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E. Nettleblade, proprietor of the Black Diamond Coal Company in Osage City, Kansas, writes to Kansas Governor Allen of Topeka about the proposed Industrial Court legislation. In his letter, Nettleblade informs Allen of the trouble between union and non-union workers at a local coal mine and would like the situation investigated.

Creator: Black Diamond Coal Company
Date: December 9, 1919

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The Black Diamond Coal Company to Governor Henry J. Allen - 1

Item Number: 213570
Call Number: Governors Office Correspondence Governor Henry Allen Box 14 Folder Legislative session 1919
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 213570

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