Letter from Henry H. Arrington to Paul Whelehon about P. Ballantine & Sons Employment of Negroes

Abstract

The letter references letters between Arrington and John Farrell, regarding the employment of a Negro representative. Mr. Kiah Sayles, a representative of P. Ballantine & Sons, explained that P. Ballantine & Sons was the first company to hire Negro models which elevated Negroes in executive positions. Sayles went on to explain the liberal hiring policy of Coyle Beverage, a distributor of P. Ballantine and Sons.

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Letter from Henry H. Arrington to Paul Whelehon about P. Ballantine & Sons Employment of Negroes
Thursday, January 12, 1967
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