|T.B. Walker Foundation and Related Foundations: An Inventory of Their Records
|Project files and administrative records of the T.B. Walker Foundation, the Archie D. and Bertha H. Walker Foundation, and the Guthrie Theater Foundation, all based in Minneapolis and related to the family of Minneapolis lumberman T. B. (Thomas Barlow) Walker (1840-1928). Includes corporate record books, administrative subject files, financial and accounting information, news clippings, foundation officers' correspondence, notes and memoranda, and blueprint drawings. Much of the collection consists of project files and grant proposals containing background information on cultural, educational, religious, health, social welfare, scientific, conservation, and other organizations and programs in Minnesota, California, and elsewhere. There is information about the Walker Art Center and the Tyrone Guthrie Theatre (both in Minneapolis), the Tyrone Guthrie Theatre Foundation, the Minnesota Theatre Company Foundation, theatrical director Sir Tyrone Guthrie, programs for the treatment of alcoholism, and efforts to eliminate racism.
|Lawrence Taliaferro: An Inventory of His Papers
journals and typed transcripts of the journals, order books, financial records,
an autobiography, data sheets, and research note cards, the bulk of which
document Taliaferro's career as U.S. Indian agent to the Ojibwe and Dakota at
the St. Peters Agency near Fort Snelling in present-day Minnesota (1820-1839).
Includes digital content.
|E.W. Tallmon Steamboat Albums: An Inventory of the Albums
|Exterior and interior views compiled by E.W. Tallmon of Davenport,
Iowa, of steamboats operating on the Mississippi River from Minnesota to
Louisiana, including cargo handling and views of river towns. Also views of raft
boats, barges, houseboats and launches and views on the Missouri and Yukon
Includes digital content.
|John Talman: An Inventory of His Papers
|Writings and other papers of New York and Twin Cities (Minn.) newspaper editor John Talman including biographical and genealogical information on Talman and the Talman, Foote, and Wilcox families (1921-1936); a folder of correspondence (1874-1936) containing letters from poet Ella Wheeler Wilcox and other writers; photocopies of poems by Talman (undated and 1869-1918); nineteen manuscripts by Talman on topics of Minnesota history (ca. 1914-1915); and an original manuscript (ca.1875) of a story by Alfred Billings Street.
|Ruth Nomura Tanbara: An Inventory of Her Papers
|Papers of Japanese American activist, organizer, and longtime YWCA
Adult Education and International Program Director Ruth Tanbara. Includes
correspondence, biographical materials, photographs, newspaper clippings,
speeches, diaries, and printed material related to the relocation of Japanese
Americans from the West Coast during World War II and her family's eventual
relocation to Minnesota. Also included are memoir correspondence and drafts for
"Reflections", an oral history transcript for the St. Paul-Nagasaki Sister City
Project, travel files, and a manuscript copy of her cookbook, Ruth Tanbara's
Japanese Food Recipes. The papers also consist of official pamphlets regarding
restrictions placed upon Japanese Americans and letters from friends in
relocation and internment camps describing conditions in various camps.
Includes digital content.
|George C. Tanner: An Inventory of His Papers
|The papers of George Clinton Tanner, registrar of the diocese (diocesan historian) from 1878 to 1920, consist largely of notes, manuscripts, and transcripts of materials relating to 19th century diocesan and parish history.
|Target Corporation: An Inventory of Dayton's Newspaper Advertising
|Microfilmed scrapbooks reproducing newspaper advertisements for Dayton's department stores and other operating companies (1904-1968), and color photographic prints of selected newspaper advertisements (1927-1968).
|Tax Court: An Inventory of Its Closed [Completed] Decision Files
|Case files for appeals from orders of the Commissioner of Revenue regarding tax disputes, or from property valuations or classifications, that resulted in a Tax Court decision. The court's decisions interpret the law and have precedent value.
|Tax Court: An Inventory of Its Closed [Completed] Property Taxes Files
|Taxation Department: An Inventory of Its Maps
|Township and outline maps of the Mesabi and Cuyuna iron ranges.
|Taxation Department: An Inventory of Its Reports of Public and Railroad Lands Sold
|Lists, reports, or deeds for lands sold to private parties and paid for in full, with title passing to the purchaser and the lands becoming subject to taxation.
|Taxation Department, Property Tax Division: An Inventory of Its Airflight Property Tax Files
|Property tax files for commercial airlines operating in Minnesota, with related topical and background files.
|Taxation of Iron Ore Commission: An Inventory of Its Agenda Files
|Documenting the work of this commission and its predecessor, the Legislative Interim Commission on Taxation of Iron Ore (1951-1954), the files include minutes, agendas, correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, photographs, and related materials.
