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E.H. Lindley to Governor Walter Huxman

E.H. Lindley to Governor Walter Huxman
Creator: Lindley, E.H.
Date: July 11, 1938
In this letter to Governor Huxman, University of Kansas Chancellor E.H. Lindley informs Huxman that a group of African Americans visited his office and complained that the university's medical school had never allowed an African American to graduate. Chancellor Lindley suggests to Huxman that the matter must be investigated because "our schools must be and remain open to all classes of citizens."


Emerald Moon to Governor Walter Huxman

Emerald Moon to Governor Walter Huxman
Creator: Moon, Emerald L.
Date: August 2, 1938
Kansas State School of Medicine student Emerald L. Moon thanks Governor Walter Huxman for "the attention and action he gave to the "unjust prejudice against members of my race." A complete transcription is available by clicking "Text Version" below.


Governor Harry H. Woodring, Correspondence Files, Box 16

Governor Harry H. Woodring, Correspondence Files, Box 16
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1931-1933 : Woodring)
Date: 1931
These folders contain correspondence state agency files and subject files from the Governor Woodring collection. Some subjects included are the American Legion, American Red Cross, American-War Mothers, Betsy Ross Corps, Boy Scouts, Child Welfare, and Coal.


Governor Walter A. Huxman, correspondence files, box 3

Governor Walter A. Huxman, correspondence files, box 3
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1937-1939 : Huxman)
Date: 1937-1939
These folders contain correspondence with Governor Huxman and are subdivided into appointment files, folders 1 - 15, and state agency files, folders 16 - 37. The state agency files contain routine correspondence to and from nearly all of the bureaus of the state government.


Governor Walter A. Huxman, correspondence files, box 4

Governor Walter A. Huxman, correspondence files, box 4
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1937-1939 : Huxman)
Date: 1937-1939
These folders contain correspondence with Governor Huxman and are subdivided into state agency files, folders 1 - 6, and subject files, folders 7 - 27. The state agency files contain routine correspondence to and from nearly all of the bureaus of the state government.


Governor Walter A. Huxman, correspondence files, box 5

Governor Walter A. Huxman, correspondence files, box 5
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1937-1939 : Huxman)
Date: 1937-1939
These folders contain correspondence subject files with Governor Huxman. Some subjects included are natural resources, race relations, gasoline taxation, tuberculosis, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Resettlement Administration, Farm Debt Adjustment, and the Works Progress Administration.


H.A. Kinney to Governor Walter Huxman

H.A. Kinney to Governor Walter Huxman
Creator: Emergency Dust Bowl Committee
Date: April 23, 1937
Secretary of the Emergency Dust Bowl Committee H. A. Kinney of Liberal (Seward County) sends Governor Walter Huxman of Topeka (Shawnee County) a copy of a telegram the committee sent President Franklin Roosevelt. The telegram appeals to the federal government for assistance in stopping the removal of top soil in the drought stricken areas of Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, and Kansas. The telegram advises that the present program of management by individual farmers is inadequate. H. A. Kinney was also Secretary of the Liberal Chamber of Commerce.


Mayme Moore and J.E. Farmer to Governor Walter Huxman

Mayme Moore and J.E. Farmer to Governor Walter Huxman
Creator: Moore, Mayme
Date: August 19, 1938
In this letter, Mayme Moore and J.E. Farmer of the Young Democrats Club of Sedgwick County--Colored Division, thank Governor Walter Huxman for his efforts to give African Americans "the advantages that have been heretofore denied us."


Reverand Justin Walz to Governor Walter Huxman

Reverand Justin Walz to Governor Walter Huxman
Creator: Walz, Reverend Justin
Date: December 11, 1937
This telegram, from Reverend Justin Walz to Governor Walter Huxman, protests the fact that federal funds to support hot lunches for children in need had ceased. Walz explains to Huxman that the lack of WPA "Hot Lunches" will leave the children of Ellis County "seriously in want of food."


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