Ann O'Loughlin papers, 1943-1999 (Archival material, 1943) [WorldCat.org]
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Ann O'Loughlin papers, 1943-1999

Author: Ann O'Loughlin; Arne H Carlson
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Personal papers of a self-described feminist and moderate Republican reflecting her active participation in Minnesota feminist political organizations, her involvement in Minnesota Republican Party election campaigns and politics, and her strong commitment to feminist causes.
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Genre/Form: Campaign literature
Photographs
Reminiscences
Named Person: Amdahl family.; Laughlin family.; Amdahl family.; Laughlin family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Ann O'Loughlin; Arne H Carlson
OCLC Number: 313870237
Description: 0.85 cu. ft. (1 box and 1 oversize folder)

Abstract:

Personal papers of a self-described feminist and moderate Republican reflecting her active participation in Minnesota feminist political organizations, her involvement in Minnesota Republican Party election campaigns and politics, and her strong commitment to feminist causes.

The papers include biographical information; correspondence and memoranda; minutes and related meeting and convention materials; membership, mailing, and other lists; speeches, reports, columns, letters to the editor, and other writings; and fliers and brochures, political campaign materials, newsletters, newspaper clippings, and other near-print and print materials. They document O'Loughlin's role as executive board member and president of the GOP Feminist Caucus of Minnesota, active member of the Minnesota Women's Political Caucus, Republican-endorsed candidate for the Minnesota House of Representatives, chair or paid staff member of other Republican candidates' campaign committees, and transition team member of a DFL/labor-endorsed mayor-elect of Minneapolis; her personal relationships with prominent Minnesota Republican politicians; and her efforts on behalf of feminist causes.

Also present are personal and family papers that include O'Loughlin's correspondence with family and friends, unbound pages of a World War II era Amdahl family photograph album, and genealogical information.

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