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Richter H. Moore papers, 1945-1950 and 1986
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The papers of Richter H. Moore, Jr. (1928-1996) consist of one-quarter linear feet of material, 1945-1950 and 1986, chiefly relating to his involvement while a student at the University of South Carolina with the States Rights Democrat's Club of the University of South Carolina and the Young Democrat Club.
Moore served as USC chapter president of the latter in 1949. Included are letters, financial records, and newspaper clippings as well as USC student handbooks, 1945-1946 and 1947. Of particular note is a flyer titled "Is This a Dixie-Crat Convention?," by John Bolt Culbertson, castigating the seating as delegates to the national convention of Young Democratic Clubs of America, "some of the most vicious opponents President Truman or any other President ever had."
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