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Homeless persons -- Services for -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Carl Warmington Papers

Identifier: M/A 0062
Description of Contents

Collection consists of biographical reminiscences, letters, family photos, and photos taken in 1930s of Anchor hotel, Men’s Bureau, Union City Mission, and Gateway District. Written materials include manuscript memoirs by Warmington.

Dates: 1924 - 1992

“Homeless Men in Minneapolis During the Depression” an oral history transcription of an interview with Carl Warmington by Lillian Burns--2 copies, October 10, 1989

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 11
Education From the Series: Warmington attended Clinton Grade School, and played trumpet in the Minneapolis Workingboy’s Band. Upon graduating from Central High School in 1924 (having entered high school at age 12), he played trumpet with the stage band known as the Juvenile Follies around the Midwest. On his 16th birthday, Warmington started at the Univesity of Minnesota. There, he studied traffic management, and began playing the trombone as the University Band had too many trumpet players. Warmington was ...
Dates: October 10, 1989

Simpson Housing Services Records

Identifier: M/A 0400
Description of Contents The records include print photographs, promotional video footage, board of directors’ material, committee memos and minutes, administrative and financial documents, event and meeting files, correspondence, pamphlets and other promotional material, and publications created or compiled by Simpson Housing Services (SHS) between their inception in 1982 to 2016.The records include named subject files and three series, the largest being the Media series, which contains a large...
Dates: 1982 - 2016