Pierson ends the statement with a note to his wife in Pontiac, Michigan: "I send you Winstons [sic] Horse that he used to Rout [sic] his negroes in the morning they are now working for the price of liberty and do not Require driving."
A letter from a student of criminology to the governor. Eloise Lawrence writes that she hopes some of the funding for institutions of punishment could be better used for education in matters of "social intelligence." She hopes that in the future...
In this letter to the president's special assistant, Boykin asks O'Brien to meet with a group of industrialists who are planning a project in Maryland and Virginia. When he sent this letter, Boykin enclosed a copy of a similar message written to...
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