Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of prints, acetate negatives, and glass-plate negatives of photographs taken by Arnold D. Roth in Minneapolis during the late 1800s and early 1900s. Principal subjects include downtown street scenes and businesses, houses, and Minnehaha Falls.
The collection consists of 200 color 35mm slide transparencies featuring Barbara Martinsen's family and friends in the 1950s-1970s. Many images feature children, especially Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. Barbara Martinsen grew up at 4037 Columbus Ave. S in Minneapolis, part of the Bryant neighborhood. She graduated from Central High School in 1969.
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, insignia, newspaper clippings, and assorted records.
43 glass-plate negatives of various sizes and 40 acetate negative reproductions showing Minneapolis scenes from 1878 to 1888.
35mm color slides, card index, and digital photo scans of Hoover family photos from the 1950s to 1970s. Topics include holidays, family gatherings, and daily life. Slides are arranged by original magazine number. Card index corresponds to original magazine number and lists each photo. Photos have been scanned and are best accessed electronically.
16 glass-plate negatives and acetate negative reproductions showing Grand Army of the Republic national encampments in Minneapolis and Philadelphia in either 1896 or 1906.
Print photographs, negatives, and slides of Minneapolis Public Library and Hennepin County Library locations, staff, and events. Most photos were taken by library staff. Slides are arranged by topic. Prints and negatives are individually numbered and an item-level inventory is available by contacting Special Collections.
Images taken or compiled by the Minneapolis Star and Tribune in the 1950s-1960s. Includes photos of Star Tribune buildings (staff, machinery, and interiors) and images of Carl Rowan taken by John Loengard (probably for Life magazine). Slides were recovered from a dumpster at the Star Tribune shortly before the closure of the 425 Portland Ave. building.
Color print photographs and 35mm slides of Twin Cities locations, businesses, and people from the 1970s to 1990s. Many photos were taken for corporate clients and include scenes from the health care, higher education, and social service industries.
The collection includes over 200 black-and-white photographs taken by John H. Kammerdiener of buildings and locations in Minneapolis and the Twin Cities. The bulk of the photographs are building exteriors. Original photographs consist of print photographs and sheet negatives on safety film. The best point of access to the photographs is the Hennepin County Library Digital Collections, where photos are identified by subject, date, and location.
The collection consists of two processed boxes of photographs, one box of biographical information and newspaper clippings, and a variety of unprocessed materials. Unprocessed materials include publications, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and other materials created or compiled by Zalusky and his daughter, Ruth Thorstenson.
The collection contains photographs taken by Keith Smith at the 1991 and 2005 Gay Pride parades and celebrations. The 1991 photos include Amon Peterson, Smith's partner, recipient of the Dick Hanson Memorial Award from Equal Time and Lavender, Inc. The award recognized Smith's work in AIDS education.
Over 160 photographs from 1974 of buildings and street scenes in the Dinkytown, Cedar-Riverside, and University neighborhoods. Produced as a work for hire for the Minneapolis Public Library.
Photographs of buildings and scenes around Minneapolis from the early 20th century. Photos were taken or compiled by the Minneapolis Civic and Commerce Association.
Print photographs, negatives, and lantern slides of Minneapolis churches, buildings, parks, and other local scenes. Most photos were taken in the 1930s by WPA-funded library staff. Some photos are reproductions made by library staff from older photos, including the photos of Minneapolis parks. Many lantern slides are from an earlier era, but were colorized by WPA staff.
Scrapbook created by Barbara Priglmeier while she was a student at Nokomis Junior High School in the 1940s. The collection contains six loose scrapbook pages containing photos of students. Most images are professional school photos, but there are also several snapshots. Students represent 1944-1948 classes of 9th grade graduates.
Slide presentation on the Northwestern National Bank fire entitled "How to Survive a Disaster." Collection includes 47 35mm color slides, 1 audio cassette tape, and a presentation script. Materials copyrighted by Minnesota Insurance Information Center and used by Lee M. Cooper, Fire Training Specialist at Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College.
The collection consists of color slide transparencies of Minneapolis scenes, especially buildings and downtown land use, taken by Minneapolis City Planning Department employee Robert Moffitt from the 1960s to 1990s. Most images are unlabelled.