Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains correspondence, financial materials, articles, pamphlets, photographs, news clippings, sketchbooks, a tape recording, and miscellaneous reference materials. Most of the records originate from the period between 1940-1958 and document Barnes' financial interests and his involvement in the St. Lawrence Seaway project. Some personal correspondence is also included.
The collection contains product advertisements with descriptions, National Electrical Manufacturers Association Standards, specifications and parts drawings, correspondence with James E. Frykdahl, Head of Coolerator's Engineering Department, and a copy of the firm's public auction.
The collection contains correspondence, diaries, articles and addresses written by Darling, a subject file, personal financial materials, news clippings, photographs, and engineering plans.
The collection is comprised of one scrapbook containing correspondence concerning school activities, news clippings, and photographs of the children who were students at the sight saving school accompanied by short written statements and art work both created by the students.
The collection contains items originally made for one-time impact or for informational purposes such as advertisements, announcements, broadsides, bumper stickers, calendars, flyers, handbills, invitation, letterheads, menus, programs, and tickets. The collection includes a series of pin-back buttons related to events and organizations.
The collection consists of hand drawn plat maps indicating locations of rail lines in Lake, Cook, St. Louis and Carlton counties, Minnesota.
The collection contains business and personal correspondence,1894-1961; newsclippings concerning shipping and Hiram Inman, 1894-1968; photographs of family, friends and boats, 1893-1934; a sketchbook containing May Inman's sketches of boats and flowers, 1893-1894; and 5 scrapbooks.
The collection contains correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, notebooks, sketches, newsclippings and other reference materials.
The collection contains two scrapbooks, three photographs of the newsboys, letters, a Kiwanis newsletter with an article about Pearsons, and a book of sketches of Duluth, Minnesota in 1894.
The collection contains 23 sets of design drawings for ski jumps at Chester Park, Fond du Lac, Hartley Field, and New Duluth retained by Ed Poirier, who is named as the designer on some of the drawings.
Maps and drawings relating to Duluth & Iron Range Railroad, and Duluth, Missabe & Northern Railroad.
The collection contains one small sketchbook of Duluth scenes and citizens.
The collection contains letters and sketches sent to Frank Smith from his friend, Antoine, who was then in Alaska.
The collection contains correspondence, 1894-1896; articles and newsclippings, 1912-1949; drawings and photographs; and legal documents concerning patents.
The collection consists of advertising products for clients. Many of the items are not in final form but the raw art, and it is not known if these items met the client's need or were rejected. There is a group of final posters. Most of the work is drawings with black ink.
The collection consists of 3 notebooks containing sketches, surveys, and other engineering notes.
The collection contains recollection of dreams, poetry, drawings, annotations of Waldo Frank’s “The Jew in Our Day”; correspondence (1935-1958) with artist Knute Heldner and his wife Colette; and published materials and newspaper clippings on Heldner.