Conrad, Campbell, and Stanford Family Papers, 1818-1968  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Conrad, Campbell, and Stanford family
Title
Conrad, Campbell, and Stanford Family Papers
Dates
1818-1968 (inclusive)
Quantity
151.25 linear feet and 3 reels of microfilm
Collection Number
Mss 185 (collection)
Summary
The Conrad, Campbell, and Stanford families were prominent families and businessmen of north central Montana, particularly Fort Benton and Kalispell. The Conrad, Campbell, and Stanford Family Papers are an extensive collection of correspondence, business records, and objects from four generations of a very prominent family in Montana.
Repository
University of Montana, Mansfield Library, Archives and Special Collections
Archives and Special Collections
Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
University of Montana
32 Campus Dr. #9936
59812-9936
Missoula, MT
Telephone: 406-243-2053
Fax: 406-243-4067
library.archives@umontana.edu
Access Restrictions

Researchers must use collection in accordance with the policies of the K. Ross Toole Archives, the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, and The University of Montana--Missoula.

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


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

In 1868 two youthful Civil War veterans, William G. and Charles E. Conrad, first stepped ashore at Fort Benton, Montana Territory, headwaters of navigation on the Missouri River. Their enterprise quickly lead to employment by I. G. Baker, owner of one of two trading companies then dominating transportation and commerce in the American and Canadian northwest. Four years later the brothers became partners in I. G. Baker and Company; in 1874 they bought the company. Expanding this virtual empire of riverboat and overland trade and diversifying into banking, ranching, mining, real estate, diplomacy and environmental concerns for the next twenty-eight years, the Conrad brothers played a vital part in the development of the West and of Montana in particular.

Born on August 3, 1848 to Maria S. (Ashby) Conrad and Colonel James Warren Conrad, William was the eldest of thirteen children. Charles was born on May 20, 1850, also on “Wapping,” the family’s plantation in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. The Civil War of 1861-1865 took Colonel Warren to his Virginia militia regiment, while William and Charles grew up riding for the final two years of the conflict as volunteers with the 43rd Partisan Rangers and their legendary commander John Singleton Mosby.

Their home devastated by the war, William and Charles first headed north to New York and then over 3,000 miles [66 days] up the Missouri River to find opportunity in the burgeoning U.S. and Canadian west. With I. G. Baker, they soon owned much of the riverboat and ox-drawn freight wagon transportation system then opening the regions which would become Montana and Alberta, including all logistic support for the initial Northwest Mounted Police. In 1877, the same year as the Nez Perce War and other disastrous massacres on the U. S. side of the border, Charles was a successful negotiator for the peace treaty, Treaty No. 7, which ended warfare between the British government of Canada and the five tribes of the high plains.

Out of these connections, a young mounted policeman named James T. Stanford, then serving as administrative assistant to their famous commandant at the eponymous Fort Macleod, Alberta, and on diplomatic missions to Helena, Montana, met the Conrads. At the end of his Canadian enlistment, Stanford emigrated to Ft. Benton, accepted employment with the Conrad’s bank there, brought the rest of his family west from Nova Scotia, introduced his younger sister to Charles Conrad, and in 1881 became brother-in-law to the family. James continued his life as a banker, business leader and entrepreneur. In 1898, the Governor of Montana appointed Stanford Inspector General, with the rank of Colonel, on his General Staff of the Montana National Guard.

Understanding the coming impact of transcontinental railroads, in 1888-1891 the brothers sold their I. G. Baker & Co. interests in Canada and left Ft. Benton and found numerous businesses including Conrad Brothers, Inc., the Conrad Banking Company of Great Falls, Kalispell Townsite Company, Conrad National Bank of Kalispell, Conrad Price Cattle Company, Conrad Circle Cattle Company, and Queen of the Hills Mining Company, as well as the Montana towns of Conrad and Kalispell (where Charles built the home which is now a national historical site). Charles E. played an important role in preventing a threatened extinction of the great western buffalo herds by providing sheltered ranges for a select group on his Kalispell and other Flathead Valley lands. This breeding stock would later form a basis for 20th and 21st century herds in both Canada and the United States.

The Conrad brothers were also a presence in Montana politics. After serving as the first mayor of Fort Benton, and Choteau County’s delegate to the 1878 Montana Constitutional Convention, W. G. culminated his political career with an 1899 bid for the United States Senate, though he lost the nomination to “Copper King” William Clark. C. E., having reluctantly served as County Commissioner at Fort Benton in 1883, avoided the political limelight in favor of regional, national and international business interests.

After purchasing I. G. Baker & Co., the Conrad brothers invited their parents to join them at their western home, which Colonel and Mrs. Conrad soon accepted. They lived near their boys in Fort Benton from 1874 until their 1891 relocation (along with the families of their son, W. G., and son-in-law James T. Stanford) to Great Falls. There they continued to reside until the Colonel’s passing in 1894 at the age of eighty-two years, and Maria’s death ten years later.

William G. Conrad married Fannie Bowen of Virginia in 1876. The couple had five children: William Lee (who died at one year of age in 1878), Maria Josephine, Minnie Atkinson, George Harfield, and Arthur Franklin. They maintained homes in Great Falls, Helena, and in the area of the Conrad family’s original plantation near Front Royal in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.

Sometime before 1876, Charles E. Conrad married Sings-in-the-Middle, daughter of a Blackfoot leader of the North Peigan. The couple established their home in Fort Benton where their son, Charles Edward Conrad, Jr. was born in 1876. In 1878 Sings-in-the-Middle returned to her father’s tribe in Canada, where she died prior to 1881. C. E. Jr. remained in the care of his father to be educated in Canadian schools and at University in Montreal, where he married and remained until 1905 when he followed his father’s death by just three years.

Catherine Elizabeth Coggan Stanford had first immigrated to the U.S. from England to live with relatives in Boston where, in 1853, she’d met a widowed Nova Scotia businessman named James T. Stanford who pursued Catherine with long, passionate letters until their marriage two years later. The couple had four children: James T. Jr., Alicia D., George, and Harry P.. In mid-1879, Catherine travelled from Nova Scotia on the Steamer ‘Dacotah’ with her children, Alicia Davenport Stanford and Harry Penn Stanford, to Ft. Benton, Montana Territory, to join her eldest son, James T. Stanford, Jr.

After his father’s death in 1872, James T. Stanford enlisted in the then-newly-recruited Northwest Mounted Police, where his small income could help the family survive. At the end of his enlistment in Alberta, the stalwart James, now a trusted employee of the Conrad brothers’ I.G. Baker & Co., was able to bring his family to Fort Benton. There he introduced his sister Alicia “Lettie” to his patron-employer, Charles Edward Conrad, and saw them married two years later. Stanford’s brother George became an expert gunsmith and intrepid trans-Pacific sailor who traveled throughout the American West, Australia, and Asia before settling the rocky point named after him on the shores of Flathead Lake near Kalispell. Youngest brother Harry moved to Kalispell in 1891 and was soon chosen to be the new town’s first Chief of Police. He built a frontier home and large taxidermy studio and lived the rest of his active life as a naturalist, writer and historian.

Alicia D. Stanford ran a school for children and young ladies in Fort Benton until her marriage to Charles E. Conrad in 1881. Charles E. and Alicia D. Conrad had three children, Charles Davenport “Charlie” (born in Ft. Benton in 1882), Catherine “Kate” Conrad (born in Fort Benton in 1885), and Alicia Conrad (born in Kalispell in 1892). Charles E. Conrad died in 1902.

Alicia Conrad married Walter McCutcheon, an employee of the Kalispell Mercantile Company, in 1914. They had one daughter, Alicia Ann “Timmie,” in 1921. The marriage ended in divorce in 1924. Alicia’s second marriage was to George Henry Campbell of Great Falls. George Henry Campbell was born in 1890 to Mary L. Wardwell and Charles Henry Campbell of Westminster West, Vermont. Growing up on their ranch near Malta and moving into Great Falls for high school, George graduated from Yale’s Sheffield School of Engineering in 1910 and joined with his father as C. H. Campbell and Son, a central Montana land management firm. Volunteering in 1917-1918 he flew as a pursuit (fighter) pilot in the World War I Nieuport and Spad biplanes of the U. S. Army Signal Corps, Army Air Corps and American Expeditionary Force in France, earning charter membership in the Order of Daedalians and its Montana Chapter. After the war, he returned to the partnership with his father. Alicia Conrad and George Henry Campbell had one son, Charles Conrad Campbell, born in 1928. In 1933 the family moved back to Kalispell where Alicia’s hereditary Conrad home was her primary residence until her donation of it to the city as a National Historical Site in 1974, seven years prior to her death at the age of eighty-eight in 1981. George Campbell died in 1973.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Conrad, Campbell, and Stanford Family Papers are an extensive collection of correspondence, business records, and objects from four generations of a very prominent family in Montana. The collection encompasses a broad range of topics, from immigration to travel journals, taxidermy to buffalo herds, and from the Kalispell Red Cross to the Conrad Bank. These papers tell a story of great poverty and wealth in a century of northwestern development which continues to impact both present and future. Among the first families to open and settle Montana Territory, the Conrads, Campbells, and Stanfords played significant roles in trade, transportation, peace-keeping, commerce, ranching, real estate, land management and the founding of towns.

The collection is divided into thirty-nine series, with each series containing the papers associated with a particular family member or business. Within a series, a subseries may identify the types of records, such as correspondence, financial records, ledgers, associated organizations, or objects.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Researchers are responsible for using in accordance with 17 U.S.C. and any other applicable statutes. Copyright not transferred to The University of Montana.

Preferred Citation

[Name of document or photograph number], Conrad, Campbell, and Stanford Family Papers, K. Ross Toole Archives, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, The University of Montana--Missoula.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  Charles E. Conrad , 1871-1904 Return to Top

1.5 linear feet
Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: Correspondence
1 linear feet and 4 folders
Consists of Charles E. Conrad’s letterpress books as well as individual pieces of incoming and outgoing business-oriented and personal letters
1871-1903
Box/Folder
1/1
Outgoing correspondence letterpress book
March 19-May 4, 1883
1/2
Indexed outgoing correspondence letterpress book
August 28, 1901-November 25, 1902
1/3
Incoming personal correspondence
1871-1878
1/4
Incoming personal correspondence
1879
1/5
Business and personal correspondence
1880-1889
1/6
Business and personal correspondence
1890
1/7
Business and personal correspondence
January-April, 1891
1/8
Business and personal correspondence
May-July, 1891
1/9
Business and personal correspondence
September-October, 1891
1/10
Business and personal correspondence
November-December, 1891
2/1
Business and personal correspondence
January-April, 1892
2/2
Business and personal correspondence
May-August, 1892
2/3
Business and personal correspondence
September-November, 1892
2/4
Business and personal correspondence
December, 1892
2/5
Business and personal correspondence
1893
2/6
Business and personal correspondence
1894
2/7
Business and personal correspondence
1895
2/8
Business and personal correspondence
1896
2/9
Flathead County Mining and Immigration Convention
1896
2/10
Business and personal correspondence
1897
2/11
Outgoing telegrams
1897-1898
2/12
Business and personal correspondence
1898
2/13
Business and personal correspondence
1899
2/14
Business and personal correspondence
1900
3/1
Business and personal correspondence
January-June, 1901
3/2
Business and personal correspondence
July-December, 1901
3/3
Business and personal correspondence
1902-1903
3/4
Business and personal correspondence
undated
Subseries 2: Financial Records, Legal Documents, and Reports
11 folders
Financial Records, Legal Documents, and Reports includes financial records such as receipts and legal documents including leases, deeds, items pertinent to C. E. Charles' estate, as well as a report on the Britannia Copper Syndicate.
1887-1904
Box/Folder
3/5
Financial records
1887
3/6
Financial records
1891-1894
3/7
Financial records
1896-1898
3/8
Financial records
1899-1900
3/9
Financial records
1901-1902
3/10
Legal documents
1882-1893
3/11
Legal Documents
1895-1899
3/12
Legal Documents
1900-1901
3/13
Blackfoot Treaty
1895-1896
3/14
C.E. Conrad's Last Will and Testament
1904
3/15
Report on Britannia Copper Syndicate
1901
Subseries 3: Speeches and Writings
1 folder
1904
Box/Folder
3/16
Eulogies from C. E. Conrad's funeral service
1904
Subseries 4: Clippings
1 folder
1891-1902
Box/Folder
3/17
Newspaper clippings, circulars, and advertisements about Montana
1891-1902 and undated

Series II:  William G. Conrad , 1864-1951 Return to Top

1.5 linear feet and 3 microfilm rolls
Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: W.G. Conrad
0.5 linear feet
The W.G. Conrad Subseries includes his biographical information, his general correspondence, financial records, and legal documents. The documents in Subseries 1 predominantly relate to family businesses: including Queen of the Hills Mining Company, Conrad Bank, mineral claims, taxes, and leases. The architectural plans for his home in Great Falls are also included.
1890-1921
Box/Folder
4/1
W.G. Conrad biographical information and Conrad family tree
ca. 1915 and undated
4/2
Incoming and outgoing correspondence
1890-1897
4/3
Incoming and outgoing correspondence
1902-1909
4/4
Incoming and outgoing correspondence
1911-1923
4/5
Financial records
1893-1919
4/6
Legal Documents
1900-1912
4/7
Political campaign newspaper clippings/scrapbook
1899-1899
Subseries 2: W. G. Conrad Estate
4 folders
This subseries includes W. G. Conrad's will, deeds, and other legal documents pertaining to the division of his estate.
1915-1924
Box/Folder
5/1
Financial Records
1915-1918
5/2
Legal Documents
1892-1914
5/3
Legal Documents
1915-1919
5/4
Legal Documents
1920-1924
Subseries 3: Charles E. Conrad Estate
1 folder
This subseries contains the will, deeds and other legal documents dealing with the division of assets between the families of C. E. and W. G. Conrad after C. E. Conrad's death.
1902-1919
Box/Folder
5/5
Legal Documents
1902-1919
Subseries 4: Fannie Conrad
2 folders
This subseries contains the last will and testament of W.G. Conrad's wife, Fannie, dated 1890.
1890
Box/Folder
5/6
Last Will and Testament of Fannie Conrad
1890
5/7
Bound
undated
Subseries 5: Business Interests
0.5 linear feet
This subseries contains financial records and legal documents pertaining to W.G. Conrad's interest in the Conrad Brothers, Conrad City Water Company, Conrad Corporation, Conrad Investment Company, Conrad National Bank, Conrad-Price Cattle Company, Conrad-Stanford Company, Conrad Townsite Company, Conrad Trust and Savings Bank, Ponderosa Valley Bank, and the Valier Land and Water Company.
1905-1947
Box/Folder
6/1
Conrad Brothers Financial Records and Legal Documents
1911-1919
6/2
Conrad City Water Co., Financial Records
1914
6/3
Conrad Corporation, Legal Documents
1923-1928
6/4
Conrad Investment Co., Financial Records
1905
6/5
Conrad National Bank, Mortgage Deeds, James R. and Margaret Smith
1909-1913
6/6
Conrad-Price Cattle Co., Financial Records
1913
6/7
Conrad-Stanford Co., Financial Records, Legal Documents, and Chain of Title Notes
1916-1947
6/8
Conrad-Stanford Co., Legal Documents
1912-1918
6/9
Conrad Townsite Co., Financial Records
1913
6/10
Conrad Trust and Savings Bank, Legal Documents
1913
6/11
Pondera Valley Bank, Financial Records
1908
6/12
Valier Land and Water Co., Business Records
Including lists of Conrad Land in Flathead and Lincoln Counties.
1910-1914
6/13
Visiting Lists (address books), Fannie and William G. Conrad
1910 and undated
Subseries 6: Clippings and Scrapbooks
0.5 linear feet
Includes statewide newspaper coverage of 1899 Senate campaign and personal scrapbooks.
1896-1933
Box/Folder
7/1
Newspaper Clippings, various subjects pertaining to Conrad family and businesses
1896-1933 and undated
7/2
Scrapbook
1902 and undated
Subseries 7: W. G. Conrad
1 reel of microfilm
W.G. Conrad microfilm contains three rolls of microfilm, which duplicate most of the material contained in the six Subseries. Reel #2 has two identical copies.
Materials are arranged chronologically.
1878-1947
Reel/Frame
1/1-4
Biographical Information
undated
1/5-42
General Correspondence
1911-1923
1/43-64
Financial Records
1898-1913
1/65-92
Legal Records
1878-1912
1/93-410
Legal Documents
1892-1921
1/411-417
General Correspondence
1914-1919
1/418-496
Financial Records
1909-1920
1/497-528
Legal Documents
1914-1927
1/529-539
Financial Records
undated
1/540-543
Financial Records
1902
1/544-550
Address-Charles E. Conrad's Funeral
1908
1/551-586
Charles Conrad-Legal Documents
1902-1919
1/587-594
Legal Documents
1890
1/595-598
Conrad Brothers: General Correspondence
1919
1/599-601
Legal Documents
1910
1/602-620
Financial Records
1911-1914
1/621-626
Conrad City Water Company-Financial Records
1914
1/627-634
Conrad Corporation-Legal Documents
1923-1928
1/635-637
Conrad Investment Company-Financial Records
1905
1/638-657
Conrad National Bank-Legal Documents
1909-1914
1/658-660
Conrad-Price Cattle Company-Financial Records
1913
1/661-670
Conrad-Stanford Company-General Correspondence
1915-1918
1/671-735
Legal Documents
1911-1918
1/736-810
Financial Records
1912-1916
1/811-847
Journal
1890-1947
1/848-851
Conrad Town Site Company-Financial Records
1913
1/852-855
Conrad Trust and Savings Bank-Financial Records
1912-1913
1/856-857
Ponderosa Valley Bank-Financial Records
1908
1/858-873
Valier Land and Water Company-General Correspondence
1910-1915
1/874-880
Financial Records
1910-1912
1/881-893
Miscellany-Conrad Land and Water Company Agreements
1910-1914
1/894-911
Miscellany-Conrad Burial/ Cemetery Records and Home Records
1912
Subseries 8: W.G. Conrad Papers/Scrapbook
2 reels of microfilm
This subseries contains two rolls of microfilm copies of papers and scrapbooks-some frames on these reels duplicate materials in other portions of the collection.
1864-1951
Reel/Frame
2/1-124
W.G. Conrad Scrapbook
1864-1951

Series III:  Catherine E. Stanford , 1821-1914 Return to Top

2.0 linear feet

Series III contains the personal letters, diaries, financial records, legal documents, and newspaper clippings of Catherine Elizabeth Coggan Stanford, mother of Alicia D. Conrad. Catherine lived with C. E. and Alicia until her death in 1904. Catherine's papers include correspondence with her family in England, poems, her short stories and efforts to have them published, as well as travelogues of her many river trips, including her move from Rochester, NY, to Fort Benton, Montana in 1879. The papers are arranged chronologically. Objects such as hair and a fabric bag have been separated from the folders and placed in Series XXXIII: Artifacts.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
8/1
Biographical information
undated
8/2
Diary
1879-1883, 1892
8/3
Incoming personal correspondence
1821-1822
8/4
Incoming personal correspondence
1842-1849
8/5
Incoming personal correspondence
1850
8/6
Incoming personal correspondence
1851
8/7
Incoming personal correspondence
1852
8/8
Incoming personal correspondence
1853
8/9
Incoming personal correspondence
1854
8/10
Incoming personal correspondence
1855
8/11
Incoming personal correspondence
1856
8/12
Incoming personal correspondence
1857
8/13
Incoming personal correspondence
1858
8/14
Incoming personal correspondence
1859
8/15
Incoming personal correspondence
1850-1859
8/16
Incoming personal correspondence
1860
8/17
Incoming personal correspondence
1861
8/18
Incoming personal correspondence
1862
8/19
Incoming personal correspondence
1863
8/20
Incoming personal correspondence
1864
8/21
Incoming personal correspondence
1865
8/22
Incoming personal correspondence
1866
8/23
Incoming personal correspondence
1867
8/24
Incoming personal correspondence
1855-1867
8/25
Incoming personal correspondence
1869
8/26
Incoming personal correspondence
1870
8/27
Incoming personal correspondence
1871
8/28
Incoming personal correspondence
1872
8/29
Incoming personal correspondence
1873
8/30
Incoming personal correspondence
1874
8/31
Incoming personal correspondence, James Stanford
1875
8/32
Incoming personal correspondence
1875
8/33
Incoming personal correspondence, James Stanford
1876
9/1
Incoming personal correspondence
1876
9/2
Incoming personal correspondence
1877
9/3
Incoming personal correspondence, James Stanford
1878
9/4
Incoming personal correspondence
1878
9/5
Incoming personal correspondence
1878
9/6
Incoming personal correspondence
1879
9/7
Incoming personal correspondence, James Stanford
1880
9/8
Incoming personal correspondence
1880
9/9
Incoming personal correspondence
1881
9/10
Incoming personal correspondence
1882
9/11
Incoming personal correspondence
1883
9/12
Incoming personal correspondence
1884
9/13
Incoming personal correspondence
1885
9/14
Incoming personal correspondence
1886
9/15
Incoming personal correspondence
1887
9/16
Incoming personal correspondence
1888
9/17
Incoming personal correspondence
1889
9/18
Incoming personal correspondence
1890
9/19
Incoming personal correspondence
1891
9/20
Incoming personal correspondence
1892
9/21
Incoming personal correspondence
1893
9/22
Incoming personal correspondence
1894
9/23
Incoming personal correspondence
1895
9/24
Incoming personal correspondence
1896
9/25
Incoming personal correspondence
1897
9/26
Incoming personal correspondence
1898
9/27
Incoming personal correspondence
1899
10/1
Incoming personal correspondence
1900
10/2
Incoming personal correspondence
1901
10/3
Incoming personal correspondence
1902
10/4
Incoming personal correspondence
1903
10/5
Incoming personal correspondence
1904
10/6
Incoming personal correspondence
undated
10/7
Fragments of personal correspondence
undated
10/8
Newspaper clippings
1903-1914 and undated
10/9
Financial records
1832, 1866, 1871-1876
10/10
Financial records
1888-1903
10/11
Legal documents
1877-1891
10/12
Poems and other writings
1815-1901
11/1
Handwritten, copied poems and newspaper clippings
1889-1903
11/2
Unfinished proof sheets of Mrs. Stanford's father's Cabinet of Wonders, printed in England, glued to pages of bound report of the Central New York Railroad Company
1838-1839
11/3
Calling cards
undated
11/4
Recipes
undated
11/5
Correspondence, cards, notes, and Constitution of the Century Club
1857-1903
11/6
Notes, addresses, and home remedies
undated
11/7
Teachers Improved Sunday School Class Book
1869, 1874, 1875

Series IV:  James T. Stanford, Sr. , 1818-1867Return to Top

0.25 linear feet

This series contains the papers of James T. Stanford Sr., husband of Catherine E. Stanford and father to Alicia D. Conrad. Two folders of correspondence along with business cards, certificates, and clippings regarding J. T. Stanford Sr.'s business interests are contained within the series. This series also includes personal letters to his family and four pages from an 1818 arithmetic text.

These papers are arranged chronologically.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
12/1
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1854-1867
12/2
Notes, certificates and cards
1818-1866

Series V:   James T. Stanford, Jr. , 1871-1926 Return to Top

0.5 linear feet

James T. Stanford, Jr., oldest brother of Alicia D. Stanford, became a trusted business associate of Charles E. Conrad. Series V includes personal correspondence, diaries from James T. Stanford's enlistment with the Northwest Mounted Police, day / cash and invoice books, assets and advertising for the Northwestern Bank of Great Falls, personal assets, programs, drawings, and writings. Objects originally in this series such as leather wallets were separated and placed in Series XXXVIII: Artifacts.

The materials are arranged chronologically.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
12/3
Diary
1876-1877
12/4
Incoming personal correspondence
1877-1900
12/5
Incoming business correspondence
1901-1910
12/6
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1911-1926
12/7
Financial records
1871-1925
12/8
Legal documents
1920-1926
12/9
Research notes and poem
1875-1876
12/10
A Family Jam, poem by Catherine E. Stanford
ca.1877
12/11
Picture book
undated
12/12
Montana National Guard Exams
1911
12/13
Newspaper clippings on various subjects
1892-1904 and undated
12/14
Royal Canadian Mounted Police memorabilia
1925 and undated

Series VI:  Harry P. Stanford , 1874-1949 Return to Top

4.25 linear feet

Harry Penn Stanford, born in 1868 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, came with his family to Fort Benton in 1872. Harry resided in Kalispell where he worked as a taxidermist and wrote prolifically. His papers consist of business and personal correspondence, news clippings, financial records, scrapbooks, and taxidermist's drawings and instructions. An expert on birds and Western wildlife, his scrapbooks and drawings include detailed information on different species of the area.

The series contains seven Subseries.
Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: Diaries
0.5 linear feet
Diaries contains Harry Stanford's notes regarding his travels, including his trip from Rochester, New York, to Washington and Jefferson City en route to Fort Benton in 1879. The diaries also include notes on his hunting and camping trips, as well as copied poems and stories. This Subseries also contains a diary by Thomas T. A. Boys from Fort McLeod, dated 1876.
1876-1937
Box/Folder
13/1
Diary
1879
13/2
Diary
1881
13/3
Diary
1883
13/4
Diary
ca. 1889
13/5
Diary, trip to Glacier with family
1897
13/6
Diary
1910
13/7
Diary
1911
13/8
Diary, camping
1897-1906
13/9
Diary, camping
1907-1908
13/10
Diary, taxidermy notes and instructions
1904-1937
13/11
Diary, copied diary of Thomas T.A. Boys of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
1876
Subseries 2: Correspondence
1.0 linear foot and 10 folders
Correspondence predominately contains incoming correspondence regarding both business and personal issues. Some correspondence deals with efforts to stop a bill that would allow summer homesteads on national forest lands. Letters include correspondence with Charles M. Russell, George Bird Grinnell, Angus MacDonald, and other well-known naturalists and Montanans. An envelope of hair was removed and placed in Series XXXVIII: Artifacts.
1879-1944
Box/Folder
14/1
Incoming personal correspondence
1879, 1882
14/2
Incoming personal correspondence and news clipping
1887
14/3
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1892-1895
14/4
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1896
14/5
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1897
14/6
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1898
14/7
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1899
14/8
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1900
14/9
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1901
14/10
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1902
14/11
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1903
14/12
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1904
14/13
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1905
14/14
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1906
14/15
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1907
14/16
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1908
14/17
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1909
14/18
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1910
14/19
Incoming and outgoing business and personal correspondence
1911
14/20
Incoming and outgoing business and personal correspondence
1912
14/21
Incoming business and personal correspondence, including discussion of trumpeter swans
1913
14/22
Incoming and outgoing business and personal correspondence, including discussion of trumpeter swans and ptarmigan
1914
15/1
Incoming and outgoing business and personal correspondence
1915
15/2
Incoming and outgoing business correspondence, Montana Geographic Society
1915
15/3
Incoming and outgoing business and personal correspondence, including discussion of S.B. 1065
1916
15/4
Incoming business correspondence
1917
15/5
Incoming business correspondence
1918
15/6
Incoming business and personal correspondence, including letters from friends in France during WWI
1919
15/7
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1920
15/8
Incoming business and personal correspondence, including poem by Frank Bird Linderman
1921
15/9
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1922
15/10
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1923
15/11
Incoming business correspondence
1924
15/12
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1925
15/13
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1926
15/14
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1927
15/15
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1928
15/16
Incoming and outgoing business and personal correspondence, including some short stories by Harry Stanford
1929
15/17
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1930
15/18
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1931
15/19
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1932
15/20
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1933
15/21
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1934
15/22
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1935
16/1
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1936
16/2
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1937
16/3
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1938
16/4
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1939
16/5
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1940
16/6
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1941
16/7
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1942
16/8
Incoming business and personal correspondence
1943
16/9
Incoming personal correspondence
1944
16/10
Incoming business and personal correspondence
undated
16/11
Clippings, H.P. Stanford
1901, 1931
16/11
Financial records
1884-1940
Subseries 3: Clippings
2 folders
Clippings includes two folders of news clippings on various subjects.
1881-1941
Box/Folder
16/12
Newspaper clippings on various subjects
1928, 1933
16/13
Drawings, cards, and notes
ca. 1881-1941
Subseries 4: Financial/Business Records and Legal Documents
5 folders
Financial/Business Records and Legal Documents includes receipts, thrift stamps, stock certificates, hunting and fishing licenses, taxidermist licenses, citizenship papers, deeds, affidavits, and petitions.
1884-1945
Box/Folder
16/14
Financial records
1884-1940
17/1
Legal documents, hunting and fishing licenses
1909-1929
17/2
Legal documents, taxidermist licenses
1912-1934
17/3
Legal documents
1889-1945
17/4
Legal documents, petition and copy of S. 1065, summer homesteads on National Forest lands
1915
Subseries 5: Writings, Speeches, and Notes
6 folders
Writings, Speeches, and Notes, consists of reports on fish and wild game, written by Stanford and William Flynn. Stanford's writings also include narratives on taxidermy and stories about "old-timer" Montanans. The subseries also contains various poems and stories copied from other sources.
1874-1934
Box/Folder
17/5
Report by William Flynn, Montana Fish and Game
1934
17/6
Writings and speeches by Harry Stanford
1875-1930 and undated
17/7
Writings and speeches by Harry Stanford
1928-1931
17/8
Writings and speeches, taxidermy
1874, 1877 and undated
17/9
Writings and speeches, Of the Present Status of Wild Swans in Montana, author unknown
ca. 1913
17/10
Writings and speeches, copied poems and stories
ca.1880-1920
17/11
Correspondence and writing journal
1917-1932
Subseries 6: Business Records
0.5 linear feet and 3 folders
This subseries includes notes, drawings, catalogs, and business cards, and account books. A card box indexes the information on each taxidermy project Harry Stanford completed. The cards, arranged in two sets in reverse chronological order, have flags on top to indicate the first letter of the owner's last name. Information contained on each card includes: species, condition, description of work, tag number, freight paid, date delivered, date returned, credit on account, out date, paid in full date, finished date, and owner name. Subseries 6 also contains volumes of taxidermy order books. Two taxidermy tools, a hole punch and small knife, were separated and placed in Series XXXIII: Artifacts.
1880-1939
Box/Folder
17/12
Fur News Directory
1910-1911
17/12
Notes, brochures, and catalogs, taxidermy
1918 and undated
18/1
Leather notebooks, with business expenses, notes, addresses, and clippings
1880-1909, undated
18/2
Business records
1902-1906
18/3
Financial records
1892-1905
18/4
Financial records
1905-1912
18/5
Financial records
1912-1926
18/6
Financial records
1917-1923
18/7
Financial records
1896-1913 and 1926-1939
19/1
Indexed cards describing taxidermy orders, filed alphabetically and chronologically
1902-1937
Volume
3
Account book
1914-1925
Subseries 7: Scrapbooks
2 items
These scrapbooks contain collections of articles, printed drawings dealing with taxidermy, and western animal species. They also include newspaper clippings about members of the Conrad family, Charles M. Russell, and other prominent Montanans and themes in the state's history. Loose material such as pamphlets and unsecured clippings necessitated separation into acid-free folders.
1874-1949
Volume
1
Scrapbook, H.P. Stanford
1874-1949
2
Scrapbook, H.P. Stanford
1893 and 1896

Series VII:  Alicia D. Stanford Conrad , 1873-1965 Return to Top

17.75 linear feet

A native of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Alicia ("Lettie") Davenport Stanford was born in 1860 and immigrated to Fort Benton with her family in 1879. After her husband, C. E. Conrad, died in 1902, Alicia D. Conrad served as executrix of his estate. An astute businesswoman, she remained involved in the Conrad family businesses until her death June 24, 1923.

