Administrative files, 1954-1959, 1983.


Minnesota Statehood Centennial Commission. Administrative files, 1954-1959, 1983.

Administrative files, 1954-1959, 1983.

The Commission's administrative functions were overseen by Executive Director Thomas H. Swain. Personnel reached a maximum of 26 full-time employees during April, May, and June 1958 and included executive, administrative, clerical, and publicity and promotion staff, county field representatives, a research advisor, and coordinators for the arts, business-industry-labor, education, sports, and women's committees. Part-time staff was used for special projects, including the Parade of the Century, Centennial Train, and exhibits at sports and travel shows and the State Fair and Centennial Exposition.

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