Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains articles of incorporation; by-laws; updated mission statements; organizational policies and procedures; board minutes and accompanying materials including some financial statements, 1990-2009; newsletters, 1989-1994; letters; news clippings; and phone/drop-in logs.
The Carter Lynn Thurmond papers comprises of his academic, political, professional, and personal papers along with donated books, audio interviews and presentations, documentaries, and films.
The collection consists of the records, letters, news coverage, editorials, and other written materials generated by the group to inform and persuade people to their point of view or in response to the Coalition and local points of view. The collection also contains 29 over sized rally posters.
The collection consists of a flyer urging workers to stop work and demonstrate at the Court House on March 6, 1930 in an effort to improve working conditions and get relief for the unemployed.
The collection consists of correspondence, minutes from 1977, 1978, articles of incorporation, articles of incorporation for Institute of Afro-American Awareness, constitution and by-laws; an abstract from about 1972 “to marshal the resources of the black community; Urban Renewal Plan for Central Hillside Area, November 1972.
Correspondence, ephemera, and other materials related to Deborah Ortman's environmental and political activism in Duluth, Minnesota, Hermantown, Minnesota, and the surrounding area.
The collection contains materials from the Community Action Board. Nearly all items are photocopies.
The collection consists of 1956 articles of incorporation for Duluth Community Chest; a 90 minute interview on cassette tape with 89-year old Glen Merritt on October 26, 1983, about Merritt’s recollections of YMCA’s Camp Miller; and black and white photographs collected by Eldot that may have illustrated his articles in Outlook and Cosmopolitan sections of the newspaper when he was editor.
The collection consists of an interview with civil rights attorney Newton S. Friedman on March 18, 1993.
The collection consists of Socialist Labor Party papers and one video.
The collection contains materials related to Heidi Bakk-Hansen's work in Duluth as a writer, researcher, and activist.
The collections contains research materials compiled to write Dr. Hudelson's book published by the University of Minnesota Press in 2006 titled By the Ore Docks: A Working People’s History of Duluth.
The collection consists of interviews by Professor Richard Hudelson, Ph. D. of Donald Klaber on July 22, 1999 and March 2000.
The collection consists of two documentaries on tape: The Vietnam Era and Street People.
The collection consists of a small quantity of notes, research materials, incorporation papers, financial records, legal briefs, correspondence, and newspaper clippings.
The collection largely consists of correspondence, legal documents, and news clippings dealing with civil rights issues.
The collection consists of audio recordings of interviews of individuals involved with Mesaba Co-op Park in Hibbing, Minnesota, biographical information on narrators, interview abstracts, transcripts of the interviews, and photographs contemporary to the interviews.
The collection contains Duluth election data of all candidates of all parties down to the ward level from the years 1896, 1912, 1920, and 1924 compiled from returns published in newspapers and other political and labor history sources. The collection also holds Minnesota governor election results from Duluth for 1896-1934.
The collection contains minutes, annual/chapter reports, membership list, correspondence, news releases, by-laws, legislative platforms, resolutions, committee proposals and minutes, state conference information, bus trips to the capitol, photographs, information from related organizations, miscellaneous, newspaper clippings, and oversized posters. Materials from both the Duluth, Minnesota chapter and the statewide, Minnesota, organization are represented in the collection.
The collection contains correspondence, constitution and bylaws, minutes, resolutions, the general administrative files of board members Charles Stoddard and Paul Kanowski, financial records, files from public relations campaigns, and news clippings dealing with environmental issues.
The collection consists of typescript, uncut OUT OF ORDER columns from August 12, 2002 to September 2004 that were published in the Duluth alternative newspaper/publication Reader Weekly.
The collection holds subject files that reflect Pegor’s participation, focus, or concern. Biographical materials include Donna W. Pegors, retired (1989) University of Minnesota Duluth music professor. The subjects are arranged alphabetically.
The collection contains articles of incorporation; bylaws; annual meeting materials; minutes; correspondence; financial materials; news releases; resolutions; issue files on topics such as acid rain, conservation, harbor refuge, etc.; some Reserve Mining case exhibits; scrapbooks; bumper stickers; and an oral history project.
The collection contains documentary photos of a 2006 trip by Duluth, Minnesota residents to the Living the Dream conference in Selma, Alabama; digital photos, programs and ephemera from the 2007 Duluth Strike for Peace event; and photographs and clippings of Duluth -based political demonstrations and rallies on issues of peace and justice.
This collection contains ten student-made publications covering political topics such as the Vietnam War, the status of American Indians, feminism, the cause of the United Farm Workers, the Black Panthers, pollution, and, of course, the content and structure of their own education, as well as poetry and creative writing on various topics.