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A T LANTA FE D E R AL SAVI NGS ~um LOAN Ass o c I ATI ON
A TL,u'<TA , GE ORGIA
BILL C . WAINWRIGHT
P RES I DE N T
September 13, 1966
The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Dear Mayor Allen:
Certainly the citizens of Atlanta are proud that you are our
Mayor, I have personally heard hundreds express admiration for your performance beyond the call of duty during the
past few days. I have heard some who frankly stated they
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had never voted for you but that if they ever have another
opportunity, they will do so.
I am partially aware of the magnitude of problems we face
today, and certainly admire the way you have gone about
meeting these problems. If there is any way I may be of
help to you, please let me know .
rely,
ill C .
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�GEORGIA INTERNATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
POST O F FICE
Box 6036
ATLANTA 8 , GEORGIA
September 12, 1966
G. ALBERT LAWTON
PRESIDE NT
The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor of the City of Atlanta
City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Dear Ivan:
Sincere congratulations on your truly brave
handling of the recent riots.
You deserve the utmost credit. I am sure you
have the complete and unreserved backing of all
of the sensible people in Atlanta -- white and
colored and throughout a much wider area, probably
nationwide.
Sincerel y,
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�JOHN A.SIBLEY
ATLANTA
September 9, 1966
PERSONAL
Dear Mr. Mayor:
The late Mr. Jack Spalding often made the remark
that "blood counts". He applied this to race horses as well
as to men. Your courageous leadership and action during the
recent riot again evidences the truth of that statement.
When you met the rioters face to face and challenged their authority by saying" I am the boss here",
you set a standard that reflects great credit upon you and
your city and which will do much to put an end to the
organized lawlessness that is so prevalent on the streets
of our cities. You gave the law enforcement officers a
type of support they deserve and needed and you gave to
your citizens renewed confidence in your splendid leadership .
With kind regards and good wishes .
yours,
Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr . ,
Mayor
City of Atlanta
Atlanta , Georgia
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CONSULTING
J A N U S.
P H. D.
PS Y C H O L O G I S T
FIRST NATION A L• NORTH
AVE N UE BUILDING
ATLANTA , GEORGIA
30308
September 17, 1966
Mayor Ivan Allen
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan:
Leah and I wish to express to you our strong
conviction of the exemplary manner in which you
have guided Atlanta's destiny in the past few trying
days.
We thought we should go on record as two
appreciative citizens.
Sidney Q . Janus , Ph . D .
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PAC KA GING
ATLANTA, GEORGIA
ARTHUR L . HARRI S
VICE P RESIOE NT A ND DIR EC TOR
T HE ME"D CORPORAT ION
September 14, 1966
PERSONAL
Dear Ivan:
I can well understand the portent of the telephone conversation with
your secretary to the effect that under the existing conditions you do
not feel free to be away from Atlanta the distance of an ocean and
therefore probably will not be accompanying us for our opening in
Holland. My disappointment is a minor matter by comparison to the
seriousness of the problems that you are facing and the gravity of
your responsibilities.
Nevertheless, I am maintaining your reservations, both airplane
and hotel, so that if by some good miracle everything has quieted
down, you can still go along with us at the last minute.
It would be very remiss on my part not to tell you that you have my
wholehearted sympathy in the trials that you are undergoing and the
support of everyone that I have talked to, not the least of which is
the support of the writer. If there is anything that I can do to make
life easier, please let me know . I w ill be leaving here around Sep tember 29 and only feel badly that there seems to be so little that ··
the averag e citizen can do at a time like this to be of assistance to
you and our c ommunity.
With k indest regards ,
Ho n o rab le Ivan All e n , J r .
Mayo r o f Atlant a
Atlanta, Georgia
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FIRST NATIONAL BA:l'H( BUILDING
ATLANTA 3, GEORGIA
September 14, 1966
Dear Ivan,
This is simply to express my feeling of both
admiration and appreciation in the light of your
recent actions of courage and love for our city.
I hope that you will not again have to expose yourself to these hazards, but commend you on all that
you have done and will continue to do to make our
town a better place to live in.
