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1 1 1934 Correspondence, Campaign
1 2 1937-1938 General File A
1 3 1937-1938 General File B
1 4 1937-1938 General File C
1 5 1937-1938 General File D
1 6 1937-1938 General File E
1 7 1936-1938 General File F
1 8 1937-1938 General File G
1 9 1937-1938 General File H
1 10 1937-1938 General File I
1 11 1937-1938 General File J
1 12 1937-1938 General File K
1 13 1937-1938 General File L
1 14 1937-1938 General File M
1 15 1937-1938 General File N
1 16 1937-1938 General File O
1 17 1937-1938 General File P
1 18 1937-1938 General File R
1 19 1937-1938 General File S
1 20 1937-1938 General File T
1 21 1937-1938 General File V
1 22 1937-1938 General File W
1 23 1937-1938 General File X, Y, & Z
1 24 1941 Miscellaneous Correspondence
1 25 1947 Miscellaneous Correspondence
2 1 1/20/1934 Carpenter, W. H. to son, Randolph Carpenter
2 2 1/26/1934 Carpenter, W. H. to son Randolph Carpenter, concerning chances for re-election to House
2 3 3/3/1934 Carpenter, W. H. to son, Randolph Carpenter
2 4 3/27/1934 Carpenter, W. H. to son, Randolph Carpenter
2 5 3/31/1934 Carpenter, W. H. to son Randolph Carpenter, alleging a conspiracy to overthrow the government
2 6 6/9/1934 Carpenter, W. H. to son, Randolph Carpenter
2 7 1/17/1935 - 7/20/1935 Carpenter, W. H. to son, Randolph Carpenter
2 8 2/16/1935 - 7/23/1935 Carpenter, Randolph to father, W. H. Carpenter
2 9 1/21/1935 Carpenter, W. H. to son, Randolph Carpenter, concerning Senator McGill's Bill
2 10 1/22/1935 Carpenter, W. H. to son, Randolph Carpenter, concerning the problem of Bureaucratization of government
2 11 3/1/1935 Carpenter, W. H. to son, Randolph Carpenter
2 12 3/20/1935 Carpenter, Randolph to father, W. H. Carpenter
2 13 3/28/1935 Carpenter, W. H. to son Randolph Carpenter concerning the Relief Bill
2 14 4/2/1935 Carpenter, Randolph to father, W. H. Carpenter, concerning the Relief Bill
2 15 4/5/1935 Carpenter, Randolph to father, W. H. Carpenter
2 16 4/12/1935 Carpenter, W. H. to son, Randolph Carpenter concerning Kansas during the Dust Bowl
2 17 4/20/1935 Carpenter, W. H. to son, Randolph Carpenter
2 18 5/1/1935 Carpenter, Randolph to father, W. H. Carpenter
2 19 6/24/1935 Carpenter, W. H. to son, Randolph Carpenter
2 20 1/10/1936 Carpenter, W. H. to son, Randolph Carpenter
2 21 1/30/1936 Carpenter, W. H. to son, Randolph Carpenter
2 22 2/22/1936 Carpenter, Randolph to father, W. H. Carpenter announcing his intention not to run for re-election
2 23 2/1936 Carpenter, Randolph to father W. H. Carpenter, concerning decision not to enter congressional race
2 24 2/25/1936 Carpenter, W. H. to son, Randolph Carpenter
2 25 2/25/1936 Carpenter, W. H. to son, Randolph Carpenter, concerning decision not to run for re-election
2 26 3/7/1936 Carpenter, W. H. to son, Randolph Carpenter
2 27 3/21/1936 Carpenter, Randolph to father, W. H. Carpenter
2 28 3/27/1936 Carpenter, W. H. to son, Randolph Carpenter
2 29 5/19/1936 Carpenter, Randolph to father, W. H. Carpenter
2 30 6/1/1936 Carpenter, W. H. to son, Randolph Carpenter
2 31 6/4/1936 Carpenter, Randolph to father, W. H. Carpenter, concerning death of Speaker Byrnes
2 32 6/30/1936 Carpenter, W. H. to son, Randolph Carpenter
2 33 7/1/1936 Carpenter, Randolph to father, W. H. Carpenter
2 34 1936 Carpenter, R. to father, W. H. Carpenter
2 35 n.d. Carpenter, Randolph to father, W. H. Carpenter
2 36 3/30/1933 Higgins, Ada to W. H. Carpenter concerning income tax return
2 37 6/26/1933 Carpenter, W. H. to James Farley concerning the re-election of President Roosevelt
2 38 5/13/1940 Carpenter, W. H. to John Houston concerning U. S. entry into WORLD WAR II.
2 39 9/1940 - 10/1940 Carpenter, W. H. to Paul Aiken concerning the Roosevelt-Wilkie Election
2 40 9/1944 Carpenter, W. H. to Democratic National Committee concerning the appointment of a woman as Secretary of Labor
2 41 2/13/1929 Carpenter, Randolph to his wife, Helen Carpenter
2 42 2/26/1929 Carpenter, Helen to husband Randolph Carpenter, concerning the birth of daughter
2 43 1934 Prophecy for Randolph Carpenter by his wife, Helen Carpenter
2 44 1934 Carpenter, Helen to husband, Randolph Carpenter
2 45 12/29/1935 Carpenter, Randolph to wife, Helen Carpenter
2 46 1/14/1937 Carpenter, Randolph to John Houston
2 47 2/13/1937 Carpenter, Randolph to John Houston, concerning Roosevelt's "Court Packing"
2 48 3/17/1937 Carpenter, Randolph to John Houston
2 49 4/9/1937 - 6/16/1937 Carpenter, Randolph to John Houston
2 50 6/23/1937 Carpenter, Randolph to John Houston
2 51 8/11/1937 - 2/11/1938 Carpenter, Randolph to John Houston
2 52 9/6/1940 Carpenter, Randolph to John Houston
2 53 9/6/1940 Carpenter, Randolph to John Houston
2 54 1/24/1942 Carpenter, Randolph to John Houston concerning Carpenter's Senate candidacy
2 55 2/9/1942 Carpenter, Randolph to John Houston
2 56 2/23/1942 Carpenter, Randolph to John Houston
2 57 2/25/1942 Carpenter, Randolph to John Houston concerning the Kansas political climate
2 58 2/28/1942 Carpenter, Randolph to John Houston
2 59 3/20/1942 - 4/4/1942 Carpenter, Randolph to John Houston
2 60 5/19/1942 Carpenter, Randolph to John Houston
2 61 9/1/1942 Carpenter, Randolph to John Houston
2 62 9/28/1942 Carpenter, Randolph to John Houston
2 63 11/9/1942 Carpenter, Randolph to John Houston
2 64 n.d. Carpenter, Randolph to Franklin D. Roosevelt
2 65 1/7/1937 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter concerning the 75th Congress leadership struggle.
