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Tuttle wrote from Buffalo, New York, about his plans to come to Kansas Territory by the fall. Alfred Gray had been a practicing lawyer in Buffalo before settling in Quindaro, Kansas Territory. Tuttle wrote about bank failures and the poor economy in the east. He also wanted Gray to send printed information about Kansas as he thought it would attract some of those out of work. He inquired if any of the literature was in German, as there were a number of out-of-work German immigrants in the area.

Creator: Tuttle, A.
Date: June 25, 1857

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Item Number: 996
Call Number: Alfred Gray Coll. #361, Box 1 Folder Correspondence 1855-1879
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 996

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