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Letter from Lloyd C. Stark to Governor Guy B. Park, endorsing Ernest O. Boone and his wife for the positions of Superintendent and Manager of the State Industrial Home for Girls in Tipton.

Date: 
December 22nd 1932

Letter from Ernest O. Boone to Lloyd C. Stark regarding desired job appointments for he and his wife.

Date: 
February 4th 1933

Letter from William Igoe to Lloyd Stark about Bernard Dickmann's candidacy for St. Louis mayor .

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February 18th 1933

Letter to William Igoe from Lloyd Stark concerning the St. Louis mayoral race, and Bernard Dickmann's candidacy in particular.

Date: 
February 23rd 1933

Letter from Cyril B. Brown to Samuel O. Hargus requesting an endorsement to Tom Pendergast for an appointment in R. Emmet O'Malley's insurance department.

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April 6th 1933

Letter from A. Reed Wilson to Lloyd C. Stark listing politicians throughout the state with whom he recommends Stark meet, and offering to introduce him to members of the Kemper family.

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December 11th 1934

Letter from A. Reed Wilson to Lloyd C. Stark, reporting that Tom Pendergast had "no objection ... to my furthering your cause with friends and associates out-state," and that he is getting "nothing but the most favorable response to your cause."

Date: 
November 12th 1934

Letter from Lloyd C. Stark to Tom Pendergast congratulating him on the birth of a granddaughter.

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December 1st 1934

Letter from Lloyd C. Stark to J. O. L. Goggin thanking him his campaign suggestions.

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December 20th 1934

Letter from J. O. L. Goggin to Lloyd C. Stark encouraging Stark to run for governor. He writes that "now is the time to make up your mind so that the 'powers' in the party can be rounded up and properly organized."

Date: 
December 6th 1934

Letter from Frank Monroe to Lloyd Stark discussing the potential of Stark's candidacy for Missouri Governor.

Date: 
December 6th 1934

Letter from John E. Robertson to Guy B. Park regarding violence and election fraud taking place at a March 6th primary election.

Date: 
March 13th 1934
From Lloyd Stark to Frank Monroe

Letter from Lloyd stark to Frank Monroe, thanking him for his recent letter. Stark refers to the recent birth of his daughter.

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December 19th 1934

Letter from Senator Harry S. Truman to Lloyd C. Stark, offering to provide Stark information on the "state situation" and saying his plan sounds "right and proper."

Date: 
April 5th 1935

Letter from William M. Ledbetter to Lloyd C. Stark discussing upcoming meetings with press associations and the support Stark has with various lawyers and politicians in the state versus other prospective candidates.

Date: 
June 16th 1935

Letter from C. L. Chandler to Lloyd C. Stark regarding the feelings in Malden, Missouri, about the upcoming governors race and Stark's prospects in particular.

Date: 
June 17th 1935

Letter from C. L. Chandler to Lloyd C. Stark, thanking him for the information about the political situation in his area.

Date: 
June 20th 1935

Letter from Lloyd C. Stark to C. L. Chandler, requesting further information about other prospective candidates for governor and their support in Chandler's area of the state.

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August 28th 1935

Letter from Lloyd C. Stark to Reginald D. Frame, thanking him for a letter of congratulations and noting "the almost unanimous support I have received from the Democratic Party in the different counties, and the solid backing of both the St. Louis and Kansas City Democracy."

Date: 
October 28th 1935

Letter signed "Hayz" to Lloyd C. Stark indicating that some people thought Roy McKittrick would be a strong opponent for Stark in the gubernatorial election and that the machine had not yet decided which candidate to support. He writes: "I told him that the Boss ought to put his okay on a man who would run good out in the state and keep the organization intact."

Date: 
July 2nd 1935

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