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TROUTMAN , SAMS,SCHRODER & LOCKERMAN
1600 W ILLIA M-O LI VER BUILDING
DAN MACDOUGALD (•ee3-L Q S3)
HENRY B. TROUTMAN
ROBERT S . SAMS
WILLIAM H . SCHRODER
A LLEN E . LOCKERMAN
T .M. SMITH
HENRY B . TROUTMAN , JR .
T . M.SMITH , JR .
TENCH C.COXE
HAROLD C. M~KENZIE,.JR.
ROBERT L . PENNINGTON
MILTON A . CARLTON, .JR.
GERALD P . THURMOND
JOHN D . M4=LANAHAN
W IL L I AM H. SCHRODER, JR .
ATLANTA , GEORGIA 30303
TELEPH ON E
September 8, 1966
JACKSON 2-7480
AR E A CODE 404
CABLE A D DR ESS
MAESTRO A TLANTA
Hono Ivan Allen, Jro
Mayor, City of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Dear Ivan:
Congratulations on your courageous
handling of the inexcusable demonstration last
Tuesdayo
You would be amazed at the number of
people who have expressed to me their admiration
of your courage.,
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OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
September 7 , 1966
POST OFFICE BOX 4358
ATLANTA 2,GEORGIA
TELEPHONE 767-74 11
AREA CODE 404
Honorable I van Allen
3700 Northside Drive, N. W.
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor:
J ust a short note to tell you that my
associates who saw or read aoout your actions yesterday join me in congratulating and thanking you for
the outstanding courage demonstrated by you.
You stood ten feet tall in our eyes and
we are all very pruud of you , because of your devotion
and courage beyond the call of duty.
Sincerely,
Carl J . Reith
CJR:wc
�GEORGE
S.
CRAFT
P . 0. Box 4418
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30302
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ATLANTA,GA.30325
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Sept. 8, 1966
Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.,
City Hall,
Atlanta, Gao
Dear Ivan:
Having now been a citizen of Atlanta for almost twenty years,
I felt sure that the national groups which are interested in accomplishing
their own aims with no respect for law and order could not effectuate
a riot in this city.
I have been greatly disappointed that you had to
face the disturbances caused by just a few radicals which tends to overthrow all the fine work that has been done in the negro cormnunity.
Your handling of the problem Tuesday could not have been better.
We all realize that you acoamplished by your own actions the only possible
physical control of the rioters to prevent another "Watts"o Your action
will stand in my memory as an act far beyond the call of duty but, I am
sure no one can describe what your duty or mine is in such a caseo
We all appreciate your fine handling of the situation.
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JOSEPH A. LOGAN
1819 PEACHTREE ROAD,
N. E.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30309
September 9, 1966
Dear Mayor Allen,
Though I have not in the past agreed with
many of your political stands, I hasten at this time
to extend to you my sincere appreciation for your
extremely courageous and dedicated behavior during
the awful hours of the riot on Tuesday evening.
Without the le a d ership which you e xhibite d,
tha t t erri fy ing s ituation could and probably would
have resulted in a much greater tragedy.
You have the heart-felt gratitude of my
f amily a nd me.
Honorable Ivan Allen
Mayor of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
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I want to tell you how much I appreciate your very
fine efforts in handling t he r a ce troubles this week .
I think ev ery citizen i n Atlan t a and the country should
b e proud of you and your leve l headed approach to the
problem •
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RETAIL PROPERTY
You have shown people that leadership of the right kind
can result in quelling disturbances of t his nature .
It is unfortunate that a very few radicals can cause
so much strife . So many people blame the entire ne gro
race for the actions of a very small minority , who live
by stirring up strife .
Again congratulation to you on s uch a fine job. It is
rewar ding to be a citizen of a city where we have this
kind of leadership •
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Meml,er Atlanta Real Estate Board
�Atlanta Biltmore
Atl ant a , Georgi a
September 8 , 1966
Dear Mr . Mayor:
I do not want the sun to go down this
day without my express i ng to y ou the profound
admiration I have f or the manner i n whi ch
you met Wednesday ' s u p- he v a l.
Surely you must be aware by now of the
war m outpouring t hat your conduct has brought
forth f rom the public . Thi s was s o evident
a t the Fulton County Democra tic dinner l as t
night t hat I wi shed you too could have been
ther e to see and feel it .
In g r a titude,
Sincerel y ,
The Honor able Ivan Allen , Mayor
City Hall
Atlanta , Georgia
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A. SIEGEL
2783 WYNGATE ROAD. N. W.

ATLANTA 5. GEORGIA
September 8, 19 66
Dear Ivan:
All of us w ho enjoy the be nef it of your leadership in
the City of At lanta should expre ss our inde btednes s
to you for the courageous action you took during the
disturbance on Tuesday evening.
I am just real proud that I know you! You have
certainly done a wonderful job this w eek a nd w e
ha ve e very re as on to be proud of the leaders hip in
our community. I wanted you to know it and I
wq:nted to congratulate you. Thank you so much.
Be st regards .
RAS/ jm
Mayor Iva n Alle n
City Ha ll
Atlanta , Ge org ia
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ATLANTA, GA . 30303
September 7, 1966
Mr. Ivan Allen, Jr.
3700 Northside Drive, N. W.
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Dear Ivan,
I just wanted to take a moment to congratulate you
on the masterful way in which you handled the most trying
situation on Tuesday, September 6th.
I feel the courage
you displayed should have a deterring effect upon further
troubles. It made me proud of y ou as the Mayor of Atlanta
and of Atlanta, itself. Congratulations !
Yours sinc erel y,
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N. Barnard Murphy, Jr .
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ASSOC I A TES
MINER L . RICHARDS
ENGLI S H THORNWELL
JAMES 0 . F'ATTERSON
DAVID M . WILDS
FRANCES SULLIVAN
CAROLINE SELDEN
ATLANTA 3, GEORGIA
September 9, 1966
The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan:
Congratulations on the outstanding leadership you displayed
during the recent disturbance. You made me proud of you and
of our fine city.
Be st r e g ards.
Sinc e r e ly,
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ATLANTA , GEORGIA 30332
OFFICE OF
THE VICE PRESIDENT
FO R A C A DE M IC A FFA I R S
September 9, 1966
The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor
City of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
A new measure of excellence was established yesterday through your
firm, courageous, and fair handling of the disturbances in the Stadium area.
Thank you, Mr. Mayor, for showing Atlanta and the entire country what
true, responsible leadership is. Atlanta's greatness is in good hands.
f e~y,./ ~
E. A. Trabant
Vice President for
Academic Affairs
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OFFICE JACKSON 2-9322
Inman :f)ark methodist (thurch
1015 EDGEWOOD AVENUE, N . E .
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30307
September 9, 1966.
Mayor Ivan Allen, J r. ,
The City Hall
Atlanta , Ga .
Dear Mr . Mayor,
As one of the ministers of the city of Atlanta,
let me congr atulate you on your forthrightness and courage
i m meeting t he situati on that arose in the Capitol Avenue Ormond Street are a on Tuesday afternoon this week . Ther e i s
just no excuse for s uch r ioting as was precipitated by the
"Snick" leadership.
I have s omet imes wondered if policemen are not
t oo quick to use their guns, which was t he excuse used in thi s
. inst ance . And I have not al ways been i n agreement with certain
stands t hat you have t aken wit h r espect to our city. But I
have appreciated t he manner in whic h all along you have tried
to work t o help the Negr o peopl eo We need courageous l eadership in this f i el d, and you have shown courage again and again.
