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The collection contains plans, photographs, job files, and specifications for hundreds of architectural and engineering commisions in the Midwest and western United States.
Collection contains the papers of Tom B. Jones, Regents' professor emeritus of history at the University of Minnesota.
The collection contains selected papers of Tom Fletcher, art aficionado and Quatrefoil library art committee founding member.
The Tom Lichtenheld Papers collection contains production material pertaining to the production of eleven children's books and one unpublished work created by Tom Lichtenheld.
The collection contains an ink drawing for one title illustrated by O'Sullivan.
The papers (1918-2004) of Tometaro Kitagawa (1876-1962), a Japanese born American businessman, consist of 44 diaries (some diaries contain loose items -- 1920, 1939, 1949, 1950, 1958), transcripts of the diaries, two photographs, and a catalog from the store Kitagawa owned and operated in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The diary transcripts were created by his descendants starting in the late 1980s, and completed in the early 2000s. The majority of the collection in English, with some Japanese.
The collection contains ink illustrations and studies, watercolors, and a tempera illustration for eight children's books created by Tomi Ungerer.
Tomie dePaola's papers focus on his work as an author and illustrator of children's books. The collection contains production material for over 160 books written and/or illustrated by dePaola, including original artwork, drafts, proofs, and correspondence, and related materials.
This collection consists of corrected typescript, dummies, page proofs, correspondence and research materials for books written by Toni Buzzeo.
The collection contains the professional papers of Toni McNaron, professor emeritus of English and women's studies at the University of Minnesota.
The collection contains selected papers, textiles, and ephemera from Toni Pangborn primarily relating to feminism, women who love women, and women's music festivals.
The collection contains material for one title published in 1970.
Materials pertaining to Estonian and Estonian American student fraternities, including correspondence, meeting minutes, newsletters, annual reports, and bylaws.
Born 1948 in Germany - Conductor, Texas, Nevada Opera Co., St. Olaf College Orch. MN, Music director, Longview Sym, Orchestra Texas. Documentation about T. Kalam musical career, was collected by his mother, Erika Kalam, and sent to Kadi Tekkel, and is used in her articles about Tõnu Kala.
Tony Chen's papers focus on his work as an illustrator of children's books. The collection contains production material for twenty titles published between 1966 and 1985, as well as material for one story, The Seeing Stick, published in a textbook. The collection includes illustrations, separations, studies, dummies, a photostat, and one page of correspondence.
Contains illustrative work for several children's books illustrated by Tony Palazzo.
Collection contains illustrations and production material for children's books and magazines illustrated by Tony Waters.
The collection consists of production materials for published titles by Tonya Bolden.
The collection contains a photograph album, a scrapbook, and correspondence.
The Torma-Silvola family papers (ca. 1901-1979) consist largely of scrap-books; photographs; and organizational materials from various Finnish American groups.
Records contain meeting minutes, grant prospectuses, reports, newsletters, brochures, correspondence, and questionnaires relating to the activities of the Total Information for Educational Systems (TIES) program.
The collection contains office records from the UMD Tourism Management and Development Center dated between 1972 and 1987.
Meeting minutes, flyers, event programs of the Philadelphia chapter of the Association of Ukrainian Catholic Students.
The collection contains one personal letter written by Tower and two letters to Charlemagne Tower from his cousin A. Tower.
A monument commemorating the first iron ore shipment in the state of Minnesota, which was made from Soudan on July 30, 1884, was dedicated on July 30, 1934. This monument is located near the Soudan Mine. This collection consists of a film made at the dedication.
The collection consists of a minute book of the Town of Duluth Board of Supervisors, 1886 – 1893.
The collection consists of a record book giving annual meeting reports, treasurers’ reports, teachers contracts, treasurers bonds, teachers’ wage notices, and acceptances of office positions.
The collections is arranged in four series: administration; financial; publicity, photographs, scrapbooks; and property files.
Collection contains the papers of Tracy F. Tyler, professor of education at the University of Minnesota.