Kansas City in the Jazz Age & Great Depression

Dodd, George J.

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Correspondence

Letter from Judge Harry S. Truman to Judge George J. Dodd of Greenwood, Missouri in which Truman states his desire to cancel the county deficit as well as improve roads.

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Correspondence

Letter from Former Jackson County Judge George J. Dodd to current Judge Harry S. Truman. Dodd requests that Truman deny Judge Latshaw and Senator Cooper the position of Jackson County Counselor. Dodd then mentions that he prefers the Pendergast faction over the "Shannonites", but suggests that Truman stay out of Kansas City politics.