Richard Bardon papers
Scope and Contents
The collection contains five photocopied letters, typed copies of four of those letters, and an “Alphabetical Rhyme on Names of Early Residents”. The letters are from Father Baraga (1860) Bishop of Sault Saint Marie, Michigan, E. Vanpaemel (1861), D. Du Runquet (?) (1868), an unknown source (1869), and A. Carpentier (1870).
- Creation: 1860-1871
- Bardon, Richard, 1814-1889 (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Open for use in the Kathryn A. Martin Library, Archives and Special Collections.
Conditions Governing Use
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Biographical / Historical
Richard Bardon came to the United States in 1840 and settled in Maysville, KY. In 1857 he moved to Superior, Wisconsin and by the 1860s he was teaching school at Grand Portage, Minnesota. He held many public offices in Douglas County, Wisconsin and was County Judge at the time of his death. He had 7 children: James, Thomas, Anna, Mary, Jane, Eliza, and John Alexander. The two youngest children were born in Superior.
15.00 Linear Feet
Language of Materials
The collection contains five photocopied letters, typed copies of four of those letters, and an “Alphabetical Rhyme on Names of Early Residents”.
This collection is located at the University of Minnesota Duluth Archives. For more information about this collection or to make an appointment, contact us at email@example.com or 218-726-8526.
This collection is part of the Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections, which are housed in the University of Minnesota Duluth Archives at the Kathryn A. Martin Library, and are on permanent loan from the St. Louis County Historical Society.
- Guide to the Richard Bardon papers
- Finding Aid Authors: B. Bruemmer.
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Collecting Area Details
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Kathryn A. Martin Library
University of Minnesota Duluth
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Duluth MN 55812-3001