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Integration; Desegregation; African-Americans; Blacks; Little Rock (Ark.) School District; Little Rock (Ark.); William H. Townsend; Council on Community Affairs
Letter from Russell H. Matson, President of the Little Rock School Board, to Dr. William H. Townsend, President of the The Council On Community Affairs, concerning questions posed by Townsend's organization.
Silas H. Hunt Hall was originally the site of the swimming pool building. The current building was opened in July 1992 as Arkansas Student Hall. On February 6, 1993, the building was named after Silas H. Hunt. Hunt was the first African American...