You certainl y acte d with c ourage last Tuesday o
I commend you from the bottom of my heart ..about that. The
reluctance of the white mind to welcome a new day in race
relationships is deplorable, and l ays itsel f l iable to just such
as the radical leadership perpetrated on l ast Tuesday.
But we don ' t need the Stokely Carmichaels and
those of his ilk who foster such actions and attitudes. They
do not help the Negro. They hurt him.
Thank you, Mayor Allen, that you moved unhesitatingly and with such courage to t ry to halt an angry situation.
We sincerely hope that we may have no more of what Mr .
Carmichael and his gang stirred up that afternoon.
Gratefully and cordially yours,
tif4
L. F. VanLandingham, Pastor
Inman Park Methodist Church
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CHAS. H. SMITH, Y.-Pres.
Phone JAckson 2-4270
REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY
710 ATLAN TA FEDE RA L SAYINGS BUILDING
22 MAR IETTA STREET, N. W.
ATLANTA 3, GA.
Sep tember 9, 1966
Honorabl e Ivan Al l en, J r.
Mayor, City of At l anta
Ci ty Hal l
Atlanta, Ge or gia 30303
Dear Ivan:
Shor t l y after you be came our mayor, we recall t he tra gic
event t ha t caused you t o set a s id e your own personal grief and
f eel i ng s of loss and f ly oversea s to a ttend t o the busine ss of
be i ng Mayor of Atlan ta. Therefore we wer e not at a ll surpr is ed,
but merely pr oud when you again were f ound attend i ng to the job
a s Mayor during t he race melee the other ni ght. This time you
a cted without regard t o your personal sa fety and s e curity .
Many of us wondered what our pa r t s s hould have been in
this , Ivan , but , not knowi ng, had to a llow you to take the fie l d
alone i n defence of the name and good repu t a t i on of our great
city . Your pre s ence at the site until there was no further cause
for fear allowed the rest of us to accept the situation with confidence that what did result would result - the law supported and
order restored .
We want you t o convey our thanks t o our fine police
force who themselves could have been more secure in failing to
retain constant control of the many and varied facets of such a
situation. We all glorit~and are proud of the many compliments
now given to you and them by su ch national figures as the Vice
Pre sident.
If in any of the worki ngs t hat will be required to prevent
the influence of SNCC from again being effective in our city, please
d o not hesi tate to call upon me in whatever fas hion you think I
might be able to serve.
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Charles H. Smith
�WILLIAM C . BARTHOLOMAY
ATLA N T A
STADIUM
A TL A NTA, GEORG IA 3 031 2
September 8, 1966
Personal & Confidential
Dear Ivan:
I just want to tell you how proud I am in regard to the
magnificent manner in which you handled developments
this week. For goodness sakes though don't take unnecessary personal risks since we live in a rather crazy
world and anything could happen.
With best regards.
4·u)
Cordially,
Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
(Dictated by phone)
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ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303
THE REVEREND SAMUEL W. WILLIAMS
PASTO R
R E S I D E N C E
CHURCH OFFICE , MURRAY 8-0206
PLAZA 5-2·3 52
September 8 , 1966
Honor able Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor , City of At lanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Dear Mayor Allen:
The members of Friendshi p Baptist Church in regular business
se ssi on on Wedne sday night, Sept ember 7 , 1966 , unanimously
voted to express t o you their deep and sincere appre ciati on
for the courageous leadership you gave the city in t he crisi s
it faced on Tuesday. We join other responsible citizens in
deploring violence and all efforts on the part of any person
or group of persons deliberate l y to stir up troubl e . As a
congregation we stand for the order and progre ss of our city.
We l ook with di sfavor, however, upon those continuing conditions whose existence provide the breeding grounds for disorder. This people committed as we are to the Judeo-Christian way of life pledge our full support to you and ot hers
who will work to make this city a just one. Atlant a can become truly great with all of us sharing in the effort to
make her so.
By
order of the church,
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(Mrs.) Leila M. Terr{ '
Church Clerk
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- The Rev. Dr. Samuel
Pastor
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ATLANTA , GEORGIA 30303
MAILING ADDRESS
PRESIDENT
JACKSON 4-8617
POST OFFICE BOX 1095
A TL AN T A, GEORGIA .30301
September 9, 1966
The Honorable Ivan Al len,Jr.
Mayor of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
My dear I van:
Mildred and I h ave just returned from a vacation
trip up in Northern Michigan.
We we re saddened by the unpl easantness here in
Atlan t a, but were tr emendously and favorably impressed with the excellent and precise manner in
which you handled the situation.
It was our impr ess i on that the na tional media -press, television, and radio -- dealt ve r y kindly
with the magnificent manner in which you handled
the situation.
We were proud of you, my friend; very proud of
you.
Mos~
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81 5 SIXTEENTH STREET. N .W .
WASHINGTON 6, D. C . NATIONAL 8 -3870
September 7, 1966
The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor, City of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
I would like to add my thanks for the outstanding job which
you did last night in frustrating the so-called riot put on
by agent provocateurs. It is apparent that a strenuous
effort was made to inflame the race issue in erder to influence the upcoming primary. We are all in your debt.
Very warm personal regards.
E.T. Kehrer, Southern Area Directo r
AFL-CI0 Civil Rights Department
Suite 1422
40 Marietta Street, N. w.
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
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September
14 , 1966
The Honorab l e Iv an Allen, Jr.,
City Ha ll
At lanta, Ge o r g ia
Dear Mayor Al l en :
I want to cong ratulate you on your br avery and
self-sac rifice in preserving our good city and it ' s
citizens.
Our Company has had deal ings with Union labor
for many years and we have us ed a p l an t hat has worked
nicely and we have been strike free for ov er 50 years.
I will be g l ad to t a l k t o you ab out this matt er
i f you think it mig ht be of any help.
I pl an to be out of the city next week but I wi ll
be availab l e the rest of this week or the week af t er
next.
With kindest pers on a l re g ards, I am
Sincerely yours
JJP:P
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ATTORNEY AT LAW
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522-2322
1600 F i rst Federal Building
Atlanta, G eo rgia 30303
September 15,
1966
Mayor Iva n Allen
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
My dear I van:
It may not be too lat e to mention your prais eworthy actions on
the evening of Tuesday, S eptember 6th. Certainly you showed a
full measure of personal courage.
Please let me offer to you the
following three wor ds of T e renc e :
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Highest personal regards.
Hope to see you soon,
Julian S .
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Carr
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285 Marietta St., N . W .
P. 0 . Box 4628
525-3871
Atlanta, Georgia 30302
September 15, 1966
The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Dear Mr. Mayor:
I have not been able to move about in recent days because of a visit to the hospital. One advantage of a restriction of this sort is that a person watches more
television and listens to the radio more. The result in my case was that I heard
a great deal more news than I would have otherwise. This came at the time we
had the unfortunate incident on Capitol Avenue and Ormond Street, and later
Boulevard and North Avenue. In my opinion, you did a great job as Mayor of
the City, in keeping the situation under the best possible control. I thought
the Police Department also did a fine job.
It is impossible for a city to provide the needs of all the unfortunate; but it is
not impossible for a city to work toward the improvement of living conditions,
and the economic opportunities of its citizens. One of the encouraging things
to me that came out of these explosive and delicate moments was your continued
recognition of the fact that termination of the demonstrations and the unrest did
not mean that the problems which motivated the demonstrators had been solved.
