University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
Chiefly outgoing correspondence and short stories written by Gertrude Hutchinson Merritt and a brief biography of her life written by Richard L. Merritt -- The writings describe Gertrude Merritt?s travels and work in New York, Europe, Latin America, and San Francisco from 1925 to her death in 1971
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The Abraham Horace Albertson papers are comprised of correspondence, a notebook, and writings related to Albertson's professional activities as an architect, a member of various boards and commissions, and the architect for U.S. Federal Housing Administration in Washington State. Topics include architecture, design, urban planning, the Northern Life building, the Metropolitan Tract, Everett's City Hall, the Federal Housing Administration, the Home Owners' Loan Corporation, the regulation of building heights and skyscrapers, living and housing conditions in Seattle, and a camping trip. Correspondents include Edmond S. Meany, S. Edward Paschall, Margaret Bundy Callahan, B. Marcus Priteca. F.C. Staunton, John Mead Howell of Howell and Stokes, M.W. Bean, Ellis F. Lawrence and the American Institute of Architects
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Three typescript narrative reminiscences (as well as the original handwritten copy of one) describing his early childhood; detailing the work done by him and his father; and comparing the lives of early cowboys with those working in the late 1960s
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Leonard A. Slade, Jr. is a distinguished professor of English and a poet who has held positions at Kentucky State University (1965-1988) and the State University of New York at Albany (1988- ). A graduate of the University of Illinois, professor Slade has published several volumes of poems and won numerous awards for writing and teaching. In addition to his books, the collection contains manuscripts, correspondence, documents, photographs, braodsides, and clippings
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Bevis interviews Guthrie about the rationale behind Big Sky and Guthrie's reaction to the comments made by the panelists in the previous lecture. Bevis concludes with a discussion of Big Sky as representative of the naturalism movement of the early 20th century
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Bills, accounts, receipts, and 54 letters relating primarily to the schooner Harmony, ship Roger Sherman, and brigs Neutrality, Pleiades, and Sarah, commanded by Lowell in the coastwise and West Indies trades with cargoes primarily of lumber, salt, coal, and coffee -- Also includes correspondence with William Heath, Lowell's brother-in-law and business partner in the 1850's
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Vietnam Summer records include minutes of the steering committee, correspondence (April-September, 1967), funding proposals, state and city project files, monthly audit reports, press conference packets, applications of volunteers, files of Vietnam Summer News, the Vietnam Summer Organizer's Manual, the Teachers' Project Manual, newspapers clippings and scrapbooks, leaflets, buttons, and photographs -- Correspondents include Gar Alperovitz, Richard R. Fernandez, Gregory H. Finger, Joseph Hanlon, Chester W. Hartman, Robert Holtzapple, Stewart Meacham, Norman Potter, Marilyn L. Salzman, Donald Siano, Trevor Thomas, Sue Thrasher, Lee D. Webb
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The bulk of the collection deals with Britton's involvement with the Executive Committee of the Inaugural Ceremonies of March 4, 1889. There is also a small amount of personal and professional correspondence, and obituaries of John Britton
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Phifer discusses jumps he made in Montana and fires he helped fight. Carrying injured men out on the rough trails was difficult. He also discusses parachute slots, cooking, and the quality of the food
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Letters from Burns to his wife, Mary (Waud) Burns, in New Jersey, relating to his stay in England from Feb. to July 1910, where he tried selling his work to various publishers; together with samples of his engravings from Harpers' New Monthly Magazine, Literary Digest, Century Magazine and others