The series contains eleven Subseries. Each Subseries is arranged chronologically.
Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: Correspondence
5.0 linear feet plus 2 folders
General Correspondence includes business and personal correspondence. A majority of the letters and telegrams are incoming, though some carbon copies of outgoing correspondence are included. The Subseries also contains indexed letterpress books of Alicia D. Conrad's outgoing mail dated 1902-1918.
1873-1927
Box/Folder
20/1
Incoming personal correspondence
1873-1876
20/2
Incoming personal correspondence
1878-1879
20/3
Incoming personal correspondence
1880-1881
20/4
Incoming personal correspondence
1882-1884
20/5
Incoming personal correspondence
1886
20/6
Incoming personal correspondence
1887
20/7
Incoming personal correspondence
1888
20/8
Incoming personal correspondence
1889
20/9
Incoming personal correspondence
1890-1896
20/10
Incoming personal correspondence
1897
20/11
Incoming personal correspondence
1898
20/12
Incoming personal and business correspondence
1899
20/13
Incoming personal and business correspondence
undated
20/14
Incoming personal and business correspondence
1900
21/1
Incoming personal and business correspondence
1901
21/2
Incoming personal and business correspondence
1902
21/3
Incoming personal and business correspondence
January-February, 1903
21/4
Incoming personal and business correspondence
March-May, 1903
21/5
Incoming personal and business correspondence
June-September, 1903
21/6
Incoming personal and business correspondence
October-December, 1903
21/7
Incoming personal and business correspondence
1904
21/8
Incoming personal and business correspondence, including fabric samples
January-June, 1905
21/9
Incoming personal and business correspondence and outgoing telegrams
July-December, 1905
21/10
Incoming correspondence with Mrs. M.E. Kellogg
1905-1907
21/11
Incoming personal and business correspondence
January-June, 1906
22/1
Incoming personal and business correspondence
July-December, 1906
22/2
Incoming personal and business correspondence
January-July, 1907
22/3
Incoming personal and business correspondence
August-December, 1907
22/4
Incoming personal and business correspondence
January-March, 1908
22/5
Incoming personal and business correspondence
April-December, 1908
22/6
Incoming personal and business correspondence
January-July, 1909
22/7
Incoming personal and business correspondence
August-December, 1909
23/1
Outgoing telegrams
1909-1910
23/2
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
January-June, 1910
23/3
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence, including details about the decor of house in Kalispell
July-December, 1910
23/4
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
January-August, 1911
23/5
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
September-December, 1911
23/6
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
January-June, 1912
23/7
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
July-December, 1912
23/8
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
January-May, 1913
23/9
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
June-December, 1913
24/1
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
January-March, 1914
24/2
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
April-May, 1914
24/3
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
June-August, 1914
24/4
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
September-December, 1914
24/5
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
January-March, 1915
24/6
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
April-December, 1915
25/1
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
January-April, 1916
25/2
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
May-December, 1916
25/3
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
January-April, 1917
25/4
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
May-August, 1917
25/5
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
September-December, 1917
25/6
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
January-May, 1918
25/7
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
June-October, 1918
26/1
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
November-December, 1918
26/2
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
January-April, 1919
26/3
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
May-December, 1919
26/4
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1920
26/5
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1921
26/6
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1922
26/7
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1923
26/8
Incoming personal and business correspondence
1924, 1927
27/1
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
undated
27/2
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
undated
27/3
Cards
undated
27/4
Invitations and programs
1883-1917 and undated
27/5
Calling cards and lists
1911 and undated
28/1
Letter book, Vol. no. 1, outgoing personal business correspondence
1902-1907
28/2
Letter book, Vol. no. 4, outgoing personal business correspondence
1907-1912
29/1
Letter book, Vol. no. 3, outgoing personal business correspondence
1912-1914
29/2
Letter book, Vol. no. 4, outgoing personal business correspondence
1914-1918
Subseries 2: Personal and House Account Financial Records
2.5 linear feet
Financial Records contains check registers, detailed expense books, insurance records books, and personal financial journals. The records deal with Alicia D. Conrad's personal and household expenses. The insurance information also includes detailed accounts of her rental properties.
1885-1925
Box/Folder
29/3
Check register, house account, #1328-1598
November 9, 1894-July 1, 1895
29/4
Check register, house account, #1500-1800
November 7, 1895-October 8, 1896
29/5
Check register, house account, #1801-2093
October 8, 1896-April 28, 1897
30/1
Check register, house account, #2094-2139
May 1, 1897-August 27, 1897
30/2
Check register, house account, #2140-2254
August 27, 1897-March 21, 1898
30/3
Check register, house account, #2254-2451
March 22, 1898-November 16, 1898
30/4
Check register, house account, #2451-2844
November 19, 1898-December 13, 1898
30/5
Check register, house account, #2830-2901
September 6, 1899-November 2, 1899
30/6
Check register, house account, #2902-2984
November 2, 1899-January 4, 1900
30/7
Check register, house account, #2981-3063
January 9, 1900-March 10, 1900
30/8
Check register, house account, #3064-3119
March 17, 1900-May 7, 1900
30/9
Check register, house account, #3120-3409
May 12, 1900-January 19, 1901
30/10
Check register, house account, #3410-3624
January 24, 1901-July 29, 1901
30/11
Check register, house account, #3625-3918
August 1, 1901-June 5, 1902
31/1
Check register, house account, #3919-4199
June 6, 1902-December 22, 1903
31/2
Check register, personal, #4197-4505
January 2, 1903-July 8, 1903
31/3
Check register, personal, #4506-4805
July 10, 1903-January 20, 1904
31/4
Check register, personal, #4800-5096
January 20, 1904-August 2, 1904
31/5
Check register, personal, #5097-5399
August 2, 1904-February 15, 1905
31/6
Check register, personal, #5400-5699
February 19, 1905-July 29, 1905
31/7
Check register, personal, #5700-5999
July 29, 1905-May 14, 1906
31/8
Check register, personal, #6000-6302
May 16, 1906-December 1, 1906
31/9
Check register, personal, #6303-6605
December 1, 1906-April 27, 1907
32/1
Check register, personal, #6606-6920
April 29, 1907-October 14, 1907
32/2
Check register, personal, #6921-7223
1907-1908
32/3
Check register, personal, during illness, #1-75
February 7, 1908-March 13, 1908
32/4
Check register, personal, #7224-7523
April 25, 1908-August 22, 1908
32/5
Check register, personal, #7524-7834
August 22, 1908-December 17, 1908
32/6
Check register, personal, #7835-7935
December 18, 1908-April 3, 1909
32/7
Check register, personal, #7936-8244
April 3, 1909-September 2, 1909
32/8
Check register, personal, #8245-8550
August 27, 1909-December 18, 1909
33/1
Check register, personal, #8551-8850
December 12, 1909-April 23, 1910
33/2
Check register, personal, #8851-9147
April 23, 1910-December 17, 1910
33/3
Check register, personal, #1-135
April 8, 1909-December 21, 1910
33/4
Check register, personal, #9148-9450
December 22, 1910-March 18, 1911
33/5
Check register, personal, #4541-4843
March 20, 1911-July 1, 1911
33/6
Check register, personal, #4844-5180
July 3, 1991-November 9, 1911
33/7
Check register, personal, #5181-5498
November 9, 1911-February 21, 1912
33/8
Check register, personal, #5496-5795
February 23, 1912-May 28, 1912
33/9
Check register, personal, #5796-6092
May 31, 1912-August 31, 1912
34/1
Check register, personal, #6100-6444
September 3, 1912-December 9, 1912
34/2
Check register, personal, #6445-6747
December 9, 1912-March 4, 1913
34/3
Check register, personal, #6748-7047
March 4, 1913-June 6, 1913
34/4
Check register, personal, #7048-7364
June 6, 1913-September 4, 1913
34/5
Check register, personal, #7365-7662
September 6, 1913-November 29, 1913
34/6
Check register, personal, #7659-7982
December 2, 1913-February 9, 1914
34/7
Check register, personal, #7983-8281
February 11, 1914-April 30, 1914
34/8
Check register, personal, #8282-8573
April 30, 1914-June 20, 1914
35/1
Check register, personal, #8574-8871
June 20, 1914-September 2, 1914
35/2
Check register, personal, #8872-9173
September 4, 1914-November 14, 1914
35/3
Check register, personal, #9174-9475
November 14, 1914-January 23, 1915
35/4
Check register, personal, #9476-9960
January 23, 1915-April 19, 1915
35/5
Check register, personal, #9961-10243
April 21, 1915-August 2, 1915
35/6
Check register, personal, #10244-10519
August 2, 1915-November 13, 1915
35/7
Check register, personal, #10520-10802
November 13, 1915-July 3, 1916
35/8
Check register, personal, #10803-11062
July 2, 1916-December 2, 1916
36/1
Check register, personal, #11063-10347
December 2, 1916-April 9, 1917
36/2
Check register, personal, #10348-10635
April 9, 1917-September 15, 1917
36/3
Check register, personal, #10636-10918
September 18, 1917-March 22, 1918
36/4
Check register, personal, #10919-11205
March 30, 1918-November 29-1918
36/5
Check register, personal, #11206-12487
November 29, 1918-August 6, 1919
36/6
Check register, personal, #12488-12759
August 6, 1919-May 1, 1920
36/7
Check register, personal, #12760-13046
May 1, 1920-January 29, 1921
37/1
Check register, personal, #13047-13340
February 1, 1921-October 31, 1921
37/2
Check register, personal, #13341-13634
November 1, 1921-December 31, 1922
37/3
Check register, personal, #13635-13789
December 2, 1922-January 28, 1925
37/4
Expense book, personal
1907-1910
37/5
Expense book, personal
1911-1914
37/6
Expense book, personal
1914-1917
37/7
Insurance ledger, personal
1904-1911
37/8
Insurance ledger, personal
1911-1915
38/1
Expense journal, personal
1917-1922
38/2
Expense ledger, personal, Minneapolis apartment
1917-1919
38/3
Expense ledger, personal properties
1909-1925
38/4
Rent collections, personal
1911-1928
39/1
Tax statements, all accounts
1901-1915
39/2
Building bids, statements and estimates
1900-1910
39/3
Financial statements
1915-1925
39/4
Insurance records
1896-1909
39/5
Stock certificates
1910-1915
39/6
Real estate and tax assessments
1915-1918
39/7
Receipts, personal
1885-1889
39/8
Receipts and account statements, personal
1896-1914
39/9
Receipts and Inventories
1912-1924
Volume
5
A.D. Conrad financial accounts
1909-1910
6
A.D. Conrad mortgage accounts and loan register
1909-1923
7
A.D. Conrad financial ledger and correspondence
1911-1916
8
A.D. Conrad invoice book
1917-1923
Subseries 3: Legal Documents
8 folders
Legal Documents include deeds, bill of sales, contracts, agreements, and household documents.
1890-1923
Box/Folder
40/1
Deeds and bills of sale
1890-1899
40/2
Deeds, bills of sale, and abstract of title
1900-1908
40/3
Building contracts
January-April, 1909
40/4
Contracts and leases
May-December, 1909
40/5
Legal documents
1910-1912
40/6
Legal documents
1913-1917
40/7
Legal documents
1918-1923
40/8
Household documents, including detailed description of Conrad Mansion in Kalispell, Montana
undated
Subseries 4: Speeches and Writings
2 folders
Speeches and Writings contains various undated notes and the eulogies to Alicia D. Conrad.
1923
Box/Folder
40/9
Various copied written materials
undated
40/10
Eulogies to Alicia D. Conrad
1923
Subseries 5: Address and Guest Books
2 folders
Address and Guest Books consists of a guest book, a guest book/gift register, hotel register from The West Hotel, and an address book.
1896, 1914
Box/Folder
41/1
Guest book
1914
41/2
Guest book/gift register, and address book
May 21, 1914, and undated
box-volume
247 OS/9
The West Hotel guest register
1896
Subseries 6: Guardian
0.5 linear feet and 5 folders
This subseries contains financial records regarding expenses for her children after her husband's death.
1903-1917
Box/Folder
41/3
Check register, guardian, #1-299
1903-1908
41/4
Check register, guardian, #300-607
1908-1911
41/5
Check register, guardian, #610-695
1911-1912
41/6
Check register, guardian, #696-794
1912-1913
41/7
Accounts ledger for Catherine Conrad
1903-1909
42/1
Bound receipts for Alicia Conrad's (daughter) expenses
1903-1917
42/2
Report showing payments made by A.D. Conrad, guardian of the person and estate of Alicia Conrad (daughter)
1903-1913
Subseries 7: Conrad Memorial Cemetery
0.5 linear feet
Includes documents pertaining to the establishment and upkeep of the Conrad Memorial Cemetery in Kalispell, Montana.
1903-1965
Box/Folder
43/1
Incoming correspondence
1903-1906
43/2
Incoming correspondence
1907-1924
43/3
Financial records
1903-1924
43/4
Legal documents
1905, 1965
43/5
Minutes, Conrad Cemetery Association
1905, 1907, 1926
Subseries 8: Ranch
0.5 linear feet
This subseries consists of financial records regarding the Conrad's ranch near Kalispell, Montana.
1905-1916
Box/Folder
44/1
Check register, #1-1398
1905-1907
44/2
Check register, #399-600
1907-1908
44/3
Check register, #601-991
1908-1910
44/4
Ledger of items at auction sale
June 14 and 15, 1916
44/5
Time book
1914-1916
Mapdrawer
OS
Plat map showing lands owned by Alicia D. Conrad
1914
Subseries 9: Red Cross
5 folders
This subseries pertains to Alicia D. Conrad's participation in the Kalispell Chapter of the American Red Cross. Mrs. Conrad acted as chairman from 1917-1919. The items include incoming and outgoing correspondence, financial records, membership reports, and instructions.
1917-1919
Box/Folder
45/1
Incoming and outgoing correspondence
1917-1918
45/2
Incoming and outgoing correspondence
September 1918-1919
45/3
Financial Records
1917-1919
45/4
Membership reports
1918 and undated
45/5
Reports and instructions
1917-1919
Subseries 10: Trustee
1.5 linear feet and 3 folders
This subseries contains financial records of the properties administered by Alicia D. Conrad as trustee for her children. It also contains one financial journal detailing account and inventory records.
1889-1939
Box/Folder
45/6
Check register, #131-1167
1910-1911
45/7
Check register, #1167-1469
1911-1912
45/8
Check register, #1470-1891
1912-1913
Volume
4
A.D. Conrad Trustees: financial material and correspondence
1901-1939
Box/Folder
46/1
Check register, #1892-2785
1913-1914
46/2
Check register, #2786-3170
1914-1915
46/3
Check register, #3171-3308
1916
46/4
Check register, #3309-3492
1916-1922
46/5
Expense journal for trustee properties
1898-1905
46/6
Expense journal for trustee properties
1905-1912
47/1
Expense journal for trustee properties
1912-1914
47/2
Expense journal for trustee properties
1914-1920
47/3
Ledger showing expenses for trustee properties
Also includes French lessons in beginning of book
1892-1899
47/4
Ledger showing expenses for trustee properties
1904-1916
48/1
Rent ledger for trustee properties, including unidentified ledger
1889, 1902-1909
48/2
Trustee properties account book
1914-1919
48/3
Financial statements regarding trustee properties
1894-1917
48/4
Trial balance of trustee properties
1907-1919
48/5
Financial statement and inventory of trustee properties
1912, 1916
Subseries 11: Women's Auxiliary and Women's Guild
1 folder
Includes financial records of the Women's Auxiliary and Women's Guild in Kalispell, Montana.
1893-1908
Box/Folder
48/6
Bankbooks and financial statements
1893-1908

Series VIII:  Alicia Conrad Campbell , 1893-1965 Return to Top

3.5 linear feet

Alicia Conrad McCutcheon Campbell was born June 21, 1892 to Charles E. and Alicia D. Conrad. The series contains correspondence, financial records, legal documents, reports, and speeches and writings, and school records.

The series contains six Subseries, arranged chronologically.
Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: Correspondence
2.5 linear feet
Correspondence includes both incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence.
1898-1961
Box/Folder
49/1
Incoming personal correspondence
1898-1902
49/2
Incoming personal correspondence
1903-1907, 1917-1918
49/3
Incoming personal correspondence
1908-1912
49/4
Incoming personal correspondence
1913
49/5
Incoming personal correspondence
1914
49/6
Incoming personal correspondence
1915-1916
49/7
Incoming personal correspondence
1916
49/8
Incoming personal correspondence
1917-1918
49/9
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1918
50/1
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1919
50/2
Incoming personal correspondence
1920
50/3
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1921
50/4
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1922
50/5
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1923
50/6
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1924
50/7
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1925
50/8
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1926
51/1
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
January-May, 1927
51/2
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
June-December, 1927
51/3
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1928
51/4
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1928 and undated
51/5
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1929
51/6
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1930
51/7
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
January-October, 1931
51/8
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
November-December, 1931
51/9
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
January-September, 1932
52/1
Incoming personal correspondence
1932 and undated
52/2
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1933
52/3
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1934
52/4
Incoming personal correspondence
1935
52/5
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1936
52/6
Incoming personal correspondence
1937
52/7
Incoming personal correspondence
1938
52/8
Incoming personal correspondence
1939
52/9
Incoming personal correspondence
1940
52/10
Incoming personal correspondence
1941
52/11
Incoming personal correspondence
1942
52/12
Incoming personal correspondence
1943
52/13
Incoming personal correspondence
1944
52/14
Incoming personal correspondence
1945
52/15
Incoming personal correspondence
1946
52/16
Incoming personal correspondence
1947
52/17
Incoming personal correspondence
1948
52/18
Incoming personal correspondence
1949
52/19
Incoming personal correspondence
1950
52/20
Incoming personal correspondence
1951
52/21
Incoming personal correspondence
1952
52/22
Incoming personal correspondence
1953
52/23
Incoming personal correspondence
1954
52/24
Incoming personal correspondence
1955
52/25
Incoming personal correspondence
1956
52/26
Incoming personal correspondence
1957
53/1
Incoming and outgoing business and personal correspondence
1958
53/2
Incoming personal correspondence
1959
53/3
Incoming personal correspondence
1960
53/4
Incoming personal correspondence
1961
53/5
Incoming personal correspondence
undated
53/6
Incoming personal correspondence
undated
53/7
Incoming personal correspondence
undated
Subseries 2: Financial Records and Legal Documents
1.0 linear foot
Financial and Legal Records contain check registers, financial statements, including mortgage and loan records, and legal documents for Alicia Conrad Campbell.
1913-1965
Box/Folder
53/8
Bills of Sale
undated
53/9
Check register, #1-244
1913-1915
53/10
Check register, #225-677
1915-1916
53/11
Check register, #678-903
1916-1918
53/12
Check register, #904-2083
1918-1922
53/13
Check register, #2084-2157
1922-1924
54/1
Check registers, #2318-2412
1925-1929
54/2
Check register, #4000-4071, and unnumbered
1930-1931
54/3
Check register, unnumbered
1931
54/4
Check register, unnumbered
1932
54/5
Financial records, including summary statements
1914-1925
54/6
Financial records, including summary statements
1926-1933
54/7
Tax receipts and assessments
1914-1932
54/8
Insurance policies and settlement lists
1922-1962
54/9
Legal documents
1918-1924
55/1
Legal Documents
1927-1965
box-volume
247 OS/10
Alicia Conrad financial ledger
1913-1923
Subseries 3: Reports and Writings
2 folders
Reports and Writings consists of a stockholders report and several poems written by Alicia Conrad Campbell.
1904-1906, 1923
Box/Folder
55/2
Reports, stockholder meetings
1923
55/3
Poems by Alicia Conrad Campbell
1904-1906
Subseries 4: School Records
1 folder
School Records consists of report cards, a penmanship workbook, and a dance card from a Junior prom, dated May 24, 1912.
1902-1912
Box/Folder
55/4
School records
1902-1912
Subseries 5: Baptismal and Wedding Records
1 folder
Baptismal and Wedding Records includes Alicia Conrad Campbell's baptismal certificate, Marriage certificate (to Walter McCutcheon), and a list of wedding gifts received.
1893, 1914
Box/Folder
55/5
Baptismal and wedding records
1893, 1914
Subseries 6: Address and Autograph Books
1 folder
This subseries contains one undated address book and an autograph book with a few pages of names, good wishes, and addresses on them. It also contains an undated scrapbook with various memorabilia.
undated
Box/Folder
55/6
Address book and autograph book for Alicia Conrad Campbell
undated
box-volume
247OS/11
Alicia Conrad, scrapbook
undated

Series IX:  Charles D. Conrad , 1901-1936 Return to Top

3.25 linear feet

Charles Davenport "Charlie" Conrad, the son of Charles E. and Alicia D. Conrad was born September 29, 1882 at Fort Benton, Montana. He attended grade school in Kalispell and then left to attend the St. John's Military Academy in Manlius, NY. He spent his high school years at the prestigious Phillips Exeter Academy in Andover, MA. Upon graduation from Exeter he returned to Kalispell. On March 12, 1907 he married Kokoa Baldwin, the daughter of a prominent Kalispell businessman; they had two children, William (Billy) and Kokoa. The couple divorced in 1915, and Kokoa and the children moved to Los Angeles, California. Charles took over several of his father's business interests, including the presidency of the C. E. Conrad's estate. He remarried on July 14, 1919 to Agnes Hannaman and the couple resided in Montana. Charles D. Conrad died on February 9, 1941.

The series contains three Subseries, each arranged chronologically.
Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: Correspondence
2 linear feet
Correspondence includes both incoming and outgoing correspondence, primarily of a business orientation.
1903-1936 and undated
Box/Folder
56/1
Incoming business correspondence, the Brittania Copper Syndicate
1903
56/2
Incoming business correspondence
1904
56/3
Incoming personal and business correspondence
1905
56/4
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1906
56/5
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1907
56/6
Incoming and outgoing business correspondence
1908
56/7
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1909
56/8
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
January-May, 1910
56/9
Incoming and outgoing business correspondence
June-August, 1910
56/10
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
September 1910
56/11
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
October-December, 1910
56/12
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
January-July, 1911
56/13
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
August-December, 1911
56/14
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1912
56/15
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1913
56/16
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1914
57/1
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1915
57/2
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
January-July, 1916
57/3
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
August-December, 1916
57/4
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1917
57/5
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
January-May, 1918
57/6
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
June-December, 1918
58/1
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
January-April, 1919
58/2
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
May-July, 1919
58/3
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
August-December, 1919
58/4
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
January-April, 1920
58/5
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
May-December, 1920
58/6
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1921
58/7
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1922
58/8
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1923
59/1
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1925
59/2
Incoming and outgoing business correspondence
1926
59/3
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1927
59/4
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1928
59/5
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1929
59/6
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1930
59/7
Incoming and outgoing business correspondence
1931
59/8
Incoming and outgoing business correspondence
1932
59/9
Incoming and outgoing business correspondence
1933
59/10
Incoming and outgoing business correspondence
1934
59/11
Incoming and outgoing business correspondence
1935
59/12
Incoming and outgoing business correspondence
1936
59/13
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
undated
59/14
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
undated
Subseries 2: Financial Records and Legal Documents
1 linear feet
Financial Records and Legal Documents consists of check registers, bankbooks, abstracts of title, deeds, certificates, affidavits and decrees. Much of the material deals with Charles D. and Kokoa Conrad's divorce and custody issues.
1901-1934 and undated
Box/Folder
60/1
Check registers
1901-1903
60/3
Check register, #1-367
1904-1907
60/4
Check register, #368-771
1907-1908
60/5
Check register, #978-1394
1909-1910
60/6
Check register, #1395-1612
1910-1911
60/7
Tax assessments
1915-1934
60/8
Financial records
1908-1934
61/1
Bankbooks, personal
1910
61/2
Abstracts of title
1914, 1921
61/3
Legal documents
1908-1911 and undated
61/4
Affidavits pertaining to Charles D. and Kokoa Baldwin's divorce
1915
61/5
Legal documents
1916
61/6
Legal documents
1917-1918
61/7
Legal documents
1919
61/8
Legal documents
1920, 1934
61/9
Legal documents
1911 and undated
Subseries 3: Charles D. Conrad/Logging
0.5 linear feet
Contains correspondence, financial records, and legal documents pertaining to Charles D. Conrad's logging interests.
1929-1932
Box/Folder
62/1
Incoming and outgoing correspondence
1929
62/2
Incoming and outgoing correspondence
1930
62/3
Incoming and outgoing correspondence
1932
62/4
Memorandum
1932
62/5
Financial records
1929-1930
62/6
Financial records
1931-1932
62/7
Legal Documents
1929

Series X:  Catherine Conrad Van Duzer , 1897-1934 and undatedReturn to Top

0.25 linear feet

Born in 1885 in Fort Benton, Montana Territory, Catherine ("Kate" or "Bertie") Conrad Van Duzer was the second child of Charles E. Conrad and Alicia D. Conrad. She attended grade school in Kalispell and then enrolled at the Hills Academy in Spokane, Washington. She finished her schooling at the Delafield-Colvin Finishing School in Boston. In 1908, she married Egbert "Bertie" Van Duzer, an employee of the Missoula Mercantile Company. Catherine resided in Kalispell with her husband until her death in 1935.

The series is divided into four subseries.
Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: Correspondence
2 folders
Correspondence includes incoming and outgoing business correspondence.
1897-1929
Box/Folder
63/1
Incoming personal and business correspondence
1897-1908
63/2
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1912-1929
Subseries 2: Financial Records and Legal Documents
4 folders
Financial Records and Legal Records includes check registers, and various legal documents.
1904-1934
Box/Folder
63/3
Financial statements
1915-1934
63/4
Check register, #1-166
1904-1907
63/5
Receipts
1904-1907
63/6
Legal documents
1916-1928
Subseries 3: Writings
1 folder
Writings contains the personal writings of Catherine and a travel journal from Alicia D. Conrad.
1899 and undated
Box/Folder
63/7
Rip Van Winkle, copied by Catherine Conrad, 1899, and Stuttgart and Heidelberg (travel journal), copied by Alicia D. Conrad for Catherine Conrad
undated
Subseries 4: School Records
2 folders
This subseries contains various composition books and school related material concerning Catherine.
1901-1911
Box/Folder
63/8
Composition books
1901, 1911
63/9
Report cards and certificates
1901-1904

Series XI:  Walter McCutcheon , 1914-1922 Return to Top

0.5 linear feet

In 1914, Walter Montgomery “Wally” McCutcheon married Alicia Conrad [later Alicia Conrad Campbell from 1928 to 1981]; and in 1921 became the father of their only child, Alicia Ann “Timmie” [later Alicia Ann Campbell, then Alicia Byers, and then Alicia Campbell Vick.] The McCutcheon couple divorced in 1923.

The series contains two Subseries.
Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: Correspondence
5 folders
Correspondence consists mainly of incoming business letters regarding McCutcheon's ranching business. A few outgoing letters and incoming personal letters are also present.
1914-1922
Box/Folder
64/1
Incoming personal and business correspondence
1914-1916
64/2
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1917
64/3
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1918-1920
64/4
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1921
64/5
Incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence
1922
Subseries 2: Financial Records and Legal Documents
3 folders
Financial Records and Legal Documents contains receipts, lists of assets and indebtedness, bankbooks, and check registers. The Subseries also includes hunting licenses, certificates, insurance policies, court documents, and affidavits.
1916-1922
Box/Folder
64/6
Receipts, lists of assets and indebtedness
1916-1922
64/7
Bank books, and check registers
1920-1922 and undated
64/8
Hunting licenses, certificates, insurance policies, court documents, and affidavits
1916-1921

Series XII:   Conrad Mansion , 1895-1920 Return to Top

1.0 linear feet

C.E. Conrad hired the noted architect, Kirtland "Kirt" Cutter to design his home in Kalispell. Construction on the mansion began in 1892 and was completed in 1895. The home rests on seventy-two acres and consists of three stories with twenty-six rooms, including a library and a music room. Cutter also designed the landscaping around the mansion. The Conrad family lived in the home until 1928 when Alicia Conrad McCutcheon married George Campbell and moved to Great Falls, leaving the home unoccupied. It remained vacant from 1928 until 1933, when Alicia and her husband George returned to Kalispell and resumed residence there. In 1975 Alicia Conrad Campbell donated the mansion to the city of Kalispell and assisted in restoration work to restore it to its original grandeur. In 1976 the Conrad Mansion National Historic Site Museum officially opened to the public.

The series consists of receipts pertaining to the construction, upkeep, and furnishing of the Conrad mansion along with a book listing the furnishings of the house and a shelf list for the library. It includes the daily time reports for employees; the daily chores, who completed them, and how long each task took. It also includes an undated architectural rendering by E. L. Fiske.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
65/1
Receipts
June 1895-1896
65/2
Receipts, home furnishings
1896
65/3
Receipts, home furnishings
1896
65/4
Receipts, home furnishings
1896-1898
65/5
Receipts
January, 1903-October, 1904
65/6
Receipts
January, 1905-December, 1919 and undated
65/7
List of books contained in library, undated, and list of house wares loaned, 1915
mapcabinet
Architectural rendering by E.L. Fiske
undated
Box/Folder
223OS/1
Employee time reports/ payroll
1914
223OS/2
Employee time reports/ payroll
1914-1915
223OS/3
Inventory and repair list
ca. 1920

Series XIII:  Buffalo Block , 1907-1922 Return to Top

0.75 linear feet

The "Buffalo Block" was a grand, two-story brick store and office building situated at the northwest corner of the intersection of Main and Third streets in downtown Kalispell, Montana. Alicia commissioned the building through the C. E. Conrad Estate in 1910 and hired architect A. J. Gibson to design it. Funds generated by the sale of buffalo on the Conrad's ranch provided the majority of the money for the construction. To honor the buildings beneficiaries Alicia decided on the name Buffalo Block. In 1922, the C. E. Conrad Estate sold the building to Mr. W. G. Elliot. Elliot owned the building until a fire destroyed it in 1976.

The series is divided into two Subseries.
Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: Correspondence
2 folders
Correspondence contains incoming and outgoing letters regarding the construction, upkeep, rent, and sale of the Buffalo Building.
1910-1922
Box/Folder
66/1
Incoming and outgoing correspondence
1910-1922
66/2
Outgoing correspondence from managers of the Buffalo Block, L. Tansel and E.D. Dickey, Rent letters
1911-1922
Subseries 2: Financial Records and Legal Documents
4 folders
This subseries contains check registers for the C.E. Conrad Estate's "Buffalo Block" account, bankbooks, and detailed expense reports. The Subseries also includes bids and contracts to construct and remodel the building.
1907-1922
Box/Folder
66/3
Check register, #1-288
1907-1911
66/4
Check register, #289-673
1910-1912
66/5
Check register, #674-1097
1912-1915
66/6
Check register, #1089-1494
1915-1917
67/1
Check register, #1495-1902
1918-1921
67/2
Check register
1903-2100, 1921-1922
67/3
Financial records, banks books and expense reports
1912-1922 and undated
67/4
Legal documents
1910-1920 and undated

Series XIV:  A.D. Conrad Building , 1909-1922Return to Top

0.5 linear ft

Acting as executrix of her late husband C.E. Conrad’s Estate, Mrs. Alicia Davenport Conrad commissioned construction of the A.D. Conrad Building in 1910, and hired A.J Gibson as its architect. Situated at block 209 on Kalispell’s Main Street adjoining the “Buffalo Block,” the foundations for both buildings were contracted together. This series contains that contract as well as an outgoing business correspondence book, time books, earnings statements, and a small quantity of legal documentation.

This series contains outgoing business correspondence along with time books and earning statements. The series also contains a small amount of legal documentation.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
68/1
Outgoing correspondence from managers of the A.D. Conrad Building, L. Tansel and E.D. Dickey, Rent letters
1909-1922
68/2
Financial records, Time Book, 1910, and Earning Statement
1910-1918
68/3
Legal documents, contract for foundation
1910

Series XV:  Conrad-Beebe Company , 1913-1963Return to Top

0.5 linear feet
Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: Conrad-Beebe Company Records
This subseries contains income tax documents for the company.
1913-1963
Box/Folder
214OS/1
Income tax documents
1913-1963
Subseries 2: Montana Corporation
This subseries contains general tax records for the business.
1916-1949
Box/Folder
214OS/2
Tax documents
1916-1949

Series XVI:  Conrad Brothers Corporation, 1891-1925 Return to Top

3.25 linear feet

W. G. and C. E. Conrad created the Conrad Brothers Corporation to manage their business interests. The brothers jointly ran the corporation until C. E.'s death in 1902, after which William assumed full control. William managed the company until his death in 1914, whereupon Alicia's brother James T. Stanford and George H. Stanton, a businessman from Great Falls assisted Alicia until the company's liquidation in 1920.

The bulk of this series consists of business documentation. Incoming and outgoing business correspondence, along with financial documents such as ledgers, check registers, tax documents, and various other financial papers are included. The series also houses legal records such as, agreements, indentures, and contracts relative to the Conrad Brothers business holdings. A very small portion of this series contains various records relating to the Conrad Brothers cattle brands.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
69/1
Incoming business correspondence
1892-1909
69/2
Incoming business correspondence
1910
69/3
Incoming business correspondence
1910
69/4
Incoming and outgoing business correspondence
1912-1913
69/5
Incoming and outgoing business correspondence
1914-1925
69/6
Check Register
1920-1925
69/7
Financial Ledger
1915-1922
70/1
Financial Journal
1914-1922
70/2
Tax documents and general financial concerns
1902-1922
70/3
Agreements and indentures
1893-1916
70/4
Queen Town Ranch
1911
70/5
Property maps
undated
70/6
Kipp Railroad Line-clippings and contracts
1913-1914
70/7
Alberta Railway and Coal Company financial records
undated
70/8
C.E. Conrad personal accounts
1891
70/9
Branding documents
1912

Series XVII:  Conrad Corporation , 1919-1940Return to Top

0.75 linear feet

This series consists of incoming and outgoing business correspondence; the majority directed to J.H. Edwards and G. Harfield Conrad (one of William G. Conrad’s two sons.)

