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Cover of a folded map with white and black lettering on a red background. Symbols for Nazism, Fascism, and Communism are found in addition to the following text. <br />
The Fifth<br />
Column<br />
Conspiracy<br />
in<br />
America<br />
Authentic<br />
Map and <br />
Directory<br />
Price twenty-five cents
The fifth column conspiracy in America authentic map and directory. A map of communist, Nazi, and Fascist headquarters in the United States, compiled and edited by Joseph P. Kamp and A. Cloyd Gill in 1941.

Typed document  in black ink on onion skin paper. the memo reads. <br />
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Hattiesburg, Mississippi<br />
May 15, 1944<br />
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Mr. EHLERS 19 copies<br />
Mr. ringgold 22 copies<br />
Mr. Fields six copies<br />
Mr. Burns 55 copies<br />
mr. Morris 28 copies<br />
Mr. Green 73 copies<br />
Mr. Fox 4 copies<br />
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I am sending you under separate cover several copies of Bill Smith’s letters number four.<br />
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Will you please place a copy of this pamphlet in the hands of the white employees in your respective departments.<br />
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Mr. Green will please furnish copies to the engineers and firemen.<br />
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Stamped in red ink reads copy signed L. E. Faulkner
Memo to a company receiving copies of a Bill Smith Letter about distributing the letters to only white employees, May 15, 1944

Invoice on Mississippi Central railroad company letterhead. Form 64 5 AM four Dash 43 catching Natchez Mississippi central railroad company Natchez route Hattiesburg Mississippi April 20, 1940 for our W Fox purchasing agent order number 51574 requisition number RWF Ladimir printing company Hattiesburg Mississippi please ship the following to Mississippi central railroad company RW Fox, purchasing agent Hattiesburg Mississippi<br />
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Mail invoices in triplicate and original bill of lading or express receipt direct to purchase agent quoting above order number address all communications concerning this order to the purchasing agent.<br />
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Mark on your bill and each package the order number and number of person to whom shipped right is reserve to cancel this order if not shipped promptly no charge for package or drayage will be allowed express charges will not be paid by this company unless shipment is ordered by express all timbers and lumber brought subject to our inspection either at point of delivery to this line or at destination as may be arranged rejected material is subject to immediate disposition of shipper at regular freight rates if disposition is not properly furnished no further care will be given such material<br />
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Quantity 20,000 description Bill Smith letters in titled Bill Smith and free enterprise to be printed in folder form 17“ x 11“ and folder two 8 1/2“ x 11“ letter number four for records<br />
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Kylie acknowledge receipt and advise when shipment will be made yours truly copy signed r W Fox purchasing agent
Invoice for printing 20,000 copies of Bill Smith Letter 4 on Mississippi Central letterhead, April 20, 1944

Flyer from the first Patriotic American Youth conference.<br />
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First annual convention patriotic American youth [patriotic misspelled on flyer] hotel Heidelberg Jackson Mississippi March 23 24th 1962 Friday, March 23 3 PM opening session 8 PM address Dr. George Benson President Harding College<br />
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    Saturday, March 24 high school and college discussion group<br />
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    Films: Latvia my Latvia, two Berlins, operation abolition<br />
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    Banquet Saturday night speaker Charles W Wiley, news columnist author and lecturer. New York City<br />
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    Dance free on student badge key notes orchestra fun for everybody
Flyer for the March 23-24, 1962, Patriotic American Youth convention held in Jackson, Mississippi, at the Hotel Heidelberg. This was the first conference held by the organization.

Cover of the program for the June 9-15, 1974 patriotic American youth conference. Also called the All-American forum V, the conference was held at the university of southern Mississippi. <br />
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    In the center of the page is a photograph of an older man and surrounding him are emblems from the US Army, FBI, Air Force, Navy, National Guard, and Marine Corp. Below the picture is "Our Internal Security" with a Patriotic American Youth emblem.
Program for the All American Forum V entitled "Our Internal Security," presented by the Patriotic American Youth at the University of Southern Mississippi on 9-15 June 1974.

Broadside with red and blue banners on the rights and left of the page. In red lettering at the top of the page is Patriotic American youth purposes and policy. Below that reads<br />
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To have an organization of young people who are primarily interested in maintaining the form of government as conceived by our forefathers and set forth in the constitution of the United States of America.<br />
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To provide document reports from security sources that will instruct the youth of our nation on the current dangers that threaten our local state and national governments.<br />
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To develop our students into informed and active leaders who will be able to give other students and the public the truth regarding the communist conspiracy to dominate the world.<br />
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To encourage students to become informed and interested in the field of government administration to those who desire to enter that feel professionally special attention and assistance is given.<br />
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We propose to expose the truth about communism it’s history background purposes and fallacies.<br />
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PAY is wholly non-partisan and will take no part in the promotion or the cause of any political party or any candidate for public office.<br />
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It is our sincere desire to place emphasis upon patriotism and loyalty to our country. To demonstrate that our form of government and our way of life with the freedoms of religion speech press etc. so far excel over the Soviet way that no true comparison can be made.<br />
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To explain and teach the free enterprise system and its contributions to the American people the system must be understood and maintained if America is to stay free.<br />
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To emphasize more fully our belief in God to maintain our right to home ownership and to continue our form of constitutional government.
This broadside explains the beliefs and work of the Patriotic American Youth.

Schedule for the state convention for patriotic American youth. It was held March 22 and 23rd, 1963 at the hotel Heidelberg in Jackson, Mississippi.<br />
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Friday, March 22<br />
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3 PM to 7:30 PM registration<br />
7:30 PM General assembly, mr. Charles Blackwell, chairman, executive committee, presiding<br />
Prayer Reverend Glenn Majure, Chaplin<br />
Pledge of allegiance Miss Judy moon, soloist<br />
Welcome address Judge Henry Lee Rodgers<br />
Message from president, college division Mr. Stephen Beech, I I I<br />
Message from president, high school division Mr. Boyd Gatlin<br />
Solo Miss Judy moon<br />
Address: America’s future in youths business by the Honorable Vaughan Watkins, immediate past president, Mississippi economic Council<br />
Closing prayer Reverend Glenn majure<br />
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Saturday, March 23<br />
8:30 AM to 9 AM model program – the American form of government, Forrest high school<br />
9 AM to 10:30 AM buzz sessions<br />
10:30 AM to 10:45 AM Coke break<br />
10:45 AM to 11 AM General assembly announcements<br />
11 AM to 11:30 AM youth speaks live TV panel-university team. subject: Americas internal and external  threat of communism.<br />
11:30 AM to 1:30 PM lunch<br />
1:30 PM to 2:10 PM model program – our knowledge of our enemy – university of southern Mississippi<br />
2:10 PM to 3:45 PM buzz sessions<br />
3:45 PM to 4 PM Coke break<br />
4 PM elections – college division, high school division, state executive committee.<br />
7 PM to 9 PM banquet – ToastMaster, Farmer Jim Neil, speaker Mr. Jim files, entertainer, Miss Mississippi Miss Charlotte Ann Carroll<br />
9 PM until till – dance<br />
Come - fun for all!!!
Schedule of the state convention of the Patriotic American Youth held on 22-23 March 1963 in Jackson, Mississippi.
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