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Old Post Cards
Ku Klux Klan of Giles County

These five Ku Klux Klan related postcards are scarce and considered quite valuable.

KKK Plaque
KKK Birthplace
Spofford House
KKK Robe
Kolumbian Klub







Plaque KKK Plaque
This plaque is still on the wall
of Judge Thomas M. Jones'
law office in Pulaski.
It was placed there by the
United Daughters of the Confederacy
Unveiled in May, 1917.

Calvin E. Jones
John B. Kennedy
Frank O. McCord
John C. Lester
Richard R. Reed
James R. Crowe







KKK Birthplace
The Birthplace of the Ku Klux Klan

This 1950s postcard shows the law office of Judge Thomas M. Jones. The plaque can be seen in this photo.







Spofford House
The Spofford House

This postcard shows Spofford House, Pulaski, Tenn.,
It is where the Ku Klux Klan was organized.
This postcard was published around 1912.







KKK Robe The KKK Robe

This robe shows the
Original Ku Klux Costume
worn by klansman Robert J. Brunson
of Giles County.
The robe is now owned by
the Giles County Historical Society.
The postcard was published around 1912.







Kolumbian Klub
Kolumbian Klub

The postcard is from the 1920s. It shows the ante-bellum Spofford residence in which the original Ku Klux Klan was organized after the Civil War. The Spofford house was built around 1840 by Thomas Martin. Henry Spofford, his son-in-law, owned it after Martin's death in 1870.