It seems to me clear that we should continue to analyze conditions and the causes
of racial strife, with the hope that government officials, business leaders , and
the leaders of the Negro community will do whatever can be done to eliminate
the conditions that gen erate the strife. I will help in any way I can by offering
some of my time and some of my money.
Clely
With best personal wishes, I am
yours,
Pol~
Pr e s i dent
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September 15, 1966
PERSONAL
Chief Herbert Jenkins
Atlanta Police Department
175 Decatur Street, S. E.
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Chief Jenkins:
Surely the Police Department is being subjected to very difficult
times and circumstances. It has been said that with the charges
of "police brutality" and various other pressures the morale of
your men cannot help but suffer .
For whatever it i worth, most citizens of Atlanta very much
appreciate the fine job you and your men are doing and I would
feel personally remiss if I didn ' t pass along this sincere commendation for the way in which they have carried out their duties.
E. D. Lord
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�FULTON GOUNTY, GEORGIA
COUNTY A DMINI ST RA TI ON BUILDING
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303
ALAN F. KIEPPER
COU NTY MANAGER
TELEPHONE 572 - 2907
September 14, 19 66
AREA CODE 404
Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
City of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Dear Mayor Allen:
Thank you for inviting Edith and me to participate in
the dinner given by you and Mrs. Allen to honor
the Atlanta Falcons last Thursday evening. It was
a very delightful occasion. We enjoyed it very
much. We appreciate your warm hospitality.
Your actions in recent weeks regarding the firemen's
strike and the recent disturbances near the Stadium
have been exemplary. There is no substitute for
dedicated, capable political leadership. W e are
extre me ly proud of you for your courage and determination during these difficult days. Please accept
my hea rt-felt thanks. If there is anything we can
do to be of assistance to you, please call me.
Chairman Archie Linds ey ha s indicated _his full s upport
of your actions.
an F. Kie pper
County Manager
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September 14, 1966
PERSONAL
The Hono Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor, City of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
My dear Ivan:
Along with every other citizen of this great city, I have
been moved by your display of heroism, courage, and judgment
during these trying days.
Thank you for what you are doing.
Please don't expose yourself.
Cordially,
George E. Manners
Dean
School of Business Administration
GEM:mjl
�September 12, 1966
For Pulse @f t h e Pub l i c
tla nta Consti tution
At l anta, Georgie
AT
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Mayor Ivan Allen understanos the true meaning of " emerganoy"
as being a time to emer ero
Every emergency is like a knife -
i f it is
pieked up by t be bl ade it wi ll hurt , but if t he nknifen is picked up by
t h e handle it can be of servioe o
The mayor has a .strong hand -
an intelligent head and an understan ding heart -
by
that hes
u.uicle.d
icke
u
Atla nta's current racial emerg ency by the hendle to serve the en tire oity .
Ivan
llen eom'b ines from Margaret M1tbl.ell 9 s "Gene W th The
Windn charac ters the di gn i fied refinement of an Ashl ey Wi l k e s ~ the
n ly courage of a Rhett But ler.
From a fuller quotation by Ernest Dowson ,
i ncl udi ng Miss Mitch ell's famo us title, is :
11
1 have forg ot much, CynaraJ gone wit h the wi nd,
Flung ro s es, roses riotously with the throng . "
Ma yor Allen ha s flun g roses of words end deeds -
order of al l
afforJ_t o
in t he
ast week's throng .
t l e.nta o 1t 1zens.
He ha s t he re s eot a nd admira.tion
Atlant a now is no Sc a r le tt O' Ha ra who c an
ut off' t h i nking about
tr ul y lead i n
frag en.t of law and
rob l ems until t om or r ow .
The mayor i a
t he way on a t od a y ba s i s.
I n any
r aise of At l e nt~, Mayor Allen is t he ma j or a s s e t!
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the M.ay or make on Television earlier t his afterno on that _was on
T. V, in Tampa, Fla. Stated t o me , that i n his opinion Mayor Allen
was avery fine f ellow and that he a greed and supp or ted bis views
one hundre d perc ent on the recent problems that he has been faced
with an d he only re gretted that he c oul d not be he r e to shake his
han d personally and a sk t hat I shake his hand f or him ,
Mr White is a na tive of I nf i e ld N. C., and i s work i ng at pr e sent
in Tampa . I assured him t ha t his compliments and a l s o his int e r e st
was ppre c iated , and that s a i d me ssage woul d be delive r e d to Mayor
Al len ,
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September 9, 1966
Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor, City of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
Your courageous conduct and levelheaded method
of handling the recent racial disturbances in Atlanta
merits the commendation of the citizens of Atlanta.
Leadership such as yours makes me proud to be
a citizen of Atlanta.
JKH : bsw
�W. H. LEWIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
913 GRANT BLDG .
PHONE WALNU T 7299
A T LANTA , GA .
Sept. 12, 1966
Mr. Ivan Allen, Jr., Mayor,
City Hall,
Atlanta, Ga.
Dear Mr. Allen: Mrs. Lewis and I wish t o c ommend and congr atul ate
you for your t olerance and wisdom in handling the race conflicts
here in Atlanta .
In such a time as this Atlanta is standing before the
world and judgme nts will be made for or a gainst our City
depending on the solution of thi s situation.
Our prayers are with you.
Sincerely y ours, . ;J
Thos L Lewis
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Mr . George W,. Boutwell
347 6 Devinn y Circle #4
Atlanta, Georgi
30319
Dear M r . Boutwell :
During th difficult days, it is gratifying to have
your mesaag of confidence and encoUl'age:ment.
With appreciation, I m
Sincerely.
Ivan All n, Jr.
Mayor
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George W. Boutwell
3476 Devinney Cir #4
Atlanta1 Ga. 30319
457-066G
Ivan Allen, Mayor
Mayor of Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mr. Allen,
I would like to volenteer my services on the police
force during the present and any future c~1s1s that
we have here in Atlanta. I am not enough of a man
to do you any good in times of trouble, but I will
be glad to do things like directing traffic and anything that will relieve a capable man.
If I can ever be of service, please feel free to call
on me. I am J4 •and in fairly good health, but I have
not had the training to be a permanent policeman nor
do I ha ve the desire to become one. I feel that it is
the duty of all citizens to offer th tr services.
My address is above along with my telephone number.
I get off from work at J:JO PM, but I can get off at
any time for a crisis. Once again, please feel free
to call on me.
Sincerely Yours,
George W. Boutwell
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Residential D i vision
September 12 , 1966
Honorable Mayor Ivan Allen
Mayor of At lant a
City Hall
Atlanta , Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
May I take this opportunity to state that in the last few days,
your attitudes and a ctions have made many a Southerner raise
his chin a little higher, and take great pride in his heritage.
As an Atlantian , your stern , firm but fair action has me walking
about 11 eleven feet tall".
Best Personal Regards,
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Hon. Iva n Allen, Jr.,
Mayor of Atlanta,
City Ha.11
Atlanta, Georg ia
Dear Mayor Allen:
May I tak e just a minute of your ti me t o
cong ratulate you for your courag e and the fine and
sincere manner in which you are dealing with our
present p ro b lems.
~e i n Atlanta a re thankful for you, and
f e e l tha t with y our sound judg e me nt our d ifficul t i e s
wil l be r e s olv ed .
