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Eugene McCarthy, 1971. Photograph by Haines Photo Company.
Senator Eugene McCarthy challenged President Lyndon Johnson for the 1968 Democratic nomination, mobilizing a youth crusade against U.S. intervention in Vietnam and changing the course of politics in Minnesota and the nation.
Vice-President Hubert Humphrey dancing with WAMSO President Dorothy Gauther at the 1966 Symphony Ball.
Members of the Socialist Workers Party demonstrating, c.1935.
"Vote the Straight Farmer-Labor Ticket - Elect Shirley Edelston," c.1940.
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.
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