During the Civil War, James Hall served as a captain in Company K of the 24th Alabama Infantry regiment. In the letter he discusses money he is sending home for himself and an acquaintance. A transcript is included.
In the first letter, written April 19, 1917, More tells Bankhead that citizens in River Falls support President Wilson's selective service legislation, and he suggests that most voters in Alabama feel the same way. In the second letter, written...
A resolution demanding the unconditional release and protection of the Scottsboro defendants following the March 1933 verdict in Judge Horton's Decatur court. This resolution singles Haywood Patterson's case out for special protest.
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