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Correspondence relating to the capitol building in Lecompton, Kansas Territory. Lecompton served as the official capital of territorial Kansas from 1855 until 1861. Letters include contractual obligations, claims of work, and inadequate funding from several individuals, including Charles A. Perry, Findley Patterson, and F.J. Marshall.

Date: 1858

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Item Number: 225780
Call Number: Territorial Executive Department, Correspondence and Miscellaneous Documents, 1858, Box 1
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 225780

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