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
71/1
Business correspondence, Harfield Conrad
1919
71/2
Business correspondence, Harfield Conrad
1920
71/3
Business correspondence, J.H. Edwards
1920-1923
71/4
Business correspondence, Harfield Conrad
1921
71/5
Business correspondence, Harfield Conrad
1922
71/6
Business correspondence, Harfield Conrad
1923
71/7
Business correspondence, J.H. Edwards/Harfield Conrad
1924-1928
71/8
Business correspondence, Harfield Conrad
1927-1928
72/1
Business correspondence, Harfield Conrad
1929
72/2
Business correspondence-property concerns
1930-1932
72/3
Business correspondence
1934-1935
72/4
Business correspondence-property concerns
1928-1940

Series XVIII:  Conrad Holding Company , 1921-1968Return to Top

1 linear feet

This series houses documents relating to the Conrad Holding Company. Incoming and outgoing business correspondence comprise the bulk of the material but financial records including stock ledgers, annual reports, and tax records are included. A small portion also contains various legal records.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
73/1
Business correspondence
1921-1923
73/2
Business correspondence
1924-1928
73/3
Business correspondence
1929-1931
73/4
Business correspondence
1933-1936
73/5
Cash statement
1925-1935
73/6
Financial ledger
1922-1938
73/7
Stock ledger
1922-1930
74/1
Return of capital stock
1923-1941
74/2
Federal income tax
1926-1949
74/3
State taxes
1926-1949
74/4
Tax and financial documents
1921-1937
74/5
Legal documents
1939-1968
74/6
Articles of incorporation and minutes
1922-1934
74/7
Annual Reports
1923-1940
74/8
Clippings
1968

Series XIX:  Conrad Investment Company , 1896-1929Return to Top

0.5 linear feet

In 1886 the Conrad brothers purchased eleven blocks of land in present-day Ponderea County. This initial investment developed into the backbone of the Conrad Investment Company, focused on land development. In 1909 the company directed an ambitious irrigation project, which developed into the largest such undertaking of its time.

The mass of this series pertains to financial matter, including journals, incoming and outgoing correspondence, assessments, and articles of incorporation. The series also contains a small amount of documentation relating to land holdings by the company.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
75/1
Business correspondence
1920-1929
75/2
Financial Journal
1908-1909
75/3
Financial Journal
1909-1914
75/4
Financial Journal
1914-1916
75/5
Financial Ledger
1908-1914
75/6
Financial Ledger
1915
75/7
Financial documents: tax, trial balance, and assessment list
1902-1929
75/8
Land documents
1896-1920
75/9
Articles of incorporation
1898

Series XX:  Conrad National Bank , 1892-1934 Return to Top

0.5 linear feet

In 1880 the Conrad brothers founded their first bank at Fort Benton, Montana Territory: the Conrad National Bank. As they anticipated there was a need for financial institutions in the newly developing west. The bank prospered and the brothers opened branches in Great Falls, Helena, and Kalispell. In 1940 the C. E. Conrad Estate sold the bank to a group of Kalispell businessmen headed by J. G. Edmiston.

The series primarily contains financial records and transactions of the bank and its branches. It also has a substantial amount of both incoming and outgoing correspondence and assets statements. Land documentation concerning mortgages, indentures, and deeds, along with legal records of the bank are also present. A few items of memorabilia, such as advertisement cards and a change wallet are also included.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
76/1
Business correspondence
1892-1911
76/2
Business correspondence
1913-1916
76/3
Business correspondence
1917-1931
76/4
Condition Statement
1902-1931
76/5
C.S. Roberts Jewelry assets
1917-1928
76/6
Financial documents
1895-1934
76/7
Land documents
1897-1930
76/8
Indentures, deeds, mortgages
1897-1930
76/9
Legal records
1916-1930
76/10
Checkbooks
undated
76/11
Conrad Bank memorabilia
undated

Series XXI:  Conrad Price Cattle Company, 1890-1923Return to Top

1 linear foot

The Conrad brothers co-owned this company with their brother-in-law, their sister Molly's husband, Charles Price. The items in this series primarily consist of financial material. They include incoming and outgoing business correspondence, stock ledgers, cash statements, and tax related documents. The series also holds minutes from company meetings, and clippings relative to the cattle company.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
77/1
Business correspondence
March 1911-December 1919
77/2
Business correspondence
January 1920-July 1920
77/3
Business correspondence
January 1921-November 1923
77/4
Annual Statement
1910-1922
77/5
Cash book
1904-1913
77/6
Financial journal
1904-1922
77/7
Financial ledger
1904-1914
78/1
Federal Income taxes
1917-1923
78/2
Montana Corporation taxes and License
1919
78/3
Trial balance
1892-1898
78/4
Financial documents
November 1895-May 1923
78/5
Legal documents
November 1895-May 1923
78/6
Minutes
1890-1923
78/7
Articles of Incorporation, 1893 and Capital Stock, 1895

Series XXII:  Conrad Townsite Company, 1908-1936 Return to Top

1.0 linear foot

The Conrad Townsite Company dealt with the sale and leasing of real estate. Business correspondence comprises the largest portion of this series. It also contains annual statements; check registers, ledgers and journals, along with a small amount of documentation relating to legal matters.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
79/1
Business correspondence
1913-1921
79/2
Business correspondence
1922
79/3
Business correspondence
1923
79/4
Business correspondence
1924
79/5
Business correspondence
1925
79/6
Business correspondence
1926
80/1
Business correspondence
1927-1929
80/2
Interoffice correspondence
undated
80/3
Annual statements
1922-1927
80/4
Check register
1925-1927
80/5
Financial journal
1909-1927
80/6
Financial ledger
1909-1913
80/7
Financial statements
1914-1926
80/8
Trial balance
1910-1927
80/9
Financial documents
1913-1936
80/10
Legal documents
1908-1927
80/11
Minutes
1921-1927
80/12
Meeting notices
1915-1921

Series XXIII:  Conrad City Water Company , 1900-1937Return to Top

0.25 linear feet

This series primarily contains incoming and outgoing business correspondence. It also has a variety of financial records, legal documents, and various internal records.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
81/1
Business correspondence
1900-1936
81/2
Annual statements
1919-1936
81/3
Capital stock tax
1934-1936
81/4
Check register
1903-1936
81/5
Property tax assessment
1928-1937

Series XXIV:  Kalispell Townsite Company , 1891-1937 Return to Top

1.0 linear foot

In 1890 C. E. Conrad and a group of investors including A. A. White, J. B. Conner, S. G. Comstock, and W. R. Clough launched this company to found the city of Kalispell. The company chose the site for Kalispell based on the expected route of the Great Northern Railway, which arrived in Kalispell in 1891.

The series contains financial documents. It also has a small amount of incoming, outgoing, and internal business correspondence along with the company's tax records.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
82/1
Business correspondence
1900-1936
82/2
Annual statement
1919-1936
82/3
Capitol stock tax
1934-1936
82/4
Check register
1903-1936
82/5
Property tax assessment
1928-1937
82/6
Financial statements
1894-1904
82/7
Financial statements
1904-1905
82/8
Financial statements
1906-1908
82/9
Financial statements
1909-1912
83/1
Financial statements
1913-1936
83/2
Financial statements/ financial conditions
1920-1934
83/3
Corporate Income Tax
1927-1935
83/4
Montana Corporate tax and license
1912-1936
83/5
Financial records
1912-1936
83/6
Legal documents
1891-1921
83/7
Legal documents
1891-1937
83/8
Kalispell Townsite Company map
undated
83/9
Minutes
1903-1927
83/10
Organization documents
1911-1916

Series XXV:  Kalispell Corporation , 1911-1941Return to Top

1.5 linear feet

The bulk of this series is incoming and outgoing business correspondence. The series contains finance statements, tax records, check registers, along with legal documents, and internal documentation, such as minutes and organizational. A small number of legal papers concerning land holdings in the Spokane, Washington, area are present as well.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
84/1
Business correspondence
1918-1921
84/2
Business correspondence
1922
84/3
Business correspondence
1922
84/4
Business correspondence
1923
84/5
Business correspondence
1923
84/6
Business correspondence
1923
84/7
Business correspondence
1924
84/8
Business correspondence
1925
85/1
Business correspondence
1926
85/2
Business correspondence
1926
85/3
Business correspondence
1926
85/4
Business correspondence
1926
86/1
Business correspondence
1933
86/2
Business correspondence
1934
86/3
Business correspondence
1935
86/4
Business correspondence
1936-1937
86/5
Business correspondence
1938-1940
86/6
Annual statement
1920-1924
86/7
Capital stock tax
1920-1938
86/8
Financial records
1921-1937
86/9
Legal documents
1911-1933
86/10
Minutes
1917-1933
86/11
Organization
1922-1923
86/12
Annual reports, county
1921-1927
86/13
Annual reports, state
1928-1939, 1941
86/14
Land holdings-Spokane, Washington
1930-1932

Series XXVI:  Montana and Idaho Investment Company , 1910-1947Return to Top

4.25 linear feet

Created by Alicia D. Conrad, this company bought bad loans accumulated by the Conrad National Bank under the direction of her son Charles D. Conrad; thus sparing the bank from the financial losses caused by Charles.

The majority of the papers relate to financial concerns of the bank, including tax records, payroll documents and financial ledgers. The series also contains incoming and outgoing business correspondence concerning the company as well as, a small amount of documents dealing with legal matters.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
87/1
Business correspondence
1913-1919
87/2
Business correspondence
1920-1921
87/3
Business correspondence
1922-1923
87/4
Business correspondence
1923
87/5
Business correspondence
1924-1926
87/6
Business correspondence
1924-1931
87/7
Business correspondence
1928-1929
87/8
Business correspondence
1930-1939
88/1
Business correspondence
1940-1947
88/2
Balance sheets and cash statements
1917-1939
88/3
Checkbook
1917-1920 (#306-613)
88/4
Checkbook
1920-1923 (#614-912)
88/5
Checkbook
1923-1927 (#913-1239)
88/6
Checkbook
1927-1932 (#1240-1541)
88/7
Checkbook
1932-1943 (#1542-1666)
88/8
Financial journal
1933-1939
89/1
Financial ledger
1914-1938
89/2
Jessup Mill Accounts
1912-1919
89/3
Insurance records
1922-1931
89/4
Tax assessment list
1915-1940
89/5
Tax and capital stock records
1919-1942
89/6
Financial records
1910-1925
89/7
Financial records
1926-1939
89/8
Legal documents
1915-1923
89/9
Legal documents
1924-1929
90/1
Legal documents
1930-1939
90/2
Legal documents
1940-1941
90/3
Minutes
1914-1934
90/4
Organization
1914-1934
90/5
Annual reports
1919-1943
90/6
Financial reports
1912-1926
215OS/1
Income tax
1930-1939
215OS/2
Corporation license tax
1917-1947
215OS/3
Payroll
1917

Series XXVII:  Financial Records of Conrad Brothers, Kalispell Corporation, and the Montana Corporation , 1893-1938Return to Top

2 linear feet

This series contains oversize records concerning the Conrad Brothers Corporation, the Kalispell Corporation, and the Montana Corporation. These records include income tax records dating from 1917 through 1938 for all three corporations as well as income tax and license tax documents for the Montana Corporation and trial balance records dating from 1893-1913 for the Kalispell Corporation.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
216OS/1
Income tax records
1917-1938
216OS/2
Montana Corporation License Tax
1917-1938
216OS/3
Trial balance records
1893-1903
216OS/4
Trial balance records
1904-1908
216OS/5
Trial balance records
1909-1911
216OS/6
Trial balance records
1912-1913

Series XXVIII:  Queen Mining and Milling Company , 1882-1963 Return to Top

6.0 linear feet

The Queen Mining and Milling Company represents one of the many prosperous Conrad brothers mining interests. The papers for the company include incoming and outgoing business correspondence along with numerous financial documents. Some of the most prominent of these include insurance records, trial balance documents, tax records, and check registers. This series also contains papers regarding legal matters, indentures, and agreements concerning the company's business operations.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
91/1
Interoffice correspondence
1930-1948
91/2
Business correspondence
1891-1894
91/3
Business correspondence
1912-1916
91/4
Business correspondence
1910-1918
91/5
Business correspondence
1919
91/6
Business correspondence
1920
91/7
Business correspondence
1921
91/8
Business correspondence
1922
91/9
Business correspondence
1922
91/10
Business correspondence
1922
91/11
Business correspondence
1923
92/1
Business correspondence
1923
92/2
Business correspondence
1924
92/3
Business correspondence
1925
92/4
Business correspondence
1926
92/5
Business correspondence
1926
92/6
Business correspondence
1926
92/7
Business correspondence
1926
92/8
Business correspondence
1927
92/9
Business correspondence
1928
92/10
Business correspondence
1929
92/11
Business correspondence
1929
92/12
Business correspondence
1930
93/1
Business correspondence
Dec. 1930-June 1931
93/2
Business correspondence
1931
93/3
Business correspondence
1932
93/4
Business correspondence
1933
93/5
Business correspondence
1934
93/6
Business correspondence
1935
93/7
Business correspondence
1935
93/8
Business correspondence
1936
93/9
Business correspondence
1937
93/10
Business correspondence
1938
93/11
Business correspondence
1939
93/12
Business correspondence
1940
94/1
Business correspondence
1941
94/2
Business correspondence
1942
94/3
Business correspondence
1942
94/4
Business correspondence
1943
94/5
Business correspondence
1944
94/6
Business correspondence
1945
94/7
Business correspondence
1946
94/8
Business correspondence
1947
94/9
Business correspondence
1948
94/10
Business correspondence
1949
94/11
Business correspondence
1950-1955
94/12
Business correspondence
undated
94/13
Cashbook
1895-1896
94/14
Financial ledger
1895-1896
95/1
Assessment list
1920-1924, 1932, 1963
95/2
Capital Stock Tax
1920-1955
95/3
Check register
1906-1910
95/4
Check register
1910-1916
95/5
Check register
1922-1926
95/6
Check register
1926-1950
95/7
Distribution of Assets
1927-1929
95/8
Insurance
1915-1917, 1931
95/9
Mine Samples
1928-1929
95/10
Ore Settlement Sheet
1921-1925
95/11
Ore Settlement Sheet
1939-1952
95/12
Ore Settlement Sheet-Galt Mining Company
1926-1928
95/13
Ore Settlement Sheet-Queen
1925-1927
96/1
Ore Shipments
1906, 1915-1935
96/2
Property tax
1905-1942, 1963
96/3
Royalties received
1926-1929
96/4
Silver Price Fluctuation
1926-1929
96/5
Financial records
1894-1946
96/6
Legal documents
1882-1887
96/7
Indentures and agreements
1890-1899
96/8
Indentures and agreements
1901, 1906-1907
96/9
Agreements
1913-1917
96/10
Agreements
1920-1929
97/1
Agreements
1930-1937
97/2
Agreements
1940-1948, 1952
97/3
Agreements
undated
97/4
Metal Mines License
1923-1924
97/5
Minutes
1895-1942
97/6
By-laws
undated
97/7
Stock
1890-1895, 1938-1940
97/8
Stock ledger
1895-1922
97/9
Organization papers
1892, 1895, 1915-1942
97/10
Treasurers reports
1922-1941
97/11
Annual reports
1920-1937, 1945
97/12
Reports
1910-1935
97/13
Maps
undated
97/14
Clippings
1921, 1941-1942 and undated
97/15
Legal documents
1942 and undated
217OS/1
Assessment of Net Proceeds of Mines
1921, 1923
217OS/2
Montana Corporation License Tax
1918-1949
217OS/3
Financial documents
1924, 1929
217OS/4
Payroll
September 1897-April 1899

Series XXIX:  Valier Land and Water Company , 1910-1958Return to Top

0.75 linear feet

The company founded many irrigation projects in western Montana. The company diverted water from a site near Valier Reservoir to fuel the projects.

The holdings within this series consist of business correspondence: inter-office, incoming and outgoing letters. It also contains legal documents pertaining to mortgages, insurance records, company reports, and various newspaper clippings.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
98/1
Business correspondence
1910-1915
98/2
Business correspondence
1922-1931
98/3
Business correspondence
1932-1954
98/4
Interoffice correspondence
1954-1958
98/5
Mortgages #1 and #2
1914
98/6
Financial documents-mortgages
1919-1944
98/7
Legal documents-bankruptcy
1942, 1944, 1958
98/8
Insurance-bonds
1941, 1944
99/1
Reports
1923-1931
99/2
Reports
1933-1940
99/3
Reports
1941-1954
99/4
Clippings
1931, 1942, 1944

Series XXX:  Conrad Circle Cattle Company , 1897-1936Return to Top

1.5 linear feet

Growing into one of the largest livestock operations in the area - extending from just south of Great Falls into Canada - this prosperous company began in 1882 Fort Benton under the name Saint Louis Cattle Company, was later re-named by the Conrad brothers, and continued until 1911.

This series contains both incoming and outgoing correspondence with regard to business concerns of the company. The bulk of the series deals with the financial concerns of the company, including check registers, income tax documents, and trial balance records. A small portion deals with interoffice concerns, such as reports on company progress and growth.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
100/1
Business correspondence
1897-1901
100/2
Business correspondence
1920
100/3
Business correspondence
1920
100/4
Business correspondence
1920
100/5
Business correspondence
1920
100/6
Business correspondence
May 1920-June 1920
100/7
Business correspondence
July 1920-Dec. 1920
100/8
Business correspondence
Jan. 1921-Apr. 1921
100/9
Business correspondence
May 1921-Dec. 1921
101/1
Business correspondence
Jan. 1922-Dec. 1922
101/2
Business correspondence
Jan. 1923-Dec. 1922
101/3
Business correspondence
May 1923-June 1923
101/4
Business correspondence
July 1923-Sept. 1923
101/5
Business correspondence
Oct. 1923-Dec. 1923
101/6
Business correspondence
Jan. 1924-Nov. 1924
101/7
Business correspondence
June 1936-Feb. 1936
101/8
Check register, #1-196
1903-1906
101/9
Check register, #197-384
1907, 1909-1910
102/1
Check register, #1400-1636
1910-1911
102/2
Check register, #1700-1898
1910-1911
102/3
Check register, #1899-1957
1911
102/4
Balance sheet
1918-1923
102/5
Profit and loss
1918-1921
102/6
Tax notices
1910-1921
102/7
Income tax-Canada
1917-1923
102/8
Income tax-Montana
1918
102/9
Income tax-U.S.
1916-1921
102/10
Income tax-U.S.
1922-1925
102/11
Trial balance
1915-1922
102/12
Financial records-Canada
1903-1919
102/13
Financial records
1917-1924
102/14
Legal documents-land concerns
1912-1924
102/15
Minutes
1915, 1920-1925
102/16
Organization
1917-1925
102/17
Reports
1915-1924

Series XXXI:  Conrad Buffalo Herd , 1900-1928 Return to Top

2.0 linear feet

Seeing the great herds’ near-extermination by professional hunters, Charles E. Conrad became seriously concerned for the preservation of the North American buffalo. In 1900 he purchased twenty-seven of these handsome animals from Louise and Andrew Stinger, and transferred them to his private ranch near Kalispell. Conrad’s success as a buffalo breeder soon attracted national attention, and by the time of his death in 1902 the herd had almost doubled in size. After his death his wife Alicia was able to turn the ranch into a profitable commercial based operation.

Correspondence comprises the bulk of this series. Most of the letters are addressed to Mr. Howard Eton and Mr. Fred Harvey, business advisors to the Conrad family. A small amount of financial and legal records concerning the operation of the ranch are present, along with clippings and articles relating to buffalo.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
103/1
Business correspondence
1900
103/2
Business correspondence
1902
103/3
Business correspondence
1903
103/4
Business correspondence
1904
103/5
Business correspondence
1905
103/6
Business correspondence
1906
103/7
Business correspondence
1907
103/8
Business correspondence
1908
103/9
Business correspondence
1909
103/10
Business correspondence
1910
103/11
Business correspondence
1911
103/12
Business correspondence
1912
103/13
Business correspondence
1913
103/14
Business correspondence
1913
104/1
Business correspondence
1914
104/2
Business correspondence
1915
104/3
Business correspondence
1916
104/4
Business correspondence
1917
104/5
Business correspondence
1918
104/6
Business correspondence
1919
104/7
Business correspondence
1919
104/8
Business correspondence
1919
104/9
Business correspondence
1919
105/1
Business correspondence
1919
105/2
Business correspondence
1920
105/3
Business correspondence
1920
105/4
Business correspondence
1921
105/5
Business correspondence
1921
105/6
Business correspondence
1921
105/7
Business correspondence
1922
105/8
Business correspondence
1923
105/9
Business correspondence
1926
105/10
Business correspondence
undated
106/1
Correspondence-Howard Eton
Mar. 9, 1905-Jan. 22, 1922
106/2
Correspondence-Fred Harvey
May 11, 1916-Feb. 4, 1928
106/3
Financial ledger
1903-1904
106/4
Register of stock
1909-1921
106/5
Financial records
1901-1921
106/6
Legal documents
1900-1921
106/7
Clippings
1905-1910, 1921
106/8
Statistics of American Bison
1902-1903
106/9
History of C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd
1915

Series XXXII:  Alicia D. Conrad Estate , 1903-1928Return to Top

0.5 linear feet

This series contains information concerning the creation of the C. E. Conrad Estate, a trust created by Alicia D. Conrad in an attempt to preserve the waning family fortune. The papers span form 1903 to 1928. The series primarily contains business correspondence and documents of a financial and legal nature, as well as a small amount of personal correspondence from Conrad family members.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
107/1
Business and personal correspondence
1913, 1920, 1924
107/2
Check register (#1-178)
1923-1925
107/3
Financial journal
1923-1924
107/4
Financial journal
1925-1930
107/5
Financial records-vouchers
1923-1925
107/6
Financial records
1923-1925
107/7
Legal documents
1903-1925
107/8
Legal documents
1923-1928

Series XXXIII:  C.E. Conrad Estate , 1887-1966Return to Top

19.0 linear feet

These documents pertain to Charles E. Conrad’s personal business interests along with his shares in corporations he jointly owned with his brother, William G. Conrad. This trust was founded by C. E.’s widow, Alicia D. Conrad. Upon Alicia’s death in 1923, their three children, Charles D. Conrad, Catherine Conrad Van Duzer, and Alicia Conrad McCutcheon transferred their remaining inheritance into this corporation, and by 1925 it included all the remaining family assets. The Conrad children functioned as directors of the corporation, with Charles as president and chief executive officer. By 1940 the company dissolved due to substantial financial losses.

This series is one of the largest within the collection. The documents pertain to C.E. Conrad's personal business interests along with his shares in jointly owned corporations with his brother. A majority of the papers relate to real-estate holdings. The series contains a substantial amount of business correspondence along with financial documents. A small amount of documents dealing with Lieu Script lands dating from 1897-1930 are also present. This series includes three oversize boxes containing various items ranging from bulletins, blueprints, legal certificates, and newspaper clippings.

The series contains eight Subseries.
Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: Letter books
1902-1918
Box/Folder
108/1
Letter book, vol. 1
Dec.4, 1902-May 1, 1913
108/2
Letter book, vol. 2
May 1, 1913-July 16, 1917
108/3
Letter book, vol. 3
July 16, 1917-Nov. 22, 1918
Subseries 2: Business correspondence
1902-1944
Box/Folder
109/1
Correspondence, financial
1902
109/2
Correspondence, financial
1903
109/3
Correspondence, legal
1903-1904
109/4
Correspondence, general
1904-1906
109/5
Correspondence, financial
1904-1907
109/6
Correspondence, legal
1907
109/7
Correspondence, general
1908-1909
109/8
Correspondence, financial
1909
109/9
Correspondence, financial
1910-1911
109/10
Correspondence, legal
1910
109/11
Correspondence, land
1911-1912
109/12
Correspondence, financial
1912
109/13
Correspondence, land
1913
109/14
Correspondence, general
1913
109/15
Correspondence, financial
1914
109/16
Correspondence, legal
1914
109/17
Correspondence, general
1914
109/18
Correspondence, financial
1915
109/19
Correspondence, general
1915-1917
109/20
Correspondence, legal
1915, 1917
109/21
Correspondence, financial
1916
109/22
Correspondence, financial
1917
109/23
Correspondence, financial
1917
109/24
Correspondence, legal
1917
109/25
Correspondence, general
1917
109/26
Correspondence, legal
1918
109/27
Correspondence, financial
1918
109/28
Correspondence, general
1918
109/29
Correspondence, financial
1918
109/30
Correspondence, legal
1918
109/31
Correspondence, general
1918
109/32
Correspondence, legal
1919
109/33
Correspondence, financial
1919
109/34
Correspondence, general
1919
110/1
Correspondence, legal
1919
110/2
Correspondence, financial
1919
110/3
Correspondence, legal
1919
110/4
Correspondence, business
1919
110/5
Correspondence, financial
1919
110/6
Correspondence, legal
1919
110/7
Correspondence, financial
1919
110/8
Correspondence, personal
1919
110/9
Correspondence, legal
1920
110/10
Correspondence, financial
1920
110/11
Correspondence, personal
1920
110/12
Correspondence, legal
1920
110/13
Correspondence, financial
1920
110/14
Correspondence, financial
1920
110/15
Correspondence, legal
1920
110/16
Correspondence, legal
1920
110/17
Correspondence, financial
1920
111/1
Correspondence, legal
1920
111/2
Correspondence, financial
1920
111/3
Correspondence, legal
1920
111/4
Correspondence, financial
1920
111/5
Correspondence, legal
1920
111/6
Correspondence, financial
1920
111/7
Correspondence, financial
1920
111/8
Correspondence, legal
1920
111/9
Correspondence, financial
1920
111/10
Correspondence, legal
1920
111/11
Correspondence, financial
1921
111/12
Correspondence, legal
1921
111/13
Correspondence, personal
1921
111/14
Correspondence, financial
1921
111/15
Correspondence, legal
1921
111/16
Correspondence, personal
1921
111/17
Correspondence, financial
1921
111/18
Correspondence, legal
1921
112/1
Correspondence, financial
1921
112/2
Correspondence, legal
1921
112/3
Correspondence, financial
1921, 1921
112/4
Correspondence, legal
1921
112/5
Correspondence, personal
1921
112/6
Correspondence, financial
1922
112/7
Correspondence, legal
1922
112/8
Correspondence, personal
1922
112/9
Correspondence, financial
1922
112/10
Correspondence, legal
1922
112/11
Correspondence, personal
1922
112/12
Correspondence, financial
1922
112/13
Correspondence, legal
1922
112/14
Correspondence, personal
1922
112/15
Correspondence, financial
1923
112/16
Correspondence, legal
1923
112/17
Correspondence, personal
1923
112/18
Correspondence, financial
1923
112/19
Correspondence, legal
1923
112/20
Correspondence, financial
1923
112/21
Correspondence, legal
1923
112/22
Correspondence, personal
1923
112/23
Correspondence, financial
1924
112/24
Correspondence, legal
1924
112/25
Correspondence, personal
1924
113/1
Correspondence, financial
1924
113/2
Correspondence, legal
1924
113/3
Correspondence, financial
1924
113/4
Correspondence, legal
1924
113/5
Correspondence, personal
1924
113/6
Correspondence, financial
1924
113/7
Correspondence, financial
1925
113/8
Correspondence, financial
1925
113/9
Correspondence, legal
1925
113/10
Correspondence, financial
1925
113/11
Correspondence, legal
1925
113/12
Correspondence, financial
1926
113/13
Correspondence, legal
1926
113/14
Correspondence, personal
1926
113/15
Correspondence, financial
1927-1928
113/16
Correspondence, legal
1928
113/17
Correspondence, financial
1928
113/18
Correspondence, legal
1928
113/19
Correspondence, financial
1929
113/20
Correspondence, legal
1929
114/1
Correspondence, financial
1930
114/2
Correspondence, legal
1930
114/3
Correspondence, financial
1931
114/4
Correspondence, legal
1931
114/5
Correspondence, financial
1932
114/6
Correspondence, legal
1932
114/7
Correspondence, financial
1932
114/8
Correspondence, legal
1932
114/9
Correspondence, financial
1933
114/10
Correspondence, legal
1933
114/11
Correspondence, personal
1933
114/12
Correspondence, financial
1934
114/13
Correspondence, legal
1934
114/14
Correspondence, financial
1935
114/15
Correspondence, legal
1935
114/16
Correspondence, financial
1937
114/17
Correspondence, financial 1938
114/18
Correspondence, financial
1939
114/19
Correspondence, legal
1940
114/20
Correspondence, financial
1944
Subseries 3: Financial records
1887-1966
Box/Folder
115/1
Financial records, paid accounts
1907-1914
116/1
Financial records, paid accounts
Jan. 4, 1908-June 13, 1923
117/1
Financial records, paid accounts
Jan. 28, 1908-Jan. 8, 1923
118/1
Check register, # 2-229
1902-1905
118/2
Check register, # 294-578
1906-1909
118/3
Check register, # 294-578
1906-1909
118/4
Check register, # 579-925
1909-1912
118/5
Check register, # 926-1218
1912-1915
118/6
Check register, #1219-1486
1915-1918
118/7
Check register, # 1487-1778
1918-1920
118/8
Check register, # 1779-2079
1920-1922
118/9
Check register, #2080-2176
1922-1923
118/10
Check register, #1-307
1923-1925
119/1
Check register, #308-621
1925-1926
119/2
Check register, #622-915
1926-1927
119/3
Check register, #916-1216
1927-1928
119/4
Check register, #1217-1533
1928-1930
119/5
Check register, #1534-1843
1930-1931
119/6
Check register, #1844-2248
1931-1933
119/7
Check register, #2249-2557
1933-1937
119/8
Check register, #2558-2841
1937-1966
119/9
Check register, #2101-2135
1922-1923
120/1
Account and land journal
Sept. 18, 1900-Nov. 30, 1914
120/2
Account journal
Mar. 1909-Aug. 1916
120/3
Account journal
1919-1960
120/4
Account journal
1910-1927
120/5
Account journal
June 15, 1927-Apr. 1, 1932
121/1
Account journal
Apr. 1, 1932-Apr. 10, 1947
121/2
Cash book
Dec. 1902-Feb. 1915
121/3
Cash book
Mar. 1, 1915-Mar. 1, 1920
121/4
Cash book
1920-Oct. 5, 1923
122/1
Real estate loan accounts
Jan. 1, 1907-Jan. 10, 1913
122/2
Real estate loan accounts
Jan. 10, 1913-June 30, 1917
122/3
Real estate loan accounts
July 1, 1917-Dec. 31, 1921
122/4
Real estate loan accounts
Jan. 1, 1922-June 9, 1923
123/1
Financial records
1901-1913
123/2
Financial records
May 9, 1910-Dec. 14, 1914
123/3
Financial records
Jan. 16, 1915-Dec. 3, 1915
123/4
Financial records
Jan. 25, 1916-Dec. 31, 1916
123/5
Financial records
Jan. 1, 1917-Dec. 31, 1917
123/6
Financial records
Jan. 8-Dec. 31, 1918
124/1
Financial records
Jan. 10-Dec. 30, 1919
124/2
Financial records
1920
124/4
Financial records
1921
124/4
Financial records
1922
124/5
Financial records
1923
124/6
Financial records
1924
124/7
Financial records
1925
124/8
Financial records
1926
124/9
Financial records
1927
124/10
Financial records
1928
125/1
Financial records
1929
125/2
Financial records-real estate concerns
1920-1929
125/3
Financial records
1920-1929
125/4
Insurance policies
1920-1929
125/5
Tax returns and assessments
1920-1945
125/6
Financial records
1930-1931
125/7
Financial records
1932
126/1
Financial records
1933-1934
126/2
Financial records
1935-1939
126/3
Financial records
1943-1961
126/4
Financial records-stocks
1887-1938
126/5
Financial records-land concerns
undated
126/6
Financial records
undated, 1900-1901
126/7
Financial records
undated, 1921
126/8
Kalispell baseball team
1930
126/9
Agricultural Experiment Station
1923
126/10
Inventory
undated
126/11
Monroe building
undated
127/1
Ledger-forestland
Nov. 28, 1899-Oct. 1, 1915
127/2
Ledger-land
Aug. 20, 1909-May 27, 1915
127/3
Ledger-land
Dec. 17, 1902-June 13, 1923
128/1
Tax statements
1916-1936
129/1
Trustee Ranch-meal and labor records
Feb. 1910-Jan. 1911
Subseries 4: Legal records
1900-1934
Box/Folder
130/1
Legal records-land
1900
130/2
Legal records-land
1901
130/3
Legal records-land
1902
130/4
Legal records-land
Feb.-July, 1903
130/5
Legal records-land
Sept.-Dec., 1903
130/6
Legal records-judicial cases
Jan.-Aug., 1904
131/1
Legal records-land
Sept.-Dec., 1904
131/2
Legal records-land
1905
131/3
Legal records-land
1906
131/4
Legal records-land
1907
131/5
Legal records-land/judicial cases
1908
131/6
Legal records-land
1909
131/7
Legal records
1910-1911
132/1
Legal records-land/judicial cases
1912
132/2
Legal records-land/judicial cases
1913
132/3
Legal records-land/judicial cases
1914-1915
132/4
Legal records-land
1916-1917
132/5
Legal records-land
1918-1919
132/6
Legal records-land
1920
132/7
Legal records-general
1921
132/8
Legal records
1922
133/1
Legal records-final settlement
1923
133/2
Legal records-land/judicial cases
1923
133/3
Legal records-land/judicial cases
1924
133/4
Legal records-land/judicial cases
1925
133/5
Legal records-land
1926
133/6
Legal records-land
1927
133/7
Legal records-land
1928
133/8
Legal records-land
1929
133/9
Legal records-land
1931
133/10
Legal records-land
1932
133/11
Legal records-land
1933
133/12
Legal records-land
1934
Subseries 5: C.E. Conrad business records
1905-1954
Box/Folder
134/1
Legal records-land
1935
134/2
Legal records-land
1936
134/3
Legal records-land
1937
134/4
Legal records-land
1938
134/5
Legal records-land
1934
135/1
Minutes
May 29, 1924-Mar. 31, 1954
135/2
Annual reports
Jan. 1, 1905-Jan. 1, 1906
135/3
Annual reports
1938-1947
Subseries 6: Lieu Scrip
1897-1932
Box/Folder
136/1
Correspondence-Lieu Scrip
1897, 1900-1909
136/2
Correspondence-Lieu Scrip
1910-1919
136/3
Correspondence-Lieu Scrip
1921-1932
136/4
Legal records-Lieu Scrip/ Lafayette Barnaby
1906
136/5
Legal records-Lieu Scrip/ Geo. W. Bush
1900-1901
136/6
Legal records-Lieu Scrip/ C. W. Clarke (L.S. #5394)
1900-1909
136/7
Legal records-Lieu Scrip/ John Cuffe
1901, 1905
136/8
Legal records-Lieu Scrip/ Andrew B. Hammond (L.S. #5390), (L.S. #5595)
1900-1909
136/9
Legal records-Lieu Scrip/ Idaho Timberlands
1900
136/10
Legal records-Lieu Scrip/ Moses La Mear (L.S. #4066)
1906-1907
136/11
Legal records-Lieu Scrip/ Hugh McLellan (L.S. #4065)
1906
136/12
Legal records-Lieu Scrip/ Thomas Murphy
1900-1909
136/13
Legal records-Lieu Scrip/ Joseph Nunn
1901-1907
136/14
Legal records-Lieu Scrip/ Noah Radcliffe (L.S. #3858)
1906
136/15
Legal records-Lieu Scrip/ Henry T. Read (L.S. #4136)
1905-1908
136/16
Legal records-Lieu Scrip/ Eakin G. Simpkins (L.S. #3705)
1900-1905
136/17
Legal records-Lieu Scrip/ Paul C. Simpkins (L.S. #3707)
1906
136/18
Legal records-Lieu Scrip/ Emmett Swan
1900
136/19
Legal records-Lieu Scrip/ Wm. Y. Thompson
1900-1901
136/20
Legal records-Lieu Scrip/ John H. Walter
1900-1902
136/21
Legal records-Lieu Scrip/ Edwin Yerkes
1900, 1909
136/22
Legal records-Lieu lands-homestead/ patents
1900-1901, 1907
136/23
Legal records-Lieu lands
undated
Subseries 7: Tax records
1923-1949
Box/Folder
218OS/1
Montana Corp. Tax
1933-1949
218OS/2
Income Tax
1923-1949
218OS/3
Excess Profit's Tax
1944-1945
Subseries 8: Personal material
1881-1931 and undated
Box/Folder
219OS/1
The River Press-article, Teton Flood
1881
219OS/2
Certificate-Kalispell postmaster, Fred W. Bucksen
1893
219OS/3
Marriage certificate-Harry P. Stanford and Anna J. Harlow
undated
219OS/4
Claim of deed-Charles D. Conrad
1924
219OS/5
Advertisement/Bulletins
1893, 1911, 1925, 1931 and undated
219OS/6
Blueprints
undated
219OS/7
Maps-land holdings
undated
220OS/1
City of Fort Benton
undated
220OS/2
Spokane Sunday Sun
Jan. 22, 1893

