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Knights of the Flaming Sword History

Wade, Wyn. (1987). The Fiery Cross: The Ku Klux Klan in America. Simon and Schuster.

Associated Press. (1925, January 23). Fraternity Attacked as Making Money Order. Lead Daily Call.

 

Louisville / Jeffersonville History

Evangelist Draws 10-Day Jail Term. (1930, November 3). Statesville Record and Landmark.

The Point of View. (1930, February 8). The Courier Journal.

Davis Is Released in Police Court. (1930, March 22). The Courier Journal.

Davis Jailed for Contempt. (1930, November 1). The Courier Journal.

Pastor Held in Mann Act Case. (1930, October 12). The Courier Journal.

The Point of View. (1930, February 13). The Courier Journal.

Mission Preacher Accused of Fraud. (1930, March 20). The Courier Journal.

Davis Indicted by Grand Jury. (1930, October 14). The Courier Journal.

A Preacher On Prohibition. (1930, February 5). The Courier Journal.

Extradition of Davis Ordered. (1931, September 25). The Courier Journal.

Wanted-To Buy. (1931, December 31). The Courier Journal.

Charge Dismissed. (1931, December 29). The Courier Journal.

Pastor Gives Up in Fraud Case. (1931, September 15). The Courier Journal.

Writ Is Issued for Evangelist. (1931, September 9). The Courier Journal.

All-Day Meeting Held. (1931, June 9). The Courier Journal.

Real Estate Transfers. (1933, May 23). The Courier Journal.

First Pentecostal Baptist Dr. Roy E. Davis. Pastor. (1933, February 4). The Evening News.

First Pentecostal Baptist Dr. Roy E. Davis. Pastor. (1933, February 18). The Evening News.

First Pentecostal Baptist Dr. Roy E. Davis. Pastor. (1933, February 25). The Evening News.

First Pentecostal Baptist Dr. Roy E. Davis. Pastor. (1934, January 6). The Evening News.

First Pentecostal Baptist Dr. Roy E. Davis. Pastor. (1933, January 14). The Evening News.

First Pentecostal Baptist Dr. Roy E. Davis. Pastor. (1933, January 20). The Evening News.

First Pentecostal Baptist Dr. Roy E. Davis. Pastor. (1933, January 27). The Evening News.

First Pentecostal Baptist Dr. Roy E. Davis. Pastor. (1933, February 3). The Evening News.

First Pentecostal Baptist Dr. Roy E. Davis. Pastor. (1933, February 10). The Evening News.

First Pentecostal Baptist Dr. Roy E. Davis. Pastor. (1933, January 14). The Evening News.

On Revival Trip. (1934, March 9). The Evening News.

Clark Spiritualist Church List Church. Rena Pretty, Pastor (1934, March 10). The Evening News.

Clark Spiritualist Church List Church. Rena Pretty, Pastor (1934, March 24). The Evening News.

Clark Spiritualist Church List Church. Rena Pretty, Pastor (1934, March 10). The Evening News.

Clark Circuit Court, 1934, Roy Davis vs. Wilmer J. Fox

Rev. Roy Davis Sues to claim Eaken Estate. (1934, March 30). The Evening News.

Rev. Ulrey and Rev. Davis in New Albany Dispute. (1935, July 19). The Evening News.

Davis Case Set. (1935, August 10). The Evening News.

Roy Davis Loses Suit in Replevin. (1935, August 13). The Evening News.

Jeff Team Wins Tilt in Indiana Loop. (1932, July 6). The Courier Journal.

Fourteen Converted. (1933, May 27). The Courier Journal.

 

Hot Springs Arkansas, Murder, Auto Theft:

Extradition of Preacher Is Signed. (1939, January 14). The Cincinnati Enquirer

Al Capone. (2016, April 4). Retrieved from https://worldhistoryproject.org/topics/al-capone

Owen Vincent Madden. (2016, April 4). Retrieved from http://www.encyclopediaofarkansas.net

De Soto, Gambling, Resorts and the Mob: A History of Hot Springs. (2016, April 4). Retrieved from www.hsguestguide.com/post/14/de-soto-gambling-resorts-and-the-mob-a-history-of-hot-springs

Leo Patrick McLaughlin (2016, April 4). Retrieved from http://www.encyclopediaofarkansas.net/encyclopedia/entry-detail.aspx?entryID=1712

The Ohio Club. (2016, April 5). Retrieved from http://www.theohioclub.com/#!history/c1mbt

 

Ussher-Davis Orphanage Upshaw Connection

Child Problem to Mount, Says Superior Judge. (1943, September 17). The San Bernardino County Sun

Orphanage, School at Upland Slated to Open Sept. 15. (1943, August 8). The San Bernardino County Sun