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Governor Andrew Shoeppel doctor shortage correspondence

Kansas. Governor (1943-1947 : Schoeppel)

This correspondence between Governor Schoeppel and various individuals, including Senator Arthur Capper, addresses the serious shortage of medical doctors in Kansas in the later summer of 1945. Because of the urgent need for trained medical personnel during World War II, thousands of doctors either joined the military or worked in military-run facilities. As a result, many states found themselves lacking the medical personnel that they needed to take care of the civilians not directly involved in fighting the war.

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Frank J. Sibley to Governor John St. John

Sibley, Frank J.

In this letter, having recently discovered the announcement of an August 1 appearance by Kansas Governor St. John that conflicts with a previous promise by the Governor to speak at Merriam Park, Frank Sibley urgently implores the Governor to honor his original commitment. It is on letterhead from the State of Kansas, Adjutant General's Office.

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G.W. Arbuckle to Governor John St. John

Arbuckle, G.W.

Kansas Governor John St. John receives a rather vague letter from G.W. Arbuckle of Ellis, Kansas, offering his services, reminding the Governor of an impending "application" which needs his attention and referencing a "song" sent to "musicians for revision."

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William Bonar to Governor John St. John

Bonar, William

William Bonar, a publisher from Mount Vernon, Ohio, sends Kansas Governor St. John a sample "unpretending" temperance flyer and offers to print and deliver more at a very competitive price.

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John Goodwine to Governor John St. John

Goodwine, John

Kansas Governor John St. John receives another request for copies of the proposed State Constitutional temperance amendments, this coming from Burrton, Kansas, citizen John Goodwine.

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Kansas Adjutant General miscellaneous correspondence

Kansas. Adjutant General's Office

Correspondence sent and received by Adjutant General Samuel H. Kelsey (1903-1905). Included are several requisitions for ordnance and clothing.

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Kansas Adjutant General miscellaneous correspondence

Kansas. Adjutant General's Office

Correspondence sent and received by Kansas Adjutant General Samuel H. Kelsey. Correspondents include Major Frank W. Butler, Captain Frank G. Babcock, Perry M. Hoisington, Captain Albert J. Jones, Captain J.F. Lawson, Captain Thomas A. Mayhew, Major E.W. Wellington, Captain Wilton D. Snodgrass, General Wilder S. Metcalf, and Brigadier General Henry Blanchard Freeman. Adjutant General Kelsey requested information relating to appropriation from other state militia and received responses from Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin, North Carolina, Virginia, New York, Connecticut, Ohio, Maryland, New Jersey, Tennessee, and Illinois. Also included in this correspondence are several bills and receipts for services from Ottawa Gas and Heating Company, Franklin County Hardware Company, Topeka Transfer and Storage Company, and the Missouri Pacific Railway Company, among others.

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C.B. Alfred to Governor John St. John

Alfred, C.B.

Working to keep saloons and drinkers out of Rossville, Kansas, C. B. Alfred asks Kansas Governor St. John to deliver a temperance lecture March 21.

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United States versus D. A. Butterfield for contempt

This letter written from Dr. J. B. Woodward to Judge Rush Elmore relates to the case against D. A. Butterfield for contempt. Woodward writes from Junction City, Kansas Territory on November 4, 1859 to notify Judge Elmore that Butterfield is too ill to travel to the court in Lecompton to serve as a juror.

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David C. Beach to Governor John St. John

Beach, David C.

Attorney David Beach of Winfield, Kansas, promises a large audience if Kansas Governor St. John will attend their temperance convention.

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