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The collection contains Burke’s political correspondence, and material on the Truman-Barkley Club, especially concerning arrangements for President Truman’s visit to Duluth in 1948.
The collection contains photographs of Duluth, primarily West Duluth, gathered from a variety of sources.
The collection consists of business advertising cards of firms which either conducted business, or were located, in the Duluth, Minnesota area.
The collection contains news clippings, handwritten notes, programs, and photographs largely obtained from a dismantled scrapbook.
The collection contains a diploma, photograph and news clippings from 1904–1972, a plant sketchbook, a scrapbook, and various items of Benton Byers' father Fredrick W. Byers including journals, notes, and letters from the Civil War.
Cabinet and photographic post cards donated because there is evidence in most of the images that they were taken or in some way connected to Duluth.
The collection consists of seven cabinet cards, all but one of which is albumen.
The collection consists of 2 labor dues books, approximately 65 alphabetical city election cards from 1909, 1913, and a few that are not dated, and a written list of the cards in alphabetical order.
The collection consists of a bill of lading book kept at Ontonagon, Michigan, which lists ships, their captains, and ports of destination.
The collection consists of the transcript of an interview recorded by Elmer Albinson, Director of the Amerian Swedish Institute in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The collection consists of a notebook of various St. Louis County range grids for townships 58–68 with physical features sketched in pencil, 1913, and correspondence concerning a fire claim, 1921–1925.
The collection consists of family photographs, papers, and a scrapbook primarily documenting the life of Gayle Thoreson Carlson (d. 2000), and her husband Carl E. Carlson (d. 1992), as well as information on Proctor, Minnesota and the Cozy Café.
The collection contains one bound volume of 53 exterior and interior black and white silver gelatin 8x10 photographs by L. P. Gallagher from 1941 of the Carlson house and furnishings at 202 North 24th Avenue East, Duluth, Minnesota, small hand-drawn floor plans of the basement and three floors, one 5x7 photograph of the house under construction with the workmen in 1910, and a detail of an undated photograph identified as architect Robert Lobecke.
The collection contains nine snapshots of Miss Nelson, the Vermilion Lake School, and her eight or nine pupils who are unidentified, and appear to be five to twelve years of age.
The collection consists of one audiocassette tape of an oral history interview about life in Morgan Park.
The collection consists of a single letter, dated May 2nd, 1883, to Agnes Kinnisch from Matthew Carroll or Mrs. Carroll. The letter concerns allegations made against Miss Kinnisch's character and confirms the Carrolls' positive experiences with Miss Kinnisch while she was employed as their domestic servant.
The collection consists of two letters written by Frank Casey to his sister, Jenny, of Duluth, while he was in the U.S. Army in England and France during World War I.
This collection consists of papers, photographs, citations, and memorabilia of Lewis G. Castle during and preceeding his term as Administrator of the St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation.
The collection consists of photographs by Caswell & Davy. The photographs are of Superior Street from 1st or 2nd Avenue West, looking east up the hill and down toward the water; also, there is a photograph of the steamer "Arizona" from 1868.
The collection contains constitution, bylaws, minutes; booklets with officers, committees, membership lists and concert programs; and scrapbooks.
The collection contains census counts of Carlton and Lake Counties, Minnesota; the towns of Duluth, Fond du Lac and Grand Portage, Minnesota; and the township of Oneota, Minnesota for June 1, 1865. The census schedules include names. These materials are copies typed from the original in 1924 by the St. Louis County Historical Society.
The collection consists of correspondence and subject files of Director Richard Kunz; Minnesota Chemical Dependency Association Board minutes, newsletter, and section minutes for Region II; research files; newsclipping scrapbook for the Center; a small amount of Center office records; and local, state, and national published materials on durg and alcohol use, abuse, treatment, policy, law and issues.
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 consists of one volume of corporate minutes and two volumes of stock certificates.
The collection contains three land books containing land locations, land and timber sales information, deed dates and records of land payments of the properties held by the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway.
The materials in this collection concern disputed claims regarding land in present day downtown Duluth, Minnesota that was initially granted to the Ojibwe Chief Buffalo.
The Duluth ship canal was dug through Minnesota Point in 1870 to benefit the Duluth harbor. The City of Superior, fearing the canal would change the flow of water through their ship entry, brought suit against Duluth to halt the construction. The collection contains a Circuit Court of the United States Bill of Complaint against the City of Duluth and a letter addressed to the City.
The collection contains financial ledgers of a Duluth, Minnesota realty company.
The collection contains a diary, notebook, letter press of Clark & Relf, 1865-1871; some correspondence, 1861-1866; and biographical information.
The collection consists of Committee meeting agendas, minutes, and financial statements; a limited amount of correspondence and publications; educational materials, student reaction papers to classroom presentations on the lynchings and racism, and scholarship essays; and Heidi Bakk-Hansen's notes for her Ripsaw article.