One of Hartshorne's men, Jack Davis, had been arrested for drunkenness and disorderly conduct by a Colonel Taylor. Hartshorne is on trial for failing to assist Taylor in the arrest; for allowing Davis to misbehave; and for rebuking Taylor for...
The first page included here discusses officers of the council and their salaries. The second page discusses the sale of lots in the "colored" cemetery and a new city ordinance that makes it unlawful to "carry on any barber business" on the...
In the first letter, written August 13, 1934, Judge Speake describes the strike at a local company, where "strikers are walking around, armed with shot-guns, pistols and rifles." He asks the governor to send the militia to help local authorities...
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