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Robert Heike to Arthur Capper

Robert Heike to Arthur Capper
Creator: Heike, Robert J.
Date: May 4, 1918
This letter from Robert Heike, Jr., pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lydia, Kansas, to Kansas Governor Arthur Capper of Topeka, addresses the use of the German language during church services. Heike explains that the local War Committee has asked that church services conducted in German be stopped, and he would like to know if a federal law exists prohibiting services in languages other than English.


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