Browse Items (33 total)

T100257a.pdf
Writing in regards to Chicago Race riots
TI00257a

L011320.pdf
Writing in concern over unequal death penalty policy
LO11320

TI00256.pdf
Requesting help to stop lynching.
TI00256

T100163.pdf
Writing in regard to 11 men being sentenced to death in riots in Phillip County, Arkansas.
TI00163

T100162.pdf
Writing to ask Congress to investigate the race riots in Helena, Arkansas.
TI00162a

T100160.pdf
Writing in regards to the execution of blacks in Arkansas race riots.
TI00160

PI080118b.pdf
African-American press' reaction to Wilson's denouncement of mob violence.
PI080118b

T100158.pdf
Letter to Wilson regarding the lynching of 3 Montgomery, AL prisoners.
TI00158

L081219.pdf
Requesting President use his influence to obtain fair and just treatment "for the race of which we are a part" after recent race riots.
LO81219

T100157.pdf
Asking President to exercise his authority to enforce the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments to the Constitution and stamp out lynching.
TI00157

T100156.pdf
A war mother writes to Woodrow Wilson about soldiers who were killed by police when they returned home and about "the negro question."
TI00156

T100255c.pdf
Informing Skinner that the subject of mob violence which he raised in a letter to the President falls within the jurisdiction of the states.
TI00255A

TI00255.pdf
Asking the President for help with mob violence, segregation, and lynching.
TI00255

T100152.pdf
Resolutions against lynching.
TI00152

TI00254.pdf
Committee of the First Congregational Church of Atlanta asks that lynching be made a federal crime.
TI00254

T100253c.pdf
Newspaper clipping about a mob that attempted to break into a jail in Winston Salem, N.C. in order to lynch a negro prisoner.
TI00253c

T100253a.pdf
Requesting the President to intervene to put an end to mob violence against the Negro race.
TI00253

T100151.pdf
Lynchings in Georgia, Alabama, and North Carolina
TI00151

T100150.pdf
Appeal for lynching to be made a federal crime.
TI00150

L081918A.pdf
Enclosing Official Bulletin from July 26, 1918 containing the President's statement on mob action.
LO81918A

L081918.pdf
Requesting a copy of the President's address "on sanity and patriotism" so he can print it as a public document.
LO81918

T100148.pdf
Requesting publication of the President's recent speech on mob violence so it might be distributed throughout the country.
TI00148

PI080118a.jpg
Asking for the reaction of the "colored newspapers" to Wilson's speech on mob violence.
PI080118a

T100147.pdf
Press release including text of letter from Woodrow Wilson to Emmett J. Scott expressing Wilson's pleasure with recent black editor's conference.
TI00147

T100146.pdf
President of League of American Patriots of Henry County believes they prevented possible pro-German mob violence.
TI00146
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