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Letter, Barnaby Keeney, President, Brown University, to George Harrar, President, Rockefeller Foundation, 18 January 1965

Brown President Barnaby Keeney described to George Harrar, President of the Rockefeller Foundation, the initial concept of a language program to address the professional language barriers facing graduates of Southern Black universities. This letter served as a precursor to the grant request to fund what became the Brown-Tougaloo Language Project.

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Created 1965-01-18 in Brown University
2 pages, 8.5x11

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Barnaby Keeney
Brown University
Providence, RI, USA

Sent to
George Harrar
111 West 50th street
New York, NY, USA

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Brown University Archives - OF-IZU-2
Brown-Tougaloo Records, Box 28, folder 14

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Record 10046
Brown University Tougaloo College STG