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Edgerton Public Schools (Wis.) Title: Edgerton Public Schools Records, 1921-1976
Quantity: 2.0 c.f. (5 archives boxes)
Call Number: Rock Series 40
Abstract: Minutes of the school board, 1921-1976; clerk's record, 1930-1942; and annual reports of the school district plus some rural school districts consolidated into the Edgerton system, 1922-1971. The clerk's record book contains primarily financial information with some correspondence. The annual reports usually list financial information, number of pupils, and name and number of teachers. Schools are located in Rock County unless otherwise noted.
Edland, Carole F. Title: Carole F. Edland Papers
Physical Description: 0.4 cubic feet
Call Number: MSS 123
Abstract: Carole F. (McGinley) Edland earned an art major from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse after a career as a registered nurse. She owns and operates the Edland Art Gallery in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Later, she earned a Doctor of Ministry degree and began the Butterfly Ministry designed to help people cope in times of crisis. Edland has also written a book. Materials in this collection include essays, 35mm slides, photographs, negatives and notes created by Edland in preparation for two photographic documentaries of the Barney Spangler and William M. Crowley homes in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Spangler and Crowley built contractor-designed homes for the middle class from 1920-1958. These exhibitions were held at the art gallery at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and the La Crosse Public Library in 1981 and 1982. Other materials include an essay written by Edland for an Art History II class comparing the architecture of the Mons Anderson and Henry Salzer homes in La Crosse, Wisconsin.
Edson, Peter, 1896-1977 Title: Peter Edson Papers, 1913-1974
Quantity: 2.4 c.f. (5 archives boxes and 1 flat box) and 4 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Mss 730; Micro 559
Abstract: Papers of Peter Edson, an editor for the Newspaper Enterprise Association (NEA) (1927-1941) and an award-winning Washington, D.C. political columnist (1941-1964). Included are correspondence and memoranda from NEA staff; copies of articles and columns covering pre-World War II conditions in the Pacific, Communism in the United States, the political careers of Dwight D. Eisenhower and Richard M. Nixon, and other national political events; material advertising his columns and series; and reference files. The extensively-weeded reference files primarily date from the 1930s and refer to his work for NEA Service, features offered by NEA such as their extensive coverage of the Dionne Quintuplets, and photographic and other technological advances made by Acme Telephoto Service in the distribution of the features. Additional files include biographical material, reporters' notebooks, a small quantity of personal correspondence, and information on his journalism awards.
Edwards, John, died circa 1868 Title: John Edwards Papers, 1840-1868
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (3 archives boxes)
Call Number: Wis Mss QG
Abstract: Papers of John Edwards, a Hazel Green, Wisconsin, lead mining speculator, general store operator, and head of the lumbering firm Edwards and Clinton. Included are accounts, statements, deeds and land contracts, invoices, and receipts. Most informative is correspondence to Edwards from his son, John, Jr., 1858-1868, while the son was managing logging and sawing operations in Wood County, Wisconsin. Edwards and Clinton later developed into the Nekoosa-Edwards Paper Company.
Edwards, Julia Spalding, 1920-2000 Title: Julia Edwards Papers, 1937-1993
Quantity: 7.5 c.f. (7 record center cartons, 1 archives box, and 1 oversize folder), 21 tape recordings, 6 videorecordings, and photographs
Call Number: M2000-180
Abstract: Papers documenting the personal and professional life of Julia Edwards, a foreign correspondent in post-World War II Germany who wrote numerous articles and two books, The Occupiers (1967) and Women of the World: The Great Foreign Correspondents (1988). Edwards worked for several newspapers and on a free-lance basis. She was a member of the National Press Club and the Overseas Press Club where she served for over a decade as chairman of the Ross Award committee and from which she received the Overseas Press Club Citation for Excellence in 1989.

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