The first item is a letter from Senator Buford, in which he discusses sectional division over the issues of territorial expansion and slavery; he suggests a convention of the Southern states to address the "impending results of the northern...
The ASCU was established by the Communist Party in 1931, and most of its members were African Americans. The letters are from L. N. Duncan, director of the Alabama Cooperative Extension Service, and Bradford Knapp, president of Auburn University....
In a letter written February 23, 1934, Eva Comer Riding asks Hopkins for more funds from the Civil Works Administration, in order to complete the substantial work that has already been done at the school. Riding, daughter of former Governor Braxton...
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