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Bill Bartlett, George W. Farr, Grey and Bev Kamback
In these letters, Bill Bartlett complains about the Black history booth in front of the MSU bookstore. He says that the displays are obscene and immoral and challenges Mr. Giles. George Farr is critical of university programs and Grey and Bev Kamback inquire about marijuana recipes.
College students, Black ; College students—Social conditions ; Mississippi--Race relations ; African Americans--History
Black History; Booth; Mississippi State University; MSU; Letters; Farce; Marijuana;
Starkville (Miss.); Mississippi State (Miss.)
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