In this letter to his son, Frank puts Jack in charge of settling the titles on a large piece of property owned by the family. He writes that he is proud of his sons and wants them to handle the financial and legal details of his personal business.
Anonymous flier listing domestic, political, commercial, and moral reasons to oppose women's suffrage. The underlying message is the same throughout the thirteen points: "The contentment of the men is necessary to the welfare of the country," but...
In the report the principal explains the activities and success of the school, mentioning specific programs, events, and statistics. He also discusses the purpose for the institution and stresses the need for similar educational opportunities for...
Leaflet addressed to Democrats in Dallas County, Alabama, urging them to vote for the "good and true men" of the party, who will not resort to illegal methods to gain political power: "They will tell you, that when bad men are elected to office,...
In the letter Strudwick discusses family members and acquaintances; expresses remorse for encouraging some of his relatives to move to California; and complains about the improved status of African Americans (whom he refers to collectively as...
During the Civil War, Alex served in the 2nd and 3rd Alabama Cavalry. In the letter he discusses mutual acquaintances; "recruit furloughs" obtained by several men ("he puts in a recruit and gets 40 days more"); rumors of enemy troop movements; a...
Brochure promoting George Wallace in the 1970 gubernatorial campaign. It focuses on his commitment to the "working people" and his cooperation with organized labor: "Wallace is first with labor because Wallace puts labor first!"
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