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Burnett, Pierce, Polk, and St. Croix Counties manuscripts material

  • US ARC ARC1999.003
  • 1850-2005

Artificially collated collection of manuscripts materials donated by a number of individuals living in or otherwise associated with Burnett, Pierce, Polk, and St. Croix Counties. Includes both primary source materials, such as abstracts, warrantee deeds, correspondence, photographs, certificates, marriage records, etc., in addition to secondary sources, such as compiled genealogies and other records. Collection is no longer being maintained or added to as of January 2020.

River Falls Area Research Center

Cedar Lake Telephone Cooperative. Records, 1907-1958.

  • US ARC River Falls Mss ET
  • collection
  • 1907-1958

Records of the Cedar Lake Telephone Cooperative and its predecessor, the Cedar Lake Rural Telephone Company, consisting of minutes of meetings and financial records of the Company, 1907-1955. In 1955 the Company did not have sufficient funds to rehabilitate its lines for service and the Cooperative was formed. Records of the Cooperative include a corporation record book (1955-1956), check stubs (1957-1958), and stock certificates (1955).

Charles M. Hanson. Papers, 1896-1915.

  • US ARC River Falls Mss BJ
  • collection
  • 1896-1915

Various household account books and insurance sales records kept by Hanson, an insurance agent probably located in Ellsworth, Wisconsin. Included are cash books, an insurance invoice register, and policy registers for Citizens Insurance of Missouri policies and Northwestern Fire and Marine Insurance Company policies.

Council of Presidents, 1928-1971.

  • UWRF Series 17
  • collection
  • 1928-1971.

The Council of Presidents is an informal organization of the current Presidents of the old Wisconsin State Universities which although without formal policy-making powers, act as a group to influence the Board of Regents to adopt policies considered most appropriate for the welfare of the universities. In a sense, the organization has been in existence as long as the Normal School system, as communications between Presidents to effect agreements and strategy in order to influence the Board of Regents have been in existence as long as there have been presidents; the Council is still in existence today. An increased budget and building allocations, curriculum expansion, and salary increases have been among the Council’s goals over the years.

Office of the President

Land and Flour Gold Mining Company. Records, 1888-1903.

  • US ARC River Falls SC 24
  • collection
  • 1888-1903

Typewritten copy of Record Book Number Two of the Land and Flour Gold Mining Company, primarily recording payments and disbursements of stock, mineral rights, and timber.