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Letter, dated February 13, 1937, from Eugene S. Leggett, acting executive director of the National Emergency Council in Washington D.C., to Governor William Langer in reply to Langer's telegram of Feb. 6 requesting an increase of $7 in the average grant size given to a family by the Resettlement Administration. Leggett replies that an increase in the amounted suggested by the Governor would exhaust the funds available for existing grants.
National Emergency Council, Relief, Resettlement Administration
National Emergency Council, Resettlement Administration
William Langer, Eugene S. Leggett
Leggett, Eugene S., "Letter from Eugene S. Leggett to Governor Langer Regarding Size of Resettlement Grants 1937" (1937). William Langer Papers. 81.