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Letter dated May 14, 1917 from Deputy Sheriff E. M. Prentiss of Robinson, ND to Attorney General William Langer asking for clarification on how much liquor may be "shipped in," explaining that "mr Eastwold is not defferent in his instructions to me and him self and mr Price do not agree on the matter so it leaves me in a hard posison to know what to do...." He adds that "if there is any way I can stop the aughtful a mount being shipped in here I want to do it."
Letter from Attorney General Langer to Deputy Sheriff E. M. Prentiss Regarding Limitations on the Shipping in of Alcohol, May 15, 1917
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Mr. Eastwold, William Langer, E. M. Prentiss, Mr. Price
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Prentiss, E. M., "Letter from Deputy Sheriff E. M. Prentiss to Attorney General Langer Requesting Information on Limitations on the Shipping In of Alcohol, May 14, 1917" (1917). William Langer Papers. 224.