World War II
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains correspondence, reference materials, photographs, and Red Cross publications. Most of the material originated from the chapter's World War I activities, and reflects the relief programs in effect during that war.
The collection consists of industrial photographs taken by the donor during the duration of his studio's operation in Virginia, Minnesota which closed in 1956. Mr. Barclay continued shooting for industrial clients through 1963.
This collection consists of a photocopy of a newspaper clippings scrapbook compiled from the Cook, News-Herald covering men and women in the armed services from Cook and the immediate area. Other subjects covered in the scrapbook include Red Cross work, war bond drives and the arrival in the Cook area of British war brides.
The collection contains correspondence, bulletins, publications, news clippings, scrapbooks, photographs, posters, personnel lists, and other reference materials from the war activities of the organization. The records were collected from a variety of sources, such as the Duluth Public Library, the War History Division of the Duluth Civilian Defense Council, and individuals. Parts of the collection, therefore, are sporadic and incomplete.
The collection consists of two alphabetical series: graduates and non-graduates.
Faculty Meeting Minutes 1947-1948; DJC Bulletins 1942-43, 1947-48, 1948-49
The collection consists of one 84 page fragile scrapbook with primarily unidentified and undated local news clippings and 6 photos and 1 photocopied photo.
The collection contains information on the activities of the USO in Duluth.
The collection consists of an interview with civil rights attorney Newton S. Friedman on March 18, 1993.
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 collections contains research materials compiled to write Dr. Hudelson's book published by the University of Minnesota Press in 2006 titled By the Ore Docks: A Working People’s History of Duluth.
The collection consists of digital recordings of interviews of Erling Jonassen by Stephanie Hemphill conducted in November 2008, focusing on his World War II experiences. In addition to these recordings the collection includes a printed transcript of the interviews (9 pages), a digital copy and printed transcript (3 pages) of a Minnesota Public Radio program by Stephanie Hemphill featuring Erling Jonassen, and digital copies of photographs provided by Mr. Jonassen.
The collection consists of interviews by Professor Richard Hudelson, Ph. D. of Donald Klaber on July 22, 1999 and March 2000.
Professor Richard Hudelson, Ph.D. interviewed Mrs. Klaber on September 19, 25, 1997. The tapes chronicle her life from Germany to the United States, from before throughout and after WWII and her relocation to the United States.
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 contains biographical information, WWII records and medal, certificates of birth, baptism and marriage, court document of John Harry Peterson’s name change in 1940 to John Hartley Peterson, photographs of John and Barbara Peterson, and a copy of John Peterson’s 1948 University of Minnesota Thesis for Master of Science in Ophthalmology The Effect of Glare on the Accommodation Near Point.
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 contains information statements to inform consumers of policy and forms, stickers, stamps, booklets, etc. issued by the Office of Price Administration required for consumers to purchase rationed items.
The collection contains: biographical information, certificates, awards, miscellaneous, 1906-39; photographs 1904, ca. 1912; scrapbook 1911-23, news clippings—Finnish Relief Fund, 1939-40; publications about Duluth and Minnesota, 1912-22; articles by Van Cleef in magazines and newspapers, 1914-69; articles about and of interest to Van Cleef, 1919-70; research interests, 1920-1961; information on Finnish Rya rugs, 1923-25
The collection contains meeting minutes, letters and pamphlets.
The collection consists of two scrapbooks solely containing news clippings covering anti-sabotage programs, commodity rationing, test blackouts, division of city into district, air raid precautions, and other subjects concering home front activities in Duluth, Minnesota during World War II.