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Title Steve Martens Collection
Call Number MSS 301
Extent 1 folder
Dates of Creation 1990 - 1993
Creator Architecture students in Steve Martens' History Class
Scope & Content This collection contains the research done by two students who did research projects on the history of two buildings in Moorhead, Minnesota. The Moorhead Country Club, and American Legion Post #21. It includes a research paper, copies of National Register applications that were not submitted but used for the project and copies of plans for both buildings. Also included in the collection are copies of two papers presented by Steve Martens: “Diffusion of Cooperative Creameries in Minnesota,” and “Historical Significance of Fieldstone WPA Sructures in West Central Minnesota”
Admin/Biographical History Steve Martens is an architecture professor at North Dakota State University. Students in his architectural preservation class would work on projects relating to local historic buildings. This collection includes information on the buildings for the Moorhead Country Club and the American Legion both of which were built by the Works Progress Administration in the 1930's
Subjects Architecture
American Legion
Moorhead (Minn.)
Moorhead Country Club
Access Conditions There are no access restrictions on the materials, and the collection is open to all members of the public in accordance with state law.
Copyrights The researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming to the laws of libel, privacy, and copyright of the state of Minnesota which may be involved in the use of this collection.
Language of Material English
Archival History Donated by Steve Martens in 1993 and 1994 (Accession #'s 93.11, 94.5)
Containers Steve Martens Collection