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Flemming letter to Judge Foster re: Professor Howard
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Item TitleFlemming letter to Judge Foster re: Professor Howard
Description1 p. A typed correspondence from University of Oregon President Arthur Flemming to Circuit Court Judge Charles H. Foster regarding UO Professor Howard.
Number of pages1
LC SubjectLetters
College presidents
Judges
ThemeFree Speech and Demonstration
PeopleFoster, Charles H.
Howard, John
Corporate NamesUnited States. Circuit Court (Oregon)
Place NamesEugene, Oregon
AuthorFlemming, Arthur S.
Date of Original1967-07-25
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RepositoryUniversity of Oregon Libraries - Special Collections and University Archives
Collection TitleOffice of the President Records, Arthur S. Flemming
Collection Identifier10586
Box Number1
Folder NameAcademic Freedom (1967-68)
Ambrosia Folder10586.bx1.3
TypeText;
Formatapplication/pdf
LanguageEnglish;
Additional Physical Formats Held by UOPrint version available;
PublisherUniversity of Oregon;
Digital CollectionUniversity of Oregon. Libraries. University of Oregon Office of the President
Contributing InstitutionUniversity of Oregon Libraries
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