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Letter dated September 25, 1919 from C.J. Murphy to William Langer, replying to a previous letter from Langer, regarding E.F. Meier. Murphy outlines Meier's activity regarding enforcement of prohibition law, developing into a "sort of detective but a poor grade one," who on suspicion opened and separated shipments to a local druggist named Knoll, confiscating medicines that contained alcohol, causing problems for Knoll.
Prohibition, medicine, drugs, Berwick
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Murphy, C. J., "Letter from C.J. Murphy to William Langer Regarding E.F. Meier, September 25, 1919" (1919). William Langer Papers. 187.