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Manuscript collections (all archives collections except those documenting the history of the University of Minnesota Duluth):
Report of Duluth Fair Employment Practices Commission to the City Council of Duluth, June 1958, William F. Maupins Papers, S2367, Box 1, Archives and Special Collections, Martin Library, University of Minnesota Duluth.
University of Minnesota Duluth Archives collections:
Photograph of Michael Berman, 1980, Michael S. Berman Political Collection, 1273, Box 6, Archives and Special Collections, Martin Library, University of Minnesota Duluth.
When space considerations preclude such a caption, a shorter version may be used:
Courtesy of Archives and Special Collections, University of Minnesota Duluth. [collection name.]
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