Series XXXIV:  Conrad/Campbell Family Businesses and Personal Papers , 1890-1953 Return to Top

0.5 linear feet

Charles E. and William G. Conrad extended their business opportunities to many of their family members and this series reflects those business ventures, containing various papers for companies and land jointly owned by their Conrad and Campbell family relatives: Alice Adams (youngest sister to the Conrad brothers, Alice married F. J. Adams, a doctor in the Great Falls area), Charles Conrad Campbell (son of Alicia Conrad and George H. Campbell), Arthur F. Conrad (son of W. G. Conrad), Caroline E. Conrad, Charles E. Conrad, Jr. (son of C. E. Conrad and Sings-in-the-Middle), James W. Conrad, Josephine Conrad, Margaret Conrad, Maria D. Conrad, and Maria S. Conrad (mother of W. G. and C. E. Conrad.) Also included is a small quantity of correspondence relating to Joseph Culbertson (son of Alexander Culbertson, founder of Fort Benton) and papers concerning the Kalispell Lumber and Water Power Company, Northwestern National Bank of Great Falls, Conrad Banking Company, Benton Steamboat (which operated on the Missouri River out of Fort Benton) and documents concerning the early years St. Louis Cattle Company. (The documents dealing with the later years of this business are located in Series XXX: Conrad Circle Cattle Company.) These papers range from financial documents to organization papers, and business and personal correspondence.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
137/1
Alice Adams-land concerns
1921-1941
137/2
Financial records, Benton and St. Louis Cattle Company
1891-1890
137/3
Correspondence-Charles Campbell
1928, 1947-1953
137/4
Correspondence-Arthur F. Conrad
1920-1923, 1934
137/5
Correspondence-Caroline E. Conrad
1922
137/6
Correspondence-Charles E. Conrad, Jr.
1899-1902
137/7
Financial records-Charles E. Conrad, Jr.
1899-1902
137/8
Legal documents-Charles E. Conrad, Jr.
1901-1903, 1906
137/9
Legal documents-James W. Conrad
1898-1902
137/10
Legal documents-John H. Conrad
1900-1901
137/11
Correspondence-Josephine Conrad
undated
137/12
Correspondence-Margaret Conrad
ca. 1922
137/13
Financial records-Maria D. Conrad
1895-1900
137/14
Correspondence-Maria S. Conrad
1898-1899
137/15
Financial records-Maria S. Conrad
1898-1899
137/16
Legal documents-W. A. Conrad
1906, 1909, 1920
137/17
Financial records-Conrad-Stanford Co.
1909
137/18
Financial records-Conrad and Stanford Company
1916-1920
137/19
Correspondence-Joseph Culbertson
1890
137/20
Financial records-Kalispell Lumber and Water Power Company
1891-1902
137/21
Legal documents-Kalispell Lumber and Water Power Company
1892-1899
137/22
Organization-Kalispell Lumber And Water Power Company
1891
137/23
Financial records-Kalispell Lumber and Water Power Company
1928-1929
137/24
Financial records-Northwestern National Bank
1893-1895
137/25
Financial records-Conrad Banking Company
1902-1903.

Series XXXV:  Northwestern National Bank , 1886-1954 Return to Top

0.5 linear feet

The series contains documents relating to a series of individuals and businesses with financial connections to this Montana bank which later assumed the name Conrad National Bank of Great Falls; including incoming and outgoing correspondence from E. Van Duzer (husband of Catherine Conrad), Alicia A. Campbell Vick (daughter of Alicia C. Campbell and Walter M. McCutcheon), Furman R. Whitwell (brother of Alicia Vick’s friend Patricia Whitwell), Charles J. Kester, and a small number of documents by unidentified authors. Financial records for the Whitefish Townsite Company are contained within this series, as well as various government and land documents. A 1917 hunting permit for A. J. Forest is also included.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
138/1
Financial records-Northwestern National Bank
1886
138/2
Correspondence-E. Van Duzer
1919
138/3
Correspondence-Incoming-Alicia A. Vick
1923-1946
138/4
Correspondence-incoming-Alicia A. Vick
undated
138/5
Personal papers-Alicia A. Vick
1921-1938
138/6
Financial records-Whitefish Townsite Co.
1907-1915
138/7
Correspondence-Furman R. Whitwell
1942-1947
138/8
Correspondence-Furman R. Whitewell
1948 and undated
138/9
Financial records-Furman R, Whitewell
1947
138/10
Personal papers-Furman R. Whitewell
1944-1948
138/11
Correspondence-unknown
1954 and undated
138/12
Legal documents-government petitions
1907 and undated
138/13
Hunting permit-A.J. Forest
1917
138/14
Correspondence-Chas J. Kester
undated
138/15
Legal documents-land
1890-1922

Series XXXVI:  George Campbell , 1849-1966 Return to Top

48.0 linear feet

George Campbell came to Montana Territory with his parents in 1892, where his father formed an ambitious land management company based in Great Falls and including the massive, innovative, but ill-fated “Sun River Ranches” project for irrigated farming in western Montana. Young George grew up on his father’s ranch near Malta, a last center of the fast-fading “old west,” graduated from Great Falls Highschool in 1907 and the Sheffield Engineering School at Yale University in 1910; to then join his father in C.H .Campbell & Son land management. Volunteering in World War I, he served as a pursuit pilot in France, 1917-1918, earning charter membership in the Order of Daedalians, before returning to his family partnership in Great Falls. In 1928 George married Alicia Conrad McCutcheon of Kalispell. They relocated to her Conrad family home in 1933 with their son, Charles Conrad Campbell and his half-sister, Alicia Ann.