|David Vassar Taylor: An Inventory of His Minnesota Black History Project Materials
|Reports, brochures, newspaper articles, correspondence and related materials from educational institutions, churches, organizations, government agencies, individuals, and other sources documenting the Black community in Minnesota. The materials were compiled by David V. Taylor, director, and his assistants for the Minnesota Black History Project, a program of the Minnesota Historical Society in 1974 and 1975. Also included are the David V. Taylor papers.
|James Wickes Taylor: An Inventory of His Papers
|Correspondence, letterbooks, diaries, scrapbooks, and miscellaneous papers relating to James Wickes Taylor, author, publicist for railroads and for development of the Canadian Northwest, special agent of the U.S. Treasury Department (1859-1869), U. S. secret agent during the Red River Rebellion (1869), and American consul at Winnipeg (1870-1893).
|Katherine Wood Taylor: An Inventory of Her Papers
|Printed materials, newspaper clippings and magazine articles, speech files, audio cassette recordings, and some correspondence of a Minnesota Republican Party activist and abortion rights advocate.
|Teachers Retirement Association: An Inventory of Its Annual Reports of Teachers Retirement Fund Deductions
|Annual reports submitted by the county superintendents of schools to the Teachers Retirement Association listing the name of each teacher, district number, total years teaching experience, number of years in district, number of months school in session, number of months taught, annual salary, and retirement deduction. They document the 1915 retirement fund, which went bankrupt in 1931/32.
|Teachers Retirement Association: An Inventory of Its Published Records and Reports
|Reports, newsletters, and miscellaneous print and near-print items of or about the Teachers Retirement Association.
|Teachers Retirement Association: An Inventory of Its Records
|Records documenting various aspects of the association's organization and administration.
|Helen H. Tearse: An Inventory of Her Papers
|The collection is composed of letters written by Helen H. Tearse, a Winona (Minn.) high school teacher, to her mother, Mrs. William P. Tearse, and other family members in Winona while she was on vacations and study trips (1910, 1912-1913, and 1917) and during her service (1918-1919) with the YMCA in France during World War I. Letters from her brother, William P. Tearse, Jr. (1918-1919) concern his service in the U.S. Army in France. Another group of letters to Helen are from servicemen she met at the YMCA while she was serving in France.
|Henry G. Teigan: An Inventory of His Papers
|Correspondence and miscellaneous papers, subject files, and newspaper clippings collected by Teigan as a participant in the Farmer-Labor movement; as secretary of the National Nonpartisan League (1916-1923); as secretary to United States Senator Magnus Johnson (1923-1925); as a newspaper publisher in Minneapolis; as editor of the Minnesota Leader, Saint Paul; and as a member of the Minnesota Senate from the 29th district (1933-1935) and of the United States House of Representatives from the 3rd district (1936-1938).
|Tennant Company: An Inventory of Its Records
|Company publications, product and sales literature, promotional materials, product photographs, some memoranda and correspondence, and a few artifacts documenting a Minneapolis manufacturer of large mechanized sweepers and surface cleaners for industrial and roadway applications.
|Robert J. Tennessen: An Inventory of His Papers
|Papers documenting Tennessen's career as a DFL Minnesota state senator; a director of the Washington Federal Savings Bank, Stillwater; a committee member of the Basilica of Saint Mary, Tyrone Guthrie Theatre Foundation, Minnesota Constitutional Study Commission, and the Lawyers Alliance for Nuclear Arms Control; a trustee of Groves Learning Center, St. Louis Park; and as one of the principal advocates of data privacy legislation in the Minnesota legislature.
|Tenstrike (Minn.): An Inventory Photographs
|Contains views of businesses, people, schools, railroad, homesteads and logging operations in Tenstrike, a small community northeast of Bemidji.
|Textbook Collection of the Minnesota Historical Society: An Inventory of Its Holdings
|Historic textbooks (chiefly 19th century) by various authors and publishers covering a range of subjects including English, history, philosophy, Biblical studies, government, business, arithmetic, science, languages (French, German, Greek, Italian, Latin, Middle English-Anglo Saxon, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish), education, physical education, home economics, music, art education.
|Theo. Hamm Brewing Company: An Inventory of Its Records
|Advertising and marketing files (1947-1976) and a ledger (1900-1902) of a prominent Saint Paul brewing firm established in 1865 by German immigrant Theodore Hamm.
|Arnold Paul Thies: An Inventory of His Papers
|Diary (Sept. 1943-July 1945, with typed transcript) and related papers kept by Thies during his wartime service aboard the destroyer U.S.S. Picking. They deal mainly with the ship's tour of duty in the Pacific Ocean, and include information on its participation in the bombardments of Paramushiru Island (Dec. 1943-Aug. 1944), the second invasion of the Philippine Islands (Oct. 1944-Feb. 1945), and the invasion of Okinawa Island (March-June 1945); shipboard life, particularly crew liberties; and special details and training and exercise runs.
|Third Infantry Regiment Minnesota Volunteer Association: An Inventory of Its Records
|Annual reunion rosters (1912, 1918-1933) and printed materials, correspondence with members (1870-1935), and miscellaneous materials documenting a Minnesota Civil War veterans association.
|13th Minnesota Regimental Association: An Inventory of Its Records
|Records of a social and commemorative organization for members of a Minnesota volunteer infantry regiment that fought in the Spanish American War.
|13th Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Philippine Islands: An Inventory of the Album
|Views of the Philippine Islands and activities of the 13th Minnesota
Volunteer Infantry, mainly Company D, during the Spanish-American War.
