Burton K. Wheeler Papers, 1922-1975  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Wheeler, Burton K. (Burton Kendall), 1882-1975
Title
Burton K. Wheeler Papers
Dates
1922-1975
Quantity
7 linear feet
Collection Number
Collection 2207, MtBC, us (collection)
Summary
The Burton K. Wheeler Papers consist of correspondence, memoranda, memorabilia, clippings, speeches, subject files, photographs, and other materials pertaining to Wheeler's personal and political life. There are few senatorial papers from Burton's long tenure in office because he appears to have disposed of them after the 1946 election. What remains are primarily materials which are retrospective in nature, including drafts of Wheeler's autobiography, "Yankee from the West," letters and memoranda pertaining to the same, and correspondence from researchers, political associates, and family members.
Repository
Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Montana State University-Bozeman Library
Merrill G Burlingame Special Collections
P.O. Box 173320
Bozeman, MT
59717-3320
Telephone: 406-994-4242
Fax: 406-994-2851
spcoll@www.lib.montana.edu
Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Burton Kendall Wheeler was born in Hudson, Massachusetts on February 27, 1882 and moved to Montana shortly after his graduation from law school in 1905. He began his law career in Butte, serving as U.S. Attorney for Montana from 1913 to 1918 prior to his election to the U.S. Senate in 1922. In 1924, he ran unsuccessfully for vice-president on the Progressive Party presidential ticket. Wheeler is remembered as one of the most powerful senators in Washington D.C. in the 1930s. Chairman of the Interstate Commerce Committee and of the Indian Affairs Committee, he personally influenced such key New Deal legislation as the Public Utilities Holding Company Act of 1935 and the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934 (the Wheeler-Howard Act). In 1937, he successfully led the opposition to President Roosevelt's attempt to pack the Supreme Court with justices of his own political persuasion. Throughout his years in the Senate, Wheeler consistently opposed war. He supported neutrality legislation in the 1930s, spoke out against peacetime conscription in 1940, fought against the Lend-Lease aid to Britain in 1941, and took an active role in the "America First" movement. After the United States decided to enter World War II, however, Wheeler gave his full support to the effort. He was defeated for reelection in 1946 and practiced law in Washington D.C. until his death in 1975.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The papers consist of correspondence, memoranda, memorabilia, clippings, speeches, subject files, photographs, and other materials pertaining to Wheeler's personal and political life. There are few senatorial papers from Burton's long tenure in office because he appears to have disposed of them after the 1946 election. What remains are primarily materials which are retrospective in nature, including drafts of Wheeler's autobiography, "Yankee from the West," letters and memoranda pertaining to the same, and correspondence from researchers, political associates, and family members. Subject files include materials pertaining to Wheeler's 1923-25 court battle against a Justice Department indictment; rural telephone legislation; the 1924 presidential campaign; anti-war and conscription items; and general topical notes kept on 5 × 8 and 3 × 5 inch cards.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series 1:  Autobiographical materials, 1958-1972Return to Top

Letters, memoranda, manuscript draft, personal greetings collected or created by Burton K. Wheeler in conjunction with his autobiography "Yankee from the West," published in 1962. Material includes letters to the publisher's legal counsel regarding possible libelous materials, marketing information, and research notes. Two files of birthday greetings received and acknowledged by the senator on his eightieth birthday, which coincided with the release of his book, are also in this series. Notebooks, likely prepared by writer Paul F. Healy while preparing to work on the autobiography, have been placed in box 3 along with manuscript speeches and articles written by Wheeler after he had retired from public life.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
"Yankee from the West" papers
April l958-January 1959
1/2
"Yankee from the West"-solicitations and contract
February 1960-February 1962
1/3
"Yankee from the West"-dedication, releases, request for libel review
March-July 1962
1/4
"Yankee from the West" papers
August-October 1962
1/5
"Yankee from the West" papers
November 1962
1/6
"Yankee from the West" papers
December 1962
1/7
"Yankee from the West" papers
January 2-10, 1963
1/8
"Yankee from the West" papers
January 11-31, 1963
1/9
"Yankee from the West" papers
February 1963
1/10
"Yankee from the West" papers
March 1963
1/11
"Yankee from the West" papers
April-June 1963
1/12
"Yankee from the West" papers
October 1963-March 1964
1/13
Undated papers-mailing lists, letters, memoranda
2/1
"Yankee from the West" (draft)
2/2
"Thank-you" letters
1959-1961
2/3-4
Eightieth Birthday correspondence
1962
3/1
Notebooks; re early Butte
circa 1907-1920
3/2
Notebooks, Montana background; re events
circa 1925-1930
3/3
Notebook; re events
circa 1933-1934
3/4
Untitled chapter regarding the Supreme Court battle
undated
3/5
"Human Events" conference (speech)
January 7, 1961
3/6
College of Great Falls (speech)
October 1964
3/7
"Traffic World" article; "What's Wrong with Radio?"; other articles and speech fragments

Series 2:  Biographical materials, 1922-1974Return to Top

Primarily letters exchanged between Wheeler and writers who were engaged in compiling articles or scholarly works about him and his career. Copies of many of the articles are included in the appropriate folders with Wheeler's commentary.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
3/8
New York Times: Correspondence re letter to same
October 1973; November 1973
3/9
Haste, Richard A.: Poem about Burton K. Wheeler
1922
3/10
Colman, Stephen T., papers: "Burton K. Wheeler: A Biographical Sketch" and "Burton K. Wheeler: To the Defense of the Supreme Court"
1957
3/11
Ruetten, Richard T.: Burton K. Wheeler's comments on master's thesis
1959
3/12
Cameron, Don J., dissertation about Burton K. Wheeler: "Burton K. Wheeler. Spokesman for the Progressive Movement" and correspondence
1968
3/13
Paxson, John M., thesis about Burton K. Wheeler: "The Candidate and the Company: The 1920 Gubernatorial Campaign of Burton K. Wheeler and Its Treatment by the Montana Press" and correspondence
1972
3/14
Kuusela, Lynn - paper: "Burton K. Wheeler: A Political Biography" and correspondence
1973
3/15
Malone, Michael P. (Montana State University): Transcript of interview with Burton K. Wheeler
1970
3/16
Harrison, Richard A. (Princeton University): Transcript of interview with Burton K. Wheeler
1972
3/17
Hoene, Robert: correspondence re television script on career of Burton K. Wheeler
1973-1974
3/18
Wheeler, John M.: Burton K. Wheeler's answers to biographical questions
1968
3/19
Thatcher, M.W.: Letter to same re Burton K. Wheeler's agricultural legislative efforts
1974
3/20
Clark, Robert M.: Statement used by same at reception in honor of Burton K. Wheeler at the Burning Tree Club
1972
3/21
Carter, Robert F. (Colonel): Correspondence re Time article about Burton K. Wheeler
1959
3/22
Doying, Wallace
October 1939
3/23
Wheeler, Edward K., "With Apologies to Abraham Lincoln"
1962
3/24
unidentified, "New England, the Mother of a Modern David"
3/25
Cole, Wayne, letter re article in Mississippi Valley Historical Review

