A letter signed "Pio Capt. G. Thomas, State Slum Worker and County Jail Chaplain" asking the Governor to show mercy and claiming their innocence. Letter is from an African American county jail chaplain.
A letter from a "worker" to Governor Miller. The letter demands the release of the Scottsboro Boys, whom the "dirty, degenerate, capitalist class" has framed-up. The letter warns of a workers' mass movement that will overtake the ruling class, 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 the letter Wallis, a field worker for the Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, criticizes the recent activities of the Ku Klux Klan in Alabama and encourages the governor to intervene: "Alabama is getting black marks that I...
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