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India

 Subject
Subject Source: Lcnaf

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Frank M. Rarig papers

 Collection
Identifier: ua-00772
Overview Collection contains the papers of Frank Rarig, professor and chairman of the Department of Speech at the University of Minnesota.
Dates: 1901-1966

Henry Scholberg papers

 Collection
Identifier: ua00497
Overview Collection contains the papers of Henry Scholberg, professor and librarian of the Ames Library of South Asia at the University of Minnesota.
Dates: undated, 1880s-1980s

Norman E. Borlaug papers

 Collection
Identifier: ua-01014
Overview The collection contains the papers of Dr. Norman E. Borlaug, University of Minnesota alumnus, world renowned plant pathologist, and winner of the 1970 Nobel Peace Prize for his contributions to the world food supply. The materials include correspondence with colleagues, invitations to speak or participate in various programs, drafts of speeches including his Nobel Prize address, biographical material, publications, clippings, annotated studies and reports pertaining to the Green Revolution and...
Dates: 1930-2006

Office of International Programs Records

 Collection
Identifier: uarc 9
Overview Collection contains the records of the Office of International Programs at the University of Minnesota.
Dates: 1959-1983

Records of YMCA international work in India

 Collection
Identifier: Y.USA.9-2-40
Overview Correspondence, reports, pamphlets, maps, financial records, building records, and other material documenting YMCA international work in India, in addition to some records from Burma, Ceylon, and Pakistan.
Dates: 1854-1995; Majority of material found within ( 1880s-1960s)

YMCA lantern slide collection

 Collection
Identifier: Y.USA.47
Overview Lantern slides and lantern slide shows or lectures compiled by the YMCA, for educational or entertainment use, depicting YMCA activities, mainly in the areas of international (foreign) work and armed services work during World War I.
Dates: 1910s-1920s.