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Contains typescripts and correspondence related to three children's books written by Alvin Tresselt.
Collection contains a bound volume of letters given to Alvin S. Cutler upon his retirement from the University of Minnesota after 39 years as a professor of civil engineering.
The Alvin Schorr papers reflect his influential career in the field of social work, in both the government and academic sectors, from the 1940's through the 1980s. The collection includes Schorr's books, (some in manuscript form), articles, and speeches, his professional correspondence files, and working files from his government and private-sector positions and activities.
The collection contains illustrative materials for 3 children's books illsutrated by Smith.
Papers consist of Amabile and Vincenzo Santacaterina's correspondence, including that of Amabile with Ferdinando Offeli; Vincenzo's notes about a trip to South America in 1965; photographs; clippings; "Il calicanto non cresce a Chicago" (1990), Amabile's autobiography; "Chiuppano nel Mondo" (n.d.), by Ferdinando Pffeli; and "Decenale di Vincenza All'Estero, 1953-1962."
Contains illustrative material for four titles illustrated by Amanda Shepherd.
Records contain newsletters, correspondence and announcements from the Amateur Computer Society, as well as articles on personal computing.
Collection contains documentation by and about the Amazon Bookstore Cooperative, a feminist women's bookstore founded in Minneapolis in 1970 and for many years the oldest operating women's bookstore in the United States.
Collection contains antique play scripts, theater prints and postcards, and a toy theater collected by Dr. Amelia Howe Kritzer.
Records (1969-1981) of the American Arabic Association, a cultural and charitable organization, consist mainly of program announcements for meetings.
Collection contains the records of the Minnesota chapters of the American Association of University Professors, including the University of Minnesota chapter.
The file contains meeting minutes from the American Association of University Professors from 1964-65.
This organization was also known as the Morris Study Club. Information on the economics, rules, by-laws, reports, and correspondence of the association. Membership enrollment lists and journal reports from meetings document many of the group's functions and activities, such as the book fair, the Edna Murphy Morrison Award, and many other interests related to women, including career opportunities and equal rights. A limited amount of national information is also included.
This record represents the run of American Bear held in the Tretter Collection. It is not a complete run but contains issues from a wide range of years of the publication from 1995 up to 2005.
The contents of this collection focus primarily on the American Choral Directors Association of Minnesota and their members, any milestones endured, as well as different VHS and CD recordings of concerts throughout the years. Inclusive dates throughout this collection range from 1956 to 2013.
Collection contains audio/visual recordings, scores, publications, and administrative material created by the Minnesota Composers Forum/American Composers Forum.
The American Council of Polish Cultural Clubs was founded in 1948 to facilitate communication among Polish cultural clubs and promote understanding of Polish culture in the United States. Records (1949-1982) consist of official convention records and publications of affiliated organizations.
The American Federation of Information Processing Societies (AFIPS) records document the organization’s administration and activities, and the AFIPS-sponsored Spring and Fall Joint Computer Conferences (later the National Computer Conference). The records include budget and financial information, reports, board and committee minutes, conference materials, and publications.
The American Immigration and Citizenship Conference records include materials relating to the Conference's efforts to monitor and influence federal immigration policies, especially efforts to replace or revise the national origins quota system and to liberalize policy on the admission of refugees.
The collection contains office files from the UMD American Indian Studies Program from 1971 and 1981.
Partial transcript of the American Italian Historical Association Conference (1972, Boston, Massachussetts) relate to the conference topic "Italian American Radicalism: Old World Origins and New World Developments".
Records of the American Italian Historical Association, Stella del Nord Chapter consist of organizational minutes, correspondence, and financial materials as well as photographs and oral history tapes gathered by the group to document the history of Italian Americans in Minnesota.
Collection consists of correspondence, meeting minutes, materials related to the annual congresses of the organization, newsletters, bulletins, event programs and announcements, correspondence with other Latvian organizations, photographs, and newspaper clippings.
Records consist of reports, newsletters, and board minutes of state and regional Lutheran welfare organizations and local Lutheran welfare institutions.
The ANSI X3H2 Records consist entirely of materials accumulated by Michael M. Gorman in his role as secretary to the committee, beginning with the first meeting in May 1978. The collection, which documents the H2 committee’s development of the NDL and SQL standards, includes three interrelated sets of documents: “Base Documents,” “Papers,” and meeting minutes.
The collection contains copies of papers presented at the association's annual conferences, reflecting a multidisciplinary approach to a broad range of issues affecting children, adolescents, and their families, schools, and communities.
The collection consists of the administrative records created by the Minnesota Chapter of ASIST, as well as papers regarding Audrey Grosch, first chair of ASIST in Minnesota.