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D. W. Onan & Sons, Inc.: An Inventory of Its Photograph Collection sv000008
Collection includes interior and exterior views of the D. W. Onan Company. Interior views include product production and completed products. Several views feature employees at work. Exterior views include the building as well as Onan products in use.
Dakota Conflict of 1862 Manuscripts Collections: An Inventory of Collections 01166
Letter, September 4, 1862Small collections of letters, reminiscences, reports, diaries, and similar materials dealing with the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 and related activities of 1862-1865 in Minnesota and Dakota Territory.

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Dakota County: An Inventory of Its Published Records and Reports gr00997
Annual, financial, planning, and miscellaneous reports and other issuances of various county offices and agencies, and of some municipalities within the county.
Dakota County, Minnesota: An Inventory of Telephone Directories lb00100
A collection of telephone directories for cities in Dakota County, Minnesota. Telephone directories are published by telephone companies and include alphabetical listings of residential and business phone numbers and street addresses in the white pages, and a listing of businesses arranged by subject in the yellow pages. Each entry on the inventory lists the city name, year of coverage, and the shelf number of the printed volume or microfiche set which includes that city.
Dakota County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Bond and Oath Records gr02446
Bonds and oaths mainly for county officials.
Dakota County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Business Name Records gr02448
Business name registers (2 volumes, undated but covering the period 1911-1978); and business name certificates numbers 1322-1706 (1974-1978). Each register entry includes owner's name, business name, and certificate number.
Dakota County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Civil and Criminal Case Files gr02444
Files numbered 1-24969.
Dakota County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Coroner's Records gr02296
Register and record of coroner's inquests (1887-1955, 8 volumes); coroner's certificates (1955-1976); and an index to certificates nos. 1-approximately 1100, 1 volume).
Dakota County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Default Judgment Books gr02621
Default judgment books of the Dakota County District Court.
Dakota County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Indictment on Information Records gr02622
Cover primarily criminal cases.
Dakota County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Judgment Books gr02623
Judgment books of the Dakota County District Court.
Dakota County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Judgment Dockets gr02625
Volumes 7-8, 13-15.
Dakota County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Land Registration and Decree Record gr02631
Land registration and decree record of the Dakota County District Court.
Dakota County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Minutes gr02632
Minutes of the Dakota County District Court.
Dakota County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Naturalization Records and Index gr02633
Personal name index, declarations of intention, final papers, petitions, and related records.
Dakota County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Real Estate Tax Judgment Books gr02634
Tax judgment books for 1874-1878, 1894-1895, and tax years 1944-1948.
Dakota County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Registers of Actions gr02445
Cover case numbers 586 through 39926.
Dakota County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Registration and Certificate Records gr02447
Certification records covering physicians (1883-1974), dentists (1888-1939), optometrists (1901-[1976]), veterinarians (1927-1962), chiropractors (1919-1983), basic sciences (1927-1974), massage (1927), and osteopaths (1917-1955). Also physician suspension notices for 1940-1944.
Dakota County: Eagan Township: An Inventory of Its Birth and Death Records gr01239
Dakota County: Eagan Township: An Inventory of Its Records gr01800
Town meeting minutes (1860-1929) and voter lists; financial records; road tax lists, orders, overseers' reports, and related files; a few real estate and personal property assessment rolls; chattel mortgage record (1860-1895); wolf bounties (1889-1918); and scattered election returns (1860-1910).
Dakota County: Farmington: An Inventory of Its Ordinances gr02624
Includes handwritten copies, and clippings from local newspapers. The volume was also used from time to time for other miscellaneous records: constitution, bylaws, minutes, and a membership list of the Grant and Wilson Club (Republican) of Polk Township, Nodaway County, Missouri (July-Sept. 1872); articles of incorporation and bylaws of the Farmington Mill Co. (March 6, 1874, printed notice); ordinance no. 4 (1905) of the Village of Randolph; and miscellaneous entries that appear to constitute an evaluation of the credit-worthiness of certain individuals and firms (otherwise unidentified and somewhat illegible).
Dakota County: Hastings: Justice of the Peace: An Inventory of Its Dockets gr02159
Docket books for city of Hastings justices of the peace, and for the city police justice, who seems to have functioned in the same capacity as the justice of the peace.
Dakota County: Independent School District No. 196, Rosemount: An Inventory of Its Records gr01475
Serial reports and newsletters, brochures, and miscellaneous reports.
Dakota County: Independent School District No. 197, West St. Paul: An Inventory of Its Records isd197
Records documenting the administration, finances, students, teachers, and reports and plans of the district.
Dakota County: Inver Grove: An Inventory of Its Records inverg03
A variety of records documenting the history and governance of the village of Inver Grove in Dakota County.
Dakota County: Inver Grove Township: An Inventory of Its Birth and Death Records gr01240
Birth and death registers (1871-1907), birth (1908-1951) and death (1908-1953) certificate records, and burial or removal permits (1908-1951).
Dakota County: Inver Grove Township: An Inventory of Its Records gr02302
Clerk's books/town record books (1858-1917, 1919-1965), audit board annual reports (1921, 1923), and treasurer's annual statements (1918, 1921).
Dakota County: Lakeville: An Inventory of Its Birth and Death Records gr01241
Birth (1912-1949) and death (1908-1953) certificate records, and burial/removal permits (1907).
Dakota County: Lilydale: An Inventory of Its Records gr02449
City council meeting materials (1976-1979), financial records (1965-1988, incomplete), resolutions (1964-1972, incomplete), comprehensive plan (1980), and city newsletter (1992-2000).
Dakota County: Mendota: Justice of the Peace: An Inventory of Its Dockets gr01242
Dakota County: Paideia Academy: An Inventory of Its Records gr01463
School board minutes and agenda packets, annual and audit reports, by-laws, handbooks, guides, newsletters, policies and procedures, subject files, photograph albums, scrapbooks, and other records of an Apple Valley charter school.