Includes digital content.
|Thirteenth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment: An Inventory of Its Sound and Visual Collection
|Collection documents the 13th Minnesota Volunteer Infantry during and
after the Spanish-American War. Includes views of the regiment in California,
life and work in the Philippines, soldiers (most portraits are identified and of
Company B), Company K, parades on return in San Francisco and Minneapolis, and
13th Minnesota reunions. Also includes a recording from the 50th anniversary of
the 13th Minnesota assembling in St. Paul with introductions of a few
Includes digital content.
|John W. Thomas & Co.: An Inventory of Its Records
|Corporate record books, photocopies of newspaper advertisements, photographs, clipppings, and a scrapbook of a Minneapolis dry goods firm that began in 1867 as G. W. Hale and continued through several ownership and name changes, reorganizations, and building construction projects for nearly one hundred years. Includes information about charges of fraud and tax evasion brought against an owner of the company in the late 1950s.
|Harald Thorson: An Inventory of His Banking Files
|Financial statements ("statements of condition") for a variety of small town banks located in Minnesota and in North Dakota owned by Harald Thorson, a native of Norway and benefactor of St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota. A folder of biographical material includes information about Thorson's large bequest to St. Olaf and subsequent legal challenges initiated by his survivors. These were apparently the files of P. O. Holland, who was treasurer of St. Olaf College and executor of the Thorson estate.
|Thorstensen Family: An Inventory of Their Family Papers
|Records of the Thorstensen family of Red Wing, Minnesota, including the correspondence of Robert E. Thorstensen and Marion Duggan Thorstensen during Robert's naval service during World War II. The bulk of the collection consists of the war time letters exchanged between Robert and Marion, who wrote to each other nearly every day (August 1943 to December 1944). Many of the letters are romantic in nature, and include insights into naval and domestic life during World War II, as well as information about arts and cultural events in the Twin Cities during that time. Also included in the collection are some biographical materials about Robert, his parents Edwin and Mabel's memoirs, Edwin's career history in Red Wing, and letters exchanged between Robert and his parents during his education.
|3M Company: An Inventory of Its Corporate Records
|Corporate records and
historical materials of this Minnesota-based international manufacturing
company, founded in 1902 in Two Harbors, that has produced a wide variety of
products for industrial and household applications, including abrasive,
adhesive, reflective and medical products; magnetic media and data recording
equipment, copying and office products and nonwoven fiber technologies.
Includes digital content.
|Dave Thune: An Inventory of His Papers
|Correspondence and subject files relating to Saint Paul City Council member Dave Thune's successful campaign for a citywide smoking ban in bars and restaurants. The collection also includes some biographical information, correspondence concerning the controversial Gopher State Ethanol plant operating in Saint Paul's former Schmidt brewery, and some of Thune's appointment schedules.
|Thursday Club (Saint Paul, Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records
|Constitutions (1927/1928, 1939/1940 and 1957); minutes (1894-1917, 1930-1955, and 1993-2000); an early membership list (1895-1897); yearbooks containing the club's annual programs, membership rosters, and secretary's report (1895/1896-1999/2000); treasurer's books and reports (1924-1941, 2000-2001); scrapbooks (1908-1956); and miscellaneous papers (-1990)documenting the activities of a Saint Paul women's literary and intellectual society organized on May 14, 1894.
|Edward John Thye: An Inventory of His Papers
|Correspondence, speeches, background materials, bills and reports, clippings, campaign literature, and related materials reflecting Thye's public and official activities as U.S. senator (Republican) from Minnesota, 1947-1958. A large percentage of the files deal with Thye's constituent relations and services; expressions of Minnesota opinion on matters of national, state, and local interest; and bills introduced or supported by Thye. The remainder concerns legislation, policies, programs, and projects which Congress and the executive branch of the government acted upon during Thye's tenure.
|Allen White Tiffany: An Inventory of His Letters
|Includes two letters and one envelope of 2nd Lieutenant Allen White
Tiffany of Company H, Ninth Minnesota, while a Confederate prisoner-of-war in
Charleston, South Carolina, as well as some biographical
Includes digital content.
|Kenneth E. Tilsen: An Inventory of His Papers
|Legal files for selected cases documenting Tilsen's career as an attorney in St. Paul, Minnesota, including press releases and clippings, correspondence, pleadings, briefs, orders, affidavits, interrogatories, depositions, trial and hearing transcripts, exhibits, reports, research files, notes, and other related documents.
