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This letter was written by Alicia Vandahl, Randolph, Kansas, to United States Representative Albert Cole, Washington, D.C. She writes in opposition to building Tuttle Creek dam because she believes it will not be just one dam but will lead to 20 to 40 others. She doesn't want Kansas river valleys destroyed and believes the dams won't prevent flooding. She wants the issue studied and asks Cole to wait until the President's Missouri Basin Review Committee completes its study.

Creator: Vandahl, Alicia
Date: February 04, 1952

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Item Number: 225695
Call Number: Albert Cole Coll. # 40, Box 39, Folder 3
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 225695

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