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Dakota County: Probate Court: An Inventory of Its Case Files Regarding the LeDuc Family gr02450
Probate case files, eight estate and one guardianship, relating to various members of the William Gates LeDuc family.
Dakota County: Probate Court: An Inventory of Its Minutes gr02451
A record of actions taken with regard to each case brought before each day's session of the court; and handwritten copies of various probate orders and judgments.
Dakota County: Probate Court: An Inventory of Its Will Books gr02452
Copies or transcriptions of the complete texts of wills probated by the courts, accompanied by certifications of authenticity and of filing signed by witnesses and clerks of court. Original wills are found in the probate case files.
Dakota County: Ravenna Township: An Inventory of Its Records gr02376
Town record books, containing minutes and treasurer's records (1859-1955); a treasurer's book (1884-1909); and poll lists and election summaries (1938-1956). Minutes for 1859-August 1860 are for the city of Hastings, from which Ravenna Township separated in June, 1860.
Dakota County: School District No. 71, Waterford Township: An Inventory of Its Records gr00831
Clerk's books (1915-1940), treasurer's book (1924-1931), classification registers (1919-1944), attendance registers (1925-1932, 1939-1942), librarian's record (1919-1924), pupil records (1931-1941), census (1927-1952, incomplete), and textbook records (1924-1934).
Dakota County: School District No. 72, Waterford Township: An Inventory of Its Records gr00832
Clerk's books (1867-1944), classification registers (1913-1920), treasurer's book (1911-1918), attendance registers (1895-1907, 1911-1915), and textbook record (1914-1920).
Dakota County: School District No. 74, Greenvale Township: An Inventory of Its Records gr00833
Clerk's books (1911-1946), treasurer's book (1936-1943), classification registers (1914-1951), attendance registers (1914-1933), textbook records (1913-1926), library record (1914-1919), pupil record (1921-1933), and school census (19331950, incomplete).
Dakota County: School District No. 76, Greenvale Township: An Inventory of Its Records gr00834
Clerk's books (1927-1953), treasurer's book (1937-1953), classification registers (1931-1943), attendance registers (1936-1948, 1950-1951), textbook record (1925-1944), library record (1913-1943), pupil record (1929-1945), school census (1942), and school district boundary map.
Dakota County: South Saint Paul: An Inventory of Its Birth and Death Records gr01243
Birth and death registers (1872-1907), birth (1907-1963) and death (1908-1965) certificate records, and health officers' record of dangerous diseases (1925-1955).
Dakota County: South Saint Paul: City Clerk: An Inventory of Its Records gr02636
Correspondence, reports, resolutions, and financial records relating to municipal departments and services of the city of South St. Paul, particularly charter amendments, the fire department, health inspections, the municipal library, the police department, and recreation programs and facilities.
Dakota County: South Saint Paul: Justice of the Peace: An Inventory of Its Dockets gr02637
An incomplete set of civil (1887-1891, 1896-1915, 1919-1935) and criminal (1887-1904, 1907-1910, 1914-1917, 1931-1940) docket books kept by South St. Paul justices: A. B. Clarke, M. J. Doyle, James L. Stevenson, Christopher C. Doss, T. S. Kennedy, George Marshall, Thomas R. Prince, M. H. Ellsworth, and Andrew Johnson.
Dakota County: South Saint Paul: Municipal Court: An Inventory of Its Docket and Indexes gr02638
Judgment docket (September 1927-March 1932), and civil (undated, 1930s-1940s) and criminal (undated) indexes.
Dakota County: Superintendent of Schools: An Inventory of Its Pupil Record Cards gr01476
Several sets of pupil record cards, some arranged chronologically by year of graduation and others (for pupils who did not graduate in Dakota County) arranged alphabetically by surname.
Dakota County: Superintendent of Schools: An Inventory of Its Teacher Personnel Record Cards gr01477
Records of teachers' service, training and qualifications; and records of contributions to the teachers retirement fund.
Dakota County: Waterford Township: An Inventory of Its Birth and Death Records gr01244
Birth and death registers (1871-1907), birth and death certificate records (1908-1953), and burial and removal permits (1907-1921, 1941).
Dakota County: Waterford Township: An Inventory of Its Records gr02639
Town record books (1858-1974), treasurer's records (1868-1977), poll lists and election records (1906-1984), a list of township officers (1925-1968), petitions primarily regarding roads (1908-1978), and miscellany.
Dakota County: Welfare Board: An Inventory of Its Minutes gr01505
Information on board activities and decisions, statistics on casework, actions on individual welfare applications, and lists of persons receiving welfare payments, with payment amounts.
Dakota County: West Saint Paul: An Inventory of Its Financial Records gr02640
Journals (1889-1951) and trial balances (1889-1907) for general city funds, school funds, and the city's permanent improvement revolving fund.
Dakota County: West Saint Paul: An Inventory of Its Miscellaneous Records gr02641
Budget files (1963-1976), City Charter Commission minutes and related records (1946-1989), poll list (1918) and election returns (1926), ordinances, with index (1889-1968), and minutes of the Board of Water Commissioners (1916-1918), Housing Code Committee (1970-1972), and Adjustments Committee (1966-1967, 1971-1989).
Dakota County: West Saint Paul: An Inventory of Its Planning Commission gr02643
Minutes and agenda packets (1941-1989), planning reports (1964-1967), and files concerning Midwest Planning and Research, inc. (1960-1962) and the Northern Dakota County Planning Commission steering committee (1959).
Dakota County: West Saint Paul: City Council: An Inventory of Its Minutes and Agenda Packets gr02581
Missing January-May 1977, 1986, and January-February 1987. Volume 1 (1889-September 1895) includes city ordinances (Nos. 1-101; 1889-1917).
Dakota County: West Saint Paul: Justice of the Peace: An Inventory of Its Dockets gr02642
Docket books for a number of West St. Paul justices, including Charles F. Rhoades, Albert Tripp, J. C. Gregg, Martin Boege, Ambrose Bill, and Edmund C. Meisinger. Civil docket for 1929-1936 includes records of marriages performed by the justices.
Dakota County: West Saint Paul: Municipal Court: An Inventory of Its Docket Books gr01848
Civil (1959-1964) and criminal (1955-1963) docket books.
Dakota County: West Saint Paul: Police Department: An Inventory of Its Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Crime Reports gr02644
Annual or (where annual are missing) January-September summaries of statistics for crimes committed in West St. Paul, as compiled by the state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.
Patrick Daly and Family: An Inventory of Their Papers 00799
Photocopied letters (1860-1885) and genealogical data (1860-1887), and a volume of family history and reminiscences, The Profile of a Priceless Legacy, (circa 1974), collected and prepared by Frank A. Daly and relating primarily to his paternal grandfather, Patrick Daly, who left Ireland for Australia and New Zealand (1860-1870), and then came to Minneapolis with his family. There is also information on other members of the Daly family in Ireland and the United States; on friends who remained in the New Zealand gold fields; and on Frank Daly's career as a civil engineer with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul Division (1930s-1960s). Also included is a Fireman's exempt certificate issued to Daly by the Minneapolis Fire Department.
David M. Daniels: An Inventory of His Papers 00813
Scrapbooks and related materials documenting the career of St. Paul native David Daniels, a singer and actor with numerous Broadway and television performing credits.
Jared Waldo Daniels: An Inventory of His Reminiscences P2247
Typed copies of eleven reminiscent chapters by Daniels describing events in his career as a physician to whites and Indians in Minnesota and elsewhere during the 1850s through the 1870s, with details on his experiences during the U.S.-Dakota War (1862), the ensuing Sibley Expedition (1863) and Sully Expedition (1864), and his subsequent work with the Sisseton Indians in Dakota Territory.
Daughters of Norway (U.S.). Freya Lodge No. 1 (Minneapolis, Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records 01312
March 1897-June 1902Three volumes of secretary's record books in Norwegian containing constitution and bylaws, minutes, attendance rosters, and accounts.

