Size: 3.0 linear feet
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William H. Carpenter was an attorney in Marion, Kansas, and a Democratic Party Leader. He was also the father of Kansas Congressman Randolph Carpenter. The William H. Carpenter Papers contain correspondence concerning legal, financial and political matters, 1901-1914.
Acquisition: Gift from Mrs. Randolph Carpenter
Processed by: AHC, 5-31-1989; KFS, 3-5-1991; JEF, 3-11-1998