Herman Roe papers, 1906-1965.

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Herman Roe papers, 1906-1965.

Herman Roe papers, 1906-1965.

Correspondence, clippings, photographs, and other papers providing information on Roe's career as a Northfield (Rice County, Minn.) newspaper editor and publisher. Included are data on his presidencies of the National Editorial Association (1927) and the Minnesota State Agricultural Society (1925-1926); his chairmanship of the Republican party in Rice County; the 1876 robbery of the Northfield bank by the James and Younger brothers; his two trips to Norway (1906, 1927); and his observation of Operation Mainbrace, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's 1952 naval exercises. There are also correspondence with many Minnesota politicians and clippings concerning his weekly columns (1945-1961) and his various civic activities.

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