Eugenie Anderson papers. [ca. 1910]-1973.

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Eugenie Anderson papers., [ca. 1910]-1973.

Eugenie Anderson papers. [ca. 1910]-1973.

Correspondence, office files, speeches, reports, clippings, sound and visual materials, and miscellaneous papers document Eugenie Anderson's diplomatic career as ambassador to Denmark (1949-1953), minister to Bulgaria (1962-1964), lecturer in India (1961), and member of the United States delegation to the United Nations (1965-1968); her political activities, including Democratic national committee work in 1948, her campaign for DFL endorsement for the United States Senate in 1958, her support for Adlai Stevenson and Hubert Humphrey during their presidential campaigns of 1952 and 1968, and her fact-finding mission to Vietnam in 1967; and such related public affairs activities as her work for the Minnesota Centennial Commission in 1958 and her involvement in organizations promoting educational programs abroad.

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