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This collection contains Robert Jefferson's deeds and quit claims.
The collection consists of three audio recordings of interviews with Albertine Johnson. The interviewer was her son, Rudy Johnson. Interviews took place on September 7, 1977 and May 7, 1978.
Emma Johnson, a resident of Minneapolis, Minnesota, received letters from Gustave E. Lundberg, a clothing salesman in Duluth, Minnesota. The letters contain information on day-to-day living and social and religious happenings in Duluth during this period (1891-1895).
The collection consists of one loose leaf notebook containing correspondence, photographs, Johnson's notes, and newspaper clippings from the years 1950 to 1956 compiled by George W. Johnson concerning Johnson's search for information about Joseph Gaston Willson.
The collection consists of 8x10 contact sheets of Walter Kamphaus' 4x6 negatives. The images are of scenes and events in recent Duluth history.
The collection contains short scripts written about the local history of the Duluth, Minnesota region, photographs believed to be connected with the scripts, one sound recording of nine episodes of Duluth's Heritage, advisory board minutes from 1969-1970, and publicity material, 1969.
The collection consists of certificates of incorporation and by-laws and a history of the company; minutes 1908-1910; titles, leases, deeds 1887-1959; contracts, correspondence and minutes; stock ledgers 1902-1913; financial statements and balance sheets 1919-1944, 1945-1957; personnel 1956; appraisal 1917; and one black and white photograph of the buildings.
The collection consists of letters, certificates, awards, religious and social materials, family papers, and memorials.
The collection contains constitution and by-laws, 1887; membership list, 1892, of Duluth Commandery No. 18 Knights Templar, organized in 1885; and official program from the Seventieth Annual Conclave of the Grand Commandery Knights Templar of Minnesota held in Duluth in 1935.
While surveying the collections of the NEMHC for the Minnesota Radicalism project, these items were identified as potentially useful for labor development research. Additional materials will be added to this collection as they are donated and appropriate.
The interviews in this project document the history of Duluth, Minnesota area businesses and labor unions. Barbara Sommer conducted the interviews in 1980-1981.
The collection consists of agency office files arranged in alphabetical sequence.
The collection consists of a single videocassette. The video contains a documentary on Lake Superior Paper Industries entitled In Harmony.
The collection consists of a small quantity of notes, research materials, incorporation papers, financial records, legal briefs, correspondence, and newspaper clippings.
The collection contains one photographic copy of a license to trade with Indians at Fond du Lac, Minnesota, granted to John Baptiste Lamarie by the sub-agency of La Pointe, Wisconsin.
The collection consists of one letter from Joseph Landoi at Fond du Lac to Landoi's father concerning Francis Roussain and his wife.
The collection is made up of eight photographs by Chester Lewis showing buildings of Duluth or the surrounding area.
The collection consists of six undated photographs, collected by Marvin Meierhoff. The photographs depict the Kelley-How-Thomson Company Building; Marshall-Wells Company Building; and Blake & Waite Company Building in Duluth, Minnesota.
Collection consists of price lists for the work of professional painters for 1910, 1911, 1917. Title of each three page list is Minimum Prices for Painting, Tinting, Finishing, etc.
The collection largely consists of correspondence, legal documents, and news clippings dealing with civil rights issues.
The collection consists of one record of the McDougall-Duluth Shipbuilding Company.
The collection consists of eight items concerning the Aerial Bridge and Thomas McGilvray.
The collection contains photographic prints and glass plates of Duluth and surrounding areas.
The collection contains personal and financial correspondence, letterpress books, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, manuscripts written about local and family history, financial records, legal papers, maps, photographs, one audio cassette of an interview, and reference materials.
Contains information on the organization of the company, election of officers and directors, stock issues, options and leases on company lands, royalty arrangements, assessments on stocks, taxation on company lands, and the exploration of minerals.
This collection consists of materials that relate to Jews in Duluth, Minnesota, including materials related to the Temple Israel synagogue of Duluth.
The collection contains Duluth election data of all candidates of all parties down to the ward level from the years 1896, 1912, 1920, and 1924 compiled from returns published in newspapers and other political and labor history sources. The collection also holds Minnesota governor election results from Duluth for 1896-1934.
The collection consists of one 16mm film, which includes two separate productions: Wool O’ the West and The Minnesota Woolen Company Story.
The collection contains a letter of introduction for Monford and a letter describing Monford’s duties as a General Agent for the Northern Pacific Railroad Company in Duluth.