The Massenburg Law, 1925-26 : Virginia Segregation at the Crest
Judkins, Shirleen Teresa, Corcoran Department of History, University of Virginia
Younger, Edward, Department of History, University of Virginia
The Massenburg Bill, was specifically designed to prevent interracial audiences in Ogden Hall at Hampton Institute.This paper is the story of the origin, development and passage of the bill "The Massenburg Law." This story seeks to identify many of the almost forgotten participators such as Walter Scott Copeland, John Powell, George, Alvin Massenburg, and James Edgar Gregg, while centering the story around Hampton Institute and Ogden Hall.
MA (Master of Arts)
Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute (Va.), African Americans -- Virginia -- Education, Segregation -- Virginia
Digitization of this thesis was made possible by a generous grant from the Jefferson Trust, 2015.
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