A letter to the governor that asks him to exert his influence. They write that America would be like the Nazis of Germany or the despots of Russia if it did not ensure that everyone had a fair trial and sound evidence. They also write of a similar...
A resolution from Workers Ex-servicemen's League, Staten Island Post No. 174--a branch of an international veterans organization with ties to the Communist Party. Reacting to the Haywood Patterson verdict at the March 1933 trial in Decatur, the...
S. O. Rusby writes that it may have been better if "we had left them in Africa and have gone there to elevate them." He adds that it is everyone's responsibility "to make good citizens of these people." He also writes that the North is not...
In the letter Smith discusses two orders for pea jackets: 53 jackets for his own servants and 20 for the servants of his sister-in-law, Mrs. D. A. Hall. The heights and waist measurements of each servant are given for both orders.
In the letter Mason and Dexter describe the climate, landscape, and business opportunities of the area: "No part of the United States offers greater encouragement to the adventurer, especially the agriculturist than Alabama. The country is yet new,...
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