2 66 1/13/1937 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter concerning appointment to Appropriations Committee
2 67 1/28/1937 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter concerning Kansas Circuit Court judgeship
2 68 1/30/1937 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter
2 69 2/27/1937 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter concerning "Packing the Court"
2 70 4/13/1937 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter
2 71 5/7/1937 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter
2 72 6/5/1937 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter concerning "Packing the Court"
2 73 6/19/1937 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter
2 74 6/26/1937 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter
2 75 8/14/1937 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter
2 76 12/4/1937 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter
2 77 12/17/1937 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter concerning the judgeship bill
2 78 1/8/1938 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter
2 79 2/5/1938 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter concerning the judgeship bill
2 80 2/14/1938 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter concerning the Kansas judgeship bill
2 81 2/28/1938 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter
2 82 4/6/1938 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter concerning the Kansas judgeship bill
2 83 9/9/1940 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter
2 84 9/19/1940 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter
2 85 4/28/1941 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter concerning Kansas Federal Judgeship appointment
2 86 2/12/1942 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter concerning the latter's Senate candidacy
2 87 2/20/1942 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter
2 88 3/11/1942 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter
2 89 6/19/1942 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter concerning the Farm Security Administration
2 90 5/22/1942 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter
2 91 8/25/1942 Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter
2 92 n.d. Houston, John to Randolph Carpenter
2 93 2/13/1939 Hull, Cordell to John Houston, concerning Carpenter's appointment to Diplomatic Service
3 1 11/18/1936 Carpenter, Randolph to Harry Woodring
3 2 1/16/1937 - 12/27/1937 Carpenter, Randolph to Edward Patterson
3 3 2/13/1937 Carpenter, Randolph to Senator George McGill
3 4 8/11/1937 Carpenter, Randolph to Senator George McGill
3 5 12/22/1937 Carpenter, Randolph to Harry H. Woodring concerning the removal of Lt. Horsley
3 6 1/7/1938 Carpenter, Randolph to Senator George McGill
3 7 3/5/1938 Carpenter, Randolph to Senator George McGill
3 8 11/1/1940 Carpenter, Randolph to Senator Arthur Capper, questioning stand on Roosevelt
3 9 7/25/1944 Carpenter, Randolph to Harry Truman
3 10 10/21/1944 Carpenter, Randolph to President Franklin D. Roosevelt
3 11 2/28/1933 Rankin, John E. to Randolph Carpenter concerning his bid for the Speakership of the 73rd Congress
3 12 4/14/1933 Vadakin, A. G. to Randolph Carpenter
3 13 11/8/1933 Clevenger, John to Randolph Carpenter concerning the economic plight of the farmer
3 14 10/29/1934 Frays, W. H. to Randolph Carpenter
3 15 2/25/1936 McClellan, John to Randolph Carpenter regarding Carpenter's decision not to seek re-election
3 16 2/25/1936 Ludlow, Louis to Randolph Carpenter concerning Resolution to give Americans referendum vote on Act of War
3 17 2/24/1936 Hill, D. C. to Randolph Carpenter, concerning creation of Kansas judgeship
3 18 10/26/1936 Morse, Roger to Randolph Carpenter concerning 1936 presidential election
3 19 1936 Miscellaneous Correspondence with Governor Huxman (Kansas)
3 20 1/7/1937 - 12/23/1937 Patterson, E. W. to Randolph Carpenter
3 21 2/8/1937 McGill, George to Randolph Carpenter
3 22 2/10/1937 McGill, George to Randolph Carpenter
3 23 3/1/1937 McGill, George to Randolph Carpenter
3 24 5/6/1937 Woodring, Harry H. to Randolph Carpenter concerning Woodring's appointment as Secretary of War
3 25 5/17/1937 McGill, George to Randolph Carpenter
3 26 6/9/1937 McGill, George to Randolph Carpenter
3 27 7/31/1937 McGill, George to Randolph Carpenter
3 28 12/29/1937 Woodring, Harry H. to Randolph Carpenter
3 29 1/12/1938 Woodring, Harry H. to Randolph Carpenter
3 30 9/29/1938 Roosevelt, Franklin D. to Randolph Carpenter
3 31 10/17/1938 Coffin, J. Donald, Jr. to Randolph Carpenter concerning the Farm Act
3 32 11/15/1938 Huxman, Walter to Randolph Carpenter
3 33 9/9/1939 Secretary of State to Randolph Carpenter
3 34 9/4/1940 Helvering, Guy to R. Carpenter concerning the Conscription Bill
3 35 10/1940 Rice, Carl V. to Randolph Carpenter concerning the Roosevelt-Wilkie election
3 36 11/3/1940 Fraye, W. H. to Randolph Carpenter
3 37 8/1940 - 10/12/1940 Doolittle, Dudley to Randolph Carpenter
3 38 9/1940 - 10/1940 Aiken, Paul (Democratic National Committee) to Randolph Carpenter
3 39 5/26/1941 Democratic State Committee to Randolph Carpenter concerning the Pendergast Political Machine (Kansas City)
3 40 7/13/1944 Rayburn, Sam to Randolph Carpenter
3 41 7/27/1944 Truman, Harry to Randolph Carpenter
3 42 1929 Basic Science Bill, Correspondence dealing with
3 43 1929 Basic Science Bill - Pamphlets on the legislation and the proposed Basic Science Act
3 44 1929 Basic Science Bill - Citizen Petition Against
3 45 1927-1928 Civil Service Employment Application (Clio M. Burris)
3 46 1929 Druggist Model Bill, Correspondence dealing with
3 47 1929 Highway Commission, Kansas State - Distribution of Funds by County
3 48 1929 Highway Acts (Kansas) - House Bill 210 And Constituency Response
3 49 1929 Highways - What the Kramer Amendment to new road bill means - House Bill 210
3 50 1929 "No Fund" Check Legislation - Constituency Response
3 51 1929 "Nuisance Taxes" - Trouble Ahead for the Retailers of Kansas
3 52 1929 "Nuisance Taxes" - (Theatre Admission Tax) - Constituency Response
3 53 1929 "Nuisance Taxes" (Luxury Tax) - Constitutency Response
3 54 1929 Oil - Correspondence dealing with
3 55 1929 Prohibition - "Prohibition Law has reduced Depravity in Slums" Salvation Army
3 56 1929 Prohibition - "What has Prohibition Done?"
