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Title: Desegregation of Tulane University oral history interviews, 2000
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Scope and Contents: Three oral history interviews of those involved in the desegregation of Tulane University. Interviews are with Pearlie Hardin Elloie, one of the original plaintiffs in the suit to desegregate Tulane; Addison Cary, one of the first African Americans to attend Tulane University; and John P. Nelson, a prominent New Orleans civil rights lawyer who represented the plaintiffs in Guillory v. Tulane. The interviews with Elloie and Carey are transcribed, and the interview questions for Nelson are listed. There are audio recordings of the interviews with Nelson and Elloie.