Flier discussing the procedure for taking new patients to Bryce Hospital in Tuscaloosa. It also mentions the cost of room and board; items that are permitted ("sufficiency of comfortable clothing" and "remembrances from home") and prohibited...
In exchange for managing the plantation and slaves, Collins will receive a horse to ride about the property; housing, provisions, and a servant for his family; and $500 per year. The contract ends with the stipulation that "if he drinks any spirits...
In the letter Tutwiler declines White's the invitation to attend a prison reform conference, but she outlines eight reforms to be considered. First, she hopes that "convicts should not be employed in any occupation where loss of life is far above...
The first two letters, written January 20 and 22, 1934, are from American Humane Association representatives Richard C. Craven and N. J. Walker. They inform Governor Benjamin Miller of dog fights to be held in Tuscaloosa by the American Pit Bull...
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