Letter to George A. Levy from George M. Sparks

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Title

Letter to George A. Levy from George M. Sparks

Description

George Sparks engages in threatening discourse with George Levy of Anderson-Clayton & Company, who rented space within the Bolling Jones Building for processing cotton. Concerned with the health and fire hazards imposed by the airborne cotton particles produced by the company, Sparks underhandedly threatens the tenants with grand juries and defaming scandal if the issues are not curbed, mentioning in typical Sparks fashion the amount of veterans, especially disabled veterans, set to attend the school in the new building.

Date

1945-12-04

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