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Inventory and account of stock taken by Police Judge George A. Huron of some of the things done by the police department and police court in carrying out the law enforcement issue that won in the city campaign two years before.

Creator: Huron, George A.
Date: March 1915

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Law enforcement. What it means to Topeka - Front Cover

Item Number: 211794
Call Number: K 178.5 Pam. v. 3 no. 13
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 211794

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