In the letter Wright describes the landscape of France ("if you could see this country once you would never be thru telling what a beautiful place it is") and interactions with the French people ("They dress so funny and do everything in the...
A letter to Governor Miller from an attorney. Bernard Breitbart quotes, from an article in the New York Times, an anti-Semitic comment made by prosecutor Wade Wright. Breitbart writes that attorneys know trials must be impartial and that a...
A telegram from workers in Harlem signed by "Committee of Five." The telegram requests protection for Eugene Williams and Roy Wright from "lynch mobs gathering near Decatur, Alabama" before their June 22 trial in Juvenile Court as well as the...
A resolution from workers in Chicago asking for the release of Eugene Williams and Roy Wright before their June 22, 1933 Juvenile Court trial in Decatur. This is one of many similar form resolutions on this subject in the archive.
In the first letter Edwards protests the recent appearance of Ralph McGill, editor of the Atlanta Constitution, on an Auburn television station. On the program McGill criticized Alabama, "the people and their customs." Edwards also encloses a copy...
In the first letter Wright discusses integration efforts at Auburn University, pointing to liberal faculty members as culprits: "You are aware of the fact Southern institutions such as Auburn, in their frantic desire to have all employees with...
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