3 57 1929 Prohibition - Attitude of Congressional Candidates on the 18th Amendment
3 58 1929 Prohibition - 1930 Speakeasy Map of Washington
3 59 1929 Prohibition - Kansas Dry Forces Statements
3 60 1929 Proportional Representation
3 61 1929 Punishment of second and thrid time felons - Judiciary Committee
3 62 1929 Railroads - Memorandum concerning Railroad Pricing System
3 63 1929 Tax Dollar
3 64 1929 Tax Personal Income (state) 1926-1928
3 65 1929 Tax, Personal Income Tax Legislation - Constitutency Response
3 66 1929 Taxes - Address by Governor Woodring on Taxes in Kansas
3 67 1929 Transportation - Constitutency response to legislation dealing with
3 68 1929 Veterans - Conditions of Old Soldiers Homes
3 69 1929 Veterans - Correspondence dealing with legislation
3 70 1929 Miscellaneous correspondence dealing with legislative matters
3 71 1929 Miscellaneous legislation - Constitutency response
3 72 1929 House Bill #2 - #379
3 73 1929 Miscellaneous unnumbered House Bills
3 74 1929 Senate Bill 243 and 282
3 75 1929-1933 Randolph Carpenter's Salary and Expenses in the House of Representatives
3 76 1929-1933 Kansas - List of Members Elected to 1929 Legislature
3 77 1929-1933 Charts of Residence for Members of 1929 Kansas Legislature
3 78 1929-1933 Valuations and Levies of Marion County School Districts
3 79 1929-1933 Facts and Figures about Kansas Governmental Cost (1929-1935)
3 80 1929-1933 Song: The Kansas Legislature
3 81 1929-1933 The Pink Rag - (Kansas Politics) (2/1/1929 - 3/8/1929)
4 1 5/1/1933 Public Works and the Depression
4 2 5/11/1935 National Economy League - "Billionitis"
4 3 7/6/1935 National Economy League - "Recovery for the Asking"
4 4 1935 Approved P. W. A. Projects in Kansas - ERA
4 5 1/15/1936 W. P. A.: Total Costs of Kansas Projects for funds authorized
4 6 2/1936 - 5/1936 W. P. A. - Correspondence
4 7 3/12/1936 W. P. A.: Municipal Bond Report
4 8 3/1936 - 4/1936 W. P. A. - Construction of the U. S.
4 9 2/1936 - 6/1936 W. P. A. - Correspondence
4 10 6/20/1936 The W. P. A. Nation- Wide Staff Meeting
4 11 1936 W. P. A. Professional and Service Projects
4 12 n.d. W. P. A. - State List of Non-Federal Applications (Kansas)
4 13 1936 Press Releases dealing with W. P. A.
4 14 n.d. W. P. A. - "When the Reliefers took Rome" - Pamphlet
4 15 3/24/1933 Effect of Oil Industry on Employment
4 16 5/11/1933 North Texas Oil & Gas Industry, Situation of Oil Industry in Texas
4 17 5/17/1933 Statement by the American Petroleum Institute
4 18 5/19/1933 Independent Petroleum Association on the Oil Control Measure
4 19 1933 Oil Bill - Statement by Independent Petroleum Association in Opposition
4 20 5/23/1933 Opposition to suggested Increase in Federal Gasoline Tax
4 21 5/24/1933 Necessity for a Special Bill dealing with the Oil Industry
4 22 5/23/1923 - 5/27/1933 W. G. Williams Correspondence - Dealing with the "oil bills"
4 23 5/29/1933 The Major Oil Companies and the Coolidge-Hoover Administration
4 24 2/1936 Legislation Hous Bill #3660 (Gasoline taxes)
4 25 1933 American Petroleum Situation
4 26 1933 Deception by Major Oil Companies - Statement charging
4 27 1933 Monopolistic Major Oil Companies
4 28 1933 Price of Oil Controversy - "Page Mr. Seubert"
4 29 1933 Correspondence and questionaire concerning Land Bank Loans
4 30 4/12/1933 Location of Forest Conservation Camps
4 31 6/27/1933 U. S. Department of Agriculture. Reforestation Camps
4 32 2/20/1933 - 5/21/1933 Miscellaneous correspondence concerning constituency response to the Farm Bill
4 33 1/1934 The Financing of Farming
4 34 2/28/1934 Loans and Discounts Outstanding to the Farm Credit Administration (Land Bank Loans)
4 35 3/16/1933 Farmers' Opinion on Agricultural Legislation
4 36 3/21/1933 Agriculture Purchasing Power - Interest Group Response
4 37 3/27/1934 Farm Credit Administration - Land Bank Loans
4 38 4/7/1934 Farm Credit Administration - Land Bank Loans
4 39 5/27/1934 Farm Credit Administration - Land Bank Loans (Press Releases)
4 40 9/8/1934 Radio Speech concerning the situation in American Agriculture
4 41 9/10/1934 Agricultural Adjustment Administration - Corn Hog Payments
4 42 10/4/1934 Federal Credit Administration (of Wichita) Land Bank Loans
4 43 7/26/1935 Farm Census Report
4 44 1935 Agriculture Department (Drought Situation)
4 45 1935 Prosperity - Rural Electrificaton Administration
4 46 10/18/1935 The Referendum on the Corn Hog Program
4 47 1936 The truth about Farm Imports...High Tariffs
4 48 1936 Analysis of the Farm Act
4 49 1936 Parody Aimed at the New Deal Farm Program
4 50 1/16/1936 Agriculture Department (Agricultural Adjustment Act)
4 51 2/1936 Prairie States Farm Group
4 52 1936 Flood Control Program - H. R. #8030
4 53 1936 Flood Control Program - H. R. #8455
4 54 1936 Flood Control Program - H. R. #12370
4 55 1936 Flood Control Program - Hearings on Site Locations
4 56 3/27/1936 The Flood Problems: A National Challenge
4 57 4/8/1936 Speech: The Tobacco Compact
4 58 6/11/1936 Homesteads - Legislation House Bill #8286
4 59 8/1936 Rural Electrification Administration to Randolph Carpenter concerning Land and Water Conservation
4 60 n.d. Bill to Relieve the Existing Economic Emergency by Increasing Purchasing Power
4 61 n.d. Agricultural Extension in Bankruptcy
4 62 n.d. Memorandum on "The Root Causes of Agriculture's Ills."
