Found in 41 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains stock certificates in mining and land companies in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
The collection contains general correspondence, 1896-1921, largely concerning real estate business; correspondence and related materials concerning General E. P. Alexander's estate, 1911-1912; contracts, agreements and deeds, 1890-1920; and tax statements, 1895-1921.
The collection contains articles of incorporation, May 1911; minutes of the Board of Directors; an account ledger, 1911-1929; two cashbooks, 1911-1929; a tract book describing the land owned, its location, and the amount and quality of timber; and two maps of the area. Also included are stock certificates, 1919-1920.
The collection consists of two documents. One notes receipt of $148 by James Bardon from P. J. Peterson in payment for land patents in the name of James Starkey and Peter J. Peterson. The other is a letter to Starkey and Peterson from Bardon confirming that the payment was received by the land office and informing them that they now have "full authority to cut timber and do as you please with the land."
The collections consists of of corporate minutes of the Blue Ore Mining Company, a Duluth, Minnesota based firm, which owned and leased land in St. Louis and Itasca Counties.
The collection consists of five Bradley Building Company land titles from 1889-1907 and 1920-1960.
The collection contains land leases, land lots and prices marked on township grid maps, description of the Brainerd-Cuyuna Mine and operating expenses.
The collection contains a record book of court cases of this Superior, Wisconsin, attorney who was a partner in the firm of Bright and Hayes.
The collection consists of a letter written by Bullen to J. Bardon.
The collection contains three land books containing land locations, land and timber sales information, deed dates and records of land payments of the properties held by the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway.
The materials in this collection concern disputed claims regarding land in present day downtown Duluth, Minnesota that was initially granted to the Ojibwe Chief Buffalo.
The collection contains financial ledgers of a Duluth, Minnesota realty company.
The collection consists of two letters to Mary P. Cory. One, dated June 1, 1893 is from Harry Cruikshank. The other, dated May 28, 1903 is written on City of Duluth, comptroller office stationary, it is most likely from George Cruikshank, then Assistant City Comptroller for Duluth, Minnesota.
The collection contains land deeds in Aitkin, Crow Wing, Itasca, and St. Louis Counties, mining and timber leases, business letters, and labor contracts.
The collection consists of one volume of maps. The maps were produced through the Real Property survey of Duluth, Minnesota. Official project 65-71-6013. State no. 1-866. W.P.A. project nos. 1619 and 3390.
The collection consists of papers which document the disputed land claims of settlers in the vicinity of Ely Lake (formerly known as Cedar Island Lake), which is located in Fayal Township, St. Louis County, Minnesota. The dispute was based on an allegedly inaccurate survey by the U.S. Surveyor General's office and on the U.S. Homestead Law.
The collection contains notes, photographs, and news clippings.
The collection largely consists of typewritten manuscripts and notes collected for use in the state and regional guides. Other records included are correspondence, photos, and reference materials.
This collection contains a certificate of citizenship (passport) from Scheunenberg, Switzerland, a typed translation of that document, and a homestead certificate from Duluth, Minnesota, dated 1874.
The collection contains the Company C commissary book for 1861–1864 with Captain John Gray written on the front cover.
The collection consists of two diaries belonging to William H., correspondence files of John H. Sr. dating from World War I and II concerning the war effort and war related experiences.
The collection contains financial records, leases, contracts, deeds, audits, correspondence, annual reports, articles of incorporation, stockholders' lists, and minutes about mining for a number of holding companies and subsidiaries of Higgins.
The collection contains a list of property purchases and purchase agreement and a sheet of their stationary with address and capital stock and a letter from the Minneapolis Street Railway Company concerning the need for an incline railway in order to make their real estate valuable.
This collection contains Robert Jefferson's deeds and quit claims.
The collection contains one volume that includes articles of incorporation, minutes of Board of Directors meetings, and minutes of stockholders meetings.
The collection contains company share certificates, land abstracts and a letter from the Register of Deeds.
The collection contains record of personal investments and businesses, correspondence and law practice papers, journals from his rental properties.
The collection consists of two volumes, a business ledger and a business journal, covering the brief period of May 1908 to May 1915 that describe a portion of the Myers company’s activity.