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    • Jack Beeching Manuscripts, 1965-1966 

      Beeching, Jack (2008-10-06)
      English born poet who was at NDSU during the 1965-66 academic year and worked on his manuscript The Dakota Project.
    • Jacob A. Pankratz Records, 1964 

      Pankratz, Jacob (8/29/2016)
      Contains a booklet from Ottilie Pankratz’s memorial service, a letter to Leonard Sackett concerning this donation to the archives, and finally, his handwritten memoir.
    • Jacob Huber Memoir, circa 1970s 

      Huber, Jacob (2013-06-25)
      This handwritten reminiscence covers the author's parents Jacob and Katherine (Wessel) Huber, German Russian immigrants, who came to the United States in 1906 and settled in Mercer County, N.D., near Dodge. To a large ...
    • Jacob J. Lawrence Family Papers 

      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 ...
    • Jacob Walters Papers 

      Walters, Jacob (2016-06-22)
      Correspondence, typed summary of interview (5 leaves) with Leonard Sackett concerning his life and the Grandin elevator at Gardner, N.D. Includes mention of the homestead built by his father, Carl Walters, and of the Grandin ...
    • James A. Trudell Papers, 1924, 1955, 1967 

      Trudell, James A. (10/2/2012)
      Typed summary of interview (3 leaves) with James and Susanna (Chernich) Trudell. Concerns various people in the Mooreton, N.D. area, including brief mention of her father, Michael Chernich, an Austrian immigrant and early ...
    • James and Clara McKissick interview, 1953. 

      McKissick, James (12/3/2012)
      Extensive interview with James and Clara Trammell McKissick about his father, Charles, who managed the Dwight Farm, later the Hinkle Smith Farm near Amenia, N.D. and the Grandin Farm near Mayville. Mentions the livestock ...
    • James B. Blanchard Reminiscences, 1917 

      Blanchard, James B. (2012-09-18)
      Slightly illegible typed copy of his reminiscences concerning the early days of Moorhead, his logging career, and incidents related to his job as a law officer in Moorhead, Minn.
    • James B. Power Papers, 1872-1930 

      Power, J. B. (James Buel) (2008-10-08)
      Power was a Northern Pacific land agent and farmer. The collection contains 14 volumes of indexed correspondence that give valuable information on the inside operation of the railroads and the opening of agricultural lands ...
    • James Berg Legislative Papers, 1988-1997 

      Berg, James (2008-10-06)
      Active in the North Dakota Democratic Party, Berg served in the North Dakota House of Representatives from 1992 to 1994 and the Senate from 1996 until his death in 1997. His papers cover his legislative career.
    • James C. Baccus Papers, 1951, 1965 

      Baccus, James C. (2012-09-11)
      Script of the play, West is the land (46 leaves) written by Baccus and Frank Scott in 1951, a program from the Fargo production, and a clipping. The play is set somewhere in the West and involves two brothers, politics, ...
    • James F. Hazard Interview 

      Hazard, James F; Drache, Hiram M. (12/3/2015)
      Typed summary of interview with Hiram Drache concerning the Cooper Ranch with some mention of livestock and farm operations, the Cooper family, and Charles Houghton, Hazard's father-in-law.
    • James Florance Collection 

      Florance, James (2016-06-30)
      Typed summary of interview (8 leaves) with Leonard Sackett concerning the Hill Farm at Northcote, Minn., family history article and newspaper clippings on the Florance Farm at Hallock, Minn., and a poem entitled "The ...
    • James Holes Family Papers, 1875-1937 

      Holes, James (2008-10-07)
      One of the earliest settlers in the Fargo area whose papers document his private and business affairs.
    • James P. Schell Papers, 1869-1961 

      Schell, James P. (2008-11-06)
      Reverend who served many of the churches in the Red River Valley who wrote In the Ojibway Country as well as other historical manuscripts.
    • James Sweeney Collection 

      Sweeney, James (2015-11-17)
      Donor letter, and typed reminiscence "Narrative of James Sweeney," (12 leaves), as related to J. Ross Mackenzie (dated June 1, 1921), concerning Mr. Sweeney's life in the 5th U.S. Army in the 1850s and gold prospecting in ...
    • James W. Foley Papers, 1923-1958 

      Foley, James W. (10/9/2012)
      Correspondence; poetry; copies of North Dakota Hymn, the official state song (to which Foley wrote the words); and newspaper clippings.
    • James W. Lydon Papers, circa 1960s 

      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 ...
    • James W. McKinnon Interview 

      McKinnon, James W. (2016-06-02)
      Interview conducted by Leonard Sackett of the Institute in which McKinnon talks about his father, James McKinnon, a Scottish immigrant to Woodstock, Ontario, Canada and in 1881 to Mapleton, N.D. where he farmed. He also ...
    • James W. McNary Records, 1930-1953 

      McNary, James W. (9/28/2012)
      Typed summary of interview (1 leaf) with Leonard Sackett concerning Baldwin Farms, his salary, introduction of alfalfa, plowing; typed copy of speech (5 leaves) entitled "What professional farm management stands for," typed ...