In the diary Armstrong discusses camp life and troop movements through Tennessee and Georgia; he also includes brief notes and muster rolls. He copied some entries several times, and these are intermixed with the originals.
In the letter Sanford asks that his brother-in-law be promoted and transferred out of Captain Henry Semple's artillery unit (known as Semple's Battery). Following the letter (which was copied by Semple), are notes regarding the application and a...
A letter to Judge Callahan, copied to Governor Miller, from the International Association of Projectionists and Sound Engineers in North America. They write that the "White Ruling Class of Alabama" prevents the Scottsboro Boys from having a fair...
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