Series 1
Correspondence, 1875-1924
Box 1; OP 1

Box Folder Content
1 70 Baugh, Margaret, correspondence regarding her family's involvement in the foundation of the Ku Klux Klan in Pulaski, Tennessee, 1939 and 1953
1 1 "Capitol City," Klan No. 81, Austin, Texas (Knights of the Ku Klux Klan) Letter from J. D. Copeland (Kligraph), March 10, 1924, announcing a meeting. Membership application; on reverse is page 6 of a handwritten account of a trial related to a fire at a mill [this document may be associated with the Capitol City Klan]
OP1 5 KKKs of Augusta, Georgia, letter to "the members and friends of Glen Mary Church," circa September 1875. The letter threatens reprisals against congregants if they do not stop "guarding the roads" and holding "night meetings." Also included is a response from James B. Hayes in defense of the church and its members, dated September 6, 1875.
1 65 Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Atlanta, Georgia, letters to O.W. Pride and Sadie McGonnigal threatening the couple to end their affair "or the Ku Klux Klan will," undated
1 2 Memphis Klan No. 3 (Knights of the Ku Klux Klan), August 27 1923, letter from J. R. Taylor announcing meeting at which officers will be nominated