The nine files of legal correspondence contain about 133 letters and associated items, all concerning Pou's practice of law in Georgia and Alabama. The greatest volume of legal correspondence dates from the year 1866 and almost all of it relates to...
Papers of Pou, Smithfield Democrat, congressman (1901-1934), and chairman of House Rules Committee (1917-1918, 1930-1934). Letters include 24 from Woodrow Wilson (1915-1922) requesting Pou's help in expediting neutral and wartime legislation and...
Presidential Signature: Warren Gamalief Harding (1921-1923) Harding thanks Pou for recommending that Mrs. Harding drink a certain medicinal water to improve her health and expresses appreciation for Pou's interest. Florence Kling Harding suffered...
Papers of Pou, law associate with his brother Congressman Edward W. Pou in Smithfield, including letter from Pou as Chairman of the Democratic Executive Committee in Johnston Co., recommending statewide strategy against the People's party...
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