Letter from Lewis Easton to Attorney General Langer Regarding Tax on Movie Theaters, Laws Pertaining to Hunting with Dogs, August 22, 1919
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In this letter, dated August 22, 1919, from Lewis Easton of Buffalo, North Dakota (ND), to ND Attorney General William Langer, Easton explains that he has contacted Langer's office requesting an application for paying state tax on his theater in Buffalo, but has heard nothing, so he is now contacting Langer personally to attend to the matter.
Easton adds that, as Justice of the Peace, he is often asked about about laws regarding hunting with dogs, and would like Langer to advise him on that as well.
Letter from Attorney General Langer to Lewis Easton Regarding Tax on Movie Theaters, August 23, 1919
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Brotherhood of American Yeomen, taxes, theater, hunting, dogs
Brotherhood of American Yeomen
Lewis Easton, William Langer
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Easton, Lewis, "Letter from Lewis Easton to Attorney General Langer Regarding Tax on Movie Theaters, Laws Pertaining to Hunting with Dogs, August 22, 1919" (1919). William Langer Papers. 160.