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Anonymous Letter to Governor Haydon Burns Regarding Walt Disney Enterprises, 1966

Anonymous Letter to Governor Haydon Burns Regarding Walt Disney Enterprises, 1966

Date
1966-02-01
Description
Anonymous letter to Governor Haydon Burns suggesting that he look closely at the history of Walt Disney Enterprises' relationship with an entertainment venue called "Celebrities Center" in Denver, Colorado. Enclosed is a photostatic copy of part of a lease agreement containing a list of stock shares in Celebrities that were purchased by a series of buyers to make it a subsidiary of another company. The letter is signed "Dough Rae Mea."
Collection
Copy of Letter from Governor Millard Caldwell to Dr. F. D. Patterson

Copy of Letter from Governor Millard Caldwell to Dr. F. D. Patterson

Date
1946-02-14
Description
Letter from Governor Millard Caldwell to the Department of Records and Research at the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama requesting information about lynching, as well as the criteria for a lynching versus a murder.
Collection
Copy of Letter from Governor Millard Caldwell to Dr. F. D. Patterson Concerning Semantics of Lynching

Copy of Letter from Governor Millard Caldwell to Dr. F. D. Patterson Concerning Semantics of Lynching

Date
1946-03-18
Description
Copy of letter from Governor Millard Caldwell to Dr. Frederick Douglass Patterson, president of the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama, arguing the semantics on whether Jesse James Payne should legally be considered a lynch victim, as there is allegedly no solid proof that Payne was murdered by a mob.
Collection
Copy of Letter from Governor Millard Caldwell to Jessie P. Guzman Concerning the Semantics of Lynching

Copy of Letter from Governor Millard Caldwell to Jessie P. Guzman Concerning the Semantics of Lynching

Date
1946-03-06
Description
Copy of letter from Governor Millard Caldwell to Jesse P. Guzman of the Tuskegee Institute's department of Records and Research, arguing the semantics on whether Jesse James Payne should legally be considered a lynch victim, as there is allegedly no solid proof that Payne was murdered by a mob.
Collection
Copy of Letter from John Thomas Watson to Governor Millard Caldwell Regarding Lynching of Jesse James Payne, October 23, 1945

Copy of Letter from John Thomas Watson to Governor Millard Caldwell Regarding Lynching of Jesse James Payne, October 23, 1945

Date
1945-11-01
Description
Copy of letter from Attorney General John Thomas Watson giving a report on the Madison County proceedings for the lynching of Jesse James Payne. The report concludes that the sheriff was negligent in his duties and should be temporarily suspended, and that a new grand jury should be assembled.
Collection
Copy of Telegram Governor Millard Caldwell Sent to Judge R. H. Rowe Regarding Impanelling a Grand Jury to Investigate Lynching of Jesse James Payne, October 17, 1945

Copy of Telegram Governor Millard Caldwell Sent to Judge R. H. Rowe Regarding Impanelling a Grand Jury to Investigate Lynching of Jesse James Payne, October 17, 1945

Date
1945-10-17
Description
Copy of telegram sent to Judge R. H. Rowe from Governor Millard Caldwell requesting Rowe to impanel a Grand Jury in Madison County to investigate the death of Jesse James Payne and determine if the Sheriff was negligent in his duties.
Collection
Correspondence Between A. Edward Garner of New York and the Office of Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition, 1932

Correspondence Between A. Edward Garner of New York and the Office of Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition, 1932

Date
1932-04-20
Description
Letter from A. Edward Garner of New York to Governor Doyle Carlton, expressing his views on the efficacy of Prohibition and asking for a statement of the governor's views. A reply from a member of the governor's staff is included.
Collection
Correspondence Between A.D. Carmichael of Chipley and Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition Law Enforcement, 1929

Correspondence Between A.D. Carmichael of Chipley and Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition Law Enforcement, 1929

Date
1929
Description
Letter from attorney A.D. Carmichael of Chipley in Washington County to Governor Doyle Carlton, suggesting that steps be taken to move prohbition law violations out of the county courts into the circuit courts as a cost-saving measure. Governor Carlton's response is included.
Collection
Correspondence Between Antonio G. Solar and Governor Farris Bryant's Office Regarding Membership in the Cuban-American League for Freedom, December 1960-January 1961

