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Letter from Grand Forks County Sheriff A. F. Turner to North Dakota Attorney General William Langer, in reply to a request from Langer for information on drinks and tobacco being sold.
Turner reports on several drinks sold, but says he can not find W. B. Right Cut tobacco being sold, noting that those who use snuff and right-cut chewing tobacco go to East Grand Forks, Minnesota to purchase it.
The letter is signed by chief deputy Odin Oberby for Sheriff A. F. Turner.
Letter from Attorney General Langer to Grand Forks County Sheriff A. F. Turner Requesting Samples of Malta, July 19, 1917
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alcohol, malt, prohibition, tobacco
William Langer, Odin Overby, A. F. Turner
Political History | United States History
Turner, A. F., "Letter from Grand Forks County Sheriff A. F. Turner to Attorney General Langer Regarding Sales of Malt and Tobacco, July 17, 1917" (1917). William Langer Papers. 240.