Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
Papers (1951-1973) of Aldobrando Piacenza (1888-1976), an Italian American poet, painter, and folk artist from Chicago, Ill., contain articles about his art work and a short autobiography. Piacenza was born in Sant'Anna Pelaso and came to the United States in 1902. He lived in Chicago and Highwood, and worked as a gardener, store clerk, bakery employee, and owner of an ice cream parlor. His art work included elaborate bird houses.
The collection contains Arrowhead Regional Arts Council board minutes 1976-2012, annual reports and plans, press releases giving results of grants recommended for funding, newsletters, guidelines and development materials for the Council as a grants agency, funded grant applications, applications that were not funded, brochures, a videorecording of a meeting held in Cloquet, Minnesota September 9, 1985, and a few videorecordings of funded activities.
The collection contains photographs; correspondence, 1931–1954; and newsclippings, 1947–1972. Most materials were taken from Bogdanich’s personal scrapbook.
The collection contains one folder of pre-1919 miscellaneous material which includes copies of 1872-1900 exhibition programs and clippings; minutes of the Association from 1919-1931; minutes and incorporation document from 1946 describing the merger into Duluth Art Institute; Duluth Art Institute board and membership minutes to 2007, office files, programs, exhibits, arranged alphabetically.
The collection contains correspondence written by David Ericson to Mrs. A.B. (Emeline) Hilton and one letter from F. Rodney Paine to Hilton about Ericson’s painting.
The collection contains posters for events, publications, and organizations from Duluth and northeastern Minnesota.
Papers (n.d.) of George B. Donus (b.1905) consist of miscellaneous published materials by and about him. Donus is a prominent Greek American poet, author, artist, and educator. Included are biographical sketches and reminiscences along with samples of his creative writing.
The collection consists of a transcript of a lecture presented at a meeting of the St. Louis County Historical Society, March 18, 1980. The lecture dealt with George Thrana and his work as a stone carver in the city of Duluth, Minnesota.
Sixty digital photographs documenting the installation of a mural by artist Jimmy Longoria in the newly renovated Multicultural Center at the University of Minnesota Duluth.
The collection contains one scrapbook (1935-1941), one photo album (1944-1947), 8 loose photographs, (1921?-1970?) and one illustration and one typed poem pasted on to Life Magazine covers (1952).
Papers (1960-1967) of Petro Sydorenko, a Ukrainian American artist and director of the Children's Art Studio in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, include art exhibit programs for Ukrainian Canadian artists and Ukrainian children's works, and informative booklets on various topics, including the Ukrainian community in Toronto.
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 contains one small sketchbook of Duluth scenes and citizens.
The collection contains scrapbooks from the Tweed Museum of Art at the University of Minnesota Duluth. The scrapbooks include newspaper and magazine articles, pamplets and other emphemera, and photographs.
Papers consist of correspondence, literary manuscripts, typescripts of memoirs, speeches, stories, poems, and Polish legends for young people, pencil drawings, collected articles about Poland, and photographs.
The collection contains recollection of dreams, poetry, drawings, annotations of Waldo Frank’s “The Jew in Our Day”; correspondence (1935-1958) with artist Knute Heldner and his wife Colette; and published materials and newspaper clippings on Heldner.