Papers 1939-1964.


Papers 1939-1964.

Dilliard University graduate, principal of American Missionary Association's Fessenden Academy, executive secretary of Los Angeles County Committee on Human Relations, president of the National Association of Intergroup Relations Officers (now the National Association of Human Rights Workers) deputy director of Federal Model Cities Administration, vice president of U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Includes correspondence, reports, bulletins, pamphlets, invitations, announcements, photographs, clippings, contracts, lists, press releases, biographical sheets. Important correspondents include Fredrick L. Brownlee, and Ruth Morton.

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Franklin David Murphy was born in Kansas City, MO, Jan. 29, 1916; AB, Univ. of Kansas (1936) and MD, Univ. of PA, (1941); instructor (1946-48), Dean of the School of Medicine (1948-51), and Chancellor (1951-60) at the Univ. of Kansas; Chancellor at the Univ. of CA, Los Angeles, 1960-68; joined the Times Mirror Company as Chairman of the Board and CEO (1968) and became Chairman of the Executive Committee (1981-86); active in philanthropic, cultural, scientific, and financial organizations and rec...