I thought you might be interested in the enclosed
article appearing in the University of Pennsylvania
Gazette, July issue. It deals with the problems of
c i ties similar to ours and points the way towards
some broad avenues of solution. Seems like everyone talks about the slums, but few people know
soundly what to do about them. I am not a student
of social stu~ies, but it does seem to me that we
are treating symptoms rather than diseases .
If there is any small part in this effort in which
I may be helpful don't hesitate to call on me .
Best to Louise .
Cordially ,
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The Honorable I van Al l en, Jr.
3700 Northside Drive, N. W.
Atlanta, Georgia
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Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan,
I want to take this opportunity to congratulate
you in the way you conducted yourself during the
trouble yesterday afternoon. It really took
intestinal fortitude to do what you did and
want you to know we are a ll pulling for you and
hope that you will not have any recurrences and
trouble as you did yesterday .
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CITIZENS & SOUTHERN NATIONAL SANK BUI L D I NG
A TLANTA 3 , GEORGIA
September 7, 1966
Honorable Ivan Allen
Mayor, City of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan:
Muriel and I want you to know how proud we are
of the way you handled a very difficult and trying situation yesterday. Your personal courage,
your good judgment and your intelligent approach
to the matter reflect great credit, not only upon
our city but upon you personally. I didn't think
it was possible for you to stand higher in my estimation than you had prior to yesterday, but this
morning you are nine feet tall. I am proud to call
you my Mayor and my long time per sonal friend.
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Dear Mr. Mayor,
I admire your courage and your fortitude.
You are a great man.
With all good wishes, I am
Sincerely, your friend
The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr .
Mayor of Atlanta
City Ha ll
Atlanta, Georgia
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Atlanta, Georgia
September 6, 1966
ayor Ivan Allen
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Sir:
I am pr oud, as a citizen of Atlanta , of y our pers onal courage
and action today. It appear s not only to be a 11 hot day 11 but
rather a power struggle betwe en Black fower or wavering black
p ovrer f or ces with r esp onsible black and whd>te citizens in between.
I applaud y our courage and y ou have my support in what methods
pos sible t o discourage the irresponsible e limate , and to encourage
responsible citizens to help this wavering black power element
rea l ize that the only true progress for this ci ty, and as a
result its citizens , can be achieved through responsi ble leadership and law and order f or its citizens.
I was proud of you tonight, and of t he Atlanta Polic e Department t hose men, both black and white who were in the midst of a mob.
Yours truly,
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yc st crd Py wt s mos t " i m. r ess ivc to ~;o . It wa s. f ; r cry
fr om th .. ict urc s of _other moyoro i n tr ou ble d citi es w .o
hnv_ h~ld th ~maclv ~
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ci ty con fi nd wrys to mee t the r obl m of sl L1111- dwollcrs
rhi c h other ci t i :J h; v e f om d i n s 1rmount r' ble thus f o r .
If we do , it 1,-dll bo b c c c L~r:c of your c our ~1 ge ou~ , n d c omn~s i o ~ t 1 .~ dor~hi_ .
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th~ t c ~nc r n d uo· 1 c o 1ld mov , b:-- ck i r. to th._ city ,-r i t 1
th. ir f...m ili :3 t o b . . , rt of th~ vcti g, t;·x- oyL1g b~sc ..
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citiz s would h 1 th m f .. l ~gr. t Jr :~rt of th . ir ci ty .
M yb _ w n .d ~ S. ~1 Ali sky to t ~k th~ s otlight off of
the viol .n t-ty· . orgi'lLiz r [j ,.
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ATL-ANTA, GEORGIA 3030e
September 7, 1966
The Honorable Ivan Allen
Mayor of Atlanta
Georgia
Dear Ivan:
In the events of last evening, Atlanta joined its several
sister cities which have been scarred this summer by
violent, race-related demonstrations but its experience
was greatly mitigated by your forthright action and true
heroism in meeting those events. I must convey my sincerest admiration for your personal bravery in assuming
direct responsibility on the scene and in exposing yourself to the very real threat of personal injury. Even
more so, I must express my appreciation as a citizen
- and I am sure it is shared by most Atlanta citizens
of both races - for your devotion to the principles of
community brotherhood and order which have so long
been characteristic of our city and its government.
