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Arthur Albert Link Edit Profile

United States Representative from North Dakota

Arthur Albert Link, Former United States Representative from North Dakota. Recipient National Future Farmers America award, 1974, Agriculturist of Year award, Saddle & Sirloin Club, NCak State University, 1981, North Dakota State University Outstanding Agriculture award, 1992, North Dakota State University Outstanding Bus award, 1992, Liberty Bell award, 1981.

Background

Link, Arthur Albert was born on May 24, 1914 in Alexander, North Dakota, United States.

Career

Member Randolph Township Board, McKenzie Company Welfare Board, North Dakota House of Representatives, North Dakota, 1947—1971. Chairman North Dakota State Advisor Council Vocational Education, 1969—1971. Member United States Congress from 2nd North Dakota District, North Dakota, 1971—1973.

Governor State of North Dakota, 1973—1981, Centennial Committee, North Dakota, 1985—1990. Member Randolph Township Board, 1942—1972, Randolph School Board, 1945—1963, McKenzie County Welfare Board, 1948—1969.

Membership

Member of North Dakota State Bar Association (founding member), Kiwanis, Ekls, National Cowboy Hall of Fame, Parent-Teachers Association, Lions, Williston University Center Found.

Connections

Married Grace Johnson, 1939. 6 children.

spouse:
Grace Johnson