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A letter from a member of UCCR, United Citizens for Constitutional Rights, group to Louise Day Hicks about the grim condition of anti-busing group efforts in Fayetteville, North Carolina. The member writes that the group disbanded and needed ROAR to…

A letter from a resident of Las Vegas, Nevada, asking to join ROAR in their fight for anti-busing. The resident writes that the people of Las Vegas are apathetic to the busing problem in their neighborhoods, and this resident wants to help ROAR…

A two page letter from a resident of Phoenix, Arizona praising Louise Day Hicks and donating money for a "Funds for Boston" campaign.

A letter from a retired couple from Florida desiring to send a check to the ROAR organization and to praise the work done by Louise Day Hicks.

A resident Catholic Priest of Chesterfield, Missouri, writing to Louise Day Hicks about his support for ROAR and anti-busing. The resident also requests any "literature" or published material on ROAR and their actions.

A "Top Secret" First Draft of proposed structured guidelines for ROAR (Restore Our Alienated Rights). This 8-page packet includes ideas for conducting the executive board of ROAR.

A list of the high, middle, elementary, and postgraduate schools within the 10th district in the Boston public school system.

A newspaper clipping from an article about ROAR's "March on Washington" in 1975. The clipping, found in the Louise Day Hicks papers at Boston City Archives, states that ROAR marched to demand a constitutional amendment to block school busing.

A fact sheet for parents of Boston provided by the West Roxbury Information Center. This fact sheet is particularly on information for summer activities.

The outline of the city of Boston of the new districts as set fourth in the State Plan.
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