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Max M. Kampelman, Diplomat

By: Lori Williamson | Item of the Day | January 29, 2019

Access has just recently become available to some great audio-visual materials within manuscript collections. We will be highlighting these collections for our Item of the Day this week; please take a look at the finding aids to learn more and see the AV materials for yourself! 
This time it's Max Kampelman, a conscientious objector during WWII who participated in a research experiment on human starvation at the University of Minnesota and later became a highly respected diplomat who served in both Democratic and Republican administrations.

http://www2.mnhs.org/library/findaids/00772.xml