Letter, 1913 Apr. 17, Charleston, W. Va. [to] Fred D. Warren, Girard, Kan. / John Kenneth Turner.

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Turner, John Kenneth, 1879-1948. Letter, 1913 Apr. 17, Charleston, W. Va. [to] Fred D. Warren, Girard, Kan. / John Kenneth Turner.

Letter, 1913 Apr. 17, Charleston, W. Va. [to] Fred D. Warren, Girard, Kan. / John Kenneth Turner.

Discusses articles on West Virginia strikes.

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