In the first letter Mrs. Ligon offers to sell her house to the state of Alabama, in order for it to become the next governor's mansion. Lyerly acknowledges receipt of her letter. A commission appointed by the state legislature later purchased the...
These documents belonged to Wallace's attorney, J. Kirkman Jackson, who defended him when U.S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy sought an injunction enjoining Wallace from preventing the enrollment of Vivian Malone and David McGlathery at the...
Leaflet promoting George Wallace in the 1970 gubernatorial campaign. It lists "Seven Proven Reasons Why Wallace Can Do More for You as Governor!" These include his experience, leadership and motivation; plans to continue his wife's programs ("which...
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