4 63 n.d. Agriculture in General during the 1930s
5 1 4/24/1933 American Investments in Foreign Countries
5 2 7/24/1935 World Wheat Prospects
5 3 12/1935 - 3/1936 U. S. Department of Agriculture - The Trade Agreements Program and American Agriculture
5 4 4/5/1936 Trade Agreements Program and Agriculture Imports in 1935
5 5 4/1936 - 5/1936 State Department Reciprocal Trade Agreements with Latin America
5 6 5/4/1936 U. S. Reciprocal Trade Agreements Making the Most of the Home Market
5 7 5/15/1936 U. S. Reciprocal Trade Agreements - Significance of Agricultural Imports
5 8 5/18/1936 State Department Reciprocal Trade Agreements U. S. and France
5 9 7/1936 U. S. Reciprocal Trade Agreements - Effect on Kansas Cattle Industry
5 10 1936 Debate over U. S. Reciprocal Trade Agreements
5 11 1936 Miscellaneous U. S. Reciprocal Trade Agreements
5 12 1936 Kansas and the Trade Agreements Program
5 13 2/1919 Materials dealing with the Nation's Financial Problems
5 14 2/1933 - 4/1933 Banking and General Financial Problems - Correspondence
5 15 6/2/1933 Bankruptcy Act Amendment - Corporate Reorganization
5 16 6/17/1933 Form Letter Sent Out concerning the Economy Act
5 17 6/1933 News releases by Carpenter explaining his vote on the Economy Bill
5 18 1933 Correspondence concerning the "Economy Bill"
5 19 1933 Correspondence and Pamphlet - Unemployment
5 20 1933 Materials dealing with Congressional action on Emergency Banking legislation
5 21 1933 Economy Solutions and Problems - Solutions Proposed by Constituents
5 22 11/6/1933 The Gold Standard Controversy
5 23 1933 "How to Make the Gold Dollar Cheaper?"
5 24 1/21/1934 Roosevelt or Ruin and the Gold Law
5 25 1/1934 The Gold Standard Controversy
5 26 5/8/1934 The Gold Standard Controversy and the Depression
5 27 8/16/1934 Citizen Petition Supporting Passage of the Old Age Pension Bill
5 28 12/28/1935 Small Business Credit Requirements Proposal
5 29 5/4/1935 Banking Act of 1935
5 30 1/1936 Workers Social Insurance Bill
5 31 1/16/1936 National Youth Administration
5 32 2/11/1936 Open Letter to the President
5 33 2/20/1936 Bankhead-Jones Bill
5 34 2/22/1936 - 5/26/1936 Various Citizen Solutions to the Problems of the Depression
5 35 4/16/1936 "22 Million can be taken off Relief"
5 36 5/8/1936 Robinson-Patman Bill (Anti-consumer legislation)
5 37 9/11/1936 Speech by Senator McDonald on Tax Limitations
5 38 1936 Unemployment - Emergency Relief
5 39 1936 The Long Plan by Huey P. Long
5 40 9/1937 Senate Committee on Pensions - Correspondence
5 41 n.d. Total Spent in Kansas in Relief (National level and local level)
5 42 7/30/1940 T. V. A. - American Power Consumers Pay Overcharges
6 1 12/15/1933 Petition to President 1933 for a Balanced Budget
6 2 5/22/1934 Shannon Bill - H. R. #6038 (includes proposed Amendments) - Executive Reorganization
6 3 9/24/1935 A Plan for Government Control of Labor
6 4 1936 Federal Funding in Kansas during Roosevelt's Administration
6 5 1929-1935 Internal Revenue Collections (Kansas) including agricultural adjustment tax
6 6 12/1934 - 1/1936 Miscellaneous correspondence concerning federal funding in Kansas
6 7 10/30/1935 Amounts appropriated for the supervision and administration of public welfare
6 8 1936 Indebtedness of the state of Kansas
6 9 1/16/1936 Emergency Funds Allocated to the State of Kansas
6 10 2/1938 - 3/1938 Politics - Letter of Petition on Legislation - Executive Reorganization Bill
6 11 1938 Speech: "The Beginnings of Big Government"
6 12 1938 Speech: "Reduced Spending in Government"
6 13 1938 Speech: "Cut the Cost of Government Campaign"
6 14 n.d. Subcommittee of the Committee on the District of Columbia - 73rd Congress
6 15 1933 Indian Affairs Committee
6 16 1935-1936 Bills and Resolutions concerning the American Indians
6 17 4/13/1936 Oklahoma Indian Land Purchase...Communism Prompted
6 18 3/1936 - 5/1936 Indians (American) American Federation
6 19 3/27/1933 Legislation Amendments to H. R. #5500 - Emergency Railroad Transportation Act
6 20 5/10/1933 Emergency Railroad Transportation Act, 1933 - Opposition by Railway Employees
6 21 6/1933 Railroad Transportation Bills - Constituency Correspondence
6 22 5/1933 - 6/1933 Various Railroad Transportation Bills
6 23 1933 Railroad - Correspondence
6 24 6/15/1934 Railroad Retirement Act
6 25 5/16/1936 Commentary on Frazier-Lemke Bill
6 26 1933 Correspondence: Spanish American War Veterans
6 27 3/16/1934 H. R. #8471 - Appropriations for the War Department
6 28 n.d. Expenditures - War Department vs. Navy Department
6 29 1936 Military vs. Civil Spending (Naval Appropriations Bill)
6 30 12/8/1935 Comparison of Navies at the time of the Washington Conference
6 31 n.d. Propaganda concerning the Spanish Civil War
6 32 n.d. Rough Draft of Speech on Possibillity of Hitler Gaining Supremacy in the Northern Hemisphere
6 33 1936 Speech: Proposed U. S. Merchant Marine Some Random Reflections About War Debts
6 34 1936 Army Department (Armories)
6 35 1933 Poem: Munition Makers
6 36 9/1936 U. S. Adjusted Service Bonds issued to William Carpenter
6 37 n.d. U. S. Liberty Bonds Literature
6 38 2/1937 Correspondence concerning the Dishonorable Discharge of Private Whipkey
6 39 1933-1938 American Legion - Correspondence
6 40 1937 American Legion (Resolution Committee)
7 1 n.d. Post Office Department Alma (File 1)
7 2 n.d. Post Office Department Alma (File 2)
