"A Plea to the Public and the Taxpayers of North Dakota for Justice" by Dr. T. H. Druen, Undated
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In this undated statement, Dr. T. H. Druen, an inmate at the North Dakota State Penitentiary, claims he is innocent of the murder of his young daughter and is the subject of a conspiracy hatched by George Ryerson, States Attorney for Renville County. Druen further alleges that he did not receive a fair trial from Judge Alexander Burr.
Letter from P. B. Rognli to Attorney General Langer Regarding T. H. Druen, November 7, 1919
Letter from F. E. Packard for Attorney General Langer to P. B. Rognli Regarding T. H. Druen, November 10, 1919
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Dr. T. H. Druen, Murder, North Dakota State Penitentiary
Alexander Burr, T.H. Druen, William Langer, George Ryerson
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Druen, T.H., ""A Plea to the Public and the Taxpayers of North Dakota for Justice" by Dr. T. H. Druen, Undated" (1919). William Langer Papers. 149.