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Robert Edward Lee Collection (SMC 9)


Biographical Note

The subject of this collection is variously referred to as Robert G. Lee and Robert Edward Lee in World War I military records. He was from Athens, Alabama in Limestone County, but is not otherwise identified.

Scope and Content

There are 11 photocopied items including:

Front and back of the draft card of Robert G. Lee

Discharge from Draft notice for Robert Edward Lee, dated 1919

Letter from the Exalted Cyclops of the Ku Klux Klan, n.d.

Letter from the Exalted Cyclops of the Abraham Lincoln Klan No. 100, Realm of Alabama, March 18, 1926

Questionnaire from the office of Bert E. Thomas, Great Titan Province No. 1, Realm of Alabama, n.d.

Dues Notice for $1.25 from the E. C. (Exalted Cyclops), March 23, 1926

Night Letter addressed to G. W. Portwood of Albany, Alabama, n.d.

Envelope addressed to P.O. Box 1846, Birmingham, Alabama, n.d.

Long envelope addressed Personal to Mr. George W. Portwood, n.d.

A poem titled Do It Now, n.d.

An anti-Catholic leaflet titled, Do You Know: 15 Statements Concerning Roman Catholic Power, n.d.

1910s-1920s 1 folder

Permission to Publish

Permission to publish material from the Robert Edward Lee Collectionmust be obtained from the Columbus State University Archives at Columbus State University. Use of the following credit line for publication or exhibit is required:

Robert Edward Lee Collection (SMC 9)
Columbus State University Archives
Columbus, Georgia


Provenance

There is a note to indicate that this material came from another collection in the Archives, but does not say which one.