7 3 n.d. Post Office Department - Eureka
7 4 n.d. Post Office Department - Harveyville
7 5 n.d. Post Office Department - Hillsboro
7 6 n.d. Post Office Department - Junction City
7 7 n.d. Post Office Department - Lincolnville
7 8 n.d. Post Office Department - Marion (File 1)
7 9 n.d. Post Office Department - Marion (File 2)
7 10 n.d. Post Office Department - Marion (File 3)
7 11 n.d. Post Office Department - Marion (Proposed Painting)
8 1 n.d. Post Office Department - Tampa Rural Route
8 2 n.d. Post Office Department - (Kansas Post Offices)
8 3 n.d. Dedication of Post Office at Burlington, KS
8 4 n.d. Dedication of Post Office at Marion, KS
8 5 n.d. Invitation to Dedication of Post Office, Washington, D. C.
8 6 1933 American Red Cross - Correspondence (1933)
8 7 n.d. Bureau of Criminal Identification - Act creating
8 8 1/1933 Chemical Drug Industry - Statement to Congress by the Chemical Foundation (Jan. 1933)
8 9 1/1935 - 1/1936 Emergency Educational Program Relief: for Kansas Schools (Jan. 1935-Jan. 1936)
8 10 1936 Federal Housing Administration (1936)
8 11 1/15/1934 "The International Jew" - Diatribe on the Jewish Movement (Jan. 15, 1934)
8 12 3/14/1934 National Emergency Council - U. S. Information Service to Assist Washington Vistors (March 14, 1934)
8 13 1/1936 Claim Aganist Railroads - Petition to Congress on Behalf of John C. Caldwell (Jan. 1936)
8 14 2/6/1936 Resettlement Administration - Rehabilitation (Feb. 6, 1936)
8 15 1/6/1936 Supreme Court Ruling AAA invalid (Jan. 6, 1936)
8 16 10/8/1938 Lambertson, W. P. (Kansas Congressman) "Impressions of Congress" - (Oct. 8, 1938)
8 17 1933-1937 Miscellaneous notes concerning legislation before the 73rd and 74th Congress
8 18 1933 Legislation introduced by Carpenter
8 19 10/29/1934 Some Major Laws Passed Under Republican Administration
8 20 1934 Announcement of Candidacy of Randolph Carpenter for Re-election to Congress
8 21 1936 Miscellaneous Proposals for Legislation
8 22 4/20/1933 Roll Call - House of Representatives 73rd Congress
8 23 10/4/1934 List of Nominees to the 74th Congress
8 24 n.d. Press Releases by Carpenter defending congressional Action and Voting Record
8 25 1936 Carpenter Resignation
8 26 1936 Speech: Official Notification of Carpenter's Decision Not To Seek Re-election
8 27 1936 Decision Not to Run for House Seat - Correspondence (File 1)
8 28 1936 Decision Not to Run for House Seat - Correspondence (File 2)
8 29 1936 Decision Not to Run for House Seat - Correspondence (File 3)
8 30 1936 Form Letter Expressing Carpenter's Decision not to seek Re-election
8 31 1936 Newspaper Article concerning Carpenter's Decision not to Seek Re-election
8 32 3/5/1936 Board of Locomotive Engineers to R. Carpenter, concerning decision not to seek re-election
9 1 8/1934 Itemized Statement of Election Expenditures
9 2 1934 Campaign Voter Listings - 1934 Election
9 3 11/6/1934 Abstract of votes cast at the General Election
9 4 1934 "Carpenter for Congress" campaign
9 5 9/1934 - 11/1934 Advertising Bills - Carpenter's Campaign for Congress
9 6 9/1934 - 10/1934 Campaign Itinerary
9 7 1933 Itemized List of Expenses in the House of Representatives
9 8 1934 Campaign List - 1934 Election
9 9 1934 Campaign List - 1934 Election
10 1 2/28/1938 Federal Judgeship in Kansas
10 2 3/8/1938 - 3/12/1938 Endorsement by Switchmen's Union in Support of R. Carpenter for Kansas judgeship
10 3 1940 Kansas General Ballot - Declaration Intention to Become Candidate
10 4 2/7/1940 Carpenter for Governor
10 5 5/1/1940 - 6/1/1940 Correspondence concerning Carpenter for Governor
10 6 3/1/1940 - 4/22/1940 Correspondence concerning Carpenter for Governor
10 7 10/16/1939 - 2/29/1940 Correspondence concerning Carpenter for Governor
10 8 1940 Notes for Campaign Speeches for Governor
10 9 6/1948 Carpenter's Announcement of Gubnatorial Candidacy
10 10 2/11/1942 Randolph Carpenter Announces for the U. S. Senate
10 11 6/5/1942 Declaration of Intention to become a Candidate for the U. S. Senate
10 12 1942 Carpenter for United States Senator
10 13 1942 Candidacy for United States Senator (General File A)
10 14 1942 Candidacy for United States Senator (General File B)
10 15 1942 Candidacy for United States Senator (General File C)
10 16 1942 Candidacy for United States Senator (General File D)
10 17 1942 Candidacy for United States Senator (General File E)
10 18 1942 Candidacy for United States Senator (General File F)
10 19 1942 Candidacy for United States Senator (General File G)
10 20 1942 Candidacy for United States Senator (General File H)
11 1 1942 Candidacy for United States Senator (General File I & J)
11 2 1942 Candidacy for United States Senator (General File K & L)
11 3 1942 Candidacy for United States Senator (General File M & N)
11 4 1942 Candidacy for United States Senator (General File O, P, & Q)
11 5 1942 Candidacy for United States Senator (General File R)
11 6 1942 Candidacy for United States Senator (General File S)
11 7 1942 Candidacy for United States Senator (General File T)
11 8 1942 Candidacy for United States Senator (General File U, V, & W)
11 9 1942 Candidacy for United States Senator (General File X, Y, & Z)
11 10 8/1942 Statement in Support of Randolph Carpenter for Senator
11 11 1942 Speech Expressing Support for Carpenter's Candidacy for U. S. Senate
11 12 8/4/19442 Itemized Statement of Expenditures for U. S. Senate Election
