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A Group of Citizens Interested in Just and Equal Law Enforcement (Political Broadside), c. 1958.

KC Manuscript Collection 151

ABSTRACT:
This collection consists of one political broadside regarding Kingsport Sessions Court Judge S.G. Gilbreath’s appropriateness to be reelected around 1958.  The publication was released by a group calling itself “A Group of Citizens Interested in Just and Equal Law Enforcement.”  Throughout the document, Gilbreath is accused of mistreating citizens and of being a raging alcoholic.  The group claimed to have all statements backed by signed legal affidavits stored “in a safety deposit box at a Kingsport bank.”

RESTRICTIONS:
There are no restrictions on use of this collection for research purposes. The researcher assumes full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply.

COLLECTION CITATION:
This collection should be cited as:
A Group of Citizens Interested in Just and Equal Law Enforcement (Political Broadside), c. 1958.  KC Manuscript Collection 151, Archives of the City of Kingsport, Tennessee.

PROCESSED BY:
Jeff A. Jenson processed the collection and developed the finding aid in September 2006.

SUBJECTS:
Gilbreath, S.G., Jr. (Sidney G.)
Tennessee–Kingsport–Politics and government.
Campaign paraphernalia–Tennessee–Kingsport.
Judges–Tennessee–Sullivan County–Election.
A Group of Citizens Interested in Just and Equal Law Enforcement.