Please be assured of my continued confidence and support in your efforts to deal effectively with our city's
problems in race relations and elsewhere (such as our
Fire Department situation!). Again, I believe I speak
the feeling of many of my fellow citizens in voicing
my approval of your policies and actions toward furthering the progress of Atlanta.
Sincerely yours,
JCHA: jd
�MILTON WEINSTEIN
ll80 P E A C H T R EE STR EET, N .
ATLANTA, GEORGIA
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CHAIRMAN OF TUE BOARD
NATIONAL SERVICE INDUSTRIES, INC.
September 8, 1966
The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan:
I want to take this opportunity to express my feelings concerning
your action during the recent racial disturbances o I feel that you
are to be comp Iimented on the prompt decisive and courageous
manner in which you acted o
Like all other right thinking citizens, I, of course, deplore
these disturbances, but I feel we are fortunate to have a man
like you as Mayoro Indeed, you have certainly carried out
your high office in a most commendable manner.
I simply wanted to add my congratulations and commendation to
all of those I know you are receiving for a job well done in you r
excel lent hand Iing of a difficult situation, and wish you the ve ry
best of Iuck and continued success o
Sincerely,
Milton Weinstein
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A. WIGGINS
P . 0 . Box 4545
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30302
September 7, 19 6 6
The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor of Atlanta, Georgia
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
My dear Mayor Allen:
As a private citizen I want to heartily commend you upon
your handling of the recent emergency here in Atlanta . It
is this type of firm stand that will bring order out of the
present chaos and I am sure this i s the feeling of many
ot h e r c iti ze n s o f o u r c o mmu nity .
Sincerely yours ,
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ATLANTA, GEORGIA
30302
September 16, 1966
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Hon. Mayor Ivan Allen Jr.
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan:
I want to be one of your many friends who are
congratulating you on the manner in which you
have conducted yourself during Atlanta's most
crucial time in many many years.
Personally, I feel that you have shown outstanding courage and conviction at this time.
I am sure that your name is being quoted in
many other areas as doing an outstanding job
for the city and for right.
Wanted you to know how I personally feel in
this matter.
Kindest personal regards .
Yours very truly,,...
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September 16, 1966
Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Sir:
I would like to join with countless others across
our nation in commending you for your splendid leadership
that you have given the city of Atlanta during the present
racial crises. You can be ass ured of our continued prayers
and support for you as you seek creative ways to restore
harmony in our splendid city.
All of us deplore the rioting, murder, and chaos
that has been brought to the surface in recent weeks, but
it is a sense of comfort to know that the l eadership of
our city i s entrus ted to a man who is willing to f ind just
and honorable solutions to these difficulties.
0dially
Willi~l~f__.._
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ATLANTA, GEORGIA 303 0 2
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The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor of the City of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan:
Your willingness to meet issues without regard to your
well being is certainly an a c t of heroism, but it is also
a n act of judgment and counsel and I glory in your willingness to meet issues, four square.
The time has come when we in this country as well as
throughout the world will have to reali ze that the liberties
tha t we r e guaranteed to us are not the s ame a s they were
when the Found ing Fathers wrote the Declara tion of Independe nce, etc.
I t seems t o me that gr oup s now should be rep resented by s ome
he ad r ather tha n mob rule and this is wha t we have a nd whi ch
is being sanc t i oned, d i re c tl y or ind i r e ct ly , by t hose who
don 't realize the cons e quence s .
How can an individual meet mob rule when they are throwing
rocks , Mol otov cock t ails a nd any other weapon at ha nd , without regard to life, lib e rty and the pursuit o f h appi ness .
Here ' s an opportunity, Iva n , for you to b
With assura nce of my
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ATLANTA , GEORGIA
HOWARD B . .JOHNSON
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
September 7, 1966
The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor
City of Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan:
Regardless of their political leanings, I am sure all Atlantans
are today praising your courage for your participation in
yesterday's activities.
Warmest personal regards.
