Index to the 1949 Aerial Views of Mower County Townships. Each section areas were listed on the yellowed, legal size, linen-type papers that aided government agents in locating the photographic or composite print of the area they wished to research.
A brief report on the activities of the Amherst H. Wilder Charity for the previous two years. The report includes information on the public baths, the Child Guidance Clinic, the Day Care Centers, the dispensary, social research, the Children's Center Building and the Wilder Administration Building.
Luncheon and dinner menus from the Minnesota Library Association annual conference, September 30 - October 1, 1949 at the Hotel Lowry, St. Paul, Minnesota. The following menus are included: Children's, Young People's, School Librarians' Section, County Librarians' Section, Minnesota Association of Hospital and Medical Librarians, Reference, College, and Catalog Sections, and the conference banquet.
Program for the 55th Minnesota Library Association (MLA) annual conference, held October 1, 1949 at the Hotel Lowry in St. Paul, Minnesota. Topics include public libraries, rural trends, trustees, extension service, and section meetings. Closing address titled "Behind the Iron Curtain" by Martin Hall.
Program for the 55th annual conference of the Minnesota Library Association, which took place at Hotel Lowry, St. Paul, Minnesota on October 1st, 1949. There was an all day preconference for Trustees and Librarians which took place the day before the conference on September 30th at the Continuation Center, University of Minnesota. The preconference featured speaker Douglas Marshall (Department of Sociology, University of Minnesota) on the topic of recent rural trends and their implications. The October 1st conference featured general session speaker Martin Hall (World Traveler, Educator, Lecturer, and Author) on the topic of the Iron Curtain. Square dancing immediately followed the keynote address.
Minutes for the Minnesota Library Association (MLA) Reference Section meeting of the 1949 MLA conference. Includes a list of nominated officers for the following year, a summary of the meeting, and a list of officers and committees.
Notes from the pre-conference of the Minnesota Library Association annual conference, which took place September 30 - October 1, 1949. Content included a round table discussion on the following: general information about the Public Library Inquiry report, the library public and information for library trustees, a summary of the general characteristics of librarians, and extension of library service.
A bulletin describing the course of study at Rochester Junior College for 1948-1949. Rochester Junior College changed its name and scope of discipline several times: University Department of Sourthern University (1915), Rochester Junior College (1917), Rochester Vocational Institute (1969), Rochester Community College (1973), and Rochester Community and Technical College (1996).
Department of Conservation, Division of Fish and Game, State of Minnesota
Pamphlet containing 1949 fishing laws and regulations for the state of Minnesota. Summarizes laws concerning game fish, angling licenses, fish limits, the sale of fish, fish houses and spearing fish. Includes a detailed schedule of open and close dates for the fishing season, with special limits and dates for boundary waters between Wisconsin and Minnesota, and an estimated 1949-1950 budget for the Bureau of Fisheries.
The June/August 1949 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included a report on a field trip to Utah and the Black Hills, and a listing of books being sold from the Alger R. Syme book collection.
The March/May 1949 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included society news, a memorial to Junior F. Hayden, a story on geology of Whitewater State Park, and an outline of twice-monthly field trips for summer 1949.
The September/October 1949 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included a report on the Midwest Federation of Geological Societies Convention in Davenport, Iowa, at which the focus shifted toward minerals and lapidary, as well as a memorial to Lillian J. Freeman, an article on the atmosphere, the lecture schedule for the coming winter, and an article on uranium.
A booklet on the history of the Winona Public Library in its first 50 years of service to the community of Winona, Minnesota. Photographs of William Harris Laird, Fred S. Bell, the library and its patrons are included.