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!UNKNOWN LABEL

Label
1964-1978
Inclusive dates
1964-1978
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Language
eng
Summary
Papers, 1964-1978, of C. G. Gordon Moss (d. 1983) of Farmville, Virginia, consisting of correspondence, 1964-1967, with Francis Pickens Miller (1895-1978) of Washington D.C. and John B. Clinton, staff assistant to the President, concerning Miller's efforts to secure an ambassadorship, and his subsequent appointment to the American Revolution Bicentennial Commission; 23 April 1965 issue of the VIRGINIA OBSERVER (vol. 2, no. 19); correspondence, 1978, of Moss with V. C. Bozman and Julia B. Davis of Nottoway County, Virginia, concerning a program honoring Julia Davis Brown as citizen of the year; and correspondence, 1978, and member list for the Prince Edward County (Virginia) Democratic Committee
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  • Described
Biographical or historical data
C. G. Gordon Moss taught history and social studies at Longwood College beginning in 1945. By 1959, he was associate dean of the school, and appointed dean 1 December 1960. Moss was a supporter of desegregating the Prince Edward County schools in the 1950s, and worked for civil rights. He retired by 1969 and died in 1983.
Cataloging source
Vi
Form designation
Papers
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!UNKNOWN LABEL
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  • The Library of Virginia
Extent
  • 14
  • 28
Immediate source of acquisition
Easley, Ruth L.
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001529097
Type of unit
  • leaves and
  • p.

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