In the letter Puryear describes a "handsome lott of Negroes" he has just received, and he asks if Dellet would be interested in purchasing any: "I am retailing them fast at $900 but if you would take largely I would afford them for something less...
In the first letter, written January 3, 1916, Mr. and Mrs. Barnes ask Bankhead not to support the proposed selective service legislation, "which the jingoes and newspapers are urging upon Congress". In the second letter, written January 6, Bankhead...
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...
The Macon County Committee was created to study the possibility of abolishing the county or redrawing its boundary. The report discusses the public hearings held during the Committee's investigation and specifically describes the presentation of C....
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