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The collection contains materials related to the Congdon family, including personal and business papers. The papers include: photographs; materials related to the Glensheen estate house, grounds, and staff; Chester Congdon's business, financial, and political papers; materials related to Chester Congdon's 1914 trip around the Pacific; personal correspondence; diaries; and publications and ephemera.
The Cookie Curci-Wright papers consist of family history material, the memoir "My Italian American Grandparents: A Legacy of Lessons and Love" and photographs. Also included is one CD-R containing digital versions of selected photos.
The collection includes correspondence, scores, manuscripts, signed photographs, audio recordings (open reel and audio cassette) and other ephemera created and collected by composer Dominick Argento.
This collection documents the life and career of Donald Nivison Ferguson, Professor Emeritus of Music at the University of Minnesota. Contents include articles, speeches, clippings, correspondence, manuscripts, programs, photographs, awards, publications and scrapbooks. Family history materials, to include school assignments and drawings of John Ferguson, and information about Ferguson Hall at the University are included.
Collection consists of photographs of residences, commercial buildings, churches, bridges, hotels, government structures, and other buildings gathered by Donald Torbert.
The collection contains photographs from guest artists and people associated with the Minnesota Orchestra.
The collection is primarily photographs of Duluth employees of the Northwestern Bell Telephone company that became US West and Century Link, along with scrapbooks, volunteer files of requests for volunteers, flyers, and thank you notes.
The collection contains photographs from the Duluth State Teachers College.
The collection contains eighteen black-and-white photographs that show women’s groups and activities, and laboratory school classes.
Collection of materials related to the life of bass clarinetist Earl Handlon, who performed with the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra (now Minnesota Orchestra) from 1926-1959.
Collection includes original scores and recordings, as well as scrapbooks, photographs, press clippings, and other family historical materials.
The collection consists of correspondence, research data, patent drawings, publications, and reports of Edward P. Ney, University of Minnesota physicist and astronomer best known for research in cosmic rays, the solar corona, zodiacal light, infrared astronomy, space photography, and radon gas.
The collection contains black and white photographs for one book illustrated by Edward Steichen.
The collection includes historic documents from the Orchestra; books, pamphlets, clippings; photographs of conductors autographed to the Carpenters; letters and telegrams.
Correspondence, diaries and other papers of Emma Young Dickson, documenting her service with the YMCA in France during World War I.
This collection consists of family papers from Etta Fay Orkin as well as photographs from various Jewish organizations with which she was active, including as an alumni of Brandeis University.
The collection contains photographs with the Fenney and Adams stamp or attribution. There are four items: A. Fitger and Company Brewery about 1905; Aerial Ferry Bridge, 1905; Superior Street looking east from Seventh Avenue west about 1900; Aerial Lift Bridge under construction, 1904
This collection contains one photograph of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, located at 902 E. 1st St. in Duluth, Minnesota.
Includes black and white photographs, primarily 5 x 8 images, of events, buildings and people at the Flushing YMCA in Queens, New York. The collection includes a small number of snapshot-size photographs.
The collection consists solely of autographed photographic portraits of leading French men and women. Included are George Clemenceau, Jean Cocteau, Ferdinand Foch, André Maurois, and Raymond Poincaré.
The collection contains written and illustrative materials for over a dozen children's books created by Schloat.
Collection contains photographs, sheet music, programs, flyers, correspondence and clippings.
Collection includes photographs and various material collected by George H. Hess.
Records documenting the operations, administration, and academic output of George Williams College from its origins in the 1880s to its eventual merger with Aurora University in the mid-1980s, especially including dissertations and theses.
Typescripts, photographs, research material, and proofs for The Everlasting Sky by Gerald Vizenor.
The collection contains correspondence, photographs, and print material from Regent Emeritus Erwin L. Goldfine's collection dated between 1966 to 1989.
The collection contains photograph illustrations from one children's book.
The collection contains papers, photographs, and recordings from the collection of Dr. Grace Lee Nute dated between 1909 and 1989.
Collected photographic images from the Harlem Branch of the YMCA of Greater New York, located on West 135th Street in Manhattan.
The collection is arranged in six series: Genealogy and Family History; Personal Correspondence; Family Photographs; Real Estate; Business/Financial Records; and Objects and Ephemera.