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Ferdinand Uebel: An Inventory of His Papers P1243
Personal and family papers related to Ferdinand Uebel's interest in fencing, his role as a fencing instructor, and his involvement with Twin Cities area athletic and fencing organizations.
Herman Uebel: An Inventory of the St. Paul Turners Album sv000339
St. Paul Turners, 1902-1937Views of the St. Paul Turners and their activities including picnics; exercising; marching drills; high jump; pole vault; contests and races; gymnastics exhibitions at various Minnesota locations; participation in the St. Paul Winter Carnival; and national Turnfests in Indianapolis, Indiana, and Buffalo and Rochester, New York. Also exterior and interior views of the St. Paul Turner Hall on Wabasha Street and portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Uebel.

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Brenda Ueland: An Inventory of Her Papers 00099
Portrait of Brenda UelandPapers documenting the life (1891-1985) and career of a Minneapolis feminist and author.

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Brenda Ueland Family: An Inventory of Its Photographs sv000129
Clara Hampson Ueland, circa 1895Photographs of Brenda Ueland and her family, including her parents Andreas and Clara Hampson Ueland and her daughter Gabrielle. Also photographs of her siblings, friends, Andreas's first wife Anna and Brenda's third husband Sverre Hanssen.

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Union Gospel Mission: An Inventory of Its Records 00040
Minute books, financial records, and subject files of a St. Paul evangelistic and social service organization that was established in 1902 and provided religious services, meals, and shelter for transient and homeless men. Includes articles of incorporation, newspaper clippings, handbills, brochures, correspondence, and a few photographs.
Union Veterans' Union. John A. Logan Regiment, No. 2: An Inventory of Its Records P2513
Miscellaneous records of a local chapter of a patriotic and mutual benefit organization composed of Union Civil War veterans, and also open to their sons and grandsons.
United and Children's Hospitals Retirees Club: An Inventory of Its Records 00931
Historical data; administrative files; and scrapbooks of a social and fund-raising organization formed in 1986 to encourage social interaction among retirees of United and Children's hospitals and predecessors St. Luke's, Charles T. Miller, and Riverview Memorial hospitals.
United Arts Council and Services: An Inventory of Its Records 00457
Administrative and programmatic records of a St. Paul umbrella association serving arts and cultural organizations in the Twin Cities metropolitan area.
United Church of Christ: Minnesota Conference: An Inventory of Its Conference Records at the Minnesota Historical Society 00098
Correspondence, subject files, minutes, financial records, annual meeting and committee files, and records of and about individual congregations, all documenting the Minnesota Conference of the United Church of Christ (formed in 1957) and its merged predecessors, the Congregational Conference of Minnesota and the Northern Synod of the Evangelical and Reformed Church.
United Handicapped Federation: An Inventory of Its Records 00172
Organizational records documenting the history of a social action organization that represented the physically and mentally handicapped in the Twin Cities metropolitan area (Minn.). Records include correspondence, minutes, financial records, a constitution and by-laws, rosters, grant proposals, legal documents, reports, subject files, brochures, newspaper and magazine clippings, newsletters, and printed matter.
United Hospital: An Inventory of Its Records 00220
Corporate documents, board and committee minutes, historical background information, interview transcripts, annual meeting records and reports, financial records, newsletters, staff and employee records, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, and photographs documenting United Hospital and the four predecessor hospitals that merged to create it: St. Luke's, Charles T. Miller, Children's, and Riverview Memorial. The collection contains administrative records of all these institutions, including those of their women's auxiliaries. The records describe the conditions leading to the mergers, especially relating to high medical costs and declining use, and the negotiations finalizing the mergers. There is also information on the construction and dedication of the new United Hospital in 1980.
United Power Association: An Inventory of Its Records 00533
Records of an Elk River, Minnesota-based rural electric cooperative that supplied wholesale electric power to twelve or more consumer-owned electric utilities located in central and northern Minnesota and portions of northwestern Wisconsin. Includes records of predecessor Rural Cooperative Power Association, and of the Northern Minnesota Power Association, which merged with United Power in 1972.
United Spanish War Veterans: An Inventory of Its Records 00458
Records documenting the activities of the Minnesota Department of the United Spanish War Veterans, its women's auxiliary, its local camps, and the national office. Also included are a few records of related organizations.
United States Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District: An Inventory of Its Records 00505
Permit files, project maps, correspondence, and other records of the St. Paul district office of the United States Army Corps of Engineers, a major army command that provides engineering services for the United States Army and Air Force and is also involved in water-related civil engineering work.
United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. St. Paul District: An Inventory of Its Rochester Flood and Flood Control Planning Photograph Collection sv000307
View for flood control planningColor photographs by the United States Army Corps of Engineers, Saint Paul District, document 1975 flood control planning, 1978 flooding, and 1980-1982 flood control planning in Rochester and the surrounding area. Views show the course of the Zumbro River and other creeks, namely Cascade Creek and Bear Creek, with aerial and street-level images of roads, businesses, neighborhoods, and parks affected by flooding and flood control planning. Photographs are mostly identified and have United States Army Corps of Engineers number identifiers. Flood control planning includes photographs of drawings and maps as well as photocopies of images with identification of streets and businesses.

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United States. Army. Infantry, 5th: An Inventory of Its Order Books 00480
Order book, March 1819-August 1821Two original order books, and a microfilm copy of a third in another repository and photostatic copies of portions of it, of the United States Army 5th Infantry Regiment, which was headquartered in Detroit and constructed and garrisoned Fort Snelling in the 1820s.

