Interview, spring 1986; 1 cassette
This interview is part of the UMM Campus Community - Vietnam Era series. Mahoney discusses the role of the Morris campus of the University of Minnesota during the Vietnam era. 
Sermon, 30 Oct. 1977; 1 cassette
Cassette consists of a sermon performed by Pastor John Malm at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Cyrus, MN on October 30th, 1977. The title of the sermon is "Revolution", and in it Pastor Malm discusses such topics as generation gaps, revolutionary challenges to the Church throughout history, and the continuing revolution of our times and the Church's response to it. 
Photographs, 5 Dec. 1978
This collection contains photographs of Morris, MN and the surrounding areas in the early 20th century. 
Papers, 1893-1945; 13.5 linear ft., 18 volumes
Collection contains information on the March family's business enterprises and its general law practice. Much of the materials related to companies in which the Marches were involved with Harry H. Wells. This collection is restricted. 
Interview, 24 July 1978 and 2 Aug. 1978; 3 cassettes
This interview is part of the Powerline Controversy (1974-1979) series. Martin, the general manager of the United Power Association, discusses the powerline controversy, information about the United Power Association cooperative, the Coal Creek Station Project, conservation programs, the routing of the powerline, why opposition seems most prevalent in Pope and Stearns Counties, and the history of the project itself. 
|MARTIN, RICHARD ("DICK")
Interview, 21 Aug. 1978; 1 reel
Martin, along with Helmer Benson, discuss the consolidation of the Kerkhoven, MN and Murdock, MN school systems during the early 1970's. A transcript is available. 
Papers, 1931-1955; 1 linear ft.
Collection consists of political and constituent correspondence dealing with the topics of conservation, recreation, water and flood control, New Deal and post-war issues, and other legislative concerns. Also included are a variety of pamphlets and reports. A transcript is available. 
|MAUGHN, WILLIAM E.
Interview, 20 July 1977; 1 reel
Discusses his years in the Morris, MN schools during the 1900-1912 period, including academics and social activities. A transcript is available. 
|McDERMOTT GENERAL STORE
Records, 1883-1886; 3 volumes
Collection consists of records of the general store in Clontarf, including lists of goods purchased and sold and the name of the person or company doing business with the store, debits, and credits. 
Interview, 15 Nov. 1990; 1 cassette
This interview is part of the Golden Age of Radio series. McNally discusses her early memories of radio during the 1920's and 1930's in Stevens County, MN. An interview summary is available. 
Interview, spring 1986; 1 cassette
This interview is part of the UMM Campus Community - Vietnam Era series. McRoberts discusses the role of the Morris campus of the University of Minnesota during the Vietnam era. 
|MELANDER, JEFF AND LINDA
Interview, 25 Apr. 1984; 1 reel
They discuss the formation of the UMM Saddle Club at the University of Minnesota, Morris, the first years of the club in the late 1970's, and its importance to them. 
|MEYERS, MILDRED (YOUNG)
Interview, 8 Aug. 1978; 2 reels
Discusses her family history, the organization of the health association and maternity hospital in Rutland, ND during the 1940's-1960, the Republican Party, a comparison between Dakota and western Minnesota, her work in west central Minnesota after 1961, and her activities in the health field. A transcript is available. 
Papers, 1949-1968; .5 linear ft.
Collection contains meeting minutes, financial records and correspondence from the Rutland Health Association concerning attempts to get doctors to practice in the Rutland area. The time period covered is from 1940-1960. 
Interview, 8 May 1978; 1 reel
Micklish discusses the founding of the University of Minnesota-Morris, including the West Central School of Agriculture and community reactions during the 1960's, and his work in the West Central Education Development Association (WCEDA) A transcript is available. 
Interview, 10 Apr. 1978; 1 cassette.
This interview is part of the Powerline Controversy (1974-1979) series. Millhone, director of the Minnesota Energy Agency, discusses the CPA/UPA powerline project, the certification of the line, alternatives to the line, calculating future energy needs, health and safety issues, impact of the controversy on the agency, and his speculation on why the controversy occurred. 
|MINNESOTA GENERAL FEDERATION OF WOMEN CLUB 7TH DISTRICT PAPERS
Collection, 1899-2002; 1 linear ft., 2 volumes.
Donated by the Minnesota GFWC, this collection contains record books, attendance books, account books, treasure's books, and small histories of individual clubs. 
|MINNESOTA HISTORICAL RECORDS SURVEY PROJECT
Collection, 1938-1942; 3.5 linear ft., 58 volumes.
Donated by the Minnesota Historical Society, this collection contains the historical resources surveys of the following counties: Aitkin, Anoka, Beltrami and Big Stone. It also contains a church survey. 
|MINNESOTA HISTORIC RESOURCES SURVEY
Collection, 1973-1979; 7 rolls microfilm
Collection contains the microfilm reproductions of the completed survey forms from all counties in Minnesota (except
Olmstead and St. Louis counties). The forms describe the collections in each repository in each county, and contain information on dates, donors, restrictions, physical conditions, and size and content of collection. 
|MINNESOTA HISTORY IN SITES AND STRUCTURES: A COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING SERIES
Manuscripts; .5 linear ft.
Collections includes two manuscripts: Outline of Historic Contexts For the Prehistoric Period (CA. 12,000 B.P. - A.D. 1700. and Historic Context Outlines: The Contact Period Contexts (CA. 1630 A.D. - 1820 A.D. 
|MINNESOTA HISTORY WORKSHOP PAPERS
Research Papers, 1997;
The collection contains two research papers done for the Minnesota History Workshop (Hist 5381) - University of Minnesota-Morris, Winter Quarter, 1997. The Papers are: Dutch Settlement in Southwestern Minnesota: Calvinist Influence in the Development of Chandler. By Brenda A. Boever. (March 17,1997). The Influence of the Germans on the Political Parties in Montevideo. By Andrea Ruesch. (March 21, 1997). 
|MINNESOTA POLITICS OF THE LEFT
Papers, 1968-1974; .5 linear ft.