|Timber Commissioners Board: An Inventory of Its Reports of Estimates and Appraisals
|Digital, microfilm, and original data reported by state land examiners on timber located on state land, for use by the Timber Commissioners Board in determining whether the timber could be sold.
|Todd County, Minnesota: An Inventory of Telephone Directories at the Minnesota Historical Society
|A collection of telephone directories for cities in Todd 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.
|Todd County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Civil and Criminal Registers of Actions
|Registers of actions for civil (1874-1955) and criminal (1898-1930) cases and an index to criminal cases (circa 1892-1899). Each entry may include the names of the parties in the case, the attorneys representing each party, when the case was opened, the case file number, and a record of each document that was filed by the contesting parties or by the court in the case.
|Todd County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Civil Case Files
|File nos. A1-A289 (1868-1889) and 1-12318 (1874-1955). Prior to 1899, they also include criminal case files. Case files for 1950-1955 (boxes 118-127) have been purged by the court in accordance with the retention schedule for court records.
|Todd County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Criminal Case Files
|Criminal case files nos. 1-2807. Prior to 1899, criminal case files were interfiled with civil case files (separately cataloged).
|Todd County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Default Judgment Records
|Todd County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Indictment Records
|Indictments filed with the district court containing a summary of the alleged crime.
|Todd County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Judgment Records
|Todd County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Minutes
|Minutes of the Todd County District Court.
|Todd County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Naturalization Records and Index
|Personal name index, declarations of intention, final papers, petition and record, lists of applications for admission to citizenship, lists of citizenship petitions granted and denied, and applications to take oath of allegiance.
|Todd County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Plaintiffs and Defendants Indexes
|Plaintiffs and defendants indexes; entries may include case file number, parties to the case, type of action, date and amount of judgment, and citation to the register of action volume and page number indexed.
|Todd County: Long Prairie: An Inventory of Its City Hospital Records
|Admission record book (1947-1956) and register of maternity patients (1953-1956).
|Todd County: Long Prairie: An Inventory of Its Records
|Clerk's registers of receipts and disbursements (1915-1971), village ordinances (1904-1955), poll lists/election registers and vote summaries (1949-1976), library board minutes (1914-1961) and a history of the city public library, and city health officer's record of dangerous diseases (1945-1959).
|Todd County: Long Prairie: Municipal Court: An Inventory of Its Dockets
|Civil and criminal dockets of the Long Prairie justices of the peace (1918-1956), and criminal dockets of the Long Prairie municipal court (1957-1968).
|Todd County: Staples: An Inventory of Its Records
|Registers of orders issued and clerk's record (1906-1949), jail register (1952-1954), register of licenses issued (1907-1931), water and light department inventories (1907-1925), water and light commission minutes (1907-1917), city charter (1908) and resolutions (1935-1958), petitions (1931-1958), election records (1956-1969), relief records (1927-1965), and other records of the municipal hospital, municipal truck scale, municipal power plant, municipal water treatment and sewage disposal plants, the Staples National Reemployment Service (1934-1936), and Todd County Emergency Relief Administration (1934).
|Todd County: Staples: Municipal and Justice Courts: An Inventory of Its Docket Books
|Docket books from the Municipal and Justice Courts of the city of Staples.
|Todd County: Staples Township: An Inventory of Its Birth and Death Records
|Birth and death register (1902-1907) and certificate records (1908-1963), and burial permits (1908-1943).
|Todd County: Staples Township: An Inventory of Its Records
|Clerk's books (1902-1966), treasurer's books (1914-1967), road petitions and orders (1902, 1906, 1952), miscellaneous annual town meeting records, financial statements, and election registers and records (1942, 1962-1986).
|Todd County: Superintendent of Schools: An Inventory of Its Consolidation Files
|Correspondence, election results, consolidation plats, and petitions for transfer.
|Todd County: Welfare Board: An Inventory of Its Minutes
|Minutes of the Emergency Relief Board (1934, 1936) and its successor, the Welfare Board (1937-1995).
|Harrison Bruce Tordoff and Family: An Inventory of Their Papers
|Biographical and family materials, correspondence, field investigation journals and other professional materials, files relating to ruffed grouse, and grouse hunting diaries of Tordoff, an internationally-acclaimed ornithologist and director of the James Ford Bell Museum of Natural History. Includes writings of and family materials collected by Tordoff's son Jeffrey.
|Tourism Office: An Inventory of Its Subject Files
|Correspondence, legal documents, minutes, financial records, news releases, information packets, reports, work plans, and related materials. .
|Tourist Club (Minneapolis, Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records
|Constitutions and bylaws, minutes, historical data, annual reports by officers and committee chairpersons, correspondence, membership lists, financial records (1896-1917), programs, study notebooks and scrapbooks (1890s), and newspaper clippings relating to club members and activities.
|Elisabeth J. Trach: An Inventory of Her Minnesota Vikings 2015 Playoff Game Photograph Collection
|Photographs from the January 10, 2016 Minnesota Vikings 2015 season
playoff football game against the Seattle Seahawks at TCF Bank Stadium in
Minneapolis. Collection includes images of players, outdoor gameplay,
scoreboard, and on-field entertainment.
