Pony Express: The 'just right' work uniform
In 1940, William Langer, probably the most colorful and controversial politician in North Dakota history, a native of Casselton, former 17th Governor of North Dakota (1933-34 -- removed from office by North Dakota Supreme Court after a fraud conviction, later acquitted after a new trial) and former 21st Governor (1937-1939) was campaigning for election to the U. S. Senate.
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