Title from cover. Includes artist biographical information. Illustration of a stylized Thyrsus staff with ribbon printed on front cover. Includes names of organizations and individuals that lent items to the exhibition. 1 folded sheet (4 unnumbered pages).
The American Exchange National Bank staff assembled with the bank's founder Hamilton M. Peyton who is in the front row with the white side burns. Peyton was bank president from 1879-1921. The bank merged with First National Bank and renamed First and American National Bank in 1929. It became First American National Bank in 1958, First National in 1974 and Norwest in 1983. In 1998 Norwest merged with Wells Fargo and elected to take the more familiar name Wells Fargo.
University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections
Variant title: Canadian paintings by the Group of Seven, December 1921. Title from cover. Foreword signed "R.A.P." Includes works by Frank Carmichael, Lawren S. Harris, A.Y. Jackson, Frank H. Johnston, Arthur Lismer, J.E.H. Mac Donald, and Tom Thomson. 8 unnumbered pages; 16 cm.
Title from cover. Catalog of an exhibition held November, 1921. "It is through the kindness of Mr. Martin A. Ryerson of Chicago and certain anonymous friends of New York that the Institute has been able to secure these ... [for exhibition]"--Page 3. Foreword signed "R.A.P." 8 unnumbered pages.
The College of St. Scholastica Bulletin is a booklet 21 pages in length published by the College which is conducted by the Sisters of Saint Benedict of Duluth, MN for young women and girls explaining the College's foundation; location; communication; purpose; faculty; standardization; library; laboratories; gymnasium; private rooms; accommodations for day students; general information on such aspects as admission, references, registration, absences, correspondence, visitors, spending money, health of the students, mending and pressing, scholarship, suspension or dismissal from the school, regulations for wardrobe, and measurements of room; student organizations; courses of study; and expenses. Photographs of the exterior and interior of the Gymnasium, lounges and laboratories in Tower Hall, and the campus grounds are at the end.
Title from cover. At head of title: "Minneapolis Association of Arts in Industry", "Minneapolis Institute of Art". In outline form for group study. Advertisement on back cover for Byron & Learned Co., Minneapolis, with their logo. Includes bibliographical references (pages 7-10). "This is the third of an excellent series of study outlines now being issued by the Association of Arts in Industry of Minneapolis. It deals with the book from the beginning of writing, as a medium of communication, an instrument of education, and a work of craftsmanship and art."--American magazine of art. Volume XII, no. 1 (January, 1921), page 361. 10 pages.