City of Grand Forks Records, 1878-1981
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Brief Description:

The City of Grand Forks Records has been divided into seven series as follows:

Series 1: City Council Proceedings

Series 2: Record of Ordinances

Series 3: Police Department

Sub-Series 1: Police Magistrate

Sub-Series 2: Police Arrests

Sub-Series 3: Records of the Justice's Court

Sub-Series 4: Correspondence of Chief of Police

Sub-Series 5: Miscellaneous

Series 4: Fire Department

Sub-Series 1: Daily Journal

Sub-Series 2: Daily Journal, Southside Fire Hall

Series 5: Board of Health

Series 6: Scrapbooks

Series 7: Photographs

Held at:
Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections
Chester Fritz Library
3051 University Ave Stop 9000
Grand Forks, ND 58202 9000
Phone: 701-777-4625
Fax: 701-777-3319
Email: und.archives [at] library.und.edu
Record Series Number: OGLMC/778
Created by: City of Grand Forks
Volume: 68.5 Linear Feet
Acquired: 09/00/1982. Additional material, in the form of City Council Proceedings, was donated by Alice Fontaine, City Clerk, on 20 August 2012 (Acc.#2012-3182).
More information is available at http://library.und.edu/holdings.php?id=ODIN_ALEPH008169795
Access Restrictions: Open for inspection under the Rules and Regulations of the Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections.
Subject Index
City of Grand Forks, North Dakota
Grand Forks
Languages of Materials
English [eng]
Acquisition Notes: Grand Forks City Council (via Don Tingum, Auditor)  Donation; Acc.#82-1029
Related Materials:

C.P. O'Neill Papers, OGLMC 970:

https://apps.library.und.edu/archon/index.php?p=collections/controlcard&id=137

Michael Polovitz Papers, OGLMC 1481

PreferredCitation: (Description of Item).  City of Grand Forks Records.  OGLMC 778, Box #, Folder #.  Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections.  Chester Fritz Library.  University of North Dakota.
Finding Aid Revisions: The finding aid was input to Archon in Fall 2012.  Extensive re-processing of the collection was also undertaken then.  This resulted in approximately 70 linear feet of non-historical records being discarded, according to the records retention guidelines for the state of North Dakota.