Series 3:  Family papers, 1942-1975Return to Top

Genealogy notes, announcements, and letters exchanged by the Burton K. Wheeler family. Included are letters between the immediate and extended family of Wheeler and carbon's of the senator's replies.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
4/1
Genealogy notes and family memorabilia
4/2
Relatives - Correspondence
1961-1974
4/3
Wheeler, Lulu (wife) - Correspondence
circa 1945
4/4
John L. Wheeler (son) - Correspondence
1942-1974
4/5
Richard B. Wheeler (son) - Correspondence
1958-1975
4/6
Burton K. Wheeler II (grandson) - Correspondence
1966-1974
4/7
Elizabeth Colman (daughter) - Correspondence
1959-1969
4/8
Stephen Colman (grandson) - Correspondence
1963-1974
4/9
Robert Colman (grandson) - Correspondence
1960-1969
4/10
Carol Colman (granddaughter) - Correspondence
1966-1968
4/11
Allen Sayler (son-in-law) - Correspondence
1958-1969
4/12
Diana Sayler (granddaughter) - Correspondence
1964-1974
4/13
Gloria Sayler (granddaughter) - Correspondence
1965-1974
4/14
Iris Wilkins (niece) - Correspondence
1962-1974

Series 4:  Political campaign papers, 1946Return to Top

Letters, endorsements, campaign notations, and other papers pertaining to Wheeler's unsuccessful bid for reelection in 1946. Included are letters of regret received by Wheeler from supporters and friends following his defeat, campaign pamphlets, and other items.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
5/1
Senatorial campaign - correspondence
1946
5/2
Endorsement letters
5/3-6
Regret letters
5/7
Labor (weekly newspaper) - correspondence re articles about Burton K. Wheeler
1946

Series 5:  General correspondence, 1939-1974Return to Top

General correspondence to and from Burton K. Wheeler from a wide variety of people including political intimates, members of the media, statesmen and citizens. Most of the letters postdate Wheeler's senatorial career and are either congratulatory or retrospective in nature. The letters have been arranged alphabetically by the correspondent's name, and many files contain carbons of Wheeler's replies. Correspondents with just one or two letters have been gathered in folders bearing the letter of the alphabet

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
6/1
"A" correspondence
1959-1974
6/2
Abrams, Al
1973-1974
6/3
Adamo, Alfred P.
1963
6/4
Agnew, Spiro T. (U.S. Vice-President)
1969
6/5
Aiken, George D. (Senator)
1974
6/6
Albin, Mrs. B. R.
1960-1974
6/7
Aldersgate United Methodist Paris
1962-1973
6/8
Allen, Henry F.
1972
6/9
Anderson, Forrest H. (Governor of Montana)
1959-1972
6/10
Archer, James H.
1959-1974
6/11-12
"B" correspondence
1959-1972
6/13
Babcock, Tim (Governor of Montana)
1966-1969
6/14
Baldwin, James H.
1924
6/15
Benda, Frank J
1963
6/16
Brennan, John B.
1961
6/17
Butterworth, Olga
1959
6/18
Buckley, Jr., William F.
1961
6/19
"C" correspondence
1959-1972
6/20
Cartoons (political)
1967-1971
6/21
Catledge, Turner
1960
6/22
Cisel, Grover C.
1960
6/23
Citizens Foreign Aid Committee
1960-1962
6/24
Clemens, Cyril
1960-1973
6/25
Clott, Herman
1960-1961
6/26
Columbia University
1967
6/27
Committee on Civil Legal Aid of Judicial Conference of the D.C. Court
1963-1964
6/28
Committee regarding Representation of Indigents in Court
1959-1962
7/1
Corette, John E.
1959-1961
7/2
Corrette, Robert D.
1964-1971
7/3
Cox, C. E., regarding Department of Agriculture
1961-1962
7/4
Craighead, Barclay
1959-1962
7/5
Craney, Edward B.
1959-1962
7/6
Craney, Edward B.
1963-1966
7/7
Craney, Edward B.
1967-1970
7/8
Craney, Edward B.
1971-1972
7/9
"D" correspondence
1959-1972
7/10
Denefe, Fredrick M.
1964
7/11
Dill, Clarence C.
1964-1968
7/12
Dixon, Joseph M.
1971-1972
7/13
Dorman, Dwewy
1959-1963
7/14
Dulles, John F.
1956
7/15
"E" correspondence
1959-1970
7/16
Ellencer, Allen J.
1969-1970
7/17
Emry, Robert
1968
7/18
Everson, E. H.
1963
7/19
"F" correspondence
1959-1971
7/20
FDR Series (ABC Televison)
1971
7/21
Federal Bar Association Committee on Indian Law
1959
7/22
Feinman, Ronald
1971
7/23
Flaherty, James J.
1960-1963
7/24
Flathead Electric Cooperative, Inc.
1959-1960
7/25
Frankfurter, Felix
1957-1963
8/1
"G" correspondence
1959-1970
8/2
Gallagher, Charles H.
1960-1961
8/3
Gizzi, John M.
1969-1970
8/4
Gkikizan, J. C.
1967-1968
8/5
Goggin, David G.
1959-1961
8/6
Graf, Eugene
1959-1961
8/7
Grist, Margaret
1961
8/8
"H" correspondence
1959-1972
8/9
Haddaway, Klein, K.
1963-1968
8/10
Harriss, Robert M.
1959-1960
8/11
Hart, Russell
1960-1972
8/12
Hichborn, Franklin
1959-1960
8/13
Hirman, George
1970-1972
8/14
Hitchcock, Ethel
1960-1961
8/15
Hoover, Herbert
1946; 1962
8/16
Hughes, U.S. Chief Justice
1937
8/17
"I" correspondence
1959-1974
8/18
"J" correspondence
8/19
Jacobs, W. F.
1959-1961
8/20
James, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
1973-1974
8/21
Johnson, Edwin C.
1960-1970
8/22
Johnson, Lyndon B.
1965
8/23
"K" correspondence
1959-1970
8/24
Kennedy, John F.
1961-1963
8/25
Kennedy, Joseph P.
1960-1961
8/26
Kennon, Robert
1970-1972
8/27
Kronmiller, Bert W.
1960-1974
9/1
"L" correspondence
1959-1974
9/2
Lamparski, Richard
1965-1967
9/3
Lang, Eugene R.
1971
9/4
Larcombe, J. Russell
1966-1973
9/5
Leahy, John (Rev.)
1959-1961
9/6
Libby, Justin H.
1969
9/7
Lindbergh, Charles A. (General)
1970-1971
9/8
Livingston Anti-merger Group
1960-1961
9/9
Long, Hamilton A.
1969-1973
9/10
Love, James W.
1960-1974
9/11
Lowenthal, Max
1953-1958
9/12
Lowenthal, Max
1959-1971
9/13
"Mc" correspondence
1959-1974
9/14
McCann, Wayne M.
9/15
McCarthy, Thomas A.
1963-1974
9/16
McElwain, Joseph A.
1961-1973
9/17
McLaughlin, John L.
1960-1974
9/18
"M" correspndence
1959-1974
9/19
"M" correspondence
1959-1974
9/20
McInerney, John E.
10/1
Mahan, John W.
1959-1960
10/2
Mansfield, Mike (Senator, Montana)
1959-1974
10/3
Metcalf, Lee (Senator, Montana)
1962-1975
10/4
Miner, Julius H. (Judge)
1959-1960
10/5
Montana Historical Society
1959-1973
10/6
Montana State University
1973
10/7
Morgan, Barbara J.
1969-1972
10/8
Murray, James E.
1937-1971
10/9
"N" correspondence
1959-1974
10/10
Neils, Walter E.
1960-1967
10/11
Nixon, Richard M.
1968-1974
10/12
Nutter, Donald G. (Governor of Montana)
1961-1962
10/13
Nye, Gerald P.
1970-1974
10/14
"O" correspondence
1959-1974
10/15
Old Crow, Chief S.
1965
10/16
Olsen, Arnold
1960-1972
10/17
O'Leary, Jack M.
1959-1965
10/18
"P" correspondence
1959-1974
10/19
Parsons, Lona W.
1962-1963
10/20
Pease, Eloise
1963
10/21
Peets, Earl
1960-1972
10/22
Percy, Charles H. (Senator)
1973
10/23
Presnell, Betty
1959-1974
10/24
Pugh, John E. (Rev.)
1969-1972
11/1
"R" correspondence
1959-1972
11/2
Robinson, Joseph
1959-1962
11/3
11/4
Roscoe, Will
1972
11/5
Ruegsegger, W. F.
1959-1961
11/6-7
"S" correspondence
1959-1975
11/8 1959
11/9
Scoyen, Eivind T.
1942-1965
11/10
Sherman, Harold
1960-1974
11/11
Shoup, Dick
11/12
Silburn, Marguerite M.
1973
11/13
Sister Rita of the Sacred Heart
1964-1968
11/14
Spoffard, Walter R.
1966-1974
11/15
Stearns, Hal G.
1961-1972
11/16
Spritzer, Donald E.
1970-1973
11/17
Stout, Tom
1960
11/18
Sullivan, Jean
1961-1974
11/19
Sullivan, Robert E.
1959-1973
11/20
Sullivan, William C. (FBI)
1967-1974
11/21
"T" correspondence
1960-1974
11/22
Thatcher, M. W.
1959-1974
11/23
Thayer, Peter J.
1963-1973
11/24
Toole, John H.
1972
11/25
Trohan, Walter
1970-1974
11/26
Truman, Harry S.
1960-1972
12/1
"U-V" correspondence
1959-1974
12/2
United States Department of the Interior. Glacier National Park
1960-1972
12/3
University of Illinois
1965-1966
12/4-5
"W" correspondence
12/6
Wheeler for President Club
1939-1940
12/7
Wheeler for Senator Club
1946
12/8
Wheeler, W. S.
12/9
Wilkins, Tom, re Department of Agriculture
1958-1962
12/10
Wilson, Dola
12/11
Winchell, Walter re Burton K. Wheeler
April 27, 1942
12/12
Wright, Joe
1958-1965
12/13
Wright, Joe
1966-1974
12/14
"Y-Z" correspondence
1963-1973
12/15
Yeager, Admiral H. A.
1963-1966
12/16
Yoken, Melvin B.
1970-1974

