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  • Tags: Busing for school integration

DI-1096_ref.pdf
This information was obtained from the 1950, 1960, and 1970 Census of Population and Housing and the First Count Summary Tape. It identifies absolute change in 1950-60 and 1960 and 1960-70 as well as identifies the non-white population in each…

DI-1095_ref.pdf
This census identifies the African-American population in each district and categorizes heads of household.

DI-1091_ref.pdf
Notes from a phone call between John Joseph Moakley and Attorney General Edward H. Levi urging him to "file an amicus curiae brief in support of a review of the Boston desegregation case."

DI-1089_ref.pdf
Letter from John Joseph Moakley to U.S. Attorney General Edward H. Levi asking to conduct a review of federal court busing orders.

DI-1123_ref.pdf
Article quotes a letter to the Tribune editor from Congressman John Dingell describing John Joseph Moakley's votes in Congress against busing.

DI-1117_ref_redacted.pdf
Correspondence between Joe Moakley and constituent regarding displeasure with Judge Garrity's decision about forced busing. Also included is news clippings from the New York Times "White Pupils' Roll Drop A Third in Boston" from 15 December, 1975.…

DI-1116_ref_redacted.pdf
Correspondence regarding Judge Garrity's order to have Headmaster Bill Reid transferred. Please note that the Archives has redacted personal information such as names and street addresses from this document.

DI-1115_ref_redacted.pdf
Please note that the Archives has redacted personal information such as names and street addresses from this document.

DI-1114_ref_redacted.pdf
Please note that the Archives has redacted personal information such as names and street addresses from this document.

DI-1113_ref_redacted.pdf
Please note that the Archives has redacted personal information such as names and street addresses from this document.

DI-1112_ref_redacted.pdf
Includes handwritten letter to Moakley from constituent, carbon copy of Moakley's response, and attached news clipping from The Banner. Please note that the Archives has redacted personal information such as names and street addresses from this…

DI-1111_ref_redacted.pdf
Correspondence from resident in Roslindale regarding busing. Moakley's response describes his 1974 work on the constitutional amendment and his introduction of related bills in 1975. Please note that the Archives has redacted personal information…

DI-1110_redacted_ref.pdf
Original telegram from constituent asking Joe Moakley to make his anti-busing stand public. Please note that the Archives has redacted personal information such as names and street addresses from this document.

DI-1109_redacted_ref.pdf
Original telegram from constituent and carbon copy of Joe Moakley's response regarding recent police activity in South Boston. Moakley mentions his communication with Commissioner DiGrazia about the issue. Please note that the Archives has redacted…

DI-1108_redacted_ref.pdf
Original telegram from constituent and carbon copy of Joe Moakley's response regarding recent police activity in South Boston. Moakley mentions his communication with Commissioner DiGrazia about the issue. Please note that the Archives has redacted…

DI-1107_redacted_ref.pdf
Telegram from constituent to Joe Moakley telling Moakley to come back to Boston. Please note that the Archives has redacted personal information such as names and street addresses from this document.

oh-075_transcript.pdf
Congressman Barney Frank, who has served the Fourth District of Massachusetts since 1981, discusses his early interactions with Congressman Moakley and his own entrance into politics. Frank also describes Boston’s busing crisis; Moakley’s leadership…
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