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Records relating to Libby's activities as Professor of History at the University of North Dakota, 1908-1919, consist of correspondence with other faculty regarding University matters.Records relating to Libby's position as Grand Historian of the North Dakota Masonic Grand Lodge consist of correspondence, notebook, manuscripts, notes, and documents relating to Masonic history in North Dakota. Eaton Papers, 1912-1932 Personal and business correspondence relating to ranching, farming, Eaton's abstract business, activities as Register of Deeds, local school districts, the National Prosperity League, and the Nonpartisan League (including a copy of a speech by A. Townley), bank statements, abstracts of title, and poetry.(.5ft) 10145 Edna Garber Papers, 1886-1899 Scrapbook containing newspaper clippings regarding Bismarck, ND and four photographs of the 1897 Emmons County murder of the Spicer family.(5 items) 10149 Russell Reid Papers, 1900-1967 Correspondence, notes, financial records, research notes, photographs, maps, bibliographies, and publications dealing with administration of the State Historical Society and state parks, ornithology, research on the Lewis and Clark Expedition and the Sully Expedition, manuscript articles, poetry, short stories by Clell Gannon, information on the origins of North Dakota place names, records of Friends of Our Native Wildlife (1919-1921), including minutes, constitution, annual reports, and a membership roster, and records of the Ladies Auxiliary to Company A, including correspondence and minutes.
The primary creator of the collection was George F.
Miscellany includes manuscripts, French language periodicals, ephemera, and newspapers. (.25ft/1r#13087) 10046 Dana Monroe Wright Papers, 1916-1963 Burleigh County, ND; Kidder County, ND; Stutsman County, ND Correspondence, subject files, biographies, research notes, and maps. (7.25ft/oversize/1r/#9162) 10049 Garrison Dam Closure Committee Records, 1953 Committee minutes, correspondence, invitations, reservations, guest lists, financial records, dedication programs, news releases, and newspaper clippings documenting the planning and arrangement of the dedication of the Garrison Dam. (.25ft) 10070 Usher Lloyd Burdick Papers, 1870-1958 Copies of articles written by Burdick, entitled "The Last Battle of the Sioux Nation," and "The Murder Trial of Antoinne De Vallombrosa, Marquis de Mores," a bibliographical sketch of John Leach, notes and drawings concerning the Battle of the Little Big Horn, speeches, newsletters, correspondence, newspaper clippings, articles, scrapbooks "Your Congressman Comments," and copies of House bills introduced by Burdick. Governor of North Dakota, 1911-1912 and US House of Representatives, 1935-1945.
Manuscripts consist of two translations of Charles Droulers' , 1858-1896, by George F. Papers relate primarily to local and family history, archeological surveys, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota, diaries, correspondence, newspaper clippings, family histories, and memorabilia, and notes and an 1863 map of the military trail of General H. (2ft) 10050 North Dakota Golden Jubilee Homecoming Committee Records, 1939 Correspondence, rosters, newspaper clippings, and registrations of persons qualified to be designated as a “Dakota Territory Pioneer” as part of the celebration of the 50th year since statehood. (11.5ft/oversize) 10071 Erling Nicolai Rolfsrud Papers, 1953-1954 Correspondence concerning research on a book, , two book galley proofs, and a typescript entitled "Ben Eielson," by Sir Hubert Wilkins.
10006 Clement Augustus Lounsberry Papers, 1863-1924 Literary manuscripts, military documents, reminiscences, photographs, receipts, speeches, ephemera, and correspondence concerning military service in the Civil War, settlement in the Dakota Territory in the 1870s, appointment as Postmaster of Bismarck, ND, publication of the and Lounsberry's book on the history of North Dakota, land speculation near Buford, and activities as a special agent for the General Land Office. Smith Papers, 1951 Correspondence, maps, a report concerning the Verendrye National Monument, a manuscript entitled, “Explorations of the Verendryes, 1738-1743, with special reference to Verendrye National Monument.” (.25ft) 10035 William Davis Papers, 1910 Belcourt, ND Biographical sketch and notebook regarding the Metis and Davis’ personal affairs.
Collection includes papers of Lounsberry's secretary, Nellie Brightman, relating to the genealogy of her family. Includes translations of portions of the notebooks by George Will and Emily Olson, and research notes by Dana Wright.