University of the Pacific - William Knox Holt Memorial Library
Consists of typed pages of translated excerpts from correspondence of Ole T. Kensrud and his brother, Erick Kjensrud to their family in Norway (1867-1883)
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of a Calio, North Dakota, student who did fund raising to help support civil rights workers Henry and Susan Lorenzi, Mileston, Mississippi; including correspondence and reports from the Lorenzis, newsletters they produced, and a newspaper article describing the rise of the "New Left" in North Dakota with a picture of Odermann distributing leaflets
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Exhibits filed in a Dane County, Wisconsin, court case involving S. L. Bennett of Black Earth, Wisconsin and the Lombard Land Company of St. Paul, Minnesota; including correspondence, a land sale promotion booklet, and photographs pertaining to Bennett's 1907 purchase of land in North Dakota
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Twenty-seven leather bound volumes and numerous memoranda booklets kept by George L. Storer, Madison, Wis., his wife Mary, and three of their children, John, Anna, and Mary Storer Frankenburger. They document family financial affairs and financial transactions of the First Unitarian Society which George apparently served as treasurer. Included are records of real estate investments which include mortgages in Wisconsin and the Dakota Territory, rent received, and personal and household expenses. There are also three diaries kept by Mary Storer, 1906-1907 and the family bible, 1858-1945. George Storer retired to Madison after running a dry goods wholesale business in Sanford, Maine
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
Papers of Jones, U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs from 1897-1905; including correspondence, some with Theodore Roosevelt; reports on reservation conditions, materials on the 1902-1904 special investigations involving land leasing controversies at the Standing Rock Reservation (North and South Dakota) and the Uinta and Uncompahgre Reservations (Utah), travel notebooks, and other documentation of Indian affairs; and a few personal papers relating to Jones' political activities and work for the Mineral Point Zinc Company, New Jersey Zinc Company, First National Bank of Mineral Point, and the Mineral Point and Northern Railroad
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Copies of speech, programs, clippings, obituaries, and memorials, relating to Young, including materials concerning his career as chief justice (1902-1906) of North Dakota Supreme Court; address by his wife, Ida (Clarke) Young as president of North Dakota Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, presented to the Minnesota association (1915); autobiography; poems; and documents relating to First Congregational Church of Fargo
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Historical sketches of various parish churches in the Fargo Diocese
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Autobiography and incomplete drafts of autobiography; speeches; copy of periodical Red Ink (1934) featuring cartoons relating to North Dakota politician William Langer; financial report and other materials of and concerning the Bank of North Dakota; and miscellaneous papers. Subjects include public schools and child welfare in North Dakota, Independent Voters Association, the state and national Republican parties, Republican National Committee and Craig's service as national committeewoman (1928), and North Dakota Emergency Relief Administration. Correspondents include Edward O. Craig

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