Includes digital content.
|Trade and Economic Development Department: An Inventory of Its CANDO (Community and Neighborhood Development Organization) Pilot Project Files
|The records document the various administrative aspects of this project designed to stimulate and strengthen grassroots community-based development efforts statewide and encourage Minnesota's citizens to play a greater role in improving and revitalizing their communities and neighborhoods. Included are contracts, proposals and pilot group files, administrative files, training manual and resource guide files, and the 1991 final report. The files contain contracts, proposals, budget materials, legislation, goals and objectives, evaluation plans, activity reports, work plans, manuals, guides, and workshop materials.
|Trade and Economic Development Department: An Inventory of Its News Releases
|News releases covering activities of the department and its various divisions and offices.
|Trade and Economic Development Department: An Inventory of Its Published Records and Reports
|Reports, newsletters, and miscellaneous print and near-print items of or about the Trade and Economic Development Department.
|Trade and Economic Development Department: An Inventory of Its Star City Program Files
|Individual application files and administrative files
of this program established to help Minnesota communities with a population between 1,500 and
20,000 develop their organizational, marketing and problem solving abilities through a rigorous
course in economic development.
Includes digital content.
|Transportation Association of America: An Inventory of Its Records
|Records of a national lobbying and research organization formed to advocate for private ownership of the nation's transportation systems and to conduct research on transportation issues.
|Transportation Department: An Inventory of Its Audio Visual Materials
|Photograph prints and negatives
and movie reels depicting highway construction and repair projects;
road-building equipment and technology; road crews and field camps; dedication
ceremonies for completed transportation projects; project sites prior to road
construction, showing neighborhoods, commercial buildings, residences, and
bridges; historic site markers; and miscellaneous Transportation Department
Includes digital content.
|Transportation Department: An Inventory of Its Duluth Public Hearing Records
|Transcripts, public correspondence, and photographs from three different public informational meetings held in Duluth about State Project (S.P.) 6982-03 (I-35) and S.P.6925-41 (T.H. 61), regarding various proposed construction projects on I-35 and Highway 61. The Department of Highways became the Department of Transportation in 1976.
|Transportation Department: An Inventory of Its Drawings of Roadside Structures
|Drawings, sketches, and designs for roadside structures and improvements; many are design proposals for structures that may or may not have been built.
|Transportation Department: An Inventory of Its Highway Estimates
|Estimates of the cost of completing the national system of interstate and defense highways, and a 1966 estimate of the cost of carrying out the provisions of the Highway Beautification Act of 1965.
|Transportation Department: An Inventory of Its Interstate 35E Reports and Studies
|Print and near-print materials documenting the design and construction of Interstate 35E
|Transportation Department: An Inventory of Its Land Survey Records of Ronald D. Olson
|Includes subject files, land survey maps, and a photograph album.
|Transportation Department: An Inventory of Its Newspaper Clippings
|Clippings documenting departmental activities throughout the state. The 1976 clippings are presumed destroyed and the location of the 1978 clippings is unknown.
|Transportation Department: An Inventory of Its Published Records and Reports
|Reports, newsletters, and miscellaneous print and near-print items of or about the Transportation Department.
|Transportation Department: An Inventory of Its Railroad Abandonment Records
|Files documenting railroad applications to abandon sections of track; rail systems most heavily represented are Burlington Northern, Chicago and North Western, Milwaukee Road, and Soo Line.
|Transportation Department: An Inventory of Its Railroad Crossing Stop Orders
|Orders for railroad crossing stops, correspondence, drawings, maps and photographs.
|Transportation Department: An Inventory of Its Y2K Project Files
|Files documenting the development and management of the Transportation Department's plan for Year 2000 compliance to insure that the department's delivery of products and services would be uninterrupted as its information and computer resources converted to the twenty-first century.
|Transportation Department: Bridge Division: An Inventory of Its Bridge Plans
|Plans documenting construction (1964-1965) and repair (1977) of Minneapolis' Bridge No. 9340 and construction (1962-1965) and repair (1974-1975) of St. Paul's Bridge No. 9800.
|Transportation Department: Bridge Division: An Inventory of Its Bridge Research Files
|Research files compiled by Department of Transportation employee, Martin Herbers.
|Transportation Department: Bridge Division: An Inventory of Its Subject Files
|Records documenting numerous aspects of the construction and maintenance of Minnesota's bridges.
|Transportation Department: Commissioner's Office: An Inventory of Its Emergency Orders
|Arranged in order of agency-assigned order number, which is roughly chronological.
