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(.5ft and oversize) 10008 Mandan Creamery and Produce Company Records, 1933 Correspondence, reminiscences, and historical sketches relating to North Dakota submitted to the creamery as part of a history contest. Scrapbook contains clippings on the Marquis' activities while in Dakota kept by his wife, Medora.
(1ft) 10051 George Kimball Dike Papers, 1874-1909 Correspondence, biographical material, personal papers, maps, field notes, legal and financial documents, printed material, and photographs concerning work and life of a North Dakota surveyor who came to Walsh County in 1879 (3ft) 10058 Lewis Ferandus Crawford Papers, 1907-1927 Notebooks, essays, newspaper clippings, and correspondence concerning ranching, banking, Indians, and settlement in western North Dakota. (.25ft) 10085 Orin Grant Libby Papers, 1902-1943 The collection relates to Libby's professional and personal activities: Secretary of the State Historical Society of North Dakota, Grand Historian of the North Dakota Masonic Grand Lodge, Professor of History at the University of North Dakota.
Collection includes interviews with early settlers. Superintendent and curator of the State Historical Society of North Dakota. Nuessle, chairman of the North Dakota Selective Service Board, genealogical records, military records, and certificates of commendation. Records consist of correspondence, research materials, and notebooks.
Records relating to Libby's activities as Professor of History at the University of North Dakota, 1908-1919, consist of correspondence with other faculty regarding University matters.
Records relating to Libby's position as Grand Historian of the North Dakota Masonic Grand Lodge consist of correspondence, notebook, manuscripts, notes, and documents relating to Masonic history in North Dakota. Eaton Papers, 1912-1932 Personal and business correspondence relating to ranching, farming, Eaton's abstract business, activities as Register of Deeds, local school districts, the National Prosperity League, and the Nonpartisan League (including a copy of a speech by A. Townley), bank statements, abstracts of title, and poetry.