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Brenda Ueland and family papers, 1857-1993.

Author: Brenda UelandOliver St John GogartyPatricia HamplSverre HanssenSinclair LewisAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : English
Papers documenting the life (1891-1985) and career of a Minneapolis feminist and author and her family.

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Genre/Form: Diaries
Named Person: Giuseppe Garibaldi; Manus McFadden; Ole Gabriel Ueland; Ueland family.; Giuseppe Garibaldi; Ole Gabriel Ueland
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Brenda Ueland; Oliver St John Gogarty; Patricia Hampl; Sverre Hanssen; Sinclair Lewis; Edward V Lofstrom; Gabrielle McIver; Anne E Moffett; Fridtjof Nansen; Ernest C Oberholtzer; Theodate Pope Riddle; Laurits Rusten; Anne Ueland Taylor; Andreas Ueland; Arnulf Ueland; Clara Ueland; Elsa Ueland; Rolf Ueland; Sigurd Ueland; Torvold Ueland
OCLC Number: 313830365
Notes: Microfilmed diaries and logs are available for sale or interlibraryloan from the Minnesota Historical Society.
Reproduction Notes: Microfilm. St. Paul, Minn. : Minnesota Historical Society, 1994. 4 reels ; 35 mm.
Description: 14.25 cubic feet (14 boxes; 3 folders in Reserve; 4 microfilm reels)


Papers documenting the life (1891-1985) and career of a Minneapolis feminist and author and her family.

Brenda Ueland's papers include diaries and logs (1910-1983), correspondence (1898-1985), genealogical/biographical material, published and unpublished newspaper columns (1943-1980) and magazine articles (1917-1951), radio scripts, newspaper clippings, notes, manuscripts, and bibliographies. Most of the diaries and logs are available for use on microfilm.

Topics include Ueland's life in and around New York City while working as a freelance writer (1926-1930); her family; her love affairs and marital relationships; activities related to her interest in health and character development; her intellectual pursuits in history, literature, religion, and philosophy; her feminist views; her writings, which include books, newspaper columns, and magazine articles; and her work with animal welfare.

Most of the Ueland family papers are separately arranged and described and include correspondence, diaries, miscellaneous writings, and genealogical/biographical data. Some of the genealogical and biographical material is in Norwegian. Additional family material may be found among Brenda's papers.


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