|Transportation Department: Commissioner's Office: An Inventory of Its Office Correspondence
|Correspondence and memoranda sent or received by the commissioner, deputy and assistant commissioners, division heads, chief of staff, and various engineers.
|Transportation Department, Planning and Programming Division: An Inventory of Its Traffic Analysis Reports
|Traffic analysis reports and system planning and analysis reports and origin and destination studies.
|Transportation Department. Rates and Regulations Office: An Inventory of Its Rail and Motor Carrier Annual Reports
|Annual reports of rail and motor carriers operating in the state of Minnesota.
|Transportation Regulation Board: An Inventory of Its Motor Transportation Hearing Transcripts
|Transcripts of hearings held before the Office of Administrative Hearings for the Transportation Regulation Board.
|Transportation Regulation Board: An Inventory of Its Records
|Records of this quasi-judicial independent agency, which regulated “for hire” transportation (anyone who transported freight or people for pay) within the state of Minnesota.
|Transportation Study Board: An Inventory of Its Records
|Minutes, agenda materials, subject files, and reports of this board established by the Legislature to recommend a program for meeting Minnesota's surface transportation needs for the 21st century.
|Traverse County, Minnesota: An Inventory of Telephone Directories at the Minnesota Historical Society
|A collection of telephone directories for cities in Traverse 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.
|Traverse County: Arthur Township: An Inventory of Its Birth and Death Records
|Birth and death register (1881-1900) and birth (1908-1945) and death (1908-1952) certificates. Includes permits for burial or removal.
|Traverse County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Civil and Criminal Case Files
|Files numbered 1-9,408. Also includes civil case file exhibits (1916-1970), unnumbered case file transcripts (1913-1916), and transcripts and records of testimony (1921-1941).
|Traverse County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Naturalization Records and Index
|Personal name index, declarations of intention, final papers, petition and record, lists of citizenship petitions granted, loose naturalization papers, and miscellaneous correspondence.
|Traverse County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Real Estate Tax Judgment Books
|Traverse County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Registers of Actions
|Nos. 289-10732. Indexed.
|Traverse County: District Court: An Inventory of Its Registration and Certificate Records
|Records or registers for optometrists, chiropractors, veterinarians, ministers, Medical Examiners Board certificates, and basic science certificates; and license record for stallions certified by the Stallion Registration Board (1907-1918).
|Traverse County: Juvenile Court: An Inventory of Its Records
|Petitions for guardianship or commitment of dependent and/or delinquent children, the probate judge's orders thereon, and some related documents.
|Traverse County: Probate Court: An Inventory of Its Registers of Probate Actions
|A record of documents filed and other actions taken in each probate case. Arranged in two series.
|Traverse County: Probate Court: An Inventory of Its Will Books
|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.
|Leo Treadway: An Inventory of his Dragon Festival Files
|Working files of St. Paul community activist Leo Treadway documenting his involvement in an annual pan-Asian community event held each year in St. Paul, as well as some materials relating to other Asian-American events and organizations, including the Lake Superior Dragon Boat Festival and Theater Mu.
|Leo Treadway: An Inventory of His Papers
bylaws, minutes, financial reports, notes, newsletters, brochures, miscellaneous
printed matter, and newspaper clippings collected by a leading Minnesota gay
Includes digital content.
|Leo Treadway: An Inventory of GLBT Pride Festival Photographs
|Views of vendor booths at the 25th anniversary celebration of Gay
Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Pride Day, Minneapolis.
Includes digital content.
|Treasurer: An Inventory of Its Civil War Allotment Rolls and Related Correspondence
|Lists of soldiers in the various Minnesota regiments, authorizing and/or recording deductions from their pay, which were to be transmitted to the state treasurer for distribution to assignees. Also includes correspondence files from soldiers and allottees, bids for materials, and relief payment records.
|Treasurer: An Inventory of Its Correspondence and Related Files
|Correspondence, including letters sent and received, relating to all aspects of the office’s administration and organization
|Treasurer: An Inventory of Its Miscellaneous Ledgers
|Various ledgers kept by the treasurer’s office containing assorted state accounts.
|Treasurer: An Inventory of Its Miscellaneous Records
|Miscellaneous records detailing a wide range of topics related to the treasurer's office.
|Treasurer: An Inventory of Its Subject Files
|Files kept by the treasurer’s office covering a variety of issues.
|Treasurer: An Inventory of Its World War I Bonus Fund Warrant Record
|Record listing warrant number, date, amount, when paid, who issued to, and application number.
|N.J. Trenham: An Inventory of His Reserve Photograph Album
|According to the cover of the album, "This collection of views is
intended to represent the appearance of the village of Glenwood in the
Includes digital content.
