Ole O. Sageng papers, 1896-1953 (bulk 1904-1924).


Ole O. Sageng papers, 1896-1953 (bulk 1904-1924).

Correspondence and miscellany, relating mainly to Sageng's Republican party activities and his service in the Minnesota legislature as a state representative (1900-1901) and senator (1906-1922, 1950-1954) from Dalton, Otter Tail County.

2.0 cu. ft. (5 boxes).


SNAC Resource ID: 7314880

Minnesota Historical Society Library

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