Lucy Diggs Slowe (1885–1937) was the Dean of Women at Howard University, the first African American woman to hold that title. She wrote to the University of Minnesota Dean of Women, Anne Blitz, in order to ask her to find housing for the daughter of a close friend, who was African American. Her correspondence with Dean Blitz is an important statement of how racial segregation worked at the University of Minnesota and in the lives of a Dean of Women at an Historically Black College.
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