11 13 1944 Correspondence concerning Carpenter's Candidacy for U. S. Senate
11 14 8/5/1942 Yearout, Wm. P. to Randolph Carpenter concerning Carpenter's loss in the primary election
11 15 1945 United States District Attorney for Kansas (Carpenter is congratulated on appointment)
11 16 1945 Newspaper article on Carpenter acceptance of position of U. S. District Attorney for Kansas
11 17 1945 Miscellaneous Speeches during tenure as U. S. District Attorney for Kansas
11 18 1945 Stationary for U. S. District Attorney (Kansas)
11 19 1939-1948 Total Liquor Seizures by U. S. District Attorney for Kansas
12 1 6/15/1936 Democratic National Committee to Randolph Carpenter
12 2 1938 Miscellaneous Correspondence with the Democratic Central Committee
12 3 1938 Speech: Qualifications of the Kansas Candidates in the 1938 Election
12 4 9/1939 - 12/1939 Broderick, Lynn to Randolph Carpenter concerning miscellaneous political appointments
12 5 2/1939 - 2/1940 Aiken, Paul to Randolph Carpenter (Kansas Democratic Club)
12 6 5/22/1940 Resolution of the Democratic County Convention in Support of F. D. R. for President
12 7 8/25/1942 Resignation of Lynn Broderick (Democratic National Committee)
12 8 8/25/1942 Resignation Address of Lynn R. Broderick (Democratic National Committeeman for Kansas)
12 9 1944-1945 Miscellaneous Correspondence of the Kansas Democratic State Committee
12 10 4/23/1945 Resignation as Democratic Chairman (Randolph Carpenter)
12 11 8/12/1944 - 6/7/1945 Democratic State Committee (Kansas) Correspondence
12 12 10/3/1944 Democratic National Committee - Internal Split within the Republican Party
12 13 10/24/1944 Democratic National Committee to Randolph Carpenter
12 14 10/17/1944 - 11/14/1944 State Finance Committee News (Demo.)
12 15 1944 Democratic National Committee (Kansas) Report to the County Chairman
12 16 1944 "Lest We Forget" (Associates Financial Panics with the Republican Party)
12 17 1944 Democratic State Committee (Kansas) Form Thank You Letter for Campaign Contributions
12 18 3/19/1945 Democratic National Committee Statement
12 19 1948 Resolution by Democratic Party on Kansas Prohibition of Liquor
12 20 1940 Young Democrat (Kansas) - Newsletters
12 21 2/17/1940 Young Democrats of Kansas
12 22 n.d. Material on Clyde Reed (Republican Governor)
12 23 n.d. Address by James Farley - Statement on the Huxman candidacy for Governor
12 24 n.d. Governor Walter A. Huxman - Rainbow Bulletins
12 25 11/21/1934 Woodson County Election Returns (KS)
12 26 1944 Democratic Ticket (National and State Level)
12 27 11/7/1944 Itemized Statement of Campaign expenditures
12 28 1944 List of Kansas County Chairman and Vice-Chairman
12 29 1948 Carpenter Mailing Lists - Campaign Workers Names by County
12 30 1948 Rough Draft of a Carpenter Speech on the Purpose of a Party Platform
12 31 1940 Log of Democratic National Committee Correspondence Received
13 1 9/1938 Ratner - Labette County's No. 1 Tax Dodger
13 2 8/26/1939 Charges of Patronage within the Kansas Democratic Party
13 3 1939-1940 Democratic Committee Newsletter (Star-Landon-Ratner Machine)
13 4 8/6/1940 Kansas May be Proud - Star-Landon-Ratner Political Machine
13 5 9/1940 Ratner "Merit System" in Action
13 6 n.d. Typical Ratner Promises and How He Performs
13 7 1940 Kansas Democratic Platform - Burke vs. Ratner for Governor
13 8 1940 Court Decision Aganist the "Star-Ratner-Landon Machine"
13 9 n.d. Kansas Must Go Ahead! - - Landon-Ratner Political Machine
13 10 n.d. Ratner-Landon - - Oil and Gas
13 11 n.d. Governor Landon's Failure Toward the Negroes
13 14 n.d. Speech: Ratner's Bid for the Kansas Governorship
13 15 3/10/1938 Civilian Conservation Corps: Press Release
13 16 12/1937 - 12/1938 Civilian Conservation Corps Cappy's Camp Courier
13 17 1938-1939 Civilian Conservation Corps Chase County Project (File 1)
13 18 1938-1939 Civilian Conservation Corps Chase County Project (File 2)
13 19 3/1936 Civilian Conservation Corps Closing of CCC Camps
13 20 9/1936 - 10/1936 Civilian Conservation Corps "Colored Junior Veteran Camp" Marion, Kansas
13 21 1938-1939 Civilian Conservation Corps Marion Project (File 1)
13 22 1938-1939 Civilian Conservation Corps Marion County Project (File 2)
13 23 1938-1939 Civilian Conservation Corps Million and Half Dollar County Park Project
13 24 3/1936 Civilian Conservation Corps Opposition to the Closing of the Burlington CCC Camp
13 25 3/1936 Civilian Conservation Corps Opposition to the Closing of the CCC Camp Ottawa, Kansas
13 26 4/1936 - 9/1936 Civilian Conservation Corps Personnel Changes
13 27 2/1936 Civilian Conservation Corps Retention of Major Wiede in Marion, Kansas
13 28 1934-1936 Civilian Conservation Corps Recommendation for Foremen Position
13 29 n.d. Pamphlet: Civilian Conservation Program
13 30 1937-1938 Veterans Administration (General correspondence to and from R. Carpenter)
13 31 1939 Veterans Administration - (General Correspondence)
13 32 1940 Veterans Administration - (General Correspondence)
13 33 1940 Veterans Administration - Harry Horn
13 34 1940 Veterans Administration - James Moffitt
13 35 1940 Veterans Administration - Mr. Edith Riggs Thie
13 36 1940 Veterans Administration - Samuel C. Vinson
14 1 4/1934 Citizen Petition Charging Communism Existing in the "Roosevelt Brain Trust"
14 2 n.d. Roosevelt Unmasked!
