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A long letter of proposal from William H. Schofield to the members of the Board of Trade Association of Leavenworth, Kansas. Mr. Schofield proposes to build a railroad from Leavenworth, through Topeka, Hutchison and continuing in a south westerly direction to the Cimmaron River and the Kansas state line. The proposed line would be the shortest distance by 50 miles from the pan handle of Texas to the Missouri River and onward to the markets Kansas City and Chicago. Initally, Mr. Schofield would like for Leavenworth to furnish $20,000 for the primary expenditure.

Creator: Schofield, William H.
Date: Feb 10, 1885

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Item Number: 213667
Call Number: K Port 385 L48tm Box 3 Folder 1
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 213667

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