Title: Gerald Saxerud Papers
Collection Number: 10805
Quantity: 1.5 ft
Abstract: Consists of correspondence, stockholder materials, financial records, newspapers, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, publications, certificates, and an oral history interview with Saxerud recorded in 2002.
Provenance: Gerald Saxerud donated his papers to the State Historical Society of North Dakota in February 2002.
Property Rights: The State Historical Society of North Dakota owns the property rights to this collection.
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Box / Folder Inventory
1 Correspondence, Saxerud 1954-1956
2 Wedding Announcement
3 NPL State Convention, Minutes 1954
4 NPL Convention Resolutions 1952-1954
5 Credentials for Seating of Delegates at Convention
7 Campaign Ideas
8 SB 69 State Legislative Session 34th
9 Speech or Editorial
10 List of Office Holders-State & National
11 Office Files: Smorgasbord
12 Campaign 1954
13 ND Farmers Union Vote Yes! Pamphlet
14 Correspondence, Arnold Holder
15 Correspondence, Senator William Langer
16 Correspondence, William S. Murray 1950-1955
17 Correspondence, Ray Thompson
18 Correspondence, 1954 Campaign 1954
19 Union Materials Saxerud
20 1954 Anti-Corruption Measure 1954
22 District Reports
23 The Leader Stockholder 1955
24 Financial Records “ND Volunteers for Stevenson” Committee
25 Financial Records “ND Volunteers for Stevenson” Committee
26 Leader Stock and Share
27 Bibliography of publications
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