14 3 2/31/1936 Correspondence Charging F. D. R. with criminal activity
14 4 1936 Statement expressing Support by Kansans for F. D. R.
14 5 4/1940 - 7/1940 Carpenter - Delegate to Democratic National Convention (Chicago)
14 6 4/1940 - 6/1940 Paul V. McNutt for President
14 7 6/16/1940 Roosevelt leading country into Dictatorship
14 8 7/1940 Wilkie Nominated for President by Utilities Republican Party
14 9 7/1940 Telegrams concerning Roosevelt's Nomination for Third Term
14 10 8/1/1940 America Drafts Roosevelt
14 11 10/1940 Democratic Speeches concerning the Republican candidate for President - Wilkie
14 12 10/25/1940 Roosevelt Minute Men
14 13 1940 Rough Draft of Speech given in Roosevelt-Wilkie Election
14 14 1940 Resolution in Support of F. D. R. for President
14 15 8/1940 Democratic National Committee Post-convention correspondence
14 16 1940 "The Third Term Bugaboo"
14 17 1940 National Committee to Uphold Constitutional Government against the President third term
14 18 1940 The case against a third term for any president
14 19 1940 The Third Crisis
14 20 1940 Democratic State Committee (KS) (Roosevelt vs. Wilkie) - The Third Term Controversy
14 21 1940 A Timetable for Dictatorship - Presidential Third Term Controversy
14 22 1940 Speech: Support of the Roosevelt Administration - Third Term Controversy
14 23 1940 Why Farmers will vote Roosevelt-Wallace
14 24 1940 Roosevelt and Wallace defend your farm and defend democracy
14 25 10/25/1944 Roosevelt, Franklin D. to Kansas Party Workers
14 26 1944 A letter from a soldier to his mother in regard to the election of president (F. D. R.)
14 27 1944 Correspondence dealing with Roosevelt's Campaign for a fourth term
14 28 1944 Resolution democratic National Convention Support for fourth term
14 29 1944 Statement concerning Roosevelt's bid for a fourth term
14 30 11/8/1932 Closing Out Public Sale - Auction of the Republican Party
14 31 3/4/1933 President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Inaugural Address
14 32 4/20/1935 Res. Roosevelt's Radio Address
14 33 1936 "I Hate War"
14 34 9/1936 The Two Wars
14 35 11/23/1937 Agriculture and Politics
14 36 1938 Speech: Accomplishments of the Roosevelt Administration and the New Deal
14 37 1938 Speech: Roosevelt and the New Deal
14 38 1938 Speech by Carpenter assessing Roosevelt's First Term in Office (Rough Draft)
14 39 1938 Gerald Winrod - Campaign Pamphlets vs. New Deal
14 40 1938 President's Birthday Ball Infant Paralysis Committee
14 41 2/1941 Speech Expressing support of the new deal
14 42 1944 Legislation passed for the benefit of soldiers by the Roosevelt Administration
14 43 1944 War Veterans Stand with Roosevelt
14 44 1944 War Veterans for Roosevelt Committee
14 45 1944 Statement of Responsibility of Political Parties in this Election
14 46 4/27/1945 Peace and War Reparations: Press Releases
14 47 n.d. Veterans will carry on with Roosevelt
14 48 n.d. Lest we forget...Accomplishments of the New Deal
14 49 n.d. Roosevelt's Reorganization Plan
14 50 n.d. The Roosevelt Record for Agriculture
14 51 n.d. President's Drought Committee
14 52 n.d. Some Do's and Don'ts on Dumbarton Oaks
14 53 n.d. Some Do's and Don'ts on Bretton Woods
14 54 n.d. Roosevelt Defense Record - Army and Navy
14 55 1933 Democratic National Committee Flyers, The New Deal Domestic Policy
14 56 1933 Democratic National Committee Flyers, The Foreign Policy of the New Deal
14 57 8/1940 - 3/1941 Report of Assesments and Collections by the State Committee
14 58 n.d. Materials on the Republican Party Campaign
15 1 12/29/1941 Civil Defense: Contingincies for Continued Mail Transport
15 2 1943 Civil Defense: Poster on the New Air Raid Warning System
15 3 1943 Civil Defense: Fire Defense Information Bulletin
15 4 2/1/1943 Civil Defense: Organization and Operations of the Air Raid Warning System
15 5 10/1938 Speech: "Putting the Demos Back on Top or Don't Give Up the Ship Now, Boys!"