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United States Army Infantry Regiment, 28th: An Inventory of Its Summary Court Records P2239
Completed form reports recording charges, judgments, and sentences for minor infractions filed against enlisted men in Summary Court.
United States. Army. Military Commission (Sioux War Trials : 1862): An Inventory of Its Records 01356
Proceedings of the military commission that gathered evidence concerning the participation of Dakota and mixed descent Indians in the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862.
United States Army Quartermaster Corps: An Inventory of Its Consolidated Correspondence File Relating to Fort Snelling M222
Largely correspondence and returns concerned with the purchase and distribution of stores for Fort Snelling, Minnesota, construction and repair of post facilities, and raising of crops and livestock.
United States. Bankruptcy Court (Minnesota): An Inventory of Its Records 01337
Cover letters, 1983-1991Includes chronological judicial decisions and accompanying cover letters (1983-2009) by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of Minnesota. Established in 1979, in response to the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1978, this collection of appellate judicial decisions document judges' treatment of the Minnesota cases and their development of the substantive and procedural law under the 1978 Code.

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United States Bureau of Indian Affairs: An Inventory of Selected Bureau Files Regarding Minnesota Chippewa Agencies 00588
Photocopied records selected from files in the Bureau of Indian Affairs, gathered together by a researcher for a doctoral dissertation on White Earth Reservation (Minn.) Indian claims. They include White Earth Agency central files (1890-1937), Chippewa Commission correspondence and biweekly reports (1894-1900), Consolidated Chippewa Agency files (1922-1939), Red Lake Agency central files (1909-1939), Chippewa logging files (1903-1924), and some financial records from the Leech Lake (1902-1908) and White Earth (1908-1921) agencies.
U.S. Census Office Nonpopulation Census Schedule: Minnesota, 1860-1880: Guide to the Use of this Microfilm gr00691
Agriculture, manufacturing, mortality, and social statistics censuses.
United States Coast Guard: An Inventory of Its Lighthouse Keeper Registers 00434
Indexes and registers for the Great Lakes region listing U.S. Coast Guard lighthouse keepers.
United States Department of the Interior: An Inventory of Selected Records Relating to Wagon Roads m0090
Microfilm copies of selected correspondence, reports, and other papers relating to the construction of wagon roads from Fort Ridgely to the South Pass, and the Niobara-Virginia City wagon road. A branch of the latter was surveyed from the Minnesota border to the Cheyenne River.
United States Department of the Interior. Indian Division: An Inventory of Selected Files Relating to Minnesota and Northern Plains Indian Affairs P1548
Photocopied files relating to Indian affairs in Minnesota and neighboring states, and to the Dakota Indians of the northern plains. They concern such matters as land cessions, claims for damages incurred during hostilities, management of Indian agencies, sale of timber on Ojibwe land, meetings of tribal and U.S. government representatives, furnishing of supplies to the Dakota Indians, and general government relations with the Dakota and Ojibwe.
United States Department of the Treasury. Office of the Third Auditor: An Inventory of Its Claims of the State of Minnesota for Reimbursement of Civil War Expenses m0636
Primarily audit reports, abstracts, and other accounting records (1862-1888) related to the audit and settlement by the Office of the Third Auditor, U.S. Department of the Treasury, of Minnesota Indian War claims against the federal government for reimbursement of military expenses incurred for the service of citizen militia and home guard units during the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862. Also present are a smaller number of analogous documents (1862-1887) pertaining to the state's claims for reimbursement of expenditures for state troops that served in the Civil War, which were settled jointly with its Indian War claims.
United States Department of the Treasury. Office of the Third Auditor: An Inventory of Its Claims of the State of Minnesota Relating to Indian Wars m0635
Vouchers and related documents submitted to the U. S. Department of the Treasury by the state of Minnesota to substantiate its claims against the federal government for reimbursement of military expenses incurred for the service of citizen militia and home guard units during the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862.
United States District Court Monitor for the Welsch Consent Decree: An Inventory of Its Welsch Consent Decree Files welsch
Records relating to the Welsch consent decree, the result of a landmark court case that led to major changes in the treatment of Minnesota's institutionalized mentally retarded citizens.
United States General Accounting Office: An Inventory of Its Report In Re: Petition of the Sioux Tribe of Indians M617
Audit performed by the General Accounting Office in response to a suit filed in U.S. Court of Claims by the Sioux Tribe of Indians in May 1923, which contended that the United States had not fulfilled its obligations arising from various treaties, acts, and agreements between the tribe and the United States government.
United States General Accounting Office: An Inventory of Its Selected Reports and Accounts Relating to Fort Snelling 01277
Microfilmed reports and accounts of the Second Auditor's and Third Auditor's offices, submitted by personnel stationed at Fort Snelling.
U. S. General Land Office: An Inventory of Its Land Files, Miscellaneous gr00661
Records documenting the variety of issues dealt with by the general land office in regard to the transfer of title to public land in Minnesota from the federal government to private individuals, corporations, and the state of Minnesota.
U. S. General Land Office: An Inventory of Its Original Entry Tract Books and Index gr00666
Tract books kept by the Minnesota local offices of the General Land Office to provide a consolidated record of the initial transfer of title to federal land from the United States to private parties or to the state of Minnesota.
U.S. General Land Office: An Inventory of Its Railroad Selection Lists glo013
Lists of land parcels selected by congressional land grant railroads from the public domain as indemnity for land that was unavailable from their original grants.
U.S. General Land Office: An Inventory of Its State Trust Fund Land Selection and Approved Lists glo014
An incomplete set of selection and approved lists for various categories of Minnesota state trust fund lands.
U.S. General Land Office, Alexandria Land District (Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records glo004
Correspondence; registers of homestead, military bounty land, and timber culture entries; patent records; land contest records; and related materials covering land transfers in northwestern Minnesota.
U. S. General Land Office: Cass Lake Land District: An Inventory of Its Records gr00440
Correspondence, registers of homestead and other types of land entries, patent records, land contest records, and related materials covering land transfers in northwestern Minnesota.
U.S. General Land Office, Crookston Land District (Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records glo009
Correspondence; registers of homestead and other types of land entries; patent records, land contest records; and related materials covering land transfers in northwestern Minnesota.
U.S. General Land Office, Duluth Land District: A Description of Its Ditch Notices glo001
Notices of public hearings on proposed drainage ditches, other watercourse improvements, and related roads and structures in north central Minnesota.
U.S. General Land Office, Duluth Land District (Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records glo002
Correspondence; registers of homestead and other types of land entries; patent records; land contest records, and related materials covering land transfers in northeastern Minnesota.
U.S. General Land Office, Minneapolis Land District: An Inventory of Its Records glo005
Correspondence; registers of homestead, agricultural college, military bounty land, and Sioux half-breed scrip entries; patent records; land contest records; and related materials covering land transfers in central Minnesota.
U.S. General Land Office, Red Wing Land District (Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records glo011
Correspondence; registers of homestead, agricultural college, military bounty land, Indian reservation land, Sioux half-breed scrip, and timber culture entries; patent records; land contest records; and related materials covering land transfers in southern Minnesota.
U.S. General Land Office, Root River Land District (Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records glo015
Correspondence; registers of homestead, agricultural college, military bounty land, and timber culture entries; patent records; land contest records; and related materials covering land transfers in southern Minnesota.
U.S. General Land Office, Saint Cloud Land District (Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records glo006
Correspondence; registers of homestead, agricultural college, Indian allotment, military bounty land, Sioux half-breed scrip, miscellaneous scrip, and timber culture entries; patent records; land contest records; and related materials covering land transfers in central, north central, and northwestern Minnesota.
U.S. General Land Office, Stillwater Land District: An Inventory of Its Records glo007
Correspondence, registers of homestead and agricultural college scrip entries; patent records; land contest records; and related materials covering land transfers in northeastern and east central Minnesota.
U.S. General Land Office, Winona Land District (Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records glo008
Correspondence; registers of homestead, agricultural college scrip, half-breed scrip, military bounty land, and timber culture entries; patent records; purchase records for Indian reservation lands; land contest records; and related materials covering land transfers in southern Minnesota.
U.S. Government peace commission with the Indians: An Inventory of Its Photographs sv000194
Commission members posed with young Arapaho woman: General Alfred Howe Terry, General William S. Harney, General William 
                      Tecumseh Sherman, Arapaho woman, John B. Sanborn, Colonel Samuel F. Tappan, General Christopher C. AugerPhotographs documenting the U.S. Government Peace Commission's trip to Fort Laramie, Wyoming to investigate the conditions of Native American tribes. Images include portraits of commission members, the Native Americans who traveled with them and views of Fort Laramie and the surrounding area. Also includes several Native American portraits and two views of houses in Washington, D.C.

