Minneapolis (Minn.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.
Found in 12 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 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.
The collection consists of color 35mm slide transparencies of tornado damage from a 1981 Minneapolis tornado and a 1979 Minnetonka tornado, as well as views of Burton Park in Minnetonka, downtown Minneapolis buildings, and Memorial Stadium. All images are available in the Hennepin County Library Digital Collections.
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.
Over 1,800 postcards featuring various Minneapolis and Hennepin County attractions such as parks, hotels, museums, churches, restaurants, and more.
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.
Collection consists of newspaper clippings concerning The Woman’s Club of Minneapolis, the club’s yearbooks spanning 1907-2001, miscellaneous brochures and programs produced by the club, and extensive papers regarding the restoration of the Ard Godfrey House.