Minneapolis (Minn.) -- History
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
The Albert C. Loring Collection consists of one box of materials. This box contains newspaper clippings, two photographs, and a journal from Loring's time at prep school. It also includes some brief items about his third wife, Mary Shenehon.
The Hubert H. and Muriel Humphrey Collection consists of three boxes containing speeches, campaign materials, and newspaper clippings.
The collection consists of handwritten letters written by Stevens to members of his family, transcriptions of those letters, a transcribed speech delivered by Stevens to the Minneapolis Lyceum about the early history of Hennepin County, and clippings containing biographical information.
The collection consists of two boxes containing various clippings, correspondence, memorabilia and ephemera related to Mitchell's family and personal life, his advertising agency and the Minneapolis Advertising Club, and his work with the Boy Scouts of America. The collection also includes photographs of Minneapolis and Southern Minnesota taken during the late 19th and early 20th century.
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.
Collection includes personal correspondence relating to Chapman’s 1935 Minneapolis Tribune newspaper article series, "The First Fifty Years of Music in Minneapolis," and bound final copies of her six-part newspaper series.
Collection consists of two boxes of Ms. Thompson's column, "Minnesota Memories," that was published in the Minneapolis Tribune from 1945-1950. The columns are organized in chronological order in one box and partially indexed. The second box contains a scrapbook of the column.