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Soldiers' Orphan Home, Atchison

Soldiers' Orphan Home, Atchison
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1885-1889 : Martin)
Date: 1885-1889
These letters, spanning 1886 to 1887, are from various individuals regarding the Soldiers' Orphan Home in Atchison, Kansas to Kansas Governor John Martin. They wrote applying to be either accepted into the home, a teacher, superintendent, or physician. The Soldiers' Orphan Home was established in Atchison, Kansas in 1886.

Statehouse Commissioner

Statehouse Commissioner
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1879-1883: Glick)
Date: 1883-1885
These letters are from various individuals regarding the Statehouse Commissioner position to Kansas Governor G. W. Glick. One letter protests the reinstatement of John Hammond, while others endorse his reinstatement. There is also a letter from Hammond in regards to keeping the position. Others endorse J. H. Holmes and C. A. Cozine. Glick appointed J. B. Anderson and J. M. Hood to the position.

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