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Wilton Township Records

Number of boxes: 2 Number of sheets: 1 Town of Wilton Bill-W. Ferguson.

Wilton Township Records

Number of boxes: 2 Number of sheets: 1 Mortgage.

Wilton Township Records

Number of boxes: 2 Number of sheets: 1 Mortgage.

Wilton Township Records

Number of boxes: 2 Number of sheets: 1 Mortgage.

Wilton Township Records

Number of boxes: 2 Number of sheets: 1 Mortgage.

Wilton Township Records

Number of boxes: 2 Number of sheets: 1 Mortgage.

Wilton Township Records

Number of boxes: 2 Number of sheets: 1 Mortgage.

Wilton Township Records

Number of boxes: 2 Number of sheets: 1 Mortgage.

Wilton Township Records

Number of boxes: 2 Number of sheets: 1 Mortgage.

Wilton Township Records

Number of boxes: 2 Number of sheets: 1 Mortgage.

Wilton Township Records

Number of boxes: 2 Number of sheets: 1 Mortgage.

Blooming Grove Township Records

Number of sheets: 11 Blooming Grove Dairy Association Financial Records

Blooming Grove Township Records

Number of boxes: 3 Number of sheets: 2 Auditor's Notice to Supervisors

Bishman Family Papers

Number of sheets: 1 University of Minnesota Certificate of A.E. Bishman 1891-1892. Adam Bishman was born in Germany in 1824. He came to America in 1846 and settled in Otisco in 1856. When the railroad was built through Otisco and completed in 1879 the post office was located in his home. He remained the Otisco Postmaster until 1892.

Bishman Family Papers

Number of sheets: 1 University of Minnesota certificate of A.E. Bishman for military drill 1891-92. Adam Bishman was born in Germany in 1824. He came to America in 1846 and settled in Otisco in 1856. When the railroad was built through Otisco and completed in 1879 the post office was located in his home. He remained the Otisco Postmaster until 1892.

Bishman Family Papers

Number of sheets: 1 University of Minnesota certificate of A.E. Bishman for Sophmore German 1891-92. Adam Bishman was born in Germany in 1824. He came to America in 1846 and settled in Otisco in 1856. When the railroad was built through Otisco and completed in 1879 the post office was located in his home. He remained the Otisco Postmaster until 1892.

Bishman Family Papers

Number of sheets: 1 University of Minnesota certificate of A.E. Bishman for Freshman Math 1891-92. Adam Bishman was born in Germany in 1824. He came to America in 1846 and settled in Otisco in 1856. When the railroad was built through Otisco and completed in 1879 the post office was located in his home. He remained the Otisco Postmaster until 1892.

John P. Coughlin Family Papers

Number of sheets: 1 Narrative account written by Coughlin regarding career on Faribault Pilot. April 2, 1891.

Koentopp Family Papers

Number of sheets: 1 Confirmation Certificate. 1891. August Gustav Koentopp.

Koplin Family Papers

Number of sheets: 1 Circular No. 1 Department of the Interior Bureau of Pensions letter 2 April 1891.

Koplin Family Papers

Number of sheets: 1 Letter from Department of the Interior Bureau of Pensions. 1 October 1891.

Waseca City Council Records

Number of sheets: 3 Charter and ordinances book.

Hayden Family Papers

Number of sheets: 1 Cathedral Schools, Quarterly Report of Mary Hayden. Material: paper. Size: 5 1/2" W. x 8 1/2" L. Description: white paper with black print: "Cathedral Schools, Quarterly Report of Mary Hayden, Fifth grade, 1891 - 1892" - percentage grades entered quarterly for attendance, scholarship, and deportment. Signature of parent or guardian: "M. S. Lawless".

First Free Baptist Church Records

Number of sheets: 1 First Free Baptist Church, Alton. Articles of Organization, 1891.

Railroad Records

Number of sheets: 4 1) Chicago and North Western telegram from Wood St 1891. To agent at M & St Louis Faribault. 2) Minneapolis & St. Louis Railroad invoice for 15 tubs of butter for $10.50 from Palmer Dairy Ass'n., 19 August 1895. 3) Passenger Conductor's Train report for Minneapolis and St. Louis, Waseca. E.A. Whitaker, G.P.A. 4) Passenger Conductor's Train report for Minneapolis and St. Louis, Waseca. C.H. Holdridge, G.P.A. Minneapolis and St. Louis Railroad. M & St. L Railroad. Chicago and ... more