Papers, 1888-1967.


Papers, 1888-1967.

Papers of Thomas Amlie, a congressman, social activist, and leader of the Progressive Party of Wisconsin and the national third party movement, primarily documenting his legislative career through correspondence, speeches, writings, campaign literature, subject files, and newspaper clippings. Other materials document the political organizations with which Amlie was affiliated and the Amlie and Ryum family genealogies.

36.0 c.f. (90 archives boxes) and.1 reel of microfilm (35 mm.); plus.additions of 1.1 c.f.1 tape recording,80 photographs, and26 negatives.

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