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This is a telegram from Glenn Dale Stockwell, sent from Topeka, Kansas, to United States Representative Albert Cole, Washington, D.C. Stockwell, who was a resident of the Blue River Valley and a leading opponent of the Tuttle Creek dam construction, writes about the record rainfalls and the river discharge figures showing how inadequate the Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Program is for flood control.

Creator: Stockwell, Glenn Dale, 1901-1964
Date: August 17, 1951

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Item Number: 225697
Call Number: Albert Cole, Coll. #40, Box 39, Folder 5
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 225697

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