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One box. Collection consists of newspaper clippings and organizational materials concerning The Way Center.
This collection consists of two boxes containing newspaper and magazine clippings, brochures, newsletters, fundraising materials, and press releases relating to the Weisman Art Museum. The material is arranged chronologically in two parts: under the museum's current name (the Weisman Art Museum) and its older name (the University Art Gallery). Materials on the University Gallery and University Art Museum are filed with the earlier material.
Includes various pamphlets, directories (1938-1981), clippings (1920-1986) and annual reports in a separate file from 1919-1975 (incomplete).
Collection consists of newspaper clippings concerning the Women’s Occupational Bureau, miscellaneous publications produced by the Bureau, the Bureau's financial record book, a scrapbook newspaper clippings pertaining to the Women’s Week Exposition held in November 1934, and Minneapolis Women's Activities yearbooks produced by the Bureau.
One box. Includes a brief history of the club and several newspaper clippings. Also included are programs for the years 1920-1923 and 1940-1944.
One box. Collection consists of committee organization charts; Court Committee Bulletins; digest of an address delivered before the National Federation of Settlements at Washington, D.C., May 1923. Publications, brochures, pamphlets and bulletins from 1921-1931.
One box. Collection consists of newspaper clipping concerning the Zetetic Club, a history of the club written by some of its members, and the clubs yearbook spanning 1903-1967.
Original letterpress copies of Wirth’s correspondence, 1899-1907. Includes correspondence to Charles Loring (1905-06) and to Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. (1904). Also includes biographical profiles, articles, and clippings. Also included is correspondence from his grandson, Theodore “Ted” J. Wirth.
3 boxes. Photocopied correspondence, 1837-1867. Also includes photocopied articles of Williams' death; photocopied letter from Margaret Renshaw Carroll to Carl Vitz, librarian, Minneapolis Public Library, dated November 26, 1937; and original scrapbooks (numbers 25 and 26) with indices.
The collection consists of one box containing miscellaneous materials such as programs, notices, newsletters and photographs largely pertaining to to McConnell's work with the Religious Public Relations Council, the Episcopal Church and St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Minneapolis.
Two boxes. Collection consists of programs, invitations and other publications relating to the annual Symphony Ball, and newspaper clippings relating to the Symphony Ball and other club activities. Collection also includes miscellaneous publications and press releases relating to club events.
This collection contains newspaper articles related to William A. French, his designs, and businesses. One folder contains articles written about his residence in American Home magazine. There are photographs of the designer, his work, residences, business locations, and advertisements.
The William H. Dunwoody Collection includes scattered correspondence 1897-1913 together with leaflets or pamphlets relating to businesses, as well as four letterpress correspondence books dating January-June, 1878. It also contains his will, biographical information, newspaper clippings, and the description of the holdings of the Minnesota Historical Society.
One box. Collection includes several letters, booklets; including baccalaureate address, In Memoriam -- Wm. S. Pattee, College of Law bulletin (1898), clippings (obit), and pamphlet, "Theories of knowledge and theories of being."
The collection consists of programs from 1912 to 1948 with some missing years. The programs include study topics for the year, officers, committees and members, members and addresses, and the annual club schedule.
Annual reports documenting the history and operations of the Court House Branch Library in Minneapolis, Minnesota, from 1910 to 1912. The Court House Branch Library was part of the Minneapolis Public Library. The Minneapolis Public Library and Hennepin County Library merged in 2008.
Photographs of business fronts and signage taken by Hennepin County Library staff, primarily at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic from March to May 2020. Signs include printed and handwritten messages noting business closures and changes to services. Includes some photographs of messages of support and positive affirmations in yards and on sidewalks.
Fact sheets, brochures, building information, newspaper clippings, correspondence and other administrative records documenting the history and operations of Crystal Library in Crystal, Minnesota, from 1953 to 2008. Crystal Library was part of the Hennepin County Library.
One box. The Daniel Rochford collection includes biographical information, diaries from 1916-1918, correspondence from 1932, 1949-1958, personal writings, and other memorabilia.
Correspondence, reporter's notebooks, column clippings, photographs, transcripts of news programs, and miscellaneous items relating to columns, retirement card, certificate of appreciation, 1952-1975.
The collection consists of nine boxes, including DAC Year Books from 1949-1967 (with some missing years), general newspaper clippings from the Minneapolis Times and Minneapolis Tribune from 1924-1956, and twelve scrapbooks from 1922-1961.
One box. The collection consists of family records and papers, school notebooks and yearbooks, World War I memorabilia, postcards, photographs, and newspaper clippings.
Fact sheets, brochures, building information, newspaper clippings, correspondence and other administrative records documenting the history and operations of Dayton Library in Dayton, Minnesota, from 1961 to 1993. Dayton Library was part of the Hennepin County Library.
The material covers primarily the years 1939-1945 and appears to be from the office of O.A. Pearson, Supt., Division of Public Relief, Minneapolis.
43 glass-plate negatives of various sizes and 40 acetate negative reproductions showing Minneapolis scenes from 1878 to 1888.
- Hennepin County Library Institutional Archive Collections 79
- Libraries -- Minnesota -- Hennepin County 78
- Public libraries -- Minnesota -- Hennepin County 78
- Women -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis -- Societies and clubs. 74
- Clubs -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis. 70
- Branch libraries -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis 30
- Photographs. 22
- Minnesota World War II Collections 19
- Minneapolis Neighborhood Organization Collections 17
- City planning -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis. 16
- Community development -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis. 14
- Music -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis 13
- Community organization -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis. 12
- Minneapolis (Minn.) -- History 12
- Parks -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis 12
- Citizens’ associations -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis. 10
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Correspondence. 10
- Minneapolis (Minn.) -- Buildings, structures, etc. 9
- Musicians -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis. 9
- Women in charitable work -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis 9 + ∧ less
- German 1
- Norwegian 1
- Swedish 1
- Hennepin County Library 73
- Minneapolis Public Library 38
- Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board 8
- Minneapolis Public Schools 5
- Minneapolis Aquatennial (Minneapolis, Minn.) 4
- Neighborhood Revitalization Program (Minneapolis, Minn.) 4
- Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.) 4
- Tourist Club (Minneapolis, Minn.) 4
- West High School (Minneapolis, Minn.) 4
- Countryman, Gratia A. (Gratia Alta) 3
- Minneapolis (Minn.). City Planning Department 3
- Minneapolis College of Art and Design 3
- Minneapolis Morning Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn. : 1909) 3
- Minneapolis Public Library -- Employees 3
- Monday Club (Minneapolis, Minn.) 3
- University of Minnesota 3
- Wells, Martha C. 3
- Abbott, Howard S. (Howard Strickland) 2
- Alternates (Minneapolis, Minn.) 2
- Argosy Club (Minneapolis, Minn.) 2 + ∧ less