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Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan:
Many thanks for being the fine mayor of a great city. I
am sure that all Atlantans were never more proud of you and our
town than during the "crisis" last week.
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September 12, 1966
Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor, City of Atlanta
68 Mitchell Street, S. W.
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor PJ.len:
I just wanted to take this opportunity to personally
congratulate and cOJI1JIEnd you on the definite and courageous stand
you have taken during the recent racial problems in Atlanta. I
apologize for not being in a position to write earlier, but I was
out of town a good portion of last week; ha-1ever, I can assure you
that I didn't miss any of the newscasts or neglect an opportunity
to keep up to date on the current situation in Atlanta.
I3efore I left for Texas last weekend, I told Carl Reith,
our president and a personal friend of yours , ha-1 much I admired the
action you had initiated, and I want to go on record that you have
considerably more "nerve" than I have at this point. I would further
like to state , that although my tirre seems to be at a premium, I
kna-1 that you are a much busier individual than any of us at Colonial
Stores and if I can ever help in any way , please feel free to call on
me. I would deem i t a pr i vilege and an honor to be able to support
you in any manner. You have my utmost respect and confidence .
Sincerely ,
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September 13, 1966
Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor of the City of Atlanta
Atlanta City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
We who love Atlanta are lucky to have a man dedicated
to the task of making this an even better place to live. I
am sure your tireless efforts in stopping the current racial
strife and preventing future problems is appreciated by all,
but I would like to take the time to thank you personally
and ask you not to take any more chances than you feel absolutely necessary.
Sincerely,
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Dixie Division
Manager
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September 10, 1966
Honorable Mayor Ivan . Allen, Jro
Mayor of the City of A~lanta
68 Mitchell st., s.w.
Atlanta, Georgia 30314
.rt,- Dear Mayor Allen:
enemieso
Complimenting you again, we wi~h you
the actions of S.N.C.C.
are not the consensus of the gre~ aj ~
of Negroes. There are many
of us who still desire to become conscious contributors and lay aside the
status of beneficiary and ward for that ofa collaborator and participant
in the .American Civilization. We appreciat you greatly.
Sincerely,
Fred Ell i s
Student of Morehouse College
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The Honor a ble Ivan Allen , Jr .,
'1a yo r, City of Atlanta ,
At l anta , Geor g i a
Dear Mayor Allen :
It p leases me very much to compliment you most
hi gh ly on the cour a geo us , forceful and humane manner in
which you handled the Summerhill riot . Were it not f or
your prompt and intelligent action , I shudder to think of
the loss of life and property th a t would h a ve resulted as
well as the g reat harm that would have been done to our
total community .
I am thankful fo r your le adershi p and fo r your
sincere effort toward eliminating , where po ssi ole , many
of the f act ors that ma ke American cities vulne ra ble to
disturbances an d unrest.
Sincerely,
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PAUL E. PRESSLc-Y
Sept ember 12, 1966
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Honorabl e Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta , G e orgia
Dear Ivan:
You handl e d th e impossible Snick" situation with r emarkabl e
r e straint and good old- f ashioned "guts".
Atlanta is proud of its Mayor!
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ATLANTA, G A.
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Septemb er 12,lij~6
Hon. Ivan Allen, J r., Mayor,
City of Atla.-rita,
City Hall,
Atlanta, Ga . 30303
Dear Mr. All en:
Just wanted you to kno w that we
think you are doing a wonderful job a s
our mayor. We are proud of the way you
have handled the racial and riot situa t ion .
Sincerely,
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Monday, September 12, 1966
Indignation over the meaningless murder of a teenage youth
this weekend is not a reaction just of the Negro residents of Atlanta •. It is shared
by thousands, by the great majority of people whose feelings reflect the real character of the City.
Public indignation and condolence must be expressed. As one
public voice, Channel 5 expresses it. We support the Mayor's pledge to bring those
responsible to justice.
Anyone who has any information regarding this crime has the
moral obligation to report it to the authorities .
Because of this shocking murder of an innocent youth, shot
from a passing car, the weekend disorders may have been an understandable reaction of
frustrated people, trapped in conditions they cannot change, faced with problems they
cannot solve alone.
But disorder and violence in the street solve nothing.
Those so-called "leaders" who whip up the emotions of these people have a record of
zero on the scoreboard.
Atlanta's poverty people need schools, jobs, decent places
to live.
There is no magic wand t o wave to get these things . But
throwing rocks and firebombs won't get them either. They aren't going to help anybody with anything.
The public policy must be to contain them and restrict them,
using whatever police power is necessary.
WAGA -TV offers a re asonable oppo rtu nity t o reply to the v iews expressed in the ed itor ia l to a responsible person or group representing a significant opposing viewpo int, prov ided request for rep ly t ime is subm itted to WAGA -TV with in one week of th is te lecast .
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Monday, September 12, 1966
Page 2
Let us as a Community, regardless of race or creed , stand
behind this policy. Let us stand behind it not in anger or resentment, but simply
because no other policy can serve the public interest. The public we mean takes in
everybody, those in the riot neighborhoods and everybody else .
For his own safety and his value to the City, we ask Mayor
Allen to get out of the streets. He has demonstrated this City's concern, and
publicly delivered this city's pledge to move against the problems of slums and
poverty and delinquency. He has shown tremendous leadership .
Further partici pat i on in any riot scenes won't convi n c e
anybody of anything.
We urge him to stick to the conf erence table, wi th true
representatives of the majority of Atlanta's Negro citizens.
The loud mouths and wild proposals of the would-be leaders
are great for stirring up disorde r and vi olence, but they don't put any points on the
scoreboard. Channel 5 calls upon the Ci ty's prominent Negro citizens to unite--now-in a strong leadership force that can speak out for the maj ority, and get some results.
The only answer to the irres pons i ble a ction o f recent days
is responsible a ction by respons i ble forc es.
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Sept emb er 12, 1966
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The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr o
Mayor
The City of Atlanta
,City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Sir :
This letter comest assur e y ou that we, along with hundr eds of other
Negr citizens of Atlanta , ar e behind y u one hundred per cent in your
efforts t maintain the fine image f this city and t o pr event m b
vi lenc e and racially arous ed passions from dest r oying what has been
s o painstakingl y achieved her e in the area of r ace r elations .
Your courage has been admirab le i n t he riot situations that have
devel po edo You have shown that y u are genuinely concerned wi th t he
condit ions which led t o t h e current expl sions. We are fearful of
your pers nal safet y inc nt inued exposure t the angry, undisciplined
mobs in the streets o We don t ~ist t o 1 se so valuable a leader and
friend . These turbulent t imes require the wisdon and c urage and
vision fa man like youo
It is our pinion that kn wing that there are Negr o Atlantans wh
appreciate what you ~.edoing and who support you in your progressive
program for an even greater Atlanta will help t fortify you f r the
struggle that lies aheado We also feel that no c ncessions should be
made t St keley Carmichael and his SNCC f 11 wing in the Black Power
non(!sense . We hope that the law will deal sternly with him and thus
help t destroy the subversive forces that are at work t o bring chaos
to ur city and countryo
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7, 1966
PATTERSON, A.RGHIT EGT
FOOTE, A.RGHITEGT
Mayor Ivan Allen
City Hal I
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan:
You are a brave man and I want to express to you my
deep admiration.
We had Johnnie Dilbeck talking to us at our Civitan
Club last Tuesday and I think he is much safer going in a I ions'
cage than you were going among the animals yesterday.
