Papers, 1945-1977.

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Hartle, John Agar, 1892-1979. Papers, 1945-1977.

Papers, 1945-1977.

This collection consists of items pertaining to John Agar Hartle, of Owatonna, Minnesota. Hartle served in the Minnesota House of Representatives from 1935 until 1968. Included in the collection is Hartle's correspondence, legislative materials, items pertaining to Hartle's role in the Minnesota Republican Party (including letters from Harold Stassen and Richard Nixon), campaign materials, and other memorabilia from his time in the House of Representatives. Also included in the collection is the transcript of an oral history interview with Hartle, conducted in 1977. In the interview, he discusses his family background, and his position on issues during his time in the Legislature.

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