Microfilm Reel 231, File 152a, "Segregation"

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All the microfilm scans concerning file number 152a, "Segregation," of file number 152, "African Americans," on reel 231 from the Executive Office files of the Woodrow Wilson Papers, series 4 in the Library of Congress finding aid.

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Jersey City. N. J. Washington, D. C.

Rev. R. B. Robinson President National Co-operative Association of America Room 5- 607 La. Ave. N. W. Washington, D. C.

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2:30 Fri Mar 14 East Room

Ackgd 3/12/13

[stamp: THE WHITE HOUSE MAR 12 1913 RECEIVED]

Hon. SECRETARY TO THE PRESIDENT, White House, Washington, D.C.,

Dear Sir:-

Will you kindly inform me at your earliest opportunity the day and hour that a Committee of the NATIONAL NEGRO DEMOCRATIC LEAGUE can be received by President Wilson in a short conference, and also desiring to pay our respects as Negro Citizens of the Democratic Party, prompts this request.

Most respectfully yours, L. S. Moore Prest. N. N. Dem. League 802 "F" St., N.W.

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March 13, 1913.

[stamp: ACK'D MAR 22 1913 C.L.S.]

Mr. President:

We congratulate you for your splendid Inaugural Address. It is teeming with expressions of justice and equal rights for each and every citizen. It expresses the ideals of equal rights as conceived by the founders of our Government. Being representatives of that class of American citizens who are habitually controlled by the forms and practices of the slavery of the past, we rejoice in your grand expressions of equal rights for every citizen. We assure you, Mr. President, of our activity and help in aiding you to make those noble sentiments of justice delivered by you on March 4th, 1913, a practical realization among the citizens of our great and grand country. No citizens are more patriotic and no citizens are more true and loyal to the stars and stripes than those we represent and we will always be willing and ready with whatever power we possess to uphold the equal rights of the citizens so well announced by you.

We thank you, Mr. President, for this interview and we hope that your administration will go down in history as one of the best in the United States of America.

Respectfully, Joseph H. Stewart Secretary

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March 22, 1913

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My dear Mr. Stewart:

Allow me to thank you most sincerely for the letter of March 13th which I yesterday found upon my table. It has given me a great deal of pleasure and satisfaction.

Sincerely yours,

Mr. Joseph H. Stewart, Sec'y. National Negro Democratic League

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MOORE, L. C., Washington, D. C., April 9, 1913.

On behalf of the National Negro Democratic League endorses Emmanuel M. Hewlett for Recorder of Deeds.

See 85-A Hewlett

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