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September 4, 1919, letter from Jay Reed, President of the Reed Brothers Department Store in Dickinson, North Dakota, to Attorney General William Langer regarding several pool halls in that town. Reed remarks that the local police are unable to "get on the inside" and asks that Langer's undercover investigators (known as "Flying Squadrons") take on the case.
Flying Squadrons, Pool Halls, Dickinson
Reed Brothers Department Store
William Langer, Jay Reed
Reed, Jay W., "Letter from Jay Reed regarding Dickinson Pool Halls, September 1919" (1919). William Langer Papers. 156.