Bolling H. Hall is the son of William Bolling Hall and Mary B. Hall, sister of Bolling Hall (1813-1897). In the letter Hall discusses his regiment's journey to its present location, giving details about the distances between points; skirmishes with...
This article describes the German ambassador's response to the news about the Lusitania; he refuses to admit that the ship was attacked by a German submarine, demanding proof about the cause of the ship's sinking.
The first passage reviews the basic terms of the federal child labor law (which had recently been declared unconstitutional) and explains the scope of this project: "Practically no attention was given in this study to the establishments to which...
Paid political advertisement for George Wallace, which appeared in the Fort Pierce Shopper. The ad features a list of Wallace's aims and attributes, each beginning with a letter of his name ("Washington is his goal"; "Alabama - proof of his...
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