1920, January 8: Agent McLaughlin, BOI, St. Louis, MO, re "Eva Zlotchever traveling under alias Eva Adams"

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[James] McLaughlin, ["Special Agent in Charge," St. Louis, Missouri] to [Frank] Burke, Department. of Justice [Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC], January 8, 1920.

Topic for discussion: Eve's "deportation"
Eve "detained here not naturalized assure, in her possession radical literature Solicitor for Liberator. Please wire whether wanted and any information which would assist in making deportation case." 

This is the earliest mention of a federal agent discussing Eve's "deportation." What is the relevance of this to Eve's later history?

Research: James McLaughlin
Is there any evidence about Agent McLaughlin and the BOI, St. Louis, MO, that would shed life on this extremely important reference to Eve's possible "deportation"? For a start see FBI St. Louis History: https://www.fbi.gov/history/field-office-histories/stlouis

Document discovered by Brian Joseph Ferree.