15 6 1938 Speech: Amendment of the Neutrality Act
15 7 11/11/1939 Speech: Hitler and Nazi Germany
15 8 11/11/1939 Speech: Young Democratic Convention
15 9 8/1/1940 St. Lawrence Seaway
15 10 2/6/1940 Industry and Agriculture at the Gates of a New Decade
15 11 8/5/1940 For One Year Voluntary Enlistment in Peacetime
15 12 1940 Speech: Armistice Day
15 13 2/22/1941 Position of the U. S. in the International Community
15 14 10/18/1941 Speech: Young Democrats - Hitler and Protecting Democracy
15 15 2/21/1942 Speech: Comments on Senator Capper's Position as Isolationist Prior to WWII
15 16 7/16/1943 Republican National Committee Form Contribution Request
15 17 12/20/1943 The Greatest Menance in the Present Emergency
15 18 1944 Citation from the American Red Cross to Randolph Carpenter - 1944 War Fund
15 19 7/3/1948 "Do Campaigns Really Change Votes?"
15 20 1948 Listing of Priorities in the Party Platform
15 21 3/1948 Gallup Opinion Report on 1948 Election Results
15 22 1948 The Prayer Before the Big Drive Against Sin and Intolerance
15 23 n.d. Statements concerning Hoch's appointment to the Federal Communications Commission
15 24 n.d. Capper's vote in Senate
15 25 n.d. Economic Liberty
15 26 n.d. Full Speed Ahead for National Defense
15 27 1937-1940 National Youth Administration
15 28 n.d. Applications for Jobs in the Federal Government
15 29 n.d. Positions Wanted in Kansas: A List of Applicants - New Relief Set-up
15 30 n.d. U. S. Geological Survey - Water Levels in Midwestern States
15 31 1933 Press Releases
15 32 1936 White House Press Releases
15 33 1933 Congressional Intelligence, INC.
15 34 1934 Navy Department - Board of Investigation U.S.S. New Mexico 1934
16 1 8/6/1934 Certificate of Nomination
16 2 1939 Correspondence Seeking Foreign Service Employment
16 3 6/1938 Campaign Speeches (Rough Drafts)
16 4 n.d. Miscellaneous undated notes of speeches
16 5 n.d. Miscellaneous undated drafts of speeches
16 6 n.d. Carpenter Notes - Rough Drafts of Campaign Speeches File 1
16 7 n.d. Carpenter Notes - Rough Drafts of Campaign Speeches File 2
16 8 1935 Incomplete Copies of Carpenter Political Speeches
16 9 1935 Congressional Speeches by Carpenter (Printed in the Congressional Record)
16 10 1934 Newspaper Copy on Carpenter Speeches
16 11 1934 Miscellaneous Post Cards
16 12 1925 Miscellaneous Post Cards from Europe
16 13 1934-1937 Miscellaneous Christmas Cards
16 14 1934-1937 Cartoon of Randolph Carpenter
16 15 1934-1937 Verbal Synopsis of Cartoon of Randolph Carpenter
16 16 1934-1937 Synopsis of Randolph Carpenter's Political Views
16 17 5/27/1935 - 5/28/1935 Memoirs of Randolph Carpenter
16 18 5/27/1935 - 5/28/1935 Newspaper Mat - Randolph Carpenter
16 19 5/27/1935 - 5/28/1935 Newspaper Mat - 2nd Term
16 20 1942-1944 Correspondence - Application for Army Service
16 21 1942-1944 Carpenter's Application for Military Service WWII
16 22 1942-1944 Photographs - World War I (Europe and U.S.)
16 23 1942-1944 Photographs - Randolph Carpenter 2 Files
16 24 1942-1944 Photographs - Negatives
17 1 n.d. Datebook
17 2 1946 Datebook
17 3 1946 Scrapbook
18 1 n.d. Acheiving a Balanced Agriculture
18 2 n.d. Agricultural Financing Through the Farm Credit Administration
18 3 n.d. American Branch Factories Abroad
18 4 n.d. American Direct Investment in Foreign Countries
18 5 n.d. The American Indian
18 6 n.d. The American System of Broadcasting and Its Function in the Preservation of Democracy
18 7 n.d. An Appeal to Farmers to Unionize - Remedy for the Depression
18 8 n.d. The Balance of International Payments of U. S. in 1931
18 9 n.d. Beware! Beware! of modern so-called "Birth Control"
18 10 n.d. The Deserted Village
18 11 n.d. Divorcement of Pipe Line Transportation from the Production of Oil
18 12 n.d. Fair Fundamentals (Agricultural Fair)
18 13 n.d. The Farmers Run Their Show
18 14 n.d. The Federal Sales Tax
18 15 n.d. The Gift Tax Under the Revenue Act of 1932
18 16 n.d. Governor Landon's Failure Towards the Negroes
18 17 n.d. Grover Cleveland's Special Message
18 18 n.d. How to Deal with the Depression
18 19 n.d. "I do not fit in with these times" by Calvin Coolidge
18 20 n.d. The Impeachment Trial of Will J. French
18 21 n.d. Letter to the President on Foreign Trade
18 22 n.d. Maintaining Corn Hog Adjustment in 1935
18 23 n.d. The National Economy League - "What About Veteran's Pensions?"
18 24 n.d. The Oil Bills
18 25 n.d. Our National Defense
18 26 n.d. A Peaceful Financial Revolution
18 27 n.d. A Primer on Europe's Armament Makers Who Prolong War and Disturb Peace
18 28 n.d. Program of Action for American Youth
18 29 n.d. The Quinn Plan "to expand Purchasing Power"
18 30 n.d. Reconstruction Finance Corporation
18 31 n.d. Remaking the U. S. -- A True Labor of Hercules
18 32 n.d. Short Selling and Liquidation
18 33 n.d. The Single Gold Standard vs. Bimetalism
18 34 n.d. Seven Years of Mr. Wilkie
18 35 n.d. Statistics of Congressional and Presidential Election of November 8, 1932
18 36 n.d. "That Man" in the White House
18 37 n.d. "There Oughta Be a Law"
18 38 n.d. This Man Wilkie
18 39 n.d. Thomas Jefferson -- The Great Expansionist
18 40 n.d. Vocational Rehabilitation of the Disabled
18 41 n.d. Wanted a Constructive Silver Policy
18 42 n.d. War Debts and Foreign Entanglements
18 43 n.d. War Debts
18 44 n.d. The Way to Prosperity
18 45 n.d. World Monetary Economic Conference
19 1 n.d. Address Notecards
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