Series 6:  Business and financial papers, 1930-1975Return to Top

Will, certificates and awards, income tax papers, insurance papers, banking documents, stocks and securities, and medical expense documents all pertaining to Burton K. Wheeler and his business interests. Most certificates from folder 19 are oversize and have been removed to Box 22.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
12/17
Last will and testament
1974
12/18
Honorary certificate from the American Federation of Labor
December 20, 1946
12/19
Degree and certificates
Honorary degree from Montana State University, June 9, 1973; other certificates*
June 9, 1973
12/20
Stocks and securities
12/21
Medicare statements
12/22
Bank book
October 1930
13/1
General financial and business matters
1959-1964
13/2
Income Taxes - correspondence
1956-1967
13/3
Radio Phoenix, Inc. (KRIZ) - Financial Statements
1958-1960
13/4
Denver Radio, Inc. - Richard Wheeler's reports
1956-1967
13/5
Stocks - correspondence
1954-1974
13/6
Treasury Bills and Certificates of Deposit - correspondence
1965-1974
13/7
New York Life Insurance Co. - correspondence
1962-1975
13/8
Grand Hotel (Butte, Montana) - correspondence re insurance
1952-1975
13/9
Mountain Bell Telephone correspondence re West Glacier, Montana, bills
1972-1974
13/10
Check stubs (1-123)
1952-1955
13/11
Montana Weekly Advertising Rate Book
1950
13/12
Ion generator to help asthma - correspondence
1961-1962

Series 7:  Topical files, 1924-1974Return to Top

Letters, reports, court briefs, legislative memoranda, and note cards collected or created by Burton K. Wheeler and pertaining to his 1924 indictment for fraud against the United States government and a related case against George B. Hayes; Legislation regarding rural telephone service, American Indians, and the Public Utility Act of 1935; America First movement and anti-war activities; various bills, resolutions, and statements; research notecards on a variety of topics compiled by Wheeler. One oversize volume, Comparative print showing difference between S. 2796 and the House Amendment, has been removed from folder 15 for oversize storage in Box 22.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
14/1
Presidential race
1924
14/2-4
U.S. vs. Burton K. Wheeler-general
14/5
U.S. vs. Burton K. Wheeler-letters
14/6-7
U.S. vs. Burton K. Wheeler-affidavits
14/8
U.S. vs. Burton K. Wheeler-memorandum on behalf of defendant
14/9
U.S. vs. Burton K. Wheeler-indictment and plea
14/10
Indian legislation
14/11
Rural telephone legislation
14/12
America first and anti-war documents
14/13
Press releases
1939-1966
14/14
Press releases
undated
14/15
Bills, resolutions, etc.
(see also Box 22)
box-drawer
15/1
Personal reference files-5x8 cards by subject heading
drawer-folder
1/1
Important dates in Butte history
(1906-1923)
1/2
Family history
1/3
Butte and the Anaconda Copper Mining Company
1/4
Getting into politics
1/5
Election
1910
1/6
Legislation
1911
1/7
Election
1911
1/8
Election
1912
1/9
District Attorney
to 1917
1/10
Strikes
1914
1/11
Private cases
1/12
Campaign
1916
1/13
Draft cases
1/14
Espionage law
1/15
War-time pros
1/16
Spy stories
1/17
Mob violence
1/18
Department of Justice
1/19
State Council of Defense
1/20
Strikes
1917-1918
1/21
Reappointment
1/22
Legislation
1918
1/23
Newspapers
1/24
Walsh papers
1/25
Power
1/26
Tariff
1/27
Appointments
1/28
Farm relief
1/29
General economics
1/30
Presidential election
1928
1/31
Burton K. Wheeler election
1928
1/32
Character sketches
1/33
Civil liberties
1/34
Foreign affairs
1/35
Orient
1/36
Europe
1923
1/37
Indians
1/38
Labor
1/39
Labor - coal investigation
1/40
Miscellneous legislation
1/41
Progressive bloc
1/42
Railroads
1/43
Senate
15/2
Personal reference files-5x8 cards by subject heading
drawer-folder
2/1
2/2
Non-partisan League primary
2/3
Election
1920
2/4
Daugherty investigation
2/5
Indictment and trial
2/6
Campaign
1924
2/7
Walsh
2/8
Campaign
1922
2/9
Private cases
2/10
Individuals
2/11
Interviews
2/12
circa 1930-1934
2/13
1935
2/14
Court fight
2/15
Holding Company
2/16
New Deal legislation
2/17
Miscellaneous ICC legislation
2/18
Silver
2/19
Railroads
2/20
Election
1940
16/1
Personal reference files - 3x5 cards by subject heading
drawer-folder
1/1
1918
1/2
1919
1/3
1920
1/4
1921
1/5
1922
1/6
Butte data
1/7
General economic data
1/8
Anaconda Copper Mining Company data
1/9
Newspapers
1/10
Montana laws
1/11
Private cases
1/12
Levine taxation case
1/13
Non-partisan League petition
1/14
Dunn case
1/15
Butte election
1/16
Keeton case
1/17
1932
1/18
Unemployment and the economy
1/19
Election
1932
1/20
Books read
Box/Folder
15/2
Personal reference files - 3x5 cards by subject heading
A-Z. people and addresses of those who wished Burton K. Wheeler a happy 90th birthday