The series contains financial, legal, and personal materals, including those from an intra-family court case. There are also records relating to Campbell's business interests, scrapbooks, and memorabilia.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: Financial Records and Legal Documents
This Subseries includes financial and legal records relating to property owned by the C.H. Campbell and Son Company.
1900-1966
Box/Folder
139/1
Letter Press
1906-1907
139/2
Agricultural Conservation Association (ACA)
1934-1940
139/3
Atwater land documents
1924-1927
139/4
Austin land documents
1911-1936
139/5
Backa/Kernaghan land documents
1942-1943
139/6
Bakker loans
1934-1938
139/7
Barney land documents
1938-1958
139/8
Barney land documents
1935-1942
139/9
Barney Property
1929-1930
139/10
Barney Property
1929-1933
139/11
Barney Property
1931-1954
140/1
Barzee-240 land documents
1937-1938
140/2
Barzee-240 land documents
1938-1955
140/3
Barzee-240 land documents
1937-1947
140/4
Barzee-240 land documents
1935-1947
140/5
Barzee-240 land documents
1931-1955
140/6
Barzee-240 land documents
1927-1935
140/7
Beebe-160 land documents
1926-1940
140/8
Beebe-160 land documents
1926-1935
140/9
Beebe-160 land documents
1930-1955
140/10
Beebe-114 land documents
1928-1955
140/11
Belcher-480 land documents
1935-1939
140/12
Belcher/Blackleaf-480 land documents
1925-1933
140/13
Belcher-199 land documents
1939-1954
140/14
Belcher-480 land documents
1939-1957
140/15
Belcher-199 land documents
1917-1930
140/16
Bemis Property
1927-1929
141/1
Bemis Property
1929-1934
141/2
Bemis-23 land documents
1939-1940
141/3
Bemis-309 land documents
1928-1932
141/4
Bemis-309 land documents
1933-1939
141/5
Bemis-309 land documents
1944-1945
141/6
Bemis-309 land documents
1939-1945
141/7
Bemis-309 land documents
1932-1945
141/8
Benton Lake land documents
1923-1934
141/9
Betz-200 land documents
1936-1951
142/1
Bootsma-138 land documents
1938-1939
142/2
Bootsma-138 land documents
1927-1939
142/3
Bower Property
1931-1953
142/4
Boer/Williams land documents
1935-1960
142/5
Boyton-160 land documents
1942-1946
142/6
Boyton-160 land documents
1929-1939
142/7
Boyton-160 land documents
1921-1929
143/1
Brown-480 land documents
1938-1940
143/2
Brown-480 land documents
1930-1935
143/3
Catlitzeck-143 land documents
1930-1939
143/4
Campbell vs. Dickey
1932-1944
143/5
Cascade-3676 land documents
1930-1932
143/6
Cascade-3676 land documents
1925-1940
143/7
Cascade-3676 land documents
1928-1931
143/8
Cascade-3676 land documents
1923-1936
143/9
Cascade-3676 land documents
1934-1939
143/10
Cascade Property
1932-1939
143/11
Chase-55 land documents
1929-1934
143/12
Chase-55 land documents
1924-1929
143/13
Chouteau Company Land
1927-1929
143/14
Churchill Property
1929-1935
143/15
Cleary-160 land documents
1927-1940
144/1
Clark-160 land documents
1925-1932
144/2
Clark-160 land documents
1933-1936
144/3
Clark-160 land documents
1927-1937
144/4
Clark-160 land documents
1935-1939
144/5
Coal land documents
1923-1933
144/6
Cole vs. Campbell
1940-1950
144/7
C.E. Conrad Estate
1936-1940
144/8
C.E. Conrad Estate
1930-1938
144/9
C.E. Conrad Estate
1930-1941
144/10
Conrad Mansion
1930-1940
144/11
Conrad Mansion
1916-1940
144/12
W.M. Coppers
1913-1925
144/13
Creston-480 land documents
1929-1931
144/14
Creston-480 land documents
1929-1932
144/15
Creston-480 land documents
1929-1932
144/16
Daggett land documents
1939-1952
145/1
Daggett-240 land documents
1925-1954
145/2
Daggett-240 land documents
1922-1938
145/3
Daggett-240 land documents
1921-1928
145/4
Devon-320 land documents
1934
145/5
Donnelly Property
1938-1940
145/6
Donnelly-160 and 320 land documents
1925-1954
145/7
Donnely-160 land documents
1922-1939
145/8
Eastlund-314 land documents
1927-1934
145/9
Eastlund-314 land documents
1925-1928
145/10
Eastlund-314 land documents
1934-1937
145/11
Edwards land documents
1936-1946
145/12
Edwards Property
1937-1954
145/13
Edwards Property
1937-1939
145/14
Edwards Property
1924-1930
145/15
Edwards Property
1921-1925
146/1
Edwards Property
1919-1924
146/2
Edwards Property
1918-1927
146/3
Edwards Property
1919-1926
146/4
Edwards Property
1926-1933
146/5
Edwards Property
1929-1952
146/6
Edwards Property
1924-1946
146/7
Edwards Property
1934-1951
146/8
Edwards Property
1922-1947
146/9
Edwards Property
1936-1947
146/10
Edwards/Ebert-160 land documents
1925-1937
146/11
Edward-160 land documents
1936-1939
146/12
Edward-320 land documents
1930-1946
147/1
Edward-480 land documents
1931-1944
147/2
Edward-1280 land document
1930-1934
147/3
Edward-1280 land documents
1926-1935
147/4
Edward-1280 land documents
1930-1932
147/5
Edward-1280 land documents
1937-1952
147/6
Edward-1280 land documents
1943-1949
147/7
Edward-1280 land documents
1931-1949
147/8
Enns-180 land documents
1929-1934
147/9
Erwin-480 land documents
1927-1937
147/10
Erwin-480 land documents
1928-1935
148/1
Erickson-160
1931-1939
148/2
Foys Lake-160/Buffalo-440 land documents
1922
148/3
Fraeschley-480 land documents
1934-1936
148/4
Frey-520 land documents
1932-1935
148/5
Friend-320 land documents
1932-1934
148/6
Friend-320 land documents
1935-1936
148/7
Friend-320 land documents
1935-1939
148/8
Friend-320 Property
1939-1946
148/9
Friend Property
1920-1959
148/10
Frisbee-160 land documents
1928-1941
148/11
Frisco Lots
1941-1943
148/12
Furchtbar-160 land documents
1923-1931
148/13
Galitzeck-143 land documents
1920-1929
148/14
Gates-317 land documents
1930-1935
148/15
Gilcher-280 Loan
1927-1939
149/1
Gist-320 land documents
1920-1934
149/2
Gist-320 land documents
1925-1966
149/3
G. Jullin-60 land documents
1948-1955
149/4
G. Jullin-60 land documents
1928-1944
149/5
Glacier Park Land
1931
149/6
Golding-436 land documents
1923-1935
149/7
Golding-438 land documents
1919-1963
149/8
Goodman-182 land documents
1928-1932
149/9
Grasswick-336 land documents
1930-1935
149/10
Grasswick Property
1923-1952
149/11
Grasswick-336 land documents
1937-1939
150/1
Grasswick-336 land documents
1939-1952
150/2
Griffith-153 land documents
1948-1956
150/3
Griffith-153 land documents
1921-1943
150/4
Griffith/ Cross Property
1923-1932
150/5
Gunther-160 land documents
1925-1930
150/6
Gunther-160 land documents
1938
150/7
Hartin-480 land documents
1947-1955
150/8
Hay land documents
1924-1925
150/9
Herman-4606 land documents
1929
150/10
Herman Ranch land documents
1928-1939
150/11
Hinckley-160 land documents
1938-1953
150/12
Hinckley Property
1904-1952
150/13
Hollinger Property
1928-1938
150/14
Hollinger-240 land documents
1923-1927
151/1
Hollinger-240 land documents
1939-1955
151/2
Hollinger-240 land documents
1924-1927
151/3
Hollinger Loan
1933-1944
151/4
Hollinger Loan
1927-1935
151/5
Horn-320 land documents
1935-1944
151/6
Horn-320 land documents
1925-1944
151/7
Howard-320 land documents
1925-1952
151/8
Howard-320 land documents
1922-1936
151/9
Humble-160 land documents
1940-1952
151/10
Humble-160 land documents
1936-1938
151/11
Humble-160 land documents
1926-1933
151/12
Humble-160 land documents
1930-1935
151/13
Humphrey Brothers Property
1928-1935
151/14
Irwin-160 land documents
1929-1936
151/15
Jackson-360 land documents
1928
152/1
Johnson Property
1930-1939
152/2
Johnson-160 land documents
1925-1937
152/3
Johnson-360 land documents
1936-1940
152/4
Johnson-680 land documents
1929-1935
152/5
Johnson-680 land documents
1930-1931
152/6
Johnson-680 land documents
1931-1933
152/7
Johnson-680 minerals
1941-1944
152/8
Johnson-1223 land documents
1930-1955
152/9
Johnson-1223 land documents
1925-1929
152/10
Johnson-680 land documents
1926-1934
152/11
Johnson-680 land documents
1928-1930
152/12
Johnson-680 land documents
1942-1953
152/13
Johnson-680 land documents
1935-1942
153/1
Johnson-1223 land documents
1931-1936
153/2
Johnson-1223 land documents
1925-1932
153/3
Johnson-1223 land documents
1925-1933
153/4
Johnson-1222 and 1223 land documents
1936-1955
153/5
Johnson-1223 land documents
1939-1947
153/6
H. Jones Property
1928-1946
153/7
Jones-416 land documents
1926-1936
153/8
Jones-416 land documents
1932-1936
153/9
Jones Property
1946-1947
153/10
Jones Property
1923-1927
154/1
Jones Properties
1934-1940
154/2
Josephine/Queen Mine
1940-1948
154/3
Judsons land documents
1939-1948
154/4
Judson-427 land documents
1931-1952
154/5
Kalness-200 land documents
1925-1928
154/6
Keller-160 land documents
1934-1938
154/7
Keller-470 land documents
1925-1934
154/8
Keller-160 land documents
1925-1934
154/9
Keller, Wilbert -160 land documents
1911-1955
154/10
Keller-470 land documents
1936-1961
154/11
Keller-160 land documents
1921-1957
154/12
Keller-160 land documents
1933
155/1
Kepple-760 land documents
1955
155/2
Kepple-800 land documents
1939-1955
155/3
Kepple-804 land documents
1939
155/4
Kepple-820 land documents
1954
155/5
Kepple-825 land documents
1939-1955
155/6
Kepple-880 land documents
1939-1960
155/7
Kepple Lease
1942-1959
155/8
Kepple-800 land documents
1924-1935
155/9
Kepple-830 land documents
1945-1960
155/10
Kepple-800 land documents
1925-1936
155/11
Kepple-880 land documents
1936-1939
155/12
Kernaghan Property
1929-1931
155/13
Kernaghan Property
1928-1929
155/14
Kernahhan Property
1931-1940
155/15
Kernaghan-1998 land documents
1939-1942
155/16
Kernaghan-1998 land documents
1939-1942
155/17
Kernaghan-1998 land documents
1936-1941
155/18
King-160 land documents
1914-1940
155/19
Krammer-160 land documents
1922-1931
156/1
Land documents
1925-1936
156/2
Land inquiries from potential renters
1924-1926
156/3
Land inquiries from potential renters
1923-1927
156/4
Land inquiries from potential renters
1923-1927
156/5
Land inquiries from potential renters
1923-1927
156/6
Land inquiries from potential renters
1924-1931
156/7
Land inquiries from potential renters
1923-1937
156/8
C. Adams loan #889
1910-1922
156/9
Adrian loan #218
1900-1913
156/10
J.F. Allard loan #962
1913-1915
156/11
R. Anderson loan #868
1909-1916
156/12
Anthony loan #691
1907-1917
156/13
Beirer loan #561
1905-1917
156/14
H.L. Birum loan #859
1909-1917
157/1
F. Bogert loan #939
1910-1916
157/2
Bradford loan
1922-1930
157/3
Bradford loan #612
1906-1918
157/4
A. Brekke loan #958
1910
157/5
Burlingame loans #574
1910-1917.
157/6
A.I. Collier loan #841 and #847
1915-1916
157/7
Cook loan #468
1903-1919
157/8
C.A. Crocker loan #854
1909-1914
157/9
L. Dhal loan #943
1910-1914
157/10
P.D. DeBoer loan #937
1910-1919
157/11
Demarest loan
1933-1935
157/12
Demarest loan
1935-1936
157/13
Demarest loan
1930-1938
157/14
Demarest loan
1935-1936
157/15
W.S. Dillman #925
1910-1918
157/16
P.B. Dillman loan #959
1910-1919
157/17
A.C. Dufrenne loan #947
1910-1916
157/18
P. Eelkema loan #922
1910-1915
157/19
A.L. Fergunson loan #904
1910
157/20
J. Ferwerda loan #1216
1911-1912
157/21
E.D. Forrest loan #946
1910-1918
157/22
Fox loan #320
1902-1913
157/23
H.M. Freebury loan #941
1910-1915
157/24
S.A. Gillette loan #857
1908-1909
157/25
J. Gormley loan #944
1910-1913
157/26
Grande loan #535
1904
157/27
Hafner loan #343
1902-1912
157/28
J. Ham loan #413
1903-1913
158/1
Hansen loan #722
1907-1909
158/2
Helt loan #779
1908
158/3
Henderson loan #822
1903-1914
158/4
Howse Loan #683
1907-1915
158/5
Jacobson loan #448
1903-1908
158/6
A. Johnson loan #872
1909-1914
158/7
Johnson loan #794
1903-1922
158/8
H.E. Jones loan #892
1904-1917
158/9
Josephine loan #780
1908-1916
158/10
Josephine loan
1919-1930
158/11
Kenison loan #623
1906-1913
158/12
Kiehlbauch loan
1934-1935
158/13
W.L. Kinsey loan #936
1910-1915
158/14
C. Kleese loan #825
1909-1913
158/15
Larson loan #523
1917-1923
158/16
R.T. Lass loan #953
1910-1913
158/17
D.E. Longway loan #874
1904-1913
158/18
Loomis loan #816
1913-1916
158/19
Lynch loan #393
1900-1914
158/20
E.L. Marriott loan #957
1910-1914
158/21
J.R. McCain loan #871
1909-1917
158/22
Miller loan #628
1902-1916
158/23
Montay loan #1900-1909
158/24
Murphey loan #788
1908-1913
158/25
Murray loan #584
1905-1907
158/26
Myers/Nelson loan #708
1907-1916
158/27
Nelson loan #710
1907-1916
158/28
Nelson loan #703
1907-1923
158/29
Nelson loan #399
1903-1916
158/30
Newman loan #751
1908
158/31
Nicholson loan #663
1906-1912
158/32
Norden loan #745
1907-1913
158/33
Norden loan #817
1908-1913
158/34
Oeth loan #786
1908-1916
158/35
J. Olden Kamp loan #916
1910-1915
158/36
T. Orr loan #950
1910-1916
158/37
Otness loan #472
1904-1915
158/38
L. Pangborn loan #938
1910-1915
158/39
G.W. Parsons loan #938
1910-1916
158/40
C.M. Pierce loan #907
1910-1917
158/41
Power loan #478
1905-1916
158/42
C.H. Potter loan #865
1909-1919
159/1
Progeba loan #475
1904-1914
159/2
Rafferty loan #756
1903-1908
159/3
Rhoades loan #320
1928-1934
159/4
A.C. Ronne loan #861
1909-1913
159/5
Ross loan #823
1909-1922
159/6
Ruyle loan #820
1908-1912
159/7
E. Scanlon loan #977
1910-1915
159/8
F.W. Simero loan #862
1909-1916
159/9
J.A. Smith Loan #956
1910-1913
159/10
Smithson loan #662
1906-1912
159/11
O. Speer loan #931
1910-1916
159/12
Stephen loan #687
1907-1916
159/13
J.R. Steven loan #932
1910-1912
159/14
Stinson loan
1906-1934
159/15
R.I. Stoner loan #924
1910-1918
159/16
Strain loan #707
1905-1907
159/17
Strangway loan #494
1904-1916
159/18
H.B. Thompson loan #951
1912
159/19
Taftte loan #733
1907-1912
159/20
Trowbidge loan #819
1922-1924
159/21
Vigen loan #824
1908-1909
159/22
C.D. Wheeler loan #894
1910
159/23
Lane land documents
1909-1958
159/24
Lang property
1924-1928
159/25
Langley #320
1939-1952
159/26
Langley #320
1927-1938
159/27
Leiser #640
1929-1930
159/28
Lutz #160
1925-1933
159/29
Lutz #160
1927-1933
159/30
Lutz #160
1914-1929
160/1
Lytle 880
1927-1950
160/2
Lytle 880
1935-1963
160/3
Lytle 880
1905-1932
160/4
MacDuffle Property
1921-1927
160/5
Manchester 8800
1923-1931
160/6
McBrady 320
1923-1932
160/7
Bigelow 320
1925-1928
160/8
McBride 240
1935-1940
160/9
McBride 240
1927-1935
160/10
McGill 370
1923-1930
160/11
McGregor Lake 160
1946-1954
160/12
McMahon 320
1933-1945
160/13
McMahon 310
1926-1941
160/14
McMahon Property
1916-1934
160/15
Merriman Loan
1933-1935
160/16
Miller, Wick-Meagher and Dawson Counties
1925-1928
160/17
Miller, Wick-Meagher and Dawson Counties
1925-1926
161/1
Mining-Sheridan
1940-1946
161/2
Minks 161, 320
1926-1936
161/3
Minks 161
1935-1940
161/4
Minks-Bower 251A
1938
161/5
Minks 480
1935
161/6
Mitchell 161
1927-1931
161/7
Moe 240
1923-1927
161/8
Montgomerk
1925-1931
161/9
Murphy 161
1939-1940
161/10
Murphy 161
1945-1954
161/11
Murphy Property-23-11
1931-1939
161/12
Murphy property
1926-1939
161/13
Nyack Timben
1931
161/14
Oil and Gas Leases
1947-1957
161/15
Oil and Gas Leases
1943-1946
161/16
Oil-Friend 320
1943-1962
161/17
Oil and Gas Lease 1 and 9 Tracts
1936
162/1
Oil and Gas Leases
1944-1946
162/2
Oil and Gas Leases
1940-1954
162/3
Oil and Gas
1932-1957
162/4
Oil and Gas
1943-1947
162/5
Oil and Gas
1927-1939
162/6
Oil and Gas Lease Blackfeet Tribal Lands
1935-1937
162/7
Oil and Gas Blackfeet Tribal Lands
1937-1938
162/8
Oil and Gas-Black Hills
1936-1937
162/9
Oil and Gas-Hay Lake
1930-1932
162/10
Oil and Gas
1928-1935
162/11
Oil and Gas
1926-1930
162/12
Pfister 295
1932-1940
163/1
Pierce 40
1938
163/2
Pierce 75
1942-1946
163/3
Pierce 80
1929-1947
163/4
Pierce 120
1926-1939
163/5
Pierce 160
1926-1959
163/6
Pierce 240
1936-1947
163/7
Pierce 280
1929-1964
163/8
Pierce 280
1926-1939
163/9
Pierce Property
1927-1942
Mapdrawer
OS
Plat map of Pleasant Valley, Montana
1912
Box/Folder
163/10
Power
1926
163/11
Property Damages
1911-1921
163/12
Ranney
1914-1927
163/13
Reckards 320
1921-1927
163/14
Reid 320
1932-1941
163/15
Reid 320
1931-1938
163/16
Reid 320
1939-1944
163/17
Reid 320
1918-1934
164/1
Reis 160
1925-1935
164/2
Reis 160
1925-1954
164/3
Rhoades 320
1924-1935
164/4
Robinson 160
1935-1952
164/5
Robinson 160
1927-1929
164/6
Robinson 160
1939-1961
164/7
Robinson 160
1929-1933
164/8
Robinson 160
1921-1927
164/9
Robinson 160
1925-1928
164/10
Ronne 480
1926-1936
164/11
Ronne 480
1929-1939
164/12
Ronne 480
1911-1929
164/13
Roscoe Property
1912-1923
164/14
Roscoe 1440
1930-1942
165/1
Sanborn Property
1919-1924
165/2
Harry P. Stanford Estate-Buyers
1935-1958
165/3
Estate of Henry F. Sanborn (Sanborn/Edward 320 and Humble 160)
1930-1937
165/4
Sands 199
1930-1935
Mapdrawer
OS
Plat map of Sand Coulee Ranch
1914
Box/Folder
165/5
Sand Coulee Ranch
1916-1945
165/6
Sand Coulee Ranch
1942-1946
165/7
Sand Coulee Ranch-Coal
1938-1940
165/8
Skillen South 160
1929
165/9
Skillen North 160
1929
165/10
Skillen 800
1928
165/11
Skillen 320
1910-1929
165/12
Skillen 320
1927-1930
165/13
Smith 320
1925-1934
165/14
Smith 320
1921-1929
165/15
Smith 243
1927-1935
165/16
Smith 243
1921-1932
165/17
Smith/Howe 320
1927-1930
165/18
Smith/Howe 160
1930
166/1
Spitzenberg
1925
166/2
Sprague 160
1919-1948
166/3
Sprague 160
1926-1934
Mapdrawer
OS
Plat map of Stanford Point, Flathead County, Montana
undated
Box/Folder
166/4
Stansberry 160
1921-1938
166/5
Stansberry 160
1938-1946
166/6
Stansberry 156
1912-1924
166/7
State 132
1931-1934
166/8
State 320
1935-1944
166/9
State 132
1931-1934
166/10
State 136
1933
166/11
State 130
1930-1931
166/12
State 139
1932
166/13
Stillwater 960
1938
166/14
Stotler 157
1925-1952
166/15
Stotler 160
1927-1935
166/16
Stotler 160
1920-1928
166/17
Stotler 167
1925
166/18
Strouf 2420
1925-1929
166/19
Strouf 2420
1941-1960
166/20
Strouf 2420
1929-1934
166/21
Strouf 2420
1938-1941
167/1
Strouf 2420
1927-1932
167/2
Strouf 2520
1930
167/3
Strouf 240 and undated
167/4
Strouf 270
1932
167/5
Suiste 280
1925-1944
167/6
Suiste 280
1919-1926
167/7
Suiste 160
1924-1938
167/8
Sumner 320
1931-1942
167/9
Sun River Ranch
1938
167/10
Sutherland 320
1931-1942
167/11
Swartz 160
1938
167/12
Swartz 160
1921-1931
167/13
Tarling 320
1921-1941
167/14
Teulon 160
1921-1939
167/15
Teulon 160
1921-1939
167/16
Teulon 160
1927-1955
167/17
Thompson 320
1934
167/18
Tingley 227
1930-1940
167/19
Tingley Property
1925-1936
167/20
Tingley Property
1919-1932
168/1
Turk 160
1921-1936
168/2
Tuss 313
1923-1934
168/3
Umbdenstock Property
1923-1936
168/4
Umbdenstock 600, 760
1923-1942
168/5
Umbdenstock and Schlick 130
1935-1949
168/6
Umbdenstock 760
1942-1944
168/7
Valier-Montana Land And Water Company
1948-1962
168/8
Van Sant Property
1931-1938
168/9
Waris 240
1927-1932
168/10
Water
1905-1926
168/11
Wells 160
1926-1928
168/12
Wescott 40
1929
168/13
Wheat 1949
1948-1950
168/14
Wheat 1949
1948-1950
169/1
Wheat
1949-1950
169/2
Wheat
1951-1952
169/3
Wheat
1950-1953
169/4
Wheat
1948-1957
169/5
Wheat
1942-1946
169/6
Wheat
1942-1946
169/7
Wheat
1947-1950
169/8
Wilcox 160
1933-1939
169/9
Wilcox 160
1927-1935
169/10
Wilcox 160
1926-1930
169/11
Williams 320
1942-1958
169/12
Williams 320
1917-1935
169/13
Williams 320
1926-1962
169/14
Williams 320
1914-1963
169/15
Willson 1240
1936
170/1
Willson 960
1905-1931
170/2
Willson Property
1935-1941
170/3
Willson Property
1923-1939
170/4
Young 640
1930-1945
170/5
Wolff 323
1930-1945
170/6
Wolff 130
1934-1945
170/7
Wolff 323
1923-1935
170/8
Wolff Property
1925-1945
170/9
Wolff 323, 130
1911-1937
170/10
Zimmerman 320
1928-1936
170/11
Zimmerman 322
1933
170/12
Zimmerman 3231
1928-1930
Mapdrawer
OS
Plat map of C.H. Campbell & Son Deeded Land for Sale
circa 1916
OS
Plat map of C.H. Campbell & Son holdings near Dupuyer and Valier, Montana
undated
Subseries 2: George Campbell, Personal Records
These personal documents pertain to George Campbell's family genealogy as well as papers compiled during his years in high school, personal correspondence, and financial accounts.
1863-1966
Box/Folder
171/1
902-Tract
1931
171/2
House Sale-902 6th Ave. N.
1932-1937
171/3
George Campbell WWI
1917-1919
171/4
Genealogy
1888-1917
171/5
Articles relating to livestock
ca. 1863
171/6
Personal Correspondence
1903-1938
171/7
George Campbell-writings and school related items
1903
171/8
George Campbell-high school history notebook
undated
171/9
George Campbell-daily notebook
undated
171/10
Autograph book
1870-1921
171/11
Correspondence incoming-Mrs. C.H. Campbell
undated
171/12
Correspondence -business
1924-1928
172/1
Correspondence-business
1909-1923
172/2
Correspondence-business
1924-1966
172/3
Correspondence incoming -Mr. C.H. Campbell from George Campbell
1922-1932
172/4
Correspondence incoming-George Campbell from C.H. Campbell
1922
172/5
Correspondence incoming-George Campbell
1930-1959
172/6
Correspondence out going-George Campbell
1930-1948
172/7
Correspondence incoming-George Campbell from Alicia Campbell
1932-1947
172/8
Papers-Vernon Hall and Yale University
1930-1946
172/9
Children
1932-1948
173/1
Audit Report
1931
173/2
Bills Receivable
1910-1917
173/3
Bills Receivable
1917-1932
173/4
From Book
1913-1919
173/5
Insurance
1915-1934
173/6
Personal Account Papers
1911-1932
173/7
Loans
1916-1965
173/8
Montana Lands
1911-1928
173/9
Insurance
1907-1908
174/1
Petty Cash Journal
1919-1926
174/2
Stock Certificates
1890-1954
174/3
Tax Records
1890-1934
174/4
Income Tax-Campbell and Son
1921-1935
174/5
Income Tax-George and Alicia Campbell
1939-1964
174/6
Trial Balance
1923-1931
174/7
The First Congregation Church of Great Falls-Donation Papers
1911
174/8
Brisbee Ranch and Horn Ranch Analysis
1913
174/9
Hamphrey Ranch Analysis
1913
Subseries 3: Abstracts and Agreements
Abstracts and Agreements holds legal documents for C.H. Campbell and Son's land concerns.
1887-1962
Box/Folder
175/1
Abstracts
1887
175/2
Abstracts
1896-1914
175/3
Abstracts
1916-1918
175/4
Abstracts
1917-1935
175/5
Property Maps
1887-1940
175/6
Kenneth B. McIver vs. Charles H. Campbell
undated
176/1
Abstracts
1897-1907
176/2
Abstracts
1910-1913
176/3
Abstracts
1914
176/4
Abstracts
1933
177/1
Abstracts
1888-1918
177/2
Abstracts
1923-1924
177/3
Agreements
1911-1929
177/4
Agreements
1928-1930
177/5
Agreements
1931-1943
177/6
Loans/Deeds
1900-1929
177/7
Land Office Documents
1933
178/1
Agreements
1906-1917
178/2
Agreements
1919-1922
178/3
Agreements
1923-1926
178/4
Agreements
1927-1939
178/5
Agreements
1943-1954
179/1
Agreements
1905-1913
179/2
Agreements
1915-1920
179/3
Agreements
1923-1926
179/4
Agreements
1927-1930
179/5
Agreements
1931-1954
180/1
Agreements
1889-1916
180/2
Agreements
1917-1924
180/3
Agreements
1925-1926
180/4
Agreements
1927-1930
180/5
Agreements
1931-1945
180/6
Agreements
1946-1953
181/1
Agreements
1895-1908
181/2
Agreements
1909-1922
181/3
Agreements
1924-1943
181/4
George Allen
1920
181/5
Ruby Allen
1917
181/6
Vicene Arbanas
1920
181/7
W.M. Beebe
1914-1928
182/1
Ada S. Bently
1912
182/2
Philip Bootsma
1913-1919
182/3
Philip Bootsma
1920-1954
182/4
Boston-Perkins
1951-1957
182/5
George C. Bower
1907
182/6
Bower
1916-1959
182/7
Bower-Perkins
1926-1941
182/8
Bower-Perkins
1942-1962
182/9
Bower-Perkins
1908
182/10
Box Elder Livestock Co.
1903
182/11
BWS-GHC-Sanborn
1925-1961
Subseries 4: Charles C. Campbell/Phoebe Huggins
Charles C. Campbell/ Phoebe H. Huggins encompasses legal documents and correspondence concerning to a paternity suit brought against Charles C. Campbell by Phoebe H. Huggins.
1951-1956
Box/Folder
183/1
Charles C. Campbell/ Phoebe A. Huggins
1951-1952
183/2
Charles C. Campbell/ Phoebe A. Huggins
1952
183/3
Charles C. Campbell/ Phoebe A. Huggins
1952-1953
183/4
Phoebe A. Huggins vs. Charles C. Campbell
1953-1956
183/5
Phoebe A. Huggins vs. Charles C. Campbell
1953-1956
183/6
Correspondence-Phoebe A. Huggins vs. Charles C. Campbell
1952-1956
183/7
Correspondence-Charles C. Campbell
1952-1954
Subseries 5: Charles C. Conrad Correspondence
This Subseries contains both incoming and outgoing correspondences with his father George Campbell and his grandfather, C.H. Campbell.
1906-1966
Box/Folder
184/1
Correspondence incoming-Charles C. Campbell
1944-1946
184/2
Correspondence incoming-Charles C. Campbell
1947-1951
184/3
Correspondence incoming-Charles C. Campbell
1952
184/4
Correspondence incoming-Charles C. Campbell
1952-1958
184/5
Correspondence outgoing-Charles C. Campbell
1946-1966
184/6
Financial Records-Charles C. Campbell
1906-1946
184/7
Charles C. Campbell-Flathead High School
1941-1945
184/8
Correspondence-Charles C. Campbell: Yale University
1945-1949
184/9
Charles C. Campbell-Air Force
1948-1968
184/10
Family Legal Records-Charles C. Campbell
1953-1954
184/11
Correspondence-George Campbell
1946-1953
184/12
Correspondence-C.H. Campbell
1928-1933
184/13
Correspondence-C.H. Campbell
1934-1939
185/1
Correspondence incoming-Charles C. Campbell
1932-1947
185/2
Correspondence incoming-Charles C. Campbell
1948-1960
185/3
Correspondence outgoing-Charles C. Campbell
1946-1952
185/4
Correspondence outgoing-Charles C. Campbell
1953-1963
185/5
Correspondence-Medical Records: Charles C. Campbell
1946-1949
185/6
Correspondence-Amplitude Tests: Charles C. Campbell
1948
185/7
Correspondence-University of Washington: Charles C. Campbell
1948-1949
Subseries 6: Charles Conrad Campbell: Legal Documents and Financial Records
Charles Conrad Campbell, legal and financial records contains documentation, correspondence and account books regarding C.H. Campbell & Son Co. It also contains legal records from the court case George Campbell vs. Charles H. Campbell.
1895-1966
Box/Folder
186/1
Correspondence-George Campbell vs. Charles H. Campbell
1911-1935
186/2
Correspondence-George Campbell vs. Charles H. Campbell
1936-1959
186/3
Legal Documents-George Campbell vs. Charles H. Campbell
1936-1955
186/4
Legal Documents-George Campbell vs. Charles H. Campbell
1956-1962
186/5
News Articles-George Campbell vs. George Campbell vs. Charles H. Campbell
1957-1959
187/1
Legal Documents-George Campbell
1913-1926
187/2
Correspondence-George Campbell
1959-1960
187/3
News Articles-George Campbell
1960
187/4
Financial Records-George Campbell
1959-1960
187/5
Surrendered Oil and Gas-George Campbell
1934-1943
187/6
Legal Documents-Charles H. Campbell
1907
187/7
Cattle and Horse Brands
1895-1931
187/8
Loans-George Campbell
1913-1929
187/9
Legal Documents-George Campbell/ T.H. Collins
1916
187/10
C.E. Conrad Estate Proxy Fight
1934
187/11
Contracts
1895-1916
187/12
Contracts
1917-1921
188/1
Contracts
1923-1942
188/2
John C. Crowley
1920
188/3
Alma Bruce
1907-1916
188/4
Mary Cutting Smith
1956-1957
188/5
Gas and Oil Bonds
1952-1961
188/6
Financial Records
1966
188/7
Correspondence-Land Documents
1920-1961
188/8
Correspondence-Land Documents
1910-1938
188/9
Correspondence-Land Documents
1939-1961
188/10
Correspondence-George H. Campbell vs. Charles H. Campbell
1934-1954
188/11
Correspondence-George Campbell
1930-1937
188/12
Deeds
1901-1917
Subseries 7: Legal and Financial Documents
Legal and Financial Documents, 1851-1966 holds land documentation, including deeds, mortgages, and various other financial information relating to land concerns and businesses owned by C.H. Campbell and Son Co.
1851-1966
Box/Folder
189/1
Deeds
1894-1900
189/2
Deeds
1901-1904
189/3
Deeds
1905-1907
189/4
Deeds
1908-1962
189/5
Harry S. Demarest
1916
189/6
Harry S. Demarest
1917-1929
190/1
Denneny
1908-1914
190/2
Easements
1905-1946
190/3
John Ferguson
1903-1926
190/4
John Ferguson Jr.
1916-1917
190/5
Maggie Flynn
1907-1915
190/6
Foreclosure
1928
190/7
Frederick W. Gilcher
1914-1937
190/8
John A. Gist
1913
190/9
Gjullin
1912-1928
190/10
A. Gortemoller and G.C. Beatty
1911-1915
190/11
Grasswick
1909-1946
190/12
Foltz vs. Grasswick, Ranney
1913-1927
191/1
Geer and Gale Cattle
1912
191/2
Fred Gustafson
1910-1924
191/3
Harlow
1926-1929
191/4
John H. Town and Hazel Edith Town
1911-1915
191/5
Chas A. Hillstrand
1924-1925
191/6
Frederick W. M. Hollinger
1911-1943
191/7
Home Mining Company
1912-1911
191/8
Calvin E. Hubbard
1929
191/9
Insurance
1913-1919
191/10
Insurance
1924-1960
191/11
Edwin E. James
1917-1932
191/12
Jessup Milling Company Report
1911-1912
191/13
Jessup Doe Milling Company
1916-1912
191/14
Jessup-Smith/Doe
1890-1920
192/1
William E. Johnson
1929
192/2
Lewis Josephson
1929-1924
192/3
Kalispell Company
1921-1921
192/4
A. S. Keesling
1929-1930
192/5
Elmer Keller
1921-1949
192/6
John C. Kiehlbaugh
1924-1934
192/7
F.D. Kingsburg
1909-1922
192/8
Leases Rejected
1928-1936
192/9
Ethel Lewis
1928
192/10
Carl H. Lindh
1924-1927
192/11
Loans
1923-1931
192/12
Howard F. Layman
1917-1921
193/1
F. Marion Contracts
1902-1930
193/2
Marshall
1909
193/3
Albert McGill
1919-1930
193/4
Merchants National Bank
1896
193/5
Sidney S. Merriman
1930-1934
193/6
Will Merriman
1903-1930
193/7
Mining Deeds
1890-1898
193/8
Mining Claims
1890-1935
193/9
Indentures
1889-1946
193/10
George H. Campbell-Public Notary Certificate
1930
193/11
Mortgage-George C. Bower
1911
193/12
Mortgage-Herbert P. Lehowen
undated
193/13
Mortgage
1946
193/14
Correspondence-George H. Campbell
1925-1947
194/1
Montana Land Agency vs. George Campbell
1911-1944
194/2
Montana Land Agency vs. George Campbell
1945-1946
194/3
Montana/Idaho Investment
1909-1928
194/4
Montana 8th Circuit Court
1890-1926
194/5
Montana 8th Circuit Court
1927-1961
194/6
Montana 9th Circuit Court
1943
194/7
Emil Grasswick
1910-1920
194/8
17th Judicial District Court Montana-Northwest Ranch
1942
194/9
11th Judicial District Court Montana
1942-1949
194/10
Morrison
1941-1946
195/1
Mortgages
1893-1907
195/2
Mortgages
1908-1911
195/3
Mortgages
1912-1913
195/4
Mortgages
1914-1917
195/5
Mortgages
1918-1922
195/6
Mortgages
1922-1937
195/7
Mortgages
1938-1962
196/1
Northwestern Ranch Company
1912-1929
196/2
Bank Notes
1916-1932
196/3
Bank Notes-First National Bank
1913-1931
196/4
Patents
1890-1896
196/5
Patents
1897-1903
196/6
Patents
1904-1915
196/7
Peterson
1934
196/8
Anna M. Phipps
1966
196/9
Forest M. Pinkerton
1919-1924
196/10
Pleasant Valley Land and Cattle Company
1918
196/11
Pleasant Valley Land and Cattle Company
1918
197/1
Robert Pogreba
1920
197/2
Probate
1901-1910
197/3
Probate
1912
197/4
Probate
1913-1943
197/5
Profits
1924-1927
197/6
Profits
1930
197/7
Ebenezer G. Ranney
1909-1925
197/8
Joseph A. Rioux
1916
197/9
S.B. Robbins
1914
197/10
Juliette Rubottom. 1917-1922
197/11
Sanborn
1907-1961
198/1
Sanborn
1914-1952
198/2
Satisfactions
1912-1925
198/3
Ralph J. Schultz and Norman E. Wood
1964-1966
198/4
Schultz vs., Campbell
1961-1966
198/5
Charles Sheble
1917-1924
198/6
Jessis M. Smart
1916
198/7
Abram Smith
1917
198/8
Smith and Paul
1956-1957
198/9
Somers Lumber
1915-1922
198/10
Alice M. Splan
1920-1925
198/11
Elpha L. Steele
1917
198/12
Wm. H. Stevens
1916
198/13
Stockings
1903-1918
198/14
Strouf
1939-1957
199/1
Strouf
1916-1952
199/2
Sullen V. Harris-Montana Supreme Court
1907-1910
199/3
Sun River
1900-1911
199/4
Alfred Tarling
1896-1917
199/5
Teulon
1915-1920
199/6
Engel J. Tofte
1905-1909
199/7
Trees
1914-1937
199/8
Turner
1917-1954
199/9
Joseph Umbdenstock
1938
199/10
Water
1895-1911
199/11
C.C. Webber
1918-1919
199/12
Clarence E. Wheeler
1918-1925
199/13
Henry E. Wood
1910-1915
199/14
Sam H. Wood
1903
199/15
Woodland
1958-1961
199/16
Untitled land documents
1910-1957
199/17
Financial Pamphlets
undated
199/18
Stock
undated
199/19
Insurance
undated
200/1
Correspondence incoming-George Campbell
1852-1896
200/2
Correspondence incoming-Adeline D. Campbell
undated
200/3
Correspondence incoming-C.H. Campbell
1891-1896
200/4
Correspondence outgoing, George Campbell
1861-1868
200/5
Financial Records
1871-1922
200/6
Legal Documents
1851-1854
200/7
Legal Documents
1862-1866
200/8
Legal Documents
1874-1875
200/9
Legal Documents
1852-1883
200/10
Correspondence-F.G. and Emma Campbell
1889-1925
200/11
Reports, Wilson Bar Mines (Powell County)
undated
201/1
Correspondence-C.H. Campbell
1913-1919
201/2
Correspondence-C.H. Campbell
1923-1929
201/3
Correspondence-C.H. Campbell
1931-1939
201/4
Correspondence-C.H. Campbell
1940-1947
201/5
Correspondence-George Campbell
1953-1958
201/6
Correspondence-George Campbell
1962-1963
201/7
Cash Book
1914-1936
201/8
Check Register
1914-1943
201/9
Tax, Capital, Stock
1918-1945
201/10
Campbell/Beebe
1911-1962
202/1
Campbell/Beebe
1911-1960
202/2
Campbell/Beebe
1934-1965
202/3
Minutes-Campbell/Beebe
1913
202/4
Titles-Campbell/Beebe
1913-1916
202/5
Annual Reports-Campbell/Beebe
1928-1939
202/6
Clippings-Campbell
1938-1957
214/1
Financial Records-Tax-Montana Corporate
1916-1949
214/2
Financial Records-Tax-Montana Corporate
1913-1963
Volume
12
C.H. Campbell & Son, loan register
1890-1931
13
C.H. Campbell financial ledger
1900-1907
14
C.H. Campbell & Son, loan register
1907-1930
15
C.H. Campbell & Son financial ledger
1908, 1912, and 1925
16
George Campbell financial journal
1909-1910
17
Campbell-Beebe Land Company financial accounts
1911-1935
Box/Folder
208/18
C.H. Campbell & Son transferred accounts from personal ledger
1912-1925
208/19
C.H. Campbell & Son transferred accounts from personal ledger M to R
1912-1925
209/20
C.H. Campbell & Son transferred accounts from personal ledger S to Z
1912-1925
209/21
C.H. Campbell account book
1912-1927
box-volume
247 OS/22
C.H. Campbell & Son cash book
1912-1913 and 1925-1927
Box/Folder
210/23
C.H. Campbell & Son financial accounts
1912-1929
210/24
C.H. Campbell household expense ledger
1912-1927
210/25
C.H. Campbell financial accounts
1912-1927
211/26
C.H. Campbell & Son transferred accounts from general ledger L to Z
1912-1928
Volume
27
C.H. Campbell & Son financial account journal
1913-1925
Box/Folder
211/28
C.H. Campbell & Son transferred accounts from general ledger for Sand Coulee Ranch, Lower Sun River Ranch, and Upper Sun River Ranch
1913-1925
212/29
C.H. Campbell & Son transferred accounts from general ledger G-L
1913-1925
Volume
30
Campbell-Beebe Land Company financial journal
1914-1935
31
C.H. Campbell & Son mortgages ledger
1914-1935
32
C.H. Campbell & Son financial journal
1916-1920
33
C.H. Campbell & Son, First National Bank accounts
1918-1931
34
C.H. Campbell & Son loan register
1918-1939
36
C.H. Campbell & Son financial ledger
1920-1929
Box/Folder
212/37
C.H. Campbell & Son general ledger
1925-1933
Volume
38
C.H. Campbell & Son cash book
1927-1936
39
C.H. Campbell & Son account book
1929-1936
40
C.H. Campbell & Son financial agreements
1921-1931
41
C.H. Campbell & Son financial accounts
1912-1925
Subseries 8: Scrapbooks and Memorabilia
The contents of this Subseries are scrapbooks from Mrs. C.E. Stanford and C.H. Campbell along with various memorabilia from travels and items relating to personal interests.
1849-1940
Box/Folder
203/1
Scrapbook-Mrs. C.E. Stanford
1882-1884
203/2
Scrapbook-Mrs. C.E. Stanford
ca. 1882
203/3
Scrapbook
1896-1898
203/4
Scrapbook
1898-1901
203/5
Scrapbook
ca. 1862
203/6
Scrapbook-House
undated
204/1
Delineation of Characters from Handwriting by Mr. J. Warren
1849
204/2
Lectures on Chemistry by Professor C.A. Goessmann taken by C.H. Campbell, Amherst, Mass
1875
204/3
Lectures in Botany by S. Clark taken by C.H. Campbell
1876
204/4
Scrapbook
undated
204/5
Scrapbook-Mary L. Wardwell.
204/6
Scrapbook
undated
205/1
Taxidermy-Harry Stanford
ca. 1908
205/2
Taxidermy-Harry Stanford
1910-1920
205/3
Taxidermy-Harry Stanford
undated
205/4
Taxidermy-Harry Stanford
1896-1930
205/5
Taxidermy-Harry Stanford
undated
205/6
Taxidermy-Harry Stanford
1905-1913
206/1
Publications
1874-1893
206/2
Publications
1896-1910
206/3
Publications
1911-1926
206/4
Travel Memorabilia
1879-1940
206/5
Twenty-five Year Record-Class of 1910-Yale University
1936
207/1
Bulletins and Playbills
1887-1914
207/2
Playbills
1904-1912
207/3
Ku Klux Klan
undated
207/4
H.P. Stanford correspondence
1898, 1901 and undated
207/5
H.P. Stanford correspondence (oncoming and outgoing)
1900, 1914, undated
207/6
Financial records
1898
207/7
Clippings
1881-1895
207/8
Clippings
1896-1898
207/9
Clippings
1899-1914
207/10
Clippings
1931-1933 and undated
Subseries 9: Oversize Items
2 oversize boxes
Oversize Items contains a poster featuring President Taft and various maps of the Conrad Cemetery in Kalispell and of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
1856-1944
Box/Folder
221OS/1
Poster featuring President Taft
undated
221OS/2
Map of Conrad Cemetery, Kalispell
undated
221OS/3
Map of Conrad Cemetery, Kalispell
undated
221OS/4
Map of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
March 21, 1891
222OS/1
Chesterfield Reporter
January 18, 1856
222OS/2
Morning Chronicle
July 4, 1873
222OS/3
The River Press
May 31, 1882
222OS/4
The Benton Daily Record
March 5, 1884
222OS/5
The Kalispell Graphic
December 30, 1892
222OS/6
The Inter Lake
December 30, 1892
222OS/7
The Columbian
January 12, 1893
222OS/8
The Daily Tribune
January 13, 1893
222OS/9
The Inter Lake
February 3, 1893
222OS/10
Flathead Herald Journal
February 10, 1893
222OS/11
The Kalispell Graphic
March 1, 1893
222OS/12
The Kalispell Graphic
March 15, 1893
222OS/13
The Inter Lake
April 14, 1893
222OS/14
The Kalispell Graphic
April 26, 1893
222OS/15
The St. Paul Daily News
June 7, 1893
222OS/16
The Daily Pioneer Press
June 8, 1893
222OS/17
The Kalispell Graphic
July 12, 1893
222OS/18
The Kalispell Graphic
July 14, 1893
222OS/19
The Kalispell Graphic
July 19, 1893
222OS/20
Flathead Herald Journal
July 21, 1893
222OS/21
Flathead Herald Journal
August 11, 1893
222OS/22
The Kalispell Graphic
February 28, 1894
222OS/23
The Inter Lake
April 6, 1894
222OS/24
The Inter Lake
August 24, 1894
222OS/25
The Inter Lake
November 9, 1894
222OS/26
The Kalispell Graphic
January 2, 1895
222OS/27
The Daily Inter Ocean
January 2, 1895
222OS/28
The Denver American
November 16, 1895
222OS/29
The Inter Lake
July 31, 1896
222OS/30
Freedom
December 24, 1898
222OS/31
Great Falls Evening Leader
November 27, 1902
222OS/32
Great Falls Daily Tribune
November 28, 1902
222OS/33
The Helena Independent
November 28, 1902
222OS/34
The Butte Miner
November 28, 1902
222OS/35
The Kalispell Bee
December 2, 1902
222OS/36
The Weekly Star
September 1, 1911
222OS/37
The Kalispell Bee
June 12, 1914
222OS/38
The Old Town Promoter
August 7, 1944

