Most of the records document administration of the Project. Grant, Lou Henry Hoover, Andrew Johnson, James Monroe, William H. (.25ft) 10183 Elizabeth Ellen Roberts Papers, 1956-1961 Correspondence, manuscripts for articles, printed materials, newspaper clippings, photographs, notes, reminiscences, and ephemera.
Genealogical information and oral history interview transcripts make up the remainder of the collection. (1.25ft.) 10160 Alfred White Papers, 1931-1938 Biography, scrapbook containing White’s newspaper articles on settlement in western North Dakota, a photograph, notes on Theodore Roosevelt in the Badlands, and an account of an Independence Day celebration in Dickinson, ND. Dexter Peirce Papers, 1795-1945 Correspondence concerning Peirce's appointment as Postmaster of Larimore, ND, the Civil War, postmaster appointments, Larimore Commercial Club, politics, personal affairs, and research and albums of autographs of prominent 19th and 20th century political, military, and literary figures. Papers relate to family affairs, the Marquis de Mores, and women's organizations. Dolan Papers, 1863-1870; 1930-1965 Desk diaries, correspondence, and activity and expense reports (1930-1965), correspondence between Terrence, John, and Bernard Dolan (1863-1870), legal documents, a genealogy of the Dolan family, papers of Dolan's son Thomas, a Catholic priest, including diaries and expense reports relating to ministerial activities and the Knights of Columbus, and a blacklist book from the James M. (1.5ft) 10188 Ruth Laplant Reid 1910s-1960s Reminiscences of North Dakota in the early 1900s and recipes of Laura Odegaard, Andrew Hemley, and Verne Barks.
Specific activities and topics include the Presbyterian Church, Jamestown College, International Peace Gardens, the Masons, ND Golden Jubilee, and the University of Michigan Law School (1894), Scottish and Gaelic studies, and politics. 1920-1960 Sheet music, newspaper clippings, printed material valentines, ephemera, family photograph albums, and diaries describing trips to Europe and across the U. (7ft) 10132 Bryant Family Papers, 1885-1931 Napoleon, ND; Logan County, ND Correspondence, printed material, and financial records of Foster School District No. (5.5ft) 10135 Allen Petersen Papers, 1974 Research notes relating to the history of New Rockford, ND, ca.
2, Logan County, and notes and legal papers relating to the real estate business of George A. 1883-1929; and notes, correspondence, and photographs concerning Thomas R. Morris, 1828-1918, a Civil War veteran and resident of New Rockford. Webster Papers, 1926-1975 Correspondence, scrapbooks, data questionnaires, newspaper clippings, and printed material relating to research on the early history of Dunn County.
(4.5ft) 10151 Who’s Who for North Dakota Records, 1954-1955 Biographical data sheets and related correspondence, financial records, editorial directions, and drafts generated in preparation for . Winship relating to personal and business affairs, newspaper clippings, notes, and a speech by Charles Cavileer. Boller Papers, 1853-1951 Fort Atkinson, IA; Mc Lean County, ND Letters from Boller to his relatives in Pennsylvania describing his trip to Fort Atkinson, his life there, and the Indians; correspondence with Elliott Couers, Washington Matthews, George Catlin and others concerning a revised edition of his book, (1868); a notebook of Hidatsa linguistic material, newspaper clippings concerning Boller’s book, and a diary. Dease Papers, 1867-1966 Genealogical information concerning the Dease family and early Pembina County settlers, family papers, photographs, printed material, correspondence, and a biography of Antoine Gingras.The Reilly Luffsey murder trial records date from 1885 and consist of a court petition, trial transcript, and court docket entries. The periodicals contain articles regarding the life of the Marquis and ephemera of household goods leaflets, catalogs, a brand book, and travel brochures. (2.75ft) 10042 Alexander Mc Kenzie Papers, 1875-1890 Visitor’s register to the real estate office of Mc Kenzie and Holmes, letter book containing business correspondence dealing with the Bismarck Water Works, sale of Northern Pacific Railroad property, state and local politics, and a naturalization certificate. (1.25ft) 10069 Nina Farley Wishek Papers, 1923-1931 Manuscript entitled, “The Marquis de Mores and the North Dakota Badlands,” letters and notes relating to the Sully Expedition and stage lines in southern North Dakota, and poetry.Will Sr., and the bulk of the papers reflect his interest in North Dakota archaeology, dendrology, ethnobotany, the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara people, and the history of Bismarck (N. Also includes research and manuscripts by Josephine Waggoner and Melvin Gilmore, among many others. Bill Papers, 1927-1937 Manuscript of the memoirs of Walter J. Traill, and correspondence concerning Bill's efforts to publish them.Bill, a steamboatman and steamboat historian, lived in Minneapolis, MN (.25ft.) 10196 James A.Miscellany includes manuscripts, French language periodicals, ephemera, and newspapers. (.25ft/1r#13087) 10046 Dana Monroe Wright Papers, 1916-1963 Burleigh County, ND; Kidder County, ND; Stutsman County, ND Correspondence, subject files, biographies, research notes, and maps. (7.25ft/oversize/1r/#9162) 10049 Garrison Dam Closure Committee Records, 1953 Committee minutes, correspondence, invitations, reservations, guest lists, financial records, dedication programs, news releases, and newspaper clippings documenting the planning and arrangement of the dedication of the Garrison Dam. (.25ft) 10070 Usher Lloyd Burdick Papers, 1870-1958 Copies of articles written by Burdick, entitled "The Last Battle of the Sioux Nation," and "The Murder Trial of Antoinne De Vallombrosa, Marquis de Mores," a bibliographical sketch of John Leach, notes and drawings concerning the Battle of the Little Big Horn, speeches, newsletters, correspondence, newspaper clippings, articles, scrapbooks "Your Congressman Comments," and copies of House bills introduced by Burdick. Governor of North Dakota, 1911-1912 and US House of Representatives, 1935-1945.