Committee records, 1935-1977.


Committee records, 1935-1977.

Correspondence, memoranda, minutes, reports, print and near-print issuances, financial records, convention files, campaign files, Gubernatorial recount files, legislative office files, clippings, sound, visual, and graphic materials documenting the state Republican party's internal operations, organization, activities, programs, policies, and its role in Minnesota politics. Records of two of the party's state-wide auxiliary organizations are also present: College Republicans of Minnesota, and Young Republican League of Minnesota.

219.75 cubic feet (174 boxes)

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Dunn, Roy E., 1886-1985. (person)

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Hartle, John A. (person)

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