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Henry G. Owen

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In this letter, dated January 2nd, 1919, from Grand Forks, North Dakota (ND) Attorney Henry Grattan Owen to ND Attorney General William Langer, Owen describes his preliminary findings in Minot. He has made inquiries and been told that alcohol may be bought "by the drayload." He concludes that Minot is "one live town and lots of women to be had for the asking." He hopes to be able to provide more information the following day.

See also:

Letter from Henry G. Owen to Attorney General Langer Recounting Alcohol Sales in Minot, January 3, 1919

Letter from Henry G. Owen to Attorney General Langer Regarding Lawlessness in Minot and His Recent Injury, January 4, 1919

Letter from Attorney General Langer to Henry G. Owen Regarding Owen's Injury and Hospitalization, January 6, 1919

Letter from Henry G. Owen to Attorney General Langer Regarding Abuse of Police Power, January 10, 1919

Date of Work

1-2-1919

Keywords

Minot, Prohibition, Alcohol, prostitution

People Referenced

Henry G. Owen, William Langer

Disciplines

Political History | United States History

Letter from Henry G. Owen to Attorney General Langer Regarding Alcohol and Prostitution in Minot, January 2, 1919

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