Campaign speech at Livingston, Montana

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Date Original

10-13-1952

Time Period Represented

Twentieth century

Description

Campaign speech at Livingston, Montana. Recorded October 13, 1952. Representative Mansfield discusses the economic development of Montana, including Hungry Horse, Libby and Canyon Ferry dams and rural electrification as well as his own record after ten years in Congress.

Document Type

Speech

Language

eng

Holding Institution/Digital Publisher

University of Montana--Missoula. Mansfield Library

Physical Collection

Mike Mansfield Papers, 1903-1990, Mss 065

Oral History Number

OH 022-008

Provenance

Gift of Mike Mansfield

Collection Description

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Media Type

Sound; Text

Run Time

15 minutes

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audio/mp3; application/pdf

File Name

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Campaign speech at Livingston, Montana

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