Series XXXVII:  Photographs , 1852-1968 Return to Top

13.5 linear feet

The majority of the photos in this series are personal photos of family members, friends, and family vacations. Photos pertaining to western Montana also have a substantial presence. The series also includes photographs of real estate and various other business operations owned by the families.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
227/1
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd, Kalispell, MT
undated
227/2
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd: "Victory" and her calf
undated
227/3
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd, loading buffalo
undated
227/4
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd
undated
227/5
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd
undated
227/6
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd
undated
227/7
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd
undated
227/8
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd
undated
227/9
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd
undated
227/10
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd: "Kalispell Chip"
undated
227/11
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd
undated
227/12
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd
undated
227/13
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd
undated
227/14
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd
undated
227/15
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd
undated
227/16
Unidentified men on horses
undated
227/17
Taxidermy: buffalo
undated
227/18
Buffalo pelts
undated
227/19
C.E. Conrad buffalo ranch
undated
227/20
C.E. Conrad buffalo ranch
undated
227/21
C.E. Conrad buffalo ranch: Flathead range
undated
227/22
C.E. Conrad buffalo ranch, Kalispell, MT
undated
227/23
National Bison Range: "Paul Bunion"
undated
227/24
C.E. Conrad buffalo ranch
Dec., 1906
227/25
Smith Valley Buffalo Ranch
undated
227/26
Buffalo grazing
undated
227/27
Smith Valley Buffalo Ranch
undated
227/28
Buffalo grazing
undated
227/29
Fence
undated
227/30
Men in a buggy
undated
227/31
Livestock loading ramp
undated
227/32
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd grazing
undated
227/33
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd
undated
227/34
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd grazing
undated
227/35
Man with two buffalo
undated
227/36
Grazing buffalo
undated
227/37
Grazing buffalo, MT
undated
227/38
Buffalo: "The Best of the Herd"
undated
227/39
Grazing buffalo
Dec., 1906
227/40
Grazing buffalo
Dec., 1906
227/41
Calf with puppy and unidentified man
undated
227/42
Dr. Rod Houston with dancing bears
undated
227/43
Bear cub
undated
227/44
Bear
undated
227/45
Bear with unidentified woman
undated
227/46
Bear
undated
227/47
Bear
undated
227/48
White goose
undated
227/49
Grosbecks
Dec. 26, 1917
227/50
Rocky Mountain goats
Aug. 19, 1920
227/51
Sea gulls
Aug. 29, 1920
227/52
Great Blue Heron
1913
227/53
White goose (?)
undated
227/54
Bobcat swimming
undated
227/55
Mountain goats
undated
227/56
Cats
undated
227/57
Dog
undated
227/58
Squirrel
undated
227/59
Deer
undated
227/60
Ducks
undated
227/61
Ducks
undated
227/62
Bear rug
undated
227/63
Antlers
undated
227/64
Taxidermy, various animals
undated
227/65
Unidentified child on a replica of a mountain goat
undated
227/66
Mountain goat replica
undated
227/67
Bird
undated
227/68
Taxidermy: raccoon
undated
227/69
Coyote replica
undated
227/70
Birds
undated
227/71
Taxidermy: mountain goat
undated
227/72
Taxidermy: Elk (?)
undated
227/73
Geese (?)
undated
227/74
Hawk (?)
undated
227/75
Elk (?)
undated
227/76
Mountain goat
undated
227/77
Unidentified child on a replica of a mountain goat
undated
227/76
Elk replica
undated
227/77
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, antelope (?)
undated
227/78
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, deer (?)
undated
227/79
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, mountain sheep
undated
227/80
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, deer
undated
227/81
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, antlers
undated
227/82
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, unidentified man with bird
undated
227/83
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, unidentified man with birds
undated
227/84
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, deer
undated
227/85
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, beavers
undated
227/86
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, antelope
undated
227/87
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, mountain sheep (?)
undated
227/88
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, antelope
undated
227/89
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, buffalo
undated
227/90
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, eagle (?)
undated
227/91
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, deer
undated
227/92
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, unidentified animal
undated
227/93
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, Ptarmigan (?)
undated
227/94
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, fish and snake
undated
227/95
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, elk (?)
undated
227/96
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, fawn
1913
227/97
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, birds
undated
227/98
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, coyote
1913
227/99
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, duck
undated
227/100
Harry Stanford: taxidermy shop
ca. 1903
227/101
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, bear in a trap
undated
227/102
Joe Brooks and Chas Allard on horses, Conrad Buffalo Ranch
undated
227/103
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd: "Kalispell Chief," Kalispell, MT
undated
227/104
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Ranch, Kalispell, MT
undated
227/105
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd: buffalo in a corral, Kalispell, MT
undated
227/106
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, mountain sheep
undated
227/107
Buffalo
undated
227/108
W.G. Conrad and promoters of the Conrad Irrigation Project
undated
227/109
Champ Clark
undated
227/110
C.E. Smith Valley Ranch: buffalo grazing
undated
227/111
C.E. Smith Valley Ranch: buffalo grazing
undated
227/112
Men mending a fence
undated
227/113
Buffalo in a corral
undated
227/114
Robert Hume feeding a C.E. Conrad buffalo
undated
227/115
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd: grazing buffalo
undated
227/116
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd: grazing buffalo
undated
227/117
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd: grazing buffalo
undated
227/118
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd: grazing buffalo
undated
227/119
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, mountain sheep
undated
227/120
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, mountain sheep
undated
227/121
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, elk (?)
undated
227/122
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, mountain goats
undated
227/123
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, various animals
undated
227/124
Dr. R. Houston's trophy collection, Kalispell, MT
undated
227/125
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, various animals
undated
227/126
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, mountain sheep
undated
227/127
C.E. Conrad buffalo: Smith Valley Ranch, unidentified men in a wagon
undated
227/128
C.E. Conrad buffalo: calf-feeding
undated
227/129
C.E. Conrad buffalo: calf-feeding
undated
227/130
C.E. Conrad buffalo
undated
227/131
C.E. Conrad buffalo: Smith Valley Ranch, grazing buffalo
undated
227/132
C.E. Conrad buffalo: Smith Valley Ranch, Billy Spurgen (?) with calf
undated
227/133
C.E. Conrad buffalo: grazing buffalo
undated
228/1
George R. Campbell, Comstock, NY
undated
228/2
George R. Campbell with "Jack" and "Terry"
undated
228/3
Cousin Charley Campbell, Comstock, NY
undated
228/4
Stanton N. Campbell, Seventeen months old
undated
228/5
Emma Louise Campbell
undated
228/6
Lill (?) Campbell
undated
228/7
May W. Campbell
undated
228/8
Coat of arms: Ashby
undated
228/9
Gregory Fables (?)
undated
228/10
Lena Morris Campbell, four years old
undated
228/11
Helen L. Campbell
undated
228/12
Lizzie, thirteen years old and Brandon (?)
May 1888
228/13
Aunt Harriet Wilcox
undated
228/14
Dorothy Grace and Donald Gibson
1902
228/15
Yale University, Harkness Quadrangle
undated
228/16
George Campbell
undated
228/17
George Campbell
undated
228/18
Chas D. Conrad
May 13, 1893
228/19
Unidentified man, Inglis Studio photograph
circa 1900
228/20
Charles E. Conrad
undated
228/21
Hang, Chinese servant for Mrs. Conrad at Fort Benton
undated
228/22
Kate Conrad and others
undated
228/23
Catherine Conrad
circa 1920
228/24
Kate Conrad with others
undated
228/25
Minnie A. Conrad, two years old
undated
228/26
Josephine Conrad
undated
228/27
Unknown child
undated
228/28
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
228/29
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
228/30
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
228/31
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
228/32
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
228/33
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
228/34
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
228/35
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
228/36
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
228/37
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
228/38
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
228/39
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
228/40
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
228/41
C.E. Conrad's children: Catherine, Alicia, and Charles
undated
229/1
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
229/2
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
229/3
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
229/4
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
229/5
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
229/6
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
229/7
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
229/8
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
229/9
Alicia Campbell (Vick)
undated
229/10
Richard Vick Jr. and Chris Vick Jr.
Oct. 29, 1962
229/11
Sharon Alicia Vick Durado (?), daughter of Alicia Campbell Vick
undated
229/12
Sharon Alicia Vick Durado (?), daughter of Alicia Campbell Vick
undated
229/13
Alicia Campbell Vick
undated
229/14
Alicia Campbell Vick
undated
229/15
Alicia Campbell Vick
undated
229/16
Alicia Campbell Vick
undated
229/17
Alicia Campbell Vick
undated
229/18
Alicia Campbell Vick
undated
229/19
Alicia Campbell Vick
undated
229/20
Alicia Campbell Vick
undated
229/21
Alicia Campbell Vick
undated
229/22
Alicia Campbell Vick
undated
229/23
Alicia Conrad
undated
229/24
Alicia Conrad and unidentified man
undated
229/25
Alicia Conrad and unidentified man
undated
229/26
Alicia Conrad and unidentified man
undated
229/27
Alicia Conrad Campbell
undated
229/28
Gertrude Ashby, ten years old
Oct. 19, 1902
229/29
Alicia Conrad Campbell with unidentified woman
undated
229/30
Alicia D. Conrad
May 12, 1893
229/31
Alicia D. Conrad
undated
229/32
Alicia D. Conrad
May 12, 1893
229/33
Alicia D. Conrad
undated
229/34
Alicia D. Conrad
undated
229/35
Alicia D. Conrad
undated
229/36
Alicia D. Conrad
undated
229/37
Alicia D. Conrad
undated
229/38
Alicia D. Conrad
undated
229/39
C.D. Conrad, three months old
undated
229/40
C.D. Conrad
undated
229/41
C.D. Conrad
undated
229/42
C.D. Conrad
undated
229/43
C.D. Conrad
May 13, 1893
229/44
Alicia Ann Conrad
circa 1893
229/45
Alicia Conrad Campbell
undated
229/46
Alicia Conrad Campbell
undated
229/47
Alicia Conrad Campbell
undated
229/48
Charles D. Conrad
undated
229/49
Charles D. Conrad
undated
229/50
Charles D. Conrad
undated
230/1
Charles Conrad, eighteen years old
undated
230/2
Herb Skating
undated
230/3
Men in uniform
undated
230/4
Unidentified church
undated
230/5
Walter McCutcheon (?)
undated
230/6
Unidentified man with skies
undated
230/7
Unidentified man
undated
230/8
Unidentified man with automobile
undated
230/9
Unidentified man
undated
230/10
Unidentified man
undated
230/11
Webster Carlson (?)
undated
230/12
Webster Carlson (?)
undated
230/13
Webster Carlson with automobile
undated
230/14
General staff, armed forces
undated
230/15
Young Men's Collegiate and Jr. Berdman's Clouden Marching Society
undated
230/16
Jim Ford
1925
230/17
Military group
undated
230/18
Military men
undated
230/19
Unidentified man
undated
230/20
Family photo, unidentified
Dec. 1958
230/21
Unidentified man with two girls on the beach
undated
230/22
Unidentified boy
undated
230/23
Harry Wilson, Kalispell, MT
1940
230/24
Catherine Conrad with others
undated
230/25
James S. Stanford, three years old
Jan. 1886
230/26
James Stanford
undated
230/27
Mrs. Harry Stanford with dog "Jack," Oct. 1909
230/28
James Stanford
undated
230/29
James Stanford, Seven years old
undated
230/30
Harry P. Stanford
undated
230/31
Harry P. Stanford
undated
230/32
Harry Stanford, Seven years old
undated
230/33
Harry P. Stanford outside his shop with two unidentified men
1916
230/34
Stanford: unidentified house
undated
230/35
Stanford: lake scene
undated
230/36
Harry P. Stanford
undated
230/37
Unidentified woman with deer
undated
230/38
"Fifty's Cabin"
1921
230/39
Stanford: lake scene
undated
230/40
Stanford: river scene
undated
230/41
Stanford: two dogs
undated
230/42
Stanford: young boy climbing a tree
undated
230/43
Stanford: three unidentified men
undated
230/44
Stanford: dog retrieving waterfowl
undated
230/45
Stanford: pack horse and dog
undated
230/46
Harry P. Stanford with two unidentified men in an automobile
undated
230/47
Stanford: unidentified woman at camp
undated
230/48
Harry P. Stanford camping
undated
230/49
Stanford: cabin scene
undated
230/50
Harry P. Stanford on a ferry
undated
230/51
Stanford: lake scene
undated
230/52
Stanford: lake scene
undated
230/53
Stanford: "George's Chickadees"
Feb. 9, 1928
230/54
Stanford: lake scene
undated
230/55
Stanford: unidentified couple with child
undated
230/56
Stanford: dog
undated
230/57
Stanford: "Let" Foy (?), Bill Mooring, Dave Creig in front of an American flag
May 27, 1941
230/58
Stanford: Harry Stanford , Leo Grubb, and Saur Johns (?)
May 27, 1941
230/59
Stanford: unidentified boy
undated
230/60
Stanford: man with fish and dog
undated
230/61
Stanford: "Fritz's Cabin"
1921
230/62
Stanford: Hall's 2 1/2' trout
Sept. 1913
230/63
Catherine Conrad
undated
230/64
Charles E. Conrad, Jr.
undated
230/65
Walter McCutcheon (first husband of Alicia Conrad Campbell) with unidentified man
undated
230/66
Walter McCutcheon (?). undated
230/67
Walter Webster (?)
undated
230/68
A. J. Thiri with unidentified man, Buffalo, NY
undated
230/69
Three unidentified men
undated
230/70
Two unidentified men
undated
230/71
Group of men on horses
undated
230/72
Men in field, Valier, MT
undated
230/73
Unidentified men
undated
230/74
Howard Conrad Price Jr., ninth birthday
Aug. 23, 1923
230/75
James Stanford
undated
230/76
James S. Stanford, fifteen years old, Great Falls, Mt
undated
230/77
James S. Stanford, fourteen years old, Bethlehuer (?), PA.
230/78
Mrs. James Stanford with others
undated
230/79
Mrs. James Stanford
undated
230/80
Mrs. James Stanford
1917
230/81
James D. Stanford, sixteen years old
Jan. 12, 1914
230/82
John Alfred Stanford (son of Bob), five months old
undated
230/83
Three generations of James Stanford's
undated
230/84
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Stanford
1917
230/85
James T. Stanford with two unidentified Native Americans
undated
230/86
James T. Stanford
undated
230/87
James T. and Mary Stanford
1925
230/88
James T. Stanford
undated
230/89
James T. Stanford
undated
230/90
James Stanford
undated
230/91
James Stanford with unidentified man
undated
230/92
James Stanford
undated
230/93
James Stanford, with unidentified man and woman
undated
230/94
James Stanford with two unidentified men
undated
230/95
James Stanford
undated
230/96
James Stanford with dog
undated
230/97
James Stanford at his father's (James Stanford Sr.) grave, Dartmouth Episcopal Cemetery, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Sept., 1889
230/98
James T. Stanford, Great Falls, MT
June 1896
230/99
James T. Stanford, Brooklyn Bridge
Sept. 1898
230/100
James T. Stanford with unidentified man
undated
230/101
James T. Stanford
undated
230/102
James T. Stanford, Great Falls, MT
June 1896
230/103
James T. Stanford
undated
230/104
Military: James Stanford
undated
230/105
Boys feeding a deer
undated
230/106
Harry Stanford
undated
230/107
Harry P. Stanford
undated
230/108
Harry P. Stanford
undated
230/109
Harry Stanford
undated
230/110
Harry P. Stanford's taxidermy shop
undated
230/111
Harry P. Stanford in his taxidermy shop
undated
230/112
Harry P. Stanford in uniform
undated
230/113
Harry P. Stanford
ca. 1906
230/114
Harry P. Stanford, taxidermy shop with H.P. Stanford (?) on carriage
undated
230/115
Elk (?)
undated
230/116
Deer
undated
230/117
Deer
undated
230/118
H.P. Stanford with unidentified man
undated
230/119
Buffalo
undated
230/120
Artistic fence
undated
230/121
Stanford: field scene
undated
230/122
Stanford: unidentified man cooking outdoors
undated
230/123
Stanford: lake scene
undated
230/124
Stanford: "Gomas' Cabin"
1907
230/125
Two unidentified men and one woman by a tree
undated
230/126
Stanford: unidentified woman in the snow
undated
230/127
Stanford: Harry Stanford with dog
undated
230/128
Stanford: unidentified girl on a horse
undated
230/129
Stanford: unidentified woman in the snow
undated
230/130
Stanford: Dr. Little, "Dad" and A. M. Moore playing cards
undated
230/131
Stanford: taxidermy, moose
undated
230/132
Harry Stanford on left with unidentified man, hunting
undated
230/133
Stanford: Grace Gorduer fishing with Leo Kerr in the distance
1929
230/134
Stanford: Leo Kerr on the Middle Fork of the Stillwater
1929
230/135
Stanford: Grace Gorduer looking down the service box of the Stillwater
1929
230/136
Stanford: elk (?) in a field
undated
230/137
Stanford: tent at Goose Bay
May 1922
230/138
Stanford: bear with unidentified woman
undated
230/139
Stanford: unidentified couple with boy
undated
230/140
Stanford: Jim Hammond and unidentified man with elk (?)
undated
230/141
Leila Nofsinger Dieringer in her home, Kalispell, MT
undated
230/142
Mrs. James Stanford
undated
230/143
Mrs. James Stanford
undated
230/144
Eldest daughter of Mrs. Leila Derringer, Kalispell, MT
undated
230/145
James Stanford (son of James Stanford Sr.)
Dec. 1931
230/146
Major John Stanford
undated
230/147
Mrs. C.E. Conrad's father, James Stanford Sr., Halifax, Nova Scotia
undated
230/148
Andrew Jensen, Great Falls, MT
undated
230/149
Interior of the Northwestern National Bank: James Stanford, Great Falls, MT
undated
230/150
James T. Stanford
1923
230/151
Col. James T. Stanford: MT National Guard
undated
230/152
James T. Stanford: first Montana Volunteer Infantry camp
undated
230/153
Col. James Stanford
undated
230/154
James Stanford: First Montana Volunteer Infantry, First Regiment at Camp Robert B. Smith, Helena, MT
May, 1898
230/155
Col. James Stanford
undated
230/156
Harry Stanford
undated
230/157
Harry P. Stanford
undated
230/158
Harry Stanford
undated
230/159
George Houkan (?), age eighty-five
June 20, 1925
230/160
Mrs. James Stanford
undated
230/161
Mrs. James Stanford
undated
230/162
Major John Stanford
Dec. 1916
230/163
James Stanford in a group photo
undated
230/164
Col. James T. Stanford, MT Guard
undated
230/165
Harry Stanford
1914
230/166
Harry P. Stanford's taxidermy shop
undated
231/1
Sandra Reade, nineteen months old
June 14, 1949
231/2
Family photo, unidentified
undated
231/3
Unidentified woman and young child
Jan. 15, 1952
231/4
Woman and child, unidentified
undated
231/5
Family photo: unidentified
undated
231/6
Unidentified man and child
undated
231/7
Two women and one young girl, unidentified
undated
231/8
Man and child, unidentified
undated
231/9
Mrs. McKitteridge (?)
undated
231/10
Unidentified woman
undated
231/11
Group of women
undated
231/12
Catherine Todd, Mrs. W.E. Sullivan, and "Courarche" (?) at Bill Sullivan's Square Butte Ranch
1935
231/13
Family photo, unidentified
undated
231/14
Lois Cooney (?)
undated
231/15
"Peggy" Shelton at Grubbi's
1925
231/16
Bessie (?) St. Lammer Raymond
undated
231/17
Unidentified group of men and women
undated
231/18
Unidentified group of women and one young boy
undated
231/19
Unidentified young woman
undated
231/20
Unidentified woman sitting on the steps of a house
undated
231/21
Unidentified woman with cat, "Georgia Chums"
undated
231/22
Unidentified woman
undated
231/23
Unidentified woman with child
undated
231/24
Unidentified woman with child
undated
231/25
Unidentified man and woman
undated
231/26
Louise Davies
undated
231/27
Josephine Yeans (?)
undated
231/28
Unidentified woman
undated
231/29
Two unidentified women
undated
231/30
Unidentified woman
undated
231/31
Group of unidentified woman hiking
undated
231/32
Unidentified girl
undated
231/33
Unidentified children
undated
231/34
Unidentified baby
undated
231/35
Two unidentified girls
undated
231/36
Three unidentified children
undated
231/37
Dick Vick Sr., Sharon Byers, and Dick Vick Jr.
undated
231/38
Three unidentified children
undated
231/39
Unidentified child on tricycle
undated
231/40
Unidentified child
undated
231/41
Charles Conrad Campbell
undated
231/42
Unidentified boy
undated
231/43
Unidentified children at the Conrad Mansion
undated
231/44
Raymond H.S.
undated
231/45
Group of unidentified children
undated
231/46
Catherine Conrad
undated
231/47
Unidentified baby
undated
231/48
Unidentified girl
undated
231/49
Three unidentified girls
undated
231/50
Unidentified boy
undated
231/51
Charles Conrad Campbell on left with unidentified boy at the Conrad Mansion
undated
231/52
Three unidentified children
undated
231/53
Two unidentified boys
undated
231/54
Unidentified girl
undated
231/55
Unidentified girl
undated
231/56
Jack Herberg, twenty months old
undated
231/57
Unidentified group of girls
undated
231/58
Billy Conrad (?)
undated
231/59
Group of unidentified girls
undated
231/60
Barret Buck
undated
231/61
Three unidentified children
undated
231/62
Lena Morris
undated
231/63
Mrs. H.C. Durst
undated
231/64
Unidentified woman
1888
231/65
"Aunt Emma"
undated
231/66
Three unidentified women
undated
231/67
Unidentified young woman
undated
231/68
Margaret, one and a half years old
undated
231/69
Group of unidentified women
undated
231/70
Group of unidentified women
undated
231/71
Alicia Ann Conrad Campbell
undated
231/72
Two unidentified women
undated
231/73
Unidentified woman
undated
231/74
Family photo: unidentified
undated
231/75
Unidentified group of young women
undated
231/76
Two unidentified women
undated
231/77
Unidentified group of young women
undated
231/78
Two unidentified women and child
undated
231/79
Unidentified group of women
undated
231/80
Mrs. Conrad, "Mother on her eighty-fourth birthday"
July 24, 1852
231/81
Two unidentified women
undated
231/82
Unidentified woman and child undated
231/83
North West Mounted Police
undated
231/84
Unidentified woman
undated
231/85
Two unidentified women
undated
231/86
Unidentified woman and child
undated
231/87
Two unidentified women and child
undated
231/88
Unidentified family
undated
231/89
Two unidentified women
undated
231/90
Mona Cecilia Joy, Honolulu, Oahu
August 23, 1945
231/91
Unidentified boy bathing
undated
231/92
Unidentified woman (nurse)
undated
231/93
Group of unidentified women
undated
231/94
Unidentified man and two women
undated
231/95
E.A. Wood's Children, Gilman, MT (?)
July 1916
231/96
Two unidentified boys
undated
231/97
Three unidentified children on the east lawn on the Conrad Mansion
undated
231/98
Billy Conrad
undated
231/99
Unidentified child
undated
231/100
Catherine and Billy Conrad
undated
231/101
Billy and Catherine Conrad with two unidentified children
undated
231/102
Billy and Catherine Conrad with two unidentified children
undated
231/103
Catherine and Billy Conrad with two unidentified children
undated
231/104
Two unidentified children with dog undated
231/105
Two unidentified girls undated
231/106
Lou Cummings, nineteen months old
undated
231/107
Unidentified girl undated
231/108
Unidentified woman and child
undated
231/109
Unidentified baby
undated
231/110
Unidentified baby
undated
231/111
Two unidentified boys
undated
231/112
Unidentified girl
undated
231/113
Unidentified baby
undated
231/114
Unidentified boy
undated
231/115
Unidentified girl
undated
231/116
Unidentified girl
undated
231/117
E. Cummings (?), one-year-old
undated
231/118
Loward's (?) girls, Salem, OR
1913
231/119
Catherine Conrad, one year nine months old
March 1887
231/120
Unidentified baby
undated
231/121
Helen Sanders, three years two months old
Christmas, 1891
231/122
Unidentified baby
undated
231/123
Unidentified baby
undated
231/124
Catherine Conrad
undated
231/125
Two unidentified girls
undated
231/126
Wilson Baker, St. Louis, Missouri
May 1881
231/127
Three unidentified children
undated
231/128
Kelbe (?) and Shirley Gorham, Helena, MT
March 25, 1885
231/129
Two unidentified girls
undated
231/130
Doretha Clowes
undated
231/131
Two unidentified children
undated
231/132
Kokoa Conrad (daughter of C.D. and Kokoa Conrad)
undated
231/133
Unidentified woman
undated
231/134
Marie Blanche Cecilie Bossu dit Lionais [better known as Blanche Lionnais or Blanche Lionais], wife of Charles Edward Conrad Jr.
photo identification provided by Richard Hardesty, September 2010
circa 1900
231/135
Unidentified woman
undated
231/136
George Harfield Conrad (called Harfield Conrad), son of George William (W. G) Conrad and Fannie Bowen. b. 1883
photo identification provided by Richard Hardesty, September 2010
undated
231/137
Unidentified woman's wedding photo
undated
231/138
Unidentified woman
undated
231/139
Unidentified woman
undated
231/140
Pearl Carew
undated
231/141
Ida Fitcomb (?)
undated
231/142
Ruth A. Harding
December 1898
231/143
Lucy Fitcomb (?)
undated
231/144
Mrs. E.C. Erik, Christmas
1900
231/145
Willie and Maron Beck, Christmas 1902
231/146
Unidentified baby
June 4, 1910
231/147
Unidentified boy
1909
231/148
Group of unidentified children
undated
231/149
Raymond St. Laurent (?)
undated
231/150
Unidentified woman
undated
231/151
Helen (?)
1913
231/152
Unidentified woman
undated
231/153
Unidentified woman
undated
231/154
Unidentified woman
undated
231/155
Unidentified woman
undated
231/156
Unidentified woman
1909
231/157
Unidentified woman
undated
231/158
Two unidentified women
1911
231/159
Loll Goodale Bigcloy (?)
1915
231/160
Nelly Grant Cutting
undated
231/161
Mrs. Wardwell (?)
undated
231/162
Harriet Ellen Wilcox
August 1905
231/163
Unidentified woman
undated
231/164
Unidentified girl
undated
231/165
Unidentified woman
1913
231/166
Unidentified woman
undated
231/167
Lee and Bobby Jean
undated
231/168
Group of unidentified women
undated
231/169
Unidentified woman
undated
231/170
Two unidentified women
undated
232/1
Two unidentified women
undated
232/2
Unidentified woman
undated
232/3
Unidentified man and woman
undated
232/4
Unidentified couple
undated
232/5
Unidentified couple
undated
232/6
Unidentified group of men with automobile
undated
232/7
Unidentified men in an automobile
undated
232/8
Unidentified group in an automobile
undated
232/9
Two stage coaches, Big Hole, MT
1916
232/10
Three unidentified Women in a boat
undated
232/11
Unidentified girl
undated
232/12
Unidentified woman
undated
232/13
Unidentified woman
undated
232/14
Unidentified woman
undated
232/15
Unidentified woman
undated
232/16
Unidentified woman
undated
232/17
Nellie Elizabeth Robertson, second wife of John Howard Conrad
undated
232/18
Mary Harlin, second wife of J. T. Stanford
undated
232/19
Alice Harlin
undated
232/20
Mrs. E. McKenzie
undated
232/21
Catherine Conrad with group of unidentified women
undated
232/22
Unidentified woman
undated
232/23
Mable and Edith Earle
undated
232/24
Unidentified woman
undated
232/25
Group of unidentified women
undated
232/26
Mrs. Dickey
December 25, 1896
232/27
Unidentified woman
undated
232/28
Unidentified woman
undated
232/29
Mrs. Horace R. Buck (Mary), and son Blaine (?)
undated
232/30
Maria Ashby Conrad
undated
232/31
Unidentified woman
undated
232/32
Patricia Whitwell
undated
232/33
Troops in Butte
1914
232/34
Troops in Butte
1914
232/35
Troops in Butte
1914
232/36
Troops in Butte
1914
232/37
Troops in Butte
1914
232/38
Troops in Butte
1914
232/39
Troops in Butte
1914
232/40
Stanford: Russell Ranch
October 1920
232/41
Unidentified couple
undated
232/42
Unidentified couple
undated
232/43
T. Wagner (?)
October 1892
232/44
Unidentified group picnicking
undated
232/45
Mirugh (?) and Lou Ellis, Libby Creek County
1919
232/46
Unidentified men with pack horses
undated
232/47
Two unidentified women hunting with dogs
undated
232/48
Two unidentified children fishing
undated
232/49
Two unidentified girls in a canoe
undated
232/50
Unidentified group with pack horses
undated
232/51
Stanford: Reginia Troop on Jubilee, leading parade
ca. 1905
232/52
Stanford: RCMP, R.N.W.M. Police, Alberta, Canada (taken by Summer N. Malleson),
ca. 1905
232/53
Stanford: RCMP, group of unidentified men in a wagon with banner reading, "Mounted Police Veterans of 1873-4," (James T. Stanford is 2nd from left in back row, although he did not join the Mounties until 1875)
undated
232/54
Stanford: RCMP, D.W. Davis
ca. 1880
232/55
Stanford: RCMP, men on horses
undated
232/56
Stanford: RCMP, group photo of veterans (James T. Stanford, first from left in back row)
undated
232/57
Stanford: RCMP, Taft (?) Dewey and Mrs. MacLeod, Fort Calgary
1925
232/58
Charles Davenport Conrad
undated
232/59
Margaret E. Longmay (?), four years old
undated
232/60
Unidentified woman
undated
232/61
Unidentified girl
undated
232/62
Unidentified child
undated
232/63
Unidentified girl
undated
232/64
Unidentified child
undated
232/65
Mary Harlin
undated
232/66
Kate Harding
undated
232/67
Two unidentified males
undated
232/68
Unidentified woman
undated
232/69
Unidentified woman
undated
232/70
Unidentified woman
undated
232/71
Unidentified woman
undated
232/72
Unidentified woman
undated
232/73
Gertrude Longway
undated
232/74
Hector E. and Alice D. Clowes
undated
232/75
Unidentified group camping
undated
232/76
Stanford: RCMP
July 25, 1905
232/77
Stanford: RCMP, on horses
ca. 1905
232/78
Stanford: RCMP, 126 foot parade, D and H Divisions, N.W.M.P., Macleod, N.W.T., "December 18, 1890, Column of Sections," (reproduced)
July 20, 1908
232/79
Stanford: RCMP, Dedication of Calgary Monument, J.T. Stanford is third from left in upper group.
1925
232/80
Stanford: RCMP, Col. Walker and Stanford with Canadian and U.S. flags
1923
232/81
Stanford: RCMP, Fort McLeod
1883
232/82
Stanford: RCMP, group photo
ca. 1926
232/83
Stanford: RCMP, N.W.M. Police
July 25, 1905, reproduced July 20, 1908
232/84
Unidentified girl
undated
232/85
Frances
undated
232/86
Unidentified baby
undated
232/87
Davies (?) children
undated
232/88
Unidentified boy
undated
232/89
Baby Helen, nine months old
undated
232/90
Young woman, initials N.J.N.
undated
232/91
Unidentified woman
undated
232/92
Unidentified woman
undated
232/93
Harry Stanford: Halifax, Nova Scotia
undated
232/94
Unidentified woman
undated
232/95
Unidentified woman and child
undated
232/96
Stanford: Russell Ranch
October 1920
232/97
Stanford: Russell Ranch
October 1920
232/98
Stanford: Russell Ranch
October 1920
232/99
Stanford: Russell Ranch
October 1920
232/100
Unidentified couple
undated
232/101
Catherine Conrad Hammer and her husband, Henry Hammer
undated
232/102
Koaka Baldwin Conrad (wife of C.D. Conrad)
1914
233/1
Eliagon (?) Harlow (grandfather)
undated
233/2
Statue of Pierre Wilaux
ca. 1901
233/3
Unidentified group having lunch
undated
233/4
Unidentified man on wagon
undated
233/5
Gladys's, Marie Darling, three months old
undated
233/6
Bernice Wardwell
undated
233/7a
"Slippery Bill" Henry Morrison, Summit, MT
1915
233/7b
Lucy W. Tilcomb, 4 years, 8 months
1915
233/8
"The Boss and Jim"
undated
233/9
Robert F. Lind
undated
233/10
Unidentified man
undated
233/11
James S. Stanford
undated
233/12
Unidentified man
undated
233/13
B.B. Kelly
undated
233/14
Charlie Gorman
undated
233/15
Charlie Gorman
ca. 1906
233/16
Charlie Gorman, "Playing the troubadour"
ca. 1907
233/17
Alfred Bruce
undated
233/18
Unidentified man undated
233/19
A. Farsmile (?)
undated
233/20
Fred Harlon
undated
233/21
Two unidentified men
undated
233/22
G.H. Grubb, "Big Frank"
1899
233/23
Unidentified group of men
undated
233/24
Arthur (?) Harlow and Washington (?)
undated
233/25
Unidentified man swimming
undated
233/26
C.H.C. and E.G.R. on a carriage
undated
233/27
Unidentified man
undated
233/28
Benton D. Hackey
1898
233/29
Arthur F. Rice
undated
233/30
Two unidentified men
undated
233/31
Unidentified man
undated
233/32
Aunt Harriet, Edwin A. Wilcox, and Ellen
July 1900
233/33
Unidentified family
undated
233/34
Unidentified group
undated
233/35
Carl Hutton, six years old
undated
233/36
Bessie E. Jack, eight years old
undated
233/37
Tom Cummings
Aug. 1897
233/38
Unidentified baby
undated
233/39
Unidentified girl
undated
233/40
Unidentified baby
undated
233/41
Unidentified baby
undated
233/42
Unidentified girl
undated
233/43
Unidentified woman, and child
undated
233/44
Unidentified woman
undated
233/45
Unidentified woman, and child
undated
233/46
Group photo, I.D.'s on back of photo, taken at Ashley, MT
1890
233/47
Di (?) Gray, eighty-third birthday, Helena, MT
July 8, 1939
233/48
Two unidentified men
undated
233/49
Unidentified man, may be Mr. Howard
undated
233/50
Tim Holt (?), autographed photo
ca. 1947
233/51
Two unidentified men
undated
233/52
Unidentified man
undated
233/53
Tom Chester, Henry Dauhauser, Charlie Lighthall, Mord (?) Allen, Tom Staud (?), and Frank O' Brian, Spokane, WA
1899
233/54
Clare Lovelace, Kalispell, MT
undated
233/55
C. Horace Huffard
undated
233/56
Claude Lovelace, Kalispell, MT
undated
233/57
Warren Ashby Conrad
undated
233/58
H. W. Gibbon Stocken
undated
233/59
Charlie Smith, taken by G.N. Eurgr
undated
233/60
Frazette (?) Elmar Halford
undated
233/61
Shay Family
undated
233/62
Edwin D. Wilcox
March 28, 1906
233/63
Unidentified man
undated
233/64
Charles Conrad Campbell
undated
233/65
Unidentified couple
undated
233/66
Unidentified man
undated
233/67
Unidentified group
undated
233/68
Julia Sargent Davies, one year old
December 25, 1899
233/69
Louise Davies-ten years old, Henry Davies-six years old, and Julia Davies-fives years old
December 25, 1903
233/70
Uncle Ed and family
undated
233/71
Unidentified child
undated
233/72
Unidentified child with dog
undated
233/73
Col. A.A. White and Duke McGinnis, Kalispell, MT
undated
233/74
Frank R. Miles, Spring 1899
233/75
Andrew Fergus, David Hilger, William Johns, and Horace Clarke, Helena, MT
Sept. 25, 1923
233/76
Henry "Slippery Bill" Morrison, a homesteader at Summitt, MT
undated
233/77
Jack Johnson (?)
1880 and 1930
233/78
George Houk, Lethbridge, Alberta
undated
233/79
Unidentified man
undated
233/80
Unidentified man
undated
233/81
Unidentified man hunting with dog
undated
233/82
Unidentified hunters with dogs
undated
233/83
Unidentified man
undated
233/84
Capt. O.S. Perry (?) with child-eight months old
Sept. 15, 1917
233/85
Unidentified man
undated
233/86
Unidentified man
undated
233/87
Unidentified man and girl
undated
233/88
Unidentified girl
ca. 1913
233/89
Unidentified man with donkeys
undated
233/90
Unidentified man
undated
234/1
Unidentified man in a wagon
undated
234/2
Lake Rauau, 1913
234/3
Teepee
undated
234/4
William and Minnie Bearchief
undated
234/5
Unidentified painting, Native American Village
undated
234/6
Parade scene
undated
234/7
Charlie Russell painting, Native American hunting buffalo
undated
234/8
Monument to Sacajawea, erected by the MT Daughters of the Revolution
undated
234/9
Stage coach, Big Hole, MT
1916
234/10
Bitterroot Lake, MT
1916
234/11
Parade with Native Americans on horseback
undated
234/12
Charlie Russell painting, three Native Americans
undated
234/13
Three Native Americans in front of a teepee
undated
234/14
Teepee
undated
234/15
Native American village
undated
234/16
Unidentified Native Americans
undated
234/17
Unidentified painting: Native American woman
undated
234/18
Chief Curley Bear, Glacier National Park
undated
234/19
Boat
undated
234/20
