Stark, Lloyd C.

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Correspondence

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.

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Correspondence

Letter from A. Reed Wilson to gubernatorial candidate Lloyd Stark, updating him on activities related to his campaign in Kansas City.

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Correspondence

In this letter, Watts asserts his position that Tom Pendergast was compelled to support Lloyd Stark's candidacy for Governor by the success of the campaign. He also inquires if Stark is a Mason. He concludes by urging Stark not to take his opponent lightly and to avoid overconfidence.

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Correspondence

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

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Correspondence

Letter from Jimmy Hurst to Mrs. Powell regarding Stark's campaign and marshalling machine support.

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Correspondence

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

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Correspondence

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

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Correspondence

Letter from Missouri candidate for Governor Lloyd Stark to F. X. Teasdale explaining his resistance to being aligned with any particular political faction.

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Correspondence

Letter from H. R. Conway to gubernatorial candidate Lloyd Stark discussing potential difficulty winning Saline County, Missouri in the election.

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Correspondence

Letter from Mary F. Steward to Missouri gubernatorial candidate Lloyd Stark, reporting on a meeting she had with two members of Tom Pedndergast's organization.

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Miscellaneous Documents

Press release from democratic Headquarters which quotes extensively from gubernatorial candidate Lloyd Stark. Content largely counters the argument that Stark is beholden to the Pendergast political machine.

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Correspondence

Anonymous letter complaining about corruption and gambling in Kansas City.

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