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The collection contains business and personal correspondence,1894-1961; newsclippings concerning shipping and Hiram Inman, 1894-1968; photographs of family, friends and boats, 1893-1934; a sketchbook containing May Inman's sketches of boats and flowers, 1893-1894; and 5 scrapbooks.
This collection consists of a fragment of items which merely name some of the principle people and changes within the Insurance Service Agency over fifty years and a chronological sketch of the company’s history.
The collection, arranged alphabetically by subject, contains reference materials, correspondence, photographs, minutes, and bulletins.
The collection consists of audio and/or video recordings of individuals who were involved with planning, opposition, or design and construction of Interstate 35 (I-35) through Duluth in the 1960s through the 1990s. The collection also includes brief biographical information and photographs of the narrators and transcripts of the interviews.
The collection consists of constitution and by-laws; a list of charter members dated 1894; minutes from 1894 -1929; correspondence and mailing list from 1945-1975; biographies, obituaries and clippings; historical accounts of medical developments in Duluth; and notes of member and officer, Dr. Karl W. Emmanuel from 1982 and 1983.
The collection consists of two letterpress books containing the business correspondence of attorney James Harvey Whitely.
The collection contains correspondence, 1876 - circa 1930; news clippings; pamphlets; elections ephemera; and programs, invitations and announcements for social and personal events.
The collection contains 10 photographs of Jay D. Siegel, his father Julius Siegal, and their pawn shop, Keystone Loan.
This collection contains Robert Jefferson's deeds and quit claims.
The collection consists of three audio recordings of interviews with Albertine Johnson. The interviewer was her son, Rudy Johnson. Interviews took place on September 7, 1977 and May 7, 1978.
Emma Johnson, a resident of Minneapolis, Minnesota, received letters from Gustave E. Lundberg, a clothing salesman in Duluth, Minnesota. The letters contain information on day-to-day living and social and religious happenings in Duluth during this period (1891-1895).
The collection consists of letters, photographs, office files, and five scrapbooks of newspaper clippings from Duluth newspapers compiled in chronological sequence by Johnson's secretary spanning the years George D. Johnson was mayor.
The collection consists of one loose leaf notebook containing correspondence, photographs, Johnson's notes, and newspaper clippings from the years 1950 to 1956 compiled by George W. Johnson concerning Johnson's search for information about Joseph Gaston Willson.
The collection contains business correspondence, 1908–1932; news clippings of personal life and friends, 1911–1935; photographs of John P. Johnson, 1929–1931; miscellaneous, 1901–1935; and one scrapbook with news clippings of bank statements of condition, political articles, stock market conditions, census figures, and personal items, 1888–1914.
The collection contains correspondence,1906–1923; legal materials; news clippings, 1918–1924; and pamphlets. Legal materials include petitions and complaints to the Federal Trade Commission and miscellaneous resolutions.
The collection contains correspondence, minutes, reference materials, contracts, maps, blueprints and news clippings.
The papers are not extensive but sketch for us family relationships and three interests of Ira Jones: the temperance movement, which he helped to establish in communities where he lived; fraternal organization affiliation, specifically Good Templars; and the religious denomination Christian Science.
Journeymen Barbers, Hairdressers, and Cosmetologists’ International Union of America, Local 67 records
The collection contains membership ledgers, minute books, cash journals, convention proceedings, Secretary-Treasurer monthly reports, and financial records.
The collection contains correspondence, scrapbooks and music scores.
The collection consists of 8x10 contact sheets of Walter Kamphaus' 4x6 negatives. The images are of scenes and events in recent Duluth history.
The collection contains short scripts written about the local history of the Duluth, Minnesota region, photographs believed to be connected with the scripts, one sound recording of nine episodes of Duluth's Heritage, advisory board minutes from 1969-1970, and publicity material, 1969.
The collection consists of certificates of incorporation and by-laws and a history of the company; minutes 1908-1910; titles, leases, deeds 1887-1959; contracts, correspondence and minutes; stock ledgers 1902-1913; financial statements and balance sheets 1919-1944, 1945-1957; personnel 1956; appraisal 1917; and one black and white photograph of the buildings.
The collection contains digital scans of architectural drawings and correspondence related to the proposed Superior Street/Lakewalk link.
The scrapbook is actually a photograph album with additional information added into it. Mr. Kerr returned to Duluth for his 50th high school reunion: the class of 1915, Central High School, in 1965. Program and brochure material from the reunion are in the scrapbook.
The collection contains one volume that includes articles of incorporation, minutes of Board of Directors meetings, and minutes of stockholders meetings.
The collection consists of letters, certificates, awards, religious and social materials, family papers, and memorials.
The collection consists of interviews by Professor Richard Hudelson, Ph. D. of Donald Klaber on July 22, 1999 and March 2000.
The collection contains constitution and by-laws, 1887; membership list, 1892, of Duluth Commandery No. 18 Knights Templar, organized in 1885; and official program from the Seventieth Annual Conclave of the Grand Commandery Knights Templar of Minnesota held in Duluth in 1935.