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The collection consists primarily of black and white and color photographs by a photojournalist employed by a Duluth newspaper. The photographs are of the city of Duluth, events, people, as well as the northeast Minnesota area primarily from 1971, 1982-1990s; many are not dated and unidentified.
The collection is comprised of one volume including minutes from 1913-1916, records of dues paid by members and bills paid by the organization.
The collection consists of the records, letters, news coverage, editorials, and other written materials generated by the group to inform and persuade people to their point of view or in response to the Coalition and local points of view. The collection also contains 29 over sized rally posters.
The collection consists of copies of interviews and conversations recorded by the Cook County Historical Society.
The collection contains correspondence, diaries, articles and addresses written by Darling, a subject file, personal financial materials, news clippings, photographs, and engineering plans.
The collection contains handwritten notes on logging and the lumber business, a small amount of correspondence, manuscripts and biographical materials.
The collection consists of approximately 1,240 black and white and color slides of Duluth sites, views, events, and activities from 1955-1973.
The collection contains company records, a small amount of Consolidated log rafting records: summary of operations, production reports, and tug and rafting information. It also holds snapshots and photographs, Hagman's research files, and his hand written drafts of an unpublished book on a general history of log rafting and log rafting by Consolidated Paper Company specifically.
The collection contains photocopies of letters written by Hall. The originals are located at the Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, Minnesota.
The collection consists of Hearding's journal containing copies of letters, reports, statistical data, and similar information relating to his career, including surveys of the Great Lakes.
This project recorded the memories and experiences of early employees, board members, and community leaders involved in the establishment and start-up of the Western Lake Superior Sanitary District (WLSSD) in Duluth, Minnesota. Fifteen narrators participated.
The collection contains correspondence, papers and court records relevant to Dr. Leppink's and the County Health Board's role in the litigation of the lengthy legal case involving Reserve Mining Company"s dumping of taconite tailings into Lake Superior.
This collection contains reports, correspondence, court materials and exhibits related to the Reserve Mining Company controversy over the company’s policy of discharging taconite tailings into Lake Superior.
Consists of one reel of microfilm containing images of an account book kept by fisherman Daniel Lind, working near Castle Danger, Minnesota on Lake Superior.
The map collection contains maps of the United States and Canada, the Midwest Area, Great Lakes, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and more detailed maps of the counties, towns, mines, etc.
Consists of one reel of microfilmed copies of Sverre Mathisen's papers. The papers consist of correspondence and miscellaneous papers and financial records of two Lutsen, Minnesota residents, Sverre Mathisen and Sevold Rise, who were partners in a commercial fishing operation along the North Shore of Lake Superior.
The collection consists of one record of the McDougall-Duluth Shipbuilding Company.
The collection contains photographs albums which depict Lake Superior Ships, docks, passenger ships, shipwrecks and ship buildings. Photographs in the collection were collected by Harvey Miller.
The collection contains Coastal Zone Management Program Policy Advisory Committee minutes and various statements issued by the Minnesota State Planning Agency pertaining to Coastal Zone Management.
The collection consists of images and negatives made by or collected by Kenneth Moran.
Contains interviews with ten participants, documenting the history of commercial fishing on Lake Superior's North Shore. The interviewees are individuals who themselves, or whose families, engaged in commercial fishing in this region. The interviewer is Barbara Sommer.
The collection contains correspondence between member historical societies, meeting programs, 6 photographs taken in meetings, resolutions, and newspaper clippings.
The collection consists of Thomas Peck’s prints of the Duluth area and scenes of winter, smelt fishing, and Split Rock Lighthouse, the shore of Lake Superior and other unidentified “nature” scenes.
The collection holds subject files that reflect Pegor’s participation, focus, or concern. Biographical materials include Donna W. Pegors, retired (1989) University of Minnesota Duluth music professor. The subjects are arranged alphabetically.
The album is a nearly day-by-day visual log of new construction of a mill at the Duluth waterfront, presumably at 39th Avenue West.
Consists of an audio recording and a transcript of an interview with Halvor Reiten, a commercial fisherman on Lake Superior. The interview was conducted by Geoffrey Pope and Bob Bruce and took place in 1976.
The collection contains legal correspondence, testimony, briefs, transcripts, reports, and exhibits dealing with the various legal trials.
The collection consists of black and white photographs by Hjalmer C. Rykken amateur but experienced photographer, that were made between October 1958 and July 1962. Content of the photographs includes: streets, views of Lake Superior, Central High School, Fire Hall, the Hibbard Plant, Lakefront, the First Presbyterian Church, Elliott Packing Co., Park Point, and Rail Road tracks.
The collection contains articles of incorporation; bylaws; annual meeting materials; minutes; correspondence; financial materials; news releases; resolutions; issue files on topics such as acid rain, conservation, harbor refuge, etc.; some Reserve Mining case exhibits; scrapbooks; bumper stickers; and an oral history project.
The collection contains annual reports, 1954-1977, minutes, 1930-1977, correspondence, files by office divisions, legal materials, news clippings, publications, and photographs.