Sincerely,
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ATLANTA 0, GEORGIA
PRESIDENT
September7, 1966
The Honorable Ivan Allen
Mayor of Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan:
You are probably aware that I have been an admirer
of yours for many years; however, your masterful
and courageous handling of the Capitol Avenue mob
yesterday was the finest example of heroism, public
service, and stewardship that I have ever known.
I am truly proud to be a) friend.
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September 8, 1966
Dear Ivan:
Mighty p roud of you!
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City Hall
Atlanta , Geor gia
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September 7, 1966
Honor able Ivan Allen
Mayor of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan:
I hasten to express my admiration for your
courage a nd efforts in behalf of all of Atlanta
during yesterday afternoon.
All of us owe y ou
a debt of gratitude.
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The Honorable Ivan Allen,
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
September 7, 1966
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Dear Mayor Allen:
May I congratulate you on the fine manner in which you
handled the unfortunate circumstances which developed .
in the city yesterday afternoon.
Your actions were heroic and certainly were above and
beyond what might have been called for under the
circumstances. It is truly representative of the
leadership you have shown during your administration.
All of us are subjected to criticisms , and I am s ure
that in this incident, you will have your share, therefore, I just fe lt that a job so well done should be
acknowledged.
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September 16, 1966
Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
City Hall
68 Mitchell St. s. W.
Atlanta, Ga. 30303
Dear Ivan:
As I have been aware of the recent racial situation in
Atlanta I first want to say that you have gone far beyond
the call of duty in trying to help straighten things out.
In fact, you have exposed yourself too much, even though
what you have done was something that you could not avoid.
Today I was going through some old files and found the
attached copy of a story in the U. s. News & World Report
issue of August 19, 1963. Chances are you read about this
interview when it came out.
Also attached are copies of letter to me from Senator
Richard B. Russell dated August 25, 1965, letter from
Senator Herman E. Talmadge dated August 27, 1965 and
the Congressional Records dated August 5 and 16, 1965,
numbers 143 and 150.
The negro situation is bad and may not even be straightened
out but it seems to me that asking the cooperation and help
of all top grade negroes, such ass. B. Fuller, might be an
answer.
In other words, sound thinking, educated negroes
have asserted themselves in a great many instances and if
a national movement could be started calling on the negro
business man, educators, etc ., might do a lot of good.
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certainly have. a one track mind in favor of the so called
down-trodden negro but if somebody in high office, a man
like Senator Dirksen, could introduce a bill or do something
that would appeal to outstanding negro citizens- a solution
might be brought about ,-,,,
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.JACK .J . RUSHIN
3 77 TE C H WOO D
D RIV E , N.
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ATLANTA 13 , GEORGIA
Just thought I would write you this note and hope that you
will think well of it .
Sincerely,
JJR/gll
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ARCHITECTS
3166 MAPLE DRIVE, N . E .
ATLANTA, GEORGIA
30305
September 7, 1966
Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor, City of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
We have long recognized your ability in the political
and business field.
It is my personal opinion that you
alone have led our City in its greatest era of prosperity.
In view of the incident which occurred on September 6,
it was extremely gratifying and reassuring to know that our
highest elected off icial possessed the courage and determination that you displayed.
I feel that without your personal
attention, the problem could have erupted into a disaster ,
and I wish to thank you and commend you for your courageous
a c tion .
Respectfully,
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D. Hancoc~, J
�CECIL P . FLOYD. JR.
1948 SYLVAN CIRCLE . S . W .• APT. 3
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30310
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The Honorable Ivan Allen
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City Hal 1
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
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TRAMMELL McINTYRE
VICE PRESIDENT AND TREASURER
Honorable Ivan Allen, Jro
Mayor, City of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan:
I know that you have received many messages conunending
you for the courage and determination that you have shown
in handling the racial disturbances in the last few days,
and I would like to add mine to the list. Not many
people could have demonstrated this type of courage and
determination but to me, your restraint under such
circumstances was just wonderful.
If there is anything that an ordinary citizen can do
to help you please let me know.
