This is a brochure for the "Covenant with Tomorrow" capital campaign of the Metropolitan Minneapolis YMCA. There is information about the history of the YMCA in Minneapolis, the history of Camp Menogyn in Grand Marais, Minnesota, and Camp Menogyn's future construction plans that will be possible because of the campaign.
Kautz Family YMCA Archives, University of Minnesota Libraries
This postcard shows acrobats performing on a stage on South Minnesota Avenue in St. Peter. The Four Flying Banvards are shown in front of businesses along the west side of the 300 block on the avenue on the Fourth of July in 1908.
Photo of adults sitting around relaxing. A man on the right has a violin. There are three men and two women. Images in this collection were found in the attic of an old farm house in Kandiyohi County formerly owned by George Kallevig. Whether these negatives are from the Kallevig family or not is unknown.
Established in 1924, AZA (Aelph Zedik Aelph) is the fraternity component of BBYO (B'nai Brith Youth Organization) for high school aged Jewish boys. The acronym stands for Ahavah (fraternal love), Tzedakah (benevolence), and Ahdoot (harmony). Photograph taken at the Lowry Hotel in St. Paul.
University of Minnesota Libraries, Nathan and Theresa Berman Upper Midwest Jewish Archives