Directory of all Virginia business establishments, their managers, locations, number of employees, and products; local organizations and their officers; local churches, their locations and clergy; a brief history of Virginia plus information about Virginia schools, hospital, municipal parks and golf course, library, utility department; tourist registration; and service record of World War II GI's.
Program for the Upper Midwest Regional Library Conference, which took place at Hotel Nicollet in Minneapolis, Minnesota on October 3rd-7th, 1947. States participating included Iowa, Minnesota, North and South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Governor Luther W. Youngdahl provided the welcome. General session topics included: forgotten children's books, inter-cultural relations through the library, library service for children and young people, library service in Australia, state aid to libraries, a panel on salaries, a panel on library issues in each state, and upper midwest books.
Program for the Upper Midwest Regional Library Conference held on October 3-7, 1947 at the Hotel Nicollet in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The conference gathered library professionals from Iowa, Minnesota, North and South Dakota and Wisconsin. General session topics included audio visual materials as resources in public libraries, "American Foreign Policy as Seen From Washington" presented by Eric Sevareid, "Inter-Cultural Relations Through the Library," library services in Australia, salaries for library employees, challenges for libraries in the Upper Midwest states, and Upper Midwest books.
Department of Conservation, Division of Fish and Game, State of Minnesota
Pamphlet containing 1947 fishing laws and regulations for the state of Minnesota. Summarizes laws concerning game fish, angling licenses, fish limits, the sale of fish, fish houses and spearing fish. Includes a detailed schedule of open and close dates for the fishing season with special limits and dates for boundary waters between Wisconsin and Minnesota.
A bulletin describing the course of study at Rochester Junior College for 1946-1947. Rochester Junior College changed its name and scope of discipline several times: University Department of Sourthern University (1915), Rochester Junior College (1917), Rochester Vocational Institute (1969), Rochester Community College (1973), and Rochester Community and Technical College (1996).
This is correspondence from Erwin Oreck and Alec Ruttger, from Ruttger's Bay Lake Lodge. Ruttger is writing in response to a letter Oreck previously sent about the use of the word ""restricted"" on the folder of brochure matterial for the lodge that is given out. Ruttger assures Oreck that ""restricted"" was not meant to only restrict Jewish folk, or based on religion. Oreck then says he is glad the term will be changed, but hopes not to ""selected"".
University of Minnesota Libraries, Nathan and Theresa Berman Upper Midwest Jewish Archives
A bulletin for Rochester Junior College Opthalmic Optic's program that includes an overview of the program,history of optical glass making, faculty listing, admission requirements, courses and descriptions offered in 1947.