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In this letter written in Bunker Hill, Kansas, Mr. Kistler congratulates the newly elected governor on his promise to abolish the Industrial Court. Kistler, a farmer in western Kansas, tells the governor how he took up a homestead in Marshall County, Kansas, in 1869, and how over the years his political views have changed.

Creator: Kistler, Lloyd K.
Date: February 12, 1923

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Item Number: 214534
Call Number: Records of the Governor's Office, Governor J.M. Davis, Correspondence File, 1923-25, Box 21.5 Folder 8
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 214534

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