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The collection consists of interviews by Professor Richard Hudelson, Ph. D. of Donald Klaber on July 22, 1999 and March 2000.
Professor Richard Hudelson, Ph.D. interviewed Mrs. Klaber on September 19, 25, 1997. The tapes chronicle her life from Germany to the United States, from before throughout and after WWII and her relocation to the United States.
The collection consists of two volumes of PTA minutes for both general membership meetings and board meetings (vol. 1 March 12, 1929 to March 6, 1933; vol. 2 March 14, 1933 to May 21, 1940), one volume of the executive board’s monthly meeting minutes (Sept. 2, 1935 to May 8, 1940) and scrapbooks for the academic years 1955-1956 and 1956-1957.
The collection contains: Luke Marvin papers, family correspondence, Barker (Louisa and Ezra P.) papers, clippings, printed and miscellaneous papers, photographs, Luke A. Marvin papers and household account books, and church materials and miscellany.
This project was an effort to capture the history of a community just northwest of Duluth. It was intended to produce a video for an all class reunion project for the summer of 2001. This video is the product of the reunion committee activity.
The collection consists of PTA scrapbooks and class pictures from Merritt Elementary School.
The collection consists of audio recordings of interviews of individuals involved with Mesaba Co-op Park in Hibbing, Minnesota, biographical information on narrators, interview abstracts, transcripts of the interviews, and photographs contemporary to the interviews.
The collection contains correspondence, reference materials, photographs and news clippings.
The collection consists of minutes, lists of committee members, funding information, expenses, exhibit subjects and timeline, a CD of the final exhibit on site.
The collection consists of the records of the Morgan Park School PTA.
The collection consists of the records of the South St. Louis County Chapter of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. The records contain minutes from 1941-1961 and a manual for chapters from January 1, 1961.
The collection contains: rules and regulations; membership and mushers; contracts; board meeting minutes; financial information; correspondence; 1978 St. Paul Winter Carnival finances; races and race schedules; essays on ISDRA sanctioning, Timing, The History of Racing, Winter is for the Dogs, Trails in the Future, Interval Training, Mush (Rolling Stone article March 1984); newspaper clippings 1973–1983; and publications.
The collection consists of minutes, script and typed copy, from July 26, 1909–December 24, 1931; a brief history of the Observation Community Club; its constitution and bylaws; the constitution and bylaws of other community clubs in the city; and a list of names and officers of various community clubs in the city that were used as “contacts”.
The collection consists of unsigned 1947 Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws; August 16, 1971 memo about a July 25, 1971 meeting of the Foundation in Duluth; August 25, 1971, 2 page memo from Hank Fink to Board of Directors of the Foundation whose names and addresses are given; September 20, 1972 letter to the California Foundation members from former president Duluthian Arthur A. Silver; undated newspaper clipping of Warren M. Silver “UM Fete Chairman”, son of Arthur Silver.
The collection contains news clippings, 1928-1973; yearbooks, 1943/44-1975/76; and three general scrapbooks, 1928-1930, 1951-1953. Some photographs are included in the scrapbooks.
Linda A. Paulsen bought the Queen Anne style Alfred and Jane McCordic house at 2104 East Superior Street and converted it into a bed and breakfast enterprise called The Immigrant House. The papers relate solely to the house and its restoration.
The collection contains loose photographs and pages from a photograph album that belonged to Norman Pearce.
The collection contains genealogical note books, some letter contracts and miscellany.
This collection consists of eleven photographs: five albumen cabinet cards and six studio portraits in folders. The studios represented are Thiel, Zweifel, and Dworshak.
The collection contains indexed birth (April 17, 1910- April 11, 1947) and death (April 14, 1909-February 28, 1953) records, permits for burial or removal (May 20, 1916- January 9, 1921), municipal court records (March 2, 1910-July 18, 1961)
The collection contains letters and speeches written in Swedish by Laurette Rietz's father, Lewis Rietz, 1885-1891; Lewis Rietz's 1888 pharmacy license, photographs, circa 1880-1924; and programs and correspondence of Laurette Rietz.
The Riverside School PTA collection contains materials, bulletins, programs, etc. These scrapbooks contain classroom photos, teacher photos, PTA board members, fund raisers, medical advisement for the given year, and any other special interests throughout the year. The collection contains 15 scrapbooks of the PTA and 1 ledger of the PTA.
The collection consists of letters, diaries, memory books, photographs, and photograph albums of the Sawyer, Bennett, and Eaton families.
The collection consists of 16 issues of the Top o' the Bottle newsletter, a newspaper clipping with a photo of Frank Schultz on the job, and a full page (32 1/1" x 22 3/4") 1947 newspaper spread from the November 19, 1947 Duluth Herald announcing the Grand Opening of the new Bridgeman's plant at Fourteenth Avenue East and Superior Street.
The collection contains letters and sketches sent to Frank Smith from his friend, Antoine, who was then in Alaska.
The collection contains correspondence, minutes, scrapbooks, financial records, and reference materials.
The collection consists of Superior Hiking Trail Association minutes from Nov. 26, 1990 and mailings, publicity, and events items.
The collection is comprised of the survey responses of Swedish people who live in Duluth or nearby communities (Cloquet and Two Harbors) and an accompanying booklet They Came From Sweden Invandrare (Immigrant) Register.