Rights of Residents to Outside Written and Telephone Communications

Title

Rights of Residents to Outside Written and Telephone Communications

Subject

Letter from Norman J. Taylor to James H. McClelland regarding resident access to outside communication.

Description

Letter from Norman J. Taylor to James H. McClelland criticizing Polk's practice of censoring outside mail and prohibiting residents from making or receiving telephone calls.

Creator

Norman J. Taylor

Date

1973 February 9

Coverage

Polk State School and Hospital

Files

Polk Resident Communications001.jpg
Polk Resident Communications002.jpg

Tags

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Citation

Norman J. Taylor, “Rights of Residents to Outside Written and Telephone Communications,” Archives of the Disability Advocacy Movement, accessed May 24, 2018, http://uwac.omeka.net/items/show/9.

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