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Daughters of the American Revolution. Saint Paul Chapter (Saint Paul, Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records 01099
Charter, bylaws, yearbooks, chapter history, secretary's records, minutes of meetings and annual reports, treasurers' records, registrar's record of members, lineage books, roll books, and other records of the Saint Paul Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution organized in 1891.
Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War, 1861-1865. Minnesota Department. Helen M. Shaw Tent #15 (St. Paul, Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records 01056
Minutes, financial records, and membership records of the Helen M. Shaw Tent #15 of the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War 1861-1865, Minnesota Department, as well as a few records of the Minnesota Department (1949-1958) and of the national organization (1939-1958).
Marv Davidov: An Inventory of His Papers 01174
U.S. Army service records (1953-1961); certificate and oral history (undated, 2010); correspondence and photographs (1960s, 1975); Dave Dellinger book research materials (1960s, 1991-1993); Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) release of FBI and CIA files (1969-1979); Honeywell Project files (1977-1980s); and newspaper articles (circa 1970s) related to Marv Davidov, a long-time Twin Cities peace activist and pacifist known for being the founder of the Honeywell Project, a peaceful protest group that targeted the Honeywell Corporation for their manufacture of cluster bombs during the Vietnam War.
William F. Davidson and Family: An Inventory of Their Papers 01513
Business and personal papers of William F. Davidson, steamboat entrepreneur and real estate and grain elevator owner who made his headquarters in Saint Paul and Saint Louis; those of his son, Edward E. Davidson, who assisted in managing the numerous Davidson firms after his father's death in 1887; and those of his son-in-law, Watson P. Davidson, who owned and managed extensive real estate enterprises in Saint Paul, Oregon, and elsewhere in the Middle West and Far West and as well as the Canadian provinces of Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
Davidson Company: An Inventory of Its Records at the Minnesota Historical Society 00654
Correspondence, land contracts and leases, property maps, financial and tax records, legal instruments, printed matter, and miscellaneous records documenting the existence of several interrelated companies headquartered in St. Paul, as well as the personal business careers of several members of the Davidson family of St. Paul, especially Watson Pogue Davidson, Sr., around whose activities the several groups of records revolve.
Fred A. Davies: An Inventory of His Papers 01049
Fred A. DaviesBiographical information, correspondence (1930-1961), publications (1930-1958), photographs, and miscellaneous materials of Davies, a geologist, mining engineer, and official of Aramco and other oil companies in the Middle East. Davies graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1916 with a degree in mining engineering. He was responsible for early explorations of the oil fields in Bahrain in the 1930s. In 1952 Davies was named CEO and Chairman of the Board for Aramco until he retired in 1959.
Davis, Kellogg & Severance: An Inventory of Its Law Firm Records 00361
Case files, 1878-1941 (88 ft.) and letterpress books, 1898-1925 (97 vols.) of the St. Paul law firm of Davis, Kellogg and Severance, founded in 1887 by Cushman K. Davis, Frank B. Kellogg, and Cordenio A. Severance. The records, concentrated in the period 1900-1920, reflect the firm's specialty as counsel for numerous coporate clients in Minnesota and elsewhere.
Albert S. Davis: An Inventory of His Papers 01113
Correspondence and miscellaneous papers documenting Smith's attendance at Bowdoin College; his Civil War service in the First Minnesota Regiment, First Battalion, and Second Regiment, and his postwar life. Includes biographical and genealogical data compiled in 2013.
Charles Lowrey Davis: An Inventory of His Civil War Papers 00747
Military records (personnel returns, muster rolls, special orders, financial accounts, and inventories of effects for enlisted deceased) maintained by Captain Charles L. Davis for the 10th Minnesota Infantry Regiment, Company D. Includes autobiographical information (1872) supplied by Davis while publisher for Red Wing, Minnesota's Argus newspaper.
Cushman K. Davis: An Inventory of His Papers 00822
Correspondence, speeches, clippings, and miscellaneous papers of this United States senator from Minnesota (1887-1900) and member of the St. Paul (Minnesota) law firm of Davis, Kellogg, and Severance.
Edward W. Davis: An Inventory of His Papers P1058
Correspondence, articles, reports, technical papers, histories, patents, newsletters, speeches, photographic slides and prints, and scrapbooks relating to Minnesota's iron ore industry and to Davis' work at the University of Minnesota Mines Experiment Station, where he developed a commercial process for extracting iron ore from taconite.
Greg Davis: An Inventory of His Labor and Radical Ephemera 01128
Newspaper clippings, newsletters, flyers, some correspondence, and related ephemera compiled by Greg Davis and representing a number of labor and leftist political organizations in Minnesota and other Midwestern states. Significant portions of the collection relate to labor elections and to conflicts and strikes led by the United Auto Workers, Amalgamated Transit Workers, architectural metals workers, the teamsters, and steel and mine workers.
Ida Blehert Davis: An Inventory of Her Papers P2635
Papers of Ida B. Davis (1895-1970), a Jewish community leader in Duluth, with information on the history of the Jewish community in Duluth and St. Paul.
John B. Davis: An Inventory of His Papers 00143
Biographical information, correspondence (1966-1975), speech files (1948-1991), newspaper clippings and magazine articles (1945-1998), reports, legal documents, printed matter, and photographs (1970) documenting Davis' career in Massachusetts as a teacher and school administrator (1944-1966), in Minneapolis as superintendent (1967-1975) and interim superintendent (1993) of Minneapolis public schools, and in Saint Paul as president of Macalester College (1975-1985).
Ken and Barbara Jo Davis: An Inventory of Their Papers 00346
Alumni mentoring program, undated Papers reflecting the personal lives, education, and business ventures of an African-American couple from Minneapolis (Minn.). The papers include correspondence (1971-1993), photographs undated and 1960-1973), a guest register (1986, 1989), legal documents, business plans (1986, 1991), articles of incorporation (1973, 1989), minutes (1989), marketing and sales reports (1992-1996), financial statements, stock certificates, newspaper advertisements, coupons, trademarks, menus, flyers, posters, labels, price lists, order forms, newspaper and magazine clippings (undated and 1965-1993), three audio cassettes (undated and 1989), and a scrapbook.

