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A Civil Rights Power Couple

Chandra Hardy

My maternal grandparents, born in the 1920's, dedicated their lives and careers to civil rights and social justice. This publication covers 404+ years of US history, including Black and women’s history, Pan-Africanism and personal family history.

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March 2, 1944: My Grandfather Writes to My Great-Grandmother About a Visit to East Lansing, Michigan

March 2, 1944 Dear Mother, I’m writing this in a class where the lecture isn’t teaching me much. I just wanted though to tell you that Sunday I had a look at the Olds and the Porter [hotels] and would like to suggest the Porter. Because alt...

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February 29, 1944: My Grandfather Writes to My Great-Grandmother About Uncle Paul's Death & Bostonian Shoes from Army Air Force Training at Michigan State College

EAST LANSING, MICHIGAN MARCH 1, 1944 5 - PM Mrs. H.J. [Heman Judson] Pettengill 1935 Beacon St. Waban, Mass. [Massachusetts] February 29, 1944 Dear Mother, Your letter about Uncle Paul’s death came last night. Poor Aunt Peg sure needs you a...

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February 26, 1944: My Grandfather Writes to My Great-Grandmother About an Easter Visit, an Apology, Farewell to a First Love, William Fairfield Tripp III & Dates with Co-Eds at Michigan State College

February 26, 1944 Dear Mother, This has been waiting too long, as your swell letter came nearly two weeks ago with several thoughts in it for me to answer. But I’ve been pretty intent on holding down those two A’s and two B’s. And as we get...

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February 20, 1944: My Grandfather Writes to My Great-Grandparents About Uncle Frederick Steele Blackall Jr., Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Victor Herbert, Claude Debussy & Duke Ellington from Michigan

February 20, 1944 Dearest Folks, While I think of it, I don’t believe I ever told Dad, but I took care of the insurance premium alright. For Mom, I’ll write you as soon in the week as I can because I know there are several things you’re wai...

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    My maternal grandparents, born in the 1920's, dedicated their lives and careers to civil rights and social justice. more

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