Letter from Charles B. Penrose to Bob, April 22, 1892

Charles provides his friend U.S. Attorney Robert "Bob" Ralston with his version of events in the Invasion. Charles also comments on the story circulating in Wyoming that he had "poison pills" to be used against cattle rustlers and to poison water and flour. Charles explains the pills were actually a medicinal compound for washing wounds.

Resource Identifier
Charles B. Penrose papers, Collection No. 9626, Box 1, Folder 3, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming
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