Dear Congressman Abbitt

“Dear Congressman Abbitt”

Virginians and National Politics, 1948-1973

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A report from Washington regarding its concerns about the American Nazi Party. By the early 1960s, the American Nazi Party, led by George Lincoln Rockwell, had gained enough notoriety to be on the watch list of the Committee of Un-American…

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Albert Tatum wrote from Brodnax, Virginia inquired if it was a smart decision whether to join the Klan or not. Though groups such as the KKK were not incredibly prevalent in Virginia, there were still some existing members sparsely populated…

A letter inquiring about the cases of integrated schools in Washington D.C. The letter says that everyone in the author's Episcopalian diocese, except a bishop who was not from the South, showed disdain about the integration of school.

This particular immigration case dealt with a technical sergeant in the U.S. military who wished to bring his adopted son to the United States. Sergeant Thomas L. Brown was African American and his son was Japanese. This particular letter in the set…
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