Stark, Lloyd C.

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Letter from Dr. W. T. Elam to W. M. Marsh, discussing the alliances and influence of a "Dr. P." Elam clarifies that Dr. P's "loyalty will definitely be on the side of the Governor" but that "he and Dr. Bourke were both under obligation to Mr. P[endergast] for his endorsement."

Letter from J. O. L. Goggin to Tom Pendergast regarding Lloyd C. Stark's gubernatorial campaign. He discusses why he believes Stark will win election and offers his assistance.

Letter and statement from William Hirth, refuting accusations about his support of Jesse Barrett for Missouri Governor.

Letter from Charles D. Osborne to Lloyd C. Stark, writing with information about Stark's campaign in Morgan, Montieau, Cooper, and Pettis counties.

Letter from Walker C. Johnson to Lloyd Stark in which he describes the resentment toward the Pendergast machine in his part of Missouri.

Letter from J. H. Easley to Lloyd C. Stark about the state of his campaign in Laclede County.

Letter to Lloyd Stark referring to an enclosed letter about the attitudes of African Americans toward his candidacy for governor.

Letter from N. W. Branson to Governor Lloyd C. Stark, reporting the presence of Pendergast men on primary election day in Neosho.

Letter from Chas. W. Dickey to Governor Lloyd C. Stark, describing the influence of the Pendergast machine in Greene County, and lauding his work in cleaning up state politics.

Letter from Jack Stapleton to Lloyd Stark in which the author describes sending a note and clipping about Stark to Tom Pendergast. He also references the Nelson Art Gallery in Kansas City.

Letter from Harley Ferguson to Governor Lloyd C. Stark, describing the open gambling in Kansas City during the 1930s and hoping to shut it down. He expresses particular concern that gambling establishments are open on Sundays and open to women, and says they "operate without fear."

Letter from Sheriff B. R. Williams to Lloyd C. Stark, congratulating Stark on his endorsement by Pendergast and other Kansas City Democrats.

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