• Creator
  • Whitney, W.M.
  • Created Date
  • 1927
  • Description
  • W.M. Whitney of the Treasury Department in Seattle sends a report to Washington State Senator Wesley Jones regarding Agent Alfred Hubbard in connection to the case against Roy Olmstead, a famous bootlegger. The report discusses a deal made in which Hubbard would provide information about Olmstead's bootlegging activities to the police in exchange for a position as a Federal Prohibition Agent. The report outlines the information that Hubbard pr... more
    W.M. Whitney of the Treasury Department in Seattle sends a report to Washington State Senator Wesley Jones regarding Agent Alfred Hubbard in connection to the case against Roy Olmstead, a famous bootlegger. The report discusses a deal made in which Hubbard would provide information about Olmstead's bootlegging activities to the police in exchange for a position as a Federal Prohibition Agent. The report outlines the information that Hubbard provided and the many men who were tried and convicted along with Olmstead. less
  • Format
  • text
    Letter (correspondence)
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