Found in 59 Collections and/or Records:
The interviews in this project document the history of Duluth, Minnesota area businesses and labor unions. Barbara Sommer conducted the interviews in 1980-1981.
The collection consists of three interviews on five cassette tapes and corresponding transcriptions: Gordy and Magda Hendrickson, March 30, 1981, have always lived in Larsmont; a second interview with Gordy and Magda Hendrickson on April 23, 1981; Ted Whalberg spoke June 3, 1981 about the history of his family of Larsmont.
The collection contains an oral history project conducted by Mari Trine in 2003 and 2006, in which she interviewed sixteen women living and working in rural Minnesota. Also included is correspondence related to Trine's grievance process after being denied tenure at the College of St. Scholastica, presentations by Trine, and Duluth ephemera.
The collection consists of audio recordings of interviews of individuals involved with Mesaba Co-op Park in Hibbing, Minnesota, biographical information on narrators, interview abstracts, transcripts of the interviews, and photographs contemporary to the interviews.
Mike Shabaiash oral history interview concerning historic resources of the Fond du Lac Reservation (Minn.), October 10 - 12, 1979
Two audio recordings of interviews with Mike Shabaiash. The interviews took place on October 10 and 12, 1979 and were conducted as a part of the Historic Resources Inventory of the Fond du Lac Reservation. An index to this interview is available.
In the interview Mike Shabaiash discussed location and use of traditional villages, cemeteries, mounds, wild rice, and logging on the Fond du Lac Reservation in Carlton and St. Louis Counties, Minnesota.
Collection contains transcripts and DVD recordings of interviews collected by the University of Minnesota Performing Arts Archives.
The collection consists of one cassette tape of an interview of Saime Monson by Professor Richard H. Hudelson, Ph.D., UMD professor of philosopy.
This collection consists of oral histories conducted with members of Mount Zion Temple in Saint Paul, Minnesota, dating between 2003 and 2013, a project began in preparation for Mount Zion Temple's 150th Anniversary.
Contains video interviews and transcripts, scenic video footage, and dramatic re-enactment video footage for production of a six-part public television documentary about the history and culture of Anishinaabe Ojibwe people titled Waasa Inaabida: We Look In All Directions that aired in 2001.
Contains interviews with ten participants, documenting the history of commercial fishing on Lake Superior's North Shore. The interviewees are individuals who themselves, or whose families, engaged in commercial fishing in this region. The interviewer is Barbara Sommer.
This collection contains oral history work from college history courses taught by Professor Mari Trine with a focus on using primary sources and oral history methods in research.
Consists of an audio recording and a transcript of an interview with Halvor Reiten, a commercial fisherman on Lake Superior. The interview was conducted by Geoffrey Pope and Bob Bruce and took place in 1976.
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.
In these audiotapes Mr. Slonim discusses growing up, his neighborhood, and recollections of his father, whom he describes as idealistic, generous and impractical. Also mentioned are O. E. Thompson and Dr. Max Hirschfield.
Bruce Smith is a retired locomotive foreman with the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway Company. The collection consists of one audio cassette and accompanying transcript.
The collection consists of one audiocassette, made in Duluth, Minnesota, in 1970 with Mr. Gerard Spencer and Mr. D. C. Vaughn present.
The collections is arranged in four series: administration; financial; publicity, photographs, scrapbooks; and property files.
The Twin Cities GLBT Oral History Project Collection contains administrative documents, audio records, notes, and transcripts of interviews with individuals from the GLBT communities in the Twin Cities and the surrounding area.
This collection consists of oral histories that explore the post-World War II migration of Minneapolis's Jewish community from the city's North Side to the western suburb of St. Louis Park.
The collection consists of one 90 minute audiocassette tape oral history interview narrated by a resident of the Duluth neighborhood Morgan Park.
The collection consists of three interviews concerning union organizing activities, factory working conditions, labor politics, and the experiences of Croatian immigrants in northern Minnesota. Earl Bester, Nick Borovack, and Joe Paszak were interviewed by Jean Johnson of radio station WDTH.
The collection consists of 4 audiocassettes of Widell's interview with Richard Hudelson on April 26, 1994, and 2 audiocassettes of Widell's interview with Richard Hudelson on May 4, 2002.
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.