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The collection consists primarily of correspondence written by four of Peter Tilderquist’s children: Alice Minnie (Tilderquist) Gibson; Eva Tilderquist; Anna Lavinia (Tilderquist) Anderson; and David Tilderquist. The collection also contains personal papers and estate papers.
The collections is arranged in four series: administration; financial; publicity, photographs, scrapbooks; and property files.
The collection contains some of the UMD Library's correspondence letters dated between 1971 and 1987.
The collection contains correspondence, publications and reports dealing with the Reserve Mining controversy, and other pollution related problems in the Western Lake Superior area, and information on the organization and achievements of United Citizens for Clean Water and Air.
The collection contains newsletters, club historian's files and scrapbook, and subject files.
The collection contains reports, minutes, ledgers, correspondence, receipts, and publications.
The United Spanish War Veterans, John G. McEwen Camp Number 6 (Duluth, Minn.) records contain: minutes, financial records, proceedings from 1908-1944, correspondence from 1899-1937, completed applications for membership, certificates of transfer and miscellaneous materials pertaining to the camp’s activities.
The collection contains correspondence, congressional reports and acts affecting the Duluth area, City of Duluth resolutions, project reports, bids, employee information, newspaper clippings, transcripts on harbor activities, and a scrapbook.
The collection contains correspondence and transcripts of correspondence pertaining to land claims and disputed land claims.
The collection consists of the records of the United States Weather Bureau, Duluth, Minnesota.
The collection contains annual reports, news clippings, newsletters, promotional materials and working papers.
The collection contains agendas and minutes, an audit covering the years 1975 and 1976, a National Commission on Neighborhoods case study of UWE-COACT, correspondence and reports pertaining to a funding controversy between UWE-COACT and United Way of Greater Duluth in 1977, news clippings, circulars, and newsletters.
Papers of Velma (Hakkila) Doby (1923-2019) consist of materials on Finnish Americans and Finnish American life. Included are newspaper clippings concerning Finnish American scholars and also articles written by e.g. Michael Karni and Carl Ross; clippings concerning Finntowns, notorious Finnish Americans and Finnish Americans in general. Collection contains Velma Doby's thesis including her English translation of an autobiography by the Finnish American poet Helmi Mattson.
The collection consists of correspondence with booking agents and publicity material regarding artists engaged by Scott to perform at the University of Minnesota and other venues.
The collection contains correspondence, contracts, land deeds and abstracts, legal and financial records, income and property tax records, and financial ledgers.
The collection consists of one scrapbook of clippings, correspondence and member lists.
This collections contains personal and professional papers Walter Vivrett, professor of architecture at the University of Minnesota. .
This collection consists of the papers of Walter Thomas Pattison, professor of Spanish at the University of Minnesota.
The collection includes correspondence and manuscripts of recipes contributed by famous musicians to the cookbook. Included is personal correspondence which the musicians exchanged with Rosalynd Pflaum.
The collection contains Frank M. Warren's records from the Isle Royale Citizens’ Committee 1926-1929.
The collection consists of records of the University of Minnesota Waseca Technical College from its inauguration in 1967 through the closing stages of the college in 1992.
Papers (1894-1937) of Wenceslau Sholar, a Slovenian immigrant priest, consist of letters written to his brother in Slovenia. The letters describe the early years of Slovene settlement in Illinois and Minnesota, where Sholar served.
The collection contains minutes, contracts, correspondence, color snapshot photographs of the two days of events in West Duluth and at Bayfront Park, and a copy of the West Duluth Centennial Memory Book: West Duluth Duluth United for a Century 1894-1994.
The collection contains minutes, 1913–1933; a membership dues ledger, 1909–1916; a book of banquets, 1913–1915; correspondence, 1908–1917; and news clippings, 1898–1928.
The collection contains a letterpress book of handwritten, outgoing, business correspondence that is not indexed.
The collection contains recollection of dreams, poetry, drawings, annotations of Waldo Frank’s “The Jew in Our Day”; correspondence (1935-1958) with artist Knute Heldner and his wife Colette; and published materials and newspaper clippings on Heldner.
The collection contains correspondence to and from William J. Benners.
The collection consists of manuscripts by Wilson D. Wallis, professor of anthropology at the University of Minnesota.
The collection consists of records on artists and performers the Institute brought or attempted to bring to Duluth.