The editors of Tung World printed this personal letter from Boykin in their September 1950 issue. In the letter, Boykin writes about tung oil production, industry and economy in southeastern states, and colleagues in Congress. From Tung World.
In the letter Davis criticizes segregationist policies in Alabama: "Segregation is worse than cancer, communism or letting some one slap your mother." He compares the state to a Soviet nation and also mentions pamphlets that his colleagues will be...
Frank wrote this letter to his wife and children while at work in Washington, D.C. He discusses his legislative activity, mentions notable visitors and colleagues, and explains upcoming business deals.
In this letter to President Johnson's executive assistant, Boykin discusses the recent controversy over giving presents to the president. He describes many of the unusual and extravagant gifts he has given to friends and colleagues over the years.
Much of the book is filled by visitors from Boykin's home district, but guests signed it at several significant social events as well. The pages here contain signatures of notable colleagues and acquaintances.
In the letter Johnstone describes the citizens' negative reaction to the Stamp Act and their subsequent hostility toward him. He writes to defend himself against allegations of misconduct from several of his colleagues: "It may perhaps be alleged,...
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