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The collection consists of articles of incorporation, bylaws and amendments, annual reports, minutes, financial statements, correspondence, newsletters, policies, a few photographs, and scrapbooks.
The records of the church span a number of the years of activity, but there are gaps in the records. They are organized into four series: Administrative, Social Organizations, Ministerial, and Financial.
The collection consists of minutes, correspondence, accounting and sales ledgers, payroll cards, real estate, one film circa 1939 (WDSE video copy), and brewing records spanning the operation from near its beginning to its close.
The collection contains family correspondence and photographs of the family.
The member's file contains minutes and correspondence letters from the Friends of the UMD Library from 1988 to 1989.
The collection consists of the office files maintained by the Friends officers and committee members.
The collection contains handwritten notes on logging and the lumber business, a small amount of correspondence, manuscripts and biographical materials.
Collection contains photographs, sheet music, programs, flyers, correspondence and clippings.
The collection contains the personal and professional papers of George Hall McCune, professor of social studies at the University of Minnesota.
The collection contains the papers of George Malcolm Stephenson, professor emeritus of history at the University of Minnesota.
The collection contains correspondence, minutes, financial and membership records, service certificates, reference materials, photographs and blueprints of three Duluth G.A.R. organizations.
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 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 the papers of Grover Maxwell, professor of philosophy at the University of Minnesota.
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 consists of by-laws, minutes, correspondence, and reports. It also includes one map produced in 1971 by the Council indicating projected land usage for the Duluth metropolitan area in 1985.
The collection consists of scrapbooks of the Head of the Lakes United Nations Association.
The collection consists of two diaries belonging to William H., correspondence files of John H. Sr. dating from World War I and II concerning the war effort and war related experiences.
Articles and manuscripts by Taremäe, correspondence, documents regarding his work at Estonian Archives in US, Association for Advancement of Baltic Studies, Alumni Association of Tallinn Secondary School of Science, Estonian World Council. Various printed matter and newspaper clippings.
The collection contains personal and professional papers: family correspondence, professional correspondence, literature files, laboratory research reports and notebooks, organization files, grants files, laboratory slides and photographs.
The collection contains materials created by and related to the Helen and Adrian Hoover family, including materials related to Helen Hoover's career as a nature writer.
Collection contains photographs, clippings, programs, and board materials.
The collection contains election materials, mayoral, personal and business correspondence, speeches, articles and letters by Hugo, material on social activities, descriptions of Hugo, and his personal diary from 1902–1913.
The collection consists of the files kept by the Chair of the Community Services Survey Committee beginning with the organizational meeting, May 28, 1969, of the Human Resources Planning Coalition.
The collection contains business and personal correspondence,1894-1961; newsclippings concerning shipping and Hiram Inman, 1894-1968; photographs of family, friends and boats, 1893-1934; a sketchbook containing May Inman's sketches of boats and flowers, 1893-1894; and 5 scrapbooks.
This collection consists of a fragment of items which merely name some of the principle people and changes within the Insurance Service Agency over fifty years and a chronological sketch of the company’s history.
The collection, arranged alphabetically by subject, contains reference materials, correspondence, photographs, minutes, and bulletins.