Association records, 1915-1962.

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Association records, 1915-1962.

Constitution, bylaws, minutes, financial records, reports, clippings, and correspondence of an organization that was incorporated in 1917 to develop the agricultural, social, and commercial interests of St. Louis County, to ease the county's transition from lumbering and mining to a more varied economy, and to bring Duluth and the iron ranges into closer cooperation.

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SNAC Resource ID: 6705134

Minnesota Historical Society Library

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Humphrey, Hubert H. (Hubert Horatio), 1911-1978

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Babcock, Charles M. (Charles Merritt), 1871-1936

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Neubauer, August 1890-1949.

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Berge, Marvin L.

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Saint Louis County Club and Farm Bureau Association (Duluth, Minn.).

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Elson, Marshall B., 1889-1951.

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Crane Lake Commercial Club (Crane lake, Minn.).

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Ten Thousand Lakes of Minnesota Association

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Aase, Harold J., 1892-

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Thye, Edward John, 1896-1969

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Minnesota and Ontario Paper Company

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Minnesota Arrowhead Association

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Rossman, L. A. 1890-1956.

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Northern Minnesota Development Association.

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Hearding, John H. 1865-1958.

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Thompson, M. J. b. 1884.

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Timber Producers Association.

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Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation

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University of Minnesota. Agricultural Extension Division

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Carr, Homer M., 1887-1964.

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Minnesota. Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Commission

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Blatnik, John A., 1911-1991

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