Stone Collection: Volume 18 - Item 11
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11. H[ernando] D. Money, The Indianola, Miss., Post-Office Incident to the Race Question. Speech of Hon. H. D. Money, of Mississippi, in the Senate of the United States, Wednesday, March 18, 1903 (Washington, DC: n.p., 1905). (31 p.)
Speech arguing that President Theodore Roosevelt did not have the authority to close the post office in Indianola, Mississippi, after the black post mistress was forced to resign by the town’s white residents.