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    • Minnesota Powerline Oral History Project: Interview with Nancy C. Barsness

    • 1979-02-20
    • BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Barsness was a farmer from Cyrus, Pope County. She freelanced as a reporter on the powerline controversy for KMRS Radio and several newspapers in Pope County. SUBJECTS DISCUSSED: Getting involved in the powerline...
    • Minnesota Historical Society
    • Minnesota Powerline Oral History Project: Interview with Deborah Pick

    • 1979-02-13
    • BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Pick was a native of Wisconsin. She moved to Minneapolis in 1975 to attend school and work. While attending school on and off, she taught in special programs for emotionally disturbed children, worked in the theater, and...
    • Minnesota Historical Society
    • Minnesota Powerline Oral History Project: Interview with Wendell Bradley

    • 1978-03-19
    • BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Bradley was a professor of physics at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota. He was involved in Coalition of Rural Environmental Groups. SUBJECTS DISCUSSED: Background; involvement with Coalition of Rural...
    • Minnesota Historical Society
    • Minnesota Powerline Oral History Project: Interview with Nancy C. Barsness

    • 1979-02-20
    • BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Barsness was a farmer from Cyrus, Pope County. She freelanced as a reporter on the powerline controversy for KMRS Radio and several newspapers in Pope County. SUBJECTS DISCUSSED: Getting involved in the powerline...
    • Minnesota Historical Society
    • Minnesota Powerline Oral History Project: Interview with John R. Stone

    • 1979-02-21
    • BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Stone was the editor of the Pope County Tribune. SUBJECTS DISCUSSED: Background. Pope County Tribune. Coverage of the powerline controversy. Getting information on issues from the cooperatives and the utilities. Effect of...
    • Minnesota Historical Society
    • Minnesota Powerline Oral History Project: Interview with George W. Crocker

    • 1979-02-21
    • BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Crocker was from Minneapolis and graduated from Stillwater High School. He attended the University of Minnesota for several years when he became involved in the anti-war movement. He worked as a draft counselor and...
    • Minnesota Historical Society
    • The Library Beacon April - June, 1934

    • 1934-04 - 1934 - 06
    • Page 1. "For Summer Readers, A Pleasant Place To Read Or Study," Study goes on in the Reference Room, students find it a cool place to work. When the weather is hot the air is "washed" and cooled before being driven by fans through the entire...
    • Saint Paul Public Library
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume XIV, Number 2, Winter 1960

    • 1960
    • The Winter 1960 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included articles on the risk that carbon dioxide emissions may cause climate change and on geology of the Twin Cities, and a report on activity of the American...
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume VI, Number 2, March-May 1949

    • 1949
    • The March/May 1949 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included society news, a memorial to Junior F. Hayden, a story on geology of Whitewater State Park, and an outline of twice-monthly field trips for summer 1949.
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Minnesota Geologist, Volume IV, Number 1, January 15th, 1947

    • 1947-01-15
    • The January 1947 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included society notices including reference to a Black Hills field trip, a story on nuclear power, and a classification of mineral deposits.
    • Geological Society of Minnesota
    • The Library Beacon September, 1930

    • 1930-09
    • Page 1."The Circulation Room," A black and white photograph of a very busy room frozen in time. This was where library cards were issued, books checked out and returned. The card catalog was in this room as were open book shelves. A reference desk...
    • Saint Paul Public Library
    • The Library Beacon October, 1931

    • 1931-10
    • Page 1. "Mrs. Jennie T. Jennings, Librarian," The black and white photograph is that of Mrs. J.T. Jennings, Director of the Library. It was Mrs. Jennings who brought the library through the darkest period of the Great Depression. Page 2. "The New...
    • Saint Paul Public Library
    • The Library Beacon October, 1929

    • 1929-10
    • Page 1. "Hale Memorial Merriam Park Branch," A sketch and description of the library are presented on the first page. Similar in size to the Hamline library it would be different in design. The library would have a collection of about 23,000...
    • Saint Paul Public Library
    • The Library Beacon  March, 1931

    • 1931-03
    • Page 1."Behind The Scenes In The Public Library," A glimpse of the work behind the scenes of the public library. Page 2. "St. Paul Reads More Books," Statistics showed that circulation of materials was at an increase in 1930. Projected budget for...
    • Saint Paul Public Library
    • The Library Beacon June, 1932

