Letter from Bennett C. Clark to James A. Reed. Clark discusses a Redistricting Bill and asks Reed to ask for Thomas J. Pendergast's input on the matter.
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Letter from U. A. McBride to Sam Hargus, indicating that Tom Pendergast was recommending him for a government position.
Letter from Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Ward of Clinton County to Lloyd C. Stark describing the opportunity for support for his candidacy among farmers in Caldwell and Clinton counties.
Letter from Pleas Malcom to gubernatorial candidate Lloyd Stark congratulating him on his recent endorsement by Tom Pendergast of Kansas City.
Letter from James T. Lloyd to Lloyd C. Stark, reporting on his support throughout the state and the other men who may decide to run for governor. Lloyd writes that Stark has support in Lewis County, but that most areas remain undecided.
Letter from Chas. W. Dickey to Governor Lloyd C. Stark, discussing the influence of the Pendergast machine and Kansas City politics through the state, and thanking him for his work to clean up government. Dickey writes that Stark's work "presages ...
Letter from Ewing Young Mitchell, Jr. to his nephew, Kansas City Court of Appeals Judge Ewing C. Bland on January 18, 1937. Mitchell continues his heated response by claiming that Bland was only elected because of his father's (Richard P. Bland) reputable civic career.
Letter from Von Mayes to Governor Lloyd C. Stark. Mayes reports that he has worked with the Pendergast machine in the past but that now he believes that "the fraud exposures in Kansas City unfit him for a leader outstate."
Letter from Lloyd C. Stark to Missouri gubernatorial candidate Francis Wilson, recommending he help out Clarence Cannon in exchange for assistance on the campaign.
Telegram from Tom Pendergast to Senator James A. Reed regarding "the Franklin matter."
Letter from John M. Breen to Governor Park indicating his desire for an appointment to the Food and Drug department, with the endorsement of Tom Pendergast.
Letter from Teasdale in which he asks Lloyd Stark to visit his town of Farmington and assure some Democratic voters that he is not the pawn of Tom Pendergast.