In the first letter, written May 13, 1932, Sterne suggests that "there is no form of relief through public works so quick or that will mean so large a percentage of disbursements for labor as road building." He has noticed that pending legislation...
In the first letter, written September 18, 1934, Darby describes the effect of the current national textile strike on his company. Armed strikers have been threatening employees, so the mill has been shut down. He asks the state to intercede since...
In the message Patterson discusses the Freedom Riders who have entered North Carolina, expressing support and sympathy: "I wish to advise you that the people of this state view with alarm the invasion of your state by outside rabble rousers and law...
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