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Letter to E. E. Calvin, August 13, 1922

 
Form 2191 C.S. TELEGRAM Time Filed-------------M SYMBOL X CLASS OF SERVICE REQUIRED Px Preferred Immediate delivery Dx Day Delivery during day Nx Night Delivery by next morning Indicate by X in proper line the class of service required. Do not specify preferred service if other service will answer the purpose. E.E. Calvin 8-13 My investigation convinces me situation is as serious as we believed and that governor's arrival is very opportune. I think he fully realizes situation was bad and He is endeavoring to get Big Four back and says he will stay here as long as it is necessary to [clear?] He has not given me his whole plan and does not want them sent over wire until
Title
Letter to E. E. Calvin, August 13, 1922
Description
Letter handwritten on telegram form informing Calvin of railroad workers strike situation in Las Vegas.
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Source
97 19--File 10-2
Original Collection
Original Date
1922-08-13
Subject (TGM)
City or Town
County
State
Nevada;
Collection Subject (TGM)
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Genre (TGM)
Language
eng
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http://digital.library.unlv.edu/u?/dig,4
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University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries
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TIFF scanned at 300 dpi on Epson Expression 10000XL using EPSON Scan Ver. 2.94A.;
Digital ID
snv002475
Master File Creation Date
2009-03-02
Master File Extent
10.7 MB
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image/tiff;
 

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