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Papers (1950-1959) of Anna Chopek (b. 1912), a retired Ukrainian American lawyer, include a manuscript her father, Elias Chopek, read to a fifth grade class about his immigration to America.
The collection contains a partial proof for the children's book Cyrus Holt and the Civil War.
Excerpt from memoir "Anna's Story", concerning experiences in Augsburg, Germany, Displaced Persons camp, covering the period of Summer 1945 - Fall 1949.
Collection contains papers documenting the career of the prima ballerina, Anna Pavlova.
The collection contains written production materials for books written by Annabel and Edgar Johnson.
Anne Fine's papers include drafts and production material for one book written by Anne Fine.
Papers consist of an account of family life in Velkrop, Austria-Hungary (later in Czechoslovakia, now in Slovakia), in the late 1800s. Guzy discusses agriculture, the role of the churches, marriage customs, housing, folk medicine, foods, clothing, funerals, holidays, and child care.
The collection contains written production materials for two novels written by author Anne Knowles.
The Anne McCaffrey collection contains written production materials for one juvenile fantasy title written by Anne McCaffrey.
Collection contains written and illustrative production materials for 7 titles, including lecture papers and a slide collection.
The collection contains production material related to Anne Pellowski's work as an author of children's books, as well as other related items, including personal materials and photographs, and audiovisual items.
The collection contains illustrative and written material for four children's books written or illustrated by Anne Siberell.
The collection contains illustrative material for two children's books created by Anne Samson.
Collection contains the papers of Anne T. Truax, instructor in the women's studies program and director of the Minnesota Women's Center at the University of Minnesota.
Cassette tapes containing recordings of Finnish and Finnish American folk music, included are also several Finnish and Finnish American publications from the late 19th and early 20th century.
The Anne Ursu Papers contain material related to the creation of the three titles in the Cronus Chronicles series.
Photographs and articles about Anne V. Marinelli, a librarian, and her sister Angela Marinelli, a language teacher from Minnesota.
The collection contains illustrations for a children's book illustrated by Anne Vaughan.
Articles and reports on: tuberculosis control; the Medical Social Service Progarm of the Wheat Ridge Foundation, American Red Cross public health and military hospital programs; and the Social Service Department of the University of Minnesota Hospitals. The materials were created or collected by Annie Laurie Baker, professor and director of the University Hospital Social Service Department at the University of Minnesota.
Collected reports, primarily quarterly and annual, of North American YMCA foreign secretaries working in various cities in China.
Collection brought to Tretter in July 2022 by Jeff Crump. These books were given to us by Jeff Crump, the neighbor of the man who owned them. When Anonymous died, his children found these materials in a sealed box in his apartment. The note said "Do Not Open - give to Jeff in Apartment 1302." They did not open the box before giving it to Jeff. Jeff had known the man for 30 years and never knew he was gay.
The Anonymous Erotica Collection is an archival collection that combines materials donated to the Tretter Collection by anonymous individuals. The collection contains a range of visual and print materials, including photographs and ephemera. and features hand made erotic scrapbooks.
The collection contains the original UMD flag that was flown in the Elsworth Mountain Region of Antarctica and latert over the South Pole.
The collection consists of the production materials for four titles translated from German by Anthea Bell.
Correspondence between Girolama Palamara (nee Palmeri) in Brooklyn, New York and her husband, Anthony Palamara, who was in the military. (Photocopies of letters and envelopes.)
Papers consist of a copy of his autobiography and a typescript interview with him by Rudolph J. Vecoli.
Papers of Anthony Cama consist of Order Sons of Italy in America materials, including Junior Division ritual book (Mass.), correspondence of the Riunite No. 889 chapter (Mass.). Also included are a Columbus Day Proclamation by Gov. John Volpe (1965), a resume of Paul Lazzaro, newspaper clippings pertaining to OSIA lodges in Lynn and to the Mass. grand lodge, and photographs of local OSIA lodge activities (1963-1965).