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Elizabeth Ann Bartlett Making Waves papers

 Collection
Identifier: 1415
Abstract

Consists of Bartlett’s written histories of feminist organizations in Duluth and Superior that were not included in her book Making Waves (2016) and recorded interviews with women who played key roles in organizations that are included in the book.

Dates: 2016

Margot Klaber oral history interview

 Collection
Identifier: S4592
Abstract

Professor Richard Hudelson, Ph.D. interviewed Mrs. Klaber on September 19, 25, 1997. The tapes chronicle her life from Germany to the United States, from before throughout and after WWII and her relocation to the United States.

Dates: 1997

No Place For A Woman radio broadcast

 Collection
Identifier: S6081
Abstract

The collection consists of a radio program and sidebar topics by producers, researchers, and writers Catherine Winter and Stephanie Hemphill broadcast on Minnesota Public Radio in September 2005. The CD was made and distributed in September 2005 by American Public Media whose documentary unit is American RadioWorks.

Dates: September 2005

This is My Country sung by the Carillon Chorale

 Collection
Identifier: S6150
Abstract

The collection consists of one 12 in. 33 1/3 rpm monographic LP sound recording of the Carillon Chorale, directed by Muriel Lindor.

Dates: circa 1969

Women in Business and the Professions oral history interviews

 Collection
Identifier: S2320
Abstract In 1979 historian Barbara Sommer interviewed nine Duluth, Minnesota area women who worked in business or the professions. The women discussed their reasons for entering the various professions they represent, including doctor, lawyer, arts administrator, library director, banker, small business owner and business employees. They also described their reasons for entering their field, their reactions to it, the reactions of colleagues and commented generally on the impact their careers have...
Dates: 1979

Women in Politics oral history interviews

 Collection
Identifier: S2291
Abstract In 1978 and 1979 historian Barbara Sommer interviewed fifteen women form the Duluth, Minnesota area who were involved in politics as elected officials or activists. In the interviews the women discussed their reasons for entering politics, their involvements past and present, and their own and their families' reactions to their involvement in politics. The collection consists of audio recordings of the interviews, typed indexes to the topics covered in the recordings, copies of the question...
Dates: 1978-1979