Papers concerning the activities of the Democratic Farmer-Labor Party of Minnesota in regard to local, county, district, state, and national conventions, endorsements for state and presidential political candidates, elected papers on issues various candidates supported, campaign promotion posters, and papers of the Minnesota Conference Open Conventions, the Second National Convocation on the Challenge of Building Peace, Minnesota BiPartisan Caucus to Stop the War, and Minnesotans for Amnesty. 
Papers, 1967-1971; .5 linear ft.
Collection includes anti-war materials including pamphlets, posters, political opinion papers on the issues of Vietnam and the draft, newspaper clippings showing resistance activities, and literature from resistance committees. Much of the material concern activities on a national level. 
|MINNESOTA PUBLIC DOCUMENTS
Collection, 1863-1980; 126 volumes
Transferred from the legislative collection, it includes volumes of Minnesota Statutes (1937-1978), Journal of the House (1933-1980), Journal of the Senate (1953-1974), House Bills (1955-1974), Senate Bills (1955-1974), Laws of Minnesota (1893-1959), and Minnesota Executive Documents (1863-1911) 
|MINNESOTA STATE CENSUS MANUSCRIPTS
Collection, 1870-1905; 53 rolls microfilm
Original state and federal population schedules from 1870, 1875, 1895, 1900, and 1905. These list dwelling, family number, name, age, sex, race, occupation, and other personal information. The 1880 schedule is the agricultural schedule, and it lists the name of person conducting the farming operation, tenure, acres of land, type of land, livestock, and produce figures. Not all counties are available for all years. 
|MINNESOTA STATE PARK CCC/WPA HISTORIC RESOURCES
Collection, 1988-1989; .5 linear ft.
Collection contains information concerning various Minnesota State Parks and their facilities, their location, founding information including the architects of the park site structures. 
|MODERN SCANDINAVIAN HISTORY
Tapes, 1981; 1.5 linear ft.
Collection of tapes has Michael Metcalf narrating information on the political and economic history of Scandinavia in modern history. 
Interview, 14 Aug. 1974; 1 reel
Discusses her experiences in rural Stevens County, MN in the early 20th century, her life as a German-American during WWI and WWII, the depression of post-war Stevens County, and changing from a farm to a city dweller. A transcript is available. 
|MONTEVIDEO, CITY OF
Records, 1927-1977; 18.5 linear ft., 22 volumes
Collection includes 21 volumes of municipal court records (1927-1965), one volume of traffic violations (1949-1958), files and correspondence from the city manager's office, urban renewal, financial records, election records, and building and plumbing permits. There are some restrictions on access. 
|MOORE TOWNSHIP - STEVENS COUNTY, MN
Records, 1913-1971; 18 volumes
Collection includes Treasurer's Account Books (1913-1928 & 1936-1971), Clerk's Account Books (1932-1966), a Road Record for 1940, Justice Docket for 1930, and Town Board Meeting Minutes from 1931-1936. 
|MORRIS, CITY OF
Records, 1878-1972; 9 linear ft., 65 vols.
Collection consists of 63 volumes of city government records giving accounts of disbursements, receipts, collections, assessments, and warrants issued by the city manager. There are also civil and criminal case files from the City of Morris Municipal Court. There are some restrictions on access. 
|MORRIS, CITY OF - PROPOSAL
Charter, 1913; 1 copy of charter
Collection contains a copy of the proposed charter, which instituted the first city manager municipal government in Morris, MN. 
|MORRIS, CITY OF - SANBORN MAPS
Collection, 1885-1927; 4 maps
Collection includes maps dated Nov. 1895, Dec. 1902, Aug. 1915, and Sept. 1927. These "Sanborn Insurance" maps give a detailed description of the commercial area in the city of Morris, MN. 
|MORRIS COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION
Records, 1931-1976; .5 linear ft.
Collection contains annual reports, manager agreements, newspaper clippings, photographs, and minutes of director's meetings. 
|MORRIS DIAMOND JUBILEE PARADE
Film reel of the 1947 Morris Diamond Jubilee Parade. 
|MORRIS FARMERS UNION GRAIN TERMINAL ASSOCIATION
Records, 1973-1975; 1.5 linear ft.
Collection is made up of an incomplete set of management records and materials, including elevator blueprints, an OSHA file, equal opportunity file, safety meeting minutes, and a computer list of patrons and their accounts. 
|MORRIS INDIAN SCHOOL
Collection, 1887-1909; .5 linear ft.
Collection consists of photocopies of material in the National Archives, Record Group No. 75 (letters sent and received by the Bureau of Indian Affairs). It includes reports on the school plant, the faculty and students, correspondence from parents, and from others relating to the operation of the school. The Sisters of Mercy, led by Mother Mary Joseph Lynch, founded the Morris Indian School in 1887 with support from the U.S. Office of Indian Affairs. 
|MORRIS KIWANIS CLUB
Records, 1923-1941; 9 linear ft., 15 volumes
Collection contains meeting minutes, monthly reports, membership lists, correspondence with the district and national Kiwanis association, political materials, and scrapbooks. 
Papers, 1956-1971; .5 linear ft.
Collection contains material on the rebuilding of the Morris National Guard Armory, the formation of the North Central Soil and Water Conservation Laboratory, and correspondence from the Zwach Volunteer Committee and other related district 6 Republican papers from 1962-1971.