Black Legion member in his night rider robes. They splintered from the Ku Klux Klan and were led by William Shepard in Ohio. The groups were suspected of murders of alleged communists and socialists. They were known to have murdered a of black laborer Silas Coleman, and a Charles Poole, WPA worker. June 1936. | Stock Photo #4048-10046

Stock Photo #4048-10046, Black Legion member in his night rider robes. They splintered from the Ku Klux Klan and were led by William Shepard in Ohio. The groups were suspected of murders of alleged communists and socialists. They were known to have murdered a of black laborer Silas Coleman, and a Charles Poole, WPA worker. June 1936.

Stock Photo - Black Legion member in his night rider robes. They splintered from the Ku Klux Klan and were led by William Shepard in Ohio. The groups were suspected of murders of alleged communists and socialists. They were known to have murdered a of black laborer Silas Coleman, and a Charles Poole, WPA worker. June 1936.
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