Thank you for being a fine Mayor.
FMD/ac
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ATLANTA . GEORGIA 30332
September 7, 1966
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
Mayor Ivan Allen
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
Si tting comfortably in a chair after breakfast, I read.
about the trouble yesterday--the two first page stories in
the C01iSTITUTI ON and Mr. Patterson's superb editorial built
mostly around your words and deeds.
As a moderately active liberal, I am saddened by the incident;
it should not have happened. Yet it was a s mall affair wh en
compared with Watts and similar outbreaks in northern and
western cities. Atlanta's. image as a soutre r n c ity which
manages to handle its pr oblems i s not seriously dama ged9
You had some help from the police and from sensible ne gro
leaders. But it was your coolness,courag e, and resourcefulness which saved the day.
Yesterday you won a Cong ressional
Medal or its equivalent, and you also achieved t he p ersonal
stature in the minds of whites and colored which will enable
you deal ef f ectively with the issues which remain.
Ch eers and cheers for the Mayo r!
Res p ectfu lly yours,
Edward Foster
P rofessor of Eng lish
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D e a r Iva n:
Just a note of a ppre cia t i on f o r y ou a n d your c o nduct ye sterday.
We a re all very proud of and thankful for yo u. I shudder to thi nk
of our h a ving a lesser man in your shoes.
But -
be careful of y ourself !
R oberta joins me in sendi ng love to your family.
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September 7, 1966
The Honorable Ivan Allen
Mayor - City of Atlanta
City Hall
68 Mitchell, s.w.
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan:
Our paths haven't crossed lately to enable me to
say what a splendid job I think you are doing as
Mayor.
I felt impelled to at least send you a note after
yesterday's demonstration with your courageous
and able action.
Atlantans should be - and I feel sure are - proud
and grateful for the job you're doing. You have
our best wishes - and our prayers.
Sincerely,
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September 7, 1966
Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Dear Ivan:
Just a line to express my admiration of your
courageous and capable handling on yesterday of a most
difficult problem and situation. All citizens of Atlanta
owe you a debt of gratitude.
Very sincerely, your friend,
WCC:j o
�Col.Walter G. Meyer USA Ret.
5525 Long Island Drive N.W.
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
7 September 1966
Honorable Ivan Allen, Jro,
Mayor of Atlanta,
City Hall,
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
This letter is being written on a wholly
non-political basis as I am firmly opposed to a number of
your policies and actions and, for that reason, moved out
of the eity of Atlantao
I must, however, congratulate you for the
stand and actions you took last night 1n connection wi th
the "riots"o
Your intestinal fortitude and conv1ctionsp
under the circumstances, were wholly admirable.
You are
probably the only Mayor of a large city who took such
direct and responsible action and did not take refuge 1n
his officee
Congratulations1t
Cordially,
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WALTER Go MEYER
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September 7, 1966
The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor, City of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
D ear Ivan:
You have the admiration and support of all law-abiding
citizens of Atlanta by your courageous and heroic confrontation of the lawless mob of agitators on Tuesday.
It is clear to all that having the top elected official of
the city in the forefront did much to quell the mob, and
minimize the destructive aspects of this well-planned
insurrection.
It is as painful to all citizens of Atlanta as it is to you
to see our wonderful record in the area of race relations
marred by outside agitators. Please be as sured that you
have the support and admiration of all of your friends and
true citizens of our great city.
Sincerely,
~cCarty
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JOHN E. TALMADGE
September 8, 1966
Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
City of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Dear Ivan:
I want to express to you my personal appreciation of the fine job
which you have done in coping with problems arising out of the firemen's
strike and the racial disorders earlier this week. At all times, you have
been dignified and fair in your approach, but when necessary, you have shown
that you can also be firm.
In dealing with lar ge groups or masses of people in an emotionallycharged atmosphere, good leadership demands not only a willingness to be
conciliatory and understanding of the other fellow's problems, but also
letting everyone know that unrea sonable and disorderly actions will not be
tolerated. You have certainly displayed these qualities to an admirable
de gree unde r very trying circumstances,
I think one of the tragic mistakes made by the city administrations
and police officials in other cities where these riots have gotten out of h and
h as been to tempori ze and tolerate too much from the radical extremist
l eaders. This enables the radical lea d er to grow in strength in the eyes of
th e mob, and he bec omes doubly difficult to deal with l ater o n. Also, in
th e se other cities, they a llowed thems e l ves to be p ersuaded to withdra w
police enforcement and protection at the outset of the trouble, thus leaving
the arena c omplete ly dominated by the radical l ead ers and with no l aw and
order there to give aid a nd comfort to th e decent N egro citizens. Fortunately
for us, you and Chief Jenkins did not make these tactical mistakes, for had
you done so, the radical l eaders would h ave had a clear field in which to gain
momentum for their disorders, and it would have b ee n a thous a ndfold more
difficult for the police to go back in a nd quell the disorders at a later date.
Althou gh things have quieted down and s eem to b e in good shape today
on the racial front, we will a ll be hoping and praying tha t no furth er trouble
arises. I feel a lot better a bout the situation knowing tha t you and Chief
J e nkins are following a wis e c ours e in di sp l aying th e qua litie s o f good l eader ship which are so desperately needed in these situa tions . I am p r oud of the
fact tha t so many of our decent Negro citizens had the courage and good sense
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to deplore the violent approach to the solution of racial problems advocated
by Stokely Carmichael and SNCC, but many of these Negro leaders could not
have spoken out effectively if our City Government had not provided a proper
atmosphere and demonstrated that these citizens would be backed up by a
City policy of fairness and firmness which would not permit the radicals to
take over.
I am sorry I allowed this letter to get too long. But I just wanted you
and Chief Jenkins to know that your attitudes and actions are deeply appreciated
during these turbulent crises .
With warm regards and best wishes, I am
Sincerely,
John E. Branch
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Chief Herbert Jenkins
Atlanta Police Dep a rtment
Atlanta , Georgia
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ATLANTA , GEORGIA 30318
September 7, 1966
Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor, City of Atlanta
68 Mitchell Street, s. w.
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Dear Ivan:
For some months I have wanted to write an expression of my
appreciation of your many accomplishments as Mayor and your
outstanding contributions to all the wide spectrum of activities in our great city.
I have deferred writing simply
because I was unable to adequately express myself without
becoming verbose.
After yesterday's exhibitien of raw courage, I can only say
that I am proud of Mayor Ivan Allen and also of the true
citizens of Atlanta who have so carefully conducted themselves under extremely trying circumstances.
When the history of Atlanta is written, I suspect your administration will be recorded a~ one beset by more and greater
problems and by more and greater accomplishments than any
other. The problems are not resolved by any means, but under
your guidance, there is hope of ultimate solutions which will
benefit all citizens in our Atlanta area.
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Sincerely yours,
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Chairman of the Board
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M AYOR Wn.1.1.01 J1.cK H.unLTON,
S econd Jlice President
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MAYOR RICHARD
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406 FULTON FEDERAL BUILDING
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ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303
ACTIVE PAST
PRESIDENTS
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B.
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Third Yice Presidtml
GtoncE, Executive Director
TELEPHONE 688-0472
September 7, 1966
CITY COMMISSIONER J. STEVE KNIGHT
COLUMBUS
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT
CITY COMMISSIONER JOHN E . YARBROUGH
ROME , GA ,
MAYOR RANDOLPH MEDLOCK
STONE MOUNTAIN, GA,
MAYOR W. B. WITHERS
Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
City of Atlanta
C ity Hall
Atlanta, Ge orgia
MOULTRIE , GA .
