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Collection contains the records of the Advisory Architect of the University of Minnesota, including subject and building files.
This record represents the complete run of the Advocate Classifieds held in the Tretter Collection from 1991 - 1997.
Contains administrative records, such as board meeting minutes, policy statements, financial records, production files, subscription materials, editorial files, and general correspondence.
Records documenting the Metropolitan Minneapolis YMCA interactions with various related organizations, including the Ladies Auxiliary, Minneapolis Y Wives, Minneapolis Church Athletic Association (MCAA), and the Y Men's International clubs.
The collection contains scrapbooks from Detachment 420 of the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFRotC) from 1956 and 1985.
Collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, proofs, and other documentation of nine books published by Afton Historical Society Press (now known as Afton Press).
Graphic artist, copperplate printing-pref., wood block printing, painter, engraver, art teacher, illustrator Biographical data, documents, medical reports, correspondence, newspaper and magazine clippings, copies from sketches, slides, lists of graphic art, sketch, catalogs, periodicals, programs, poster, sketch book
The Allen Collection contains both illustrative and written production material from three titles between the years 1949 and 1967, including corrected typescripts, notes, and black and white ink illustrations.
Correspondence between Agnes Brown Leach, a Survey Associates board member, and Paul Kellogg, editor of the Survey.
The collection contains written material for one children's book by Agnes Szudek published under the pseudonym Mary McCaffrey.
This collection documents the history of various members of the Agrant family, a Jewish family who lived in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Inventory of materials related to the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA)
The Aileen Fisher papers contains written production material for several books written by Fisher, as well as clippings and correspondence related to her career as a writer and poet for children.
Collection contains Finnish folk song books and books on Finnish composers and music, sheet music by Jean Sibelius, Selim Palmgren, Yrjo Kilpinen, and miscellaneous composers, manuscript facsimiles of songs from Musiikin Tiedotuskeskus, folk songs by various composers (e.g. Ilmari Hannikainen, Toivo Kuula, Erkki Melartin, and Aapo Simila), chorals, and sheet music for kantele and piano.
Typescript memoir by Aina Teeri Maki Nyman, born in Kurikka, Finland, in 1907. Immigrated to the United States in 1920 to join her father Issac Teerimaki in Ironwood, Michigan.
Includes recordings of Aina Swan Cutler's work set to music on audio cassette.
The Aingelda Ardizzone Collection contains written production material from one children's book written by Ardizzone.
Papers (1920-1973) of Aino Maki consist of photographs of key figures in the Central Cooperative Exchange (later the Central Cooperative Wholesale) of Superior, Wis., as well as cooperative training classes from the 1920s and 1930s. Also included is an addition to Maki's family history.
Collection contains photographs, negatives, slides, scrapbooks, videos, and other materials that document the activities of the student cadets of Air Force ROTC Detachment 415 at the University of Minnesota.
Papers (1952-1980) pertaining to the Ajami family history include letters; newspaper clippings; programs; poetry; and photographs. Much of the material concerns Selma (Bojolad) Ajami, an opera singer, and Jocelyn Ajami, an artist. Correspondence refers to Philip K. Hitti, and correspondents include Ambassador Fletcher Warren.
Collection includes audio cassettes and reel-to-reel tapes primarily of performances and practice sessions held at the New Riverside Café. Additionally, there are posters and flyers from performances [circa 1970s-1997], newspaper clippings about the café and performers who played there, some administrative paperwork regarding the management of the collective, and promotional materials and correspondence from musicians interested in performing at the venue.
Papers of Al LaMagna consist of materials pertaining to the Order Sons of Italy in America. Included are a Distinguished Service Award certificate from the Pennsylvania Grand Lodge, and artifacts include Pennsylvania Grand Lodge officer title and emblem pins, wooden gavels, a Nuova Vittorio Emanuele No. 901 banner, and an Italian flag.
The papers contain a large amount of material relating to Finnish American music. Included are Pakkala's notes, articles, sheet music, correspondence, lists of bibliographic entries, and dissertations regarding the Finnish American community. The collection also contains a significant number of photographs, slides, and video and audio tapes.
The Alan Arkin papers contains written production material for one children's picture book from 1972.
The Alan E. Cober papers contains material related to two children's books illustrated by Cober.
Collection contains correspondence, class handouts, lecture notes and visual aids, published articles and reports, subject files, audio tapes and videotapes relating to Perlis' work in computer science education, programming languages, and compiler programs.
This collection consists of correspondence with Alan Rich during World War II as well as photographs and various ephemera.