Letter from Jesse Barrett to Lowell R. Johnson inquiring about the possibility of filing a contest of Missouri election results in order to prompt a probe.
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Letter to Lloyd Stark referring to an enclosed letter about the attitudes of African Americans toward his candidacy for governor.
Letter from William Hirth to Governor Lloyd C. Stark discussing the prospect of Colonel Whitten as U.S. District Attorney and the candidacy of Maurice Milligan for Senate. Hirth writes that Whitten "is not only a man of outstanding ability, ...
Response letter from Governor Guy Park to Tom Pendergast indicating that he will follow up with Mr. McBride regarding the Benefit Building & Loan Association.
Letter from Jack Stapleton to Tom Pendergast praising Lloyd Stark's candidacy for governor and congratulating the organization for endorsing him. He references an enclosed article.
Unsigned letter to Governor Lloyd C. Stark, writing that Kansas City's oppression under Pendergast "is only exceeded by Hitler abroad." The letter thanks Stark for his work in cleaning up state goverment and suggests that he looks into Jackson County courts.
Letter from Governor Lloyd C. Stark to the headquarters of James Douglas' campaign for Missouri Supreme Court, asking them to look into whether Anna Watson of Marceline is working for the Billings campaign, as she said she was obligated to Tom Pendergast.
Letter from Ralph F. Lozier to Charles M. Howell in which Ralph explains why Charles should drop out of his Senate campaign race so that Ralph may enter with Pendergast's support.
Letter from S. M. Scott to Guy B. Parks reporting his belief that the election of August 4th being "a delibrate [sic] steal."
Letter from Lloyd C. Stark to J. O. L. Goggin regarding his offers of assistance, and remarking that it looks like he will receive the Democratic nomination for governor without a "knock-down and drag-out" fight.
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 Ewing Young Mitchell, Jr. to George G. Vest on July 9, 1932. Mitchell informs Vest of C. W. Greenwade's belief that Thomas J. Pendergast will not support more than 7-8 candidates for Congress. Thus, Mitchell suggests that Vest seeks the support of other Kansas City leaders in his campaign.