The committee investigated the accounts of the superintendent of public instruction, the auditor, and the state treasurer. In each office the examiners found the "books and accounts neatly and correctly kept" and any discrepancies were quickly...
In the first letter, written April 9, 1917, Burgess discusses a proposed bill promoting "compulsory or universal military training" for men ages eighteen to twenty-five. He asks Bankhead to have the bill amended to lower the age of eligibility: "To...
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