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Letter from Attorney General William Langer to Henry G. Owen replying to Owen's report of January 4, 1919 in which Owen informed Langer that he had injured himself and was hospitalized, and inquired about renting space and buying furniture in Minot. In this letter Langer expresses his regrets over Owen's bad luck getting injured, and approves Owens renting space and purchasing furnishings, cautioning him to "go light on the furniture."
alcohol sales, Minort, prohibition, prostitution
William Langer, Henry G. Owen, Albert Sheets, Jr.
Langer, William, "Letter from Attorney General Langer to Henry G. Owen Regarding Owen's Injury and Hospitalization, 1919" (1919). William Langer Papers. 142.