CITY COMMISSIONER CARL E . PRUETT
GRIFFIN, GA.
MAYOR B. F . MERRITT, JR,
MACON , GA,
FIRST DISTRICT
PRESIDENT
MAYOR P . B. EDWARDS
PORT WENTWORTH
DIRECTOR
MAYOR JACK A. LEROY
Dear Mayor Allen:
AILEY
SECOND DISTRICT
P e rmit me to join with your other many friends and
admirers in complimenting you upon the l ead ers hip
you so courageously demonstrated during the rioting
on Tues d ay, Sept ember 6, 1 966 . Without d oubt your
p atience and forbearance, coupled with f irmness and
insist ence upon law and order, prevented a more
serious situation.
PRESIDENT
MAYOR THOMAS
W.
LAWHO RNE
SY LVES T ER
DIREC TOR
C OUN C I LMA N J, C . M INT ER
CA I R O
THIRD DISTRICT
PRESIDENT
M AYOR T . GRIFFIN WALKER
A MERICUS
DIR ECTOR
M AYOR D A VID I. SAMMONS
FORT VALLEY
FOURTH
DISTRICT
PRES IDE N T
MAYOR LEER . POTTER
AVONDALE E STAT ES
DIRECTOR
CITY COMMISSIONER WU.LIAM C . PAI NTER. JR .
DECATUR
FIFT H DISTRICT
I'm sure your fellow city officia ls over G eo r gia were
equally impressed with yo ur composure and dedicat ion
to duty.
PRES IDE NT
MAYOR M AR ION L. NOLAN
COL LE G E PARK
D I RECTOR
Since rely,
ALDE RM A N E . GREGORY GR I GGS
ATLANTA
SIXTH DISTRICT
PRESIDENT
M AYO R J . GARDNER NEWMAN
L AGRANGE
DIRECTOR
MAYOR HERBERT H . JONES
W . Elm e r George
E xec utive Dir ecto r
MCDO NOU GH
SEVENTH DISTRICT
PRESl,OENT
MA YOR L . H O WARD ATHERTON, JR .
M AR IETTA
DtRECTOR
CITY CO MM I SS IONER
S . LEROY HANCOCK, JR.
ROME
tlGHTH
DISTRICT
WEG: rg
PRESIDENT
M AYOR RALPH V . CROFT
BRUNSW I CK
D I REC TOR
CliTY M A N •A GER J O HN L . LEE
EASTMAN
MtNTH
DISTRICT
PRES ID.E NT
MAYOR LEE E . CARTER
HAR·TWEt.L
DIRECT.OR
M.AYOR CARL 9ARREl'T
H.OLl:.V SPRINGS
ltKT K
DISTRI. CT
PRES I DENT
M AYOR G EORGE A. S A N.C KEN.
AUGUSTA
IDIR ECTOR
M A YOR JULI U S F . BI SHOP
ATHENS
JR.
DIR.ECTORS
STAliE
.t-"t LARGE
MA_voR B •. El> JOHNSON
C Ol.UMBUS
COUNCILMAN G EORG E BULLOCK
A THENS
AL!llERM'A N CECIL TURN ER
MAYOR JOHN C. EDENFIELD
"IHOMASTON
A."tLAN,TA
ALDERMAN
J. J .
S AVANNAH
SHOOB
MAYOR AUBREY E . GREENWAY
ROSW E.LL
MAYOR W. A. B OWEN
STATEsBORO
CITY MANAGER GEORGE D . ADKINS
PRESIDENT, CITY MANAGERS' SECTION
THOMASVILLE
CITY CLERK R . L . HUDGINS
P R ESIDE NT, C I TY CLERKS' SECTrON
D ECATUR
C ITY A TTORN E Y JULIAN W EBB
PRESIDENT, C ITY ATTORNEYS ' SECT ION
DONALSONVILLE
�LAW OFFICES
HENRY J. MILLER
ALEX P. GAINES
PHILIP H . ALSTON,JR.
ALSTON , MILLER &
WM. B . SPANN , JR .
GAINES
TWELFTH FLOOR CITI ZENS & SO UTHERN NATIONAL BANK BUILD I NG
FRANCIS SHACKELFORD
MARTIN H . PEABODY
JAMES L. ALSTON
JAMES E . THOMAS
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303
DANIEL B . HODGSON
HEWITT H . COVI NGTON
JOHN L . MOORE , JR.
EDWARD P . ELLI S
LLOYD T . WHITAKER
ROBERTS. BEAUCHAMP
L. NEIL WILLIAMS, JR.
524 - 3241
CAB LE
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ROBERT C . A LSTON
(1 873 - 19 38)
ARNOLD C. MOORE
PHILIP H . ALSTON
JOHN R . CRENSHAW
MICHAEL H . TROTTER
(1880 - 1982)
September 8, 1966
MICHAEL A . DOYLE
RONALD L. REID
CARL H . COFER, JR .
JOHN K . TRAIN (IJ
B . HARV EY HILL, JR .
ROBERT G . HOLT
ROBERT G . EDGE
PAUL R . ERVIN , JR .
OF C OUNSEL
WM. HART SIBLEY
C . O . J OHNSON
ROBERT L . DODD , JR.
Dear Ivan:
We are all very proud of you.
Best
Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr .
Mayor of the City of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
reg~
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THOMAS H. READ. PRESIDENT
READ CONCESSIONS COMPANY
30 COURTLAND ST.. S. E.
ATLANTA, GA. 30303
September 8, 1966
Bono Ivan Allen, Jr., Mayor
City of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Dear Mr. Mayor:
You were magnificent during our recent unpleasantness, and
I want you to know you have my greatest admiration.
Cordially yours,
tt~omas Ho R ~
THR:man
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�1174 Zimmer Driv e , N. E.
Atl anta, Georgia
September 8, 1966.
Dear Ivan:
Th er e are ma ny r eason s why I value your friendship so
highly.
Foremost among th ese, of cours e , is th e f a ct tha t your
fath er was one of my staunchest supporters during the many years
I was with th e Atlant a Retail Merchants Association.
He was a
g reat encourageme nt to me a nd s tood behind me in everything I did.
I shall r ememb er al wa ys tha t you cancell ed an out-of-town
engagement to be th e speaker at th e t es timonial g iv en Reba and me
by the Ass ociation shortly b efor e my r etir ement.
That a lone would
endear you to me for ev er.
Th en you ha d the vision and courage to g iv e At l anta Bi g
Ba s eball is my favorit e sport, a nd
League Baseball a nd Football.
it is wonderful to ha ve the opportu nity to see right here in Atlanta
a ll of th e best baseball play ers in th e world.
And when Atl anta
g ets into a World Seri es , as I beli eve s h e will within the next f ew
year s, I just hop e I shal l be fortuna t e enough to s ee some of tho se
games .
Just r e c ently you ha v e co ndu ct ed yours elf magnificently
in conn ect ion with the Fir emen's Strik e; and what now a pp ears to
have been a Castro- inspir ed riot, throug h some hot-h eaded revolutionar i es in our midst.
Well, there are many ot her reas ons, a nd I just felt, in
a time of great stress , that you should be told your fri ends are
st a ndi ng solidly behind you in your efforts to make our beloved
Atla nt a a bea con-light city f or all to see.
