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Saint Paul, MN (City)

Subject Source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
Scope Note: Located in eastern Minnesota across Mississippi River from Minneapolis to form "Twin Cities"; Lt. Zebulon Pike made unofficial treaty with Dakota Sioux for possession of region in 1805; named for chapel built in 1841.

Found in 65 Collections and/or Records:

John Banks


Men's Club Roster, circa 1970

 Item — Box 12, Folder: 4
Scope and Contents Includes list of names and address. Names listed are as follows: Jim Tucker; James Hampton; Phillip Archer; Percy Zarchy; Christopher Durand; Stanely Gardner; Jack E. Allison; Allen Galloway; Griffin A. Peoples; Marcus Bell; Father Edward Flhavan; Darrell Smith; Bill Peterson; and Charles Neal. Bobby Ray Thomas; John Boyd; James Martin; Waymond Dean; James Robinson; Thomas Hardy; Rev. Warner T. White; Rev. Mordeau Williams; Elder Louis Ervin; Gerald H. Ellis; Gregory...
Dates: circa 1970

Mount St. Mary's School, October 1961

 Item — Box 8, Folder: 9
Scope and Contents

Letter from Mount St. Mary's School, at 931 Blair Ave in St. Paul, to Janabelle Taylor. Letter is signed by Ronnie Nordstrom, Mary Carlson, Pat Ueeck, Jackie Anderson, Delores French, Judy Delaney and Jeanne de cent.

Dates: October 1961