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Equality means equality for all-no exceptions, no 'yes,buts', no asterisked footnotes imposing limits." ~ Hubert H.

Hubert Humphrey  38th Vice President of the United States~  Born Hubert Horatio Humphrey, Jr.   May 27, 1911 Wallace, South Dakota   Died~January 13, 1978 (aged 66)   Waverly, Minnesota

Hubert Humphrey Vice President of the United States~ Born Hubert Horatio Humphrey, Jr. May 1911 Wallace, South Dakota Died~January 1978 (aged Waverly, Minnesota

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"Franz Kafka for President" Demonstration against Hubert Humphrey, New York City, October 1968 By David Fenton

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My Dad's hero- Hubert Horatio Humphrey, Jr. served under President Lyndon B. Johnson as the Vice President of the United States, from 1965 to Humphrey twice served as a United States Senator from Minnesota, and served as Democratic Majority Whip.

That is not applause you hear; that is the crackling noise of the old 78 rpm recording. Applause would come much later

Hubert Humphrey 1948 Democratic convention address on civil rights

hubert humphrey 1968 | Hubert Humphrey signature on cover bearing 6c. with Chicago 1968 pmk ...

Hubert Humphrey signature on cover bearing 6c. with Chicago 1968 pmk

Hubert Humphrey signature on cover bearing with Chicago 1968 pmk.

Hubert Humphrey Autograph / Signed & Inscribed B/W photo & Senate Letter

Hubert Humphrey Autograph / Signed & Inscribed B/W photo & Senate Letter

Hubert Humphrey, Letter, Letters, A Letter

Pres. Lyndon Johnson and VP Hubert Humphrey, The Mighty Landslide, November 13, 1964 by John Dominis

Lyndon Johnson and VP Hubert Humphrey, The Mighty Landslide, November 1964 by John Dominis

"Hubert Humphrey is a treacherous, gutless old ward-heeler who should be put in a goddamn bottle and sent out with the Japanese Current. The idea of Humphrey running for President again makes a mockery out of things that it would take me too long to explain or even list here. And Hubert Humphrey wouldn't understand what I was talking about anyway. He was a swine in '68 and he's worse now. If the Democratic Party nominate Humphrey again in '72, the Party will get exactly what it deserves."…

Lyndon Johnson's Vice President Hubert Humphrey was the Democratic nominee who lost to Richard Nixon in In he lost the Democratic nomination to George McGovern.

1974 Fran Tarkenton of the Minnesota Vikings with Senator Hubert Humphrey --Wire Photo | eBay

1974 Fran Tarkenton Minnesota Vikings with Sen Hubert Humphrey Wire Photo

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