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United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration: An Inventory of Its George Nelson NASA Photographs sv000184
Portrait of astronaut candidate George D. Nelson in blue flight suit, 1978Official photographs of George "Pinky" Nelson's career with NASA. Collection includes formal portraits, crew portraits, and candid photographs from space missions. Photographs primarily document Nelson's service in space flight missions STS-41C Challenger (1984), STS-61C Columbia (1986), and STS-26 Discovery (1988).

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United States Office of Indian Affairs: An Inventory of Its Chippewa Annuity Rolls M390
Annuity rolls and related records for Minnesota Ojibwe Indian bands who were paid annuities by the federal government under various treaties between 1841 and 1907. They include the names of Indian and half-breed heads of families, the names or the number of other family members (primarily women and children), and the amount of annuity paid.
United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Dakota Superintendency: An Inventory of Its Records 00298
Letters received and sent, accounts, and miscellany concerning all aspects of the administration of Indian affairs within the jurisdiction of the Dakota Superintendency, 1861-1870 and 1877-1878. They primarily concern the several Dakota groups but also including at various times bands from other tribes.
United States Office of Indian Affairs: An Inventory of Its Indian Census Rolls m0559
Microfilm (selected reels) of census rolls submitted each year by agents or superintendents in charge of reservations. The data on the rolls varies but usually includes English and/or Indian name, roll number, age or birth date, sex, and relationship to head of family. Reels included in this selection focus on Minnesota Ojibwe (Chippewa) and Dakota (Sioux) bands, though numerous Wisconsin and North Dakota groups are also included.
United States. Office of Indian Affairs: An Inventory of Its Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs M175
Selected microfilm reels of letters, reports, and other papers concerning Indian populations, education, health, agriculture, subsistence, warfare, land transactions, annuities, depredations, claims, traders, agency employees and administration, and other aspects of the federal government's relations with Indian tribes under the administration of various agencies and superintendencies. The files selected pertain primarily to the Ojibwe, Dakota, Winnebago, Sauk, and Fox, but also to the Blackfeet, Cheyenne, Crow, Mandan, Ottawa, Pawnee, and other tribes of the upper Midwest and plains area.
United States. Office of Indian Affairs: An Inventory of Its List of Sioux Scouts & Soldiers 00334
A list of members of the Sisseton, Wahpeton, Mdewakanton, and Wahpekute bands of Dakota Indians who served as scouts or soldiers of the U.S. Army during the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 and the Civil War, and of their heirs. It was compiled by special agent Samuel H. Elrod to determine their eligibility for annuity payments authorized by an 1891 act of Congress.
United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Northern Superintendency: An Inventory of Its Records M527
Primarily correspondence, reports, procedural issuances, financial documents, licenses, and various other records that were either created by or received by the superintendent. They document the entire spectrum of the management of Indian affairs within the Northern Superintendency, which was established in 1851 as successor to the Michigan and Wisconsin superintendencies and (after 1856) the Minnesota superintendency. It was responsible for Indian tribes resident in Wisconsin and Minnesota, and certain tribes or agencies in Michigan and Nebraska. It was discontinued on June 30, 1876.
United States. Office of Indian Affairs: An Inventory of Its Records Concerning Traders' Claims Against the Chippewas and Winnebagos 00097
Selected accounts, with related memoranda, of goods furnished on credit by various traders to Ojibwe and Winnebago Indians, submitted to document the traders' claims for reimbursement. Most of the accounts consist of ledger pages detailing the items sold to specific individuals.
United States Office of Indian Affairs: An Inventory of Its Selected Records P2669
Negative photocopies, a microfilm reproduction, and typed transcripts of manuscript letters, reports, circulars, Indian censuses, maps, drawings, and other documents concerning the Sioux (Dakota), Chippewa (Ojibwe) and Winnebago Indians under the jurisdiction of the Michigan and St. Louis superintendencies in present-day Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan.
United States Office of Indian Affairs: An Inventory of Its Selected Sioux (Dakota) Annuity and Census Rolls m0405
Annuity and census rolls and related records for Dakota Indian bands whose members were paid annuities by the federal government under various treaties negotiated between 1849 and 1935.
United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Superintendent of Indian Trade: An Inventory of Its Records 00344
The superintendent of Indian trade was responsible for purchasing trade goods, shipping them to the frontier, and receiving and disposing of furs. The letters communicate with factors or supervisors, businessmen, purchasing agents, and American consuls in other countries regarding these activities.
United States Office of Price Administration: An Inventory of World War II Ration Books and Stamps P944
A collection, from various sources, of ration books and stamps used by Minnesotans during World War II.
United States Olympic Festival (1990 : Twin Cities Metropolitan Area, Minn.): An Inventory of Its Olympic Festival Records P1867
Records documenting the Twin Cities Festival Organizing Committee's work in planning and promoting the U.S. Olympic Festival (July 6-15, 1990) held in the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area (Minn.), and various aspects of managing the participants, volunteers, and media during the festival.
