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Title
Hubert Humphrey, longtime U.S. Senator from Minnesota, 38th Vice President (under LBJ, 1965-1969), Democratic nominee for President, 1968, in Milwaukee, joking with the Rev. Virdell Wallace, right
Date Created and/or Issued
1972/03/21
Contributing Institution
Center for Sacramento History
Collection
Center for Sacramento History Photo Collection
Rights Information
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Description
Hubert Humphrey, longtime U.S. Senator from Minnesota, 38th Vice President (under LBJ, 1965-1969), Democratic nominee for President, 1968. Caption: Presidential hopeful Sen. Hubert Humphrey startled his audience in the Milwaukee, Wis., YMCA last night by saying he was a Wallace man. But laughter erupted when he said he did not mean Alabama Gov. George Wallace, but the Rev. Virdell Wallace, right.
Type
Image
Identifier
ADE967F5-4A9A-4D26-BCEC-990263142515
1983/001/SBPMP03779
Subject
Vice Presidents
United States Senate
Milwaukee, WI
YMCA

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