Account of Joseph Slade Which Has Been Hoarded in a Julesburg Barbershop
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Typed transcript with cover letter by Don R. Mahill, Aug. 1934. Author unknown.
- August 1934
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Biographical / Historical
"Jack" Slade was superintendent for Overland Stage Line at Julesburg and Virginia Dale, Colo. Led a colorful life and was hanged by a miners' court in Montana, 1864.
1 envelope (7 leaves)
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Transfer, Joseph G. Masters Papers (WH231)
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