In the letter Poinsett maintains the importance of Indian removal in Alabama, and he assures Clay that the War Department "will leave no necessary means untried, to effect so important an object." In the meantime, "the inhabitants of that section...
In the first letter, written April 29, 1935, Mrs. M. M. Lewis applies for electrification at her farm; she believes that "there will be a sufficient number of subscribers to justify a line along this route." In the second letter, written May 1,...
In the telegram, sent May 21, 1935, Hovater asks how to "organize rural lines." In the letter, written May 22, 1935, Persons explains that the Authority is awaiting instructions from the national organization before it begins any projects; in the...
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