In the first letter, written January 5, 1934, Collins asks the governor to do all he can to prevent school closings; he also mentions that he has enclosed letters from his students on the subject. In the second letter, written January 6, 1934,...
The first two letters, written January 20 and 22, 1934, are from American Humane Association representatives Richard C. Craven and N. J. Walker. They inform Governor Benjamin Miller of dog fights to be held in Tuscaloosa by the American Pit Bull...
In the first letter, written January 10, 1934, Worthington explains that he would like to get work with the Civil Works Administration: "I am seventy years old, but my heath [sic] is good and I am willing to do any thing I can....I want to work as...
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