Stark, Lloyd C.

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Letter from Clarence Cannon to Lloyd C. Stark reporting on a dinner with William Hirth where Hirth expressed his intention of running for governor and described what he believed Stark's vulnerabilities were.

Letter from J. B. Journey to Lloyd C. Stark writing with information about sentiments regarding the governors race in Nevada and the rest of Vernon County.

Letter from Waldron explaining his disappointment in being rejected by the Stark campaign. He indiciates his intention to return to Topeka, Kansas.

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.

Receipt for a $15 basket of fruit, delivered on behalf of Lloyd Stark to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Pendergast aboard the Steamship Ile de France.

Letter from Carl G. Ryder to Governor Lloyd C. Stark, thanking him for his work looking into Machine influence, pleding his vote for James M. Douglas, and expressing belief that public support for Pendergast is waning: "Inclined to believe 'Tom's' sun is slowly setting."

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."

Anonymous letter implicating the Kansas City Police Department in voting irregularities and that state control of the department is what enabled fairer elections.

Letter alerting the Governor to the illegal activities of Roy Fulton, president of the union democratic club in Kansas City and operator of a brewery.

Letter from W. G. Dillon to Lloyd C. Stark, discussing Stark's opponents' attempts to slur him with his Pendergast connection, but says "the fact is that the Pendergast issue is not hurting us."

Letter from Lloyd C. Stark to Chester A. Franklin, editor of The Call newspaper, offering to discuss further his suggestions "concerning the need of better educational facilities for the Negroes in Missouri."

Letter from William Kitchen in which he states his ideas for handling Lloyd Stark's opponent in an upcoming speech.