Cordially & Sincer el y
k-
L. L. Austin.
�THOMAS
F.
CHOYCE
A TTO RN EY AT LAW
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ATLANTA, GEORGIA
T E 1-E P HONE
B UILD ING
30303
524-7 73 1
September 8, 1966
PERSONAL
The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor of the City of Atlanta
% City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Dear Sir:
I think that you have run a remarkable show
with respect to both the firemen situation and
the recent near riot . Please let this act as my
way of expressing my personal pride in being
connected with your administration .
Sincerely yours ,
.Jt_ d-~
Thomas F . Choyce
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Septo 19 ., 1966 .
Hayor Ivan Allen Jr. 11
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Dear Hr . Alle n.,
J us t t o l e t you know t ha t you have my p ersona l admir ati on
and approva l of yo ur han dl i n~ of t he r e ce nt rac i al di st urban ce s
i n our ci ty .
As one of your very f ir s t s uppor t ers for t he of fic e of
mayor I was on e of t he small number of ci t izen s t ha t wer e not
s urprised a t your displ ay of couraee whe n t he ch ip s were down .,
as i t was what I had anti cipat ed fr om a fie l d gr ade officer,( Ma jor )
from our war . a. wor l d war 2, and this was what di cated my writing
a let ter to the edit ors t hat appeared in t he At lant a J ournal of
Sept . 15t h is s ue in support of your act io n.
Your acti on as you kn ow has attracted national attention,
and you may be pressured to accept 2nd spot on a national ticket o
I still have your l ot ter t el l ing me that you only wish d to
be mayor of Atlanta , and did not want any national office . I thought
your decision wi3e at the time , and still t hi nk you would hove more
political influence as mayor of a great city than as a nveep" on any
ticket nationall y , altho it seems obvious t o me t hat "Bobby" Kennedy
is giving you serious consideration as a possibl e runni ng n1ate IF he
should head a national ticket f or the Democratic Party, as you'd be a
natural .for him despite the difference in your ages , looking at it
from the practical view that the Kennedy money can take the N. East ,
Ohio , Illinois and the far West ( California ) but no amount of mone~
can carry the South for Bobby Kennedy l Texas woula at least split 0-50
for him, the anti - LBJ vote o • • • as I see it a
If offered such a deal and you wish to try it in the future, my
offer of help for you is still open and I still have a heavy political
following in most of the States . We were unable to put Sam Yorty over
in California BUT it was a close one •••• and make no mistake about it
Sam Yorty is a good man . He was, in our war, Capt~ Sam Yorty, Air Corp,
attached to the 3rd ~ o n Leyte in the Pacifica o •• but I agree uith
the majority of the people of our city that Atlanta needs your proven
leadership, most especially during these trying times of racial unrest
along with rapid economic ero,-,th• and I hope that even tho offered
such a post y~
l chose to remain in Atlanta,
C~
Sincerelyi
Edgar P. Scott,
,., ~
,,0 . Box
451.~l , Atlanta, Gaa
�1492 South Gordon Street, S.W.
Atlanta, Georgia
September 12, 1966
Mayor Ivan Allen
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
We are very proud, Mayor Allen - - - - - - - - - - - - - - of the wonderful spirit which you showed to Atlanta, Georgia,
and yes, even the entire country during the recent riot in
the Negro community\
As maey of us feel, we are moving too slowly in the slum clearances, both for Negroes and Whites, but I also realize this
problem cannot be solved overnight, and to a degree, we will
always have problem areas in housing especially. I do feel,
hoever, that anyone, whether he be Negro or White, who fails
to obey the laws of our cities, states, and Federal government,
should be punished.
I felt that you were the person for the job as Mayor, I voted
for you, I have not always agreed with your thinking on every
subject, but I do pledge my full support to a man as yourself,
who will take the stand and back law and order in our City, as
you did the other night.
May you have many years in which to
serve our City, as I feel that your leadership in our great
City of Atlanta has been a 11 booster 11 for Atlanta, Georgia, and
even the Southl
Sincerely yours,
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{Mrs.) Bobbie M. Sledge
1492 South Gordon Street, S.W.
Atlanta, Georgia
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SPECIAL
PRomonons
133 CARNEGIE WAY , N ,W.
ATLANTA,
GEORGIA
30303
September 16, 1966
Honorable Ivan Allen , Jr.
Mayor, City of Atla nta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan:
I am very, very proud of you.
My delay i n writin g this i s because I had hoped to say it
in person. But a heavy schedule at the office and heavy responsibilities at home keep me tied up.
We are all so proud of your personal courage, your magnificent
leadership and your unbelievable patience.
I have always believed that when England was at its greatest ,
it was due largely to the fact that the privileged class believed
in and prac t iced the spirit of "Noblesse Oblige". When you and
Louise paid the condolence call on the negro mother, it occured
to me that your example and this same spirit will lead Atlanta to
greatness too.
Leonard j oins me i n adm iration and warm regards to both of you.
Please take care of yourself and call on me whenever I can help.
Since rely,
Mrs. Leonard Haas
P.S.
Please tell George that we admired his courage too.
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- U.S. News & World Report
Exclusive Interview-
A NEGRO BUSINESSMAN
SP A S HIS MIND
Witt racial demonstrations, now spreading ocrou a,e nation,
solve the Negro's problems? Is the N gro actually a "second-class
citizen"? If so, who is to blame-the white man? You g t unexpected
answers to these and other questi0ns from a leading Negro busine~sman. he is S. B. Fuller, intervi~wed in Chicago by a member of
the staff of "U.S. New!> & World Report." His conclusions: A Negro,
like anybody els~, can get ahead only by hard work and enterprisa.
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as o roung r,,o 1, he started the fuller Product! Company 1n
l 93.5 on capital of $2 5. Today its g10H soles coine to more
thori IO million d1Jllo1s a year. While h oppose~ the vi~ s
rind toc. ,cs bc1 ,g used b)· militant' Negro s, Mr. Fu"ier
descr·bes h111Hclf os on "integrotion15t' -pointing out thnt
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Atlanta 13 3 Georgia
Dear Friend :
Permit me to a cknowledge andthi:rnk you fnr se nd i.ng
me a sopy of your l etter t o the Se cretary of State.
I deplore v·olence under any circu~st~nces ~nd
especially so when it. is relu.ted to t:he r;..c iul siLuation .
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o f the inescapable l essons of h .:..story s h ows t11u t i t is much
·"!asier to gcncral-::c mob action than i t is to contrn l it.
Those in high off ice 11ave no ideu of the untold
dumage they r1re doing to "Jur consl:itutional sys tem ])y
approving these dcrnonstr.1Li..n n s.
I havr. :1.Ltad e d thi..:::;
attitudo time ,1.nd aguin, but unfortunu.t.el y , Lhe rest of t h e
country hr1s chos0n to rnilkc t110. South t.h0. whipping :::'Jy in illl
rue i;J.l rn;J. ttr;rs a nd t.hrnnqh t.h e u se 0f all. of. t1v.' communicr1tions fT"' di ,.t (incl11clin(_J hic1 abu:;c' of U1c Lc1cvi ~; i o n) h"1vc
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c7.n on l y rr~su l t 1n ,l.l1L cc'. 1y.
With ev0ry good wu;h, T am
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HARR Y F I_OQO BYRD , V A . , C l-fl~ I RMA N
RUSSE LL B . LO NG . LA.
