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  • Subject is exactly "Minnesota"

Newsletters, news releases, clippings and speeches by a Minneapolis mayor, a United States Senator from Minnesota, and Vice-President of the United States. Humphrey was a member of the Democratic-Farm Labor Party. His mother was born in…

Articles, citations, and an autobiography (30 typescript pages) of a Minnesota-born (Hendrum, Norman Co.) physicist, teacher, research consultant, inventor, and author Includes: "The Thermoelectric Behavior of Heusler Alloys in a Magnetic Field," By…

Biography of Clara Ueland by her daughter, Brenda, covers the years 1830 to 1927; includes letters by members of her family; and discusses such topics as war, woman suffrage, child discipline, League of Women Voters, religion, education, politics,…

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Photostatic copies of letters by the Norwegian author to Mrs. Mabel Johnson Leland (1872-1947), Kenyon, Minnesota, the wife of Dr. Ragnvald Leland and the translator of Garborg's "Den burtkomne faderen," published in 1920 as "The Lost Father." The…

A photograph and clippings of articles which appeared in Decorah-Posten dealing with life in the Red River Valley. Foss, journalist and author, emigrated in 1887.Contents:"Husmandsguten" published in "Ved Arnen" (1953 in 1877). Transferred from P.A.…

Correspondence of a Norwegian-born Dane County, Wisconsin, farmer. The letters (1876-1884) were written from Winona, Minnesota; East Grand Forks, Minnesota; Canton, South Dakota; and Auburndale, Wisconsin.Contents:Correspondence Vaccination…

Correspondence and reports concerning membership, dues, dinner meetings, recordings of folksongs, and publication of a Midwest folklore journal. The foundation, organized in about 1944, flourished for a decade.

Reminiscences from the Pioneer Days in Goodhue County, Minnesota, containing names of early settlers and anecdotes concerning methods of acquiring land, establishment of churches and schools, fear of American Indians, and general community…

Letters received by Fladager at Spring Grove, Minnesota, from his brother, Ole H. in Christiania and Rome, from an unidentified correspondent at Blue Mounds, Wisconsin, and from a son, Henry. Ole H. was a sculptor. Also, photocopy of letter written…

Eleven pages of handwritten recollections by a Norwegian-born pioneer housewife at Bear River, Minnesota, of her passage to America and of early pioneer days. Deals largely with religious life, transportation, and communication. Also, a 5-page…
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