|Trinity Lutheran Church (St. Paul, Minn.): An Inventory of Its Parish Records
|Parish registers, containing records of marriages, baptisms, and deaths (1870-1943); minutes of meetings of the congregation (1875-1937), the church council (1911-1924), and the board of deacons (1915-1932); treasurer's account books (1894-1926) and other financial records; minutes and accounts of the Ladies Aid (1872-1939), the Luther League (1896-1923), and the Junior League (1920-1924, 1934-1940); and miscellany, including the constitution and bylaws of a singing society organized in 1873 and a 70th anniversary pamphlet. Most of the records are in Norwegian, with records of the Luther League and Junior League in English.
|Trinity Lutheran Church (Saint Paul, Minn. : 1855-): An Inventory of Its Records
|Parish record books, ministerial records, minute books, historical and background information, records of parish organizations, and financial and real estate records of a German Lutheran congregation established in St. Paul in 1855.
|Trip Shakespeare (Musical group): An Inventory of Its Records
|Audio recordings, press, fan mail, management contracts, fan club miscellany, a few photographs, and related materials of an American rock band formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the 1980s.
|Tri-State Waters Commission: An Inventory of Its Annual Reports
|Annual reports detailing the administration of the commission.
|Tri-State Waters Commission: An Inventory of Its Red River of the North Drainage Basin Maps and Graphs
|Maps and graphs either created or used by the commission.
|Tri-State Waters Commission: An Inventory of Its Records
|Records documenting the activities of this commission established to study the use and control of that portion of the Red River of the North and its drainage basin lying within the boundaries of Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
|Frank Trnka: An Inventory of His Records
|Papers of anti-war activist Frank Trnka. The bulk of the collection consists of newsletters, correspondence, statements, and press clippings related to The Honeywell Project, an activist group that protested Honeywell's manufacturing of weapons from the late 1960s to 1990. The collection also contains materials related to Trnka's activism in the areas of war tax resistance, ending the death penalty, and combating world hunger. Trnka's personal scrapbook regarding his activism in the 1980s, and his travel memoir to France are also included.
|William J. Trygg: An Inventory of His Papers
|Legal and background papers related to the work of an appraiser for the Indian Claims Commission. The papers are largely organized by docket and Royce designation and include tree tally sheets, land sale information, documentation of terrain, abstracts from U.S. Land Surveyors' Field Notes, printed reports, and court exhibits.
|Emily Anne Staples Tuttle: An Inventory of Her Papers
legislative activities files documenting Tuttle's political activities,
especially as a member of the Minnesota State Senate (1977-1980), and a
candidate for the nomination for lieutenant governor with Mike Hatch (1990).
Also includes correspondence and reports of numerous boards, committees, and
organizations on which Tuttle served. Tuttle was involved in, among others,
issues concerning education, arts, gender equality, a United Way adoption bill.
Includes digital content.
|Twentieth Century Club: An Inventory of Its Records
|Minutes (1904-1962), historical data (1905-1918), membership booklets (1909-1958), and scrapbooks (1900-1962) of an organization begun in 1900 as the Young Matrons' Club. The members were young women with children who met to discuss child rearing and household tasks. In 1917 the name was changed to reflect its broader interests and it became affiliated with the Minnesota Federation of Women's Clubs. It ceased operating in the 1960s.
|20th Century Radicalism in Minnesota Oral History Project.: An Inventory of Its Records
|These 70 interviews document
the role of left-wing radicalism in shaping Minnesota's political culture.
Radicals who were active in the decades up to 1960 were interviewed, including
men and women, members of various left-wing political parties and unaffiliated
activists, artists, organizers and WPA workers. 37 interviews were generated
between 1986 and 1989 as part of the Radicalism Project at the Minnesota
Historical Society, under project director Carl Ross. 33 interviews were
transcribed from previously collected interviews and added to the project.
Includes digital content.
|20th Company, 5th Regiment, Marines: An Inventory of the Album
|Views of the regiment
in France, Germany and the United States during World War I.
Includes digital content.
|Twin Cities Archives Round Table: An Inventory of Its Records
|Minutes, correspondence, financial and membership records, meeting files, newsletters, and brochures of a regional archival association based in the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area (Minn.), but also with members elsewhere in Minnesota and in neighboring states. The collection documents the activities and concerns of the organization and its members and includes information on archival programs and resources in the region.
|Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant: An Inventory of Its Plant Files
|Facility blueprints, company newspapers, photographs, reports, procedures, and other printed material documenting a small arms and artillery ammunition plant operated by Federal Cartridge Corporation in Arden Hills, Minnesota, from 1942 to 1992. Photographs, mainly of machinery and building sites but including work stoppages/labor strikes and some personnel, constitute the collection's bulk. Reports include both fire and explosion investigations (1952) and standard operating procedures (1966, 1969). Begun as the Twin Cities Ordnance Plant, the site was renamed the Arsenal (1946) and the Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant (1963).
|Twin Cities Biomedical Consortium. Consumer Health Information Committee: An Inventory of Its Records
|Minutes (1978-1983); correspondence (1979-1983); conference and workshop files (1980-1981); papers, bibliographies, and newsletters (1976-1983); subject files (1976-1983); surveys (1980-1983); and a photograph (approximately 1978-1983) from an organization that published a monthly newsletter aimed toward educating librarians and laypeople about the availability of health science resources.
