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This letter, dated October 30, 1917, from Kersey E. Gowin to Attorney General William Langer, reports on Gowin's efforts to recruit both an unnamed woman who Gowin feels is his "best chance to get on the inside" and a "frenchman" plasterer named Charles Fisher who speaks multiple languages and is also an outsider. Gowin also provides an update on several individuals who are bootlegging.
Letter from Kersey Gowin to Attorney General Langer Regarding Bootlegging and Prostitution in Minot, October 29, 1917
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Alcohol, Bootlegging, Bootleggers, Kersey Gowin, Minot, Prohibition
Great Northern Railway, Hodgins Transfer Barn, Farmer's Bank
Charles Collins, Charles Fisher, Kersey Gowin, Wilfred Smith, Caroline Talley, Fred Talley, Willis
Political History | United States History
Gowin, Kersey E., "Letter from Kersey Gowin to Attorney General Langer Regarding the Recruitment of a "Girl" to Work "Inside" and a Translator, October 30, 1917" (1917). William Langer Papers. 269.