Letter from Eleanor W. Carroll to Mrs. Katherine Stark, regarding Katherine's husband Lloyd C. Stark's candidacy for governor. She discusses Republican and Democratic support for Stark's camapaign and letters she has written to anti-Pendergast friends.
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Letter signed "A friend" to Governor Lloyd C. Stark, describing specific incidents of fraud in the 1938 primary election.
An anonymous letter praising Stark for his efforts to dismantle the Pendergast machine.
Letter from Edna Wilhoit to Governor Lloyd C. Stark, complaining about corrupt elections, and connections between election judges, WPA workers, and the Pendergast machine.
Letter from Floyd Jacobs to gubernatorial candidate Lloyd Stark discussing his prospects for success in various parts of Missouri.
Letter from Virgil Reddington to Governor Lloyd C. Stark. Reddington writes to report on the state of the election rolls in the Seventh Ward, and to mention that he lost his job as a city fireman after refusing to accept a large salary cut. He hopes the governor can help him to obtain employment.
Letter from Harl Garner congratulating gubernatorial candidate Lloyd Stark for receiving the support of the Kansas City-based Pendergast political machine.
Letter from Lloyd C. Stark to "Gil P. Bourke [sic]", acknowledging that Bourk will be taking over the political activities of Casimir Welch, and including a newspaper clipping about that handover.
Letter from F. W. Amick to Lloyd C. Stark reporting that Stark is already receiving positive support in his run for governor and offering future assistance.
Unsigned postcard to Lloyd C. Stark expressing disappointment that Stark has "wander[ed] into Pendergast's stock yards" and asserts that Stark's gubernatorial ambitions will be ruined by the association.
Letter from Ralph B. Shepard to Governor Lloyd C. Stark, concerned about the safety and honesty of upcoming elections. He claims that "on Election day [the machine will] allow 20 votes to the Honest people and 630 to the Crooked Machine."
First page of a multi-page letter to Governor Lloyd Stark, encouraging him to remove R. Emmet O'Malley from his position as Insurance Commissioner.