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Letter dated February 25, 1919 from Governor William Langer to Judge Kneeshaw he has received Kneeshaw's letter of February 20 and accepts Kneeshaw's conclusion.
Langer elaborates that Attorney Fletcher of Langdon has informed Langer that "they" are taking steps to have Mr. Steppe arrested again and that Mr. Grimson would issue a warrant. Langer says that Kneeshaw's conclusion is the final word and Langers office will regard the case as closed.
State V. Stepp
Fletcher, Hiram Steppe, Kneeshaw, Grimson, William Langer
Political History | United States History
Langer, William, "Letter From Governor Langer To Judge W. J. Kneeshaw Regarding Kneeshaw's Conclusion Regarding the D**-Stepp Case, 1919" (1919). William Langer Papers. 295.