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Letter dated June 1, 1920 from Assistant Attorney General Albert E. Sheets, Jr. to Fred J. Traynor, F******* D**'s attorney, informing Traynor that the stenographer failed to enclose the notice letter from the Clerk of the Supreme Court that Sheets had mentioned in a previous letter dated May 25, 1920. Sheets states that he he has enclosed the letter in this mailing. He also informs Traynor that because the Court is up to date on their calendar, the case of State v. Stepp will be brought on trial shortly after the respondent's briefs are filed.
State v. Stepp
Albert E. Sheets Jr., Fred J. Traynor
Political History | United States History
Sheets, Albert E. Jr., "Letter from Albert E. Sheets Jr. to Fred J. Traynor regarding the Clerk's Notice Letter for State v. Stepp, 1920" (1920). William Langer Papers. 311.