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Preston to Moyle & Moyle on Options for Continuing the Service of the U.I.C. Lines, January, 1947

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Preston to Moyle & Moyle on Options for Continuing the Service of the U.I.C. Lines, January, 1947

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A copy of a letter from Geo. Preston, the attorney from Logan, to Moyle and Moyle Attorneys at Law in Salt Lake City on January 10, 1947. Preston discusses some possible options for having the U.I.C. real estate and property sold to a bidder who can continue to operate the lines. He mentions that protests among the employees, businesses, and others affiliated with the railroad would be helpful in getting such a measure approved and accomplished.

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Utah State University, Merrill-Cazier Library, Special Collections & Archives, Herschel Bullen, Jr. Papers, 1883-1966 (MSS 178, Box 20, Folder 2, Items 2 & 3)

Date

1947-01-10

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Reproduction for publication, exhibition, web display or commercial use is only permissible with the consent of the USU Merrill-Cazier Library, Special Collections & Archives (email: SCWeb@usu.edu)

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SCAMSS0178Bx020Fd02Pgs002-003

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