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The collection consists of one photograph album containing travel photographs of many locations and Duluth, Minnesota area photographs including Duluth’s Lincoln, Congdon, and Chester parks. The album also includes northern St. Louis County photos, photos of Isle Royale from 1925, two photos of commercial fishermen, and additional photographs of Lake Superior's North Shore area. Most photographs are captioned and dated by the album’s compiler and photographer Mira Southworth.
This collection consists of reports made by various county officials; applications for liquor licenses; claims against St. Louis County which have been ordered paid by the County Board; tax records; Auditor's correspondence; public examiner's report on school districts, boards of education, cities, towns, townships, and on St. Louis County; elelction tally sheets; proceedings of the St. Louis County Board of Auditors; and other papers filed with the St. Louis County Auditor.
The collection consists of one file of a few loose pages, one volume titled Prison Calendar (June 1871-April 1890) and two record series in bound volumes: Register of Prisoners and Board of Prisoners.
The collection consists of one audiocassette, made in Duluth, Minnesota, in 1970 with Mr. Gerard Spencer and Mr. D. C. Vaughn present.
The collection contains 53 documents pertaining to the Vermilion Road Construction. 6 additional documents are included which pertain to other survey sites.
The collection consists of 3 notebooks containing sketches, surveys, and other engineering notes.
This collection consists of the records of Temple Israel synagogue in Duluth, Minnesota, as well as its predecessors before a merge (Temple Emanuel and Tifereth Israel) and other local Jewish Duluth organizations incuding Hadassah and Duluth Jewish Federation.
The collection contains 32 black and white silver gelatin images.
The collection contains letters to Truelsen's daughter and business letters, 1816–1932 and two scrapbooks containing news clippings covering Truelsen's term as mayor of Duluth, Minnesota, 1896–1902.
The collection contains constitution and by-laws; minutes, 1898-1930; scrapbooks, 1898-1982; yearbooks, 1910-1912; pamphlets and serials; membership directories; conference programs; and organizational histories. Some of the scrapbooks include photographs.
The collection contains correspondence and transcripts of correspondence pertaining to land claims and disputed land claims.
The amateur video consists of 10 minutes of silent black and white footage from 1972 of the plant grounds, plus five minutes of color footage from 1986.
The collection consists of one 90 minute audiocassette tape oral history interview narrated by a resident of the Duluth neighborhood Morgan Park.
The collection consists of one document, the Charter, of the Duluth Barracks No. 2788, signed by National Headquarter's National Commander and National Adjutant on recommendation of the National Board of Administration February 5, 1962. The Charter contains a typed list of 59 members' names and two additional names added by hand.
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 consists of 127 slides on the history and development of West Duluth, including reproduced historic images and views from the 1980s likely photographed by Robert VanKleek. These slides may have been used to illustrate public presentations by VanKleek on the history of West Duluth.
The collection contains a log book of vessels passing through the Duluth ship canal.
The collection contains news clippings concerning Wieland's work in history and his life, 1932–1972; business and personal letters, 1939-1946; typed copies of papers written by Wieland, 1935–1942; and a published pamphlet by Wieland, Americanism and World Peace,1925.
The collection consists of two interviews that cover topics and recollections spanning 1919-1960s. The narrators are Sally E. Solomon (approximately 75 minutes) and Pearl Barker (85 minutes).