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Kansas Adjutant General miscellaneous correspondence

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Creator: Kansas. Adjutant General's Office

Date: 1897

Level of Description: File unit

Material Type: Government record

Call Number: Adjutant General's Office, Miscellaneous correspondence, January 1895-December 1902, Folder 4

Unit ID: 227396

Summary: Correspondence sent to the Adjutant General's Office in Topeka, Kansas. Colonel Hiram Allen was the Adjutant General for two years beginning in 1897. Several letters are inquiries made regarding pension money for military service and certificates of service. Other topics include the reorganization of regiments, requests for clothing for use at the State Normal Battalion in Emporia, and the Independent Colored Company of Leavenworth, also known as the Garfield Rifles. One letter addresses a reported ?malicious falsehood? written in the Topeka State Journal regarding a disturbance at the depot in Hutchinson upon the return home of Company E of the Second Regiment.

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Title (Main title): Kansas Adjutant General miscellaneous correspondence


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    Kansas State Agencies. Adjutant General's Department. Adjutant General's Office.