University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
Minutes of stockholders' meetings from 1883 to 1963
The Citadel Archives & Museum
Consists of a five volume typescript, "The Encyclopedia of the Civil War," and a one-volume typescript, "Annotated Quotations: The Gettysburg Campaign" -- Collection also includes Vietnamese currency, song books, propaganda leaflets, newspapers and a Viet Cong indoctrination booklet
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
Over 300 catalogs, advertising fliers, brochures, and pamphlets, accumulated by the Rice family, covering a broad range of household and other products, businesses and services, and transportation, many used by middle-and upper-income households -- Includes catalogs from many states with the majority from businesses in the Midwest
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, organizational and historical materials (1913-1970); minutes (1890-1971); financial records (1913-1968); legal documents (1910-1966); court papers, hearing transcripts, reports, resolutions, speeches, writings, subject files, and other records, relating to the council and affiliated organizations including Labor Temple Corporation; Pierce County Central Labor Council, Politician Education Pierce County Committee; Tacoma Central Labor Council, and its Labor Day and Mother Robinson committees; United Labor Advisory Committee; Washington State Committee on Apprentice Training; Washington State Apprenticeship Council; Women's Union Card and Label League, Tacoma, Wash.; and the newspaper Tacoma Labor Advocate. Major correspondents include Homer Truett Bone and Warren Grant Magnuson. Includes taped interview with council officers Harry S. McIlvaigh and Clyde H. Hupp
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence; copies of Saunders's serial newspaper articles (1914-1923) published in Fargo Forum and Courier-News, relating to early North Dakota and Red River Valley history, including his columns entitled "Bits of North Dakota History," "Historical Letters," "North Dakota Builders," and "Those Pioneers" (chiefly biographical in nature); and other papers. Includes information pertaining to Congregationalism and Presbyterianism in North Dakota, National Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union, North Dakota Sunday School Association, Red River Valley Old Settlers Association, Barrie and New Rockford, N.D., and Eddy, Richland, and Traill counties, N.D. Correspondents include Elizabeth Preston Anderson
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Minutes of conferences from the organization of the church June 15, 1895 to Dec. 12, 1965, including articles of faith, the church covenant, membership rolls, and obituaries. Other church records include Sunday School records, 1905-12, with attendance rolls, lists of officers and teachers, and collections
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Papers of and relating to whaling masters James M. Buddington, Sidney O. Budington, cabin boy James W. Buddington, and other family members. The first folder contains a protection certificate, while the next four contain copies of death certificates, applications for admittance to Sailors Snug Harbor, and newspaper articles about Leroy Buddington's brief escape from a state hospital and Captain Sidney O. Budington's association with the Eskimo's and Charles F. Hall's arctic exploration. The remaining folders, 6-9, contain information relating to the Buddington family as a whole; a typed paper describing the family homes; a handwritten genealogical tree circa 1900; genealogical notes, many copied from published books, or worksheets; and xerox and photographed copies of legal manuscript documents from the seventeenth and eighteenth century signed by members of the Buddington family. The "Buddington Geneological Notes," folder contains assorted papers including family worksheets, xerox ... Read More
University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
This collection contains a wide scope of materials from the Isdell Mercantile Company. Invoices and bills for goods procured by the store from larger retailers in the East constitute the majority of the collection. Receipts from local customers are also included. Some correspondence between several unidentified individuals, presumably the store owners or managers, is in the collection. There are also several photographs (black and white and color) of Pony
University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
The collection contains materials related to the estate of A.J. Gibson and his wife, Maud Lockley Gibson. The materials related to the settling of the Gibson estate include wills, life insurance policies, stockholder papers, property deeds, bank financial statements, and correspondence. Some notable items among the estate papers include a letter A.J. Gibson wrote to his wife in 1925 with financial instructions for her in the event of his death, family notes, and a 1864 deed from Savannah, Ohio. Other Gibson-related items include photographs, miscellany, and clippings. George B. and Helene K. Wilcox were the Gibsons' close friends and executors of their estate. Some of the materials in the collection were created or compiled by George Wilcox
Montana State University--Bozeman Libraries,-- Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
The photocopied documents in this collection were taken from six files from the FBI in which Wheeler was the subject of investigations, and in one instance, a co-subject. Also included are cross-references to mentions of Wheeler in files on other individuals, organizations, events, or activities