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    • Horace School District No. 5 Records, 1876-1929. 

      Horace School District No. 5 (Cass County, N.D.); Horace School District No. 5 (Cass County, N.D.) (2015-05-29)
      Horace School District #5 Records cover the period 1878-1935, but are not all-inclusive. Detailed teachers’ records for 1882-84 list the names of the teachers, their pay rate, the number of days they taught each month, ...
    • Howard Williams Reminiscence Records 

      Williams, Howard; Williams, Howard (2015-05-29)
      Typed reminiscence from a tape recording done in 1961 in which Williams recounts the early settlement of Hamlin, a rural neighborhood on both sides of the Richland-Sargent county line, the first settlement in Sargent County.
    • Huber Family history Records 

      Miller, Harold; Miller, Harold (2016-06-29)
      Typed copy of the history of his biological parents and his adoptive parents. Parents were Philip J. Huber and Rose Engel. His father emigrated from Odessa, Russia in 1907, worked on various farms in Wells County, N.D., ...
    • Hugh McDonald Papers, 1955-1956 

      McDonald, Hugh; McDonald, Hugh (2013-11-26)
      Letters, typed summary of interview with Leonard Sackett concerning his father, James McDonald, an early settler at Caledonia, and the Grandin boats on the Red River. James McDonald died when a wagon load of wheat overturned ...
    • Hugo N. Walters family collection, 1889-1937. 

      Walters, Hugo H.,; Walters, Hugo H., (12/4/2012)
      North Dakota National Guard material including enlistment papers (1889) for Hugo H. Walters, regulations for Devils Lake, N.D. encampment (1891) and special orders for Lt. H.H. (Hugo H.) Walters (1891), Daughters of the ...
    • Humboldt and Northcote farms Collection, 1921-1922, 1953. 

      Northcote (Minn. : Farm); Humboldt (Minn. : Farm); Northcote (Minn. : Farm); Humboldt (Minn. : Farm) (11/14/2012)
      Farms in Kittson County, Minn., established by James J. Hill. Son Walter managed parts of the farms, others were managed by the Lohr Brothers. Farm names are taken from Minnesota towns Humboldt and Northcote.
    • Hunting on the Island Column 

      Ward, Steve; Ward, Steve (2015-09-08)
      Series of 52 weekly articles written by Ward and published in the Benson County Farmers Press newspaper in 2005 and 2006. Inventory of the articles compiled by Ward list the genre as 'memoir, seasoned with nostalgia.' Some ...
    • Icelandic letters Collection 

      Bjornson, C. B.; Bjornson, C. B. (2015-11-17)
      Two handwritten letters in Icelandic with handwritten English translations. One letter, written in 1890, from J. Petursson, Cash City, Canada to someone in North Dakota, mentions the cold, Icelanders in Canada, and threshers ...
    • Institute Artifacts Collection 

      Institute Artifacts Collections; Institute Artifacts Collections (2012-05-04)
      Artifacts seperated from collections.
    • International Association of Rebekah Assemblies, IOOF, Ivy Lodge, no. 1 (Fargo, N.D.) Records, 1890-1981 

      International Association of Rebekah Assemblies, IOOF, Ivy Lodge, no. 1 (Fargo, N.D.) (First accession); International Association of Rebekah Assemblies, IOOF, Ivy Lodge, no. 1 (Fargo, N.D.) (First accession) (2008-10-07)
      The Ivy Lodge of the Rebekah Assembly is the women's auxiliary to the fraternal lodge, Independent Order of Odd Fellows and was organized in Fargo in 1890. Its records consists primarily of the minutes of the lodge meetings ...
    • International Association of Rebekah Assemblies, IOOF, Ivy Lodge, no. 1 (Fargo, N.D.) Records, 1949-1992 

      International Association of Rebekah Assemblies, IOOF, Ivy Lodge, no. 1 (Fargo, N.D.) (Second accession); International Association of Rebekah Assemblies, IOOF, Ivy Lodge, no. 1 (Fargo, N.D.) (Second accession) (2010-09-10)
      These lodge records reflect later donations documenting the activities of the organization from 1949 to 1992. The majority of the collection concerns the organization, financial standing, and yearly status of the club.
    • International Peace Garden Collection, 1934-1981 

      Stormon, John A.; Stormon, John A. (11/9/2012)
      Correspondence, annual meeting reports of International Peace Garden, Inc., history by John A. Stormon, pamphlets, maps, and newspaper clippings.
    • Ira Eddy Family Papers, 1823-1983 

      Eddy, Ira; Eddy, Ira (2008-10-07)
      Local man whose traced his genealogy to Captain Miles Standish and the earliest known member of the Eddy family, Reverend William Eddy of Cranbrook, England in the county of Kent. Contains two detailed 1846 letters of ...
    • Irene Turli Papers, 1908-2014 

      Turli, Irene; Turli, Irene
      The Irene Turli Papers have been organized into three series: Correspondence, Notebooks, and Subject Files. Irene Turli was a journalist in Bismarck, Williston and Mandan, ND and in Mitchell, SD.
    • Irma Callahan Papers, 1948-1968 

      Callahan, Irma; Callahan, Irma (2008-10-07)
      Active in local and national politics and was a delegate to the National Democratic Primary in 1956.
    • Isaac E. Sutherland family Collection 

      Sutherland, Isaac E.; Gilbert, Norma Gooden; Sutherland, Isaac E.; Gilbert, Norma Gooden (11/18/2015)
      Family history, written by Sutherland's granddaughter Norma Gooden Gilbert, containing information relating to the Sutherland and Gooden families, particularly to his daughter Psyche M. Gooden, and to hardships endured by ...
    • Isadore Papermaster Reminiscence 

      Papermaster, Isadore; Papermaster, Isadore (2016-06-27)
      Typed reminiscence concerning his father, Benjamin Papermaster (1860-1934), a Lithuanian immigrant, who became the first rabbi at Grand Forks, N.D. Includes his life in Anolovo, Lithuania, immigration in 1890, arrival at ...
    • It happened in Fargo --: a hint of what life was like in Fargo (N.D.) in 1984 (minus 4) 

      Unknown author (11/16/2015)
      Photocopy of a typed story concerning person's epilepsy, problems with the Fargo, N.D. Police Department, and four days at the Jamestown State Hospital. Mailed anonymously to the Institute.
    • “It was just a party” by Michael Schmidt paper, 2012 

      Schmidt, Michael; Schmidt, Michael (2016-11-29)
      Contains a written paper on the events of the riot as well as how it’s thought of by the public.
    • Iver Madsen Papers, 1925-1955 

      Madsen, Iver; Madsen, Iver (2008-10-08)
      Iver Madson was a Danish immigrant and Wheatland, N.D. homesteader. The collection is a manuscript of Madson's recollections, dictated to his daughter, concerning his twelve years at sea, four years in New Zealand, ...