Charles W. Brandborg and family papers, 1887-1977.


Charles W. Brandborg and family papers, 1887-1977.

Correspondence relating to the Farmers' Alliance in Minnesota, politics in general, liberal newspapers, wheat prices, the elections of 1888, 1890, and 1892, Ignatius Donnelly, and Solomon G. Comstock. Included also are clippings, pamphlets, and speeches with information on the Socialist Labor Party and national third-party movements; some data on forest management issues (1969-1970); and family biographical and genealogical data.

0.75 cu. ft. (3 boxes)


SNAC Resource ID: 6766426

Minnesota Historical Society Library

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