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

The Klan's Future in Tennessee
This bulletin announces a public meeting at Ellis Auditorium in Memphis on July 15, 1972, where the Klan's political goals will
 
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Letter

Imperial Office Newsletter
A newsletter from the national office of the United Klans of America condemns pornographic movies and encourages picketing at
 
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newsletter

Message to Our White Brothers
A satirical message, written as though it were composed by blacks, thanks whites for not joining the KKK. From the Brownsville
 
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Letter

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

Racial Mixing Cartoon
A detailed cartoon begins with children going to integrated schools and ends with a white girl marrying her black boyfriend and
 
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handout

Proposed Negro Communist State Map
This map of the South highlights those parts of the region that have the largest black population and claims that the Communist
 
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handout

Pillbox Press Memphis VA Hospital
A newsletter from the VA Hospital in Memphis lists events for the week of August 7-13, 1972, which suggests that (alias: Bob
 
August, 1972
 
newsletter

Letter from the Peabody Demonstration School
(Name Redacted) expresses appreciation to Mr. (Alias: Bob West) for agreeing to meet with students at the Peabody Demonstration
 
1973
 
Letter

Mack's Discount Salvage Store Receipt
A receipt from 1972 notes payment for night sticks, helmet liners, a large knife, and a gun rack. From the Brownsville Klan
 
Oct 27, 1972
 
receipt

Abraham Lincoln's Views on the Negro
A campaign statement in 1968, which includes two quotes from Abraham Lincoln on the need to separate black people from whites,
 
1968
 
handbill

Anti-Julian Bond Cartoon
This poster portrays Julian Bond as a primitive African native whose main interests are white women and welfare. From the
 
Jul 4, 1967
 
poster