In the journal Hildreth writes about his personal life and business in New Decatur, Alabama (also known as Albany), where he worked as a printer and newspaper editor. In the entries included here, he discusses how he came to settle in New Decatur...
"Felled by the hand of a dastardly assassin, our beloved President has passed into the Great Beyond, and our Nation in in gloom...As a token of the respect in which we held him, and as a tribute to his memory, I would request that all flags in our...
The certificate is a receipt for a contribution the paper made to the Committee: "...if the people would rule their own country they must pay the expenses of electing their own public servants. Millions of dollars from trusts and special interests...
In the first letter William E. Fort, private secretary to Governor B. B. Comer, informs Hildreth that the governor has appointed him to represent Alabama at the annual convention. The other ten delegates are also listed. In the second letter W. B....
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