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The collection contains Marshall W. Alworth's correspondence regarding transfer of Florida properties to UMD from 1963.
Michael Lupu's dramaturgical papers including: notes, notebooks, correspondence, financials production files, screenplays, photos, pottery, playbills, and documents related to his work at the Guthrie theater.
This collection consists of the records of the Midwestern Universities Research Association (MURA), a corporation consisting of Midwestern universities established in 1953 to develop a high energy nuclear research facility in the Midwest. The University of Minnesota was one of the seven founding members.
Collection contains administrative records for Minnesota Elementary Music Educators
The collection contains publications, sound recordings, administrative documents relating to the Mid-Winter Clinic, information about historical projects, a program collection, Board meetings minutes and related files, financial reports and corespondence.
The collection contains faculty papers from Moy F. Gum from 1957 to 1990.
This collection contains the papers of Mulford Q. Sibley, professor of political science at the University of Minnesota.
Papers (1946-1958) of Myron Leskiw (1909- ) include correspondence, newspaper clippings, leaflets, and brochures. Personal correspondence largely pertains to the Ukrainian American community and its fight against communism, and to Ukrainian community activities. Also included are reports, newsletters and other materials of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America.
Collection contains newspaper clippings and correspondence.
The Niels Diffrient collection includes job files, architectural drawings, trade catalogs, correspondence, slides, research materials, and manuscripts written by and relating to designer Niels Diffrient. It also includes his personal library, rolodex, and patents of his designs.
The collection consists of correspondence, research data, and class materials of Phyllis St. Cyr Freier, long associated with the University of Minnesota Department of Physics and Astronomy
Contains PDFs, Word Documents, and photos of materials relating to the online service Prodigy
The collection contains the papers of Dr. Raymond Bieter, professor of pharmacology at the University of Minnesota.
This collection contains Richard Mosher's personal and professional papers, including his published and unpublished writings, as well as family papers.
The collection contains the personal and professional papers of Robert (Bob) Jansen from 1953-2014.
This collection contains the papers of Dr. Ross A. Gortner, chief of the Division of Agricultural Biochemistry at the University of Minnesota.
Collection contains publicity, correspondence, notes, videos, photographs, and other materials documenting the history of the Sage Awards for Dance. Collection also includes digital files such as videos, photos, and administrative documents.
The collection contains reports, research, and correspondence from the UMD School of Medicine from 1967 to 1970.
Collection contains the scores and personal papers of musician Stanisław Skrowaczewski.
The collection contains correspondence between Stanley Pachon, John T. Dizer, and Robert E. Walters.
Includes letters to and photographs of American composer Stanley R. Avery. Notable correspondents include Sergei Rachmaninoff, Edward MacDowell, Dimitri Mitropoulos, Leopold Stokowski, and Engelbert Humperdinck.
This collection documents Susan Hirschman’s tenure as an editor of children’s literature from 1967-2001. The materials are primarily correspondence between Hirschman and the authors and illustrators working with Greenwillow Books.
Collection contains typescripts and proofs for several children's books written by author Sydney Taylor, as well as correspondence and financial papers.
Contains correspondence from author Laura Ingalls Wilder to Evelyn Wenzel, written between 1949 and 1952, as well as a selection of photographs.
The collection contains some of the UMD Library's correspondence letters dated between 1971 and 1987.
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.