With best personal regards and admiration, I am
Very truly yours,
'lMcl /fm
�,JAMES S. BRIGGS
3459 Stratford Rd., N.E.
Atlanta, Georgia
September 11, 1966
Mayor Ivan Allen
City of Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia
Sir:
The Atlanta Constitution of Saturd~y, September 10, 1966 carried an
article about the recent riot and included portions of a letter addressed
to you by 14 organizations stating that, in essence, the COllllilunity concensus
ought not to become arrayed against certain individuals and organizations
as a substitute for relieving the slum conditions which brought about
the riots.
It is a complete perversion and distortion of f a cts for these 14 pressure
groups to take the position that slum conditions caused the riots and
none can know better than you who were there what caused the riots.
Although not represented by any group or organization but one who continues
to believe in a government of l aws let me commend you for your statement
that these instig&tors of violence be judged by our coliU"is as law-breakers
not urban reformists.
The pea ce and tr~nquillity of our citizens take precedence over reform
and each should take its place before the bar. If violence, riet and
insurrection are excuseable and are supported by the specious reasoning
of self-appointed, not elected, or~anizbtions then to whom and to what
agency can the isola ted citizen look for protection? If a government
of laws cannot be depended upon to preserve the pea ce and tranquillity
of the community then one 11ust question its responsibility and a
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government without responsibility does not deserve the support ot" its
citizens. This, then, is anarchy.
~.y family of 5 joins me in thanking ye>u for your courageous actions
udring the riet.
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FOODS
IINC.
MAX ALTERMAN
Vice President
September 9, 1966
Mayor Ivan Allen
City of Atlanta
City Hall
68 Mitchell StG, S. W.
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mr. Mayor:
I find that I must take this time from a busy schedule
to tell you how proud I, my family and my friends were of
you on the occasion of Atlantas recent troubles.
Mr. Mayor, your display of courage and restraint were
in the highest "American Tradition". All Atlanta is proud
of you in these troubled times and wish you every success
in steering this great city down the road to understanding
and prosper i ty .
I f I , or any of my associates, here at Big Apple can
ever be of any assistance to _you, we would consider it not
only a pl easure , but also a privilege to he l p .
Most sincerely,
ALTERMAN FOODS , INC .
Max Alte r man ,
Vic e Pre s i dent
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PEACHTREE AT FIFTH STREET. N . E.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30308
BEVEL JONES. PASTOR
September 9, 1966
Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr. , Mayor,
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan:
Swamped as you are with mail, I j ust couldn •t let the
recent racial incident pass without putting in my word
of personal connnendation for your courage -- both
physical and moral -- in dealing f orthrightly and
constructively with a situation, which, without your
decisive and capable leadership could have been quite
disastrous and militated against the fine atmosphere
of race relations that prevails in our great city.
You have my prayers and offer of help in any way
possible as you seek to lead Atlanta forward.
Bevel Jones
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1439 PEACHTREE STREET, N . E .
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ATLANTA' GEORG LA
September 8, 1966
Dear Ivan:
You're my man --- all the way!
Your example of courage, dignity
and restraint the other day might well be a
model for every public official throughout
the land.
Your determination to stand firm
when firnmess was indicated, with no
compromise on the basic principles, should
be a rallying point for all who respect the
law.
A sa lute to you as an outstanding
public official and my warmest praise to you
as a friend.
Sincerely,
Mr. Ivan Allen, Jr.
Office of the Mayor
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
�HUGH DAV1S CARTER,JR.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA
September 7, 1966
Dear Ivan,
I just want to compliment you on the splendid
manner in which you handled the disturb ance
yesterday. It is indeed unfortun ate th nt we
have to experience occurances of this kind
but it is always gratifying to know that it
is in your good hands,
Sincerel y ,
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City Hall
Atlanta, Geor gia
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1589 PEACHTREE
ATLANTA 9, GEORGIA
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Mn. Ivan AU.en, · J11..
