Memo listing distribution numbers for the Bill Smith Letters and stating that the newsletters should be distributed to white employees only.

Title

Memo listing distribution numbers for the Bill Smith Letters and stating that the newsletters should be distributed to white employees only.

Description

Memo to a company receiving copies of a Bill Smith Letter about distributing the letters to only white employees, May 15, 1944

Creator

Louis Edward Faulkner (1883-1961)

Source

L.E. Faulkner Papers, M22, Historical Manuscripts, Special Collections, The University of Southern Mississippi Libraries

Publisher

Louis Edward Faulkner (1883-1961)

Date

15 May 1944

Rights

Copyright not evaluated.

Language

En

Type

Text

Original Format

Paper

Files

Typed document  in black ink on onion skin paper. the memo reads. <br />
<br />
Hattiesburg, Mississippi<br />
May 15, 1944<br />
<br />
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 />
<br />
I am sending you under separate cover several copies of Bill Smith’s letters number four.<br />
<br />
Will you please place a copy of this pamphlet in the hands of the white employees in your respective departments.<br />
<br />
Mr. Green will please furnish copies to the engineers and firemen.<br />
<br />
Stamped in red ink reads copy signed L. E. Faulkner

Citation

Louis Edward Faulkner (1883-1961), “Memo listing distribution numbers for the Bill Smith Letters and stating that the newsletters should be distributed to white employees only.,” Online Exhibits at Southern Miss, accessed July 17, 2024, https://usmspecialcollections.omeka.net/items/show/133.

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