See also: klädd
Kladd (plural Kladds)
- A conductor and custodian in the Ku Klux Klan.
2008, Kathleen M. Blee, Women of the Klan: racism and gender in the 1920s, page 37:
- When all officers were assembled, the kladd certified that everyone present was a valid member of the WKKK.
- 2011, Stetson Kennedy, David Pilgrim, The Klan Unmasked (page 46)
- The Kladd and Night Hawk staggered off with their burdens, and the Klan square opened and swallowed them up. In a moment they were both back. “Attention!” the Kladd bellowed. “Fall in—single file, right hand on the shoulder of the man in front of you!”