In the first letter, written February 17, 1919, Owen thanks Pahnke for the material he has sent, and he asks him to gather postcards, pamphlets, weapons, and uniforms to add to the collections at the Archives. He also discusses events in...
In the letter McDonough mentions that when Governor Kilby was in office, he had submitted to him and the convict board "a proposal which would solve the situation for all times." He had also talked to William Brandon about the matter before his...
The letter addresses Gunter's warning that Governor Kilby's supporters are planning to work against Underwood's reelection in the fall. At the time the letter was written, Underwood was a member of the United States Senate (he served there from...
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