Park, Guy B.

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Letter from Harry S. Truman in Independence, Missouri to his wife Bess in Biloxi, Mississippi. In this revealing letter, Truman provides a detailed update on politics in Kansas City and says, "The Star is making a goat of me--not a Pendergast goat either but a tax goat. I'll lick the whole gang yet and make 'em like it."

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Telegram from Kansas City political boss Tom Pendergast to Missouri Governor Guy Park, asking him to appoint James Austin Finch to the Board of Regents for the Teachers College of Cape Girardeau.

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Letter from Joseph Morton to Guy Park, accompanying a copy of a letter sent to gubernatorial candidate Lloyd Stark, stressing the need for action regarding allegations of election fraud in recent Kansas City primaries.

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Letter from Kansas City political boss Tom Pendergast to Governor Guy Park, asking that he compel the Missouri legislature to appoint more Justices of the Peace in Kansas City.

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Letter from Jim Pendergast to Missouri Governor Guy Park recommending R. Robert Cohn for an appointment to the Workmen's Compensation Commission.

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Letter from Rich Correll to Governor Guy Park, referencing an enclosed Moberly Message editorial which defends Park from criticism.

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Letter from sitting Missouri Governor Guy Park to Jim Pendergast, indicating his desire to speak with incoming Governor Lloyd Stark about Pendergast's recommended appointment to the Workmen's Compensation Commission.

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Letter from Tom Pendergast to Missouri Governor Guy Park, asking for the State's involvement in "Crippled Children's Week."

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Correspondence

Letter from Martha E. Truman to Guy B. Park, thanking him for his congratulations and basket of flowers on the event of her son Harry Truman being elected to the U.S. Senate.

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Correspondence

Response letter from Governor Park to Tom Pendergast describing his intention to help Greene Thompson with an appointment if possible.

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Letter from A. D. Gresham to Governor Park offering support and encouragement to his administration. Gresham offers his thoughts about alcohol policy and taxation, implying that he would be interested in a position on a control board.

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Correspondence

Letter from Ewing Young Mitchell, Jr. to Marie Plummer on January 18, 1937. Mitchell confirms that he sent a letter to Judge Ewing C. Bland concerning Plummer's termination at the District Court of Appeals in Kansas City. He does not believe there is anything he can do in aiding Plummer's reinstatement there and cautions her about making threats. He says, "It would not cost over $50 to have you assassinated, and if you were[,] certainly nothing would be done about it." Mitchell then suggests that she should always be accompanied by someone.

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