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A Farmer-Labor party rally against fascism, 1938.
Peace demonstration on Grant Street East between Second and Third Avenues South, Minneapolis; possibly sponsored by Phyllis Wheatley House, 1936.
Governor Floyd B. Olson, c.1935.
"Ernest Lundeen, Farmer-Labor Candidate for U.S. Senate," 1936.
"Vote Farmer-Labor All the Way," 1937.
Progressives meet to decide whether they should form a national third party based on Farmer-Labor and similar liberal groups, 1937.
Minnesota's own Farmer-Labor party, 1936.
Campaign literature for Hjalmar Petersen, Farmer-Labor Party candidate for Governor, 1938.
Farmer-Labor party of Hennepin County chooses delegates, 1936.
Minneapolis street corner showing the Farmer-Labor Party headquarters, 1937.
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