In the first letter, written June 11, 1919, Gilmer pledges his support for Underwood in the next election; expresses his disapproval of President Wilson, especially regarding the League of Nations; and criticizes the method of ratifying the recent...
In the first letter, written May 23, 1919, Lang pledges his support for Underwood in the upcoming election, despite some disagreements over prohibition and the League of Nations. He also asks Underwood to support his friend, Lloyd M. Hooper, for...
In the first letter, written November 22, 1918, Cooke discusses claims some of the prohibitionists have made against Underwood. In the second letter, written November 30, 1918, Underwood thanks Cooke for his support and denies the accusations of...
The letter addresses Gunter's warning that Governor Kilby's supporters are planning to work against Underwood's reelection in the fall. At the time the letter was written, Underwood was a member of the United States Senate (he served there from...
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