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UKA Rally Flyer
Flyer for a rally in Dyersburg.
 
 
 
 

UKA Meeting Flyer
Flyer for a meeting of the Klan at the Claridge Hotel in Memphis.?
 
 
 
 

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

Memo on Klan Traditions
This three page document is drawn from Klan resolutions and outline the central traditions of the Klan: Christianity, preserving
 
n/a
 
Document

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
 
 
 
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
 
 
 
document

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

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

Meeting Minutes from December 12, 1966
These minutes of a meeting of Klavern 10 on December 12, 1966, with six members present, focus on the definition of a quorum and
 
Dec 12, 1966
 
document

Personal Notes
This handwritten note, probably prepared for a speech, contains a few general comments about liberty, education and some folksy
 
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document

An Anti-Communist Speech
These hand-written notes were prepared for a public meeting. The author stresses the threat of communism in a changing world,
 
1964
 
document

(Alias: Justiceville) Profiles
This little notebook lists addresses of blacks who live on (alias: Justiceville) Road, a rural road where blacks own most of the
 
1967
 
document