In the letter Johnstone describes the citizens' negative reaction to the Stamp Act and their subsequent hostility toward him. He writes to defend himself against allegations of misconduct from several of his colleagues: "It may perhaps be alleged,...
A letter from Harry Emerson Fosdick, pastor of the historic, inter-denominational Riverside Church, to Governor Miller. In the letter, Fosdick expresses concern about Scottsboro and sympathies for the interference of self-interested communist...
In the memorandum a representative from the Alabama Department of Labor gives details about the conflict and subsequent resolution. The workers were striking for shorter work days and higher pay; the Highway Department approved an increase in ...
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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