Gordon Rosenmeier

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1907-1989 Minnesota State Senator. Born in Royalton, MN. Lived in Little Falls from 1912-1989. Served eight consecutive terms in the Minnesota Senate. He was an extremely powerful senator, so much so that people said that the governor worked for him. He authored at least 300 bills during his career, including the one that created Lindbergh State Park. He was also instrumental in making sure that the lakes in the state have public access. His house now serves as the Little Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau.
~Mary Warner, Little Falls, MN


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