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Photographs, slides, and audiovisual materials depicting the buildings, programs, events, and activities of the Minneapolis YMCA.
The collection contains undated photographs from the Minnesota Collegiate Music Facilities.
The collection contains production material for nine non-fiction juvenile books written by Miriam Schlein.
Photographs of YMCA of Greater New York branches, buildings and activities.
Collected video (VHS), audio, film and photographic marketing and promotional materials used by the YMCA of Greater New York to publicize its programs and events. The collection also includes audio and video documentation of YMCA events such as General Assemblies, Dodge dinners and lunches, fund-raising events and radio and television broadcasts.
Collected photographic images from the Camping Services Department illustrating the history of 14 overnight and day camps operated by the YMCA of Greater New York.
Miscellaneous photographs, contact sheets and slides of buildings, events, people, and activities of the Greater New York YMCA.
Collected photographic images of sporting events at various YMCA branches in New York City.
The Niels Diffrient collection includes job files, architectural drawings, trade catalogs, correspondence, slides, research materials, and manuscripts written by and relating to designer Niels Diffrient. It also includes his personal library, rolodex, and patents of his designs.
The collection includes inkjet print of a digital photo from the children's book The Neighborhood Sing-Along.
Collection contains typescripts and photograph illustrations for two children's books by Noemi Weygant.
Contains records of the Normanna Male Chorus of Duluth, Minnesota, including meeting minutes, bylaws and constitutions, songbooks, scrapbooks, photographs, sound recordings, and other items.
The collection contains records from the Northeast Agricultural Experiment Station in Duluth, MN which are dated between 1914 and 1976.
The collection contains materials related to the COVID-19 pandemic as it was experienced in Northeastern Minnesota.
This collection consists of merchandise, including toys, china, and ephemera related to the Brownies series by Palmer Cox. It also contains one original pen and ink drawing and correspondence.
Collection contains photographs of buildings designed by Parker Berry.
The collection contains photographic slides from UMD.
Photographs And Audio Visual Materials. News Service Prints, General. Moran, Kenneth J. Photograph Collection
This collection contains the Kenneth J. Moran Photograph collection.
The series consists of oversize photographs (mounted) that were displayed in the Tweed Museum during UMD's 25th anniversary
This is a series that contains large framed photographs of general university origin.
The collection contains materials from the Phulakes Fraternity (Lambda Kappa Sigma) at the Duluth State Teachers College from 1930 to 1941.
This series consists of 100 photographic prints (8"x10" Black & White) that depict various UMD campus construction and development scenes. Many aerial views are within this collection.
The collection includes posters and pictorial materials covering architecture, travel, printing, the U.S. Civil War, the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, the United Nations, patriotism. Countries of origin and/or concern include the U.S., Latin America, Japan, Spain, France, U.S.S.R., Poland, Turkey, Britain, Germany, Austria, Scandinavia, Holland and Canada.
Black and white photographs of the building, activities, events and people at the Prospect Park branch of the YMCA of Greater New York.
Collected minutes, brochures and flyers, correspondence, and other materials related to the Prospect Park YMCA branch buildings, camps, residence program, and athletics.
Scattered constitutions and by-laws, histories, minutes, reports, correspondence, photographs, newspapers, journals, articles, publicity, building records, surveys, studies, handbooks, and other material associated with the operation and functions of local YMCA associations in North American, particularly Hawaii and Chicago, Illinois, as well as their connection to the national board of the North American YMCA.