Mayon, City o 6 A:tea.nta
City Hill
Atlanta, Geong,ia
Vean Ivan:
May I add my wo11.d6 06 pll..aMe. and p!U..de. to the many you have.
aJAe.ady Jz.e.c.uve.d oOJz. youJz. WOJz.d6 and de.e.dJ.i dWUng the. u.nple.aJ.iantne.l.>.6 a new day.6 ago. The. c.ouJz.age. you ciwplayed in mingling wLth
the. mob and making youJz.-6elo a tall.get oOJz. po.6.6ible violence. to
yoUJz. pVt-60n Won the. 11.e.1.>pe& and acirruJi.a.tion On e.veJty de.c.e.nt
eilizen o-6 Atlanta. Even moJz.e. ,.s,i..gnif,ic.ant, il .6e.em.6 to me, WM
yoUJz. 1tec.ogniuon of, the f,aet that although ju-:Sti-6,iable gue.vanc.e.1.>
may be pll.e.1.>e.nt among the people. of, the. a11.ea1.i 06 oUJz. inneJt-eily
that tho.6e who weJte involved ,i..n the. ,i..neident do not tJz.uly
Jz.e.pll.e.1.> ent the eil,i..z en.6 0 f, Ailanta - ne.gJz.o OIL while.. YoUJz. c.alm
and 11.e.a1.ionablene.1.>J.i, yoUJz. Jz.e.f,u..6al to an.6WeJt hate. wLth hate. 011.
viole.nc.e. w,i;th violence .6Vtved, il .6e.em.6 to me, aJ.i a .6te.adying
in6fue.nc.e. wLthout whic.h the. ineident might have be.come. rnuc.h moJz.e.
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A-6 one. who ha1.i be.en vitally c.onc.Vtne.d wLth the. pnoblem of, good
11.elation.6 heJte. in Atlanta, M welt M one ,.sympathetic. to
the. nee.d.6, de..6,i..Jz.e.1.> and f,Jz.U.6.tJz.a;tion.6 o-6 the. /w..gJz.o c.orrmunily, I
.6-&nply want you. to know how pnoud I am of, you and to aJ.i.6UJz.e. you
that you may c.ou.nt on my c.onunu.e.d .6uppoJz.t any way that you may
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�CAFETERIA FACILITY
STATE O FFICE BUILDIN G AUTHORITY
648 STATE OFFICE BLDG.
ATLANTA 3, GA.
September 9, 1966
Dear Mayor Al len:
This is just a note to let you know someone
in Atlanta liked the action you taken Tuesday with people
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like you I admire~
�INCORPORATED
1201 PEACHTREE CENT ER TOWER
230 PEACHTREE STREET, N. W .
ATLANTA 30302
FRANK RIDLEY
V I CE PRESIDEN T
September 9, 19 66
Dear Ivan:
I have been traveling all week and just returned to
town.
Just a note to tell you I am mig hty proud of you, and
that people in Jackson ville, Brunswick, Sa vannah and
other towns I visited share my admiration.
Mayor Ivan A llen, Jr.
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
�BENJAMIN
H.
OEHLERT, JR.
P. 0. DRAWER 173 4
ATLANTA, GEORGI.A. 3030 1
September 9,1966
The Honorable
Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan:
Your courage and determination literally
electrified the nation as evidenced, among
many other things, by the attached editorial and cartoon from last night's
Washington star.
As I said in my telephone message from
Washington Wednesday morning, if there is
any way at all that I can be helpful to
you in this or any other problems, it
would be a privilege to have you call
on me .
With warmest regards, I am
sincerely ,
BHO:s
���THEODORE C. LEVITAS, D. D. S.
SUITE 131, THE BAPTIST PROFESSIONAL BUILDING
340 BOULEVARD, N. E.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30312
PRACTICE LIMITED TD DENTISTRY FDR CHILDREN
The Tenth of September
1g66 .
The Honorable I van Allen
Mayor
City of Atlanta
Atlanta , GP.orgia
Dear Mayor Allen :
My family and I would like to thank
you for your co urage , your steadfastness
and your determination to keep Atlanta the
great city it is.
Congratulations. We-and others-stand
behind you .
Si
nce~Gours
TheC ;e O. Levitas, D.D . S.
