Society records. 1925-1995 (bulk 1949-1986).


Society records. 1925-1995 (bulk 1949-1986).

Administrative records of the Natural History Society of Minnesota, an association of professional and amateur naturalists. Also included are promotional items and correspondence with lecturers in their nature-adventure series, correspondence and original manuscripts from contributors to their journal, correspondence, scrapbooks and subject files maintained by long-time president Clayton G. Rudd, and six audio tapes.



SNAC Resource ID: 6646925

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Rudd, Clayton G. (person)

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Miron Lee “Bud” Heinselman was born on 7 February 1920 in Duluth, Minnesota, the son of Everett Millard Heinselman (1895-1979) and Helena Alvina (Krueger) Heinselman (1895-1969). On 18 September 1942, Bud Heinselman married Frances Ruth Brown in Minneapolis. They had two children, Russell Craig Heinselman (born 1946) and Ann Louise Heinselman (born 1947). Heinselman died in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on 28 February 1993 at age 73 from the effects of a rare blood disease. He...

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Magie, Bill, 1902- (person)

Natural History Society of Minnesota (corporateBody)

While many people were involved with the Natural History Society of Minnesota through the years, it was a consuming passion for one of its original incorporators, Dr. Clayton G. Rudd. The purpose of the nonprofit society was to bring together people interested in the outdoors, including both amateur and professional naturalists, by conducting meetings, exhibits, lectures, and conferences and publishing a journal on natural history. Its founders hoped that by living the society's mot...

Olson, Sigurd F., 1899-1982 (person)

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