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The collection consists of the travel club programs and member lists from 1916-1942 and 1946-1947. The programs outline officers and activity committee members for each year. Newspaper clippings from 1917-1941 are also included.
The collection contains programs, scrapbooks, photographs, newspaper clippings, financial records, meeting minutes, press releases, realia (including buttons and plaques), and assorted papers documenting the Minneapolis Aquatennial from 1940 to the present.
The collection includes newspaper clippings on building construction, grand openings, performances, events, tradeshows, expositions, and more that took place in the facility over its history. It also includes various programs, construction plans, budgets, and related records from expansion projects from the early 1920s, 1960s, and 1980s. Also included are three scrapbooks that cover 1923-1929 and 1958-1981.
The collection consists of catalogs from the Minneapolis School of Fine Arts and the Minneapolis School of Art (1886-1961), press releases, newsletters, reports, bulletins, invitations, programs newspaper clippings, catalogs for the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (1971-2002), faculty guides, annual reports, and related materials.
The collection contains of a scrapbook with clippings (1890-1899), additional newspaper clippings, an Anne Oakley pamphlet, banquet programs, and ephemera.
The collection consists of one box of historical materials, including legal documents, secretary books, and a few programs and publications.
The collection contains newspaper clippings from 1922 to 1987 on the Society, promotional materials, including brochures, invitations, programs, and exhibit pamphlets; newsletters; press releases; reports; and early exhibition catalogs.
The collection consists of handbooks, directories, annual banquet information, newspaper clippings, assorted administrative documents, and photographs documenting the Minnehikers from the 1920s to the 1980s. The bulk of the material documents the 1920s and 1930s. Slides taken by Bernice Catlin date from the 1960s to 1980s.
This collection includes materials relating to the activities of the Minnesota Civil Liberties Union between 1962 and 1997. These materials consist mostly of official documents from the organization, including incorporation papers, meeting minutes, financial statements, case reports, and press releases. In addition, there are newspaper clippings about the organization dated between 1962 and 1997.
The collection consists of material related to the Minnesota Federation of Women's Clubs. The material includes newspaper clippings, historical summaries, programs, and newsletters. The collection also contains several files of material pertaining to radio programs sponsored by the Federation in the early 1940s, including "World Adventure Club," "Pioneer Women of Minnesota," and "General Federation of Women's Clubs Golden Jubilee Roll Call."
Materials from 1963 to 2000. Included is a list of the first 25 years of productions with locations and dates. A nearly complete collection of programs from the early years to the 1980s and some clipped reviews included, as are some board of directors materials donated by Barbara Flanagan.
The collection includes newspaper clippings, letters, newsletters, reports, promotional materials, Encore magazine, press books, season catalogs, press releases, and other administrative and promotional documents about the Minnesota Orchestra. Newspaper clippings on both the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra and Minnesota Orchestra (1904-2002) include general clippings and subject clippings include files about the building, Musicfest, and Sommerfest.
The collection consists of full newspapers and clippings, programs and scorecards, media guides, magazines, reports and publications, promotional material, and two scrapbooks of newspaper clippings.
Consists of a volume of poems by Leslie Myers, Beverly June Myers-Nelson, and Lindley Hughes Patten compiled by Myers as a tribute to his daughter Beverly. Also included is a clipping file on Myers and his wife, Hazel.
The collection includes newspaper clippings, newsletters, fact sheets, reports & studies, project plans & proposals, and promotional material. Memoranda and meeting minutes from the Nicollet Mall Implementation Board are also included. Most of the collection centers around two main mall designs/re-designs, one in the late 1960s and the other the late 1980s.
Collection consists of personal notes and handwritten records from the members, a few newspaper clippings about the Ollapodrida Study Club, several record books of the club treasurer and the club secretary, and the club’s annual programs spanning 1922-1965.
Collection consists of historical sketches of Minneapolis culture and of the Ramblers Study Club, photographs(1923), newspaper clippings (1936), correspondence(1944-1946), and the club’s annual programs (1899-1949).
Collection consists of newspaper clippings about the Saint Anthony Falls Club and the club’s annual programs spanning 1903-1953.
This collection includes materials documenting the construction of the Sumner Field Homes. Materials include scrapbooks of newspaper clippings (1936-1939), photo albums, newspaper clippings, and the copper cornerstone box and its contents.
The collection consists of newspaper clippings (1956 to 1993), advertisements and season brochures (1960-1993), and performance programs (1950s-2005).
Newspaper clippings (1920s-1993), photos, minutes books (1893-1966), directories (1900-1993, incomplete), programs (1892-1960s), yearbooks (1942-1956), and press clippings (1900-1964) documenting the activities of the Thursday Musical.
Collection consists of a club history, newspaper clippings, and annual programs spanning 1902-1954.
Collection consists of newspaper clippings; a biography of club founder, Martha Wells; two record books detailing club travels and studies; and programs spanning 1895-1967.