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There is information on Day's association with the Republican party; his break with the party over the free-silver issue; his support of William Jennings Bryan for president (1896), of Prohibition, and of women's suffrage, and his opposition to Woodrow Wilson's defense policies (1915-1916); Frank B. Kellogg's senatorial campaign (1916); the rise of the Farmer Labor party (1920s); scandals in the Warren G. Harding administration (1923-1924); Frank O. Lowden's candidacy (1927) for the Republican presidential nomination; local politics and businesses in Martin County and elsewhere in Minnesota; Day's service on the board of visitors; and his interests in various mining and real estate firms.
Correspondents include Frank Clague, Burt Day, Robert C. Dunn, James F. Gould, Marcus Johnson, J. A. O. Preus, Henrik Shipstead, and James A. Tawney.
- Bryan, William Jennings, -- 1860-1925.
- Johnson, John Albert, -- 1861-1909.
- Wilson, Woodrow, -- 1856-1924.
- Younger, Cole, -- 1844-1916 -- Pardon.
- Apache Mining Company (Wash.).
- Democratic Party (Minn.)
- Democratic Party (U.S.)
- Farmer-Labor Party.
- Keystone Gold Mining Company (Keystone, S.D.).
- Minnesota. -- Legislature.
- Minnesota. -- State Board of Control.
- Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )
- South Duluth Land and Improvement Company.
- Gold mines and mining.
- Journalism -- Minnesota.
- Journalists -- Minnesota.
- Mines and mineral resources -- Washington.
- Post office buildings -- Minnesota -- Fairmont.
- Prisoners -- Minnesota.
- Prohibition -- United States.
- Real estate investment.
- Silver question.
- Women -- Suffrage -- United States.
- World War, 1914-1918.
- Fairmont (Minn.)
- Martin County (Minn.)
- Minnesota -- Newspapers.
- Minnesota -- Politics and government.
- United States -- Politics and government.