Augustin R. Humphrey (Born 1859- d. 1937) was a Nebraska republican politician.
Born on February 18, 1859 near Madison, Indiana. Moved with his parents to Drakesville, Iowa, in 1864. Graduated from the State normal school at Bloomfield in 1881 and the law department of the University of Iowa in 1882, passing the bar on the same year. He started to practice law in Broken Bow, Nebraska in 1885, then created a homestead in Custer County, Nebraska in 1886 where he farmed and raised live stock.
He was a delegate to every Republican State convention from 1887 to 1936 and was commissioner of public lands and buildings of Nebraska from 1891 to 1895. He was precedent of the Broken Bow board of education from 1898 to 1914. He was a probate judge from 1906 to 1910, and the mayor of Broken Bow from 1916 to 1917. He then moved to his ranch on the South Loop River in 1920.
He was elected to the 67th congress (1922) to fill the vacancy of caused by the death of long standing representative Moses P. Kinkaid. He served until March 3, 1923, not runing for reelection. He died on a trip to Fort Collins, Colorado on December 10, 1937 and is intered in Broken Bow Cemetery.
Preceded by: Moses P. Kinkaid (R) Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Nebraska's 6th congressional district November 7, 1922 - March 3, 1923 Succeeded by: Robert G. Simmons (R)