NAACP veterans affairs. G.I. benefits, 1944-49 [microform].
- Frederick, MD : University Publications of America, [1989?]
- Physical Description:
- on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
- Additional Creators:
- Dedmon, Jesse O. and National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Veterans Affairs Department
- Papers of the NAACP. Part 9, Discrimination in the U.S. Armed Forces, 1918-1955. Series C, The Veterans Affairs Committee, 1940-1950 ; reel 8, fr. 0332-0878
- 1945-June 1946 -- July 1946-1949 -- VA explanations, 1948 -- Hospitalization requests, "A"-"W", 1944-48.
- Inquiries from black veterans as to whether they qualify for various federal benefits, including loans for education, farms, small businesses, and housing, as well as job training or preferential job treatment. Jesse O. Dedmon, the secretary for veterans affairs, provides advice and referrals to the correspondents.
- Related Titles:
- G.I. benefits, 1944-49.
- "Group II, Box G-11"--Guide.
Title from file folder heading.
Guides to some parts of the Papers of the NAACP collection are available online.
- Binding notes:
- E185.5.N276A2 pt.9 1918-55 ser.C r.08 c.1 (Microfilm, Microfiche, etc.) bound in NAACP veterans affairs. General correspondence, 1943-1950 [microform]
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