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Amenia and Sharon Land Company Records, 1856-1967
The Company was a Cass County Bonanza farm managed and later owned by the late Chaffee family. The collection consists of company records, its subsidiaries, and persons involved. The company records span 1875-1923 and ...
Banner Health System Records, 1937-2002
Through publications and historical works documents the development of Lutheran Hospitals and Homes Society, later called Lutheran Health Systems, before merger to form Banner Health Systems in 1999.
Mid America Steel Inc. Records, 1905-1994
The Mid American Steel Inc. Records include two financial ledgers from the beginning of the Fargo Foundry. The first financial ledger belonged to Thomas L. Sykes, from when he was on his own as a boilermaker. Also included ...
Emma Betsy Larson Poems
Printed undated copies of her poems, "To the man of the rails," and "My church."
Fargo Urban Renewal Agency Newspaper Clipping Collection, 1962-1974
The collection contains newspaper clippings related to the Fargo Urban Renewal Agency, 1962-1974.
Isadore Papermaster Reminiscence
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 ...
Charles B. Erdel Papers
Chiefly letters received by Erdel for liquor orders from individuals living in North Dakota, which was dry at the time. Originals salvaged from the basement of the Rathskeller Saloon, in Moorhead, prior to its demolition.
Benson County Agricultural and Training School Collection
Copy of a student survey (37 leaves) on the topics of dating, future plans, sex education, compiled and written by Lois Knatterud, a NDAC student, and a newspaper clipping.
Ole A. Bryn Reminiscences
Typed reminiscence concerning his early years in Berwick and the business people and buildings of Berwick.
H. Elaine Lindgren Papers on the Fargo 12th Avenue North Bridge Controversy, 1961-1986
North Dakota State University professor of Sociology who spent twelve years studying a grassroots group that opposed the construction of a bridge to be used for commercial purposes through their residential neighborhood.