University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
Personal work diaries required to be kept by rangers of the U.S. Forest Service -- Diary entries include daily duties performed, time of day performed and the time it took to perform these duties. Mendenhall made note of extreme weather, such as heavy rain and snow (noting snow depths). He also noted things such as damaged phone lines and wildlife he had seen. Mendenhall dispatched crews to complete designated work, checked up on these work crews, and also trained new work crews. Work performed included marking and cutting of limber, flood control, erosion control, trail and road maintenance, and fire control and fighting forest fires. Mrendenhall wrote cutting reports and timber land exchange reports. He also surveyed land, scaled timber, distributed grazing permits, checked grazing on land, called for payments from permitees, counted cattle head that were grazing, and performed timber sales. Mendenhall did payroll, discussed job performance with employees, performed general office ... Read More
Montana State University--Bozeman Libraries,-- Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Diaries, letters, literary productions, scrapbooks, printed materials, and photographs, created by or pertaining to William W. Alderson, E. Lina Alderson Houston, Matthew W. Alderson, Mary Long Alderson, and Myrtle Alderson Griswold. Subjects include Montana journalism, mining in Montana and South America, the temperance movement, women's suffrage, and the history of Bozeman and the Gallatin Valley. Organizations mentioned include Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Montana Press Association, and the National American Woman Suffrage Association. Correspondents include Susan B. Anthony
University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
Diary, in two parts, and reminiscences -- The first part of the diary includes daily entries from 20 Apr. to 12 July 1864. It begins with Hedges leaving Iowa for Idaho. This part of the diary covers his daily experiences on the westward journey. The second part of the diary describes his experiences working in the gold mines upon his arrival in Virginia City in July 1864. This part of the diary includes daily entries from 12 July to 31 Dec. 1864. He mostly writes of his daily work of mining, the cold, and business deals. This section also includes a record of cash accounts from July to Sept. The third manuscript in this collection consists of excerpts from his manuscript entitled "Reminiscences of Early Days in Helena". This covers his experiences just after leaving Virginia City for the mining prospects at Helena's Last Chance Gulch in Jan. 1865
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Thirty-two diaries kept by Hartford Arkwright, a Northern Pacific Railroad post clerk, Miles City rancher, superintendent of a boarding school on the Crow Agency, and husband to Clara Howard. Entrees include weather observations, daily chores and actitivities, family events, local political happenings, and general observations about life in the West. Also includes one unidentified diary (1912) possibly kept by Hartford Arkwright's son, Stanley Arkwright
University of Montana--Missoula,-- Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library,-- K. Ross Toole Archives
This collection consists of Hash's trail diaries from his days as a Forest Service employee in Montana and Idaho. Also included in the collection are several letters that Hash received in 1919
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
These records include a diary (1877) kept by Godfrey including a description of his campaigning along the various tributaries of the Yellowstone River as captain of Company D, and of the battle against the Nez PerceĢ Indians in the Bears Paw Mountains; correspondence (1953-1957) between Mary Godfrey and Edgar Stewart regarding the publication of Edward Settle Godfrey's diary; and a "Soldier's Handbook" belonging to Thomas J. Jones, which includes tally notes (1887-1892) regarding clothing, weapons, and personal items purchased
University of Montana,-- Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
Records relating to Carr's various business ventures, especially Carr & Peck of Ronan, Mont.; and personal papers, including correspondence and a diary. The Carr & Peck materials include financial and legal agreements, correspondence with suppliers, and financial records that include customer names in Ronan. Personal materials include personal letters between Carr and family members, his diary (1905-1915), and his personal impressions of Taft, Mont. Photographs include images of Taft, Hamilton, the Bitterroot Valley, and Elkhorn, Mont
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Papers concerning Neil Howie's law enforcement career -- Collection contains correspondence (1864-1869); five diaries (1864-1869) kept while he was a law enforcement officer; two account books (1860, 1865) and miscellaneous financial materials; certificates of appointments; clippings; and legal documents
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Typed transcript of a diary which documents, in considerable detail, the period immediately following the Battle of the Little Bighorn
University of Montana--Missoula,-- Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
Biographical information, correspondence, written work (published and unpublished), research files, legal documents, academic records, newspaper clippings, and photographs related to Paul C. Phillips and his professional endeavors -- Most of the collection was created or collected by Phillips; however, some materials post-dating his death are included. These materials document Paul Phillips's life and work as one of Montana's earliest and most prominent professional historians as well as an active instructor and administrator for the University of Montana. The collection includes extensive records relating to Phillips's work with the Missoula County Planning Board regarding historical preservation efforts and community planning. Additionally, the collection includes transcriptions of Montana pioneer-era diaries, memoirs, and documents--often the originals for which are lost, deteriorated beyond repair, or held in private collections


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