Robert Gracey died in 1841. The book is divided into three sections. The first notes the payment and collection of debts from 1842 to 1845. The second section deals with the accounts of Minor and his brother John Ivey Gracey; it records the...
In the letter Minor mentions a government contract with J. E. Murrell of Mobile, authorizing an exchange of cotton to purchase nitre. Minor also commends McRae's efforts to have the Confederate government establish an armory at Selma. He explains...
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...
A letter from Socorro Rojo Internacional, Sección Salvadoreña, Comite Ejecutivo Nacional (the executive national committee of the Salvadoran branch of International Red Aid), demanding the immediate release of the Scottsboro Boys including Eugene...
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