|Twin Cities Coalition of Labor Union Women: An Inventory of Its Records
|Records documenting the formation and activities of a local chapter of a national alliance of women labor union members.
|Twin Cities Dunkers (Club : Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records
|Records of the Twin Cities Dunkers (formerly Minneapolis Dunkers), an organization which recognizes individuals and groups for their athletic achievements and provides financial support to area high school sports teams. Includes: event, meeting, and yearly programming materials and photographs; rosters and rule books; biographical files, correspondence, and photographs regarding co-founder and longtime member of the organization Norm McGrew, and scrapbooks and miscellany for the organization.
|Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus: An Inventory of Its Records
|Newsletters, publicity material, and concert programs of the Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus, organized in 1981 to provide the opportunity for a fellowship of gay and gay-sensitive men to build a community spirit by singing together.
|Twin Cities Medical Society (Minneapolis, Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records
|Organizational records of the Twin Cities Medical Society. Includes records created by the Society's preceding organizations: the Ramsey County Medical Society, the Hennepin County Medical Society, the West Metro Medical Society, the East Metro Medical Society, and related auxiliary groups. Includes newsletters, meeting minutes, annual reports, organizational bylaws, officers' and committee files, scrapbooks, and other administrative records.
|Twin Cities Metropolitan Planning Commission: An Inventory of Its Federal Grant Project Files
|Administrative, background, and report files for urban planning grants made to the commission by federal government agencies.
|Twin Cities Metropolitan Planning Commission: An Inventory of Its Maps
|Maps of predominant land use, townships and incorporated areas, and census tracts in the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area.
|Twin Cities Metropolitan Planning Commission: An Inventory of Its Records
|Records of the commission, its executive and other committees, several task forces and special study groups, and individual commission members.
|Twin Cities Monthly Meeting (Society of Friends : Saint Paul, Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records
|Minutes, correspondence, newsletters, and other records of the Twin Cities Friends Meeting, a Quaker society organized in 1949.
|Twin Cities Musicians Union Local 30-73 Photograph Collection
|Views of union activities, including social events and Minnesota Opera strike in 1993. Bulk of the collection is views of musicians and musical groups, many are unidentified. Also includes one folder of promotional materials.
|Twin Cities Opera Guild: An Inventory of Its Records
|Minutes, annual meeting reports, candlelight dinner programs, newsletters, publicity materials, and other records of an organization founded to promote public interest in opera.
|Twin Cities Public Television: An Inventory of Its Videorecordings
|Interviews conducted by Beth Friend with people from all walks of life (mainly Minnesotans), including influential people in the arts, sports, politics, government and business, and people who have struggled in life, overcome obstacles and share their experiences.
|Twin City Rapid Transit Company: An Inventory of Its Photograph Collection
|Views of streetcars and work equipment operated by the Twin City Rapid Transit Company and its subsidiaries. Includes exterior and interior views of cars, company shops and yards, Lake Minnetonka express boats, and Wildwood Park.
|Twin Cities Women for Take Back the Night: An Inventory of Its Records
|Articles of incorporation, minutes, financial information, publicity items (including brochures in braille), and related planning materials documenting the activities of an organization that coordinated annual rallies, workshops, and marches in the Twin Cities to protest violence against women and children.
|Twin City Milk Producers Association: An Inventory of Its Records
|Correspondence, newspaper clippings, magazine
articles, historical information, agreements and contracts, bulletins, and
similar files documenting the activities of a cooperative marketing association
organized in 1915 to standardize practices in the marketing, pricing, and
grading of dairy products among producers and dairies in the Twin Cities
Metropolitan Area (Minn.).
Includes digital content.
|Twin City Rapid Transit Company: An Inventory of Its Corporate Records
|Records of the
company (and its subsidiaries and successors) that operated the streetcar and
local bus system in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area from 1891 until
Includes digital content.
|Tyler Relief Commission: An Inventory of Its Tyler Tornado Relief Records
|Correspondence, minutes, financial records, lists of claimants, and miscellany of the Tyler Relief Commission, appointed by Governor J. A. A. Burnquist to aid victims of a tornado that had devastated the Lincoln County (Minn.) town of Tyler in August, 1918.
|Robinson Tyndale: An Inventory of His Papers Related to the Carver Land Grant
|Deeds, indentures, depositions, and other legal documents related to the Carver land grant, a territory that included hundreds of square miles in western Wisconsin and eastern Minnesota supposedly given to explorer Jonathan Carver by two Dakota chiefs in 1767, and that was the basis for subsequent land claims and speculation in the first half of the nineteenth century. The collection was compiled by Robinson Tyndale, a Philadelphia-based merchant in the China trade and land speculator, and documents what has been called one of the most notorious western land ventures in American history.