The meeting was led by Don Hallmark and featured the following speakers: Montgomery Mayor Earl James, Dr. Henry Lyon of Highland Avenue Baptist Church, Montgomery Citizens' Council Chairman Carl Herbert Lancaster, and Alabama Attorney General...
In the message Jewett asks Pollard to inform Henry Semple that "his infant is very sick with cholera infantum." A note written on the back in pencil reads "Emily V. Semples [sic] little baby, Margaret Harris who died."
The arrival and departure dates at each location are also recorded. The list is made on Y.M.C.A. stationery; the letterhead reads "American Y.M.C.A. / U.S. Army of Occupation. / Sinzig, on the Rhine, Germany. / 167th Reg. Rainbow Div."
In the letter Pitchford mentions a plan he has developed to assist the unemployed during the winter. He has enclosed a copy of this proposal, which suggests that voters donate articles of food and clothing when they go to the polls for the November...
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