KU KLUX KLAN: At Klansas Sity

Men began to drift into Kansas City, Mo. Women began to drift in. So did children. The men were Knights; the women were their wives; the children were their offspring. They had come for the Second National Imperial Klonvocation of the Invisible Empire of the Ku Klux Klan. It was said that there were 2,000 men and 3,000 concomitants present.

An Imperial Klonvocation, according to the Klan constitution, is the "sole legislative body" of the order. It meets biennially. The delegates consist of the Grand Dragon (Governor)...

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