Hubert H. Humphrey papers, circa 1950-1970


Hubert H. Humphrey papers, circa 1950-1970


Newsletters, news releases, clippings and speeches by a Minneapolis mayor, a United States Senator from Minnesota, and Vice-President of the United States. Humphrey was a member of the Democratic-Farm Labor Party. His mother was born in Norway.

  • New releases and speeches including:
    • "The Case for a Fair Deal Labor Policy,"
    • "Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952" 
    • "Is Your Child Safe in School?"
    • Humphrey's letter to editor regarding Nat Finney's piece
    • "Political Maneuver will be Dressed up in Civil War Togs," 1953
    • Press releases on better education, 1953
    • "Full Citizenship for Youth," 1953
    • "Toward Greater Tomorrows: Extension of Remarks of Hon. John F. Kennedy," 1954
    • "Europe Today and Tomorrow: the Next Step in European Recovery,"
  • News letters from the desk of Sen. Humphrey, includes:
    • "Revolution & Politics: The Legacy of Independence. An Address by the Honorable Hubert H. Humphrey on the Occasion of the celebration of the Prelude to Independence at the eighteenth-century Capitol Williamsburg, Virginia," 1969
2 folders


circa 1950-1970


Rights undetermined.




“Hubert H. Humphrey papers, circa 1950-1970,” Norwegian-American Historical Association , accessed April 11, 2021,