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The papers include photographs (1908-1994), an undated wedding portrait, account books (about 1900), hunting and fishing licenses (1960-1988), high school diplomas (1930, 1945), letters, military service papers (1932), greeting cards (1954-1963), and service station papers (1941-1992). The largest part of the collection is fishing and hunting photographs.
Consists of one reel of microfilm containing images of two volumes of scrapbooks compiled by Agnes Lind Thorngren. The scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings relating to the fishing communities along the North Shore of Lake Superior in Minnesota.
The photographs of this collection were apparently the property of Mr. C. M. Thurston. Subjects shown in the snapshots are: family life, home interiors, Christmas with children, Lincoln Park, buildings – mostly family dwellings, children with pets, mothers and children on the porch, Seattle, Washington, boats in water, C.A. Nichols, Jr. , Adams School, Oneota Cemetery, 21st Ave. W., Oreck’s Wholesale.
The collection consists primarily of correspondence written by four of Peter Tilderquist’s children: Alice Minnie (Tilderquist) Gibson; Eva Tilderquist; Anna Lavinia (Tilderquist) Anderson; and David Tilderquist. The collection also contains personal papers and estate papers.
The collection contains one personal letter written by Tower and two letters to Charlemagne Tower from his cousin A. Tower.
The collection consists of one videocassette of family movies shot in Houghton, Michigan, and includes Minnesota iron range footage shot by and about the Trezona Family dating between 1925-1929, narrated by Richard J. Trezona.
Photographer Truman D. Goresline took these photographs while visiting friends at Partridge Lake, now called Colby Lake that is located, in the Aurora-Hoyt Lakes, Minnesota area. The photos are from the years 1908-1919, and include scenes of lake activities and landscapes.
The collection contains articles on the Tupper Family Association, membership cards, executive committee meeting announcements, reunion notices and business letters especially concerning the Association and the Tupper house, and Tupper’s own life history.
The collection contains secretary’s journals.
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 contains: biographical information, certificates, awards, miscellaneous, 1906-39; photographs 1904, ca. 1912; scrapbook 1911-23, news clippings—Finnish Relief Fund, 1939-40; publications about Duluth and Minnesota, 1912-22; articles by Van Cleef in magazines and newspapers, 1914-69; articles about and of interest to Van Cleef, 1919-70; research interests, 1920-1961; information on Finnish Rya rugs, 1923-25
The collection contains the autobiography of Clayton A. Videen entitled "The Hard Life and Good Times of Clayton A. Videen by himself".
Mrs. Andrew Warner of Biwabik, Minnesota apparently saved these cabinet card portraits of her family. Nothing is known of the family or the history of the photographs.
The collection contains five letters addressed to Warner from her mother, S.F. Stewart.
The collection contains Frank M. Warren's records from the Isle Royale Citizens’ Committee 1926-1929.
The collection consists of the records for the Washburn Elementary School PTA, including minutes, reports, scrapboooks, newletters, newspaper clippings and group photographs.
John Larry Washburn's 437 page, unedited manuscript titled simply Claude, is a biography of his father, author, Claude Carlos Washburn.
The collection contains six scrapbooks. The scrapbooks hold lists of past presidents and members, newspaper clippings, announcements, programs, and a few snapshots.
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 contains contractors’ bids and papers about installation of furnishings presumably for the new home, as well as other miscellaneous household papers.