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Clyde Martin Reed

Clyde Martin Reed
Date: Between 1929 and 1949
Clyde Martin Reed was elected the twenty-fourth Governor of Kansas from 1929 to 1931, and later served in the U.S. Senate from 1939 to 1949. He was the editor and publisher of the "Parson Sun" newspaper.


Governor Clyde Martin Reed

Governor Clyde Martin Reed
Date: Between 1929 and 1939
A formal portrait of Clyde Martin Reed who was the twenty-fourth Governor of Kansas, serving from 1929 to 1931, and later as U.S. Senator from 1939 to 1949. Reed was the editor and publisher of the "Parsons Sun" newspaper.


Senator Clyde Reed to Dr. D.L. Stewart

Senator Clyde Reed to Dr. D.L. Stewart
Creator: Reed, Clyde Martin, 1871-1949
Date: October 09, 1943
This letter from Kansas Senator Cylde Reed to Dr. D.L. Stewart concerns the segregation of blood based on race. Reed states, "It may well be true that there is no chemical or physical differences. I think that is conceded. Prejudice, however, sometimes is a more formidable obstacle than facts."


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