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Abild was a teacher and principal at several schools in eastern South Dakota before accepting the post of State Director of the Professional and Service Division of the Work Projects Administration, a position she held for 10 years. The collection is divided into three series: historical and travel manuscripts ; personal papers ; and musical arrangements Correspondence, Abbott family business records, clippings, manuscripts, research notes, and photographs, She devoted her last years to compiling a history of Bon Homme County. Scrapbook created by Adams, who was born in Miller incontains calling cards, paper dolls, and various other cutouts of birds and flowers.
Adams to his second wife, Irene, in Webster, Topics of the letters include the greed of land speculation in Pierre and the surrounding area during opening of the Great Sioux Reservation, a visit to the Pierre Indian school that was under construction, temperance legislation, his hotel accommodations while in the capital city, and her suggestions regarding legislation for women.
Newspaper clippings, ca. Minutes, a history of the SDAAUW, branch program booklets, South Dakota (SD)., policies, branch reports, committee reports, workshop materials, officer lists, project files, correspondence, membership records, Rapid City Branch Records;, scrapbooks and newsclippings ca.
This collection consists of minutes, reports, scrapbooks and correspondence for the years History, scrapbook, yearbooks, manuals, lists of officers, South Dakota Legionetteand miscellaneous, Department of South Dakota histories, consisting of typewritten s and five 5x7 color photographs of the former presidents of the organization. These records document the annual events and membership. Six color photocopies of original photographs and fifteen s of typewritten transcripts of a Jerauld County homesteading reminiscence.
Included in the reminiscence are names of neighbors, stories of prairie fires and blizzards, and experiences of daily life in Dakota during the s. The use of this collection is restricted to "not for profit" reproduction, publishing or exhibition. Letter to Mrs. The letters describe pioneer life in Brule County. The Shrakes seemed to have prospered in Dakota, as the general tone of the letters is positive.
Three scrapbooks containing club memorabilia, ; newspaper articles, photographs, and the club by-laws. Family photographs and genealogical research materials ranging from the s to documenting the Hurd and Austin families. Photographs include portraits, families, and leisure actives.
Audio cassettes of Mrs. Eva H. Six letters, written in andrelating to the death of Mrs. Bean advising her that her husband was gravely ill, and a month later he died. The letters pertain to Mr. This two- manuscript, written ca. Dates and precise locations are poorly supplied. The South Dakota portion of the recollections may have occurred in or near the town of Harrison in Douglas County.
Ranging from throughthis collection consists of 35mm negatives of original photographs retained by the Berry family. These photographs provide an excellent view of the Berry family, ranching and West river geography during a time period which is not yet extensively documented. Any reproduction, other than photocopies, must be approved by the Berry family.
Microfilm edition of original papers held by the Nebraska State Historical Society. Here she met Josephine Waggoner, a Hunkpapa Lakota also of mixed-descent, who assisted Bordeaux in producing the manuscripts in this collection during the s and early s.
Waggoner was interested in collecting the stories of "old timers," and Bettelyoun, though unable to write due to rheumatism, wanted to correct what she saw as the flawed and incomplete white history of the west. Letters, household and livestock books, art work, scrapbooks, writings, and photographs created or collected by Bishop, ca. Edna Sturtevant Bishop wrote poetry and short stories, some of which were published by magazines of the time.
She also wrote for the Huron newspaper. The Bishops lived in Huron before moving to Fort Pierre in Letters between Edna and her husband Karl document economic hardships experienced by the family during the Depression. Blair was a photographer around Andrus in Bon Homme County.
Included are numerous family and individual portraits as well as pictures of farm and leisure activities. A single- letter from Laura Blake of Pierre, to Mrs. DuBois of Oahe, Adult singles dating in Oelrichs Dakota Adult singles dating in Oelrichs Blake is accepting a position in the school. A copy of an original manuscript in the custody of the Library of Congress in which Borglum describes a four month stay at Crow Creek Indian Reservation, Emma was the wife of sculptor, Solon Borglum.
Lyrics are by Josephine F. Bos and music is by G. Bos was a graduate of Pierre High School in Photographs documenting three generations of a Lakota family of mixed descent from the Rosebud Reservation, ca. Correspondence, notes, manuscripts, and other papers relating to the woman suffrage and temperance movements in South Dakota and Illinois, The bulk of this collection dates from the period when Major Brennan was Superintendent of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Material from the years to is from the Brennans' residence and business Hotel Harney in Rapid City.
Items dating after Major Brennan's death in were collected by his wife, Jennie L. Brennan, and his family. Many family photographs. Burke, Charles H. Correspondence, diary, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, genealogical records, and family photographs, Burnett, with the assistance of Elizabeth M. Palmer, and covers the period from through This collection, largely photographs, relates to South Dakota Governor Byrne and his family. Records of a social organization for the spouses of state legislators. The records consist of a history of the club; minutes; membership records, including a roster and directories; and scrapbooks, Diaries of a McPherson County school girl, and Myrtle kept the diaries while attending school at Eureka.
The entries are personal and often brief, but provide a good illustration of the social life of a young woman.
Letter written to Lottie from her friend Vera, ca. Subject files, newsletters, and scrapbooks, Church Women United is a national, ecumenical movement that brings Protestant, Roman Catholic, Orthodox and other Christian women together into one community of prayer, advocacy and service. Collins was a prominent female Congregational missionary to the Lakota between and The correspondence is most extensive for the s and s. Most of it is family and mission-related. Ethel Collins Jacobsen was a niece of Mary Collins.
Letter, One ed typescript letter from Grace Mrs. Calvin Coolidge to Harry A. Robinson of Yankton. Coolidge discusses a piece of sculpture done by Gutzon Borglum, and her memories of experiences in the Black Hills. Letters from Corey to her family, The letters detail her day to day experiences South Dakota (SD). the ten year period following on or near her homestead on the Bad River, ten miles west of Ft. These letters were the primary source material for "Bachelor Bess," an article written by her younger brother, Paul F. Corey, and published in in the South Dakota Historical Collections.
Travel diary of trip from western South Dakota to eastern Iowa by wagon and team, Custer writes of the battle; her reverence for her husband and his troops, the 7th Cavalry; and her beliefs about why the event occurred. Photograph of Mrs. South Dakota contestant in costume she made using pheasant feathers, Proceedings of the annual conference, ; yearbooks, ; programs, pamphlets, and citizenship manual, ; and genealogical material, Records of the following clubs: Pierre ; Redfield ; Watertown ; Rapid City ; Mitchell ; and Madison Records include membership applications, meeting minutes, chapter histories, scrapbooks, photographs, club by-laws, financial records, original charters, regents reports, and honor roll certificates.
The location of the remaining s of this final draft of the manuscript is unknown.
Description of homesteading inlife in a sod shanty, pioneer schooling, a prairie fire, and Indian tales. Diary kept by a Fort Pierre woman during Preston, Cpl. Bernard C. Preston, William Price, and Mrs. The diary is completely personal, with little information other than daily routines. Papers, critics' reports, minutes, books, season programs,photograph of "Dickens Costume Party," December 16, Ramsey, a prominent South Dakota attorney. Inhe was the Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor, and the collection includes a scrapbook of the clippings and broides from this campaign.
Some of the correspondence and papers deal with the land owned by Mrs. Drake in Indiana and Wyoming, and Mr. Ramsey acted as her attorney in these matters.Adult singles dating in Oelrichs, South Dakota (SD).
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