Finding aids assist in locating physical archival materials. These items may be viewed, by appointment, at the NDSU Archives (701-231-8877) or at the Germans from Russia Heritage Collection (GRHC - 701-231-8416).

Collections in this community

Recent Submissions

  • Curt Renz Collection 

    Renz, Curt (2016)
  • The Black Company Records, 1922-1990 

    Black Company
    Records of the George M. Black Company, Fargo, North Dakota business responsible for the Black Building, Blacks Store Without A Name, and various other commercial enterprises.
  • Paul K. Weiser Photograph Collection, 1940s-1992 

    Weiser, Paul K.
    The Paul K. Weiser photograph collection contains 22 photographs and 26 film negatives from his time with the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II, a group photo from the Class of 1942, and various photographs of his ...
  • Benson County Agricultural and Training School Records, 1946-2017 

    Benson County Agricultural and Training School
    By 1911, many North Dakota community farmers recognized the need for training youth in the fundamentals of agriculture. On March 6, 1911, a bill was introduced by Senator A.S. Gibbens and Governor John Burke that would ...
  • Pleasant Valley School District No. 26 Records, 1902-1992 

    Pleasant Valley School District No. 26
    The Pleasant Valley School District No. 26 records are organized into eight different series: Benson County Documents, Faculty Documentation, Curriculum, School Supplies, Correspondence, Blank Forms, Pleasant Valley Reunion, ...
  • Thursday Homemaker Club Photograph Collection, 1955-2017 

    Thursday Homemaker Club
    Homemaker Clubs in ND in the 1920’s through the North Dakota Agriculture College (now NDSU) Extension Service was a way to bring information on home economic issues to women throughout the state. The Cass County Thursday ...
  • Thursday Homemakers’ Club records, 1955-2017 

    Thursday Homemakers’ Club
    The Homemakers’ Clubs started in North Dakota in the 1920’s through the North Dakota Agricultural College (now NDSU) Extension Service as a way to bring information on home economic issues to women throughout the state. ...
  • Fargo-Moorhead Women’s Chorus records, 1934-1955 

    Fargo-Moorhead Women’s Chorus records
    The Fargo-Moorhead Women’s Chorus formed from a group of members of the Sigma Alpha Iota, which was a national professional music sorority that sought to create a chorus for the Fargo-Moorhead area. The first meeting of ...
  • Round Table of Fargo Records, 1897-2007 

    Round Table of Fargo Records
    The Round Table of Fargo formed in 1897 as a women’s literary club. In 1897 several women met to organize the Fargo Literary Club, there were two other older literary clubs in Fargo at the time, so after a few weeks the ...
  • Happy Hour Homemakers Club (Osnabrock, ND) records, 1965-1994 

    Happy Hour Homemakers Club (Osnabrock, ND)
    The object of the Happy Hour Homemakers Club is to study and put into practice information on homemaking. By using the name of Homemakers, the club must be associated with the Extension Service of NDSU. The purpose of the ...
  • Daughters of Dakota Pioneers, Fargo Chapter, records, 1950-2003 

    Daughters of Dakota Pioneers, Fargo Chapter
    The Daughters of Dakota Pioneers, of Fargo Chapter’s purpose is to preserve and maintain the history of North Dakota, and to promote public interest in the resources and activities of the state. Members of the club must ...
  • Agassiz Women’s Political Caucus records, 1983-1984 

    Agassiz Women’s Political Caucus
    This collection focuses on the Agassiz Women’s Political Caucus. This group is a bipartisan women’s organization, devoted to women’s representation in the State and National public office. The organization helped to nominate ...
  • Doin’ Dozen Homemakers Club, 1957-2012 

    Doin’ Dozen Homemakers Club
    The Doin’ Dozen Homemakers Club organized in September of 1957, with seven charter members, then increasing in membership to 12, making it a dozen. The club kept the name of the Homemakers Club as long as it was associated ...
  • Red River Valley Questers Records, 1985-2017 

    Red River Valley Questers
    The purpose of the Quester organization is to educate through research and study. The organization donates funds to the preservation of memorials and historic buildings, used for charitable and educational purposes. The ...
  • Exchange Club of Fargo Records, 1946-2001 

    Exchange Club of Fargo
    The First Exchange Club of Fargo started in the 1920’s but did not survive the great depression and members left or joined the Fargo Lions Club. The second Exchange Club of Fargo was charted in 1946 with 73 members. The ...
  • Royal Corinne Homemakers’ Club Records, 1966-2002 

    Royal Corinne Homemakers’ Club
    The Royal Corinne Homemakers’ Club in Stutsman County was first organized in 1923 in cooperation with the Extension Division of NDSU and the Department of Agriculture in making information about homemaking available to as ...
  • Blaine and Muriel Schultz Family History Photograph Collection 

    Schultz, Blaine Harris; Schultz, Muriel Eleanor Tessman
    Family history photographs related to the German and Norwegian ancestors of Blaine Schultz and Muriel Tessman, who settled in Traill County, North Dakota. Family names include Erickson, Gulbrandson, Ramseth/Ramsett, Olson, ...
  • Blaine and Muriel Schultz Family History Records 

    Schultz, Blaine Harris; Schultz, Muriel Eleanor Tessman
    Family History records for the German and Norwegian ancestors of Blaine Schultz and Muriel Tessman, who settled in Traill County, North Dakota. Family names include Erickson, Gulbrandson, Ramseth/Ramsett, Olson, Otterson/Talle, ...
  • North Dakota Floods Photograph Collection, 1993-1999 

    North Dakota Floods
    In the late 1990s North Dakota saw a series of serious floods along the Red River Valley in the eastern side of the state. Many cities along the Red River received incredible flood damage, Grand Forks most of all. The ...

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