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Pat Crow, ex-bandit and kidnapper is making every effort at Wash. to obtain passage of a bill by which un-reclaimed land would be turned into farms and homeland for ex-soldiers as a part of the Bonus Act. Crow, on extreme rt. with members of Senate Irrigation and Reclamation Comm. before whom he presented his plan. Left to right: Senators Sheppard, Walsh, Jones, of Wash., Shrotridge, McNary, Phipps, Oddie Cameron Kendrick and Godding

Pat Crow, ex-bandit and kidnapper is making every effort at Wash. to obtain passage of a bill by which un-reclaimed land would be turned into farms and homeland for ex-soldiers as a part of the Bonus Act. Crow, on extreme rt. with members of Senate Irrigation and Reclamation Comm. before whom he presented his plan. Left to right: Senators Sheppard, Walsh, Jones, of Wash., Shrotridge, McNary, Phipps, Oddie Cameron Kendrick and Godding

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