Constitution and Laws of the Women of the Ku Klux Klan. Adopted by First Imperial Klonvocation at St. Louis, Missouri, on the Sixth Day of January, 1927. Incorporated June 8, 1923 at Little Rock, Ark
Constitution and Laws of the Women of the Ku Klux Klan. Adopted by First Imperial Klonvocation at St. Louis, Missouri, on the Sixth Day of January, 1927. Incorporated June 8, 1923 at Little Rock, Ark
Constitution and Laws of the Women of the Ku Klux Klan. Adopted by First Imperial Klonvocation at St. Louis, Missouri, on the Sixth Day of January, 1927. Incorporated June 8, 1923 at Little Rock, Ark

Women of the Ku Klux Klan

Constitution and Laws of the Women of the Ku Klux Klan. Adopted by First Imperial Klonvocation at St. Louis, Missouri, on the Sixth Day of January, 1927. Incorporated June 8, 1923 at Little Rock, Ark.

Little Rock, Arkansas: printed by M.G. Pugh and Company, [1927].

73, [1], [21 index] pp. 16mo. Women of the Ku Klux Klan. Staple-bound booklet with red card wrappers, "form 119" printed at upper left of front cover. [WITH:] Ku Klux Klan recruitment questionnaire, 1 p, 4to, printed recto only, form P-206, n.p., n.d. [1920s]. Item #309899

Two items from the second iteration of the Ku Klux Klan, which began in 1915 and took shape as a national organization perpetuated by a well-established beauracracy with codified recruiting techniques and forms. The first item relates directly to the involvement of women in the Klan: a booklet printing the constitution and laws of the WKKK. The other items is a recruitment questionnaire with 20 questions about the respondant's age, race, family history, interest in the group, politcs, religious faith, view on white supremacy, etc.

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