U.S. Olympic Festival '90: An Inventory of Its Slide Collection sv000199
Views consist mainly of the sporting events, but includes the opening and closing ceremonies, the torch run, event guide (44 pages) and media guide (64 pages). The festival was held in the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area, July 6-15, 1990.
United States President's Quetico-Superior Committee: An Inventory of Its Records 00079
Correspondence, minutes (1934-74), printed materials, newspaper clippings, newsletters and news releases (1947-73), maps (1938-1950s), and legal files documenting the many activities of a committee established on June 30, 1934, by President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Executive Order No. 6783, to deal directly with U.S. government agencies in matters relating to conservation, preservation, and use of wilderness lands in northeastern Minnesota. The committee worked closely with the Quetico-Superior Council, a private organization sharing the same goals.
United States Railway Mail Service. 10th Division: An Inventory of Its Mail Train Schedules 00162
Periodic--monthly earlier on, then less frequently--pocket schedules issued by the 10th Division headquarters showing arrival times at all post offices of all trains serving the railway mail service in the division. The division included the upper peninsula of Michigan, and the states of Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and (for earlier years) Montana.
U. S. Selective Service System: Minnesota Headquarters: An Inventory of Its Circulars gr00438
Mimeographed memoranda, bulletins, reports, and other circular issuances sent from the office of the director of the Minnesota headquarters of the United States Selective Service System.
United States Small Business Administration: An Inventory of Its Minnesota Small Business Award Files P2354
Press releases and news clippings about recipients of its annual awards, including Minnesota Small Business Person, Small Business Exporter, Entrepreneurial Success, Young Entrepreneur, and various small business advocate awards and their respective companies.
United States Surveyor General of Minnesota: An Inventory of Its Accounting Records ussg03
Accounts of survey appropriations and expenditures.
United States Surveyor General of Minnesota: An Inventory of Its Contracts for Surveys ussg04
Contracts between the surveyor general and deputy surveyors for the survey of specified tracts of public land in Minnesota.
United States Surveyor General of Minnesota: An Inventory of Its Descriptive Lists of Survey Posts ussg05
Compiled lists describing survey reference posts and locations of section, quarter section, and meander posts for each township in Minnesota.
United States Surveyor General of Minnesota: An Inventory of Its Land Survey Field Notes ussg06
Handwritten copies of the notebooks kept by surveyors as they laid out the exterior and subdivision lines of each Minnesota township, recording survey reference points and marker posts and including plat drawings and comments on natural features.
United States Surveyor General of Minnesota: An Inventory of Its Land Survey Plats: Worksheets ussg02
Plat worksheets of Minnesota’s interior township boundaries made by the surveyor general’s office from deputy surveyor’s field notes.
United States Surveyor General of Minnesota: An Inventory of Its Letters Received and Sent ussg07
Correspondence relating to all aspects of the survey of public lands in Minnesota.
United States Surveyor General of Minnesota: An Inventory of Its Miscellaneous Maps and Lists gr02231
Plat maps and sketches showing progress of the Minnesota land survey, Indian reservation boundaries, part of the Fort Ripley and Red River Road, plats available from Jewett and Son, a list of townships surveyed, hand-drawn or blueprint plats of various towns and cities, and assorted survey plats of north central Minnesota.
United States Surveyor General of Minnesota: An Inventory of Its Miscellaneous Records ussg08
Annual and miscellaneous reports, inventories, manuals, various office work records, petitions for surveys, and timber agent accounts and correspondence.
United States Surveyor General of Minnesota: An Inventory of Its Plats of Township Boundaries ussg09
Plats of various township boundaries drawn by the surveyor general’s office from deputy surveyor’s field notes.
U. S. Surveyor General of Minnesota: An Inventory of Its Swamp Land Lists gr00653
List of swamp and overflowed land compiled by the U. S. Surveyor General from the field notes of the deputy surveyors; all public land designated swamp and overflowed was granted to the state of Minnesota by congressional acts in 1850 and 1860.
United States. War Department. An Inventory of Its Confidential and Unofficial Letters m0153
Two microfilmed letterbooks containing transcriptions of outgoing letters by departmental officials, including Lewis Cass and Albert M. Lea, who were involved with exploration of the upper Midwest.
United Transportation Union: An Inventory of its Chicago and North Western Railway Company Files 00072
Administrative, claim, and subject files of United Transportation Union and Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen lodges in Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, and Missouri in their relations with the Chicago and North Western Railway Company and its predecessor, the Chicago Great Western Railway Company.
United Way of the Saint Paul Area (Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records 00364
Records of the United Way of the Saint Paul Area pertaining to fund raising, long range planning, and fund distribution to member agencies.
Unity Church (St. Paul, Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records 00896
Headphones iconRecords of this Unitarian church, relating to its administration, membership, clubs, committees, affiliation with state and national Unitarian associations and buildings, as well as the correspondence and files of Arthur Foote, its minister from 1945 to 1970.

