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The Business Trade Card Collection contains hundreds of decorative cards from businesses in Minneapolis. The bulk of the collection dates from about 1880 to 1910.
Most of the cards have been digitized and are available in Minnesota Reflections: /reflections.mndigital.org/cdm/search/collection/mpls/searchterm/Trade%20cards/field/all/mode/exact/conn/and/order/title/page/1>
Collection includes seven gift books, booklets (Greetings--Easter 1924; February 1928; February 1931), Christmas greeting brochures to dealers (1924 and 1941), office correspondence (January 1932-September 1942), financial statements for 1925, 1932, 1935, 1939, 1941, and 1943 to October 18, seven Christmas cards (1925-1930), biographical clippings on George Buzza, clippings on the company from 1921-1942, and a history of the company circa 1927.
One box and one oversize item. Includes biographical materials, newspaper clippings, catalogs of book collections, and correspondence.
Fact sheets, brochures, building information, newspaper clippings, correspondence and other administrative records documenting the history and operations of Central Avenue Library in Minneapolis, Minnesota, from 1907 to 1972. Central Avenue Library was part of the Minneapolis Public Library. The Minneapolis Public Library and Hennepin County Library merged in 2008. Central Avenue Library was shutdown in 1972.
Fact sheets, brochures, building information, newspaper clippings, correspondence and other administrative records documenting the history and operations of Champlin Library in Champlin, Minnesota, from 1932 to 2013. Champlin Library is part of the Hennepin County Library.
Proofs of Bart’s daily political cartoons from 1901-1915. Box 1 also includes two folders of biographical information, a booklet of Bart's published cartoons, and a published calendar illustrated by Bart. The rest of the boxes are cartoon proofs only.
One box. The Charles Saint Denis collection includes a biographical article and other clippings; personal letters and notes; memos from the Alaska Project, which dealt with the transfer of 200 Minnesota farm families to Alaska during the depression; and "The Research Approach to a Program of Rural Rehabilitation in Minnesota," a report on the effectiveness of relief for Minnesota farmers during the Depression.
The collection consists of 19 boxes containing a variety of materials related to the café and its ownership. These include personal correspondence from both Charles and Louise Saunders, biographical materials, newspaper clippings, various photographs and media, audio recordings, restaurant menus, promotional materials and assorted artifacts.
One box. The collection details and documents Harrington's donation of a mobile canteen for the British Military via the English-Speaking Union. Correspondence and newspaper clippings on the American Red Cross, Hennepin County Chapter.
The collection consists of five scrapbooks detailing Cliff Nyberg's experience with the U.S. Army 11th Field Hospital during World War II. The scrapbooks include photographs, documents, ensignia, newspaper clippings, and assorted records.
Clifford Taney Family Collection consists of miscellaneous clippings, his law degree and other certificates, Christmas cards, Miriam Taney's wedding announcement, identifications, a travel itinerary, and a Christmas story "A Cheerful Giver" written by Miriam when she was eleven. Also included are 8 photo albums and two additional boxes of photographs. One album has been disbound and boxed. The photos are mostly from travels around the world and family photos.
This collection consists of three boxes of mixed materials. These include: Newspaper Clippings, Brochures, Correspondence, Official Messages and statements, and speeches related to Aurthur Naftalin and his family.
One box of materials from 1938-1992. Collection consists of an incomplete collection of the 1943 Round the Town column and the What Goes on Here column 1943-45. There is also a large assortment of newspaper clippings announcing Ueland’s various speaking engagements and short biographical articles. The collections also contain the drafts of If You Want to Write, first published in 1938.
The Charles H. Foster Collecton consists of a single box and contains materials such as: correspondence, manuscripts, and materials related to his donation of items to the Minneapolis Public Library. Several folders contain incoming and outgoing correspondence with author Truman Nelson.
Collection consists of newspaper clippings and seven yearbooks spanning from 1932 to 1940 (incomplete). The yearbooks include an annual President’s Report, calendar of engagements, brief financial report, committees and members, members and addresses, and the Concordia Anniversary Song lyrics.
One Box. Scrapbook composed of clippings of the “Quentin’s Corner” (or “Quentin’s Colyum”) newspaper column from the Minneapolis Morning Tribune. The 143-page scrapbook includes an index to many of the poems, commentary, and humor written between 1912 and 1915.
The collection consists of 11 folders, most of which contain newspaper and periodical clippings regarding Mitropoulos's life and career. One folder contains a number of portraits. One folder also contains a bound collection of publicity materials from the 1940s given to the managers of locations at which Mitropoulos and the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra were touring.
Seven boxes of documents, newsletters, political ephemera, campaign literature, newspaper clippings, intern manuals, photographs, slides, and audiocassettes primarily regarding the political career of Donald M. Fraser as Minneapolis Mayor. Correspondence series includes annual holiday letters written by Arvonne Fraser.
The Eiji Oue Collection consists of one box containing a folder of newspaper clippings, a file of Minnesota Orchestra press releases from his tenure, several printed programs for his tours and performances, a binder of information from his inaugural committee, a number of holiday cards sent by Oue, and a number of commemorative Wheaties boxes featuring Oue's picture.
The collection consists of four boxes of various materials including newspaper clippings, correspondence, handwritten notes, inventories of musical scores, music manuscripts, and assorted other items.
- Libraries -- Minnesota -- Hennepin County 76
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- Minneapolis Public Schools 4
- Neighborhood Revitalization Program (Minneapolis, Minn.) 4
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