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The collection consists of ten interviews conducted in early 2015 with women who had been involved with the original organization of the Northeastern Minnesota Coalition of Battered Women, a group dedicated to opening a shelter and offering resources to assist battered women in Duluth, MN. Founded in 1978 as a collective and later known simply as the Women’s Coalition, this group evolved into the Safe Haven Shelter and Resource Center in 2001.
The collection contains correspondence and biographical information, 1869–1900; news clippings concerning George Sargent, 1931–1941; photographs including a portrait of Sargent and an image of his house, 1869–1965; and one scrapbook containing personal correspondence concerning Sargent's life, work, and speeches, news clippings, and some maps, 1851–1875.
The collection contains letters to members informing them of meetings, booklets listing members, and records of speakers, members, secretarial and financial matters, and photographs.
The collection holds: Fishing licenses (1938-1961), 15 photographs of Morgan Park Good Fellowship Club and U.S. Steel Plant activities and personnel (1915-1925, 1950); 2 newspaper clippings of appointment of Grand Herald in Odd Fellows (1931); notice of GFC meeting (n.d.); list of contributors to Emil Scalise’s retirement gift; Army Navy E War Production Award certificate (1945); April 29, 1934 United Protestant Church Odd Fellows program.
The collection contains corporate and financial records and minutes; job site and construction records; publicity records; and oversized photos and blueprints.
The collection consists of 4 spiral bound scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings from the Duluth News Tribune for the years 1935-1941.
The collection contains annual reports, 1954-1977, minutes, 1930-1977, correspondence, files by office divisions, legal materials, news clippings, publications, and photographs.
The collection consists of family papers, a small number of the architectural records and drawings, photographs, film strips, and slides for a few building projects reflecting a portion of the long careers of father and son.
The collection contains four scrapbooks.
The scrapbook contains newspaper clippings pertaining to Singer’s role in the Lake Superior transportation business from 1899-1903.
In these audiotapes Mr. Slonim discusses growing up, his neighborhood, and recollections of his father, whom he describes as idealistic, generous and impractical. Also mentioned are O. E. Thompson and Dr. Max Hirschfield.
The collection consists of three items: Orders from the United States War Department that allow accredited commissioners to obtain votes for state officers from soldiers in the regiments of Minnesota Volunteers; the envelope that contained these orders; and a certificate appointing Ansell Smith as Register of the Land Office at Duluth, Minnesota, signed by President Ulysses S. Grant.
The collection contains 44 photographs depicting street scenes, buildings, and locations in and around Duluth.
The collection consists of certificates; two Rotary Club newsletters from Ely, Minnesota; church affiliation papers; a document in Norwegian regarding Hellena Malene (1865); a Christmas card in Norwegian from the pastor of Concordia Lutheran Church, Superior, Wisconsin; one news clipping; and photographs of: Oscar and Gertrude’s wedding, Oscar as athlete, and AAD Temple Brothers.
The collection is comprised of one volume of minutes from Duluth Camp No. 5 of the Sons of Veterans.
The collection contains a series of blueprints, 1909-1910, of the depot building; a photograph, circa 1965; and newsclippings, 1971-1974.
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.
The collection contains minutes, 1887-1890; two stock journals, 1887, 1890-1901; a day book, 1887-1889; brochures; menus; news clippings, 1940-1963; and photographs.
The scrapbook consists of material related to "Seaway Days", which were celebrated in Duluth, Minnesota July 8-14, 1959 in recognition of the completion of the St. Lawrence Seaway.
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 a record book with the general laws of Minnesota which provided for the creation of this commission, its minutes and resolutions, and some loose resolutions, bills and business letters.
The collection contains awards 1964-1974, bylaws 1960-1990, legislation and resolutions 1952, 1978-1992, membership 1957-1993, poster contest 1960-1971, regular meeting minutes 1935-1939, 1952-1955, 1962-1996.
The collection consists of School Board minutes and minutes of the annual school district meeting.
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 contains administrative, financial, and agricultural production records.