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VOL. 4, ISSUE 1 JULY 1957.pdf
The NAACP posted a $5,000 bond with the district clerk as Judge Otis T . Dunagan filed his "findings of fact and conclusion of law." The two steps were needed before the NAACP appealed to the State Court of Civil Appeals at Texarkana. Further appeal…

VOL. 3, ISSUE 12 JUNE 1957.pdf
State District Judge Otis T. Dunagan of Tyler issued an order permanently enjoining the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People from certain acts, but he did not require the group to stop operating in Texas as requested in a…

VOL. 3, ISSUE 11 MAY 1957.pdf
At Tyler, trial began April 29 in the state's effort to get a permanent injunction against the NAACP. A temporary injunction was granted last September by District Judge Otis T. Dunagan. The case originally was set for April 22. Delay was sought by…

VOL. 3, ISSUE 10 APRIL 1957.pdf
Dist. Judge Otis T. Dunagan rejected NAACP's motion to move the trial from Tyler to Dallas or Austin and set a trial for April 15 on the state's request for permanent injunction against the NAACP. At the request of former Attorney General John Ben…

VOL. 3, ISSUE 9 MARCH 1957.pdf
State District Judge Otis T. Dunagan at Tyler said his decision on the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People's motion to move the trial of the state's ouster suit from Tyler to Dallas or Austin would come in March. The…

VOL. 3, ISSUE 8 FEBRUARY 1957.pdf
Written arguments were filed in the dispute over whether the trial of the state's suit for permanent injunction against the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People would be held at Tyler or moved to another Texas city. State…

VOL. 3, ISSUE 7 JANUARY 1957.pdf
At Tyler, State District Judge Dunagan delayed until January or later his decision on the NAACP's request to have the state's ouster suit (State of Texas v. NAACP) tried at Dallas or Austin. "The NAACP does not volunteer legal aid to anyone unless…

VOL. 3, ISSUE 6 DECEMBER 1956.pdf
State District Judge Otis T. Dunagan of Tyler started hearings Dec. 3 on the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to hold the next trial of the state's ouster suit (State of Texas v. NAACP). The NAACP dropped its appeal to the…

VOL. 3, ISSUE 5 NOVEMBER 1956.pdf
Judge Dunagan issued a temporary injunction against further operation of the NAACP in Texas after a 17-day hearing, which included over a million words of testimony and more than 500 exhibits. The injunction remained in effect pending appeal.

VOL. 3, ISSUE 4 OCTOBER 1956.pdf
In Tyler, the initial highlight of the court fight was the disclosure of the NAACP contract to pay $11,500 to Heman Sweatt. District Judge Otis T. Dunagan granted a temporary restraining order/injunction against the NAACP after Attorney General…
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