Campaign records, 1956-1957.


Minnesota Volunteers for Stevenson-Kefauver. Campaign records, 1956-1957.

Campaign records, 1956-1957.

Papers of this campaign organization supporting Adlai E. Stevenson and Estes Kefauver for U.S. president and vice-president in the 1956 election. Included are correspondence concerning its organization and campaign activities, samples of campaign materials, questionnaires, clippings, instructions to volunteers, Stevenson's speeches and policy statements, and lists of local, state, and national volunteers and officers.

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