Fred A. Seaton Papers. 1934 - 1974. Photographs

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Fred A. Seaton Papers. 1934 - 1974. Photographs

Fred A. Seaton Papers. 1934 - 1974. Photographs

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Seaton, Fred A. (Fred Andrew), 1909-1974

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Frederick Andrew Seaton was born on December 11, 1909 in Washington, D.C., December 11, 1909. He attended Kansas State College at Manhattan, Kansas. In 1936 he was secretary to Republican presidential candidate Alfred M. Landon. He also served as president of Seaton Publishing Company, Hastings, Nebraska, and publisher of Hastings Daily Tribune. He was elected to the Nebraska State Senate for 1945 to 1949, and served as the chairman of the legislative council from 1947 to 1949. On December 10, 1...

Bennett, Elmer F., 1917-

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Aandahl, Fred George, 1897-1966

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Fred Aandahl of Litchville, N.D. served in the N.D. Senate (1931-1932 & 1939-1940), as North Dakota Governor (1945-1950), and in the U.S. House of Representatives (1951-1953). He also was Assistant Secretary of the Interior during the Eisenhower Administration for eight years. From the description of Biographical records, 1942-1966. (North Dakota State University Library). WorldCat record id: 36070331 Fred George Aandahl was born April 9, 1897, in Litchville, North Dakot...