Series 8:  Scrapbook material and memorabilia, 1930s-1970sReturn to Top

Scrapbook, newspaper clippings, photographic halftone printing mats, halftone printing cuts, academic regalia, and other three dimensional objects dealing with the personal and professional life of Burton K. Wheeler. The scrapbook and academic regalia have been removed to Box 22.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
17
10 mounted halftone photograph printing cuts
17
2 Senate door name plates
17
Miniature plowshare
(Tools for Britain 1941 - HR1776)
17
3 Souvenir bronze campaign coins
18
Unmounted photograph halftone printing cuts
Box/Folder
18/1
Burton K. Wheeler as a boy
18/2-3
Burton K. Wheeler as a young man
18/4-6
Burton K. Wheeler head portrait
18/7
Burton K. Wheeler seated at desk
18/8
Burton K. Wheeler gesturing with hands
18/9
Burton K. Wheeler standing with pet dog "Sully"
18/10
Burton K. Wheeler standing with cigar
18/11
Burton K. Wheeler riding at Glacier National Park
18/12
Burton K. Wheeler fishing at Glacier National Park
18/13-15
Wheeler family
18/16
Burton K. Wheeler with colleagues
18/17
Wheeler home
18/18
Cartoon, mining equipment
18/19
Cartoon, cowboy
18/20
Cartoon, Wheeler biography
18/21
Cartoon, "Senator Wheeler's Record"
18/22
Cartoon, Democratic donkey
18/23
Cartoon, Democratic donkey
18/24
Cartoon, same as above, with editorial columns
18/25-26
Cartoon, newspaper headline montage
18/27
Bears
18/28
Calling cards, Burton K. Wheeler and Maude Wheeler Mitchell
18/29
80th birthday invitation
18/30
Signature
18/31
Proofs from cuts in folders 1-30
18/32
Burton K. Wheeler personal congressional rule book
18/33
"Cartoons of Burton K. Wheeler" book
Box
19
Newspaper clippings
1930-1940s
19
Newspaper clippings
1950s
19
Newspaper clippings
1960s
19
Newspaper clippings
1970s
19
Newspaper clippings
1970s
19
Congressional Record reprints
19
Photographic halftone printing mat-various portraits
19
Photographic halftone printing mat "Wheeler works on agricultural problems"
19
Photographic halftone printing mat "Wheeler and family"
19
Photographic halftone printing mat "Nation's business keeps Montana's senator busy"
19
Photographic halftone printing mat "Senator Wheeler may return to state soon"
19
Photographic halftone printing mat "Wheeler to visit"
19
Photographic halftone printing mat "Wheeler in action"
19
Photographic halftone printing mat "In fighting for the 1939 transportation act..."
19
Photographic halftone printing mat "Senator Wheeler catches his own fish"
19
Removed to box 22: Photo album containing letters wishing Burton K. Wheeler a happy 90th birthday
February 1972
19
Academic regalia

