Out-State Negro Democratic Club

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Correspondence

Letter from Arthur Foster which includes "The Negroes Creed," a song about African American support for Lloyd Stark's candidacy for Missouri Governor.

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Correspondence

Letter from an official of the Negro Democratic Club asking gubernatorial candidate Lloyd Stark for a letter asserting his intention to govern for all Missourians "regardless of race, creed or color."

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Correspondence

Letter from Ernest O. Boone to Lloyd C. Stark reporting on opinions on Stark's candidacy throughout the northern Missouri and requests an endorsement on his behalf for the appointment of Negro inspector of schools.

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Correspondence

Letter from gubernatorial candidate Lloyd Stark to Arthur Foster, thanking him for his previous letter and financial contribution.

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Correspondence

Letter from Arthur Foster, secretary of the Out-State Negro Democratic Club, to gubernatorial candidate Lloyd Stark referring to an enclosed campaign contribution.

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Correspondence

Letter from Lloyd Stark to Arthur foster thanking him for his recent letter and a publication called "The Negroes Creed."

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Correspondence

Letter from Ernest O. Boone to Lloyd C. Stark discussing the need for "a better Lincoln University for the Negro Youth of the state" and information about the gubernatorial race.

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Correspondence
Clippings

Letter from Lloyd Stark to Arthur Foster thanking him for sending the attached newspaper clipping about William Hirth, Stark's opponent in the race for governor.

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Correspondence

Letter from gubernatorial candidate Lloyd Stark to Arthur Foster expressing his commitment to fair treatment of African Americans if elected governor.

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Correspondence

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

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