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Letter to Walter F. White regarding the Silas Parmore case

Preston, M. J.
1923-12-18

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Letter from M. J. Preston of the New Brunswick NAACP to Walter F. White regarding the Silas Parmore case.

Acquitted on Second Trial for Murder


1925-11-18

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Article about the Silas Parmore case in the New Brunswick newspaper Daily Home News: "Acquitted on Second Trial for Murder; Man Arrested Here Found Not Guilty in Georgia and Headed North; Likely to Soon Reappear Here."

Paramore to Be Given New Trial


1925-10-09

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Article about the Silas Parmore case in the New Brunswick newspaper Daily Home News: "Paramore to Be Given New Trial; Colored Man Arrested Here to be Tried in Dawson, Ga.; Kalteissen Wins Appeal Fight."

Silas Paramore, Sentenced to Hang Last August, 'Feeling Fine'


1925-04-23

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Article about the Silas Parmore case in the New Brunswick newspaper Daily Home News.

Parmore Convicted and Sentenced to Pay Death Penalty; Record Trial in Georgia Court of Negro Arrested Here Several Weeks Ago


1924-07-29

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Article about the Silas Parmore case in the New Brunswick newspaper Daily Home News: "Record Trial in Georgia Court of Negro Arrested Here Several Weeks Ago; Case Started Yesterday Morning and Ended Early Last Evening; Extradition Was Bitterly…

Parmore Appeal Is Put on File


1924-01-16

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Article about the Silas Parmore case in the New Brunswick newspaper Daily Home News: "Parmore Appeal Is Put on File; Counsel For Georgia Man Declare Case May Go to U. S. Supreme Court; costs deposited at Trenton today."

Parmore to Be Sent to Georgia


1924-01-15

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Article about the Silas Parmore case in the New Brunswick newspaper Daily Home News: "Parmore to Be Sent to Georgia; Negro Loses Fight Against Extradition on Charge of Murder; will take appeal to errors court."

Parmore Record Made Public by Detective David


1924-01-10

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Article about the Silas Parmore case in the New Brunswick newspaper Daily Home News.

How Georgia Newspaper Views Attempts Here to Bar Extradition of Parmore


1924-01-09

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Article about the Silas Parmore case in the New Brunswick newspaper Daily Home News.

Parmore's Wife Feels Certain Lynching Would Follow Return to Georgia


1923-12-21

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Article about the Silas Parmore case in the New Brunswick newspaper Daily Home News: "Parmore's Wife Feels Certain Lynching Would Follow Return to Georgia; Details Trap Set For Husband By Attache of Prosecutor's Office—Confident Defendant Is…

Hold Hearing in Paremore Case Before Governor


1923-12-17

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Article about the Silas Parmore case in the New Brunswick newspaper Daily Home News.

Local Colored People Oppose Extradition of Man in Georgia Murder


1923-12-10

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Article about the Silas Parmore case in the New Brunswick newspaper Daily Home News: "Local Colored People Oppose Extradition of Man in Georgia Murder; Retain Lawyer Kalteissen to Fight Move Before Governor—Assert Fair Trial in South Impossible."

Georgia Frees Negro Who Feared Mob Rule


1925-12-13

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Article in the New York Times: "Georgia Frees Negro Who Feared Mob Rule; Silas Parmore, Extradited From New Jersey, Acquitted by a Jury in Murder Trial."