Found in 153 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains articles of incorporation and bylaws, financial statements, flyers, membership and mailing lists, membership surveys, promotional and biographical material from performers, posters, and local and national pamphlets and publications.
The collection contains: rules and regulations; membership and mushers; contracts; board meeting minutes; financial information; correspondence; 1978 St. Paul Winter Carnival finances; races and race schedules; essays on ISDRA sanctioning, Timing, The History of Racing, Winter is for the Dogs, Trails in the Future, Interval Training, Mush (Rolling Stone article March 1984); newspaper clippings 1973–1983; and publications.
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 contains typewritten copies of letters, diaries, church records and magazine articles relating to Protestant and Catholic missions in Minnesota and the Northwest.
The collection includes 12 journals of expenditures or bills paid to local suppliers of goods and services, receipts, and monthly payroll records. The ledgers also include some years of payroll, naming the employee and giving their job title. The collection also contains a history of Northwood Children’s Home, by-laws, 1907 annual report, brochure, and news clippings.
The collection contains scrapbooks, news clippings, membership card file, reminiscences, financial and legal materials, photographs, and reference materials.
The collection contains business records, photographs, glass plate negatives, financial material, exploration data, news clippings, safety manuals, civil defense articles, technical manuals, and maps.
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 contains correspondence, articles written by Pardee, notes and other reference materials. Most of the material concerns Pardee's Duluth, Minnesota civic activities, including the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Association correspondence (1918-1930), civic council material (1925-1928) and some correspondence and notes on "Pittsburg Plus" (1924-1927), an issue concerning unfair steel base prices.
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 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 includes 2 slide presentations; personal letters from 1968-2003; letters to and from politicians including John A. Blatnik, President Richard Nixon, MN Governor Anderson, District 8 representative Jim Oberstar, and Senator Walter Mondale; information on Lake Superior Conferences, City of Duluth Legislation, BWCA legislation, the Lake Superior Water quality, and Wet Lands Action Program.
The collection contains a pamphlet on the church's history, a yearbook of activities and a list of members, anniversary booklets, newsletters, service programs giving notes on church activities, and meeting programs and calendars.
The collection contains printed materials issued "for" (Greater Duluth Committee, Emil S. Gustafson, chair and William McEwen, campaign manager) and "against" (The Committee of Two Thousand, W. B. Getchell, chair) a proposal to make traffic improvements at the Point of Rocks.
The collection contains minutes, correspondence, yearly bulletins, by-laws and amendments, membership rosters, divisional and national meeting records and reports, and some newsletters/bulletins of other chapters from the Minnesota and North Dakota area.
The collection consists of three lengthy promotional booklets for the business, a booklet commemorating a visit by Queen Mary to the London offices of the Diamond Trading Company, a color plate detailing Mr. Patrick's private collection of precious and semi-precious stones, a letter concerning the closure of the business, and a letter about R.S. Patrick from Hedwig Viking.
This collection contains the work of poet, writer, translator, activist, performer, literary editor, and publisher, Robert Bly. The materials include manuscripts, correspondence, journals, audiovisual items, photographs, publishers' galley proofs, news clippings, scrapbooks, and school assignments from childhood through Harvard, U.S. Naval service, State University of Iowa, and his career in writing, translating, and publishing poetry, prose, and plays.
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 corporate and financial records and minutes; job site and construction records; publicity records; and oversized photos and blueprints.
The collection contains annual reports, 1954-1977, minutes, 1930-1977, correspondence, files by office divisions, legal materials, news clippings, publications, and photographs.
The collection contains correspondence, minutes, bylaws, financial material, and other reference materials.
The collection contains correspondence, 1889-1905, removed from the old church's 1905 cornerstone, a dedication pamphlet of the new church, 1944, and news clippings.
The collection contains minutes, 1942–1945; a summary report, 1945; bulletins; committee lists; records of local councils; newsletters; a survey of servicemen’s programs; a victory aide list; reports and bulletins.
The collection consists of publications related to public health issues.
The collection contains correspondence, minutes, scrapbooks, financial records, and reference materials.