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NAACP 1940-55. Addenda 1910-39. General office file. Anti-lynching bill -- Illig, William, 1935-39

Publisher: Frederick, MD : University Publications of America, [198-]
Series: Papers of the NAACP., Part 7,, Series B,, Anti-lynching campaign, 1916-1950., Anti-lynching legislative and publicity files, 1916-1955 ;, reel 30, fr. 0117-0582.
Edition/Format:   Book   Microform : Microfilm : English
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Correspondence between William F. Illig, attorney, and Walter White regarding the legislative campaign against lynching. Illig was liaison for a client, Joseph James Ryan, and the files show that Ryan contributed many thousands of dollars toward the anti-lynching campaign.
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Archives
Named Person: William F Illig; Walter Francis White
Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 25480556
Notes: Title from file folder heading.
"II-L-6."
Description: on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
Series Title: Papers of the NAACP., Part 7,, Series B,, Anti-lynching campaign, 1916-1950., Anti-lynching legislative and publicity files, 1916-1955 ;, reel 30, fr. 0117-0582.
Other Titles: Anti-lynching bill -- Illig, William, 1935-39
Illig, William, 1935-39

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Correspondence between William F. Illig, attorney, and Walter White regarding the legislative campaign against lynching. Illig was liaison for a client, Joseph James Ryan, and the files show that Ryan contributed many thousands of dollars toward the anti-lynching campaign.

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