Archie H. Miller

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Archie Miller
32nd Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota
In office
May 6, 1943 – January 2, 1945
Governor Edward John Thye
Preceded by Edward John Thye
Succeeded by C. Elmer Anderson
2nd Minnesota Senate Majority Leader
In office
Preceded by Charles N. Orr
Succeeded by John M. Zwach
Minnesota State Senator
In office
Minnesota State Senator
In office
Personal details
Born June 8, 1886
Hopkins, Minnesota
Died February 11, 1958(1958-02-11) (aged 71)
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Political party Republican
Nonpartisan, Conservative Caucus
Spouse(s) Ruth Miller
Alma mater Minnesota College of Law
Occupation Attorney

Archie H. Miller (June 8, 1886 – February 11, 1958) was the 32nd Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota.

Miller was born in Hopkins, Minnesota. He served as a state senator from 1931 to 1943, and became Lieutenant Governor after Edward John Thye resigned to become Governor. He served from May 6, 1943 to January 2, 1945.

After leaving office, he returned to the Senate, becoming majority leader in 1949, following the death of Charlie Orr in a car crash. Miller served in that position until his death in 1958.[1]


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Political offices
Preceded by
Edward John Thye
Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota
Succeeded by
C. Elmer Anderson