Correspondence between Louise Day Hicks, Boston City Councilor, and Judge W. Arthur Garrity, 1974 August-October
- Correspondence between Louise Day Hicks, Boston City Councilor, and Judge W. Arthur Garrity, 1974 August-October
Correspondence includes a letter from Louise Day Hicks to Judge W. Arthur Garrity concerning the rise of crime in Boston and ensuring the safety of children amid busing; a crime statistics report prepared by Boston City Council from the first half of 1974; a response from Judge W. Garrity emphasizing that city and state officials work to reduce risks; and a reply from Louise Day Hicks asking Judge Garrity to reconsider his busing decision.
- Hicks, Louise Day, 1916-2003
- Garrity, W. Arthur (Wendell Arthur), 1920-1999
August 21, 1974
- University of Massachusetts Boston, Joseph P. Healey Library
- Collection (local):
W. Arthur Garrity, Jr.: Chambers papers on the Boston Schools Desegregation Case, 1972-1997
Series L: Politicians: Letters, Speeches, etc., 1974-1985
Segregation in education--Massachusetts--Boston--History
Busing for school integration--Massachusetts--Boston--History
Hicks, Louise Day, 1916-2003
Garrity, W. Arthur (Wendell Arthur), 1920-1999
- 4 p. ; 8.5 x 11 in. (21.59 x 27.94 cm.)
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