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Samuel K. Davis: An Inventory of His Papers 00271
Biographical information and personal correspondence (1919-1968), and subject files (1932-1980) compiled by Samuel K. Davis, journalist and Communist Party activist, reflecting his career as editor of the newspaper Midwest Labor, and his activities in the Minnesota Communist Party and in civil and human rights organizations.
Stephen R. Davis: An Inventory of His Photographs of Rural Minnesota and the Twin Cities sv000237
Boys after school on Rice StreetCollection includes two series of images documenting Minnesota in the late 1970s to early 1980s. The rural area series captured in many different counties contains views of fields, grain elevators, roads, water towers, and people. The second series was captured in the Twin Cities Metro Area and includes views of people and buildings around the North End and downtown areas of Saint Paul, tailgating at Metropolitan Stadium in Bloomington, the High Bridge Power Plant, the Minnesota State Fair, Koppers Coke Site, Feist Pet Cemetery, and the St. Paul Farmers' Market.

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David Day: An Inventory of His Papers P2324
Certificates, a scrapbook, and miscellaneous papers of David Day, doctor, postmaster, and an early settler in the city of St. Paul.
Vince A. (Vincent Alpheus) Day: An Inventory of His Papers 01126
Correspondence, speeches, clippings, printed materials, scrapbooks, and other papers of Day, private secretary to Minnesota governor Floyd B. Olson (1931-1935) and a Minneapolis municipal and Hennepin County district court judge (1935-1945).
Bruce B. Dayton: An Inventory of His George D. Dayton Research Files P2374
Notes and references, photographs, correspondence and memoranda, photocopies of newspaper articles, and miscellaneous printed items generated in researching and writing a biography of Worthington (Minn.) banker and Minneapolis retail merchant George Draper Dayton. The materials were created or collected by co-authors Bruce B. Dayton and Ellen B. Green.
Charles K. Dayton: An Inventory of His Papers P1354
Correspondence, legal documents, reports, printed matter, and background materials documenting Dayton's work as legal representative for the Minnesota Public Interest Research Group, the North Star Chapter of the Sierra Club, and the Minnesota Federation of Ski Touring Clubs on litigation relating to snowmobiling and logging operations in the wilderness sections of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area.
George D. Dayton: An Inventory of His Papers 00743
Headphones iconCorrespondence (1873, 1901-1977); photographs (ca. 1950s); Dayton, Winchell, and McDonald genealogical material; newspaper clippings; and an unpublished religious manuscript related to Minneapolis, Minnesota, businessman George Draper Dayton II and family.