Series 9:  Photographs and audio-visual materials, circa 1880s-1975Return to Top

Individually numbered photographs of Wheeler, his family, and associates; political cartoons by C. K. Berryman and others; 16mm motion picture produced by CBS in 1964; audiotape of a 1964 speech by Wheeler. The photographs have been arranged by subject. Photographs 1-30 are primarily formal and informal portraits of Burton K. Wheeler. Photographs 31-70 are group pictures which mostly include Wheeler and often show political associates and political activities. Photographs 71-88 are personal snapshots of Wheeler with family and friends. Photographs 89-147 are family photographs which do not include Burton K. Wheeler. Photographs 148-195 are primarily vacation photographs. Photographs marked with an asterisk (*) are oversize and have been placed in box 21 or are on display in the Wheeler reading room. Photographs marked with a lower case (n) have negatives available.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
19/16
Photographs #1-5
#1. Burton K. Wheeler and sister Maude Wheeler Mitchell as children
#2. Burton K. Wheeler
circa 1955
#3. Burton K. Wheeler
circa 1940
#4. Burton K. Wheeler in front of Keytone Inn
#5. Burton K. Wheeler*
(Halftone print)
19/17
Photographs #6-10
#6. Burton K. Wheeler -portrait by Middleton of Butte*
#7. Burton K. Wheeler - portrait*
#8. Burton K. Wheeler - portrait signed by Burton K. Wheeler
#9. Burton K. Wheeler - portrait
#10. Burton K. Wheeler in a tuxedo
19/18
Photographs #11-14
#11. Burton K. Wheeler - portrait
#12. Burton K. Wheeler playing shuffleboard
#13. Burton K. Wheeler with his hands on his face
#14. Burton K. Wheeler sitting at his desk
(from Time Magazine)
19/19
Photographs #15-20
#15. Burton K. Wheeler smoking*
(n) (accompanying correspondence)
1947
#16. Burton K. Wheeler with his arms crossed*
(n) (accompanying correspondence)
1947
#17. Burton K. Wheeler smiling*
(n) (accompanying correspondence)
1947
#18. Burton K. Wheeler sitting back, cigar in hand*
(n) (accompanying correspondence)
1947
#19. Burton K. Wheeler with coffee in hand and glasses in the other
#20. Burton K. Wheeler with coffee in hand
19/20
Photographs #21-30
#21. Burton K. Wheeler smiling looking down at coffee cup
#22. Burton K. Wheeler with a Montana hat in foreground
#23. Burton K. Wheeler
circa 1953
#24. Burton K. Wheeler - head shot
circa 1960
#25. Burton K. Wheeler sitting
#26. Burton K. Wheeler golfing, in color
#27. Burton K. Wheeler golfing
#28. Burton K. Wheeler sitting on stone gatepost with a horse in the background
#29. Burton K. Wheeler sitting at a desk
#30. Burton K. Wheeler standing at podium
19/21
Photographs #31-35
#31. Burton K. Wheeler along with Merrill G. Burlingame, and E. L. Grant receiving Honorary Degrees at MSU
June 9, 1973
#32. President J. F. Kennedy and group
accompanying correspondence
November 20, 1963
#33. Burton K. Wheeler golfing with Edward Wheeler, Governor of West Virginia, Walter Tuohy, President Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad*
circa 1959
#34. Burton K. Wheeler and Senator Albert W. Hawkes (New Jersey) talking to Edith C. Roxer WACS/SGT in Paris
on May 21, 1945
#35. General Eisenhower with Burton K. Wheeler in background
circa 1945
19/22
Photographs #36-41
#36. Burton K. Wheeler and Senator Robert R. Reynold (North Carolina)
August 14, 1943
#37. August 13, 1940 Senate Debate, Burton K. Wheeler standing with back to camera
#38. Supporters of Wheeler for president campaign
July 8, 1940
#39. Logan Pass, Glacier National Park
Franklin D. Roosevelt, Superintendent Scogen, James Roosevelt and Burton K. Wheeler in front seat
circa 1935
#40. Dedication by F. D. Roosevelt of Logan Pass
#41. Senator Robert M. Follette and Burton K. Wheeler
July 27, 1924
20/1
Photographs #42-45
#42. Law school picture, 3rd in front row, Burton K. Wheeler*
circa 1902
#43. Group of young women and Burton K. Wheeler by a train
#44. Burton K. Wheeler and William Fitzgerald*
#45. Group shot, Burton K. Wheeler 4th from left, accompanying correspondence
20/2
Photographs #46-53
#46. L-R Senator Henrick Shistead, Senator W. Borah, Burton K. Wheeler, Senator Gerald Nyes, Senator Patrick McCarroll*
#47. L-R Ed Webster, Burton K. Wheeler, Charles Lindburgh*
#48. Burton K. Wheeler riding in backseat of car, left side
#49. Same scene as number 48, but different view
#50. All in the car, Front seat Senator Thomas, Backseat L-R; Senator Raser, Al Growd and Burton K. Wheeler
#51. Group shot possibly in Glacier National Park [photo damaged] Burton K. Wheeler 3rd from left along with Senator Fraser, 1st on left, Al Growd, 5th from right front row, and Senator Thomas, 5th from left
#52. L-R standing, Governor Harold E. Stessen, George M. Moffett, Henry T. Ewald, Ben C. Duffy, George B. Bickelhaupt, C. K. Blandin, L-R sitting Congressman Joseph W. Martin and Burton K. Wheeler
#53. Senator Bank (Nebraska) and Burton K. Wheeler
20/3
Photographs #54-60
#54. Group shot, 2nd from left, Burton K. Wheeler
#55. Burton K. Wheeler drinking from a cup
#56. Group shot 3rd from left, Burton K. Wheeler
#57. Group shot, Burton K. Wheeler sitting, 2nd from right, possibly Rome, Italy
#58. L-R Governor Sam Ford, Senator Walsh, Senator Burton K. Wheeler, Judge Jason Baldwin, last man unknown
#59. Standing between 2 Native Americans, Burton K. Wheeler
#60. Golfing, Burton K. Wheeler left side
20/4
Photographs #61-65
#61. Burton K. Wheeler left side cigar in mouth
#62. Burton K. Wheeler shaking hands, left side
#63. Burton K. Wheeler, right side
#64. Burton K. Wheeler, right end
#65. Burton K. Wheeler and Jean Sullivan
20/5
Photographs #66-70
#66. Burton K. Wheeler walking down steps, 2nd from left
#67. Burton K. Wheeler with Walter Tuohy, President of Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad
#68. Roy Aikee and Burton K. Wheeler
#69. Burton K. Wheeler at a radio station in San Francisco
#70. Burton K. Wheeler at National Press Club, far left side
20/6
Photographs #71-80
#71. Burton K. Wheeler and Mrs. Wheeler getting off plane*
#72. Burton K. Wheeler and wife Lulu Wheeler
#73. Burton K. Wheeler and Lulu Wheeler in riding gear
April 29, 1941
#74. Burton K. Wheeler and Edward Wheeler*
1947
#75. Burton K. Wheeler and Edward Wheeler at wedding of law associate
circa 1955
#76. Burton K. Wheeler, far right, with a nun and another older man
July 1968
#77. Mickey Johnson Player, Burton K. Wheeler, Alma Lovely James, St Mary's Lake, Glacier National Park
August 1970
#78. Sister Kathleen, Burton K. Wheeler, Ann Marie Rudel
January 1971
#79. Burton K. Wheeler and brother and sister(?) from Everett B. Goodrich
#80. Ernest and Maude Wheeler, brother and sister of Burton K. Wheeler
20/7
Photographs #81-91
#81. L-R woman in wedding dress, man in tuxedo, Burton K. Wheeler
#82. Same group of people as number 81
#83. An elderly man, a woman and Burton K. Wheeler at Glacier(?) in front of a wooden carving of an old miner
