Letter from L. A. Woods to W. J. Everitt Superintendent of Schools in Pleasanton, TX stating that no discrimination be permitted among school children. All Latin American children under the law have a right to “good school rooms, good equipment, textbooks and uncrowded situations.”
Letter to Alonso Perales from L.A. Woods which mentions the letter written to W. J. Everitt, Superintendent of Schools in Pleasanton, Texas dated October 18th. L.A. Woods believes that the school district is interested in “doing the right thing” and will “take care of the situation”.
Letter from W.J. Everitt to Superintendent L.A. Woods discussing the issue of overcrowding at the school in Pleasanton, Texas and the lack of teacher availability. Due to overcrowding in the Anglo-American classrooms and lack of teachers, the Latin American classrooms were combined. Requests advice if it is illegal to combine Latin American class rooms. Mentions the building of a separate Latin American School, which was turned down by the Latin American in the school.