University of Washington
Photographs of Montana including mining scenes, wagon trains, and views of a lynching
Cornell University Libraries
Correspondence and other papers of several New York State families, discussing everyday events and problems, agriculture, religion, and prices; also, Civil War letters of the Carver brothers of Savannah, New York; other letters concern life in Montana and the Dakota territories and western Canada (1870s). Includes correspondence of the Barnhardt family, Luke Blodgett, D. Watson Davis, Henry Dean, and Aaron Lane; correspondents include Theodore and W. H. Allen, Lydia Barnhardt, George Boardman, John and George Coventry, Alex Vattemore, the Salina and Central Square Plank Road Company, and the Waterloo Woolen Manufacturing Company
Cornell University Libraries
Correspondence and typed articles relating to ornithology in general and the Ivory-billed Woodpecker in particular; field notes on the Cornell University-American Museum of Natural History Expedition, 1935; notes on the Ivory-billed Woodpecker, 1936-1968; "The Ivory-billed Woodpecker: Research Report #1 of the National Audubon Society," by James T. Tanner, 1942, annotated by Dr. Tanner, 1989; and field notes on the Imperial Woodpecker Expedition, 1962. Also locality records, indexed by species; notes and a manuscript describing the birds of Cape May, NJ, with an emphasis on the portection of hawks, 1936; notes and a manuscript about observations made in Cortland County, NY, in 1933, as an undergraduate project for Arthur Allen; notes about melanism in birds, including an original drawing, 1934 and 1948-49; field notes on Junco study in the Great Smoky Mountains; notes on canoe trips; field notes for a willet study at Long Beach, NC, 1976; bird records from Long Beach, NC, 1961-1990; ... Read More
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Part of ts. draft of unpublished book and article on Jeannette Rankin
South Dakota State Historical Society Archives
Consists of fourteen notebooks compiled by Josephine Waggoner, daughter of Arnold's wife. The contents contain Arnold's reminiscences of life in the west, concentrating on the period from 1864 through 1877, taken during an interview by Waggoner
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Letters of reply to Emerson dated Helena, Mont., Oct. 23, 1918, and New York, Mar. 27, 1919, from suffragist Maria M. Dean and others, who discuss their work in the campaign for the vote in Montana and recommend other sources of information
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
An autobiography and other writings by George Nelson Knapp, a farmer and geologist who was born in Wisconsin and lived and worked in New Jersey, Minnesota, Montana, and Alabama. Included is a genealogy of Knapp's mother's family, the descendants of George Henry Brereton, an Irish immigrant who settled in Dane County, Wisconsin, in 1852; genealogical information on the Bower and Knapp families; and a biography of relative Charles Walter Hart, a pioneer in the development of the internal combustion engine for farm use and of the gas tractor in Iowa and later a leader in the oil refining industry in Montana
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Stereographs of geological features and engineering work along the Northern Pacific Railroad in Montana and North Dakota, 1883, photographed by Frank Jay Haynes. Images in PH 1072 show a headquarters group at Billings, Bozeman tunnel construction and engineers' camp, Big Horn tunnel and bridge, Eagle Butte, Badlands, and an Indian burial ground. Images in PH 779 show groups on the "Villard 'Golden Spike' Excursion," the opening ceremony of the Northern Pacific in North Dakota, September 8, 1883
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Records of a financial institution located in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, that did nearly all of its business in northern Wisconsin, North Dakota, and eastern Montana -- The company made loans to farmers in return for first mortgages on the farm property and subsequently sold these mortgages to individual investors. It also bought and sold farm lands, acted as trustee for bond issues of local government units and private companies, and occasionally made loans on city property in Eau Claire. Hence the records document agricultural credit, farming conditions, and capital formation in the regions where the company did business. The collection also includes substantial personal data on the individuals to whom it lent money and on the physical characteristics of the property it accepted as security
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Scrapbooks compiled by Peter Schell Loy, De Pere, Wisconsin, including genealogy of the Loy family and the related Arndt, Baird, Davis, Drescher, Ferguson, Hannon, Hoffman, Kurtz, Mortimer, and Stuart families, and of General William Dickenson, one of the founders of De Pere; family correspondence; photographs and portraits, including photographs of De Pere; clippings on De Pere history; a history of Loysburg, Pennsylvania; postcards of Phoenix, Arizona; Bedford and Loysburg, Pennsylvania; and Appleton and Green Bay, Wisconsin; and correspondence of F.L. Wager concerning his trip by covered wagon to the Montana goldfields with other residents of De Pere