Richard Pillsbury Gale papers, 1935-1945.


Gale, Richard Pillsbury, 1900-1973. Richard Pillsbury Gale papers, 1935-1945.

Richard Pillsbury Gale papers, 1935-1945.

Correspondence, clippings, newsletters, campaign literature, speeches, bills, and other materials relating largely to the public career of Gale, a Republican legislator (1939-1940) and U.S. congressman (1941-1945) from Minneapolis. There are data on Mississippi, St. Croix, and Missouri River improvements; Annapolis and West Point appointments; patronage; unemployment and welfare legislation; political campaigns; and a trip to Great Britain (1941) with other congressmen.

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