IRON RANGE RESEARCH CENTER ARCHIVES
The Iron Range Research Center holds over 100,000 cartographic resources in its archival collection. The majority of the maps document the iron mining industry. Other activities represented include forestry, railroads, municipalities, and recreational opportunities.
Digital surrogates of a number of our maps are available online. We have also contributed two map collections to the Minnesota Digital Library, the Oliver Iron Mining Company 1928 Map Book and the Ray Segar Collection.
Access to the archival manuscript, photograph and map collections requires assistance from the Archivist. Researchers intending to utilize these collections are advised to email or call ahead and make an appointment to ensure availability.
The Arrowhead of Minnesota, 1929
Hibbing American Association of University Women Branch Collection
This map is available for purchase in the Minnesota Discovery Center gift shop.