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Louis Edward (L.E.) Faulkner was a prominent business and civic leader of Hattiesburg, Mississippi for more than four decades. This collection is comprised of 28 cubic feet of files maintained by Louis Edward Faulkner between approximately 1925 and 1960.

From the L.E. Faulkner Papers. Letter, from Representative John E. Rankin to L.E. Faulkner, President of the Mississippi Central Railroad Company, dated 30 August 1950. Rankin, who was a former member of the Committee on Un-American Activities, writes that the committee "will be due more credit than any other agency of this government" if the country is saved from communism.

From the L.E. Faulkner Papers. Letter from Representative Colmer to L.E. Faulker, dated 25 January 1945. Colmer writes that he was "one of the five that was responsible for setting this Committee (Un-American Activities Committee) up in the first instance."

From the L.E. Faulkner Papers. Letter, from Representative John E. Rankin to L.E. Faulkner, President of the Mississippi Central Railroad Company, dated 30 August 1950. Rankin, who was a former member of the Committee on Un-American Activities, writes that the committee "will be due more credit than any other agency of this government" if the country is saved from communism.

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From the L.E. Faulkner Papers. Letter from Representative Colmer to L.E. Faulker, dated 25 January 1945. Colmer writes that he was "one of the five that was responsible for setting this Committee (Un-American Activities Committee) up in the first instance."

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