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Presidential campaign button in support of United States Senator from Minnesota, Eugene McCarthy, c.1968.
Eugene McCarthy during presidential primary campaign in New Haven, Connecticut, 1968.
Eugene McCarthy in a parade, with daughters Ellen, Mary, and Margaret McCarthy, c.1964.
Eugene McCarthy in a Washington Senators baseball uniform, 1956.
Eugene McCarthy with son Michael and unknown boy, c.1959. Photograph by Don Berg.
Eugene Uphoff, one of the Freedom Riders from Minnesota, photographed after his arrest by the Jackson Police Department in Jackson, Mississippi on July 11, 1961.
Eugenie Anderson, 1951.
Eugenie Anderson leaving Christiansborg Palace with Lord Chamberlain after presenting credentials to King Frederick IX, 1949.
Eugenie Moore Anderson, c.1966.
"The European Seminar, July-August, 1938." Itinerary pamphlet cover and pages 1–2. From the Arthur Brin and family papers (1891–1988) in the Manuscript Collection of the Minnesota Historical Society.
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