Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains five photocopied letters, typed copies of four of those letters, and an “Alphabetical Rhyme on Names of Early Residents”.
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 Duluth ship canal was dug through Minnesota Point in 1870 to benefit the Duluth harbor. The City of Superior, fearing the canal would change the flow of water through their ship entry, brought suit against Duluth to halt the construction. The collection contains a Circuit Court of the United States Bill of Complaint against the City of Duluth and a letter addressed to the City.
The collection contains a diary, notebook, letter press of Clark & Relf, 1865-1871; some correspondence, 1861-1866; and biographical information.
The collection consists of a typed transcription of a diary compiled by William Cowell. It includes a description of a trip from Quebec to Duluth-Superior.
The collection contains minutes, financial books, annual reports, publications, maps, miscellaneous correspondence, news clippings, photographs, timetables, and microfilmed scrapbooks. Financial records represent the largest portion of records, and there is a significant lack of executive records.
This scrapbook consists of newspaper clippings relative to the Duluth, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin area theaters' productions and players.
This collection contains a typed transcription of Higgins' 1869 diary which includes a cash account for that year.
The collection consists of constitution and by-laws; a list of charter members dated 1894; minutes from 1894 -1929; correspondence and mailing list from 1945-1975; biographies, obituaries and clippings; historical accounts of medical developments in Duluth; and notes of member and officer, Dr. Karl W. Emmanuel from 1982 and 1983.
The collection contains correspondence, minutes, reference materials, contracts, maps, blueprints and news clippings.
The papers are not extensive but sketch for us family relationships and three interests of Ira Jones: the temperance movement, which he helped to establish in communities where he lived; fraternal organization affiliation, specifically Good Templars; and the religious denomination Christian Science.
The collection contains correspondence, reference materials, photographs and news clippings.
The collection contains two typewritten copies of James Peet's original diaries and three letters.
The collection contains: copies of letters to newspapers, 1854–1859; two news clippings about Mary Clara Post, 1934–1941; and one scrapbook consisting of newspaper clippings of Post's articles as a correspondent and poems written by her and by others, 1853–1891.
This collection consists of family papers and photographs, organization records, business records, and personal papers and photographs. They span Jansen’s life from grade school through the late 2010s.
The collection consists of one letter written in Ojibwe to Vincent Roy from Peter Beaver of Grand Portage, Minnesota.
The collection consists of one letter and a list of stockholders.
The collection contains a subscription book to the Superior Gazette; a Superior, Wisconsin paper published by Richard Relf.