In the letter Murphy mentions that Lewis has not replied to recent correspondence regarding his appointment to the Georgia-Alabama Survey Commission. Murphy sends this message by an express messenger ("It would not be proper to abandon a matter of...
In the first letter, written June 11, 1861, Lewis explains her desire to become a nurse (preferably "without without being exposed to all those most disagreeable sights connected with a sickroom") despite the objections of her friends and family....
In the letter Taylor explains that he has just been expelled from school. Though he apologizes for this, he insists that his "demerits were caused from trifling things" and suggests that the school administrators "are trying to expell [sic] all the...
In the message Tallulah apologizes for her lack of correspondence: "Ive [sic] been so busy with the play and Equity meetings that I have not had time to write." She is referring to her work with the Actors' Equity Association.
The subcommittee was investigating the National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA; the members contacted Strickland because the Alabama Legislative Commission to Preserve the Peace had already produced a report on the Council. In the first...
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