George E. Dizard and family papers, 1923-1991 (bulk 1938-1988).


George E. Dizard and family papers, 1923-1991 (bulk 1938-1988).

Correspondence, speech transcripts, newspaper clippings, printed political materials, and related files documenting the activities of a Duluth labor leader and his wife (Rhoda Levine Dizard) in many peace, labor, and third party movements from the 1930s through the 1990s, with information on the Farmer-Labor Association, Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party, the Progressive and Communist parties, and various peace groups, especially the American Peace Mobilization (1940-1941) and SANE (1965-1991).

2.0 cu. ft. (2 boxes).


SNAC Resource ID: 6741952

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