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Michael W. Birmingham to Governor Henry J. Allen Anti-Cigarette Law 1919 - Page

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Michael Birmingham, calling himself "a soldier who has been over there," writes to Kansas Governor Henry Allen of Topeka asking for repeal of the "Anti-Cigarette Law" "Is the anti-cigarette law a national one? I think not." writes Birmingham. "You erect triumphal arches for us to march under on our victorous [sic] home coming march, but do you stop and consider that one of us may want a "Camel"? "

Creator: Birmingham, Michael W.
Date: June 13, 1919

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Item Number: 213692
Call Number: Governors Office Governor Henry Allen Box 14 Folder Legislative Special Session 1919
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 213692

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