In the letter Browne discusses his travels through the South, describes the economic opportunities and prices of goods in Alabama, and asks about eligible young ladies at home. He wonders why women are reluctant to move south: "Alabama is a great...
A letter to Governor Miller. L. H. Goodshaw questions the handling of the Scottsboro Boys and other prisoners in the Alabama jail system. He wonders why the guards do not do a better job of protecting them, or if they have other inmates accost...
A letter from a World War I veteran to Governor Miller. He wonders why African Americans in the United States may fight for justice but receive none at home. He asks the governor to give justice to African Americans.
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