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Letter from Governor Langer to Governor of New Mexico Arthur Seligman regarding appropriated monies for dry land experiment stations being removed from the 1934-1935 federal budget. Governor Langer is concerned that without this appropriation of $250,000.00 some of the states included in the experiment may need to close their stations due to ongoing cost, and asks Governor Seligman to write the President in support of the appropriation reinstatement.
Identical letters were also sent to other governors including Governor Leslie Miller of Wyoming, Governor Edward Johnson of Colorado and Governor Miriam Ferguson of Texas.
dry land experiment stations, appropriation, federal budget
William Langer, Arthur Seligman
Langer, William, "Letter from Governor Langer to Governor Seligman of New Mexico Regarding Land Experiment Stations, 1934" (1934). William Langer Papers. 75.