|Rep. A. Johnson cable to H. Laughlin about appointing him as an agent of immigration|
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|The Harry H. Laughlin Papers, Truman State University, papers, C-4-1,6|
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All America Cables
Received At 133 A Main Street
Hempstead, New York
Tel. Hempstead 5316-[illegible]
[right box mostly illegible]
[message]N3 14 2 Extra Govt NM Tacoma Washn Aug 8 1930
DR. H.H. LAUGHLIN=
COLDSPRINGHARBOR LONGISLAND NY=
HAVE WIRED SECRETARY DAVIS PERSONAL REQUEST THAT YOU BE MADE IMMIGRATION AGENT =
ALBERT JOHNSON M C TACOMA WASHN.
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