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A five-page telegram from the Mexican Consulate in Kansas City, Missouri to Governor Jonathan M. Davis in Topeka, Kansas. The consul expresses concern over a report of four Mexican boys being barred from the Major Hudson School in the Rosedale community of Kansas City, Kansas, because other students threaten to stop attending classes if the Mexican children are allowed to attend. He says a mob of two hundred children and adults shouted abusive language until a teacher, Margaret Jones, called the police. The consul asks that the governor investigate the situation.
Date: September 19, 1924
Item Number: 308698
Call Number: Governor's Office, Davis, Correspondence Files, Box 21.4, Folder 4
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 308698
Collections - State Archives - Governor's Records - Davis, Jonathan M.
Date - 1920s - 1924
Education - Segregation and desegregation
Government and Politics - Reform and Protest - Civil rights
Objects and Artifacts - Communication Artifacts - Documentary Artifact - Telegram
People - Hispanics
Places - Cities and towns - Argentine
Places - Cities and towns - Kansas City
Places - Counties - Wyandotte
Thematic Time Period - The Twenties, 1920-1929
Type of Material - Unpublished documents - Telegrams