William M. Seabron Papers

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Correspondence, reports, clippings, resolutions, financial reports, minutes, notes, and speeches collected by Mr. Seabron. He served as the Industrial Relations Secretary for the Minneapolis Urban League from 1944-50; from 1950-56, he was the assistant to the director of the Michigan Fair Employment Practices Commission; from 1962-65, assistant to the director of personnel in the Department of Agriculture. Since 1965 he has been a special assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture. Additional activities involve civil rights and the Pioneers Club of Detroit. Subjects include fair employment, and the Pioneers Club of Detroit. Major correspondents are John C. Dancy, Orville L. Freeman, Hubert Humphrey, and G. Mennen Williams.

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