Unidentified group in front of Choteau House
undated
234/21
S.B. Maredarr (?), Fort Benton
1913
234/22
Bear Tree, Spring Prairie, "Growth on Tamarack"
undated
234/23
Meadow on Dog Creek
undated
234/24
Flathead Lake area
undated
234/25
Flathead Lake area
undated
234/26
Flathead River below Kalispell, taken by Summer N. Malleson
undated
234/27
Flathead Lake, MT
undated
234/28
Flathead Lake, MT
undated
234/29
Flathead Lake, taken from Angel Point
undated
234/30
Frank and Verne (?) Noruoau with sailboat on Goose Bay, Flathead Lake
1922
234/31
Col. A.A. White and party, Flathead Lake
undated
234/32
Two unidentified women cooking, Bigfork, MT
1918
234/33
Group of unidentified men on a dock, Kalispell, MT
undated
234/34
Unidentified men in a canoe, Thoufrou
undated
234/35
Bitterroot spawning station
1919
234/36
The Klondike riverboat, Flathead Lake, MT
undated
234/37
Two unidentified men fishing, Wood's Bay, Flathead Lake, MT
1918
234/38
Flathead Lake, MT
undated
234/39
The Klondike riverboat, Flathead Lake
undated
234/40
Orabi woman making yucca baskets
undated
234/41
The Hakkau hunting ground of a crow Indian, taken by A.J. Shiri
undated
234/42
Linderman's bust sculpture of a Native American man
undated
234/43
Chief Joseph of the Nez Perces
undated
234/44
Unidentified group of Native Americans
undated
234/45
Parade scene
undated
234/46
Unidentified Native American
1906
234/47
Native American women racing
undated
234/48
Camp Silver (?), Fort Belknap Reservation (taken by Summer N. Malleson)
undated
234/49
Crowfoot, Real Crow, Three Falls (?), and Eagle Tail, Blackfeet
undated
234/50
Curley Bear Jr. and family, Browning, MT
1910
234/51
Unidentified Native American, Browning, MT
1910
234/52
Louis Rivas (?)
ca. 1968
234/53
Unidentified Native American man
1910
234/54
Unidentified Native American family
undated
234/55
Linderman's home at Goose Bay
May 1922
234/56
Unidentified group in front of Brook's View and Stanford's Point
undated
234/57
Unidentified group camping, Dog Creek
September 11, 1899
234/58
Creek above Flathead Lake on J.C. Edwards' property
undated
234/59
Creek above Flathead Lake on J.C. Edwards' property
undated
234/60
Unidentified man, lower end of Dog Lake
undated
234/61
Falls at Orville Pond near Flathead Lake, MT
undated
234/62
Orville River, Wild Horse Island, Flathead Lake
undated
234/63
Unidentified cabin
undated
234/64
Orville River, two miles below Flathead Lake, MT
undated
234/65
Unidentified man at the landing at Demersville Shell
1914
234/66
Dock
undated
234/67
Horace R. Buck
undated
234/68
Reverend Hector E. Clowes and daughter, Dorethea, in front of St. Paul's Rectory, Fort Benton, MT
undated
234/69
Fort Union
1863
234/70
Steamer Yellowstone, first steamboat on the upper Missouri River
undated
234/71
Front view of Fort Benton
1864
234/72
R-5-Ruins of old Fort Benton, MT
undated
234/73
Charles Schilling, Fort Benton, MT
undated
234/74
Flowers, Fort Benton, MT
undated
234/75
Smelters, Great Falls, MT
undated
234/76
Great Falls, MT
undated
234/77
Smelters at Great Falls, MT, Black Eagle Falls of the Missouri River
undated
234/78
Black Eagle Falls of the Missouri River, Great Falls, MT
undated
234/79
Flathead Lake, MT
undated
234/80
Flathead Lake, MT
undated
234/81
Unidentified man on a boat, Flathead, Lake, MT
undated
234/82
Teepees
undated
234/83
Sitting Bull
undated
234/84
Crow Eagle-Piegon
undated
234/85
Native American village
undated
234/86
Native American village
undated
234/87
Sunset on the Pen O' Rielle, MT
1918
234/88
Flathead Lake, MT
1915
234/89
Mission Range Mountains, MT
1918
234/90
Hotel Stoner and two Flathead Lake scenes
undated
234/91
Flathead River near Doldier's home
undated
234/92
Buffalo on Wild Horse Island, Flathead Lake
undated
234/93
Boating scenes
undated
234/94
Frontier sketches, N. MT
undated
234/95
Fort Benton
ca. 1885
234/96
Fort Benton Bridge
ca. 1908
234/97
Missouri River
undated
234/98
Fort Benton
undated
234/99
Fort Benton
undated
234/100
Aunt Sue and Mary Davies, Fort Benton, MT
undated
234/101
Group photo in front of Oberland Hotel, Fort Benton, MT
1885
234/102
W.J. Minat and Mrs. M. Maude Waterman
undated
234/103
Roundup meeting, Fort Benton, MT
ca. 1900
234/104
Roundup meeting, Fort Benton, MT
ca. 1900
234/105
Fort Benton schoolhouse, Choteau County
1889
234/106
Fort Benton bridge
undated
234/107
Court House, Fort Benton, MT
undated
234/108
Alice Dutro (?), Mr. Hector E. Clowes, Fort Benton, MT
ca. 1887
234/109
W.H. Buck's home (editor of Benton Record), later A.T. Cummings home (lawyer), Fort Benton, MT
undated
234/110
G.D. Patterson (?), Stockman's home with family members, Fort Benton, MT
ca. 1888
234/111
T.J. Todd, Main Street and Baker, Fort Benton, MT
undated
234/112
Old Choteau House, previously "Thawing (?) House," and C.E. Conrad's residence
ca. 1886
234/113
I.G.B. Alan Stove's log home
ca. 1886
234/114
Public meeting, Helena, MT
July 4, 1889
234/115
Aerial view, Helena, MT
undated
234/116
Aerial view, Helena, MT
undated
234/117
Aerial view, Helena, MT
undated
234/118
Silver Smelter, Great Fall, Mt
ca. 1888
234/119
Black Eagle Falls, Missouri River, Great Falls, MT
undated
234/120
Helena, Mt
undated
234/121
The Great Falls, Missouri River, Great Falls, MT
undated
234/122
Black Eagle Falls, Missouri River, Great Falls, MT
undated
234/123
Bill Jerryson (?) with others, Great Falls, MT
undated
234/124
Two unidentified Native Americans with unidentified man
undated
234/125
Unidentified group of Native Americans
undated
234/126
Prizewinners at the Fourth of July parade, Polson, MT
1919
234/127
Unidentified Native American woman with three children
undated
234/128
Flathead Lake, Mt
undated
234/129
Flathead Lake taken off George Campbell's Point looking east past Conrad Point, MT
undated
234/130
Unidentified hunting party
undated
235/1
Going to the Sun Camp, looking at St. Mary, Glacier National Park, MT
undated
235/2
Gunsight (?) Camp, Glacier National Park, MT
undated
235/3
Heavens Peak, Glacier National Park, MT
undated
235/4
Unidentified man with fish, St. Mary's Lake, Glacier National Park, MT
undated
235/5
W.H. Young hunting, Lake McDermott, Mini (?) Glacier Camp, Glacier National Park, MT
February 20, 1911
235/6
Looking down from St. Mary's, Glacier National Park, MT
July 1, 1913
235/7
Methodist Tabernacle and Camping Company at Flathead Chatanque grounds
1897
235/8
Kalispell, MT
1899
235/9
Unidentified group of young men, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/10
Old Flathead County Poor House, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/11
Sperry Camp on Lake Mary Baker, Kalispell, MT (taken by Summer N. Malleson)
undated
235/12
Grounds of Conrad Mansion, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/13
Conrad Mansion, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/14
Grounds of Conrad Mansion, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/15
Conrad Mansion, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/16
Grounds of Conrad Mansion, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/17
Grounds of Conrad Mansion, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/18
Log Cabin
undated
235/19
Talley Lake, MT
1912
235/20
Talley Lake, MT
1913
235/21
Big Mountain ski area, MT undated
235/22
Big Mountain ski area lodge, MT undated
235/23
Big Mountain ski area lodge, MT
undated
235/24
Lower lift terminal and lodge, Big Mountain ski area, MT
undated
235/25
Lodge at Big Mountain ski area, MT
undated
235/26
Lodge at Big Mountain ski area, MT
undated
235/27
T-bar lift at Big Mountain ski area, MT
undated
235/28
Lower terminal and lodge, Big Mountain ski area, MT
undated
235/29
Top of the lift, Big Mountain ski area, MT
undated
235/30
Looking east from main run, Big Mountain ski area, MT
undated
235/31
Lower section, Mully's Mile, Big Mountain ski area, MT
undated
235/32
Near top of Langlie Run, Big Mountain ski area, MT
undated
235/33
Ski lodge and ski shop, Big Mountain ski area, MT
undated
235/34
Unidentified Montana town
undated
235/35
Parade scene, Calgary, Canada
undated
235/36
Stanford: two unidentified women
undated
235/37
Stanford: Gus and Jack
undated
235/38
Lethie Stanford
undated
235/39
Syd Kulen
ca. 1870
235/40
Stanford: unidentified man
undated
235/41
Bessie Kulen
ca. 1870
235/42
H.P. Stanford: unidentified boy with a deer
undated
235/43
Harry Stanford: unidentified man with a rifle
February 9, 1928
235/44
Harry Stanford: Robl-Jordan of Malta, MT
1925
235/45
Harry Stanford: the Weaver boys with an elk
ca. October/November, 1925
235/46
Mount St. Nicolas looking up Coal Creek, Glacier National Park, MT (taken by Fred Slatterack)
undated
235/47
Glacier National Park (taken by Fred Slatterack)
undated
235/48
Streams from Sperry Glacier National Park, MT
undated
235/49
Middle Fork, Flathead River, Glacier National Park, MT
undated
235/50
Glacier National Park, MT
undated
235/51
Lake MacDonald, Glacier National Park, MT
undated
235/52
Sperry Glacier, Glacier National Park, MT
undated
235/53
Unidentified man, Avalanche Creek, Glacier National Park
undated
235/54
Lake MacDonald, Glacier National Park, Mt
undated
235/55
Glacier National Park
undated
235/56
Vaught, McPartland and Heavens Peak over Avalanche Basin, Glacier National Park
undated
235/57
Glacier National Park
undated
235/58
Mount Edwards (?) looking South West, Glacier National Park, Mt
undated
235/59
Glacier National Park, MT
undated
235/60
Glacier Hotel, Lake MacDonald, Glacier National Park, MT
undated
235/61
Mountain sheep, Glacier National Park, MT
undated
235/62
Unidentified man with a bird, Glacier National Park, MT
undated
235/63
Bird, Glacier National Park, MT
undated
235/64
Unidentified group, Glacier National Park, Mt
undated
235/65
Porcupine in camp at Avalanche Basin, Glacier National Park, MT
undated
235/66
Cabin at Kennedy Creek, Glacier National Park, MT
September 15, 1916
235/67
Downtown Kalispell, MT
undated
235/68
Parade scene, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/69
Main Street, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/70
Parade, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/71
Parade, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/72
Old Flathead County Poor House, Kalispell, MT
1911
235/73
Near Swift Dam, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/74
Looking east over Kalispell
February 1920
235/75
Bald Butte, west of Kalispell, MT
February 1920
235/76
The wheel at Ashley Creek Crossing, West of Kalispell, MT
1908
235/77
Parade, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/78
Parade, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/79
Conrad Mansion, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/80
Conrad Mansion, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/81
Conrad Mansion grounds, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/82
Conrad Mansion, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/83
Conrad Mansion, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/84
Conrad Mansion, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/85
Conrad Mansion, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/86
Conrad Mansion, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/87
Conrad Mansion, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/88
Two unidentified men in a canoe
undated
235/89
Looking north on upper Thoufsou Lake, MT
October 1915
235/90
Looking north on upper Thoufsou Lake, MT
1915
235/91
Looking south on upper Thoufsou Lake, MT
October 1915
235/92
Broad water Natatorium, Helena, MT
undated
235/93
Interior of Broad water Plunge Bath, Helena, MT
undated
235/94
Airplane, MT
undated
235/95
Mount Trestle, Northern Pacific Railroad, Missoula, MT
undated
235/96
Mount Lolo, Missoula, MT
undated
235/97
Lake scene, MT
undated
235/98
Unidentified Montana town
undated
235/99
Airplane, Montana
undated
235/100
Stanford: unidentified man
undated
235/101
Stanford: unidentified woman
undated
235/102
Stanford: Moetheson (?)
undated
235/103
Headstone of James Stanford, Dartmouth Cemetery, near Halifax, Nova Scotia
undated
235/104
Stanford: unidentified woman
undated
235/105
Stampede, Calgary
undated
235/106
Lizzie McKittrich
undated
235/107
Mrs. C.E. Conrad (foreground), Alicia Ann Conrad Campbell (center back) and gentleman is A.M. Moore
undated
235/108
Mrs. Catherine Stanford
undated
235/109
Mrs. Catherine Stanford
undated
235/110
Mrs. Catherine Stanford
undated
235/111
Mrs. Catherine Stanford
undated
235/112
H.P. Stanford
ca. 1911
235/113
H.P. Stanford and others
ca. 1911
235/114
Harry Stanford: unidentified man with geese
undated
235/115
H.P. Stanford: unidentified boy with deer
undated
235/116
Frank Stecker (?) with fish
undated
235/117
H.P. Stanford: bear cub
undated
235/118
Harry Stanford: Jim Hammond with unidentified man
December 1918
235/119
Harry Stanford: Bitterroot traps
1919
235/120
H.P. Stanford with two unidentified men hunting
undated
235/121
H.P. Stanford with two unidentified men hunting
undated
235/122
Harry Stanford: Alonzo Ellis of Havre, MT, on the Middle Fork of the Flathead, "Big River"
1914
235/123
Harry Stanford: Alonzo Ellis of Havre, MT, on the Middle Fork of the Flathead, "Big River"
1914
235/124
Harry Stanford: two moose
undated
235/125
Harry Stanford: unidentified man with pelts
undated
235/126
Harry Stanford: elk
undated
235/127
Harry Stanford: elk
undated
235/128
Harry Stanford: elk
undated
235/129
Harry Stanford: elk
undated
235/130
Harry Stanford: elk
undated
235/131
Harry Stanford: elk (?)
undated
235/132
Harry Stanford: elk
undated
235/133
Harry Stanford: unidentified man with big horn sheep
undated
235/134
Harry Stanford: unidentified man hunting
ca. 1911
235/135
Harry Stanford: unidentified man with big horn sheep
undated
235/136
Harry Stanford: the Hauderson boys
1921
235/137
Harry Stanford: Rod Houston with coyote pelts, Lake View
winter 1928
235/138
Harry Stanford: inlet at Lake Mac Donald, Goat Mountain in background, Glacier National Park, MT
undated
235/139
Harry Stanford: Kuitla Creek Falls with Miss Jennie Eaton, Miss Florence Head, and little Taylor of Butte Coal Company, Glacier National Park, MT
1904
235/140
Flathead River above Falls, Glacier National Park, MT
undated
235/141
D.A. Stocking Jewelry Store and Fred W. Merrigold Men's Store with unidentified group of men in front, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/142
Kalispell V.F.D., Section H and L Company, Kalispell, MT
ca. 1891
235/143
"Headquarters for the gentlemen", J.H. O' Connor (?), Kalispell, MT
1892
235/144
Home with carriage in front, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/145
"Wheelers SV40", Kalispell, MT
undated
235/146
Brook house and Merrigold store, Kalispell, MT
1895
235/147
Bank, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/148
Steel Bridge across Flathead River, three miles east of Kalispell, MT
undated
235/149
Christ's Church, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/150
Central School, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/151
Conrad Mansion, Kalispell, MT undated
235/152
Conrad Mansion, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/153
Mary Baker Falls, Mission Mountains, MT
undated
235/154
Mary Baker Falls, Mission Mountains, MT
undated
235/155
Spring Prairie
September 9, 1899
235/156
Inlet of lower Stillwater Lake, MT
undated
235/157
"Lake House", Stillwater Lake, MT
undated
235/158
Ouzel Falls, Stillwater Canyon, MT
undated
235/159
Lower Stillwater Canyon, MT
undated
235/160
Ouzel Falls, Stillwater Canyon, MT
undated
235/161
Cut Bank, Stillwater River, Tobacco Plains Rail, MT
undated
235/162
Toy Lake, MT
undated
235/163
Snapshots: Conrad Mansion, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/164
Snapshots: Conrad Mansion, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/165
Snapshots: various
undated
235/166
Snapshots: Conrad Mansion grounds, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/167
Snapshots: various, MT
undated
235/168
Snapshots: Native Americans, MT
undated
235/169
Snapshots: various, MT
undated
235/170
Snapshots: Conrad Mansion, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/171
Snapshots: various, MT
undated
235/172
Snapshots: various, MT
undated
235/173
Stanford: unidentified woman
undated
235/174
Eliea (?) Stanford
undated
235/175
Alicia and Charlie Thornfessor, Cathleen and W.H. Borashn, E. Cook, and H. Bosk (?), Brieley Hill, England
1886
235/176
Stanford: mounted deer
undated
235/177
Harry Stanford: taxidermy, various animals
undated
235/178
Harry Stanford: unidentified man with hunting dog
undated
235/179
Unidentified woman
undated
235/180
Glacier National Park, MT
undated
235/181
Lake Mac Donald, Glacier National Park, MT
undated
235/182
Flathead Central High School basketball team, Kalispell, MT
undated
235/183
Aerial view of Kalispell, MT
August 1938
235/184
Kalispell, MT (taken by Baker)
undated
235/185
Polson, MT
undated
235/186
Kalispell: Golden Jubilee
July 4, 1941
235/187
Unidentified woman
undated
235/188
Dr. and Mrs. William Starling Little
undated
236/1
Portion of Isleta Indian Pueblo near Albuquerque, NM
undated
236/2
Joshua tree, CA
undated
236/3
The oldest home in the United States, Santa Fe, NM
undated
236/4
Trip to the Southwest: unidentified building
ca. 1919
236/5
Trip to the Southwest
ca. 1919
236/6
Trip to the Southwest: unidentified ruins
ca. 1919
236/7
Trip to the Southwest: plaza at Yauco Band Stand
ca. 1919
236/8
Trip to the Southwest: two unidentified man
ca. 1919
236/9
Trip to the Southwest: Joshua tree, CA
ca. 1919
236/10
Trip to the Southwest: landscape
ca. 1919
236/11
Trip to the Southwest: plant
ca. 1919
236/12
Trip to the Southwest: unidentified man
ca. 1919
236/13
Trip to the Southwest: natural bridge of petrified wood, AZ
ca. 1919
236/14
Trip to the Southwest: Petrified Forest, AZ
ca. 1919
236/15
Trip to the Southwest: Petrified Forest, AZ
ca. 1919
236/16
Trip to the Southwest: the oldest church in the United States, Santa Fe, AZ
ca. 1919
236/17
Trip to the Southwest: Los Lunas, Indian pueblo, NM
ca. 1919
236/18
Trip to the Southwest: unidentified woman
ca. 1919
236/19
Trip to the Southwest: "Hermits Rest", Grand Canyon
ca. 1919
236/20
Trip to the Southwest: cactus
ca. 1919
236/21
Trip to the Southwest: Isleta Indian pueblo, Albuquerque, NM
ca. 1919
236/22
Trip to the Southwest: cactus, Tucson, AZ
ca. 1919
236/23
Trip to the Southwest: yucca plant, AZ
ca. 1919
236/24
Trip to the Southwest: cactus
ca. 1919
236/25
Washington, D.C.
undated
236/26
Washington, D.C.
undated
236/27
U. S. Capitol building, Washington, D.C.
undated
236/28
Statue of Thomas Jefferson, Washington, D.C.
undated
236/29
Washington, D.C.
undated
236/30
U. S. Supreme Court Building, Washington, D.C.
undated
236/31
The Whitehouse, Washington, D.C.
undated
236/32
The Lafayette Memorial, Washington, D.C.
undated
236/33
Washington, D.C.
undated
236/34
Washington, D.C.
undated
236/35
Jackson Memorial, Whitehouse, Washington Monument, Washington, D.C.
undated
236/36
Union Railway Station, Washington, D.C.
undated
236/37
Jefferson Memorial, Washington, D.C.
undated
236/38
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
undated
236/39
Lincoln Memorial and Arlington Bridge, Washington, D.C.
undated
236/40
George Washington's home at Mount Vernon
undated
236/41
The Whitehouse, Washington, D.C.
undated
236/42
Washington, D.C.
undated
236/43
Washington, D.C.
undated
236/44
Washington, D.C.
undated
236/45
Washington, D.C.
undated
236/46
Washington, D.C.
undated
236/47
Washington, D.C.
undated
236/48
C.E. and W.G. Conrad, Washington, D.C.
1896
236/49
Washington, D.C.
undated
236/50
Washington, D.C.
undated
236/51
Washington, D.C.
undated
236/52
Washington, D.C.
undated
236/53
Washington, D.C.
undated
236/54
Agriculture: east side, harvesting
undated
236/55
Agriculture: east side, calf
undated
236/56
Agriculture: east side, calf
undated
236/57
Agriculture: east side, harvesting
undated
236/58
Peace River, West Canada
undated
236/59
Majesties visit to Calgary
May 26, 1939
236/60
Ruins of Clifton House, Niagara Falls, West Canada
undated
236/61
Agriculture: east side
undated
236/62
Agriculture: east side
undated
236/63
Agriculture: horse and buggy
undated
236/64
Agriculture: haystack
undated
236/65
Agriculture: harvesting
undated
236/66
Agriculture
undated
236/67
Agriculture: horse and buggy
undated
236/68
Agriculture
undated
236/69
Agriculture: cattle
undated
236/70
Agriculture: herding cattle
undated
236/71
Stanford-Russell Ranch, cattle
undated
236/72
Stanford-Russell Ranch, cattle
undated
236/73
Agriculture: east side, cattle
undated
236/74
Agriculture: east side
undated
236/75
Stanford-Russell Ranch, cattle
1920
236/76
Agriculture: east side, two unidentified men in a field
undated
236/77
Agriculture: east side, cattle
undated
236/78
Stanford-Russell Ranch, cattle
1920
236/79
Agriculture: east side, cattle
undated
236/80
Agriculture: east side, four unidentified men in a field
undated
236/81
Agriculture: east side, harvesting
undated
236/82
Trip to the Southeast: unidentified woman, Frank O., Jimmie Sal, Griffen Park
ca. 1919
236/83
Harry Stanford: Chester, Nova Scotia
undated
236/84
Harry Stanford: Pine Hill Cottage, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
undated
236/85
Harry Stanford: Laborer's cottages, Bedford Basin, Halifax, Nova Scotia
undated
236/86
Harry Stanford: Octagon house, Bedford Basin, Halifax, Nova Scotia
undated
236/87
Harry Stanford: The Wards "Three Mile House", near Halifax, Nova Scotia
undated
236/88
Harry Stanford: Chester, Nova Scotia
ca. 1918
236/89
Harry Stanford: "The Tannery", Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 1898
236/90
Harry Stanford: Bellis' old blacksmith shop, Bedford Basin, near Halifax, Nova Scotia
undated
236/91
Harry Stanford: Meloville Island, Halifax, Nova Scotia
undated
236/92
Harry Stanford: officer in front of a Red Cross truck, Nova Scotia
undated
236/93
Harry Stanford: Chester, Nova Scotia
undated
236/94
Col. Conrad receiving the Governor General at Cacross, Y. T., West Canada
undated
236/95
Bow Falls, Banff, Western Canada
ca. 1906
236/96
No. 6 the SS Islander, Big Canyon, Kitselas, B.C.
ca. 1912
236/97
Unidentified group in front of a statue, Western Canada
undated
236/98
Various photos of Western Canada
undated
236/99
Parade float, Calgary
1925
236/100
Valley of Saskatchewan, Edmonton, Canada
undated
236/101
Trip to the Southwest: unidentified woman
undated
236/102
Trip to the Southwest: unidentified woman
undated
236/103
Trip to the Southwest: unidentified woman
undated
236/104
Harry Stanford: the church at Chester, Nova Scotia
1897
236/105
Harry Stanford: bay at Chester, Nova Scotia
1898
236/106
Harry Stanford: Stanford Lakem, Nova Scotia
undated
236/107
Harry Stanford: St. Stephens Church, Cester, Nova Scotia
undated
236/108
Lake scene, Western Canada
undated
236/109
Unidentified house, Western Canada
undated
236/110
Agriculture: east side, harvesting
undated
236/111
Agriculture: east side
undated
236/112
Agriculture: east side
undated
236/113
Agriculture: east side
undated
236/114
Agriculture: east side, unidentified men in a field
undated
236/115
Agriculture: east side, unidentified men in a field
undated
236/116
Harry Stanford: Nova Scotia
undated
236/117
Harry Stanford: Nova Scotia
undated
236/118
Harry Stanford: Nova Scotia
undated
236/119
Harry Stanford: Nova Scotia
undated
236/120
Harry Stanford: Nova Scotia
undated
236/121
Harry Stanford: Nova Scotia
undated
236/122
Harry Stanford: Nova Scotia
undated
236/123
C.E. Conrad with unidentified man who is holding a cabbage
undated
236/124
Senator Gibson's oats in a wagon, near Great Falls, MT
undated
236/125
Senator Gibson's ranch
undated
236/126
Sand Coulee Valley, near Great Falls, MT
undated
236/127
Frank Gehrind's wheat, near Great Falls, MT
undated
236/128
C.M. Dorrana's threshing outfit in Gehring's field, near Great Falls, MT
undated
236/129
Agriculture: near Great Falls, MT
undated
236/130
Unidentified man with two boys in a field near Great Falls, MT
undated
236/131
Agriculture: harvesting, near Great Falls, MT
undated
236/132
C.A. Lee's wheat field, near Great Falls, MT
undated
236/133
Advent Church, near Great Falls, MT
undated
236/134
Campbell: agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
236/135
Edward Meisenbach's home, Great Falls, MT
undated
236/136
L. Herbolsheimer's wheat field, near Great Falls, MT
undated
236/137
Agriculture: field scene, near Great Falls, MT
undated
236/138
Cuno Jackel's farm buildings, near Great Falls, MT
undated
236/139
Campbell: Jackel/Stork grain fields, neat Great Falls, MT
undated
236/140
Campbell: agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
236/141
Campbell: agriculture, group in front of a building, near Great Falls, MT
undated
236/142
Campbell: agriculture, cattle, near Great Falls, MT
undated
236/143
Campbell: Cameron's oats, near Great Falls, MT
undated
236/144
Campbell: agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
236/145
Campbell: agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
236/146
Campbell: agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
236/147
Campbell: agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/1
Campbell: unidentified woman in a buggy, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/2
Campbell: field scene with unidentified man in background
undated
237/3
Campbell: field scene
undated
237/4
Campbell: field scene
undated
237/5
Campbell: haystack
undated
237/6
Campbell: field scene
undated
237/7
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: valves at Swift Dam
July 1915
237/8
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: dam and spillway outlet, Swift Dam
July 1915
237/9
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: upstream side of Swift Dam
July 1915
237/10
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: dike and spillway at Swift Dam
July 1915
237/11
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: lip of spillway, Swift Dam
July 1915
237/12
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: spillway channel at Swift Dam
July 1915
237/13
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: outlet end of spillway channel, Swift Dam
July 1915
237/14
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: water leaving outlet end of spillway channel, Swift Dam
July 1915
237/15
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: discharge of spillway on slope, Swift Dam
July 1915
237/16
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: Swift Dam valves discharging
July 1915
237/17
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: spillway channel, Swift Dam
July 1915
237/18
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: water going down slope below spillway outlet, Swift Dam
July 1915
237/19
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: two unidentified man next to a river
undated
237/20
Farmhouse, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/21
Bll Sullivan's Ranch House (old Campbell/Record Road House in the 1880s)
1935
237/22
Raymond St. Laurent at Uncle Fred's House
undated
237/23
Sand Coulee Ranch
August 1909
237/24
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1901
237/25
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/26
Agriculture: buildings, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/27
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/28
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/29
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/30
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/31
Campbell: H. H. Nelson's plowing, near Great Falls, MT
1907
237/32
Campbell: H. H. Nelson's plowing machinery, near Great Falls, MT
1907
237/33
Plowing near Kalispell, MT
undated
237/34
Cattle and horses near Kalispell, MT
undated
237/35
Cattle and horses grazing near Kalispell, MT
undated
237/36
Agriculture near Kalispell, MT
undated
237/37
Agriculture near Kalispell, MT
undated
237/38
Campbell: sheep ranching, east side, unidentified man with sheep
undated
237/39
Campbell: east side, sheep
undated
237/40
Campbell: east side ranching, "Ronald Boy"
undated
237/41
Japan
ca. 1910
237/42
Japan
ca. 1910
237/43
Japan
ca. 1910
237/44
Japan
ca. 1910
237/45
Cherry Blossom, Mukojima
ca. 1910
237/46
Japan
ca. 1910
237/47
Japan
ca. 1910
237/48
Japan
ca. 1910
237/49
Japan
ca. 1910
237/50
S.S. "Sado Maru" and Mount Fiji, Japan
ca. 1910
237/51
S.S. "Sado Maru" and Kinkakuji Temple, Kyoto, Japan
ca. 1910
237/52
S.S. "Sado Maru" and Nikko Shrine, Japan
ca. 1910
237/53
S.S. "Sado Maru" and Miyajima, Japan
ca. 1910
237/54
Campbell: wheat on P. W. Bradford Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/55
Campbell: field scene
undated
237/56
Campbell: oat field, near Great Falls, MT
July 31, 1910
237/57
Campbell: A. Walkins, Harlem, MT
1907
237/58
Campbell: field scene
undated
237/59
Campbell: field scene
undated
237/60
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: group photo
undated
237/61
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: unidentified man
undated
237/62
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: footbridge over spillway, dry fork diversion for P canal
June 14, 1919
237/63
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: gates
June 11, 1919
237/64
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: Mr. George Ebner, Mr. Speir, and Mr. Atwood on footbridge of head gates
June 11, 1919
237/65
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: of B canal
June 11, 1919
237/66
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: view of ten-mile bridge with Mr. Spier in photo
June 11, 1919
237/67
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: view of B canal in Cartright at Coulee
July 11, 1919
237/68
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: view of B canal in Cartright at Coulee
July 11, 1919
237/69
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: view of B canal in Cartright at Coulee
July 11, 1919
237/70
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: Mr. Speir and Mr. Atwood pictured
June 11, 1919
237/71
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: Cartright Coulee
June 11, 1919
237/72
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: view of ten-mile bridge over B canal
June 11, 1919
237/73
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: view of Wier on waste way foot of Cartright Coulee on B canal
June 11, 1919
237/74
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: view of B canal with Mrs. Mary E. Sampson's building in view
June 11, 1919
237/75
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: Birch Creek Diversion, B Canal, Mr. Speir and Mr. Atwood show
June 11, 1919
237/76
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: Birch Creek Diversion, B Canal, Mr. Ebner and Mr. Speir
June 11, 1919
237/77
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: view of B Canal, Cartright Coulee
June 11, 1919
237/78
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: view of B Canal, Cartright Coulee
June 11, 1919
237/79
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: view of B Canal, Cartright Coulee, MR. Speir pictured
June 11, 1919
237/80
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: view of B Canal
June 11, 1919
237/81
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: Drop on B Canal, Mr. Spier in view
June 11, 1919
237/82
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: head gates and in take of P Canal on the dry fork of the Maria's River
June 14, 1919
237/83
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: group of men on footbridge of canal
undated
237/84
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: group of men on footbridge of canal
undated
237/85
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: iron culvert pictured with Col. James T. Stanford and C. A. Rand
June 14, 1919
237/86
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: iron culvert pictured with Col. James T. Stanford and C. A. Rand
June 14, 1919
237/87
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: B Canal in Cartright Coulee
June 11, 1919
237/88
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: iron culvert, Col. James T. Stanford pictured
June 14, 1919
237/89
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: men on footbridge of canal
undated
237/90
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: group of unidentified men on canal, n.d
237/91
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: group of unidentified men on the canal
undated
237/92
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: group of unidentified men on the canal
undated
237/93
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: group of unidentified men on the bridge
undated
237/94
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: group of unidentified men on the bridge
undated
237/95
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: group of unidentified men on the bridge
undated
237/96
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: canal
undated
237/97
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: group of men on a bridge
undated
237/98
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: canal
undated
237/99
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: two unidentified men
undated
237/100
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: B Canal, Cartright Coulee
June 14, 1919
237/101
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: B Canal, Cartright Coulee
June 14, 1919
237/102
Valier/Dupuyer Irrigation Project: B Canal, Cartright Coulee
June 14, 1919
237/103
Swift Dam: Valier
June 21, 1916
237/104
Swift Dam: Valier
undated
237/105
Swift Dam: Valier
undated
237/106
Swift Dam: Valier, two unidentified men pictured
undated
237/107
Swift Dam: Valier
May 21, 1915
237/108
Swift Dam: Valier
undated
237/109
Swift Dam: Valier
February 21, 1915
237/110
Swift Dam: Valier
undated
237/111
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/112
Agriculture: unidentified man in a field, near Great Falls
ca. 1909
237/113
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/114
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/115
Agriculture: H.P. Stanford on a plow, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/116
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/117
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/118
Rocky Mountain Elevator Company Building, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/119
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/120
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/121
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/122
Agriculture: unidentified man in a field, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/123
Agriculture: unidentified man in a field, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/124
Agriculture: unidentified man in a field, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/125
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/126
Agriculture: farmhouse and cattle, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/127
Agriculture: unidentified man in a field, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/128
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/129
Agriculture: ranch building, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/130
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/131
Agriculture: two unidentified men in a field, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/132
Agriculture: unidentified man in a field, near Great Falls, MT
ca. 1909
237/133
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/134
Agriculture: unidentified man in a field, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/135
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/136
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/137
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/138
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/139
Agriculture: unidentified man in a field, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/140
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/141
Agriculture: farmhouse, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/142
Agriculture: farmhouse, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/143
Agriculture: oats on Sand Coulee Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
1909
237/144
Agriculture: tree of winter apples on J. H. Austin's Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
July 31, 1910
237/145
Agriculture: two men in an oat field, near Great Falls, MT
July 31, 1910
237/146
Agriculture: third crop of alfalfa on Dew and Grimes Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
July 31, 1910
237/147
Agriculture: spring wheat, two unidentified men pictured, near Great Falls, MT
