Luth and Nanny Mattson Jaeger papers, 1874-1933.


Luth and Nanny Mattson Jaeger papers, 1874-1933.

Correspondence and speeches of Minneapolis (Minn.) journalist Luth Jaeger and his wife Nanny, with information on Minnesota governor John A. Johnson (1905-1909); Paul Hjelm-Hansen as a presidential possibility; the Kensington Rune Stone; problems of naturalization and Americanization; sculptor Paul Fjelde; racial discrimination; the Scandinavian Woman's Suffrage Association and woman's suffrage in general; the Political Equality Club of Minneapolis; World War I; and the Treaty of Versailles.

1.7 cu. ft. (4 boxes).




SNAC Resource ID: 8341123

Minnesota Historical Society Library

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