Mahoning Valley Historical Society
Materials relating to the family of Homer Baldwin and his son, William Rush Baldwin, owners/operators of the Baldwin and Diamond flour mills in Youngstown, Ohio -- Includes photographs of William R. Baldwin and his home, Diamond Mill, his daughter, Helen A. Baldwin, and the 1913 flood in Youngstown; bulletin (1972-1974, scattered) of Mahoning County Medical Society; timetables, tickets, etc., of Mahoning Valley Railway Company, Erie Railroad, and others; information concerning Lake Newport, a man-made lake constructed in Mill Creek Park on lands given by the Baldwin family; history of Bunker Hill Methodist Church, Goshen Township, Mahoning County; deed from William W. Boardman (of Connecticut) and other Boardman family members to Henry T. Kirtland for lands in Boardman Township, Mahoning County; program of William H. Baldwin, first graduate of Rayen School (no known relationship to William Rush Baldwin), for the 50th anniversary of the school's alumni association; leases, rental ... Read More
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
The collection consists of personal and professional papers of Donald Buermann Lawrence, a Professor of Botany at the University of Minnesota. It contains material largely related to glaciological expeditions to South America, New Zealand, Glacier Bay Alaska and the Juneau Ice Fields. Included are reports of his research, field notes, diaries, personal correspondence to family members, maps of areas he studied and photographs. Also included is a study he conducted in the Jamaican Rain Forest in 1932 for Johns Hopkins University. Field notes and joint publications of Elizabeth Gay Lawrence, wife of Donald Lawrence, can also be found in the collection
University of Idaho
Computer printout of lakes and reservoirs in the central and southern Idaho and related questionnaires
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Environmental Impact Assessment Screening Worksheets submitted to the Department and associated correspondence relating to rivers and lakes in Wisconsin
Museum of the Great Plains
Lawton financial records, including information and correspondence from many different city and state departments and agencies, including committee reports, resolutions, bond issues, maps, and organization records -- Includes many materials relating to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Waurika Lake reservoir project which involved the building and pumping of water from the reservoir, serving several towns, which was built in the mid-1970s
Manchester Historic Association Library
Ledgers, schedules, equipment inventory, and other records of Manchester movie theaters; brochures and other materials relating to Massabesic Lake, Uncanoonuc Mountains, and other attractions; menus of local hotels and restaurants; and information pertaining to European tours of Helen I. Buck, local chapter of Appalachian Mountain Club, and Testimonial Club
Museum of the Great Plains
Cirkut photos (early 1920s), taken by That Man Stone Co., of a rodeo at Medicine Park, Okla., and Lake Lawtonka
Central/Western Massachusetts Automated Resource Sharing (C/W MARS)
3 postcards, 1 photo: Lake Wickaboag, Browns Brook -- Hand-drawn maps of waterways in town with households noted -- Newspaper clipping about town surveyor need, 1919 -- Lists of roads and households -- Quabaug brief history -- List of streams -- Request for historical notice: Wickaboag Valley Road -- Sucker Brook -- First saw mill in the Brookfields
Minnesota Historical Society
Correspondence, typescript and published reports, statistical compilations, legal documents, memos, pamphlets, and related materials pertaining to the management and use of the state's timber and mineral lands. A few files relate to swamp and grass lands, lake property, state parks, and other land holdings
Minnesota Historical Society
Boyhood reminiscences of Minneapolis (Minn.) in the 1880s and 1890s by Tondel, a Nevada banker, providing data on family and social life, schools, transportation, food, stores, sports, holiday celebrations, Minneapolis lakes, Fort Snelling, Mendota, and Tondel's employment by Hill, Sons and Company, a Minneapolis bank