In the first letter Dr. Cloud reprimands Whitfield because Tuscaloosa County has not provided enough schools for its African American children: "...you have reported 44 white schools, and only 2 colored, which is not in accordance with the school...
The song was composed "Expressly for the Hearst San Francisco Relief Fund" after the earthquake and resulting fire that occurred in the city in April 1906. Ella Wheeler Wilcox wrote the lyrics and Francesco Fanciulli wrote the music.
In the letter Bankhead discusses the "infamous interview" Tallulah gave to Gladys Hall of Motion Picture magazine, and assures her that it "will not permanently impair your standing with the public." He remarks that the incident "has shown to you...
Mary J. Biggs writes that the International Labor Defense asked her for a contribution to the Scottsboro Boys' fund. Because she did not have the money, she decided to write to Governor Miller to ask that he protect the boys.
Brochure explaining the purpose and organization of the fund: ".Governor Frank Dixon.proposed the organization of an ALABAMA WAR CHEST which would undertake to raise, through one state-wide annual appeal to citizens in every county, a fund for all...
In the letter Widener expresses her support for Judge Carter and the segregationist cause in the South. Also included are two newsletters from the "Committee of 100," a volunteer organization formed to raise money for the NAACP Legal Defense and...
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