Lawyers -- Minnesota -- Biography.
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
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.
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.
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."
Correspondence compiled by Howard S. Abbott. Most letters are incoming correspondence addressed to Howard S. Abbott, William Lochren, Oliver Mink, or J.D. Springer from 1864 to 1942. All men are connected to Abbott, often through his relationship with the railroads. The bulk of the documents are routine correspondence without obvious topics. The William Lochren series contains many letters addressed to Lochren as Commissioner of Pensions (1893-1896).
Dated January, 1927. 7p.
Six boxes of scrapbooks. Scrapbooks are of the 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, and some 1960s. Herou was an exceptional athlete particularly in speed skating and golf. She also participated in swimming and Diamondball (softball). The scrapbooks are clippings from the local newspapers covering her teams and her as an individual and athlete. Box 7 contains correspondence, biographical information, and awards and certificates.