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The collection contains family correspondence and photographs of the family.
The collection consists of copy prints of material from Franz Schultz's scrapbook including photographs of Schultz with others, news clippings about musical productions, and concert programs. The materials all reflect activities in the Duluth, Minnesota area.
The collection consists of the office files maintained by the Friends officers and committee members.
The collection consists of identified and unidentified photographs of the Duluth area, with and without corresponding negatives, negatives without corresponding prints and post cards.
The collection contains photographs and glass plate negatives of Duluth, Minnesota taken by photographer Paul Gaylord.
The collection consists of snapshots, and a few postcards, that document Amanda Geipel’s 15-day trip with family to the Basswood Fishing Lodge at Ely, Minnesota.
The collection consists of family papers, photos, a genealogical chart (1981), and documents of John and Steve (WWI veteran) Gelineau. Photos include a portrait of Rebecca, Steve’s mother; a portrait of Steve; a family portrait ca. 1895; and photos of Steve in the military.
The collection consists of photograph albums from various photographers and collectors.
This collection consists of visual images arranged by subject, name, or format.
The collection consists of cabinet cards and unmounted, primarily, albumen prints stamped with Newton's name or his advertisement. It is assumed he made the photographs.
This collection contains glass plate negatives and photographic prints collected by Dr. Gillespie. Images include doctors, clinics, hospitals, nurses, the St. Louis County Medical Society, and early scenes of Duluth, Minnesota.
The collection contains material concerning Glen Avon Church collected by the Macfarlane family including: letters regarding dolls for the Annual Flower Show Association, and auxiliary of the church, 1898; church event pamphlets and weekly church bulletins, 1898–1973; correspondence regarding donation of church bell, 1910; news clippings concerning the Flower Show and the first pastor, 1898–1947; and three photographs of the church and Mr. MacFarlane, 1890–1962.
The collection contains two clerk's ledgers, 1879-1908, 1908-1912; photocopied census records, 1858-1905; photocopied school census, 1934, 1938; miscellaneous financial records, a list of qualified electors, 1938; a summary of votes of primary elections, 1936, and School Board minutes related to the fire and subsequent rebuilding of School #2, 1925-1926, and a photograph of the Gnesen Community Center, 1981.
The collection contains correspondence, photographs, and print material from Regent Emeritus Erwin L. Goldfine's collection dated between 1966 to 1989.
The collection contains family and business papers, photographs, slides, one film, scrapbooks and photograph albums. The collection includes correspondence, legal documents, publications, minutes, photographs, financial reports, and news clippings for Goldfine's, Miller Furniture Company, Spirit Mountain Authority, Temple Israel, and the Goldfine family.
The collection consists of approximately 1,240 black and white and color slides of Duluth sites, views, events, and activities from 1955-1973.
The collection contains papers, photographs, and recordings from the collection of Dr. Grace Lee Nute dated between 1909 and 1989.
Albert S. Grahek was a member of the Civilian Conservation Corps camp #1751 located at Two Harbors, Minnesota, in 1937, he was 17 years of age. The nine photographs which comprise this collection are of Mr. Grahek and the camp.
The collection consists of portrait photographs by the Stitt Studio of Grand Rapids, Minnesota and newspaper negatives from the Grand Rapids Herald Review.
The collection contains correspondence, pamphlets, publications, minutes, press releases, one photograph, newspaper clippings, articles, maps and miscellaneous reference materials. The records reflect the organic history of the Association and the history of the entire Seaway movement from the establishment of the Association to its demise in 1939.
The collection consists of a small travel diary written during a Minnesota Historical Society sponsored trip to James Bay, Canada, and several black and white photographs from the trip. The trip took place July 21-31, 1964.
The collection consists of printed company promotional materials; professionally shot photographs; snapshots of workers, Greyhound drivers, Greyhound buses, and Greyhound depots and facilities; and correspondence regarding certain motor coaches.
The papers have been grouped within the categories of family materials, business materials, community material, and scrapbooks, photographs, travel and safari items grouped together.
The collection contains company records, a small amount of Consolidated log rafting records: summary of operations, production reports, and tug and rafting information. It also holds snapshots and photographs, Hagman's research files, and his hand written drafts of an unpublished book on a general history of log rafting and log rafting by Consolidated Paper Company specifically.
The collection is arranged in six series: Genealogy and Family History; Personal Correspondence; Family Photographs; Real Estate; Business/Financial Records; and Objects and Ephemera.
The collection includes photographs of views from the Duluth, Minnesota area.
The collection contains two folders of papers, one of personal papers (1905-1964), and one of employment records, local and state health department reports, and correspondence (1904-1941). Folder two holds December 30, 1927 letters about "disposal of dairy products from the Louis Jacobson farm in Cotton Township where a typhoid fever case developed."
The collection consists of three photographs and one business ledger. The photographs are a portrait of William P. Heimbach, one image of Duluth and Superior lumbermen at an outing at Namekan Lake Sept 5-7, 1919, the Virginia & Rainy Lake Co., and employees of the Endion Lumber Co, about 1920. The one volume ledger is from the Heimbach Lumber Company cover March through July, 1883.
Contains photographs taken by Helge A. Gustafson of various construction and demolition projects in Duluth, Minnesota throughout the 1970s and 1980s.
The collection contains photographs consisting of family portraits, bicycles, rifles, houses and work places from 1885-1948; a biography from 1892-1969 and articles from the Northwestern Gun Club of Duluth from 1921-1966; guns, shooting ledgers from 1933-1969; the National Rifle Association from 1926-1933; weather report and diary of John J. Hibbard from 1911-1962.