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    • Sinner Family Collection, 1953-1998 

      Sinner Family; Sinner Family (10/1/2012)
      Clippings which mention the SB & B partnership, a Sinner family reunion, various Sinner family members, and a letter, dated Sept. 25, 1964, from President Lyndon B. Johnson.
    • John McDougal Papers, 1923, 1955 

      McDougall, John; McDougall, John (10/1/2012)
      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 ...
    • Complete Farm Record Book, 1955 

      Dakota National Bank; Dakota National Bank (10/1/2012)
      This income tax farm record book is planned for use by farmers as a daily record of all their income and expense items. When summarized on an annual basis, it will provide the required information for use in preparing their ...
    • James W. Lydon Papers, circa 1960s 

      Lydon, James W.; Lydon, James W. (10/1/2012)
      Photocopy of undated, typed manuscript detailing the origins of the Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie Railroad, the Wisconsin Central Railroad Company and the Duluth, South Shore, and Atlantic Railway Co. that ...
    • Dewell E. Viker Papers, 1946-1958 

      Viker, Dewell E.; Viker, Dewell E. (10/1/2012)
      Correspondence, interview, legal material, map, and newspaper clippings, relating to Viker's purchase of Grandin Farm Trust (formerly Grandin Farm No. 1), bonanza farm headquartered in Mayville, Traill County, N.D., in 1946.
    • Frank A. Harris Papers, 1918-1954 

      Harris, Frank A.; Harris, Frank A. (10/1/2012)
      Correspondence, poems, legal materials, and clippings, chiefly relating to Harris's daily activities; and pamphlets, including one entitled Charles Curtis Amidon.
    • Harry T. Alsop Papers, 1882, 1919-1948 

      Alsop, Harry T.; Alsop, Harry T. (10/1/2012)
      Correspondence of Alsop and his father, Harry W. Alsop, concerning steamboating on the Red River, reminiscences and speeches of both Alsops, and newspapers clippings.
    • Donnybrook, N.D. High School Reunion Booklets, 1970 

      Donnybrook High School (Donnybrook, N.D.); Donnybrook High School (Donnybrook, N.D.) (10/1/2012)
      Two separate alumni booklets that cover the same time period, 1916 to 1970 yet are different in content. Each includes a listing by year of graduates with biographical information submitted by that person. One has a cover ...
    • Christ Menge Papers, 1934-1967 

      Menge, Christ; Menge, Christ (10/1/2012)
      Correspondence, interviews, autobiographical sketch, histories of Lockhart Farm, Lockhart, Minn., and Mylo, N.D., legal materials, blueprint maps of several townships in Norman County, Minn., obituaries, and clippings ...
    • David Askegaard Collection, 1953-1957 

      Askegaard, David; Askegaard, David (10/1/2012)
      Biographical sketch (1 leaf) based on information supplied by his son Eugene in an interview with Leonard Sackett, a copy of the song, “The Last Sunset” by his daughter Mathilde Emilie Askegaard, and newspaper clippings.
    • Richard H. Hankinson Collection 

      Hankinson, Richard H.; Hankinson, Richard H. (10/1/2015)
      Senior paper by Vernon Quam, North Dakota State University student, on the life of Col. Hankinson, with mention of his Civil War service, his farm in Richland County (N.D.), and his involvement with Northwestern Telegraph ...
    • Henry P. Tracy Papers, 1921-1955 

      Tracy, Henry Phelps; Tracy, Henry Phelps (10/10/2012)
      Mimeographed copies of several newspaper articles and newspaper clippings by Hal Tracy and some by his father, J. Don Tracy, concerning pioneer life in North Dakota. Includes mention of hailstorms, the physical breakdown ...
    • George W. Tracy Papers, 1955-1958 

      Tracy, George W. (George Win); Tracy, George W. (George Win) (10/10/2012)
      Two detailed interviews (17 leaves and 9 leaves) with Leonard Sackett decribing the Tracy family's experiences at Amenia and Sharon farm, with mention of the farm buildings, other hired men, poor quality food, E.W. Chaffee's ...
    • Robert B. Reed Papers, 1955-1960 

      Reed, Robert B.; Reed, Robert B. (10/10/2012)
      Typed summary of first interview (12 leaves) with Leonard Sackett includes mention of the Chaffee family, Helendale Farm, description of a round grain elevator at Amenia, handling grain, his uncle, Cornelius Reed, who ...
    • Jacob J. Lawrence Family Papers 

      Lawrence, Jacob J.; Lawrence, Jacob J. (10/10/2012)
      Correspondence, typed summary of detailed interview (6 leaves) and corrections with wife Rosa Hofner Lawrence and daughter Ruth, concerning Rosa's parents, John Hofner (1849-1900), German immigrant from the Rhine River ...
    • Alfred Johnson Financial Journals 

      Johnson, Alfred; Johnson, Alfred (10/14/2015)
      Financial journals relating to Johnson's photography business.
    • Larry Woiwode Collection 

      Woiwode, Larry; Woiwode, Larry (10/15/2015)
      Mss. of poems, copies of published short stories, typewritten and autographed collection of poems entitled "Even Tide" given to John and Sylvia Hove (1971), newspaper clippings, and other papers.
    • Devils Lake Chautauqua Association Program 

      Devils Lake Chautauqua Association (N.D.); Devils Lake Chautauqua Association (N.D.) (10/15/2015)
      Copy of its "Fifth annual announcement, as well as second annual announcement for the Grand Forks College summer school." Includes a historical sketch, program, facilities, Devils Lake business directory, advertising and ...
    • Myron Sommerfeld and the Bon Bon Brass Collection 

      Sommerfeld, Myron; Sommerfeld, Myron (10/15/2015)
      Newspaper clippings, brochure, and picture postcard of band members. Clippings give a brief history of the band, originally formed in 1929 by Rhieny Sommerfeld, under the name "The Red Jackets."
    • Tollef Torgerson Collection 

      Torgerson, Tollef; Torgerson, Tollef (10/15/2015)
      Typed summary of interview (5 leaves) concerning the George S. Barnes farm. Includes mention of various hired men who worked with Torgerson, horses and cattle on the Barnes Farm, shipping horses to logging camps in northern ...