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University Baptist Church (Minneapolis, Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records 00839
Historical materials, constitutions, and bylaws; correspondence and related papers; meeting minutes; subject files; financial records; women's organizations; youth groups; and materials including church newsletters, bulletins, photographs, and related items.
University Club of Saint Paul: An Inventory of Its Records 01511
Minutes (1911-1985), correspondence (1904-1983), financial records (1911-1985), membership and subject files, F. Scott Fitzgerald Follies production files, and photographs (1973-1983) documenting a men's social club.
University Lesbian-Gay Community: An Inventory of Its Records P2398
Constitution, newsletters, correspondence, steering committee minutes, and other records of a lesbian and gay social organization at the University of Minnesota.
University of Minnesota College of Dentistry: An Inventory of the Album sv000312
University of Minnesota College of Dentistry, 1909-1913Exterior and interior views of the dental school at the University of Minnesota and miscellaneous views on the Minneapolis campus of the university. Also includes scenic views in and near the Twin Cities metropolitan area, including Como Park, Minnehaha Falls, lumbering scenes and Mendota, Minn.

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Upper Midwest American Indian Center (Minneapolis, Minn.): An Inventory of Its Center Records P2279
Records related to a United Fund agency created to serve the needs of the Native American community in Minneapolis.
Upper Midwest Region Association of College and University Housing Officers: An Inventory of Its Records 00193
Constitution and bylaws, executive committee minutes, annual conference materials, membership directories and brochures, and a historical sketch documenting the activities of an association organized to foster closer relationships among college and university housing officials in Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, and North and South Dakota.
Upper Midwest Regional Educational Laboratory: An Inventory of Its Records 00399
Records describing the administration, projects, research, and funding of a federally funded organization whose purpose was to coordinate communication and cooperation between existing educational agencies in North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Illinois. UMREL's primary focus was teacher preparation and experimental curriculum for the K-12 classroom.
Upper Midwest Women's History Center: An Inventory of Its Organizational Records 00734
Records and curriculum material (1980-1999) of the Upper Midwest Women's History Center, a regional teacher-training center founded in Minnesota that helped educators integrate women's curriculum into regular history classes.
B. F. (Benjamin Franklin) Upton: An Inventory of His Reserve Album sv000158
Cover of Reserve Album 318 Early Minnesota Scenes The bulk of the views showcase St. Paul and Minneapolis, Fort Snelling, St. Anthony Falls, Minnehaha Falls, Red River carts from Pembina, as well as some views from Hastings, Duluth, White Bear Lake, Sauk Rapids, and Rochester. Compiled from prints published by Edward A. Bromley from the original negatives by B.F. Upton.
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Urban Coalition Of Minneapolis: An Inventory of Its Records 00788
materials, subject, project and program files, published and internal reports, and committee and task force papers. Similar records of Urban Coalition Energy Programs, Inc. and Quality Weatherization and Construction Inc., two corporations that were founded by and out of the Urban Coalition of Minneapolis, are also included.
Urban Concerns Workshops, Inc.: An Inventory of Its Records P2612
Video iconRecords of a bipartisan organization created to help minorities and youth understand the political process.

