The Caddo Herald
April 4, 1924
Not Altogether Bad
March 26, 1924
It having been brought to the attention of the Ku Klux Klan that you and your family are in need, and as our motto is, “Not for self but for others”, and we have dedicated ourselves to the cause of our homes, our country, and each other.
No institution is worthwhile whose soul does not beat responsive to the cause of distress.
Please accept from us this small token of our love and affection, not as an act of charity, but as a kindly offering from a great order that deeply and sincerely sympathizes with you and your loved ones.
Ku Klux Klan
Caddo Klan 138
Knights of the Ku Klux Klan:
I want to thank the members of this wonderful Order who so graciously remembered me in my hour of need.
I wish I could express in my own humble way how very much I appreciate you act of kindness. I have often heard of the wonderful work you have been doing and now that it has been brought home to me, I fully realize what you mean to a community.
May God’s richest blessings rest on each and every member is my prayer.
Mrs. Lydia Marshall