Clarence ("Cap") Wigington (1883-1967) was the first African-American registered architect to practice for any substantial length of time in Minnesota. In 1915, one year after moving to St. Paul, Wigington took a qualifying exam as a senior draftsman and became the first African American municipal architect in the United States. He had the highe...
Wigington, Clarence Wesley, 1883-1967
Bassford, Charles A.
University of Minnesota Libraries, Northwest Architectural Archives.
The P & S Club was part of the student movement of the YMCA in New York City at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University. First established on West 57th Street, the club moved with the college to Washington Heights in the late 1920s, and occupied Bard Hall at 100 Haven Avenue until 1966, when the YMCA of Greater New York sto...
University of Minnesota Libraries, Kautz Family YMCA Archives.
This folder contains materials created/collected by the National Recreation Association which was founded in 1906 as the Playground Association of America and later known variously as the Playground and Recreation Association of America (1911), National Recreation Association (1930), and National Recreation and Park Association (1965). Initially...
National Recreation Association
1940-03 - 1941-02
University of Minnesota Libraries, Social Welfare History Archives.