Miscellaneous party papers, 1857-1956.


Republican Party (Minn.). State Central Committee. Miscellaneous party papers, 1857-1956.

Miscellaneous party papers, 1857-1956.

An assemblage of miscellany pertaining to party conventions, campaigns, and political activities. They consist of: letters from several prominent politicians regarding campaign speeches and funds (1857-1859); a broadside for a Republican rally (1882); minutes and credentials reports for the 7th district convention (1912); proceedings and miscellany from state conventions (1936, 1940, 1946, 1950, 1956); delegate lists for Republican national conventions (1936-1952); and miscellaneous correspondence (1914-1923).

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