#84. Same group of people as number 83
#85. Burton K. Wheeler, Lulu and 2 boys
#86. Burton K. Wheeler standing with a woman in front of a house
#87. Burton K. Wheeler standing with a man in front of a house
#88. Burton K. Wheeler talking with someone off camera
#89. An older picture of 2 women
#90. Christmas card, 2 great-grandsons Bill and David Coleman
December 1971
#91. Christmas card, great-grandchildren Bradley and Dan Snow and Robin Van Orman
20/8
Photographs #92-102
#92. Maude Wheeler at 3 years, (sister of Burton K. Wheeler)
#93. Same wedding as number 81, number 82 only with the woman and a group of children
#94. Ann Wheeler and husband cutting cake
#95. Ann Wheeler in wedding dress
#96. Lulu Wheeler
#97. Tom and Stevie Coleman, grandsons of Burton K. Wheeler, sitting on couch
1940
#98. Tom and Stevie Coleman, grandsons of Burton K. Wheeler, outdoors
#99. Stephen Coleman on a sled, grandson of Burton K. Wheeler
#100. Steve and Bobby Coleman on a sled, grandsons of Burton K. Wheeler
#101. Steve and Tom Coleman playing with a train set, grandsons of Burton K. Wheeler
#102. Tom and Steve Coleman, grandsons of Burton K. Wheeler
20/9
Photographs #103-113
#103. Steve and Tom Coleman and Nancy Stolz
June 7, 1942
#104. Tom and Bobby Coleman
#105. Bobby (baby), Tom and Steve Coleman
#106. Tom Coleman
#107. Tom, Steve and Bobby Coleman
#108. Steve and Bobby Coleman
#109. Bobby Coleman with a dog
#110. Tom and Steve Coleman
#111. Bobby Coleman, grandson of Burton K. Wheeler
#112. Frances, Edward, Elizabeth and John Wheeler in Lake McDonald
circa 1918
#113. Richard Mitchell with Frances and Richard Wheeler
20/10
Photographs #114-123
#114. 2 boys in lake, 1 floating on a raft
#115. Little girl, little boy and woman (boy and woman have backs to camera)
#116. A little girl sitting in a pan and little boy sitting on lounge chair
#117. Same little girl form number 116 sitting in the pan
#118. Same little girl as number 116, number 117, standing in the pan
#119. Same boy and girl from number 116 and an older woman sitting on grass
#119. Same boy and girl from number 116 and an older woman sitting on grass
#121. Same people as in number 119 and number 120
#122. A dog
#123. Uncle Ernest's Place
20/11
Photographs #124-134
#124. Woman and man unknown
#125. Little child holding a doll, photo cut into shape of heart
#126. Uncle Charles wife Lil
#127. Unknown woman standing in front of car
#128. Eleanor and "Muncle Com" (Uncle Tom)
#129. Mother, Eleanor and a friend
#130. Mother Mitchell
#131. Group shot 13 children and one elderly man
#132. Navy picture - 3 men
#133. Navy picture - group shot
#134. Navy picture - group shot
20/12
Photographs #135-141
#135. Girl walking through the door
December 3, 1969
#136. Same girl as number 135 sitting in truck bed
#137. Elizabeth Ann Beard, 11 years
1968
#138. Girl in graduation cap and gown
#139. A. B. Melzneer
January 26, 1931
#140. group shot unknown
#141. Cemetery
20/13
Photographs #142-150
#142. Boy sitting on a man's shoulders while the man is shooting a rifle, signed "Grady rides The Chief, H.B.H."
#143. Richard at 8 months
#144. A woman, a boy and a baby (from number 143)
circa 1939
#145. Baby and boy from number 144
circa 1939
#146. Baby and boy from number 144, number 145
#147. Baby and boy from number 144-146
#148. Ruins of a tower
#149. 2 moose running down highway, by Mel Ruder, Hungry Horse News
#150. Two boats on water (n)
20/14
Photographs #151-160
#151. Burton K. Wheeler in Sunium Greece
October 19, 1937
#152. Burton K. Wheeler in Eleysis Greece
October 20, 1937
#153. 2 little children, Mazatlan
#154. the food market, Mazatlan
#155. a little girl selling pots, Mazatlan
#156. A man and his pig, Mazatlan
#157. The beach and hotel, Mazatlan
#158. The marina, Mazatlan
#159. A man, a swordfish hanging and another man, Mazatlan
#160. 1st man from number 159 and fish, Mazatlan
20/15
Photographs #161-170
#161. Swordfish and a woman, Mazatlan
#162. Swordfish and a woman, Mazatlan
#163. Swordfish and a woman, Mazatlan
#164. Burton K. Wheeler looking out on water, Mazatlan
#165. Burton K. Wheeler fishing
#166. Richard B. Wheeler, Simon Arboleda, Burton K. Wheeler and a string of fish in Glacier National Park
#167. Burton K. Wheeler, Richard Wheeler, Simon Arboleda in a snowshoe cabin in Glacier National Park
#168. A hung fish and man
#169. J. H. Mitchell casting
#170. J. H. Mitchell with fishing pole
20/16
Photographs #171-190
#171. Mr. Morley on the ice, Glacier National Park
#172. 2 girls on horseback, Glacier National Park
September 6, 1926
#173. On top of the world in Beartooth Mountains, group on horseback
#174. Lulu Wheeler and Group on horseback moving off at Granite Park
#175. Lulu Wheeler and Group on horseback
#176. Mr. Sherman Lauren holding horse, Burton K. Wheeler, Lulu Wheeler, Mr. Mitchell - on horseback*
#177. Same group as number 176*
#178. Burton K. Wheeler and a woman at halfway down Wolf Creek Pass
#179. Same as number 178
#180. Mary Lou and Burton K. Wheeler
#181. Silverton
#182. The valley prior to Durango going down Wolf Creek Pass
#183. View from Wolf Creek Pass
#184. Black Canyon of the Gunnison River
#185. Black Canyon of the Gunnison River
#186. Old mine near Ouray
#187. Mine near Ouray
#188. Town of Ouray from the highway coming down Red Mountain
#189. Looking back at Red Mountain from Ouray
#190. North of Ouray
20/17
Photographs #191-207
#191. Ouray from Red Mountain Highway
#192. Burton K. Wheeler standing by family gravestone
#193. Burton K. Wheeler in front of Hudson High School
#194. Burton K. Wheeler and Joann Sullivan
#196. 3 children standing on a dirt street
#195. Family headstone in Hudson, Massachusetts (n)
#197. Mule team - Milestown*
1881
#198. Greece - Stone Column
#199. Christmas Card from Mr. and Mrs. Horace Chadbourne, Calistoga, California
#200. Abner Wheeler House, Framingham Centre, Massachusetts
#201. War Memorial, Hudson, Massachusetts
1964
#202. Aerial view of Hudson, Massachusetts
1966
#203. Business district of Hudson, Massachusetts
1964
#204. Uncle Fred's Elmwood Farm, Goffstown, New Hampshire
#205. Part of Wheeler (Fort Peck), Montana
April 1, 1935
#206. A portion of Sperry Glacier, Glacier National Park, the Little Matterhorn in distance
#207. Greece, men marching in uniforms
#208. "World's Largest Pile of Hay"*
#209. Glacier National Park*
20/18
Negatives and duplicate photos
20/19
Audio tape, Speech for the Republican Women's Club, Great Falls
August 6, 1992
21/1
16mm motion picture, CBS television interview
1952
Oversize cartoon drawings on display or in box 22:
--"The Attorney General's Problem"
--"Big Burta Opens Fire"
--"Hey! The bull's over there."
--"This plank or else--"
--"Let's give him three cheers, boys, his hat seems to be in the ring to stay."
--"I thought you were going to stop those smokescreens."
--"Well, Burt, I never thought I'd make a saint of you."
--"The Voice of a Great American"
--"Senator Burton K. Wheeler" (caricature portrait)