GEORGE A. SMATHERS, FLA .
C L INTON P . ANDERSON. N . MEX .
PAU L H . DOUG:.J.S , I LL.
ALBER T GORE, T ENN .
HERMAN E. TA L MADGE , GA .
EUGENE J . MCCARTHY, M INN .
VANCE HARTKE , IND.
J . W . FULBRIGHT , ,\RK .
ABRAHAM R IOICOFF. CONN .
JOHN J . \"II LL!Af.1 5, DE L.
FRANK CARLSON , KANS.
W A LLACE F. DENNCTT, UT AH
CARL T . CURTIS, NI RR .
THRU!:.TON B. r-iorn O N, KY .
EVERETT MCK I NLEY DIRK SE N , I L L.
COMM I T T EE ON F I NANCE
E LIZA BETH 0 . SPRINGE R, CH ICF CLCllK
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HoLDER CoNsrRucrroN CoMPANY
GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND ENGINEERS
1926 FULTON NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303
RoeERT M.
TELEPHONE 523-2911
HoLDER , JR.,PRES1oeNT
September 16, 1966
The Honorable Ivan Allen
Mayor of Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan:
While in Philadelphia yesterday , I noticed the enclosed editorial in the
Evening Bulletin and thought you would be interested in seeing it.
It is gratifying to me that responsible people in other parts of the country are aware that there is not only image, but real substance in the way
we are handling our problems.
I congratulate you on the outstanding work you have done since becoming
Mayor. I , like all citizens of Atlanta, appreciate the sound, courageous
and farsi ghted leadership you have given us and f rom the enclosed editorial,
your reputation is obviously nationwide.
Yours very truly,
Robert M. Holder , Jr.
RMHjr/ lr
Enclosure
�ARTHUR
M.
KAPLAN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SUITE
1375 PEACHTREE
TELEPHONE
ATLANTA,
878•8535 .
676
STREET.
GEORGIA
N. E.
30309
September 16, 1966
Honorable Ivan Allen, Mayor
City of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Ga.
Dear Mayor Allen:
It is indeed unfortunate that the only
measure of exemplifying appreciation to a person
in your capacity is at the voting polls. If ever
an individual deserved national recognition for
gallantry and actions far beyond the call of duty,
in my opinion, you would be entitled to this
recognition.
Having maintained a First Aid Station
in the riot areas both on Capitol Avenue and
Boulevard, I saw first handed the raw courage and
absolute determination and intestinal fortitude
that you possess. There is little doubt in my
mind that your actions avoided a great conflict,
and the people of this community as well as those
of our neighboring areas should be gra teful to you .
I am privileged and honored to be able to state
tha t you are 'bur Mayor" .
With kindes t pers onal regards .
oc~::~~
Ar thur M. Kapla~
AMK : bp
�2746 Dale Creek Drive, N. W.
Atlanta, Georgia 30318
September 16, 1966
The Honorable Ivan Allen Jr.
Mayor of The City of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor:
My wife and I wish to join with other responsible Negro citizens in expressing
our deep concern for the future , peaceful progress of the community.
I wish to express disapproval of unwarranted ki llings, rioting and t he destruction of property which gives our city a bad name. Accept my congratulations
for the courage and fairness you h~ve s hown in t his crises.
You probably will remember me, as one of the delegation in your office some
months ago, with Dr. J. H. Jackson, of Chicago, and Dr. L. M. Terrill .
You may be assured of our continued support in your effort to secure for all
people, better conditions for wholesome living, and to create respect for
law and order.
LDK~bk
Very
t~1J" ~ou~J
i.
D. ~
Lo D. KEITH,
Sr.
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�September 16• 1966
Mayor Ivan Allen
City Hall
68 Mitchell St •• s.
Atlanta. Ga. 30303
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dear Mayor Allen:
It is indeed regrettable that we as citizens of Atlanta had to witness the
deplerable incident that took place on Capitol Ave. recently and more similar incidents
sinceo We do realize that all over the world there is discord and seemingly hatred
everywhere we turn. Yet there are many of us who believe finn.ly that we can ~ite
t~ge~her with brotherly love and erase this hatred from the face of the earth.
As Christians we recommend an easy and simple method• If we would come together
just now on that one accord and plant that tiny seed of love in our hearts and minds•
spreading it to the four corners of the earth in prayer and faith, believing that the
Lord God, himself would be with us at his appointment and settle these world affairs
and differences. As we think on this• let's remember these words of our Lord and
Savior "Love yea one another as I have also loved you." If all people at this world
would turn to God on this day• we would doubt such an incident would. happen again in
Atlanta, Ga. or any other cityo


Ma.yor Allen I have a patriot-love song ti..t I feel would be very fitting for ti.mas


like theseo If these wordsswere to reach out to the people, I would like to be convinced that there would be a change in man's heart and show more oonoern for brotherly• ·
love for one another as 'patriotic .AJnericans' should.
I am sending you enclosed to keep a copy of such a love song which I have composed
myself• I do hope you will enjoy the music of "Let •s Turn To God .AJnerica. 11
Sincerely yours,
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1586 Alder Ct., S. E.
MP/gs
Atlanta. Ga. 30317
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(Music sheet• Let's Turn To God .America)
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�STATE
MUTU A L
LIFE
ASSURANCE
COMPANY
OF
AMERICA
CH A RLES G . BETH EA , C . L .U.
LIFE MEMBER
MILLIO N DOLL AR ROU N D T A BLE
EX ECUTI V E CONSU LT AN T T O
S T A T E MU T UA L L IF E ASS U RANCE COMPANY OF AMER I CA
917 FU ·LT ON FE D ERAL B L DG.
11 PRYOR S T ., S. W.
A TL AN T A , GEORG I A, 30303
September 8, 1966.
May or Ivan Allen, .Tr.
City Hall
At.1@.nta, Georgia
De ar Ivan:
Thank you so much for your display of courage in
our recent unfor tunate racial incident .
Ki ndest regar ds .
d:&i~.
cerely yours ,
I
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Bethea,
C.L.u.
Executi ve Consultant to
State Mutual Life Assurance
Company of America
CGB/em
FOUNDED
1844
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HO M E
O FF I C E
WORC E STER ,
MASSACHUSETTS
OV ER F OU R B I LL IO N DO LL A R S O F L IF E INS U RANC E IN F ORC E
�C . R. BRUMBY . .JR.
FRANK L . BRUM
V. PRES . AND SALES BY
MGR.
PRE S IDENT
.JOHN PISANO
V . PRES .
·CRYSTAL LAUNDRY
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CRYSTAL UNIFORM RENT AL SERVICE
, Inc.
304 ANGIER AVE ., N . E .
TR. 2-4 751-2
ATLANTA. GA.
B,ancte,i
674 MYRTLE ST. N . E .
710 PEACHTREE ST. N . E . (HOWELL HOUSE)
478 BOULEVARD N . E .
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47 Trinity Avenue, S. W.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA
30334
September 8, 1966
Honorable Ivan Allen, Mayor
City of Atlanta
Cit;y Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
Please accept my congratulations and deep appreciation for your
courageous conduct and intelligent actions in confronting and
quelling the disturbances of last Tuesday evening.
All Georgians should be tremendously proud of the manner in which
you met a very dangerous situation and the honor you have reflected
on your City and our State.
All good wi shes,
Sincerely yours,
~&143.215.248.55
R. S. Howard , J r.
Execu tive Secretary
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