(6ft) 10113 Charles and Viola Liessman Papers, 1909-1961 Correspondence, subject files, notes, reports, photographs, ephemera, millinery store records, and printed materials. U., United Spanish War Veterans, Board of Administration, Secretary of State, National Youth Administration, Boy Scouts, State Bar Association, Nonpartisan League, and Viola's millinery business.
(4.5ft) 10151 Who’s Who for North Dakota Records, 1954-1955 Biographical data sheets and related correspondence, financial records, editorial directions, and drafts generated in preparation for .
Viola Liessman was active in the women's suffrage movement, a member of the W. (22.75ft/oversize) 10114 Edith Wakeman Hughes Papers, 1894-1948 Correspondence, telegrams, literary manuscripts, scrapbooks, financial records, ephemera, maps, and printed material. (14ft) 10117 James Grassick Papers, 1899-1902, 1947, 1966 Correspondence, speeches, literary manuscripts, notes, newspaper clippings, poetry, genealogy, a biographical sketch, copies of articles on medicine and history written by Grassick, and directories of physicians in Dakota Territory and North Dakota.
Papers relate to Hughes' work with the American Red Cross, the Navy League of the United States, business and family affairs, the U. Correspondence relates to Grassick’s purchase of a mastodon skeleton which he donated to the State Historical Society. Mattison Papers, 1948-1950 Research notes on Theodore Roosevelt in North Dakota, reminiscences, and a press release on the dedication of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Burr Papers, 1784-1951 Papers consist primarily of correspondence, but also include diaries, manuscripts, speeches, genealogical material, scrapbooks, publications, newspaper clippings, diplomas, certificates, broadsides, printed material, transcripts of testimony and other court documents relating to the Langer Trial (1934), ephemera, and photographs, relating to Burr’s activities, family life, and career as an attorney at Bottineau, district judge at Rugby, and Justice of the ND Supreme Court.
Most of the records document administration of the Project. Grant, Lou Henry Hoover, Andrew Johnson, James Monroe, William H. (.25ft) 10183 Elizabeth Ellen Roberts Papers, 1956-1961 Correspondence, manuscripts for articles, printed materials, newspaper clippings, photographs, notes, reminiscences, and ephemera.
Genealogical information and oral history interview transcripts make up the remainder of the collection. (1.25ft.) 10160 Alfred White Papers, 1931-1938 Biography, scrapbook containing White’s newspaper articles on settlement in western North Dakota, a photograph, notes on Theodore Roosevelt in the Badlands, and an account of an Independence Day celebration in Dickinson, ND. Dexter Peirce Papers, 1795-1945 Correspondence concerning Peirce's appointment as Postmaster of Larimore, ND, the Civil War, postmaster appointments, Larimore Commercial Club, politics, personal affairs, and research and albums of autographs of prominent 19th and 20th century political, military, and literary figures. Papers relate to family affairs, the Marquis de Mores, and women's organizations. Dolan Papers, 1863-1870; 1930-1965 Desk diaries, correspondence, and activity and expense reports (1930-1965), correspondence between Terrence, John, and Bernard Dolan (1863-1870), legal documents, a genealogy of the Dolan family, papers of Dolan's son Thomas, a Catholic priest, including diaries and expense reports relating to ministerial activities and the Knights of Columbus, and a blacklist book from the James M. (1.5ft) 10188 Ruth Laplant Reid 1910s-1960s Reminiscences of North Dakota in the early 1900s and recipes of Laura Odegaard, Andrew Hemley, and Verne Barks.