In the letter Howard discusses the political scene in the state and country, with emphasis on competition among the Democratic, Whig, and Know-Nothing parties: "In these days of 'Know Nothing' delusions the confidence between man and man is so...
In the letter Oliver discusses politics and recommends Bolling Hall for a seat in the U.S. Congress: "Instead of the bloody battle field with gallant leaders to marshal our host, we must take the halls where state craft and political intrigue will...
In the first letter, written September 6, 1944, Craft complains about African American passengers on city buses in Mobile: "A condition has been in effect here in Mobile since the War began...of some of the drivers of the City Lines allowing the...
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