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Mark Dayton: An Inventory of His Senatorial Files 00688
Personal and political records, legislative records, Minnesota office files, press and media relations, and office administration files of United States senator from Minnesota, Mark Dayton, spanning 2001-2006.
Dayton's: An Inventory of It's Photograph Collection sv000213
Card display, Dayton's, Minneapolis.Interior views of Dayton's department store in Minneapolis. Included are store displays, interiors of the Sky Room and other locations. Also included are exterior views of the 1937 construction of a building addition.

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William Blake Dean and Family: An Inventory of Their Papers P1444
Correspondence, biographical and genealogical materials, newspaper clippings, reminiscences, organizational papers, family memorabilia, and miscellany documenting the career of this St. Paul (Minn.) hardware dealer and the lives of members of his family.
Dedication of First Minnesota monument at Gettysburg, July 2, 1897: An Inventory of the Album sv000421
Dedication of First Minnesota monument at Gettysburg, July 2, 1897Views of the monument and ceremony, veterans and group of people who attended the ceremony.

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John DeLaittre and Family Papers: An Inventory of Their Papers 00362
Papers of a Minneapolis bank president relating to his career as a banker, government official, and corporate director; his involvement in banking industry groups; his management of family finances and trusts; iron mining on Bovey-DeLaittre Lumber Company lands in northern Minnesota; to Tettegouche, DeLaittre's wilderness retreat; and genealogical information and family histories, including: information regarding DeLaittre's father, banker and politician Karl DeLaittre; his grandfather, lumberman John DeLaittre; and extended family.
Delta Kappa Gamma Society International. Tau State (Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records 00171
Executive board minutes; correspondence; biographical sketches; membership directories and yearbooks; committee files; conventions; historical materials; newsletters; reports; scrapbooks; local chapter files; and photographs; documenting Tau State, the Minnesota chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma international honor society for women educators.
Frederick L. Deming: An Inventory of His Papers 00644
Correspondence and memoranda, reports and publications, minutes of meetings, speeches, scrapbooks, some photographs, and other papers of banker and economist Frederick L. Deming, documenting his career at the Federal Reserve banks in St. Louis and Minneapolis, as a Treasury Department official in the administration of President Lyndon B. Johnson, on the Macalester College board of trustees, and on the boards of a variety of other organizations.
Janet M. Deming: An Inventory of Her Papers 00825
Personal papers of social worker, community activist, and business owner/president of a Minneapolis-based employee-assistance firm DOR (Delivering Organizational Results) and Associates, Inc. The papers reflect her personal interest in and study of social services, feminism, and civil rights in the 1960s and 1970s, and business records of her firm.
Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party: An Inventory of Its State Central Committee Records 00586
Correspondence, memoranda, minutes, reports, print and near-print issuances, financial records, and clippings documenting the state Democratic party's internal operations, organization, activities, programs, and policies, and its role in Minnesota politics.
DeMong And Sorenson Families: An Inventory of Their Photographs sv000142
John and Elizabeth DeMong, parents of Jacob DeMong, circa 1870Views of Jacob and Augusta DeMong, their children Clyde, Jessie and Choral, Jessie's husband Fred P. Sorenson, and Clyde's wife Ethel and their son Vance. Includes views of the DeMong farm in Murray County, Minn., the Sorenson residence at 3336 Forty Fifth Avenue South, Minneapolis and delivery vehicles for J. DeMong & Son Grocers, Minneapolis.

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Terry Dempsey: An Inventory of His Papers 00023
Legislative papers of a Minnesota state representative (Independent-Republican, District 23A) who was elected in 1978 and resigned in 1992 to accept a judicial appointment.
Benjamin Densmore: An Inventory of His Family Papers 01127
Correspondence, school reports, essays, maps, diaries, poetry, and songbooks of the Densmore, Fowle, Hanford, Cheney, and Seaton families, describing their lives in New Hampshire, Vermont, and New York and their migration to Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota.
Frances Densmore: An Inventory of Her Papers 01331
Photographic prints published in 'Chippewa Customs,' originally published as Bulletin 86, Bureau of American Ethnology, 1929Essays, addresses, and articles prepared by Densmore, a Red Wing (Minn.) native and authority on American Indian music, accompanied by photographs (some taken by Densmore) used in publications of the U.S. Bureau of American Ethnology.

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Densmore Family Photograph Album: An Inventory of the Album sv000318
Densmore family photograph album, 1870-1953 Views of Densmore family homes in Riga and Alabama Townships in New York; Red Wing, Minnesota; and Emerald Grove, Wisconsin. Also views of Riga Center Cemetery, New York; Niagara Falls; assembly hall in Monroe County, New York; and school and church in Alabama Township, New York.

