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A History of the Klan
A hand-written summary of the Klan's founding in Pulaski, Tennessee, after the Civil War. Its founders are described as

The True Story of the Ku Klux Klan
This four page tract, claiming to reveal the true history of the KKK, traces the roots of the Klan to the dawn of civilization

Women's Ku Klux Klan
This memo argues that The Women of the KKK are a completely separate organization from the Knights of the KKK. The two are
typed document

UKA Is a Gentile Organization
A typewritten document stating the principals and goals of the UKA, possible localized for this specific Klan group. From the

Membership Interest Card
This enrollment form for the United Klans of America encourages white protestant gentiles to join to maintain segregation and

Handwritten List of events
A handwritten list of dates, places (Maryville, Milan and Memphis) and events, on UKA stationery. From the Brownsville Klan

The Pursuit of Happiness
This scribbled note on UKA stationery, probably prepared for a speech, contains a few general comments about liberty and some
handwritten notes

Facts are Facts
A statement presented as a fact sheet claims that blacks make up 10% of the U.S. population but are responsible for 91% of

Day Nursery
This hand-written note describes a day care center where a black teacher enrolls one black student with a few whites in order to

Mid-South School of Anti-Communism
This brochure announces an anti-communist crusade to be held each evening during the week of April 25-29, 1966, in Memphis and

UKA Intelligence Report
Most of this five page report on the American Civil Liberties Union was borrowed from the right wing magazine, Common Sense.

UKA Rally Flyer
Flyer for a rally in Dyersburg.