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  • Subject is exactly "Rølvaag, O. E. (Ole Edvart), 1876-1931"

Papers of a teacher of Norwegian at St. Olaf College: a Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson letter and a scrapbook of clippings dealing largely with Bjørnson and the centenary of his birth; a scrapbook on O. E. Rølvaag and other writers (1931-1956); and a…

Finding aid to the Malcolm Rosholt papers, 1902-1990
Miscellaneous articles, clippings, photographs, correspondence, manuscripts, family history material of a former foreign correspondent (Asia) and freelance writer, in recent years best known as an expert on the local history of central Wisconsin,…

An undated letter by Kristen Kvamme, Lutheran clergyman at Ossian, Iowa, to Ole E. Rølvaag, containing a sketch of Skougaard of New York City, concert soloist, voice teacher, and friend of Alfred Corning Clark, who published a Skougaard biography in…

Scrapbook of a Rushford, Minnesota teacher and homemaker, contains letters by Knut Gjerset, Kristian Prestgard, J.B. Wist, and O.E. Rølvaag clippings pertaining to them and Adolph Gunderson, Ragnvold Nestos, Henrik Shipstead, Dikke Reque, and the…

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…

Clippings (1912-52) and programs (1912-42) concerning a society founded in May 1911 "to advance the study and teaching of the languages, literature and culture of the Scandinavian North" in the U.S. also included is a clipping (1911) about the…

Finding aid to the Ella V. Valborg Rolvaag Tweet papers, 1924-1948
Papers of O.E. Rolvaag's daughter. In 1944 she taught in the Foreign Area & Language Study program at the University of Minnesota, and class cards for her students (and many letters from them) are included.

Finding aid to the Clarence A. Clausen papers, circa 1924-circa 1975
Articles and a genealogical chart concerning Clausen himself and his ancestry in Drangedal, Telemark. Clausen, a professor of history, wrote, translated, and edited extensively for NAHA.

Finding aid to the Esther Gulbrandson papers, 1887-1991
Miscellaneous papers of a teacher of Norwegian at St. Olaf College who was active in promoting Norwegian studies and interest. The bulk of her papers are in the St. Olaf College Archives. The papers here consist of a family history; diaries; the WCAL…
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