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V. Simpson Company: An Inventory of Its Records 00491
Correspondence files, legal and estate papers, real estate and accounting records, and other materials documenting the history of a family mortage and real estate corporation that owned farms and other properties in several states, including Minnesota, Illinois, Iowa, Montana, North Dakota, and Wisconsin.
VSA Minnesota (Minneapolis, Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records 01333
Video iconOrganizational records created by VSA Minnesota, which provides artistic programs and services for children and adults with disabilities. Collection includes project and program files, including files on single projects, such as the Native American Very Special Arts Festival, as well as ongoing programs such as the Arts Ambassador Program and the Artist-in-Residence Program.

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Eva M. Valesh: An Inventory of Her Papers P0039
Microfilm copy and typed extract (69 p.) of a reminiscence (1952, 232 p.) of the life of Eva McDonald Valesh, an early newspaper woman and labor organizer in Minnesota, as well as a few miscellaneous personal papers (1891-1983).
Horatio P. Van Cleve and Family: An Inventory of Their Papers 00791
Correspondence, genealogical and biographical data, diaries, financial records, clippings, and miscellany of Horatio Phillips Van Cleve, a military officer and early Minnesota settler, his wife Charlotte Ouisconsin Clark, and various family members.
Sheldon Baird Vance: An Inventory of the Sheldon and Jean Vance Papers 00389
Papers of an American diplomat and his wife relating primarily to his years as American ambassador to the African nations of Chad and Zaire, as well as to earlier diplomatic service in such places as Brazil and France.
Vancouver, Westminster, Northern and Yukon Railway Company: An Inventory of Its Records 00661
Paid vouchers (1899-1902) and journal vouchers (1901-1903) documenting a railway in British Columbia.
Mark Vander Schaaf: An Inventory of His Grand Excursion 2004 Records 01242
Minutes, correspondence, reports, news clippings, transcripts of 1854 news accounts, posters, photographs, and miscellaneous documents relating to planning and implementation of the Grand Excursion of 2004, a recreation of the 1854 Grand Excursion that celebrated the completion of the Chicago and Rock Island Railroad from Chicago to Rock Island, Illinois, the first railroad connection to the Mississippi River. Like its predecessor, the 2004 event climaxed in a steamboat journey up the Mississippi from Illinois and Iowa to Minnesota.
Noah Vang: An Inventory of His Minnesota Coalition for Change, Obama 2008 Records 01119
Kids for ObamaCanvass and telephone call scripts and tally sheets, precinct captain files, events, brochures, volunteer efforts, and photographs documenting the Minnesota Campaign for Change, Obama 2008, with ties to both the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Part and the 2008 national Obama presidential campaign. Materials were compiled by Noah Vang, a Twin Cities-based volunteer on the campaign, and focus on engaging traditionally underrepresented audiences in politics and governance.
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Vance Vannote: An Inventory of His Women of White Earth Photograph Collection sv000227
Kimberly BleaserPortraits of women who were tribal members of White Earth in the late 1990s and who were documented by photographer Vance Vannote as a "contemporary perspective of women enrolled in the White Earth Reservation." The majority of the portraits in this collection were featured in Vannote's book Women of White Earth except for the photographs taken of Kathleen Renee Annette, Lena Desizlets, and Winona LaDuke. The portraits are arranged in the same order as each woman appears in Vannote’s book.

