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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Lex Anteinternet: Governor Hunt's World War Two Correspondence, Hear...

Lex Anteinternet: Governor Hunt's World War Two Correspondence, Hear...: The American Heritage Center at the University of Wyoming has digitized Wyoming Governor Hunts papers , including correspondence he .received or sent concerning the Internment Camp at Hear Mountain.

Included in these, is a surprising example of somebody writing to the Governor to inquire about receiving a "Japanese girl" for work at her ranch home.  She was willing to pay wages, but still, its not something I'd expect to have found anyone inquiring about.  A surprising thing to read.

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