The collection of one map and 25 forms is an inventory of 25 wayside parks and rest areas located in Hennepin, Anoka, Sherburne, Scott, Carver, and Wright Counties. One or two black and white photos (7 x 9.5 cm) are glued to each form / page.
Minnesota Department of Transportation, MnDOT Library
Lytle, Carlton W. (Superintendent of Schools, Richfield, Minnesota)
This application was presented to the Minnesota State Board for Vocational Education to approve the creation of the Suburban Hennepin County Area Vocational-Technical School. The application consists of a copy of the Intent to Participate contract for each involved school district; a listing of schools participating in the planning; a Memorandum of Agreement to particpate in the school planning process; budget documents; meeting minutes; a list of school board members; biographical data sheets on each board member; bylaws of the school board; and recruitment brochure for a superintendent of the new school.
Lytle, Carlton W, Superintendent of Schools, Richfield, MN
This document is a proposal from the Superintendent of Schools urging congress for help in providing a vocational-technical institution. It includes a projected school census as well as a letter from Mr. Lorin Gasterland, Tri Associates, Inc., proposing a focus on establishing a vocational school.
Exhibits information used for the 75th annual conference of the Minnesota Library Association held October 15-16, 1970 at the Kahler Hotel, Rochester, Minnesota. Includes copies of the letter used by the MLA Exhibits Chairman, applications for exhibits space, a map of the exhibit area in the conference center, and a thank-you letter sent to exhibitors.
Graphic Communications Students of Suburban Hennepin County Area Vocational Technical Centers
This yearbook chronicles the first students in the Graphics Communications program. The yearbook includes photos of the students and faculty, faculty bios, as well as photos and commentary from many graphics students events and get-togethers over the course of the program
This brief biography of an historic building in Northfield traces its many different uses - Formerly the Y.M.C.A. Building, the Community Building, the City Hall - culminating in the transformation into the home of the Arts Guild. Written by Kirk Jeffrey, a Carleton history professor, it is an authoritative and well-written account of a beloved building.
The authors gave an early account in the beginning of arts group in Northfield community. Starting in 1959, many local residents contributed their effort to organize events, including art fair, membership drive, classes in art studio, dance, drama, pottery class, etc. People who have involved in early years were Stuart Hunter, Mary Lou Street, Erling Larson, Ted Scott, Betty Woodruff, Gene Fox, Ed. Basquin, and Marilyn Carver.