Marj Wunder Papers
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Brochures, newspaper clippings, correspondence, photographs, and ephemera documenting Marj Wunder's work as a peace activist. Edina Grandmothers for Peace, the Peace Garden at Lyndale Park (near Lake Harriet), the Honeywell Project, and the relationship between Minneapolis and Hiroshima, Japan, are especially well documented. Collection includes many programs from Peace Garden events and annual Hiroshima and Nagasaki remembrance days.
Most materials are arranged alphabetically. Scrapbooks are arranged chronologically.
- Creation: 1982 - 2009
- Wunder, Marjorie Irene (Person)
The collection is available for use in Special Collections at Minneapolis Central Library during the department's open hours.
Marjorie Irene Munson Wunder was a peace activist in Edina and throughout the Twin Cities. She was instrumental in the establishment of the Peace Garden near Lake Harriet and the Minneapolis-Hiroshima friendship cities connection. Wunder was active in the Honeywell project (in protest of the company's war production) and Women Against Military Madness. She was a founding member of Grandmothers for Peace. Marj Wunder lived in Edina, Minnesota, with her husband Hollis Wunder and children Holly, Douglas, and Julianne. Wunder died October 1, 2021, at age 90.
1.89 Linear Feet (5 boxes and 1 oversize folder)
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This collection was donated by Holly Wunder Stiles in May 2022 as accession 2022.27.
This collection was processed by Jenna Jacobs from August to December 2022.
- Marj Wunder Papers
- Jenna Jacobs
- December 2022
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Part of the Hennepin County Library Special Collections Repository
Minneapolis Central Library
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Minneapolis MN 55401 U.S.A.