In the letter the men describe the "widespread unemployment and great misery" affecting the citizens of the state, and they complain that the legislature is not discussing any programs to meet the needs of the poor ("All the so called economy...
A form resolution signed by Unemployed Councils, Branch 1, identifying itself as a "Local Anti-Fascist Conference" on December 10, 1933. The resolution heeds the "call of the I.L.D." in protesting the "outrageous procedure and conduct of the...
In the letter Patterson acknowledges receipt of money Craig sent, and he explains that he has mailed literature and a "Remember Little Rock" rubber stamp to two of Craig's acquaintances. A sample of the stamp is shown on the page.
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