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This report by Ogden Jones, a geologist for the State Board of Agriculture, includes detailed information about the effects of the drought that struck Kansas during the 1930s and spawned the Dust Bowl. Jones cites precise figures about water levels in major rivers and wells, in addition to information about crops such as winter wheat, sorghum, oats, hay, rye, and fruits (apples, grapes, etc?). The report also contains maps.

Creator: Kansas. State Board of Agriculture. Division of Water Resources
Date: August 28, 1936

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Drought report to Governor Landon - Front Cover

Item Number: 211833
Call Number: Governor's Correspondence, Landon, Box 3, Folder 14
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 211833

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