TCL:po
�500 Pl.ASAMOUR DRIVE, N. E ., A TLANTA 2 4, GEORGIA
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PRESIDENT
Septembe r 14 , 1966
Mayor Ivan Al len , J r .
City Hall
Atlant a , Ge orgia
Dear Mayor Al len:
I ' ve been thinking lately how fortuna t e
we are to have you as our Mayor and what
outstanding accomplishments you have
achieved in that position , particularly
under current conditions o f the firemen ' s
strike and race riots. Another thought
occurred to me - "why not tell him so" .
That is the purpose of this letter.
With
JDT:k
and yours,
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Cmcrn ' N.- E.
ATLA..t'\'TA , GEORGIA
30300
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97 TENTH
STREET . N . W .
ATLANTA. GA.
30309
September 7 , 1966
The Honorable Ivan Allen , Jr .
City Hall
68 Mitchell Street , S . W.
Atlanta , Georgia 30303
Dear Ivan :
I want to commend you for your efforts
yesterday on behalf of the people of our
city. A disturbance which could have
erupted into something much worse was
held to a minimum , I feel, because of
the outstanding job done by you, personally,
and by our Police Department . Might I say,
also, that the dignity with which you
handled the situation would make anyone
proud to be a citizen of Atlanta.
I personally want to urge you to continue
your efforts to quell incidents of civil
disobedience such as this.
Again , thank you for a job well done.
Sincerely,
RCA:T
�THE ROBERTS MEMOR..IA.L GLL~IC
768 JUNIPER STREET,
VERNON
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POWELL, M .
BUREN,
M.
D.
N . E,
ATLA...---TA., GA.,
D.
BYRON .J. HOFFMAN,
M.
30308
D.
.JOHN DER . SLADE , M. 0 .
~eptember 7, 1966
.JAMES K. VAN BUREN, M.D.
Mayor Ivan Allen,
City Hall,
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Major Allen:
Let me take this opportunity to tell you how proud
Atlanta, Georgia, and the entire nation should be
of you for what you did last night.
Your poise in the presence of great danger was a
great inspiration and makes us all very happy to
know that the leadership in Atlanta is captained
by one of your caliber.
My
congratulations.
EVB:C
I am proud of you!
�ADAMS-CATES COMPANY
P . O . BO X 861
ATLANTA , GE0RGIA 30301
THOMAS V. CAUBLE
E X ECUTIVE VI CE PRESIDENT
September 8th
1 9 6 6
Dear Ivan:
I was out of town when the trouble developed
Tuesday and would like to congratulate you on your
expert handling of a difficult situation.
I was in Montreal last week. The pe ople there
are s urpri singly well-informed about Atlanta. They
say their city and ours are great because they have
grea t Mayors. Theirs, whom y ou may know, is Jean Drapeau .
Best regards.
The Hon. Ivan Allen
Mayor , City of At lanta
6 8 Mi tche ll St r ee t, S . W.
Atlanta, Ge or gia 30303
�135 LITTLE ,JOHN TRAJL,N.
E.
ATLANTA 9, GEORGIA
September 14, 1966
Mayor I van Allen, Jr.
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
Our entire family wishes to thank you for the courageous
and forthright manner in which you have led the city,
collectively and personally, in counteracting the riotous
behavior of these irresponsible individuals. Apparently
this organization wants all the opportunities and
benefits of work without producing a thing, other than
destroying what so many of us ha ve worked years to create .
If there is anything that we can do to help you in any
manner, please let us know.
MBR/hk
�ROBERT AND COMPANY ASSOCIATES
ufrchil ects and ©n3ineers
96 POPLAR ST., ATLA.l"\TTA, GEORGIA 30303
�SAM ADAMS DORSEY
1801 PEACHTREE ROAD , N. E .
ATLANTA 9 , GEORGIA
September 9,1966
Dear Ivan,
When I passed the time of day with you on the
C & Scorner the other day, I never dreamed you would
be embroiled in a riot in Atlanta that afternoon.
An angry mob, incited as they were, is very terrifying and it did take great courage for you voluntarily
to engage personally in quelling it. The purpose of
this letter is simply to let you know that I am proud
of you and proud to know you.
