Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
General Historical Photograph Album collection
The collection consists of photograph albums from various photographers and collectors.
Hearding family papers
The collection consists of two diaries belonging to William H., correspondence files of John H. Sr. dating from World War I and II concerning the war effort and war related experiences.
Joe Markonich photographs
The collection contains 84 snapshots taken at Nopeming Sanatorium outside of Duluth, Minnesota, and 3 postcards.
Hugh McKenzie photograph collection
The collection contains photographic prints and glass plates of Duluth and surrounding areas.
Selma Johnson Niemi photographs
The collection consists of 104 primarily unidentified small photographs, glued to black photo album paper, that depict Selma Johnson as an employee at Nopeming tuberculosis sanitarium casually or on-duty with other people employees or patients residing there for care. Nopeming staff, facilities, and grounds are shown.
St. Louis County Auditor records
This collection consists of reports made by various county officials; applications for liquor licenses; claims against St. Louis County which have been ordered paid by the County Board; tax records; Auditor's correspondence; public examiner's report on school districts, boards of education, cities, towns, townships, and on St. Louis County; elelction tally sheets; proceedings of the St. Louis County Board of Auditors; and other papers filed with the St. Louis County Auditor.
Inez M. Torell papers
The collection contains a photograph album, a scrapbook, and correspondence.
- Photographs 5
- Duluth (Minn.) 4
- Hospitals 4
- Iron mines and mining 3
- Tuberculosis--Hospitals--Minnesota 3
- Buildings 2
- Duluth (Minn.)--History--Pictorial works 2
- Photographs--1900-1910 2
- Real property 2
- Schools 2
- Tuberculosis--Patients 2
- Women 2
- Agriculture 1
- Annual reports 1
- Boy Scouts 1
- Businesses 1
- Childhood and youth 1
- Children with disabilities 1
- Church buildings 1
- Cloquet (Minn.) 1 + ∧ less