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New Ulm (Minn.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Busch, Victoria. "A Family Register", Booklet, ca. 1980.

 Collection — Folder 1
Identifier: SMHC Collection 1358

This collection consists of a family history booklet compiled by Mrs. Victoria Busch, of Mankato, Minnesota. The booklet contains Busch family genealogy information, photocopies of newspaper articles and obituaries related to the Busch family, photographs, and general historical information about New Ulm and Mankato. The family tree and genealogical information included starts in the 1860s and runs through the 1970s.

Dates: 1980

Friend, Andrew, 1835 - 1916. "The Life of Mr. Friend." Autobiography, 1916

 Collection — Folder 1
Identifier: SMHC Collection 1353

This collection consists of a typescript of the autobiography of Andrew Friend, of Garden City, Minnesota. The item is entitled “The Life of Mr. Friend”, and was compiled in 1916. In his autobiography, Friend discusses his involvement in building sawmills and gristmills in southern Minnesota, the defense of New Ulm during the Dakota Conflict, and the operation of his flourmill at Garden City.

Dates: 1916

Olson, Theodore (Ted) Roger, 1919-2002. Oral History Interview, 15 and 21 February 1987

 Collection — Folder 1
Identifier: SMHC Collection 1464
Abstract The Theodore (Ted) Olson collection consists of two audiocassettes and a transcript of an oral history interview conducted between Olson and Mike Shay during the winter of 1987. During his thirty-seven year career in public education, Olson worked almost entirely in the New Ulm, Minnesota school system either a teacher, an assistant principal, a principal, or as a superintendent. In the interview, Olson discussed changes that occurred during his career, his observations about the New Ulm...
Dates: 1987-02-15; 1987-02-21

Scobie, Elizabeth, 1903-1995. Papers, 1896-1972.

 Collection — Hollinger box 01
Identifier: SMHC Collection 0129

The Elizabeth Scobie papers consist of positive photographic copies of her five volume (441L) unpublished history of Sleepy Eye, Minnesota. Included are copies of some research material, five plat maps of Evan, Minnesota dated 1896-1904, and information about politics, life, and religion in Sleepy Eye.

Dates: 1896-1972

Stone, Esther B, 1910-1998. Oral History Interview, 22 October and 25 November 1984.

 Collection — Folder 1
Identifier: SMHC Collection 1477
Abstract The Esther B. Stone collection consists of an audiocassette and transcript for an oral history interview conducted between Esther Stone and Colette Stone during the autumn of 1984. Esther Stone worked as an elementary teacher at a Catholic school in New Ulm, Minnesota between 1955 and 1968. In the interview, Stone discussed her role as an educator with large class enrollments. While she believed too many students made her job more difficult, Stone believed she fulfilled the needs of her...
Dates: 1984-10-22; 1984-11-25