Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains miscellaneous correspondence and mailings from other Printing Trades 1918-1928, and one volume of Council minutes, May 1937 to April 1944.
The collection contains research materials collected and used by Arnold R. Alanen while writing his book Morgan Park: Duluth, U.S. Steel, and the Forging of a Company Town, which was published in 2007 by University of Minnesota Press.
The collection includes Erik Peterson’s committee meeting notes of Duluth and St. Louis County, case statements, meeting rosters, meeting notices, agendas, minutes, publicity materials, relevant publications by Good Jobs First and Smart Growth, support documents, newspaper articles about this local and other states’ living wage campaigns. There are also files on living wage issues as they relate to child care costs and wages.
The collection contains one digital file of the interview and 17 items the family copied for context.
The collection consists of Socialist Labor Party papers and one video.
The collection consists of 2 interviews of Evert Haglund on two cassettes.
The collection contains two folders of papers, one of personal papers (1905-1964), and one of employment records, local and state health department reports, and correspondence (1904-1941). Folder two holds December 30, 1927 letters about "disposal of dairy products from the Louis Jacobson farm in Cotton Township where a typhoid fever case developed."
The collection consists of constitutions and by-laws and labor agreements of ILA locals. The collection also contains safety manuals and news clippings.
While surveying the collections of the NEMHC for the Minnesota Radicalism project, these items were identified as potentially useful for labor development research. Additional materials will be added to this collection as they are donated and appropriate.
The interviews in this project document the history of Duluth, Minnesota area businesses and labor unions. Barbara Sommer conducted the interviews in 1980-1981.
Collection consists of price lists for the work of professional painters for 1910, 1911, 1917. Title of each three page list is Minimum Prices for Painting, Tinting, Finishing, etc.
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.
The collection contains Duluth election data of all candidates of all parties down to the ward level from the years 1896, 1912, 1920, and 1924 compiled from returns published in newspapers and other political and labor history sources. The collection also holds Minnesota governor election results from Duluth for 1896-1934.
The collection consists of one cassette tape of an interview of Saime Monson by Professor Richard H. Hudelson, Ph.D., UMD professor of philosopy.
The collection contains drafts of speeches delivered by Pearson, newspaper clippings, constitution of Minnesota State CIO Councils, 1948; CIO Congress of Women’s Auxiliaries Manual, 1947; meeting notice for CIO of Ely, Minnesota, 1947; and miscellaneous material regarding the Minnesota State CIO Auxiliary Council Convention, 1950.
The collection consists of research files, primarily photocopies of originals held at MHS, gathered by the MHS to support the work of, or discovered during the work of, the Minnesota Radicalism Project.
The scrapbook contains newspaper clippings pertaining to Singer’s role in the Lake Superior transportation business from 1899-1903.
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.
Contains three tapes of Twin Ports and Regional Labor History Conference proceedings.
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 14 photographs of Dr. William WIckstrom’s family and John and Maria Wickstrom’s friends, as well as a written transcript of an interview by Dr. Richard Hudelson narrated by Dr. William Wickstrom about local labor history and the Carneys.
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 is the product of classroom assignments by undergraduate students in the Writing for the Social Sciences courses from 1990-1993.