Found in 56 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of published poems and biographical information by and about the members of the Arrowhead Poetry Society. There are no original manuscripts in the collection; all of the poems are clipped from printed sources or contained in booklets where they were originally printed.
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 consists of scripts, programs, posters, photographs, reviews, attendance statistics, publicity materials and news releases.
The collection contains photographs; correspondence, 1931–1954; and newsclippings, 1947–1972. Most materials were taken from Bogdanich’s personal scrapbook.
The collection contains photocopies of musical scores. Most of the scores are copies of unpublished music written by Joseph Braverman.
The collection consists of one scrapbook containing correspondence including thank you and business letters received and sent, circa 1917–1946, news clippings of poems by and articles about Alison Brown, and one photograph of Brown.
Diaries of Peter Buschman, pastor of a Latvian immigrant church in Pennsylvania (the diaries cover the years 1911-1916,1934, 1938-1945, 1947, 1948, 1954, 1959, 1960), his wife Valia Buschman (1931-1935) and their daughter Camille Buschman (covering the years 1981-2004 during which Camille Buschman lived in San Francisco, California). Also included are family photographs in 6 albums and two envelopes.
The collection consists primarily of black and white and color photographs by a photojournalist employed by a Duluth newspaper. The photographs are of the city of Duluth, events, people, as well as the northeast Minnesota area primarily from 1971, 1982-1990s; many are not dated and unidentified.
The collection consists of a single scrapbook containing news clippings on Duluth, Minnesota theater events.
The collection contains 11 items including posters and promotional materials, a program for the production of Alice in Tundraland, and a piece of letterhead stationery.
The collection contains three notebooks entitled “Record of Plays Seen.” Most of the plays listed were performed at the Lyceum and Orpheum theaters in Duluth, Minnesota.
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.
Sheet music for Duluth words and music by I. S. Mistachkin. Also published by him at Duluth, Lyric Theater.
The collection consists of working files, including letters, brochures, press releases, photographs, and clippings.
The collection contains correspondence, minutes, financial records, publicity materials, news clippings and programs.
This scrapbook consists of newspaper clippings relative to the Duluth, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin area theaters' productions and players.
The collection consists of four scrapbooks containing letters, news clippings, text of a speech and ephemera.
Constitutions, minutes, reports, correspondence, accounting documents, programs, play texts, and brochures.
Collection consists of 29 film reels containing motion pictures made by Elmer Epner featuring cultural events of Estonians in exile and documentaries of Estonians living abroad, including countries such as Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Italy, Canada, and the United States. DVD versions are available for the following titles: Metro Rhythmics; Harmony in Motion; Estonian Heritage; and Midsummer Holiday.
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 material includes correspondence, newsletters, minutes, photographs, and various other documents, roughly organized chronologically within the various collections of papers.
The collection contains letters regarding Flaaten's work, recommendations, and appreciation; news clippings about events concerning bands and band members, Flaaten's activities as musical director, and personal and family events; photographs depicting his work, family, and friends. The collection includes clippings and programs of the Beethoven Chamber Music Club circa 1900–1902.
The collection contains annual programs (1916-2010, missing 1922-1924, 1997, 2001, 2005-2008) that include list of officers; program committee; meeting dates for the year, the book for that meeting, the hostess’s name; a suggested reading list; a directory of members (local, associate, out of town); a photocopy of the 1916-1917 Program; a 1994 Constitution and By-laws; a Friday Book Club List (of books) 1994-1999
The collection consists of the office files maintained by the Friends officers and committee members.
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.