Correspondence Between Antonio G. Solar and Governor Farris Bryant's Office Regarding Membership in the Cuban-American League for Freedom, December 1960-January 1961

Date
1960-12
Description
This correspondence consists of a letter from Antonio G. Solar of the Cuban-American League for Freedom to Governor Farris Bryant, inviting him to join the organization and receive copies of the news bulletin "Cuban Newsweek." A response from Bryant's administrative assistant, John E. Evans, is included.
Collection
Correspondence between Bernice E. Brile and Governor Millard Caldwell Concerning Lynching Case of Jesse James Payne, October, 1945

Correspondence between Bernice E. Brile and Governor Millard Caldwell Concerning Lynching Case of Jesse James Payne, October, 1945

Date
1945-10
Description
Letter from Bernice E. Brile of Fisk University inquiring about the case of Jesse James Payne and asking Governor Caldwell for details. Response from Governor Caldwell is included, where he explains the steps he has taken to attempt to bring Payne's murderers to justice.
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Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
s131_b018_f02_29Anonymous Letter to Governor Haydon Burns Regarding Walt Disney Enterprises, 1966textIndustrial relations--Government policy/fmp/governor-records/thumbnails/s131_b018_f02_29.jpg
s576_b048_f27_046Copy of Letter from Governor Millard Caldwell to Dr. F. D. PattersontextLynching
Politics and government
Race relations
Civil rights
Race discrimination
/fmp/governor-records/thumbnails/s576_b048_f27_046.jpg
s576_b048_f27_113Copy of Letter from Governor Millard Caldwell to Dr. F. D. Patterson Concerning Semantics of LynchingtextLynching
Politics and government
Race relations
Civil rights
Race discrimination
/fmp/governor-records/thumbnails/s576_b048_f27_113.jpg
s576_b048_f27_114Copy of Letter from Governor Millard Caldwell to Jessie P. Guzman Concerning the Semantics of LynchingtextLynching
Politics and government
Race relations
Civil rights
Race discrimination
/fmp/governor-records/thumbnails/s576_b048_f27_114.jpg
s576_b048_f27_130Copy of Letter from John Thomas Watson to Governor Millard Caldwell Regarding Lynching of Jesse James Payne, October 23, 1945textLynching
Murder--Investigation
Race relations
Politics and government
/fmp/governor-records/thumbnails/s576_b048_f27_130.jpg
s576_b048_f27_061Copy of Telegram Governor Millard Caldwell Sent to Judge R. H. Rowe Regarding Impanelling a Grand Jury to Investigate Lynching of Jesse James Payne, October 17, 1945textLynching
Politics and government
Race relations
Civil rights
Race discrimination
Grand jury
Criminal procedure
/fmp/governor-records/thumbnails/s576_b048_f27_061.jpg
s204_b071_f08_40Correspondence Between A. Edward Garner of New York and the Office of Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition, 1932textConstitutional amendments
Constitutional amendments--Public opinion
Prohibition
Liquor laws
Repeal of legislation
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s204_b071_f08_04Correspondence Between A.D. Carmichael of Chipley and Governor Doyle Carlton Regarding Prohibition Law Enforcement, 1929textProhibition
Liquor laws
Courts
Public opinion
Law enforcement--Cost effectiveness
Law enforcement--Costs
/fmp/governor-records/thumbnails/s204_b071_f08_04.jpg
s756_b044_f08_23Correspondence Between Antonio G. Solar and Governor Farris Bryant's Office Regarding Membership in the Cuban-American League for Freedom, December 1960-January 1961textRefugees
Newsletters
Propaganda
Relations with Latin Americans
Counterrevolutions
Anti-communist movements
Communism
/fmp/governor-records/thumbnails/s756_b044_f08_23.jpg
s576_b048_f27_085Correspondence between Bernice E. Brile and Governor Millard Caldwell Concerning Lynching Case of Jesse James Payne, October, 1945textLynching
Politics and government
Race relations
Civil rights
Race discrimination
/fmp/governor-records/thumbnails/s576_b048_f27_085.jpg