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Dentistry Board: An Inventory of Its Records gr01124
Records of this board to regulate the practice of dentistry in the state.
James I. DePuy: An Inventory of His Family Papers P1601
Genealogical materials, correspondence, and financial documents relating to the descendants of Moses DePuy, particularly the family of his grandson, James I. DePuy.
Edward J. Devitt: An Inventory of His Papers 00132
Personal papers, including speech files and legal opinions, documenting the professional activities of a U.S. district court judge (1954-1991) and Republican congressman (1947-1948) from St. Paul, Minnesota.
DFL Feminist Caucus: An Inventory of Its Records 00173
Administrative records and subject files documenting the organization, activities, and political goals of a feminist caucus formed within the state Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party in 1973.
Dietetics and Nutrition Practice Board: An Inventory of Its Administrative Rule Proceedings Files gr02020
Arranged in chronological order.
John H. Dietrich: An Inventory of His Papers P1682
Correspondence (1905-1968), published addresses (1917, 1930-1936), miscellaneous writings (1910-1987), clippings (1909-1935), and other papers of a Unitarian clergyman who was a leader (1920s-1930s) of the humanist wing of American Unitarianism and of the First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis.
Charles Fremont Dight: An Inventory of His Papers P1628
Correspondence (undated and 1892-1936), photographs (1879-1930s), lecture notes (1900-1908), essays, article manuscripts (1906-1910, 1933-1936), newspaper clippings (1900-1927), scrapbooks (1914-1930s), radio scripts (1928, 1933), editorials (ca.1921-1935), income tax forms (1919-1936), pamphlets, flyers, bills, minutes, and printed matter related to the life and career of a Minneapolis medical professor, socialist politician, and leader of the eugenics movement in Minnesota.
Stuart Dimond and Family: An Inventory of Their Papers P2546
Diaries, family history materials, and other papers relating to the Dimond, Willard, and Dudley families.
Disability Council: An Inventory of Its Committee Records discou02
Agendas, minutes, reports, correspondence, agenda items, and related materials
documenting various committees and task forces of the council.
Disability Council: An Inventory of Its Minutes and Correspondence discou01
Minutes and correspondence covering all aspects of the administration of the council.
Disability Council: An Inventory of Its Published Records discou04
Annual reports, legislative publications, newsletters, studies, proposals, brochures,
planning documents, and various print and near-print materials documenting the activities of the council and its predecessors.
Disability Council: An Inventory of Its Subject Files discou03
Topics covered include the Americans with Disabilities Act, accessibility, community
needs assessments, legal rights, transportation, disability awareness, and employment.
Disabled Citizens Club (Minneapolis, Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records 00237
Minutes (1956-1993), legislative files (1970-1978), handbooks (1959, 1974, 1978), and incorporation materials (1956-1958, 1977-1982) of an organization established to improve the personal, social, and vocational welfare of the physically handicapped.
Dodge County: An Inventory of Telephone Directories at the Minnesota Historical Society lb00045
A collection of telephone directories for cities in Dodge County, Minnesota. Telephone directories are published by telephone companies and include alphabetical listings of residential and business phone numbers and street addresses in the white pages, and a listing of businesses arranged by subject in the yellow pages. Each entry on the inventory lists the city name, year of coverage, and the shelf number of the printed volume or microfiche set which includes that city.
Dodge County: Auditor: An Inventory of Its Miscellaneous Records gr02691
Directories of county, township, village, and school district officers (1912, 1917, 1931-1964; incomplete), tax list of power and light companies (1925-1949), and wolf bounty record (1893-1896).
Dodge County: Auditor: An Inventory of Its Financial Records gr02692
Annual financial statements (1930-1965, incomplete), journals (1866-1914), order registers (1856-1900), and warrant registers (1900-1931, 1952-1975).
Dodge County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Default Judgment Records gr02344
Volumes of default judgment records from the Dodge County District Court.
Dodge County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Judgment Records gr02343
Judgment records of the Dodge County District Court.
Dodge County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Naturalization Records and Index SAM021
Personal name index, declarations of intention, final papers, petitions, and related records.
Dodge County: Dodge Center: An Inventory of Its Birth and Death Records gr01245
Birth (1900-1907) and death (1899-1907) register, birth (1908-1953) and death (1912-1953) certificate records, and burial/removal and transportation of corpse permits (1923-1949).
Dodge County: Milton Township: An Inventory of Its Birth and Death Records gr01246
Dodge County: Superintendent of Schools: An Inventory of Its Teacher's Term/Annual Reports gr02693
Missing 1888-1919, 1932-1934, and 1937.
Don Braman & Associates (Minneapolis, Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records 00247
Client files (1958-1982), professional subject files, publicity scrapbooks, photographs, press releases, and related materials documenting a Minneapolis public relations firm (1958-1977) and the public relations career of its founder, Don Braman. In 1977 the firm merged into Doremus and Company.
Ignatius Donnelly: An Inventory of His Family Papers 00782
Portrait of Ignatius DonnellyCorrespondence, literary materials, pamphlets, speeches, diaries, scrapbooks, financial records, and other materials documenting Donnelly’s long and active career as townsite speculator at Nininger (Dakota County, Minn.), politician, author, editor and publisher of three newspapers, lieutenant governor of Minnesota (1860-1863), member of Congress (1863-1869), member of the Minnesota Senate (1874-1878, 1891-1893) and House (1887, 1897), and a national leader in third-party movements. Donnelly’s correspondents were numbered by the hundreds and ranged from day laborers and local politicians to figures of national and international fame.

