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"A Pioneer in Civil Rights: Esther Brown and the South Park Desegregation Case of 1948." Kansas History 18 (Winter 1995/1996): 234-247.
"Kansas Negro Regiments in the Civil War." Kansas Historical Quarterly 20 (May 1953): 417-417.
The words of Langston Hughes, Gordon Parks, Frank Marshall Davis, and Grant Cushinberry allow the author to examine the "ambiguous and arbitrary racial atmosphere" of early twentieth-century Kansas, as well as "the persistence of Black Kansans in their efforts to survive and prevail." Tidwell, John Edgar.
Livin' the Blues: Memoirs of a Black Journalist and Poet. The autobiography of a prominent African-American journalist who grew up in Arkansas City, attended Friends University and later Kansas State. "Dreams Deferred: The Personal Narratives of Four Black Kansans." American Studies 34 (Fall 1993): 25-51.
From Brown to Bakke: The Supreme Court and School Integration, 1954-1978. Considers the legacy of Brown through subsequent segregation cases. Wilson, one of four assistants to Attorney General Harold Fatzer, was counsel for the state of Kansas in Brown.
Board of Education Revisited." University of Kansas Law Review 12 (May 1964): 507-524. Board of Education, May 1, 1981." University of Kansas Law Review 30 (Fall 1981): 15-25.