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Peter Vaughan: An Inventory of His Collection of Theater Programs 00575
Theater programs collected by Vaughan during his employment as theater critic for the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Some programs contain his annotations and folded posters and postcards announcing some productions are included for some theaters.
Bruce F. Vento: An Inventory of His Papers 00265
Congressional papers of Bruce F. Vento (DFL-Minn.), a St. Paul, Minnesota high school science teacher who served three terms in the state legislature (1971-1976) and 12 terms in the U.S. House of Representatives (1977-2000). The collection is particularly strong in its documentation of energy, financial, environmental, and humanitarian issues, legislation, and policy in the 1980s and 1990s.
Veteran Firemen's Association of St. Paul: An Inventory of Its Records P2306
Minutes and membership ledgers of a social, advocacy, and relief organization for retired St. Paul firemen.
Veterans Affairs Department: An Inventory of Its Annual Reports gr02162
Annual reports of the Department of Veterans' Affairs.
Veterans Affairs Department: An Inventory of Its Attorney General Rulings gr00471
Files concerning interpretation of rulings as relating to the status of veterans and their eligibility, and their beneficiaries eligibility for benefits and bonuses.
Veterans Affairs Department: An Inventory of Its Casualties Buried Outside Minnesota gr00746
Reports of burials of Minnesota soldiers who died in the Civil War, Spanish-American War, World War I, and World War II, and were buried outside Minnesota. Each report may list name of veteran, war and units served in, date and place of induction, date and place of birth, date and cause of death, address at time of death, attending physician, funeral director, name and address of next of kin, place of burial. The information on many of the forms is incomplete. These reports are also not comprehensive.
Veterans Affairs Department: An Inventory of Its Korean War Bonus Records gr00479
Index to and applications for for military service bonus payments to Minnesota veterans of the Korean War.
Veterans Affairs Department: An Inventory of Its Korean War Bonus Beneficiary Records and Index gr00480
Index to and applications for military service bonus payments to beneficiaries (members of the immediate family) of deceased Minnesota veterans of the Korean War. Minnesota Statutes 197.80 s4 (1957) defined who was eligible for compensation as a beneficiary.
Veterans Affairs Department: An Inventory of Its Korean War Bonus, Board of Review Files gr00470
Files concerning denials of Korea War bonus payments that were appealed to this review board.
Veterans Affairs Department: An Inventory of Its Korean War Denied Bonus Beneficiary Records gr00468
Denied files for beneficiaries of deceased Korean War soldiers and related personnel.
Veterans Affairs Department: An Inventory of Its Korean War Denied Bonus Records and Index gr00469
Index to and denied applications for military service bonus payments to Minnesota veterans of the Korean War.
Veterans Affairs Department: An Inventory of Its Korean War Transfer Records at the Minnesota Historical Society gr00467
Files (1950s-1960s) and cards (1950s-1980s, bulk 1970s-1980s) documenting the educational rehabilitation benefits (G. I. bill) granted to Korean War era soldiers.
Veterans Affairs Department: An Inventory of Its Registers of Educational and Other Assistance Programs va003
Registers of individuals enrolled in various veterans’ rehabilitation and education assistance programs, particularly World War I, World War II, and Korean War veterans and war orphans.
Veterans Affairs Department: An Inventory of Its Veterans Graves Registration Reports va001
Report forms for deceased veterans of the Civil and Indian wars, Spanish-American War, World Wars I and II, Korean War, and Vietnam War who are buried in Minnesota. They were compiled by the Veterans Affairs Department during the period 1930-1969. For the period 1970-1975, some counties (mainly Goodhue, Hennepin, Houston, Ramsey, and Swift) and the Fort Snelling cemetery continued to submit reports.
Veterans Affairs Department: An Inventory of Its World War II Bonus Records SAM 232
Applications for military service bonus payments to Minnesota veterans of World War II. They include data on the applicant's military service, proof of residence, and proof of honorable discharge (usually a copy of the discharge certificate).
Veterans Affairs Department: An Inventory of Its World War II Bonus Beneficiary Files SAM340
Approved files for beneficiaries of deceased World War II soldiers and related personnel who applied for bonus payments granted by the State of Minnesota pursuant to Minnesota Laws 1949, chapter 642.
Veterans Affairs Department: An Inventory of Its World War II Bonus Index SAM 232-I
An alphabetical index to the department’s World War II bonus records, World War II supplemental bonus files, and World War II denied bonus records.
Veterans Affairs Department: An Inventory of Its World War II Denied Bonus Appeal Records va008
Appeals of denied applications for military service bonus payments to both veterans and beneficiaries of deceased Minnesota veterans of World War II.
Veterans Affairs Department: An Inventory of Its World War II Denied Bonus Beneficiary Records va007
Denied applications for military service bonus payments to beneficiaries of deceased Minnesota veterans of World War II.
Veterans Affairs Department: An Inventory of Its World War II Denied Bonus Records gr00710
Denied applications for military service bonus payments to Minnesota veterans of World War II.
Veterans Affairs Department: An Inventory of Its World War II Late Bonus Claims Paid va005
Military service bonus payments to Minnesota veterans of World War II; paid between July 1954 and June 1975 through special legislation.
Veterans Affairs Department: An Inventory of Its World War II Supplemental Bonus Files SAM 341
Applications for military service bonus payments to Minnesota veterans of World War II that are not included in the main series of World War II bonus records (SAM 232).
Veterans Affairs Department: Commissioner's Office: An Inventory of Its Chronological Files gr02675
Copies of outgoing letters and memoranda of commissioners Donald M. Miller (1979-1980), Charles T. Pinkham (1981-1982), James H. Main (1982-1983), and William J. Gregg (1983-1986). They document all aspects of the daily administration of the department, including funding and budgeting, personnel issues, appointments, investigation of veteran's benefits claims and grievances, operation of the veterans homes in Minneapolis and Hastings, speaking engagements, legislation and implementation of pertinent laws, and relations with numerous veterans organizations. There are also responses drafted to correspondence originally received by the governor.
Veterans Affairs Department: Commissioner’s Office: An Inventory of Its Subject Files va002
Correspondence and subject files of the commissioner's office, regarding all facets of the
department.
Veterans Affairs Department: Hastings Veterans Home: An Inventory of Its Records gr01322
Admission and discharge register (1978-2013) and minutes (2002-2016) of various committees and councils of the Hastings Veterans Home.
Veterans Homes Board: An Inventory of Its Minutes and Agenda Packets gr02329
Minutes and agenda packets of this body, appointed by the governor, to oversee the veterans homes in Hastings, Luverne, Minneapolis, and Silver Bay. The files may include agendas, correspondence, board policies, executive committee meeting minutes, newspaper clippings, resolutions, hospital newsletter, brochures, administrator's reports, and executive directors' reports.
Veterans Service Building Commission: An Inventory of Its Records gr02755
Minutes and member correspondence, plans and specifications, contracts, abstracts of title, ledgers, budgets, and other materials.
Veteransville: An Inventory of Photographs sv000110
Julius Richter on a tractor breaking sod, Veteransville, 1922Views of Veteransville, a locality in White Pine Township of Aitkin County, where in 1922 disabled World War I veterans purchased 80-acre lots of farmland. Only a few families remained by the late 1920s, after finding the land mostly rocks and stumps. Views show buildings, men farming, and construction of a log building.

