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  • Subject is exactly "Ager, Waldemar, 1869-1941"

Finding aid to the Ole E. Rølvaag papers, 1896-2020
Biography/History: Ole Edvart Rølvaag was born in a fishing village on Dønna, Norway, on April 22, 1876. He immigrated to the United States in 1896 and worked as a farmhand in South Dakota from 1896–98. After graduating from Augustana Academy in…

Correspondence and other materials collected by a retired Norwegian-American Episcopal priest in connection with his interest in Waldemar Ager, an interest which eventually led to his receiving a Masters of Arts degree at the University of Minnesota…

Research material and working copies for Della Catuna's translation of "Colonel Heg and His Boys" by Waldemar Ager. Her translation of the Ager book was used, together with a translation by Clarence A. Clausen, for "Colonel Heg and His Boys," which…

Finding aid to the Waldemar Theodore Ager papers, 1874-1943
Papers of a Norwegian-born journalist, author, and lecturer: clippings, articles, correspondence, manuscripts of books, poems, programs, records, sketches, and stories dealing with subjects such as Norwegian culture and heritage, Americanism,…

Finding aid to the Temperance Movement papers, 1841-1962
Articles, reports, songs, stories, and pamphlets concerning the temperance movement among Norwegian Americans. There are reports from organizations in Alberta, Canada, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin, and articles by Waldemar…

Finding aid to the Norse-American Centennial papers, 1923-1927
Biography/History:The centennial of organized Norwegian migration provided an opportunity for Norwegian-Americans to celebrate their heritage and, more importantly, to demonstrate their American-ness. The celebrations, held in many North American…
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