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In this letter, Glen Stockwell outlines his reasons for opposing the construction of a dam on Tuttle Creek in North Central, Kansas. Mr Stockwell writes to Leslie Templin to provide background information about Public Law 566 that authorized the Department of Agriculture to enter into assistance agreements with small watersheds for the purpose of controlling soil erosion and floods.

Creator: Stockwell, Glenn D.
Date: November 1, 1955

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Item Number: 215429
Call Number: Governor's Office, Hall, Corrrespondence File, 1955-57, Box 6 Folder Tuttle Creek Dam and Reservoir
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 215429

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