From July 1862 to November 1863, Crenshaw Hall was adjutant of the 2nd Battalion, Hilliard's Legion. In the letter he discusses his sister's death and his deceased mother's influence on her children's spiritual lives: "We received your letter to...
In the letter Mrs. Wallace informs Bankhead that female citizens of Alabama are opposed to conscription, and she asks him to vote against the proposed selective service legislation. She argues that the proponents of the draft "show to the world...
In the letter John describes the land, climate, and people of Belgium, where he is currently stationed; commends his mother's volunteer work in the influenza ward at Camp Sheridan; explains why he has not written as often as he should; alludes to...
A letter from the mother of one of the Scottsboro Boys, Olen Montgomery, to Governor Miller. Viola Montgomery writes to Governor Miller to plead with him for a retrial for her son, as she has prayed to God, raised money, and does not know what else...
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