Nycklemoe was a Farmer-Laborite, a judge and state legislator (1955-1957). Discusses his opposition to World War II, his service in military, navy and participating World War I and his involvement in politics. The interview was conducted in 1973 by Timothy Madigan.
Date of Interview
Lawyer, judge, legislator
Farmer-Labor Party (Minn.), Industrial Workers of the World, Minnesota Legislature, Bank community, agriculture community, judicial community, criminal law and civil cases in courts.
Minnesota, Fergus Falls (Minn.), Ottertail County (Minn.), Trondheim (Norway)
Military service, Navy, World War I, newspaper writing, political involvement
Interview conducted as a part of the Heritage Education Commissions' Regional Oral History Project.
Restrictions on Use
Permission to publish, quote, or reproduce these oral interviews must be obtained in writing from Minnesota State University Moorhead Archives.
Civil Law | Civil Rights and Discrimination | Courts | Criminal Law | Criminal Procedure | Higher Education | Oral History
Nycklemoe, Henry, "Oral interview of Henry Nycklemoe" (1973). Oral Interviews. 3.