Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains: a report of the West Duluth Fire Department requesting establishment of a fire alarm system, 1893; general orders to all or to specific fire houses, 1905-1940; letters to the Fire Department; a list of some firemen with their pay; and annual reports 1920-1921, 1923-1927, 1932, 1938; application blanks for the Duluth Firemen’s Relief Association; one microfilm reel of records, April 12,1887-December, 1917.
The collection consists of selected materials, all but one from the collections of the Minnesota Historical Society (St. Paul, Minnesota), documenting the lynchings, press coverage, and court records of subsequent trials.
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.
Consists of one reel of microfilm containing images of an account book kept by fisherman Daniel Lind, working near Castle Danger, Minnesota on Lake Superior.
Consists of one reel of microfilmed copies of Sverre Mathisen's papers. The papers consist of correspondence and miscellaneous papers and financial records of two Lutsen, Minnesota residents, Sverre Mathisen and Sevold Rise, who were partners in a commercial fishing operation along the North Shore of Lake Superior.
The collection consists of seven rolls of positive microfilm containing sixty volumes of church records. The records consist of church record books which contain vital statistics, information in the form of baptisms, confirmations, marriages, deaths, and communicants; and history of the congregation. Also included are church council minutes, several volumes of general church financial records, records of auxiliary organizations, and several scrapbooks.
The scrapbook contains newspaper clippings pertaining to Singer’s role in the Lake Superior transportation business from 1899-1903.
Consists of one reel of microfilm containing images of two volumes of scrapbooks compiled by Agnes Lind Thorngren. The scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings relating to the fishing communities along the North Shore of Lake Superior in Minnesota.