". . . Mrs. Pearlie Hardin Elloie applied for admission to the School of Social Work and Miss Barbara Marie Guillory for admission to the Graduate School.  Pursuant to the board's policy statement, Dean Walter Kindelsperger of the School of Social Work advised Mrs. Elloie that her application for admission had been found acceptable but that it was not legally possible for the university to admit Negroes.  Simultaneously, Dean Lumiansky of the Graduate School gave the same information to Miss Guillory." [1]

  1. John P. Dyer, Tulane: The Biography of a University, 1834 - 1965, Harper & Row Publishers, New York and London, 1st Ed., 1966, page 287.

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