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Vietnam Era Oral History Project: An Inventory of Its Oral History Interviews oh179
Headphones iconNinety-five interviews document the experiences of Minnesotans during the Vietnam War era (1960-1975). Interviews take a life history approach, with a focus on the years of the United States war in Vietnam and Southeast Asia. Interviewees include Minnesota veterans who served during the Vietnam War; relatives of service members; Southeast Asian refugees and veterans who came to Minnesota after the war; and those involved in anti-war protests and related social movements in Minnesota.

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Vietnamese Community Oral History Project: An Inventory of Its Oral Histories oh125
Vietnamese Minnesotans speak about their experiences coming to Minnesota, being born in Minnesota, and living in both Vietnam and Minnesota. They discuss issues regarding their immigration, Vietnamese social life, customs, and language. All of the narrators express their hopes for themselves, personally, and the Vietnamese community in the future. Interviewed by Phuoc Thi Minh Tran and Simon-Hoa Phan. This oral history project is part of the larger Asian American and Pacific Islander Oral History Project and is a partnership between the Minnesota Historical Society and the Council on Asian Pacific Minnesotans.
Views of Alexandria and Surrounding Area: An Inventory of the Album sv000329
Alexandria, Minn. and surrounding area, approximately 1895Views of Alexandria and scenic views near the town, including resort and recreational activities.

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Lydia Vinton: An Inventory of Her Family Diaries 01313
March 13, 1879-December 31, 1881Diaries (1879-1899) kept by Lydia Vinton describing her life on a farm she and her husband Austin Vinton owned in Waseca County, Minnesota, as well as diaries kept by a son (1858, 1867-1870) and grandson (1888-1889).

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Virginia and Rainy Lake Company: An Inventory of Its Records 00268
Minutes of meetings (1905-1939), maps and platbooks, deeds, abstracts, and title and tax records of a lumber company operating in Saint Louis and Koochiching counties of northern Minnesota. There are also a minute book (1910-1926), a stock certificate book (1910), and a platbook (1911) of the St. Croix Lumber & Manufacturing Company (Winton, Minn.).
Visual Arts Information Service (Minneapolis, Minn.): An Inventory of Its Records 00292
Historical background information, minutes and related records of the board of directors, financial records, correspondence, newspaper clippings and magazine articles, and extensive grant proposals documenting a local organization (1981-1993) for visual arts and artists and its periodical publication, ArtPaper.
Gerald Vizenor: An Inventory of His Papers 00706
Papers documenting the career of a Minnesota Chippewa educator, author, poet, and activist.

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Jaroslav Vnoucek: An Inventory of His Family Papers 01295
Jaroslav and Edeltraud Vnoucek, 1998Government documents, appointment books, photographs, correspondence, and family papers documenting the lives of Jaroslav Vnoucek and his wife, Edeltraud Riedl. Majority of materials focus on their emigration following World War II from Czechoslovakia and East Germany to West Germany and finally to Minnesota. English translations of select material written in Czech were provided by Vera Vrtilkova Antosova, Jaroslav's grandniece.

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Edward Joseph Vogt: An Inventory of His Family Papers 01171
Genealogical data, correspondence, memoirs, a translation of a novel based on the history of the related Vaplon family, and other materials concerning the Vogt, Vaplon, Becker, and Meyer families in the United States, Austria, and Liechtenstein. Vogt's memoirs (3 volumes, 1932-1956) contain information on the families and on his early life in Glasgow Township, Wabasha County (Minn.); his banking career in North Dakota; World War I; and his career in real estate in Florida (1926) and Minneapolis (1929-1950s), where he was associated with Wilbur B. Foshay.
Douglas Volk: An Inventory of His Second Minnesota Regiment at Mission Ridge Papers 00494
Correspondence and miscellaneous papersCorrespondence and miscellaneous papers relating to the design, composition, and execution of Volk's painting Second Minnesota Regiment at Mission Ridge, November 25, 1863, commissioned by Cass Gilbert for the Governor's Reception Room of the Minnesota State Capitol. Major correspondents include Cass Gilbert, Jeremiah C. Donahower, Judson W. Bishop, and Channing Seabury. The collection also includes a glass plate negative and two prints of the painting.

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Andrew J. Volstead and Family: An Inventory of His Papers 01316
Largely legislative and political materials of Volstead, a Granite Falls (Yellow Medicine County, Minn.) lawyer and Republican congressman (1903-1922), with some family and personal items. Most materials concern the National Prohibition Act (1919) and its consequences.
Voting Machine Commission: An Inventory of Its Records gr02608
Correspondence, reports, promotional and presentation materials, statements from users, licensing documents, and newspaper articles regarding electronic voting machines presented to the commission for its approval, and regarding experiences with voting machines in other states.
Voyageurs Region National Park Association: An Inventory of Its Records 00387
Correspondence, minutes, news releases, newsletters, printed items, clippings, and related material of an organization formed to encourage the development of the Voyageurs National Park, located around the Kabetogama peninsula in northern Minnesota. The group was headed by former Minnesota Governor Elmer L. Andersen, with Rita F. Shemesh as secretary.

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