    • 1932-06
    • Page 1. A black and white photograph of the Third Street Entrance And Court is shown. The street is now known as Kellogg Boulevard. "Summer Reading," The hours were shortened by budget reductions. One could have a Vacation card and keep a book for...
    • Saint Paul Public Library
    • The Library Beacon July - December, 1933

    • 1933-07 - 1933-12
    • Page 1. "Our Aim: Books For Every Child In Saint Paul Schools," A black and white photograph shows the School Division hard at work. The area shown in the photograph is now part of the Children's Room. "Selecting Books For Classroom Libraries,"...
    • Saint Paul Public Library
    • The Library Beacon January - March, 1934

    • 1934-01 - 1934-03
    • Page 1. "General Reference Room," The black and white photograph clearly shows how busy this and the Reading Room were. In 1933 both rooms recorded a total of 242,083 people. Many sought to enhance the job skills. Page 2."The Public Library In...
    • Saint Paul Public Library
    • The Library Beacon  February, 1930

    • 1930-02
    • Page 1. "How The Library Helps The School," The article was written by Edith M. Ouellette, Librarian, Washington High School. She described the necessity of supplementing curriculum with materials from the public library. Page 2. "A Big Day,"...
    • Saint Paul Public Library
    • The Library Beacon December, 1932

    • 1932-12
    • Page 1. "Arlington Branch Library," A photograph of the Arlington Branch Library is on the cover of the Beacon. Arlington celebrated dual anniversaries; the fifteenth year of its opening and the fiftieth of the Saint Paul Public Library. Page 2. "...
    • Saint Paul Public Library
    • The Library Beacon December, 1930

    • 1930-12
    • Page 1. "Hale Memorial Merriam Park Branch," A black and white photograph shows the new Merriam Park Branch on Marshall Avenue, formally opened on November 20, 1930. Page 2. "Don't Be Bashful!" The spirit of service should be first for every...
    • Saint Paul Public Library
    • The Library Beacon April. 1932

    • 1932-04
    • Page 1. A black and white photograph of the St. Anthony Park Branch Library is on the cover. One of three Carnegie Branch Libraries, it experienced an increase in library card holders, book circulation and volume of materials added to the...
    • Saint Paul Public Library
    • The Library Beacon April, 1931

    • 1931-04
    • Page 1. "A Day's Circulation At The Central Library," A black and white photograph shows the returned material waiting to processed and shelved. "Library Events In 1930." Two new branches opened. Book Gift Drive brought in more than 20,000 books...
    • Saint Paul Public Library
    • Standard Atlas of Nobles County Minnesota, 1914

    • 1914
    • Hardcover book containing maps of the villages, cities and townships of Nobles County; map of Minnesota, United States and World; Patrons Directory; Illustrations of local people and places; Reference Business Directory; and Analysis of the System...
    • Nobles County Historical Society
    • Standard Atlas of Mower County, Minnesota of 1896

    • 1896
    • Standard Atlas of Mower County, Minnesota, 1896. George A. Ogle and Company, Publishers and Engravers, created this book, including a plat book of the villages, cities and townships of the county, a map of the State of Minnesota, a map of the...
    • Mower County Historical Society
    • Standard Atlas (Plat Book)  Crow Wing County, Minnesota 1913

    • 1913
    • A plat book of the villages, cities and townships of the county. Map of the state, Unites States and world. Patrons directory, reference business directory and departments devoted to general information. Analysis of the system of U.S. Land Surveys,...
    • Crow Wing County Historical Society
    • Skillings' Mining and Market Letter, Volume II,  Number 19, Supplement

    • 1913-10-04
    • This issue of Skillings' Mining and Market Letter features mining operations on Minnesota's Cuyuna Iron Range near Brainerd and Crosby, the latter including a bird's eye view of the village. This international mining trade publication began as a...
    • Iron Range Research Center
    • The Illustrated History of Kandiyohi County, Minnesota

    • 1905
    • This is the first published history book of Kandiyohi County. This history describes the many aspects of the County's history including: early settlements, Native Americans, U.S. Dakota Conflict of 1862, politics, Monongalia County history, State...
    • Kandiyohi County Historical Society
    • Rochester Daily Post carrier boys, Rochester, Minnesota

