John A. Blatnik congressional papers. 1889-1991 (bulk1947-1974).


John A. Blatnik congressional papers. 1889-1991 (bulk1947-1974).

Papers documenting John A. Blatnik's service as a UnitedStates Representative from Minnesota's Eighth Congressional District. The majorityof the collection pertains to the final eleven years (1963-1974) of his career. Aportion of the collection documents his early career (1946-1962) and a limitednumber of files span back to Blatnik's election to the Minnesota state senate(1940).


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