Race & Racism at the University of Richmond

Letter from C.J. Gray to Milbourne F. Hull

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Letter from C.J. Gray to Milbourne F. Hull

Description

This letter from C.J. Gray, Dean of Administrative Services, is to Mr. Milbourne F. Hull, a Higher Education Program Specialist from the Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW), Region III, writing to express his apologies for the tragic death of Cornelius Tarplee, Hull’s colleague who had recently died en route to conduct a compliance review at the University. After acknowledging how persistent Hull was in determining what happened to Tarplee, Gray goes on to say that despite the unfortunate death, his visit with Hull was very beneficial and pleasant. Gray then states that he has sent Hull the “marked catalogues and the materials on placement showing some of the companies (all equal opportunity employers) that send personal recruiters” as well as the short update that was sent to the Afro-American, a Richmond African-American newspaper, discussing the advertisements, news stories concerning events, courses, and programs that were all featured in the Afro-American.

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Letter from C.J Gray to Milbourne F. Hull 19 January 1970, RG 6.2.5 Box 25 Folder 3, University Archives, Virginia Baptist Historical Society.

Date

1970-01-19

Language

English

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UA6.2.5.25.3-19700119.pdf

Coverage

Richmond (Va).

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Gray, C.J, “Letter from C.J. Gray to Milbourne F. Hull,” Race & Racism at the University of Richmond, accessed July 16, 2018, http://memory.richmond.edu/items/show/2268.