Letter from L.H. Hughes to Mrs. Annette Adams

Letter from L.H. Hughes to Annette Adams, Assistant U.S. District Attorney dated September 18, 1917. In the letter, Hughes inquires about the whereabouts of Santokh Singh (misspelled Santogh) and writes that he is "interested in some litigation for some local Hindus." Singh was arrested in connection with the Hindu-German conspiracy.

Freedom Movement

Date: September 19, 1917
Type: Correspondence
Language: English
Creator: L.H. Hughes
Location: Quinoy, CA

Holding Institution: The National Archives at San Francisco
Digitizer: Xiaoda Wang
Item History: 2013-05-05 (created); 2013-05-22 (modified)

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