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This letter may have been drafted by Kansas Governor John Martin of Topeka or his secretary. The letter informs H.M. Hoxie, Missouri Pacific Railway Company vice president, of a meeting with Missouri Governor John Marmaduke to discuss the effect of a recent railroad strike on Kansas and Missouri. The interruption of rail service had taken its toll on commerce and public pressure encouraged the governors of both states to intervene.

Creator: unknown
Date: March 19, 1886

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Item Number: 213041
Call Number: Governors Office, Martin, Correspondence, Box 29, Folder 6.
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 213041

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