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One brief tape, recorded when Dagmar Westin Michler was 78 years old.
This collection is intended to accommodate miscellaneous, primary documents related to the October 12, 13, 1918 Cloquet-Moose Lake forest fire and its aftermath when provenance or donor information about the material is unclear or not known.
The collection contains the charter, board minutes, by-laws, administrative records, correspondence, financial statements, and membership lists.
The collection contains minutes, constitution and by-laws, financial records, membership lists, and correspondence from 1930-1980. Club concerns and focuses include: utility problems, local celebrations, health issues, other community clubs, schools, and combating communism.
The collection consists of family photographs and two items related to the 1933-1934 city of Chicago 100 anniversary event called A Century of Progress.
The collection contains: Articles of Incorporation, minutes of board meetings (1980-1985), names of directors (1956-1973), annual meetings, Reports on Examination (1959-1977), audits, National Blood Policy (1974), financial report (1991), publicity.
This collection consists of photocopied family papers of Clinton and Julia Brooke who lived in the Lester Park neighborhood of Duluth. The copies include photographs, letters, some newspaper articles, and a Lester Park cookbook for time period of 1901-1912.
The collection consists of a diary written from Friday, February 28, 1919 to May 18, 1919. Brown was in France from June 27, 1918, but the diary only covers his time in France from February 28, 1919 to April 19, 1919. He left France April 19, 1919.
The collection consists of family photographs, papers, and a scrapbook primarily documenting the life of Gayle Thoreson Carlson (d. 2000), and her husband Carl E. Carlson (d. 1992), as well as information on Proctor, Minnesota and the Cozy Café.
The collection contains one bound volume of 53 exterior and interior black and white silver gelatin 8x10 photographs by L. P. Gallagher from 1941 of the Carlson house and furnishings at 202 North 24th Avenue East, Duluth, Minnesota, small hand-drawn floor plans of the basement and three floors, one 5x7 photograph of the house under construction with the workmen in 1910, and a detail of an undated photograph identified as architect Robert Lobecke.
The collection consists of a single letter, dated May 2nd, 1883, to Agnes Kinnisch from Matthew Carroll or Mrs. Carroll. The letter concerns allegations made against Miss Kinnisch's character and confirms the Carrolls' positive experiences with Miss Kinnisch while she was employed as their domestic servant.
The collection consists of the program issued on the occasion of the formal re-opening of E.R. Cobb School, May 29, 1919, and a photo of the school.
The collection consists of correspondence, minutes from 1977, 1978, articles of incorporation, articles of incorporation for Institute of Afro-American Awareness, constitution and by-laws; an abstract from about 1972 “to marshal the resources of the black community; Urban Renewal Plan for Central Hillside Area, November 1972.
The collection contains correspondence, diaries, articles and addresses written by Darling, a subject file, personal financial materials, news clippings, photographs, and engineering plans.
Contains one photograph album titled College Days, compiled and lettered by Eloise Marie Decker during 1901-1902 while a student at Craggencroft school in Duluth, Minnesota. There are two copy negatives, one of Eloise at the time of her marriage in 1903, and one of her as a elderly woman. There are photocopies of the two photographs which were lent by the family for copying.
The collection consists of two items: one scrapbook dated 1971-1972, which contains newspaper clippings, reports, correspondence, and ephemera; one book of meeting minutes, dated 1940-1949.
The collection consists of 1 photograph and 140 color slides of the Duluth Heights Winter Frolic.
The collection consists of one 84 page fragile scrapbook with primarily unidentified and undated local news clippings and 6 photos and 1 photocopied photo.
The collection contains 13 videotapes holding 29 interviews, and 8 topic videotapes. Most interviews are indexed.
The collection consists of one scrapbook containing newspaper clippings, correspondence, and ephemera. The scrapbook does not include photographs.
The collection contains two WWII scrapbooks titled "Service Record of Erwin L. Goldfine, U.S. Army, Vols. 1 and 2," which were compiled by Erwin's brother Monnie. Scrapbooks contain correspondence, photographs, articles from Jewish Fellowship News, and ephemera. Also included are loose photographs of the Goldfine family.
The materials comprising this collection are secondary resources Dr. Carlson gathered over time to support her research, including the publication A Childhood in Minnesota : Exploring the Lives of Ojibwe and Immigrant Families, 1880s-1920s.
The collection consists of the papers of the James A. Ferguson family.
The collection contains family correspondence and photographs of the family.
The collection contains family and business papers, photographs, slides, one film, scrapbooks and photograph albums. The collection includes correspondence, legal documents, publications, minutes, photographs, financial reports, and news clippings for Goldfine's, Miller Furniture Company, Spirit Mountain Authority, Temple Israel, and the Goldfine family.
The collection consists of approximately 1,240 black and white and color slides of Duluth sites, views, events, and activities from 1955-1973.
The collection contains two folders of papers, one of personal papers (1905-1964), and one of employment records, local and state health department reports, and correspondence (1904-1941). Folder two holds December 30, 1927 letters about "disposal of dairy products from the Louis Jacobson farm in Cotton Township where a typhoid fever case developed."
The scrapbooks are comprised of newspaper clippings.
The collections contains research materials compiled to write Dr. Hudelson's book published by the University of Minnesota Press in 2006 titled By the Ore Docks: A Working People’s History of Duluth.
The collection consists of a manuscript titled "75 Years Later." It describes Ms. Hugo's final months in the Hugo family home in 1957 and her attempt to clear the house of 75 years of family possessions. The essay uses these possessions to recount a family history.
- Families 61
- Duluth (Minn.) 47
- Photographs 31
- Education 19
- Neighborhoods 19
- Schools 18
- Scrapbooks 17
- Women 17
- Teachers 16
- Immigrant families 15
- Newspaper clippings 15
- Duluth (Minn.)--History 13
- Organizations 13
- Associations, institutions, etc. 12
- Business 12
- Childhood and youth 11
- Educators 11
- Minutes 10
- Biography 9
- Correspondence 9 + ∧ less
- English 56
- English 7
- Undetermined 5
- Duluth Public Schools (Duluth, Minn.) 5
- American Steel & Wire Division 2
- Duluth (Minn.) Public Schools 2
- Duluth State Teachers College 2
- Goldfine, Erwin, 1923-2002 2
- IWW 2
- United States Steel Company 2
- United States Steel Corporation 2
- University of Minnesota, Duluth 2
- 1918 Forest Fire 1
- Arc Northland 1
- Association for Retarded Citizens (Duluth, Minn.) 1
- Banning, Margaret Culkin , 1891-1982 1
- Barnes, Julius H. (Julius Howland), 1873-1959 1
- Bayview Heights Community Club records 1
- Benson, Anna Sandberg, 1866-1943 1
- Benson, Charles , 1868-1943 1
- Blood Donors, Inc. (Duluth, Minn.) 1
- Brooke, Clinton, 1917 September 21 1
- Brooke, Julia E. 1 + ∧ less