In the letter Washington mentions a letter from Laird and some possible publicity for the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute. He stresses the school's desire to maintain a low, positive profile: "Our settled policy is not to enter into a...
In the letter, Mrs. Neill states that "the President of the Alabama Federation of Women's Clubs has been instructed to appoint a committee to visit the mines in which convict labor is employed." She tells Mrs. Toulmin that "the visit is to be made...
In the telegram Owen explains that the governor of Alabama and the mayor of Montgomery would like for Tallulah to attend the Confederate veteran reunion on June 2. She encourages her niece to participate: "It would make good national publicity as...
Linda Watson, a teenager, asks the governor to "please write me back and say you want the BEATLES to come to Montgomery"; in a postscript she adds that "they (BEATLES) could always stay at my house." In subsequent letters Wallace and Ed Ewing,...
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