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In this letter, dated April 15th, 1918, from Kersey Gowin to North Dakota (ND) Attorney General William Langer, Gowin refers to a man named Snow who did some work for Gowin on the recommendation of "Dan" (likely Assistant Attorney General Daniel V. Brennan, who had recently died), who hadn't been paid because Dan "is no longer here."
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Letter from Attorney General Langer to Kersey Gowin Reporting Return of "O. B.," death of Dan Brennan, and Payment to Gowin, April 3, 1918
Letter from Attorney General Langer to Kersey Gowin Pledging Protection and Payment for Snow and Requesting Report on Situation in Minot, April 17, 1918
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Prohibition, Investigation, Alcohol, Bootleggers, Bootlegging, Kersey Gowin, Minot
Daniel V. Brennan, Kersey E. Gowin, William Langer, Smith, Snow
Political History | United States History
Gowin, Kersey E., "Letter from Kersey Gowin to Attorney General Langer Regarding Payment for Snow, April 15, 1918" (1918). William Langer Papers. 281.