David Webb Raudenbush papers, 1952-1957.

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Raudenbush, David W. (David Webb), 1906-1969. David Webb Raudenbush papers, 1952-1957.

David Webb Raudenbush papers, 1952-1957.

Letters and documents pertaining to St. Paul attorney Raudenbush's involvement with Republican Party politics in Minnesota, especially the presidential campaigns of Dwight D. Eisenhower, and to his attempt to secure an appointment as U.S. district court judge (1952-1953). He was vice-chairman of the Ramsey County Republican Committee, delegate to the Minnesota Republican convention and alternate to the Republican national convention (1952), and secretary-treasurer of the Eisenhower Primary Volunteer Committee in Minnesota (1956).

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