Harold Stassen papers, 1910s-1999 (bulk 1938-1980).

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Stassen, Harold Edward, 1907-2001. Harold Stassen papers, 1910s-1999 (bulk 1938-1980).

Harold Stassen papers, 1910s-1999 (bulk 1938-1980).

Papers documenting the life and career of a former Minnesota governor, presidential contender, naval officer, United Nations charter delegate, and Eisenhower cabinet member. The papers include correspondence and memoranda, speeches, campaign literature, schedules and itineraries, awards and certificates, press releases, press conference transcripts, magazine articles authored by Stassen, news clippings, scrapbooks, photographs, sound recordings, motion films, and video recordings. The collection highlights Stassens gubernatorial and presidential campaigns, his role in post World War international diplomacy, and his involvement with civic, professional, and religious organizations.

212.8 cubic feet (214 boxes and 2 oversize folders)

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