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In this letter, dated January 23, 1918, from Salvation Army Ensign Marshall to North Dakota (ND) Attorney General William Langer, Marshall refers to the planned visit of ND state senator Oscar Lindstrom, and writes that he has been expecting Langer to call him to the meeting with Lindstrom since Langer's last letter on December 15, 1917. Marshall speculates that Langer must be busy and have good reason not to call. Marshall also writes that he would like to hear from Langer about the case as soon as convenient.
File of Correspondence About the Oscar Lindstrom Case from 1916 and 1917
Letter from Attorney General Langer to Salvation Army Ensign Marshall Regarding Their Upcoming Meeting with Oscar Lindstrom, December 15, 1917
Letter from Attorney General Langer to Salvation Army Ensign Marshall Regarding Oscar Lindstrom, January 25, 1918
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Oscar Lindstrom, Bismarck
Oscar Lindstrom, Ensign Marshall, William Langer
Political History | United States History
Marshall, "Letter from Salvation Army Ensign Marshall to Attorney General Langer Regarding Oscar Lindstrom's Planned Visit to Bismarck, January 23, 1918" (1918). William Langer Papers. 190.