Lingo served as director of the Alabama Department of Public Safety from 1963 to 1965. In the letter he discusses the book Jones is writing about the governor, which blames Lingo for the violence that occurred in Selma on March 7: "You know as well...
In the letter McRae explains that he will not return to the United States now that the war has ended: "Brother John continues to urge me to come back, but it is useless. I could not do so if I would & I would not if I could. There are reasons which...
The transaction seems to be between Thomas Dugan and Joseph Rivers. In the first letter Dugan writes James W. Goodman of Claiborne, Alabama, asking him to sue Rivers and recover one of the slaves. The statement is signed by all men involved in the...
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