Index of CorrespondentsReturn to Top

This is an individual listing of correspondents who were not listed individually in Series 5 because they have just one or two letters which have been gathered in folders bearing the letter of the alphabet.

Description
Ahrens, Mrs. Walter H.
Akers, Mrs. Dolly
Albright, Horace M.
Allen, Clarence D.
Allen, Jon
Allen, Keath G.
Allen, William M.
Athans, Della P.
American Society of Traffic and Transportation, Inc.
Anaconda Standard (Montana Standard-Post)
Anderson, Ralph J.
Andree, Herbert T. (New York Times)
Andrews, T. Coleman
Arends, Leslie C. (U.S. Representative)
Arnold, Cecelia
Aronson, Hugo (Governor- Montana)
Ashcraft, Mrs. R.
Ashe II, Victor H.
Athearn, James L.
Atwood, Bartlett S.
Baer, John M.
Baker, Leonard
Bartley, Bill
Baruch, Bernard M.
Bear, Charles B. (Fortune Magazine)
Becker, Ralph E.
Beckworth, Lindley (U.S. Representative)
Bessette, Arthur J.
Binnewies, Fred W.
Black, Hugo F. (U.S. Supreme Court Justice)
Black, James C.
Blackburn, James W.
Boesel, Veronica L.
Bolitho, I. H.
Bolles, William L.
Bonner, John W.
Borer, Edward W.
Bosone, Joseph
Boulter, Mrs. K. C. (Grand Hotel - Butte, Montana)
Boyle, W. A. (President - United Mine Workers of America)
Brandis, Louis
Brandt, Karl
Brennan, John A.
Bridges, Styles (U.S. Senator)
Brooks, Philip C. (Director - Harry S. Truman Library)
Brucker, Wilber M. (Secretary of the Army)
Bruffill, Harry
Bumgardner, Eleanor M.
Burdette, Ed
Burger, George J.
Burke, John J.
Bush, John W. (Commissioner - Interstate Commerce Commission)
Butler, Donald A.
Butte Lodge No. 240 - BPOE
Bye, John O.
Byrnes, James F.
Carmichael, Jr., O. C.
Carney, Robert J.
Cervi, Gene
Chase, Sam B.
Chittenden, Albert E.
Clapp, Roger W.
Clement, Mrs. Clara H.
Cohill, John L.
Colier, Elizabeth Brownell
College of Great Falls
Collins, Stanley
Conklin, William
Conner, Mrs. Laurene
Conner, Stuart W.
Cooksey, Mrs. Edward D.
Coombs, Frank
Corette, Robert D.
Courcy, Kenneth
Crowley, Leo T.
Culligan, Glendy
Davies, Ronald N.
Davis, Evelyn
Davis, Norman
Davis, T. C. (Colonel)
Davis, William J.
DeVeau, Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Doan, Herbert D.
Dodd, Thomas J. (U.S. Senator)
Dominick, Peter H. (U.S. Senator)
Douglas, H. B.
Draper. Leonard A.
Drayton, Charles
Duckett, T. Howard
Duffner, John T.
Dupre, Mrs. E. M.
Dworshak, Henry C. (U.S. Senator)
Eaker, Ira C. (Lt. General)
Earley, Edward J.
Eastland, James O. (U.S. Senator)
Eaton, Cyrus S.
Edwards, Fletcher
Edwards, Jerome E.
Edwards, Mrs. Mary Ann
Elizalde, Mrs. Joaquin M.
Englund, Merrill W.
Falcoff, Mark
Falvey Granite Co., Inc.
Federal Trade Commission
Feinman, Ronald
Fields, B. A.
Fisher, Mrs. Elsie
Fitzgerald, W. L.
Flaherty, James J.
Flom, Leonard
Flores, Antonio C. (Ambassador of Mexico)
Ford, Sam (Governor- Montana)
Fowler, Henry M.
Fraser, Donald V.
Freund, Paul A.
Fulbright, J. W. (U.S. Senator)
Garner, Jack
Geagan, William N.
Genet, Arthur S.
Genzberger, Earle N.
Goodman, Ernest
Gribble, Paul M.
Groff, S. L.
Grue Tailoring Co., Inc.
Gruenther, Homer H.
Guder, Genevieve
Guidoni, Amideus
Hall, Sybil
Hamilton, Leverne
Hamilton, Richard L.
Hanighen, Frank
Hanley, E. J.
Harcourt, Charles J.
Harrington, Leona
Harris, Frederick B.
Hartman, John A.
Hartzog, Jr., George B.
Hass, William
Haste, Gwendolen
Haug, Mrs. Marie
Hawkes, Albert W. (U.S. Senator)
Healy, Paul
Hester, John W.
Hickey, W. J.
Hill, Arthur M.
Hill, Lister (U.S. Senator)
Hindle, Mr. and Mrs. James
Holdsworth, Mrs. Florence
Hood, J. M.
Horning, L. W.
Houtzer, Richard E.
Howe, Mr. and Mrs. William E.
Humanities, Montana Committee for
Huntley, Chet
Inter-Mountain Deacones Home for Children
Iverson, Philip
Jackson, Bette
Jacobson, Per (Director - International Monetary Fund)
Jakoubek, Robert E.
James, David F.
James, Mrs. Ted
Jarrett, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Jarussi, John
Jeffries, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence L.
Jenks, D. B.
Jensen, Edward
Johnson, Mrs. Edwin C.
Johnson, James L.
Johnson's Greenhouses
Jones, Ernest R.
Jones, Mrs. J. D.
Jordon, Jr., DuPree
Kamer, John
Kauffman, Joseph C.
Kavanaugh, W. D.
Keck, George E.
Keebler, Doris
Kelly, Arthur F.
Kelly, G.
Kennedy, Edward M. (U.S. Senator)
Kennedy, Mrs. Robert
Kerr, Ewing T.
Kilday, Jim
Kinman, B. C.
Kinne, Joan
Kirby, John
Kitzenberg, Sam
Klick, Mrs. Charles J.
Kliewer, Mr. and Mrs. Otto G.
Knox, Jr., Phillip M.
Koford, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Kohler, Conrad
Kohly, Mario G.
Korwald, G. L.
Kratz, Charles E.
Kraus, Betty
Kreider, Homer L.
Kubek, Anthony
LaFollette, Philip F.
Landon, Alf M.
Lang, R. E.
Larson, Floyd
Lassner, Franz G.
Laudic, Louis
Laux, John W.
Lee, R. V. (Major-General)
Lee, Robert E. (Commissioner - Federal Communications Commission)
Lepawsky, Albert
Lerner, Max (New York Post)
Lewis, Jeffrey
Lewis, John L. (President - United Mine Workers of America)
Library of Congress
Litvin, Mrs. Fanney
Lockwood, R. M.
Loomis, Daniel P.
Lord, John W.
Loring, Mrs. Len
Los Angeles Times
Losh, William J.
Love, James W.
Lowe, John G.
Ludwig, R. L.
Lund, George N.
Lundgren, Dave
Lundoff, John M.
Lux Lamp Corporation
Lynch, Jeremiah
Lynch, Neil J.
McArthur, Colin
McCarthy, Frank W.
McCarthy, George D.
McClaran, Ralph S.
McClaughry, John
McClure, John E.
McClure, Stewart E.
McConiel, Robert R.
McCormack, John (U.S. Representative)
McCoy, Mike
McDermott, Russell
McFarland, Ernest W.
McFarland, Kermit
McFarland, Russ
McGinnis, Earl F.
McGrath, Edward H.
McGrath, William L.
McGregor, Harry
McKenna, Hugh F.
McKinney, Robert
McKinnon, George E.
McLeish, Archibald
McMillan Company
McNab, Robin
McQuinn, Chester A.
McWilliams, Tennant S.
Macomber, Mrs. Bea
Magic Fingers, Inc.
Maney, Patrick J.
Manning, Mrs. Helen S.
Manning, James
Mansfield Endowment
Marans, J. Eugene
Marcus, Aaron G.
Marcus, David A.
Marquart, Rolland R.
