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This collection contains photographs from of Walter Bietila and his brothers Ralph and Paul. The pictures chronicle the family's success in the sport of ski jumping. The photographs are dated between 1936 and 1942.
This is an artificial collection of postcards relating to Northern Michigan University and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan that have been received at the NMU Archives from various sources.
MSS-373 consists of records from the city of Ishpeming, Michigan. The records are a mixture of loose papers and ledgers and cover various aspects of city government from the 1880s through the early 1950s.
The collection is comprised mainly of stock certificates and one Joint Stock Ledger for the Consolidated Fuel and Lumber Company. The minutes of the board of directors represents the most important component of the collection and is comprehensive for the period, 1914-1950.
This collection consists of a taped oral interview with Geraldine Defant conducted by Jennifer Grondin on March 26, 1990, and includes an interview transcription. Of particular note is the interview's coverage of the 1949 H.W. Gossard Company Garment Workers Strike in Ishpeming, Michigan. The collection also includes copies of a scrapbook and photographs. The collection's materials cover the range between 1946-1990.
This collection consists primarily of memorabilia and correspondence from Henry Jacobson from 1932-1984. Other notable items include photographs and a scrapbook. This collection may be of interest to those researching employees of the Cleveland Cliffs Iron Mining Company or Bethany Lutheran Church in Ishpeming.
This collection is a digital collection of interactive maps that combine a current aerial view with historical Sanborn fire insurance maps, allowing the user to compare what cities looked like in the past with how they look today. Historic photographs have also been pinned into the map at significant locations. The following cities and towns are included in this project: Marquette, 1917; Ishpeming, 1911; Negaunee, 1911; Republic, 1922; Michigamme, 1902; L'Anse, 1938.
This collection contains an account book that lists the grocery purchases made by John W. Bath at the Ishpeming Co-Operative Society store. The book lists various sundry items and their costs.
This collection consists of a single issue of the Ishpeming Iron Ore newspaper from January 1, 1889.
This record contains meeting minutes, official Kiwanis reports, service projects, publications member lists and financial information. The records are from the year 1977 to 2014 with some gaps.
This collection contains materials relating to the Ishpeming Ski Club in Ishpeming, Michigan from 1904-1948. The materials consist of skier biographies, newspaper clippings, meeting minutes and annual reports, and correspondence.
This collection contains records that document the general operations of the Mather Inn in Ishpeming, Michigan. Records include time cards and employee payroll, general correspondence, correspondence related to construction, establishment of the Inn, and documents regarding the Inn's eventual sale. Records also include tax and lease information and correspondence of William Mather and William Manning (architect). The materials date from 1923 to 1986.
This collection contains a minute book with records from 1960-1968 of the Ishpeming chapter of the Pythian Sisters, Cloveland Temple No. 106, a women's service organization, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The collection also includes a meeting attendance record for 1963-1964.
This collection is comprised of letters between David Spelgatti and friends in Italy. The letters are in Italian with English translation. In his letters, Spelgatti comments on the Catholic religious practices in Ishpeming. There are letters dated from 1981, 1992, and 2000. A list of the members of the Societa M.S. Lomarda Veneta in Negaunee, Michigan, dated 1959, is also included in the collection.
This collection consists of black and white photographs in various sizes from 1946. The photographs document groups (including the United Steelworkers of America Local 4950), individuals, organizing activities, publicity events, negotiating sessions, picket lines, and parades that occurred during the Iron Workers' Strike of 1946 in Ishpeming and Negaunee, Michigan.
- Subject: Ishpeming (Mich.). X
- Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives 19
- Ishpeming Area Historical Society 1
- Ishpeming (Mich.). 19
- Correspondence. 8
- Photographs. 7
- Minutes (administrative records). 6
- Financial records. 4
- Upper Peninsula (Mich.). 4
- Clubs. 3
- Marquette (Mich.). 3
- Marquette County (Mich.). 3
- Negaunee (Mich.). 3
- Tax Records. 3
- Administrative records. 2
- Community organization. 2
- Diaries. 2
- Historic preservation. 2
- Hotels. 2
- Iron mines and mining. 2
- Legal documents. 2
- Lutheran Church. 2
- Maps. 2 ∧ less
- English 16
- Multiple languages 2
- Italian 1
- Norwegian 1
- Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company 3
- Bethany Lutheran Church (Ishpeming, Mich.) 2
- Mather Inn (Ishpeming, Mich.) 2
- Northern Michigan University 2
- Andrew, Marilyn Swanson 1
- Bath, John W. 1
- Bietila, Paul 1
- Bietila, Ralph 1
- Bietila, Walter 1
- Boyum, Burton H. 1
- Catholic Church. Diocese of Ishpeming (Mich.) 1
- Consolidated Fuel and Lumber Company 1
- DeFant, Geraldine 1
- Greater Ishpeming Pioneer Kiwanis 1
- Haukkala, Lynn Watters 1
- Iron Duke Mine Company 1
- Ishpeming Co-Operative Society (Ishpeming, Mich.) 1
- Ishpeming Ski Club (Ishpeming, Mich.) 1
- Jacobson, Henry (Project engineer) 1
- Langaas, John 1 ∧ less
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