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Ignatius Donnelly and Family Papers: A Guide to the Microfilm Edition m0138
Correspondence, literary materials, pamphlets, speeches, diaries, scrapbooks, financial records, and other materials documenting Donnelly's long and active career as townsite speculator at Nininger (Dakota County, Minn.), politician, author, editor and publisher of three newspapers, lieutenant governor of Minnesota (1860-1863), member of Congress (1863-1869), member of the Minnesota Senate (1874-1878, 1891-1893) and House (1887, 1897), and a national leader in third-party movements. Donnelly's correspondents were numbered by the hundreds, and ranged from day laborers and local politicians to figures of national and international fame.
Ignatius Donnelly Library Collection: An Inventory of His Books lb00169
Most volumes signed by Donnelly. Some include his notations and/or underlinings.
Frank P. Donovan: An Inventory of His Papers 01465
Papers belonging to author and railroad researcher Frank Pierce Donovan. Includes clippings and subject files, writings and correspondence, Donovan's research card catalog, exhibition and presentation materials, and posters and other ephemera related to rail history and cartoonist Fontaine Fox (Toonerville Trolley).
Royal Dossett: An Inventory of His Grandfathers Boathouse Photograph Collection sv000250
Big Sandy Lake - 001Photographs of boathouses on Big Sandy Lake, Gull Lake, Lake Minnetonka, Roosevelt Lake, White Bear Lake, and the Whitefish Chain. Each lake or lake system has accompanying material from the photographer which provides a map with location of boathouses, brief history and description of the lake, and technical information about the collection.

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George W. Doud: An Inventory of His Diaries P2240
Bound typescript copy of three diaries kept by Doud while serving with the Eighth Minnesota Volunteers during the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 and in the Sully Expedition of 1864.
Douglas County, Minnesota: An Inventory of Telephone Directories at the Minnesota Historical Society lb00096
A collection of telephone directories for cities in Douglas County, Minnesota. Telephone directories are published by telephone companies and include alphabetical listings of residential and business phone numbers and street addresses in the white pages, and a listing of businesses arranged by subject in the yellow pages. Each entry on the inventory lists the city name, year of coverage, and the shelf number of the printed volume or microfiche set which includes that city.
Douglas County: Alexandria: An Inventory of Its Audit Reports and Financial Statements gr01729
City financial statements (1974), and audit reports for various years of the city and its municipal liquor dispensary, library board, municipal parking system, volunteer fire department and relief association, board of public works, and Runestone Community Center Commission.
Douglas County: Alexandria: Justice of the Peace: An Inventory of Its Dockets gr01728
Docket books and docket sheets of numerous Alexandria justices of the peace, particularly William VanDyke (1900-1912), E. P. Wright (1919-1925), Harry B. Youtz (1931-1958), Emil E. Gahlon (1940-1954), O. J. Woolliscroft (1935-1959), and F. A. Weed (1935-1941).
Douglas County: Assessor: An Inventory of Its Assessment Rolls gr00789
Assessment rolls for the civil subdivisions of Douglas County, recording the value of taxable real and personal property for the years 1867-1901 and the sample years 1910-1911, 1920-1921, 1930-1931, 1940-1941, 1950-1951, 1960-1961, and 1990-1991.
Douglas County: Auditor: An Inventory of Its Tax Lists gr02078
Tax lists for the civil subdivisions of Douglas County, recording the taxes assessed and paid on real and personal property for the years 1867-1901 and subsequent sample years 1910-1911, 1920-1921, 1930-1931, 1940-1941, 1950-1951, 1960-1961, 1970, 1980-1981, 1990-1991, and 2000-2001.
Douglas County: Auditor: An Inventory of Its Warrant Registers gr00732
A record of payments from county funds authorized by the county auditor.
Douglas County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Naturalization Records and Index SAM022
Personal name index, declarations of intention, final papers, petitions, and related records.
Douglas County. Equalization Board: An Inventory of Its Minutes doug002
Minutes of this board which met as required by law to decide classifications or valuations of county properties.
Hercules L. Dousman: An Inventory of His Papers 01132
Correspondence, account books, and other business records of this Prairie du Chien (Wis.) trader and land speculator and of his son of the same name.
Michael J. and Jennie B. Dowling: An Inventory of Their Papers 00915
Biography, approximately 1943Newspaper and magazine articles, correspondence, printed materials, photographs, film recording, and memorabilia of Michael J. Dowling, a Minnesota politician, newspaper publisher, businessman, and spokesman for the physically handicapped, who as a boy lost three of his limbs to frostbite, and of his wife Jennie.

