Minnesota -- Politics and government
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Collection on Arthur Naftalin
This collection consists of three boxes of mixed materials. These include: Newspaper Clippings, Brochures, Correspondence, Official Messages and statements, and speeches related to Aurthur Naftalin and his family.
Collection on Floyd B. Olson
The collection consists of 3 boxes containing information on Olson covering the period from 1921 through his death in 1936. The vast majority of the collection is newspaper clippings, however there are also a small number of pamphlets, magazine articles, and other printed materials.
Collection on Hubert H. and Muriel Humphrey
The Hubert H. and Muriel Humphrey Collection consists of three boxes containing speeches, campaign materials, and newspaper clippings.
Collection on Luther Youngdahl
One box, mainly newspaper clippings (1924 through 1992) as well as miscellaneous items such as 1951 inaugural address, 1949 budget message and a sketch of Mr. Youngdahl by Brenda Ueland. Biographical clippings on family members are also included.
Collection on the Minnesota Civil Liberties Union
This collection includes one box of materials relating to the activities of the Minnesota Civil Liberties Union between 1962 and 1997. These materials consist mostly of offical documents from the organization including: incorporation papers, meeting minutes, financial statements, case reports, and press releases. In addition there are newspaper clippings involving the organization dated between 1962 and 1997.
Frederick Watson Reed Papers
Mabeth Hurd Paige Papers
The collection consists of three boxes and one oversized container. One box contains personal correspondence and papers. The second box contains notes and typewritten transcripts related to her biography "Lady in Law". The third box contains unpublished manuscripts and speeches, as well as newspaper clippings.
Saturday Lunch Club Records
Five boxes of materials which include written histories of the club, articles of incorporation, correspondence, finances for the club, membership material, programs for the club covering the years 1932-1952, and political resolutions as approved by the club. The bulk of the detailed material on the club covers the years 1938-1948.