Marr, Herbert L.
Marr, William G.
Marsh, Mrs. L. K.
Martin, Fred J.
Mayfield, Mrs. John F.
Mee, Charles L.
Melloan, George
Melzner, A. B.
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner, and Smith
Metzger, Mrs. Evelyn
Metzger, Philip
Middleton, George
Miller, Reed
Miner, Arlyn
Minor, Robert W.
Mitchell, Jozette
Mitchell, Maude
Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Mohn, Einar O.
Monaghan, Joseph P.
Montana Western History
Montemarano, Dan
Montgomery, Mrs. Dee Ann
Morris, Edgar
Morris, W. A.
Morrison, Paul V.
Morse, Wayne (U.S. Senator)
Morton, Betty J.
Moseley, George Van Horn (General)
Muckelston, Sandra R.
Mudd, Sister Rita
Mulder, Ronald A.
Mullin, Patrick J.
Mundell, James W.
Mundt, Karl E. (U.S. Senator)
Murphy, Rupert L. (Commissioner - Interstate Commerce Commission)
Murray, Frank (Montana Secretary of State)
Myers, John
Nash, Philleo
National Archives and Record Service
Neal, Donn
Neitzling, Fred
Nerud, Charles
Nesbitt, Joseph E.
Neuberger, Maurine B. (U.S. Senator)
Nevins, Allan
Newby, Mr. and Mrs. Neal D.
Newlon, Mrs. Robert E.
Newman, Roger K.
Newquist, Winden
News Enterprise
Nicholson, W. F.
Nicoll, Russ
Nolan, David
Noonan, Ruth
Norfolk, Frank
Norkewicz, Isabel
Norris, G. A.
North Dakota, University of
Northern Hotel (Billings, Montana)
Northern Montana College
Novak, Robert J.
Nutt, R. S.
Nybo, Kenneth
O`Conner, Lawrence L.
O`Dea, Robert E.
Oden, Paul
O`Grady, Marguerite
O`Hara, Joseph P.
Old Crow, Chief S.
O`Leary, Barry
O`Leary, Dennis
Olsen, Arnold (U.S. Representative)
Olsen, Iver S.
Olson, Eldon S.
O`Malley, Anthony J.
Oreskovich, Rosalyn
Osborne, Debbie
Osher, David M.
O`Sullivan, John
Padelford, Mrs. Louise H.
Parker, Joseph E.
Parkinson, C. Jay
Parsons, Lewis M.
Passman, Otto (U.S. Representative)
Patterson, James T.
Patton, James
Peck, Mikell
Peters, Mrs. Merrill
Peterson, Hans
Peterson, Hans
Pettengill, Samuel B.
Pew, J. Howard
Pfeiffer, Edward J.
Phillips, Mrs. Jake
Phoenix Title and Trust Company
Pilas, Louis J.
Plumb, Milton
Porter, David L.
Porter, Paul A.
Postal Service, U.S.
Prettyman, Mrs. E. Barrett
Pryor, Samuel F.
Purcell, James E.
Purcell, Robert W.
Ragan, Mrs. Ina C.
Randolph, Jennings (U.S. Senator)
Rankin, Jeannette (U.S. Representative)
Rankin, Wellington D. (Montana Supreme Court Justice)
Rarick, John R. (U.S. Representative)
Rayburn, Sam (U.S. Representative - Speaker of the House)
Reardon, Leo F.
Reed, Bill
Rees, Clarence
Regnery, Henry
Reiner, Ralph E.
Reynolds, Sam
Research Analysis Corporation
Rheim, Everett Y.
Rhoads, E. E.
Rice, Mrs. John E.
Richey, Charles R.
Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Robinson, Frank S.
Robinson, Jack F.
Robinson, Roger
Rogers, Paul G. (U.S. Representative)
Rognlien, D. Gordon
Rohrig, Al
Rosenstiel, Lewis S.
Rotering, N. A.
Rovin, Fern
Rowe, Jr., J. H.
Ruder, Mel
Ruffcorn, William M.
Rule, Richard B.
Russell, Richard B. (U.S. Senator)
Rust, Jr., Robert S.
Ryback, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Sample, Joseph S.
Sarnoff, General David (President- NBC and RCA)
Sauerwein, Mrs. Rosa
Sawtell, Henry J.
Saxbe, William B.
Scanlon, Robert
Schaefer, J. E.
Scheffel, George
Schepens, Charles
Schieb, Bernice E.
Schilling, Raymond E.
Schlereth, Thomas J.
Schmaltz, John
Schneider, Hubert A.
Schneiderman, David
Schuster, Judith
Scott, Mrs. Robert M.
Seaks, Robert G.
Secinaro, Ralph S.
Sessler, Mrs. Stu
Sharp, Allen
Sherlock, Patrick
Sherman, Roger
Shirk, Jr., K. L.
Shouse, Mrs. Jouett
Siebel, Mrs. Kenneth
Silver Bow County (Montana)
Silversmith, Jr., J. H.
Simon, Norton
Simon, Mrs. Rita J.
Simpson, Mrs. Anita
Singer, Mike
Skidmore, Howard
Small, Lawrence F.
Smith, Carlton
Smith, Sherman L.
Sooy, Les
Sprauge, Susan W.
Stafford, George M.
Staggers, Harley O. (U.S. Representative)
Stanley, Henry
Stanton, Frank (President- CBS)
Stenehjem, Mrs. Erik J.
Stevens, John P.
Stevenson, Adlai E. (Governor)
Stewart, Irvin
Stewart, Potter
Struthers, Lucia
Stull, Mrs. Hazel K.
Sugarman, Howard
Sultzer, Harry D.
Sutherland, George
Swanson, Daniel G.
Sweeney, Robert
Swiren, Max
Taft, Charles P.
Teitelbaum, Daniel H.
Temple, Wick
Terlson, Clarence
Thom, Jr., Corcran
Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Thomas, Norman
Thompson, Dave
Thompson, James W.
Thurmond, Strom (U.S. Senator)
Tien, Mary Anna
Tilton, Isabelle
Timber, John S.
Time, Inc.
Tirlson, Clarence
Tompkins, C. David
Toole, K. Ross
Towers, Bertram B.
Townsend, Ralph
Triangle Barber Shop
Tugwell, Rex
Tuohy, Walter J.
Tuttle, Joann S.
Ugrin, Neil E.
United Air Lines
Upjohn, Mrs. Dorothy H.
Urbano, Steven
Uyehara, Mrs. Cecil
Varney, Harold L.
Votaw, Roy C.
Walker, Dorothy
Walker, J. Wythe
Walker, Mrs. L. S.
Wallace, Dave
Wallace, Mrs. Richard H.
Wanamaker, Ralph H.
Waple, Ben F.
Washburn, Abbott
Washington Observer Newsletter
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Watts, H. C.
Watts, H. W.
Webner, W. Gordon
Wedemyer, A. C.
Weinberg, Mark D.
Weisberger, Edward
Welk, Lawrence (ABC - TV)
Wesley Methodist Church
West Glacier School
West, Woody
Westcott, Milton R.
Westdal, Alvin T.
Western Breeze (Cutbank, Montana newspaper)
Wetenkamp, Jr., Herb
WGMS (Washington D.C. radio station)
Whalen, Richard J.
Wheeler, Clifford
Wheelock, John N.
Whetstone, Dan
Whetstone, Frank A.
White, Byron R.
White, Lowell
White, Mrs. Mabel
White, William
Whitecalf, James
Whitehorn, Mrs. Wayne A.
Widenhouse, Philip M.
Widman, Theron T.
Wilkinson, Albert
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
Williams, Harry T.
Wilson, Grace C.
Wilson, Jerry V.
Wilkinson, Albert
Wood, Arthur M.
Wood, Dennis
Wood, Mrs. Robert E.
Wright, Andrew J.
Wright, E. Truman
Yale University
Yales, Claudia
Yeager, John W.
Yellowtail, Robert
Yorn Import Company
Yorn, Mrs.
Yost, Leland R.
Young, C.W. Bill (U.S. Representative)
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