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Ruhl, Arthur (1876-1935) to William N. Haskell

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09761.11 Author/Creator: Ruhl, Arthur (1876-1935) Place Written: Ufa, Russia Type: Typed letter Date: 27 June 1922 Pagination: 2 p. ; 27 x 20.6 cm.

Summary of Content: One typed letter from Arthur Ruhl to William N. Haskell dated Ufa, Russia, June 27, 1922. Pertains to travelling through Moscow districts; Samara, Ufa and Orenburg. Describes transportation methods, representation in the districts and turmoil between them, Colonel Bell's efforts to unify the districts, environmental status, hospital capacities, and its interactions with an Estonian man named Ruus.

People: Ruhl, Arthur, 1876-1935
Haskell, William N. Jr., 1878-1952

Historical Era: Progressive Era to New Era, 1900-1929

Subjects: RussiaWelfareInternational RelationsInternational reliefHospitalAgriculture and Animal HusbandryFamineFarm WorkHealth and Medical

Sub Era: The Great Depression

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