Laura Jane Musser and family papers, 1842-1989.


Musser, Laura Jane, 1916-1989. Laura Jane Musser and family papers, 1842-1989.

Laura Jane Musser and family papers, 1842-1989.

Correspondence and subject files; biographical materials; wills; financial records; newspaper clippings; diaries, scrapbooks, and other volumes; school records; and related materials documenting the careers and interests of lifelong Little Falls (Minn.) resident Laura Jane Musser, her parents lumberman and Weyerhaeuser partner Richard Drew and Sarah Walker Musser, her sisters Alice and Mary, and related families. There are also a few records of the Pine Tree Lumber Company and its successor, the Pine Tree Manufacturing Company.

44.25 cu. ft. (44 boxes).

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Dudley family. (family)

King, Mary Musser, 1915-. (person)

Dwelle family. (family)

Musser, Sarah Walker, 1879-1953. (person)

Walker family. (family)

Musser, Laura Jane, 1916-1989. (person)

Laura Jane Musser was born in Minneapolis, June 4, 1916, to Richard Drew and Sarah Walker Musser of Little Falls, Minnesota. She was educated at home until her seventh year, then attended a private school, and later graduated from Central High School, Little Falls in 1933. She attended Hartridge School in Plainfield, New Jersey, and Monticello College, Godfrey in Illinois (1934-1937). Musically talented, she lived, off and on, in New York City from 1937 until the death of her mother...

Atkins, Laura Musser McColm, 1877-1965. (person)

Minnesota Orchestra. (corporateBody)

Although a complete list of Marketing staff has not been compliled, staff whose files can be found in this collection include: James Clark, Director of Promotions, 1971-76; Russ Bursch, ? , 1976-; Susan Kodner, Audience Development Administrator, 1980s?; Kathryn G. Hill, Publicity Assistant; Rosemary Price, Publicity Assistant. From the description of Minnesota Orchestra Marketing Department records, 1955-1998. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 62693259 ...

Van Cliburn International Piano Competition (corporateBody)

Musser, Tamson Rhodes, 1837-1896. (person)

Monticello College (Godfrey, Ill.). (corporateBody)

Cliburn, Van, 1934-2013 (person)

Concert pianist. From the description of Oral history conducted by Sharon Eisenhour, February 17, 1992. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155896057 ...

Hartridge School (Plainfield, N.J.). (corporateBody)

Weyerhaeuser family. (family)

Pine Tree Manufacturing Company (Little Falls, Minn.). (corporateBody)

Taylor family. (family)

Musser, Peter, 1826-1910. (person)

Davidson, Alice Musser. (person)

Weyerhaeuser, Charles Augustus, 1866-1930. (person)

Schuyler, Philippa (person)

Philippa Duke Schuyler (1931-1967) was an African-American pianist, composer, journalist and author. Her father George Schuyler was also a noted playwright and journalist. Philippa Schuyler was born on August 2nd, 1931 to Josephine Cogdell Schuyler and George S. Schuyler. Josephine was a white Texan from a ranching and banking family and George Schuyler was a highly esteemed black journalist. Philippa, therefore, was of mixed race. Josephine was extraordinarily attentive...

Otis family. (family)

Anderson, Marian, 1902- (person)

Huttig family. (family)

Maynor, Dorothy (person)

Singer. From the description of Reminiscences of Dorothy Maynor : oral history, 1976. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309733402 ...

Musser family. (family)

Musser, Richard Drew, 1865-1958. (person)

Kapsner, Charles Gilbert. (person)

Piney Woods School (corporateBody)

Charles A. Lindbergh House (Little Falls, Minn.). (corporateBody)

Walker, Otis Lawrence, 1883-1937. (person)

Taylor, Margaret E., 1901-1982. (person)

Pine Tree Lumber Company (Little Falls, Minn.). (corporateBody)

Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, 1945, 1950 (corporateBody)

DePriest, James Anderson, 1936-. (person)

Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919 (person)

Lyman Frank Baum (1856-1919), author of children's books about the "Land of Oz." From the description of L. Frank Baum collection, 1883-1982 (inclusive). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702131649 American author of children’s literature, native of Chittenango, N.Y. From the guide to the L. Frank Baum Papers, 1880 (ca.)-1975, 1900-1942, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries) Author. From the description of L. Frank...

Avrit, Sally Taylor. (person)

Huttig, Annie Musser, 1862-1919. (person)

Huttig, Charles Henry, 1863-1913. (person)