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    • W. G. Ahles Collection 

      Ahles, W. G.; Ahles, W. G. (2016-06-27)
      Typed summary of interview (7 leaves) with Leonard Sackett concerning his working on the Reid farm, his father John Ahles who operated a brewery at St. Vincent, John Gillespie who was manager of the Reid farm, and Walter ...
    • W. G. Merrifield collection of papers, 1954-1955. 

      Merrifield, W. G.; Merrifield, W. G. (2013-05-10)
      Letter, interview (4 leaves) with Leonard Sackett concerning his employment at Keystone Farm, sale of Keystone Farm after the death of owner Robert Jones, his experiences working at the Downing Farm, mentions F.A. Bagg, ...
    • W. J. Lane Company (Fargo, N.D.) Records, 1913-1968 

      W. J. Lane Company (Fargo, N.D.); W. J. Lane Company (Fargo, N.D.) (2008-10-08)
      Fargo business that delt in real estate, appraisals, property management and loans. Also includes records of associated business, Harry Arneson, Jr. and Associates.
    • Waldemar Westergaard Papers 

      Waldemar, Westergaard; Waldemar, Westergaard (2015-09-08)
      Correspondence, an autobiographical sketch (19 leaves), eulogy for his wife, Mabel Shride Westergaard (1883-1955), copies of his published articles, including "Orin G. Libby," (6 pages), "The Baltic Sea in history," (14 ...
    • Wallace E. Petrie Papers, 1885-1957 

      Petrie, Wallace E.; Petrie, Wallace E. (2008-10-08)
      Wallace Petrie was an Emmons County, ND pioneer. The papers include material on homesteading in Dakota Territory, his sister's ranch and Petrie family clippings.
    • Wallace G. Rice Papers 

      Rice, Wallace G.; Rice, Wallace G. (2015-10-14)
      Typed summary of interview (2 leaves) with Leonard Sackett concerning his father, Joseph F. Rice, who was a funeral director in Fargo, the 1893 Fargo fire, a 1905 Loyal Americans of the Republic, Fargo Assembly No. 36, ...
    • Walter B. Hancock Papers, 1881-1935 

      Hancock, Walter B.; Hancock, Walter B. (2008-10-07)
      Early Fargo architect whose records have not survived, except for this small collection of mementos related to his life and work.
    • Walter B. Rae Interview, 1955 

      Rae, Walter B.; Rae, Walter B. (11/27/2012)
      Typed summary of interview (4 leaves) concerning his uncles William H., Thomas, and Robert Rae and John F., Walter B.'s father, who emigrated from Canada. They first settled at Christine, N.D., later moved to the Dilworth, ...
    • Walter D. Powell Papers, 1901-1959 

      Powell, Walter D.; Powell, Walter D. (2008-10-08)
      Local businessman who moved to western North Dakota and was interested in archaeology and early history. He is credited with the discovery of a Mandan Indian Village near Menoken, N.D. that is believed to have been visited ...
    • Walter G. Hadler Interview 

      Hadler, Walter George; Sackett, Leonard; Hadler, Walter George; Sackett, Leonard (2015-08-03)
      Typed summary of interview with Leonard Sackett concerning his various business interests which included managing a creamery, lumber company agent, organizing a grain elevator, loading freight, and amateur baseball in Ada, ...
    • Walter J. Maddocks Papers, 1899-1929 

      Maddock, Walter J.; Maddock, Walter J. (2008-10-08)
      Walter J. Maddock was raised on a farm near Northwood, N.D. with his farm diary and scrapbook the main components of this small collection.
    • Walter L. Stockwell Collection 

      Stockwell, Walter Lincoln; Stockwell, Walter Lincoln (2015-11-30)
      Correspondence, issues of Masonic Grand Lodge Bulletin, and clippings, relating to Stockwell's duties as state superintendent of public instruction (1902-1910) and Grand Lodge of North Dakota, of which he was Grand Master
    • Wayne Herried World War II Letters, 1944-1945 

      Herreid, Wayne; Herreid, Wayne (2016-12-16)
      Four sets of letters written to Art and Irene between December 1944 and October 1945.
    • Weber Family Papers 

      Harmon, Frieda B.; Harmon, Frieda B. (4/7/2015)
      This family history opens with histories of villages in Russia and the United States. In 1877, Christian and Dorothea Weber emigrated from Russia to America where they settled in Yankton, South Dakota. This family history ...
    • Webster Theatrical Exchange Corporation Records, 1913. 

      Webster Theatrical Exchange; Webster Theatrical Exchange (2012-09-13)
      Consists of its shares subscription list ($10,000.00), articles of incorporation, bylaws, and minutes of the board of directors.
    • “Welcome to Our City: A double barreled story of success” by William P. Fay 

      Fay, William P; Fay, William P (2016-07-12)
      Handwritten fiction story recounting the lives of two families who moved to Fargo, N.D. in 1927 as a place of opportunity. It was written as a tribute to the newspaper want ad, featuring the Fargo forum.
    • Welcome Valley School District No. 74 records, 1882-1955. 

      Welcome Valley School District No. 74 (Cass County, N.D.); Welcome Valley School District No. 74 (Cass County, N.D.) (2015-06-01)
      Located in Section 29, Gardner Township, Cass County. School closed in 1954. School records include the Treasurer’s and Clerks books, receipt books and loose receipts, papers relating to employment and worker’s compensation, ...
    • Welsh and Nordwall Reminisces 

      Nordwall, Lenore; Nordwall, Lenore (2015-12-09)
      Photocopy of her typed manuscript, "We came to North Dakota," reminiscing about her pioneer parents, T.A. and Nellie Welsh, who homesteaded in McGinnis Township, McLean County near Garrison, N.D., her brothers and sisters, ...
    • Wesley College Term paper 

      Flyckt, Margaret; Flyckt, Margaret (2015-11-30)
      Term paper about Wesley College, a Methodist school first located at Wahpeton, N.D. and named Red River Valley University, later moved to University of North Dakota campus in Grand Forks, N.D. Includes explanation of the ...
    • Wesley Methodist Church (Hillsboro, N.D.) Records, 1894-1942 

      Wesley Methodist Church (Hillsboro, N.D.); Wesley Methodist Church (Hillsboro, N.D.) (2008-10-08)
      The records of the Methodist Church in Hillsboro North Dakota that is now a member of the Hillboro United Parish