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The Klansman - 1905.jpg
An illustration of Thomas Dixon, author of "The Clansman" (1905) and Arthur I. Keller, used as the frontispiece for the same novel. "The Clansman" served as the inspiration for a later film adaptation known as "Birth of a Nation" (1915).

Three members of the Ku Klux Klan stand next to an automobile during a parade in Virginia, 1922. The parade went through counties in Northern Virginia, not far from the District of Columbia.

This article discusses the recent rise of of the Ku Klux Klan throughout the country. According to the article, prominent black leaders in Philadelphia recently received threatening letters from the white supremacist group.

Hayre, RW Collection_MS011RH009_001.jpg
A poster advertising the upcoming discourse on the Ku Klux Klan by two prominent black lawyers of the time.
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