Speeches, addresses, etc.
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of correspondence, research data, instrument designs, conference papers and reports, talks and lectures, and class materials of Alfred O. C. Nier, University of Minnesota physicist best known for his work in mass spectrometer design, the Manhattan Project, and space science research.
The collection contains correspondence, reference materials, speeches, news clippings, publications and photos.
The collection contains delegate and information materials from the 1985 United Nations Women’s Conference in Nairobi, Kenya; a list of 1985-1986 talks and presentations given by Benson about the conference experience to named Duluth organizations; congratulations and thank you letters for speaking; and letters from Kenyan women. The collection also includes documents and newspaper clippings related to Benson's work as a women's rights activist.
The collection contains Burke’s political correspondence, and material on the Truman-Barkley Club, especially concerning arrangements for President Truman’s visit to Duluth in 1948.
The collection contains correspondence, diaries, articles and addresses written by Darling, a subject file, personal financial materials, news clippings, photographs, and engineering plans.
This collection documents the life and career of Donald Nivison Ferguson, Professor Emeritus of Music at the University of Minnesota. Contents include articles, speeches, clippings, correspondence, manuscripts, programs, photographs, awards, publications and scrapbooks. Family history materials, to include school assignments and drawings of John Ferguson, and information about Ferguson Hall at the University are included.
The collection contains photographs, slides, and negatives, 1901-1954; Weekly Activity Letters to the Board of Directors from the General Manager, 1949-1980; speeches by General Manager Fred Voss, 1954-1961; and a small amount of Duluth, Missabe, and Northern employee information, primarily car shop employees, 1894-1902.
The collection contains congressional campaign materials, speeches, invitations, news items about Larson, a congressional report, civilian war record, and photograph of his home.
The collection contains documents from the Arrowhead Regional Development Commission, the Great Lakes Basin Commission, and the Save Lake Superior Association. Also included are Lehto’s legislative papers, subject files, and publications.
The collection includes annual reports, 1965-1978; a transcript of testimony by the Association before the United States Senate Sub-Committee on National Parks regarding the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, 1977; a script for an untitled slide show, 1976; and the text of “Dilemmas in Steel”, a speech by Christian F. Beukema, presented at the Association's 1977 Annual Meeting.
The collection contains scrapbooks, news clippings, membership card file, reminiscences, financial and legal materials, photographs, and reference materials.
The collection contains drafts of speeches delivered by Pearson, newspaper clippings, constitution of Minnesota State CIO Councils, 1948; CIO Congress of Women’s Auxiliaries Manual, 1947; meeting notice for CIO of Ely, Minnesota, 1947; and miscellaneous material regarding the Minnesota State CIO Auxiliary Council Convention, 1950.
The collection contains black and white photographs of Birney Quick’s paintings and drawings; exhibition announcements, invitations, publicity, lectures and speeches; a copy of the 1980 manuscript of Adrift in Aesthetic Latitudes; newsclippings, and a biography and obituary of the artist.
The collection consists of the transcript of a slide lecture, which described the history of the Duluth Missabe & Iron Range Railroad and the predominant role it played in the development of the Vermilion and Mesabi Ranges; the eventual decline of red ores; and the growth of the taconite pellet industry in Minnesota.
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 letters and speeches written in Swedish by Laurette Rietz's father, Lewis Rietz, 1885-1891; Lewis Rietz's 1888 pharmacy license, photographs, circa 1880-1924; and programs and correspondence of Laurette Rietz.