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April 18th, 1918, Attorney General William Langer writes to Kersey Gowin about his stay in Fargo and send mail in care of Gardner Hotel, adding that if Gowin needs him in Minot he will be there at any request.
Langer informs Gowin that he has had no luck getting Judge Coffee to come through to give Langer and Gowin a list of names.
Langer encourages Gowin to "drop him a line" if his presence is needed at the time of "the arrests."
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Prohibition, investigation, Kersey Gowin, Minot, Alcohol, arrests
Judge Coffee, Judge Coffer, J. A. Coffee, J. A. Coffer, Kersey Gowin, William Langer
Political History | United States History
Langer, William, "Letter from Langer to Gowin Regarding His Stay in Fargo, Judge Coffee, 1918" (1918). William Langer Papers. 315.