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WICHITA, Kan. _ Notes by Thurgood Marshall as he prepared to argue the Supreme Court case that ended segregation will soon be part of the Kansas State Historical Society's archives in Topeka.
The historical society will use a $12,000 state grant to buy 77 reels of microfilm from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. The microfilm contain files from the NAACP's quest to desegregate public schools from 1913 to 1965. The records are in the NAACP's collection at the Library of Congress.
"I'm thrilled," said Pat Michaelis, director of the library and archives division of the Kansas State Historical Society.
The records are …