In the letter Woodbary expresses surprise at discovering that a fellow New Englander had also moved to the South. She writes about her difficulty in adjusting to Alabama because "the manner and customs of the people here are so different from those...
In the first letter, written September 15, 1944, Robinson comments on growing racial tension in the state and suggests that the governor call a biracial meeting to discuss the best way to deal with the situation: "I find there is a growing...
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