    • 1896
    • A group of six boys are posed with newspaper carrier bags and newspapers (Rochester Daily Post); left to right: Clarence Sisson, Harry Gilman, Irwin Churchill, Edward Britzius, Arthur Bogart, Eddie Enquest (Enquist)
    • Olmsted County Historical Society
    • Return desk at Southdale Library, Edina, Minnesota

    • 1973-08
    • At the Hennepin County Library's Southdale branch, three customers are assisted by two library employees at a counter labeled "returns" and "library cards."
    • Hennepin County Department of Public Affairs
    • Prindle House Yellow Bedroom, Duluth, Minnesota

    • 1975?
    • The second floor yellow bedroom is divided into a sitting and sleeping area. This was the guest bedroom. Bradstreet selected his favorite "dull yellow" with white furniture and woodwork for it. He created an elegant design of flower palmettes...
    • University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Center Collections
    • Prindle House Stairway, Duluth, Minnesota

    • 1975?
    • Stairway from foyer to second floor. Interior windows for air circulation. In 1904, William Martin Prindle (1861-1944) and Mina Merrill Prindle (1864-1963) chose William Hunt of the firm Palmer, Hall, and Hunt, as the architect of their new...
    • University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Center Collections
    • Minnesota Dairyman, Volume III, Number 10, December 1908

    • 1908-12-01
    • Minnesota Dairyman, Vol. III, No. 10, December 1908. Cover features a photograph of cattle grazing in a field, unlabeled. Cover story: The National Dairy Show: Getting Better and Better - It's [sic] Influence Will Soon Be Felt.
    • Northfield Historical Society
    • The Normalia, 1898-01

    • 1898-01
    • Publication containing journal articles written by St. Cloud State faculty and students, covering a wide variety of topics mostly related to public education, as well as containing about alumni, students, faculty, and campus events related to St....
    • St. Cloud State University Archives
    • The Jaysee Echo (Rochester, Minnesota), Volume 29, Number 5

    • 1961-11-22
    • The Jaysee Echo is a bi-weekly newspaper published by the students of Rochester Junior College. It includes summaries of school activities (sports, clubs, classes, etc), articles on a variety of subjects, social events, and other topics of interest...
    • Rochester Community and Technical College
    • Vets Call, November 1938

    • 1938-11
    • Newsletter of a Civilian Conservation Corps camp at Fort Ridgely State Park, Fairfax, Minnesota.
    • Minnesota Historical Society
    • Skillings' Mining Review, Volume X, Number 18

    • 1921-09-17
    • Skillings' Mining and Market Letter is an international mining trade publication. It began as a weekly publication in Duluth, Minnesota, in 1912. It changed its name to Skillings' Mining Review in July 1916 (dropping the apostrophe in 1993). ...
    • Iron Range Research Center
    • Schubert Theatre Program, October 9, 1910

    • 1910-10-09
    • Schubert Theatre program listing events the week of October 9, 1910: "A Matinee Idol" a song comedy by De Wolf Hopper with Louise Dresser, and "The World and His Wife" by Charles Frederic Nirdlinger; musical program: prelude "World and His Wife" by...
    • Hennepin County Library, James K. Hosmer Special Collections Library
    • The Normalia, 1897-10

    • 1897-10
    • Publication containing journal articles written by St. Cloud State faculty and students, covering a wide variety of topics mostly related to public education, as well as containing about alumni, students, faculty, and campus events related to St....
    • St. Cloud State University Archives
    • Skillings' Mining Review, Volume IX, Number 6

    • 1920-06-26
    • Skillings' Mining and Market Letter is an international mining trade publication. It began as a weekly publication in Duluth, Minnesota, in 1912. It changed its name to Skillings' Mining Review in July 1916 (dropping the apostrophe in 1993). ...
    • Iron Range Research Center
    • Skillings' Mining Review, Volume X, Number 4

    • 1921-06-11
    • Skillings' Mining and Market Letter is an international mining trade publication. It began as a weekly publication in Duluth, Minnesota, in 1912. It changed its name to Skillings' Mining Review in July 1916 (dropping the apostrophe in 1993). ...
    • Iron Range Research Center
    • Vets Voice, October 17, 1941

    • 1941-10-17
    • Newsletter of a Civilian Conservation Corps camp at Bayport, Minnesota.
    • Minnesota Historical Society

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