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Finlayson says his son-in-law is a very good molder but has been injured and cannot work until spring. He would like Finley to plead his case to the warden (Col. Dewey) of the State Prison and perhaps he would give him a job. The son-in-law could oversee the molding department. Abstract Number - 1111
State Prison Letters
Finleyson, James, "Letter from James Finleyson to James B. Finley" (1848). Finley Letters. 1095.