John McDougal Papers, 1923, 1955
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Typed summary of interview (7 leaves) with John and Dora (Lathrop) McDougall concerning their fathers, John McDougall and Murrilow Dow Lathrop, and their work on the Antelope Farm, Dora's job as clerk, bookkeeper, and barber at the Antelope Farm store, mention of other Lathrop family members including M.D.'s wife, his brother Vernon, and LeRoy Smith, Dora's cousin, a horse named Old Billy previously used by the Minneapolis Fire Department, hog butchering, the crops and equipment, a drawing of the farm home by Dora Lathrop McDougall, correspondence, and a newspaper clipping. M.D. Lathrop (b. 1848) came to Antelope Farm from Minneapolis in 1894; he was hired as foreman. His nephew LeRoy Smith was hired as farm manager and started a store at Antelope Farm. John McDougall (the father) died 1913, M.D. Lathrop died at Priest River, Idaho.