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.
Committee, Young Men's Library Association, Winona, Minnesota
An announcement of the Annual Election of Officers to the Young Men's Library Association, Winona Minnesota. Candidates endorsed by the special committee include Franklin Staples for president, Thomas Simpson for vice-president, E. A. Gerdtzen for secretary, John H. Andrews for treasurer, and C. N. Waterman, John Dobbs, D. A. Coe, M. G. Norton, and William Mitchell for directors.
A check from the Treasurer of the Winona Library Association to J.E. Prentiss for insurance in the amount of fifteen dollars, signed by E. (Ernest) A. Gerdtzen, Secretary, and O. (Ozro) B. Gould, President. The check is number 18 and dated April 28, 1874.
Board of Directors, Winona Free Public Library, Winona, Minnesota
The original check transferring the remaining funds from the Winona Library Association to the newly formed Winona Free Public Library, Winona, Minnesota. The check is signed by Fred S. Bell, president, and Edward Lees, secretary, of the Board of Directors of the library.
Contract amendments for heating upgrade detailed by Kreitinger and Isackson, contractors of Springfield, Minnesota, signed by George Isackson and witnessed by E.A. Pease, requiring an additional $776.00 for hot water, plumbing, vent pipes, gas pipes and labor as amended from the original contract with the Redwood Falls Public Library, Redwood Falls, Minnesota.
Correspondence between R.D. Church, architect of Minneapolis, and Julius C. Schmahl, library board president, Redwood Falls Public Library, Redwood Falls, Minnesota, about fireproofing of the new library building.
The cyclone policy was issued to M. J. Kennedy on May 12, 1905. The policy was in effect for five years and it covered farm implements, grain and hay. The policy was issued by the Saint Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company.