This letter is part of the larger William Beach Locke Collection available at the Center for Western Studies. The collection contains correspondence from William A. Beach (South Dakota) to his brother, John Beach in California, during the late 1920s through the end of the 1930s. This correspondence contains references to the Will A. Beach Printing Company, crop health and weather, dust storms, real estate, the Depression, and family matters. The collection also contains photographers and samples of printed work from the Will A. Beach Printing Company (1889-1939) including a map of South Dakota (1906), promotional blotters, theatre programs, and a commemorative history of the company.
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