Letters, Nov. 20, 1933

Old Southern Woman

Sirs: I listened to your dramatization of the lynching of that Negro in Maryland. Now then, why not dramatize the scene of the crime? Let the world hear the piteous cries and pleadings of that poor old woman when that burly black brute attacked her and why not turn back the "March of Time" a few years and dramatize the scene of the brutal attack and murder of a young woman—the mother of little children—that occurred near Durant, Okla. That little woman was a kinswoman of mine. That was one of...

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