Denver Post article about Cordye Hall, June 4, 1979

Title

Denver Post article about Cordye Hall, June 4, 1979

Subject

Hall, Cordye; Brannin, Carl

Description

Denver Post article about Cordye Hall's and Carl Brannin's part in the anti-nuclear protest at Comanche Peak

Creator

Hall, Cordye

Date

6/4/1979

Rights

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Type

Letters
Clippings

Identifier

MSS052_newsclipping_19790604

Rights Holder

Woman's Collection, Texas Woman's University, P.O. Box 425528, Denton, TX 76204.

Text

THE DENVER POST Mon., June 4, 1979 7
[Image of Carl Brannin and Cordye Hall. Hall is holding a sign reading "STOP NUCLEAR POWER/RADIATION=CANCER"

VETERAN PROTESTERS
Ninety-year-old Carl Brannin and Cordye Hall join Saturday's anti-nuclear rally at Glen Rose, Texas, after arriving by bus from Dallas. The two, who have opposed nuclear power for several years, joined about 350 others near the Comanche Peak nuclear plant for the peaceful rally that included music and anti-nuclear speeches. It was sponsored by Armadilla Coalition of Texas.

Original Format

newspaper clipping

Files

MSS052_newsclipping_19790604.pdf

Citation

Hall, Cordye, “Denver Post article about Cordye Hall, June 4, 1979,” TWU Digital Exhibits, accessed March 23, 2023, http://exhibits.twu.edu/ex/items/show/121.

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