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Josephine Downey: An Inventory of Her Papers 00960
Papers related to a St. Paul (Minn.) woman's teaching experience in a small South Dakota town (1929); her travels in Europe (1931, 1936) and Mexico (1939); and her World War II service as a cryptographer with the Women's Army Corps in New Guinea (1944-1945) and the Philippines (1945-1946).
Downtown Community Development Council (Saint Paul, Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records 00145
The records document the Council's work toward revitalizing downtown St. Paul with respect to residential housing, commercial development, and arts and cultural activities.
Thomas F. Doyle: An Inventory of His Papers Relating to the Order of Railroad Telegraphers P0009
Papers collected by Thomas F. Doyle, a Northern Pacific Railway Company telegrapher, including letters of recommendation written for him; bylaws of the order's Montana division; business letters to Doyle from Northern Pacific officials; information about strikes; Northern Pacific telegraphers' rules, wage schedules, and agreements; membership cards; and related miscellany.
Dr. Jane Hodgson Legal Defense Fund: An Inventory of the Fund's Records 00676
Correspondence, financial files, minutes, and other materials created by a defense fund to help pay the legal costs associated with Dr. Jane Hodgson?s appeal to the Minnesota Supreme Court following her conviction in a 1970 abortion case.
Drainage Commission: An Inventory of Its Annual and Biennial Reports gr00001
Published reports of the drainage commissioners or of the drainage engineer on behalf of the commission.
Drainage Commission: An Inventory of Its Engineers' Reports gr00002
Reports, primarily by George A. Ralph, on inspection of proposed ditch sites and on the progress of and expenses for ditch construction; on the status of the state topographical and drainage survey; on the history of drainage as it affected state-owned lands; and the commission's published report of the water resources investigation of Minnesota.
Drainage Commission: An Inventory of Its Financial Records gr00003
Voucher registers, expense records for work on drainage surveys and ditch construction, and records of miscellaneous expenses.
Drainage Commission: An Inventory of Its Minutes gr00004
Minutes documenting the activities of the commission.
Drainage Commission: An Inventory of Its Miscellaneous Records gr00005
Miscellaneous records documenting Minnesota ditches and waterways, commission activities, and drainage surveys in the United States generally.
Joan Dressen: An Inventory of the Dressen Family Papers 00012
Correspondence, news clippings, and other material collected by Joan and Roger Dressen of Hopkins, Minnesota, documenting their involvement in organizations for the parents and families of gay and lesbian people.
James M. Drew: An Inventory of His Family Papers 01179
Newspaper Portrait of DrewCorrespondence, diaries (1855-1893), articles, clippings, genealogies, accounts, reminiscences, and memorabilia relating chiefly to James Drew, a faculty member in the University of Minnesota School of Agriculture and Agricultural Extension Division (1893-1933), and to his father, Edward Bolivar Drew, a Winona County (Minn.) farmer and Minnesota legislator (1875-1876, 1879).
Phillip S. Duff and Family: An Inventory of Their Papers 01430
Correspondence, subject files, editorials, speech outlines, genealogical materials, and miscellany of Phillip S. Duff, Jr., editor and publisher, then columnist, of the Red Wing Republican Eagle and co-founder of the Minnesota News Council.
Daniel Greysolon Duluth: An Inventory of His Papers P355
Typewritten and photographic copies of miscellaneous papers relating to fur-trader and explorer, Daniel Greysolon DuLhut (Duluth). Included are copies of his Last Will and Testament and: An Inventory of the estate of DuLhut, and items relating to DuLhut and a banquet given in his honor and in honor of the city of Duluth by the Rotary Club of St. Germain-Laval.
Duluth (Minnesota) Lynchings of 1920: An Inventory of the Selected Materials duluth_inv
A compilation of Minnesota government records and several additional items relating to the lynching of three African American men by a mob of angry whites in Duluth, Saint Louis County, Minnesota on June 15, 1920; the events that precipitated the riot and lynchings; the investigations of the incidents; the subsequent legal proceedings involving the black men charged with rape and the white men charged with riot, instigating a riot, and murder; the incarceration in two state correctional facilitates of those convicted; their attempts to secure a pardon or parole; and their release and discharge from prison.
Duluth (Minnesota) Miscellaneous Newspapers Collection lb00004
A list of miscellaneous newspapers from Duluth, Minnesota.
Duluth, Missabe, and Iron Range Railway: An Inventory of Its Records 00363
Personnel, financial, and other records of a Duluth, Minnesota-based railroad owned for many years by United States Steel Corporation that transported iron ore and taconite pellets from mines on the Vermilion and Mesabi iron ranges in northeastern Minnesota to ports at Two Harbors (Minnesota) and Duluth, for transportation via ore boats to eastern steel mills. Includes records of two prececessor railroad companies and several subsidiary land, mining, power, and transfer railway companies.
James Taylor Dunn and Family: An Inventory of Their Papers 00261
Handwritten letter from F. Scott Fitzgerald to Robert R. Dunn, Jr., late 1930sPersonal and family papers created and collected by librarian and local historian James Taylor Dunn, his family, and the following collateral families: Curran, Grigg, Langford, Monfort, Sweeting, Taylor, and Bach.

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Robert C. Dunn: An Inventory of His Papers 00599
Correspondence relating to the campaign of Robert C. Dunn, Republican candidate for governor of Minnesota in 1904. Pamphlets, speeches, and newspaper clippings also are included.
David Durenberger: An Inventory of His Papers 00257
David DurenbergerPapers of a three-term Republican U.S. Senator from Minnesota who served from 1978 to 1995.

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Brian Dusbiber and Heidi M. Morrow: An Inventory of Their Collection of Minnnesota State Fair Photographs sv000187
Guy Warner, horse show competition announcer, announcing in the Lee and Rose Warner Coliseum, Minnesota State FairPhotographs of contestants, judges, vendors and exhibitors at the 2013 and 2014 Minnesota State Fairs. Many of the individuals represented are 50 year award recipients including Marjorie Johnson, Joe Fox, Mike Heffron and Linda Paulsen.

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Sigel Granville Dyer: An Inventory of His Letter and Related Family History Materials P0895
Dyer's 1898 letter, written on birch bark, describing incidents and conditions relating to the "Leech Lake Uprising"; along with genealogical material on the Dyer, Thiede, and other related families compiled by Joseph Pehoushek.

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