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Correspondence from the Dean of Graduate School and Research J. W. McGrath to the Kegley Commission (officially called the University Commission to Implement a Commitment to Non-Violence) regarding a newspaper article covering the removal of the Victory Bell, dated July 6, 1970.
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McGrath, James W.
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|Subcollection||G. Dennis Cooke papers|
Commissions, Hearings, Tribunals
Reactions, Responses. Administrators
|May 4 Provenance||
May 4 Collection