Bocock will furnish the land and stock, and he will advance his employees provisions each week; the freedmen will pay for their own expenses and receive one-third of the all the crops. A provision at the end of the contract (which is in a different...
In the letter Strudwick discusses family members and acquaintances; expresses remorse for encouraging some of his relatives to move to California; and complains about the improved status of African Americans (whom he refers to collectively as...
Monthly publication promoting good work ethics and better understanding between African American workers and their employers during World War II. The motto is "Serving the better interest of the Negro Worker and his Employer."
In this letter Frank tells about meeting the son of Bob's employer. Frank wants to persuade Roger Stone, whose father owns the Stone-Mann Paper Company in Mobile, to attend Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.
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