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Mundt, Karl E. (Karl Earl), 1900-1974
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Portrait of Senator Karl Mundt in 1961

Signed portrait from Senator Karl Mundt to Representative Ben Reifel: To Ben Reifel, A great campaigner with a bright congressional future. You are a real credit to our native state of South Dakota. Karl E. Mundt, U.S. Senate Jan. 16, 1961

Representative Ben Reifel and Alice Reifel with constituents on the steps of the US Capitol in 1964

Representative Ben Reifel and Alice Reifel with constituents on the steps of the US Capitol. Back row Ben Reifel, Sister Esther, Karl Mundt, Elsie Nelson, Mrs. Glen Hilland. Second row: Mrs. Niels Weber and daughter, Mrs. McGovern, Mrs. Mundt, Alice Reifel, Mrs. Pat Harvey. Front row: Niels Weber, Sister Elizabeth Ann

South Dakota Farmers Union Delegates in Washington, D.C. and Interviews with Senator Karl Mundt

Thirty-six South Dakota Farmers Union delegates meeting in Washington, D.C. with Senator Karl Mundt about the Brannan program. The farmers want 100% of parity and feel the worst thing would be to do nothing in Congress for a farm bill this year. They also talk about the R.E.A. At the conclusion of a meeting at the Dodge Hotel in Washington, people are being interviewed as they pass out of the meeting.

South Dakota representative with Captain Charles W. Broz, winner of the Koren Kolligian, Jr. trophy

Senator Karl Mundt, Senator George McGovern, Representative, and William F. McKee with Captain Charles W. Broz, winner of the Koren Kolligian, Jr. trophy which recognizes outstanding feats of airmanship by aircrew members who by extraordinary skill, exceptional alertness, ingenuity, or proficiency, averted accidents or minimized the seriousness of the accidents in terms of injury, loss of life, aircraft damage, or property damage