Department of Conservation, Division of Fish and Game, State of Minnesota
Pamphlet containing 1979 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 experimental lakes and the boundary waters separating Minnesota from Canada, Wisconsin, South Dakota, North Dakota, and Iowa. List of Minnesota fishery statistics and map of Minnesota fish management field stations. Cover illustration by Roger Preuss.
The April-May-June 1979 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included the second part of a society history prepared for the 40th anniversary, along with regular meeting notices.
The January-February-March 1979 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter reported on society affairs, and included the first part of a summary of society history prepared for the 40th anniversary.
The June-July-August 1979 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included the third part of a society history prepared for the 40th anniversary, along with regular meeting notices.
The Sept Oct Nov 1979 edition of the Geological Society of Minnesota (GSM) newsletter included a story on exploring the Mississippi by Barbara Gudmundson, a memorial to George A. Thiel, and society notices.
This is a brochure for summer camping sessions for adults 19 and over at Camp Menogyn in Grand Marais, Minnesota. The sessions are specially geared toward the needs and interests of college and post-college aged people.
University of Minnesota Libraries, Kautz Family YMCA Archives
Program for the 84th annual conference of the Minnesota Library Association held May 17-19th, 1979 at Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota. The theme was "New Directions." The MLA Awards Banquet featured speaker Joel Barker, Northern State Power Company on the topic of "New Dawn for Libraries - Some Possibilities for the Next 25 Years."
This special edition of Hold That Line from early 1979 is titled "The Powerline Will Affect You or The Protestor Report." It summarizes the impact of the powerline - financial, political, environmental, health and safety and long term operation. Hold That Line was the newsletter of the local movement to protest the construction of an 800 kilovolt direct current powerline across rural Minnesota by the United Power Association (UPA) and the Cooperative Power Association (CPA). The newsletter is known to be published from August 1978 to June 1983.