Childhood and youth
Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
One brief tape, recorded when Dagmar Westin Michler was 78 years old.
This collection is intended to accommodate miscellaneous, primary documents related to the October 12, 13, 1918 Cloquet-Moose Lake forest fire and its aftermath when provenance or donor information about the material is unclear or not known.
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 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.
The collection consists of form 391, 2 pages, Directions for Use of Period and Daily Report for School Lunch Project which supplies directions for how to fill out the report form columns 1-11.
The materials comprising this collection are secondary resources Dr. Carlson gathered over time to support her research, including the publication A Childhood in Minnesota : Exploring the Lives of Ojibwe and Immigrant Families, 1880s-1920s.
The collection consists of approximately 1,240 black and white and color slides of Duluth sites, views, events, and activities from 1955-1973.
The collection consists of interviews by Professor Richard Hudelson, Ph. D. of Donald Klaber on July 22, 1999 and March 2000.
The collection contains four scrapbooks relating to Frances Hoffman Lavine’s involvement in theater in French River and Duluth. They contain newsclippings, programs, and occasional photographs covering the Children’s Theater of Duluth, Little Theater of Duluth, French River Dramatic Arts Club, the Senior Hadassah at Temple Emanuel Congregation in Duluth, and her own dramatic performances.
The collection consists of photographs of a logger's homestead (1910-1911). The photographs are divided into subjects: women and children, recreation, equipment (log hauler), workers, and camp.
The collection consists of the records of the South St. Louis County Chapter of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. The records contain minutes from 1941-1961 and a manual for chapters from January 1, 1961.
The collection consists of pages of reflection on work, life experience, and the writer’s philosophy under the title I Never Got a Parole.
The collection consists of Aad Temple Shrine Circus programs from the years 1949, 1951-1964, 1966-1967. The programs themselves contain notes from the Aad Temple officers, history of the Shriners, promotional material regarding vacation areas in northern Minnesota, and a large amount of advertising from local businesses.
The collection contains a photograph album, a scrapbook, and correspondence.
The collection consists of one videocassette of family movies shot in Houghton, Michigan, and includes Minnesota iron range footage shot by and about the Trezona Family dating between 1925-1929, narrated by Richard J. Trezona.
The collection holds photograph albums, scrapbooks primarily of newspaper articles about the local association, and the newsletter "Cerebral Palsy Messenger" of the Duluth Area UCP and the renamed UCP of Northeastern Minnesota, 1972-1994.
The collection contains Frank M. Warren's records from the Isle Royale Citizens’ Committee 1926-1929.
The collection consists of two interviews that cover topics and recollections spanning 1919-1960s. The narrators are Sally E. Solomon (approximately 75 minutes) and Pearl Barker (85 minutes).
The collection is the product of classroom assignments by undergraduate students in the Writing for the Social Sciences courses from 1990-1993.