Syracuse University - Special Collections Research Center and University Archives
Templeton was U.S. District Attorney for western New York, and served on the Buffalo Port Authority. Collection includes correspondence, 1917-1951; manuscripts of writings, 1899-1952; published materials, 1924-1947; photographs; and material on the University of Buffalo (where Templeton was a lecturer), 1907-1952. Other subjects include Allegany State Park, the Buffalo Port Authority, prohibition, and Republican politics in the Buffalo area. Correspondents include Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., S. Wallace Dempsey, James Wadsworth, and Mabel W. Willebrandt.
Illinois State Library - Gwendolyn Brooks Building
Buffalo Grove High School, home of the Bison, located at 1100 West Dundee Road in Buffalo Grove opened in 1973, the eighth and last campus in Township High School District 214. Dr. Clarence "Chick" Miller served as first principal. Dr. Christensen, then superintendent, felt that, "In order for a school to work, students need to talk to the administrators, and the administrators need to listen." As a result of that theory, open classrooms and new programs were tried here. This item is part of the collection of the Arlington Heights Historical Society (http://www.ahmuseum.org)
Correspondence, an autobiographical sketch (19 leaves), eulogy for his wife, Mabel Shride Westergaard (1883-1955), copies of his published articles, including "Orin G. Libby," (6 pages), "The Baltic Sea in history," (14 pages), and an annotated copy of "Marcus Thrane in America : some unpublished letters from 1880-1884" (5 pages)
Manuscript and miscellaneous materials pertaining to Wyoming author Dollie Iberlin's 1981 book, "The Basque Web," on Basque Americans in Buffalo Wyoming. Also includes a poem titled "The Basque Country" by Cyrena Harper
State Historical Society of North Dakota State Archives
Postcards of historic sites in Buffalo, N.D. including the Episcopal Church, Public School, Front Street, Main Street, Buffalo in 1910 and three copy negatives and prints of other historic sites in Buffalo including the Episcopal Church, the Catholic Church and Dale Bentley's house