Institute Finding Aids: Education

  • Amenia School District No. 43 (Cass County, N.D.) (Mss 101)
    Documents the administration of a rural school district in Cass County, N.D. from 1911 to 1936.
  • Busby, Carrie (Mss 288)
    Linton, N.D. native who taught schools in Emmons, Nelson, Kidder and Richland counties of N.D.
  • Communication, Speech And Theatre Association Of North Dakota (Accession 2907)
  • Cynosure (Fargo Central High School Newspaper) (LD1771.F40 C93 (issues in Institute newspaper collection))
    The Cynosure began publication apparently in 1901 as a monthly student publication of the Fargo, N.D. High School. The title was taken from Milton's poem L'Allegro according to the web site of the Fargo Central High School Alumni Association. It continued publication into 1966 when Fargo Central High School burned. The school was not rebuilt and instead Fargo South High School was built, complementing Fargo North High School.
  • Emerson H. Smith Parent-Teacher Association (Mss268)
    This quite complete set of records documents the activities of the P.T.A. and school, for an elementary school on the south side of Fargo, N.D.
  • Fargo College (Mss 153)
    The collection comes from part of the Frederick E. Stratton Papers. Fargo College was a Congregational College founded in 1887 and closed in 1922.
  • Fargo (N.D.). Public Schools (Mss 263)
    Official records of the Fargo school district to include board minutes, financial records, student records, and information on individual schools.
  • Fargo Retired Teachers Association (Mss 95)
    Founded in 1955 as the Fargo Retired Teachers Club, a social club for women teachers who retired from the Fargo school system.
  • Folklore Collection Of Dr. Timothy J. Kloberdanz And His NDSU Students (Mss 146)
  • Groves, Ernest R. (Mss 169)
    Groves and his wife, Gladys Hoagland, were pioneer University of North Carolina educators in the areas of sex and marriage, and were writers on the American family.
  • Groves, Gladys (Mss 169)
    Groves and his wife, Gladys Hoagland, were pioneer University of North Carolina educators in the areas of sex and marriage, and were writers on the American family.
  • Halland, John G. (Mss 353)
    Halland, a Norwegian immigrant, was the North Dakota Superintendent of Instruction from 1896 to 1900 and a North Dakota State University history professor from 1902 to 1910.
  • Kloberdanz, Timothy J. (Mss 146)
  • Lobben Sisters (Mss 18)
    The Lobben sisters were three Fargo residents who all taught in the Fargo school systems. Clara Lobben was the first principal at Ben Franklin School.
  • North Central Educational Television Association (Mss 137)
    Incorporated in 1959, and owner and operator of KFME public television station in Fargo which began broadcasting in January 1964.
  • North Dakota Association Of Family And Consumer Sciences (Accession 2965)
  • North Dakota Council Of Teachers Of English (Mss 323)
    The records of the North Dakota Council of Teachers of English consist entirely of the notebook contents of former president of the council, Naedine Aanestad. The collection is extremely eclectic, and the documents address a wide variety of subjects.
  • North Dakota. Division Of Independent Study (Mss 344)
  • North Dakota School Of Religion (Mss 46)
    School located in Fargo providing non-sectarian religious education and eventually absorbed into the NDSU Department of Religion under the supervision of a Professor of Religion.
  • Phi Delta Kappa. Fargo-Moorhead Chapter (Mss 316)
  • Rush River School District No. 63 (Cass County, N.D.) (SC 15)
    The school located in southeastern Gunkle Township of Cass County, N.D.
    The register lists students in attendance, teachers, daily program, textbooks used, library books, student exam scores, and visitors; covers 1919-1923 school terms. Teachers included Clara B. Lee, Helen I. Ostby, Isabel McKinnon, and Ellen Pfeifer
  • Scandia School District #22 (Pierce County, N.D.) (Mss 65)
    Small, rural school in Pierce County composed of German-Russian and Norwegian-American students that was eventually absorbed into the Rugby School System in 1970.
  • Stratton, Frederick E. (Mss 31)
    Educator in Iowa, Minnesota and Fargo College.
  • Tri-College University (Mss 154)
    Incorporated in 1970 as a cooperative educational arrangement between North Dakota State University, Concordia College and Moorhead State University.
  • Wemett, William M. (Mss 449)
    A New York native who became Valley City State College history professor from 1910 to 1954 after a brief high school teaching career.