In the first letter, written February 16, 1943, Finkley praises Governor Sparks for his recent pledge to treat African American citizens fairly: "As a Negro citizen...I offer my congratulations to you for your courageous and democratic pledge,...
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...
These documents belonged to Wallace's attorney, J. Kirkman Jackson, who defended him when U.S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy sought an injunction enjoining Wallace from preventing the enrollment of Vivian Malone and David McGlathery at the...
The report covers March 20 to July 18, 1972; this includes the assassination attempt in Laurel, Maryland, on May 15 and Wallace's recovery. From the preface: "The information contained in the following report was taken from the shift reports from...
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