In this letter to his former personal secretary, Boykin thanks him for his loyalty and hard work, recalls experiences they shared, and gives news of mutual acquaintances. Lucas worked with Boykin for over fifty years.
In this letter Frank discusses business deals, politics, and the publication of his biography. Frank decided he was too busy to do anything more with the book at the time, so it was not published until 1973, four years after he died.
In this letter Frank discusses business deals, upcoming trips, and the difficulties of publishing the book. He also mentions a large collection of his papers in storage, which were later damaged by water and had to be discarded.
In the letter Crosland discusses his intention to present to the grand jury a report about the recent civil rights demonstrations in Montgomery County. He asks Strickland for evidence to support the "great many rumors about immoral acts" among the...