I van, you get 1ots of
advice and suggestions from everybody, most all of
whom are much smarter and better informed than I am.
Some fifteen years ago when you considered running for
governor, I did suggest that it was a mi stake to stand
11 four
square on the county unit system 11 •
Now I can 1 t refrain f r om suggesting that it is a
mistake to try to prosecute Carmichael and 11 put him
away 11 for a number of years . At this time you are
riding the crest of the wave. The negroes themselves
are undercutting Carmichael. Every time he opens his
mouth you go further ahead and he loses more. Every think is going for you.
I would surmise that the case
against Carmichael is , to say the least , nebulous but
win or lose the case , prosecuting him is , I believe ,
bound to bring some sympathy . Why make a martyr out
of him? Someone else will take his place and jailing
him won't r eally r esolve the big issue . This is really
not intended as advice but simply my reaction as an
admittedly uninfo rme d and unofficial observer .
You are a great man.
Best re ga rds ,
I'
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EDWA RDS
THE DARLINGTON, A P A RTMENT 11 0 5
2025 PEA CH T REE R O A D , N. E .
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TELEPHONE S2S•S533
AREA CODE 404
OFFICE OF THE PRESIDEN,
September 9, 1966
The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor, City of Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan:
Just a brief persona I note to tell you how much we respect and
admire you for your handling of some very difficult problems
just recentlyo In my opinion, there are very few men who have
the ability, courage, wisdom, and strength to perform as
magnificently as you dido
We are indebted to you, and please accept my expression of
gratitude and sincere appreciation. With kindest regards,
Sincerely,
JHP/adb
�AGNES SCOTT COLLEGE
DECATUR , GE ORGI.A .30030
OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
September 9, 1966
Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
My dear Ivan:
This brief note is written to tell you that Madelaine and
I have been very proud of you throughout your term of service,
but never more so than lately. Your strength and fairness during the firemen's strikes and your magnificent courage in the
racial difficulty have given tone to the whole community. Be
assured that we think Atlanta has a great mayor!
It is with a sense of pride that we claim you, not only
as our friend but as a valued trustee of Agnes Scott.
With every good wish, I am




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Wallace M. Alston
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�1146 SHERIDAN ROAD, N. E.
J\tlimta, ®eo-rght 30324
ALLEN T. NEWBY
September 9, 1966
MINISTER
Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
I want to join other citizens of the metropolitan
area in thanking you for the great courage and
restraint you have demonstrated in handling the
racia l difficulties in Atlanta this week. None
of us can possible estimate the contribution you
have made and are making to the peace and safety
of all of us. You have set an example for those
in high office all over this nation.
May God continue to bless you as you face the
difficult days ahead.
ATN/ db
�2317 Shasta Way, N. E.
Atlanta, Georgia
30329
September 9, 1966
Dear Mr. Mayor:
You have made me and all of your friends
e x tremely proud of the masterful way in which you have
handled our r ecent racial troubles.
Especially do I admire your fortitude in
personally involving yourself in the disturbance and even
more especi a l l y f or the act i on which you t ook against t h e
leader of this plot.
Yo u conti n u e to h a v e my every good wish a s
you so ably carr y out the du ties o f your office.
S in cere l y an d co r d ia l ly,
Irwin A. We b b
Mayor Ivan Allen
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
�RICHARD
C.
FREEMAN
1116 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG.
ATLANTA 3 , GEORGIA
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Georgia
My
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Congratulations on the rare personal courage which you
displayed during the race riot last Tuesday. Your conduct
during this crisis certainly serves as an inspiration to
all Atlanta's citizens and especially to the leadership
and law enforcement groups. At such a dangerous t:ime we
are most fortunate to have a mayor who is not afraid, and
I am proud of you.
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F ULTON N ATIONAL BANK B U ILD I N G
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September 9, 1966
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Mayor
City Ha ll
Atlanta, Georg ia
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I have never been prouder of you and
Atlanta than during the l a st week. Your handling
o f the problem was ma g ni f icent statesmanlike.
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a ll of Atlanta .
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