University of Minnesota, Duluth
Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
Contains event and awareness posters produced by the University of Minnesota Duluth's Access for All, Disability Resources, and Diversity Commission.
One image of what became known as the Lower Campus after the campus outgrew its original locality and moved to the ‘upper’ campus or primary space.
The collection consists of color and black and white photographs of the interior and exterior of the Old Main building on the lower campus of the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD).
Consists of Bartlett’s written histories of feminist organizations in Duluth and Superior that were not included in her book Making Waves (2016) and recorded interviews with women who played key roles in organizations that are included in the book.
This collection of photographs shows the Bohannon family through the years.
The collection consists primarily of black and white and color photographs by a photojournalist employed by a Duluth newspaper. The photographs are of the city of Duluth, events, people, as well as the northeast Minnesota area primarily from 1971, 1982-1990s; many are not dated and unidentified.
The collection consists of one videotape. Bob Baldwin of the local chapter of the NAACP officiated at the dedication and arranged for the proceedings to be taped. The video, entitled Deterred but not Defeated, contains a documentary filmed at Park Hill Cemetery where stones were placed to acknowledge the victims of the 1920 lynchings in Duluth.
The collection consists of two alphabetical series: graduates and non-graduates.
Faculty Meeting Minutes 1947-1948; DJC Bulletins 1942-43, 1947-48, 1948-49
The collection consists of research files and finished reports on: Evaluation of Log Structures at Superior National Forest; Side Lake; Kawishiwi, St. Louis River.
The collection consists of correspondence; reports; files on conferences, meetings, and workshops; subject research files; tape recordings of a public meeting and a symposium; and publications relating to the All University Council on Environmental Quality, the Minerals Subcommittee of the Natural Resources Advisory Council, AMAX Exploration's MINNAMAX Exploration Project and base metals mining.
The papers have been grouped within the categories of family materials, business materials, community material, and scrapbooks, photographs, travel and safari items grouped together.
Contains materials from a Spring 2012 University for Seniors study group course, History of Duluth Women’s Organizations, led by Tina Welsh.The collection includes 11 video recordings of presentations by volunteers and professionals from women’s organizations in Duluth, Minnesota and a printed syllabus for the course.
The collection includes four scrapbooks containing photographs, clippings, invitation and thank you cards, duty charts, and handwritten logs by the student residents.
The collection consists of images and negatives made by or collected by Kenneth Moran.
The collection consists of the records of the former director, archivist, and research specialist of the Center and reflects the establishment, development and growth of the Center as well as its day-to-day office operations.
The Collection consists of 5x7" and 8x10" black and white silver gelatin prints exposed and printed by Mr. Nylander. The images are primarily of Duluth street scenes, buildings, churches on the Iron Range, as well as military monuments and markers in Duluth and out East.
Collection contains the papers of the Office of the Vice President for Academic Administration at the University of Minnesota. They cover the vice presidency of Malcolm M. Willey (1943-1963) as well as his tenure as University dean and assistant to the president (1934-1943).
Collection contains the papers of the Office of the Vice President for Business Administration at the University of Minnesota.
The collection consists of 20 photos with corresponding negatives. The pictures show bare land and small outbuildings. The land in the photos presumably represents some of the 140 acres of land donated by "public-spirited" citizens in Duluth.
The collection holds photograph albums, scrapbooks primarily of newspaper articles about the local association, and the newsletter "Cerebral Palsy Messenger" of the Duluth Area UCP and the renamed UCP of Northeastern Minnesota, 1972-1994.
The collection consists of Voyageurs National Park Reference Files.
The collection holds papers and publications that reflect the family life, recreational hobbies, service activities, and professional interests of Dr. Wolff. There are a few family photographs.
The collection consists of two interviews that cover topics and recollections spanning 1919-1960s. The narrators are Sally E. Solomon (approximately 75 minutes) and Pearl Barker (85 minutes).
The collection consists of a photocopy of the four pages of the 1982 Articles of Incorporation.