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The collection contains biographical information, WWII records and medal, certificates of birth, baptism and marriage, court document of John Harry Peterson’s name change in 1940 to John Hartley Peterson, photographs of John and Barbara Peterson, and a copy of John Peterson’s 1948 University of Minnesota Thesis for Master of Science in Ophthalmology The Effect of Glare on the Accommodation Near Point.
The collection contains warranty deeds and quit claims, a negative of Peterson’s house in Fond du Lac and a list of the current addresses of some of the lots, tax receipts, a land patent for property in Bayfield, Wisconsin, and a letter from the Department of the Interior concerning land for settlement.
Contains residential and highway plat maps of Duluth and Northeastern Minnesota. The majority of the maps are of St. Louis County, but some also cover Lake, Carlton, Koochiching, and Cook counties.
Plat Showing Property of Alger Smith and Company in Altered Plat of West Duluth Third Division and Auditor's Plat Map of West Duluth Outlots
The collection contains one folded plat map by Duluth Engineering Company.
The collection contains printed materials issued "for" (Greater Duluth Committee, Emil S. Gustafson, chair and William McEwen, campaign manager) and "against" (The Committee of Two Thousand, W. B. Getchell, chair) a proposal to make traffic improvements at the Point of Rocks.
The collection contains 23 sets of design drawings for ski jumps at Chester Park, Fond du Lac, Hartley Field, and New Duluth retained by Ed Poirier, who is named as the designer on some of the drawings.
The collection contains: copies of letters to newspapers, 1854–1859; two news clippings about Mary Clara Post, 1934–1941; and one scrapbook consisting of newspaper clippings of Post's articles as a correspondent and poems written by her and by others, 1853–1891.
The collection consists of: certificate of discharge (1871); letter (1872); Declaration paper, Marquette, Michigan, 1878; marriage certificate; Jessie Sparrow’s genealogy; Certificate of Citizenship, 1888; Nobles of the Mystic Shrine certificate; Dept. of Commerce & Labor, Washington letters; and one carte-de-visite of Jessie (?).
The collection contains a sigle engineering drawing of the Duluth Aerial Transfer Bridge.
The collection contains a transcript of a talk by Donald Shank, presented to Lutheran Brotherhood in Superior, Wisconsin on January 29, 1980.
The collection contains a plat of the area John Rakowsky settled in Duluth, circa 1855, a portrait photo and photo of Rakowsky's funeral bier, and biographical information.
The collection includes photographs, newspaper clippings, and correspondence.
Collection contains letters on letterhead stationery, marketing materials, and certificates.
The album is a nearly day-by-day visual log of new construction of a mill at the Duluth waterfront, presumably at 39th Avenue West.
The collection is made up of a variety of postcards from Duluth, Minnesota, the United States and miscellaneous places.
This collection contains one blueprint map measuring 9 x 57 inches. The map is undated.
The collections consists of four audiocassettes. The recordings contain addresses delivered at the conference.
The collection consists of one food order book dated August 21 to November 7, 1900. The content shows purchases on a daily basis.
This collection consists of letters and pamphlets relating to the discrimination of guests; specifically of the Jewish religion, to resorts, hotels, and lodges in northern Minnesota, Ontario, Canada, and north western Wisconsin.
The collection contains one small sketchbook of Duluth scenes and citizens.
This collection consists of family papers and photographs, organization records, business records, and personal papers and photographs. They span Jansen’s life from grade school through the late 2010s.
The collection consists of two photograph albums. The first contains family photos with some descriptive information in the first section of the album. The second contains photos of Minnesota Power and Light installations with dates and descriptions.
The collection contains a letter book with 35 letters by many people.
The collection contains a letter in French with English translation to Francois Roussain from a missionary concerning land at Fond du Lac and a note to Roussain from John Caddotte.
Collection contains by-laws, 1883, and officers and membership list, 1892, of the Duluth Council Number 6, Royal and Select Masters (Masonic order).
Collection contains a bylaws guidebook, 1869, from the Minnesota Royal Arch Masons, and officers and membership list,1892, of the Keystone Chapter Number 20, chartered on January 10, 1872.
This popular 2000 documentary video is also titled “Snively’s Road: The History of Skyline Parkway”, and was available for sale through Ryan. Mark Ryan has presented the video as a program and lectured on the subject of the development and history of Skyline Drive.
The collection consists of black and white photographs by Hjalmer C. Rykken amateur but experienced photographer, that were made between October 1958 and July 1962. Content of the photographs includes: streets, views of Lake Superior, Central High School, Fire Hall, the Hibbard Plant, Lakefront, the First Presbyterian Church, Elliott Packing Co., Park Point, and Rail Road tracks.