Letters to D. B. Dyers
|Title:||Letters to D. B. Dyers|
|Call Number:||MS 86-20|
|Size:||0.25 linear feet|
|Processed By:||LMM, 6-1986; JEF, 11-6-1997; MN, 10-2008|
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This collection contains two letters to D. B. Dyers, an Indian agent and first mayor of Guthrie, Oklahoma. The letters are from Curtis and Burdett, a legal firm concerned with land cases and solicitations of claims. Dated April 13, 1882 and March 1921, the letters concern some land which rightfully belonged to the Native Americans, but the U.S. government wanted to purchase the land for its use.
Detailed Description: Box and Folder Listing
|Box 1||FF 1||Correspondence between D. B. Dyers and law firm Curtis and Burdett, 1882 and 1921.|