University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
Topics include attending college and teaching in North Dakota during the Depression; the CCC in North Dakota; and teaching in Wyoming and Montana after the war
South Carolina Historical Society
The most significant portion of the papers consists of correspondence (1909-1971) relating to many aspects of Stoney's personal and family life and legal and political careers -- Also includes case records, including papers pertaining to the sale of Social Hall, The Bluff, and Airy Hall plantations (1920s-1930s); documents (including reports, newsletters, clippings, and other material) pertaining to Stoney's educational, political, social, and fraternal memberships and affiliations. Organizations represented include Porter Military Academy, University of the South (Sewanee, Tenn.), University of South Carolina (especially in regard to the football program), Charleston Chamber of Commerce, Charleston Athletic Club, and several Episcopal churches. Plantation and farm records (1939-1971) include financial and property records pertaining to a farm in Ladson, S.C., and Kensington Plantation. Also included are the papers of Beverly Means DuBose Stoney (Mrs. Thomas P. Stoney), Randell Croft ... Read More
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Topics include his early life on a homestead near Baker; his experiences in CCC camps at Whitetail and Volborg in 1934 and 1935; camp construction; camp life; recreation; discipline; his opinions of the New Deal; life in eastern Montana during the 1930s Depression; and sheep and cattle ranching in Fallon and Custer counties
Cambridge Historical Society
First series contains political campaign literature from various Cambridge candidates seeking public office from 1925 to 1958. It consists of Dear Friend letters, political pamphlets, fliers, leaflets, candidate brochures, rally and party invitation cards, voter guides, written campaign songs, and reprints of news articles. Initiative petition ballots, bumper stickers, warrants for state elections, instructional booklets for local election officials, inaugural addresses and absentee ballots are also included among this material -- Folders labeled political pamphlets and brochures consist of items produced by such local organizations as the Cambridge League of Women Voters, the Cambridge Industrial Association, the Special Committee on Taxation, the City of Cambridge and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the Cambridge Teacher's Club, supporters and opponents of Plan E (a city manager form of government), and the Cambridge Civic Association. Folders labeled Undated candidate campaign ... Read More
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Topics include the Civilian Conservation Corps in Idaho
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
This collection consists of two letters (1986) written by Wilfred G. Hill to Gov. Ted Schwinden and to the Montana Historical Society detailing the early years of the CCC in Montana, focusing upon its role in the creation of the Lewis and Clark Cavern State Park. Also included is a photocopy of an article (1983) by Robert J. Duhse, "C.C.C.: They Helped Build a Better America.".
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Topics include conditions during the 1930s Depression; their employment by the WPA; ranching; droughts; and social activities in Miles City
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Olson talked about his early years in northern Idaho. He focused on the period between the late 1910s and the 1940s and on the following topics: Prohibition, the Great Depression, the programs of the New Deal (the Civilian Conservation Corps and the Works Progress (or Projects) Administration), Farragut Naval Training Station, the 1933 flood, and the lumber trade
Montana Historical Society, Library and Archives Dept.
Topics include her youth and schooling in Custer and Powder River counties; working with the federal Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA) in Powder River County; conditions during the 1930s Depression; her work in the Custer County treasurer's office
Idaho State Historical Society, Idaho Oral History Center
Gedney describes his life in the Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, area. The time period covered is the 1920s through 1983. Topics include his Coeur d'Alene medical practice, the Civilian Conservation Corps, his education, the mining industry, and many specific buildings in Coeur d'Alene


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