In the letter McKee warns the men of a new slave in Mobile who had been banished from North Carolina because of "seditious conduct" the year before: "While acting as Magistrate of Police last August my attention...was called to the circulation of...
In the letter Bankhead discusses the "infamous interview" Tallulah gave to Gladys Hall of Motion Picture magazine, and assures her that it "will not permanently impair your standing with the public." He remarks that the incident "has shown to you...
In the first letter, written August 17, 1957, Stewart praises Folsom for his recent action against Ku Klux Klan demonstrations in the state: "I truly believe that thousands of decent voters in this state have been hoping such action would be taken...
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