From C. M. Kackley to Lloyd C. Stark

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Letter from C. M. Kackley to Governor Lloyd C. Stark, writing that it has only been a few years since "many poor devil and women have been consigned to the cold gray walls of prison for doing ... the bidding of a blood sucking vampire, barnicles on the body politic," and "representatives of a desperate reckless and malicious organization, in the city known as the Heart of America." He hopes that in the upcoming primary, citizens "may go forward and exercise her or her elective franchise, protected and immuned from threats" thanks to Stark's work as governor.

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July 26th 1938
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902 Walnut Street
Kansas City, MO
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Call or Box Number, Collection Title: 
Stark, Lloyd Crow (1886-1972), Papers, 1931-1941, C0004
Digital Object Identifier: 
SHSMO-C0004-F04177-0001
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