This post card caption says The University of Minnesota, Duluth (UMD) was established on July 1, 1947 with 1.432 students, had 5,000 by 1967 and expects about 5,800 by 1970. UMD offers 53 majors in 34 academic areas plus 18 pre-professional programs and Air Force ROTC. UMD is one of five University of Minnesota campuses.
University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections
Color postcard of the American Board Mission in Fenchow, Shansi, China by Holmes and Flinn Architects out of Chicago Illinois. Carleton College participated in a mission program hear from the early 1900s until the late 1948.
Pictured is a room in the newly built Johnson Hall. This postcard was sent to Mr. Herman Turner, St. Paul, Minn., c/o Agr. College. The message on the back reads "Monday, Feb 5, '12, I didn't go down last Sept. but will be in the cities over next Sunday if nothing hinders me. I will most likely be up with you Sat. night, unless I am detained in Mpls until too late an hour. Shall try to be with you tho sometime in the evening. In Haste, Edwin.The picture is a good example of the rooms at the dorm. Room 14 New dorm."
A group of faculty members attending the annual military inspection at the College of St. Thomas. From left to right: Reverend J. A. Corrigan, Reverend Michael A. Ryan, Reverend J. M. Reardon, Reverend O. Rowan.
Bethany College, Mankato, MN. Postcard addressed to Mrs. Wm Schoening, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, 1121 Broadway. Note says,"Dear Flora, How nice to invite us. Will try to come in am if possible. Betty is at Bethany College [illegible] a Key course [illegible] organ & piano. I miss her. See you soon. Love, Lalla." Postmarked Oct. 29, 1942, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
"This 1962 Hennepin County Library Bookmobile, one of two serving the 500 square mile area of rural and suburban Hennepin County, replaces a 1950 bookmobile. Carring 3000 volumes, it travels 1000 miles a month, serving over 6000 families, supplementing services of 23 county branch libraries."
Hennepin County Library, James K. Hosmer Special Collections Library
Exterior view of West Hall men's dormitory (later renamed Burton Hall) on the Carleton College campus. The campus Heating Plant is visible. Card is postmarked Nov 1943 and is from Hazel Ramsay, Assistant Professor of History at Carleton College 1943-44.
Exterior view of Burton Hall on the Carleton College campus. Handwritten text on the back reads in part "This one was at that time (when I was there) occupied entirely by our soldier students. Always a dormitory." Card is postmarked April 1947 and is from Hazel Ramsay, Assistant Professor of History at Carleton College 1943-44.
Postcard depicting Hamline University's campus from the northeast, showing, from left, Goheen Hall (formerly known as Ladies Hall), Science Hall, and University Hall (also known as Old Main). Message on reverse from a Hamline student to Myrtle Ericson in Goodhue, Minnesota.
Campus view of Carleton College including Gridley Hall, Scoville Memorial Library, Willis Hall, the original Observatory, and Williams Hall. A handwritten note on the back of the postcard reads "Before 1905; (From Ruth Eddy Blanding)."