July 31, 1910
237/148
Agriculture: walnut tree, four unidentified men pictured
July 31, 1910
237/149
Agriculture: H. Jones' spring fife wheat, three unidentified men pictured, near Great Falls, MT
July 31, 1910
237/150
Agriculture: one tree of Duchess apples, near Great Falls, MT
July 31, 1910
237/151
Agriculture: Mormon Crabtree with two unidentified men pictured, near Great Falls, MT
July 31, 1910
237/152
Agriculture: oats on Jones Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
July 31, 1910
237/153
Agriculture: on Harvey Ellis Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
July 31, 1910
237/154
Agriculture: spring wheat on A. Johnson's Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
1909
237/155
Agriculture: group of unidentified men with an automobile
July 31, 1910
237/156
Agriculture: oats on Sand Coulee ranch, near Great Falls, MT
1909
237/157
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/158
Agriculture: alfalfa stacks on Jones Ranch, near Great Falls, TM
July 31, 1910
237/159
Agriculture: oats on Pew and Grimes Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
July 31, 1910
237/160
Agriculture: alfalfa stacks on Pew and Grimes, near Great Falls, MT
July 31, 1910
237/161
Agriculture: spring wheat on Abe Eller Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
July 31, 1910
237/162
Agriculture: spring wheat on A. Johnson's Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
July 31, 1910
237/163
Agriculture: Nelson Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
1907
237/164
Agriculture: farm machinery, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/165
Agriculture: farm machinery, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/166
Agriculture: on Lehor Burn (?) Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
1907
237/167
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/168
Agriculture: tree of winter apples, near Great Falls, MT
July 31, 1910
237/169
Agriculture: corn near Great Falls, MT
July 31, 1910
237/170
Agriculture: spring wheat on F. Johnson's land, near Great Falls, MT
July 31, 1910
237/171
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/172
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/173
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/174
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/175
Agriculture: ranch house, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/176
Agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/177
Agriculture: row of apple trees with two unidentified men, near Great Falls, MT
July 31, 1910
237/178
Agriculture: unidentified man in a field, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/179
Agriculture: apple tree, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/180
Agriculture: unidentified man in a field, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/181
Campbell: Daniel Payne's wheat field, near Monarch, MT
undated
237/182
Campbell: agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/183
Campbell: agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/184
Campbell: agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/185
Campbell: agriculture, unidentified man with turkey sand chickens, Great Falls, MT
undated
237/186
Campbell: Edward Peterson's garden, near Kibbey, MT
undated
237/187
Campbell: Edward Peterson's Berkshires, Kibbey, MT
undated
237/188
Campbell: Edward Peterson's ducks, Kibbey, MT
undated
237/189
Campbell: steers, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/190
Campbell: agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/191
Campbell: wagons (cargo), near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/192
Campbell: agriculture, Great Falls, MT
undated
237/193
Campbell: agriculture, Great Falls, MT
undated
237/194
Campbell: C.H. Campbell's Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
May 24, 1911
237/195
Campbell: Beatty's spring wheat, near Great Falls, MT
1911
237/196
Grazing cattle and horses, near Kalispell, MT
undated
237/197
Conrad Trustee Ranch, near Kalispell, MT
undated
237/198
Ranch scene, near Kalispell, MT
undated
237/199
Harvesting scene, near Kalispell, MT
undated
237/200
Campbell: C.H. Campbell's Sand Coulee Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/201
Cutting alfalfa field on C.H. Campbell's Sand Coulee Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
June 24, 1911
237/202
Alfalfa field with unidentified man on C.H. Campbell's Sand Coulee Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
undated
237/204
Unidentified man in C.H. Campbell's alfalfa field on his Sand Coulee Ranch, ear Great Falls, MT
1911
237/204
Campbell: sheep, east side
undated
237/205
Campbell: sheep, east side
undated
237/206
Campbell: agriculture
undated
237/207
Campbell, haystacks
undated
237/208
Campbell: Beatty's spring wheat, near Great Falls, MT
1911
237/209
Campbell: oats on Sand Coulee Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
1911
237/210
Campbell: four unidentified men in a field
undated
237/211
Campbell: field scene
undated
237/212
Lumbering
undated
238/1
Unidentified house
undated
238/2
Unidentified house
undated
238/3
Unidentified man painting Fritz's cabin
1921
238/4
Unidentified house
undated
238/5
Unidentified cabin
undated
238/6
Chester Wilt, back east
undated
238/7
West Virginia (?)
undated
238/8
Unidentified group skiing, Far East
undated
238/9
Unidentified man cross-country skiing, Far East
undated
238/10
Cross-country skiing, Far East
undated
238/11
Unidentified group cross-country skiing, Far East
undated
238/12
Unidentified person skiing, Far East
undated
238/13
Ocean scene, Far East
undated
238/14
Ocean scene, Far East
undated
238/15
Unidentified men with boat, Far East
undated
238/16
Golf course, Far East
undated
238/17
Unidentified city, Far East
undated
238/18
Golf course, Far East
undated
238/19
Golf course, Far East
undated
238/20
Unidentified man with boat, Far East
undated
238/21
Unidentified man cross-country skiing, Far East
undated
238/22
Unidentified men, Far East
undated
238/23
Unidentified man cross-country skiing, Far East
undated
238/24
Unidentified man cross-country skiing, Far East
undated
238/25
Unidentified city, Far East
undated
238/26
Mountain scene, Far East
undated
238/27
Unidentified man cross-country skiing, Far East
undated
238/28
Unidentified city, Far East
undated
238/29
Unidentified man cross-country skiing, Far East
undated
238/30
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/31
Chairlift, Far East
undated
238/32
Unidentified city, Far East
undated
238/33
Two unidentified men, Far East
undated
238/34
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/35
Unidentified city, Far East
undated
238/36
Unidentified city, Far East
undated
238/37
Awoshime Maru (boat), Far East
undated
238/38
Unidentified man, Far East
undated
238/39
Three unidentified women, Far East
undated
238/40
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/41
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/42
Group of unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/43
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/44
Group of unidentified men skiing, Far East
undated
238/45
Group of unidentified men skiing, Far East
undated
238/46
Group of unidentified men skiing, Far East
undated
238/47
Group of unidentified men skiing, Far East
undated
238/48
Group of unidentified men skiing, Far East
undated
238/49
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/50
Group of unidentified men skiing, Far East
undated
238/51
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/52
Two unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/53
Unidentified man, Far East
undated
238/54
Boats, Far East
undated
238/55
Mountain scene, Far East
undated
238/56
Mountain scene, Far East
undated
238/57
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/58
Two unidentified men skiing, Far East
undated
238/59
Unidentified men skiing, Far East
undated
238/60
Unidentified men skiing, Far East
undated
238/61
Temple, Far East
undated
238/62
Far East
undated
238/63
Far East
undated
238/64
Far East
undated
238/65
Two unidentified men standing in front of a boat, Far East
undated
238/66
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/67
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/68
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/69
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/70
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/71
Crowd watching skiing, Far East
undated
238/72
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/73
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/74
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/75
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/76
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/77
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/78
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/79
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/80
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/81
Unidentified man skiing, Far East
undated
238/82
Airplane, Far East
undated
238/83
U. S. Air force plane, Far East
undated
238/84
Plane, Far East
undated
238/85
Group photo, Far East
undated
238/86
Landscape, Far East
undated
238/87
Boat, Far East
undated
238/88
Boat, Far East
undated
238/89
Boat, Far East
undated
238/90
Unidentified group of men, Far East
undated
238/91
Unidentified group of men, Far East
undated
238/92
U. S. Air force plane, Far East
undated
238/93
Unidentified group of men, Far East
undated
238/94
Unidentified group of men, Far East
undated
238/95
Unidentified group of men, Far East
undated
238/96
Boat, Far East
undated
238/97
Trip to Hawaii and Japan
ca. 1910
238/98
Trip to Hawaii and Japan
ca. 1910
238/99
Trip to Hawaii and Japan
ca. 1910
238/100
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: dancers
ca. 1910
238/101
Trip to Hawaii and Japan
ca. 1910
238/102
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: boats
ca. 1910
238/103
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: scenery
ca. 1910
238/104
Trip to Hawaii and Japan
ca. 1910
238/105
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: scenery
ca. 1910
238/106
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: boat
ca. 1910
238/107
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: scenery
1910
238/108
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: ship
1910
238/109
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: boat
ca. 1910
238/110
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: ship
ca. 1910
238/111
Trip to Hawaii and Japan
ca. 1910
238/112
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: tribal ceremony
ca. 1910
238/113
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: bridge
ca. 1910
238/114
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: tribal ceremony
ca. 1910
238/115
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: tribal ceremony
ca. 1910
238/116
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: unidentified man standing in front of a statue
ca. 1910
238/117
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: tribal ceremony
ca. 1910
238/118
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: temples
ca. 1910
238/119
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: boats
ca. 1910
238/120
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: scenery
ca. 1910
238/121
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: boat
ca. 1910
238/122
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: boat
ca. 1910
238/123
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: unidentified city
ca. 1910
238/124
Trip to Hawaii and Japan
ca. 1910
238/125
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: ship
ca. 1910
238/126
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: scenery
ca. 1910
238/127
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: statue
ca. 1910
238/128
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: scenery
ca. 1910
238/129
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: building
ca. 1910
238/130
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: scenery
ca. 1910
238/131
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: swimmers
ca. 1910
238/132
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: scenery
ca. 1910
238/133
Trip to Hawaii and Japan
ca. 1910
238/134
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: scenery
ca. 1910
238/135
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: unidentified woman and child
ca. 1910
238/136
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: unidentified couple on a bridge
ca. 1910
238/137
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: boats
ca. 1910
238/138
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: group of unidentified men
ca. 1910
238/139
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: unidentified couple
ca. 1910
238/140
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: tribal ceremony
ca. 1910
238/141
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: boats
ca. 1910
238/142
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: scenery
ca. 1910
238/143
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: statue
ca. 1910
238/144
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: home
ca. 1910
238/145
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: scenery
ca. 1910
238/146
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: unidentified woman
ca. 1910
238/147
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: boat
ca. 1910
238/148
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: scenery
ca. 1910
238/149
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: scenery
ca. 1910
238/150
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: unidentified woman in front of a statue
ca. 1910
238/151
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: tribal dancer
ca. 1910
238/152
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: group in a boat
ca. 1910
238/153
Trip to Hawaii and Japan
ca. 1910
238/154
Trip to Hawaii and Japan
ca. 1910
238/155
Trip to Hawaii and Japan
ca. 1910
238/156
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: village scene
ca. 1910
238/157
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: temple
ca. 1910
238/158
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: Yauco
ca. 1910
238/159
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: Hawaii
1909
238/160
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: Gusenada
ca. 1910
238/161
Trip to Hawaii and Japan
ca. 1910
238/162
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: group of unidentified men
ca. 1910
238/163
Group of men working
undated
238/164
Group of men working
1920
238/165
Water scene
undated
238/166
Water scene
undated
238/167
Winter scene
undated
238/168
Ship covered in ice
undated
238/169
Ship covered in ice
undated
238/170
Ship covered in ice
undated
238/171
Ship covered in ice
undated
238/172
Ship covered in ice
undated
238/173
Unidentified town
undated
238/174
Unidentified church
undated
238/175
Seaside scene
undated
238/176
Canadian Navy, Halifax, Nova Scotia
undated
238/177
Campbell: men working with machinery, Rope Haulge Room
undated
238/178
Unidentified house
undated
238/179
Interior of unidentified home
undated
238/180
Unidentified log cabin
undated
238/181
Jack (?), a collie
undated
238/182
Two unidentified children
undated
238/183
Unidentified house
undated
238/184
Unidentified house
undated
238/185
Unidentified house
undated
238/186
Joseph Yoshimate from Osaka, Japan, taken in Great Falls, MT
undated
238/187
Trip to Hawaii and Japan: unidentified man
ca. 1910
238/188
Harry Stanford's (?) property
undated
238/189
Looking North West from Bald Butte, MT
February 20 and undated
238/190
Bobcat
undated
238/191
Road
undated
238/192
Yucca plant
undated
238/193
Field
undated
238/194
Birch Creek Reservoir
May 21, 1915
238/195
Glacier (horse) owned by Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCutchen, Babb, MT
September 15, 1916
238/196
Unidentified bridge
undated
238/197
Dog in front of a lilac bush
undated
238/198
Tree
undated
238/199
Horseshoe Lake
October 1915
238/200
Water scene
undated
238/201
Unidentified home
undated
238/202
Unidentified group
undated
238/204
Unidentified house
undated
238/204
Montana National Guard
undated
238/205
Campbell: mining, group of men with machinery
undated
238/206
Campbell: mining, bridge across Coulee
undated
238/207
Campbell: mining, compressor
undated
238/208
Campbell: horses tables
undated
238/209
Campbell: coal cleaning room
undated
238/210
Butte mines: group of miners
undated
238/211
Teton Valley Railroad Construction: harvesting scene
undated
238/212
Teton Valley Railroad Construction: harvesting scene
undated
238/213
Teton Valley Railroad Construction
1887
238/214
Teton Valley Railroad Construction
ca. 1887
238/215
Unidentified home
undated
238/216
Unidentified woman in front of a house
undated
238/217
"Jack", a collie in front of a house
undated
238/218
School house (?)
undated
239/1
Conrad Mansion
undated
239/2
Unidentified woman and child on Conrad Mansion grounds
undated
239/3
Water tower (?)
undated
239/4
Native American festival
undated
239/5
Unidentified members of Conrad family on Conrad Mansion grounds
undated
239/6
Unidentified man in front of a church
undated
239/7
Conrad family outing
undated
239/8
Unidentified children
undated
239/9
Unidentified persons on a sleigh
undated
239/10
Farm scene
undated
239/11
MT scene: unidentified woman and horse
undated
239/12
Unidentified man fishing
undated
239/13
Mountain scenes
undated
239/14
Five young girls with dolls
undated
239/15
Campbell family outing
undated
239/16
Campbell family photos
undated
239/17
Works of art (?)
undated
239/18
Water scenes: Campbell family
undated
239/19
Campbell: agriculture, Kibbey, Belt, Long Creek, and Geyser
undated
239/20
Campbell: family photos
undated
239/21
Campbell: field scenes
undated
239/22
Campbell: agriculture, Cooper Ranch
undated
239/23
Campbell: bread making
undated
239/24
Campbell: agriculture, Sand Coulee Ranch
1909
239/25
Campbell: agriculture, Campbell Ranch
undated
239/26
Campbell: Nelson's Ranch shot from a train
undated
239/27
Campbell: "Mary" and "Frisky"
undated
239/28
Campbell: "George: legs crossed on Babe"
undated
239/29
Campbell: "Stacking hay at Upper Ranch"
undated
239/30
Campbell: "The family including Jack"
undated
239/31
Campbell: "Lena on Frisky, Mary holding Babe and Jack"
undated
239/32
Campbell: agriculture: wheat
undated
239/33
Campbell: "Lewistown trip"
undated
239/34
Campbell: "Lewistown trip"
undated
239/35
Campbell: "Lewistown trip"
undated
239/36
Campbell: "Lewistown trip"
undated
239/37
Campbell: "Lewistown trip" undated
239/38
Campbell: agriculture, field scenes, Sun River Ranch
1909
239/39
Campbell: agriculture, field scenes, Sun River Ranch
undated
239/40
Campbell: agriculture, field scenes, Sun River Ranch
1909
239/41
Campbell: agriculture, field scenes, Sun River Ranch
1909
239/42
Campbell: agriculture, field scenes, Sun River Ranch
undated
239/43
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
undated
239/44
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
undated
239/45
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
undated
239/46
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
undated
239/47
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
undated
239/48
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
summer 1909
239/49
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
summer 1909
239/50
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
summer 1909
239/51
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
summer 1909
239/52
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
summer 1909
239/53
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
summer 1909
239/54
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
summer 1909
239/55
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
summer 1909
239/56
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
summer 1909
239/57
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
summer 1909
239/58
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
summer 1909
239/59
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
summer 1909
239/60
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
summer 1909
239/61
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
summer 1909
239/62
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
summer 1909
239/63
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
summer 1909
239/64
Campbell: agriculture, field scene, Sun River Ranch
summer 1909
239/65
Campbell: agriculture, Lhor Brothers Ranch
undated
239/66
Campbell: agriculture, Lhor Brothers Ranch
undated
239/67
Campbell: agriculture, Lhor Brothers Ranch
undated
239/68
Campbell: George Campbell and "Teddy," taken before George went to New Haven
1908
239/69
Campbell: George Campbell and "Teddy," taken before George went to New Haven
1908
239/70
Campbell: George Campbell and "Teddy," taken before George went to New Haven
1908
239/71
Campbell: George Campbell and "Teddy," taken before George went to New Haven
1908
239/72
Campbell: George Campbell and "Teddy," taken before George went to New Haven
1908
239/73
Campbell: George Campbell and "Teddy," taken before George went to New Haven
1908
239/74
Campbell: "Teddy"
1908
239/75
Campbell: Mill towers
undated
239/76
Campbell: agriculture, Sand Coulee Ranch
undated
239/77
Campbell: unknown river
undated
239/78
H.P. Stanford: MacGregor Lake
undated
239/79
H.P. Stanford: Camas Springs
winter 1914-1915
239/80
H.P. Stanford: Taxidermy shop
winter 1914-1915
239/81
H.P. Stanford: Pauline, Bernard, and Troy, "Old Timers Picnic," Bad Rock
1914
239/82
H.P. Stanford: Cou Price (?), Camas Springs
June 1914
239/83
H.P. Stanford: two men hunting
undated
239/84
H.P. Stanford: winter scene
undated
239/85
H.P. Stanford: Gorueau and Merrigold at a pond in "Eli's Meadow"
Aug. 1917
239/86
H.P. Stanford: teepee
undated
239/87
H.P. Stanford: winter scene
undated
239/88
Campbell: agriculture, Lohr Brothers Ranch
undated
239/89
Campbell: agriculture, Lohr Brothers Ranch
undated
239/90
Campbell: agriculture, Lohr Brothers Ranch
undated
239/91
Campbell: agriculture, Lohr Brothers Ranch
undated
239/92
Campbell: agriculture, Lohr Brothers Ranch
undated
239/93
Campbell: agriculture, Lohr Brothers Ranch
undated
239/94
Campbell: agriculture, Lohr Brothers Ranch
ca. 1907
239/95
Campbell: agriculture, Lohr Brothers Ranch
undated
239/96
Campbell: agriculture, Lohr Brothers Ranch
undated
239/97
Campbell: agriculture, Lohr Brothers Ranch
undated
239/98
Campbell: unidentified town
ca. 1907
239/99
Campbell: agriculture, Lohr Brothers Ranch, tractor
undated
239/100
Campbell: agriculture, Lohr Brothers Ranch
ca. 1907
239/101
Campbell: "Haystack with Hat"
ca. 1907
239/102
Campbell: field scene with train
ca. 1907
239/103
Campbell: field scene with train
ca. 1907
239/104
Campbell: 12 Niehart films (taken by L.M.C.)
undated
239/105
Campbell: 12 Niehart films (taken by L.M.C.)
undated
239/106
Campbell: 12 Niehart films (taken by L.M.C.)
undated
239/107
Campbell: 12 Niehart films (taken by L.M.C.)
undated
239/108
Campbell: 12 Niehart films (taken by L.M.C.)
undated
239/109
Campbell: 12 Niehart films (taken by L.M.C.)
undated
239/110
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undated
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undated
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undated
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undated
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undated
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undated
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Campbell: cattle-alfalfa feed
undated
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undated
239/119
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undated
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undated
239/121
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undated
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undated
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Campbell: spring wheat on Guy C. Beathy's land, 15 miles North of Great Falls, MT
1911
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Irrigation project
undated
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undated
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240/1
Young girl
undated
240/2
Unidentified woman in her home, Cook, MT
undated
240/3
C.E. Morse
undated
240/4
Field scene
undated
240/5
Field scene: Gasswick
Sept. 1927
240/6
Black Point, Hawaii
1913
240/7
E. Winfrey and her horse Mabel at Jones Hall, William Woods Collage
1926
240/8
Barbara Price and children, Galveston, TX
1921
240/9
Wedding Party
1957
240/10
Unidentified woman and three children
undated
240/11
Rough casting of lamppost for Havre Building
1910
240/12
Robinson 160
1928
240/13
Unidentified child used by O. H. Barnhill to illustrate the article, "Fresh Air for the Baby"
ca. 1906
240/14
Partial view of Morkeberg's cabin on the high cliff near Holt
ca. 1906
240/15
"Cob at Revolver Practice," Cave Creek, AZ
Jan. 1935
240/16
Unidentified painting
undated
240/17
Unidentified child
undated
240/18
Unidentified child
undated
240/19
Unidentified child
undated
240/20
Phoebe Ann Huggins
1952
240/21
Phoebe Ann Huggins
1951
240/22
Phoebe Ann Huggins
1951
240/23
George and Alicia Campbell
undated
240/24
Doctor Savage
undated
240/25
Unidentified woman, "Skepticism"
undated
240/26
Unidentified woman
undated
240/27
George Campbell
undated
240/28
Anne Kendall (?)
undated
240/29
Nancy Nolan
undated
240/30
Nancy Nolan
July 29, 1945
240/31
Charles C. Campbell
ca. 1956
240/32
Kay Marie
ca. 1952
240/33
Kay Marie
ca. 1952
240/34
Irene Draper, George (?), and Alice (?)
July 22, 1951
240/35
Charles C. Campbell with unidentified woman
undated
240/36
Catherine Ann Campbell, "The First Ten Days"
Sept. 25-Oct. 5, 1954
240/37
Catherine Ann Campbell, "The First Ten Days"
Sept. 25-Oct 5, 1954
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Catherine Ann Campbell, "The First Ten Days"
Sept. 25-Oct. 5, 1954
240/39
Catherine Ann Campbell with her mother Nancy, Ann Campbell and maternal grandmother, "The First Ten Days"
Sept. 25-Oct. 5, 1954
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Catherine Ann Campbell with her mother, Nancy Ann Campbell, maternal grandmother, and family dog, "The First Ten Days"
Sept. 25-Oct. 5, 1954
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Catherine Ann Campbell with her mother, Nancy Ann Campbell, maternal grandmother, and family dog, "The First Ten Days"
Sept. 25-Oct. 5, 1954
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Catherine Ann Campbell with her mother, Nancy Ann Campbell, maternal grandmother, and unidentified woman, "The First Ten Days"
Sept. 25-Oct. 5, 1954
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Catherine Ann Campbell with her mother, Nancy Ann Campbell, maternal grandmother, and family dog, "The First Ten Days"
Sept. 25-Oct. 5, 1954
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Catherine Ann Campbell, "The First Ten Days"
Sept. 25-Oct. 5, 1954
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Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, "The First Ten Days"
Sept. 25-Oct. 5, 1954
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Catherine Ann Campbell with mother, Nancy Ann Campbell, and unidentified woman, "The First Ten Days"
Sept. 25-Oct. 5, 1954
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Catherine Ann Campbell with mother, Nancy Ann Campbell, and unidentified woman, "The First Ten Days"
Sept. 25-Oct. 5, 1954
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Catherine Ann Campbell with maternal grandmother and family dog, "The First Ten Days"
Sept. 25-Oct. 5, 1954
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Catherine Ann Campbell with maternal grandmother, "The First Ten Days"
Sept. 25-Oct. 5, 1954
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Catherine Ann Campbell with unidentified woman, "The First Ten Days"
Sept. 25-Oct. 5, 1954
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Nancy Ann Campbell, "The First Ten Days"
Sept. 25-Oct. 5, 1954
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Nancy Ann Campbell, "The First Ten Days"
Sept. 25-Oct. 5, 1954
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Nancy Ann Campbell with her mother, "The First Ten Days"
Sept. 25-Oct. 5, 1954
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Catherine Ann Campbell, "The First Ten Days"
Sept. 25-Oct. 5, 1954
240/55
Blue Angels
undated
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Blue Angels
undated
240/57
Blue Angels
undated
240/58
Blue Angels
undated
240/59
Blue Angels
undated
240/60
Blue Angels
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240/61
Blue Angels
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240/62
Blue Angels
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240/63
Blue Angels
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240/64
Blue Angels
undated
240/65
Blue Angels
undated
240/66
Nancy Ann Campbell and Charles C. Campbell
undated
240/67
Aerial photo of Nancy Ann and Charles C. Campbell's home
undated
240/68
Aerial photo
undated
240/69
Charles C. Campbell's family dogs
undated
240/70
Lois Duke, Roy (?), and Charles C. Campbell
undated
240/71
Nancy Ann Campbell and Lois Duke
undated
240/72
Charles C. Campbell
undated
240/73
Mary Wardwell (?)
undated
240/74
Professor Wardwell, taught at Andover
undated
240/75
Charles C. Campbell
ca. 1946
240/76
Charles C. Campbell's room at Yale
ca. 1946
240/77
Christmas tree in Charles C. Campbell's room at Yale
ca. 1946
240/78
Unidentified boy holding an infant
undated
240/79
Charles C. Campbell in uniform with other officers (I.D. key included)
undated
240/80
Letter to George Campbell from C.H. Campbell
Sept. 2, 1918
240/81
Letter to George Campbell from C.H. Campbell
Oct. 3, 1917
240/82
Harry Field Seed Company's field ninety days from seeding, Shenandoah, Iowa
1921
240/83
Henry Field of Henry Field Seed Company standing in a field of clover
ca. 1921
240/84
Henry Field Seed Company, Shenandoah, Iowa
1921
240/85
Automobile: Alder 1005 and undated
240/86
Unidentified young woman posing outside a house
undated
240/87
Unidentified man with hunting dogs, holding two bobcat
Dec. 22, 1930
240/88
Elizabeth Clutterbuck with dog, Abe
ca. 1941
241/1
Postcard to Mrs. C.E. Conrad: Four unidentified children standing in front of a log cabin
undated
241/2
Unidentified man fishing in the South Fork (?)
1914
241/3
Unidentified building, California
1888
241/4
Three unidentified women and one child on the roof of a building, "California Roses"
1888
241/5
Men on horseback in front of a house, California (?)
undated
241/6
Stanford: Calgary Stampede with RCMP Parade
ca. 1912
241/7
Stanford: Calgary Stampede with RCMP Parade
1912
241/8
Stanford: Calgary Stampede with RCMP Parade
1912
241/9
Bishop Brewer of the Episcopal Church of Montana
undated
241/10
Bishop Brewer of the Episcopal Church of Montana
undated
241/11
Charles Campbell
undated
241/12
George Campbell
undated
241/13
Francis Folsom, Cleveland
undated
241/14
C.E. Conrad
undated
241/15
C.E. Conrad
undated
241/16
Julia Davies, six years three months old
Dec. 1904
241/17
Louise Davies, nineteen years old
June 1911
241/18
Christmas photo of children, to "Aunt Mary" from Mary Brooks Davies
undated
241/19
Christmas card photo to "Aunt Mary" from Julia Davies
undated
241/20
Mary Brooks Davies
undated
241/21
Dr. O.C.S. Davies with Henry, eighteen months old
Nov. 1898
241/22
Louise Davies, thirteen years old
Dec. 1906
241/23
Louise Davies, two years nine months old
Sept. 1896
241/24
Henry H. Davies, three years
June 1900
241/25
Henry Brooks Davies
undated
241/26
Mary Brooks Davies, one year old
1909
241/27
Mary Brooks Davies, five months old
1909
241/28
Walter McCucheon (?)
undated
241/29
C. M. Russell
undated
241/30
Mrs. T.J. Todd (Mattie Conrad)
undated
241/31
Mrs. T.J. Todd (Mattie Conrad)
undated
241/32
Mr. Todd, Fort Benton
undated
241/33
T.J. Todd, Fort Benton
undated
241/34
T.J. Todd
undated
241/35
Granville Wardwell
undated
241/36
(back)C.E. Conrad, J.H. Baker, Dr. Adams, (front) W.G. conrad, T.J. Todd, C.W. Price
undated
241/37
Unidentified man in military unit
undated
241/38
Harry Penn "Hal" Stanford in military unit
undated
241/39
Unidentified man on a horse
undated
241/40
Group photo of an outdoor luncheon
undated
241/41
James T. Stanford and unidentified women outside of a log cabin
undated
241/42
Charles Conrad, age approximately 17
undated
241/43
Dog
undated
241/44
Ice Covered trees and house
undated
241/45
Ice covered trees
undated
241/46
McDonalds Peak, Mission Mountain Range, Montana
1920
241/47
Entrance to Birch Creek Canyon
undated
241/48
Tunnel outlet below Swift Dam (?)
undated
241/49
Upper shelf at Swift Dam
undated
241/50
Antique chest
ca. 1930
241/51
Antique chest
ca. 1930
241/52
Antique chest
ca. 1930
241/53
Antique chest
ca. 1930
241/54
Antique chest
ca. 1930
241/55
Antique chest
ca. 1930
241/56
Antique chest
ca. 1930
241/57
Steamboat
undated
241/58
1528-1530 Pacific Ave.
undated
241/59
The Poplars
undated
241/60
Painting owned by George Campbell
undated
241/61
C.E. Conrad property
undated
241/62
Farming photo
undated
241/63
Group of unidentified men standing in a field
undated
241/64
First Annual Employee's Picnic, Rock City, MT
June 15, 1919
241/65
C.E. Conrad Buffalo Herd
undated
241/66
Men farming
undated
241/67
Herd of sheep
undated
241/68
Unidentified group in front of a corn crop
undated
241/69
Farm house and barn
undated
241/70
Unidentified man standing in a field
undated
241/71
Sheep in a corral
undated
241/72
Two barns
undated
241/73
Grazing cattle
undated
241/74
Gazing cattle
undated
242/1
Charles Russell painting, "Before the White Man Came"
undated
242/2
Charles Russell painting, "The Buffalo Runners"
undated
242/3
Charles Russell painting, "The Silk Robe"
undated
242/4
Charles Russell painting, "Keohmes"
undated
242/5
Charles Russell painting, "Keohmes"
undated
242/6
Taxidermy: eagle
undated
242/7
Taxidermy: deer
undated
242/8
Taxidermy: big horn sheep
undated
242/9
Taxidermy: elk, done by Harry P. Stanford
undated
242/10
Taxidermy: two beavers
undated
242/11
Taxidermy: two deer and one big horn sheep
undated
242/12
Taxidermy: deer
undated
242/13
Taxidermy: antelope
undated
242/14
Taxidermy: mule deer
undated
242/15
Taxidermy: buffalo
undated
242/16
Taxidermy: elk
undated
242/17
Xavier Curgat, autographed
1942
242/18
Field scene
undated
242/19
Field scene
undated
242/20
Field scene
undated
242/21
Field scene
undated
242/22
Harvest scene
undated
242/23
Harvest scene
undated
242/24
Harvest scene
undated
242/25
Alfalfa on a wagon, Great Falls, MT
Jan 1917
242/26
Wheat field with two man and one boy
undated
242/27
Field with unidentified man
undated
242/28
Wheat field
undated
242/29
Helen L. Campbell
undated
242/30
Gates of Conrad Mansion
undated
242/31
Unidentified child
undated
242/32
Drawing of an unidentified child, by John F. Stevens (?)
ca. 1925
242/33
"Camp on Thorufrsou"
Sept. 1913
242/34
Three unidentified woman and one child inside a teepee
Sept. 1913
242/35
Unidentified woman with animals
ca. 1900
242/36
Unidentified woman with animals
ca. 1900
242/37
Group with automobile near Polson
May 13, 1917
242/38
Unidentified group
1937
242/39
Group picnic
May 13, 1917
242/40
Mount Vernon Mansion: postcard
undated
242/41
Mount Vernon Mansion: Lafayette's room and guest chamber
undated
242/42
Mount Vernon Mansion: old brick barn and entrance to the yard
undated
242/43
Mount Vernon Mansion: east parlor and west parlor
undated
242/44
Mrs. Mackenzie and the Prince of Wales
undated
242/45
Harry Stanford (first Chief of Police) and Levi Sausted (Chief of Police, 1936)
Sept. 1936
242/46
Postcard to Harry P. Stanford, New Salem
undated
242/47
Mrs. McGregor
1908
242/48
Long Prairie
Oct. 1904
242/49
Unidentified woman with teepee on the Thompson Lake
1931
242/50
Postcard to Mrs. Stanford, Sacramento California
July 1, 1942
242/51
Frank Kerr
1937
242/52
(l-r) unidentified man, Mrs. Harry "Jo" Stanford, Harry P. Stanford
undated
242/53
Harry P. Stanford (wearing white hat) and two unidentified persons
undated
242/54
Anne and Walter Sullivan
Apr. 10, 1942
242/55
Unidentified woman on Thompson Lake
Sept. 1928
242/56
Scenery photo
1931
242/57
Camas Hot Springs
1931
242/58
Unidentified woman
1931
242/59
George H. Raufball, Roger's Lake
May 20, 1935
242/60
Unidentified woman, McGregor Lake
1909
242/61
Barttelt's Hot Wall, Saunders Company, MT
1914
242/62
Bill Sullivan and Frank Spencer, Square Butte
Apr. 1942
242/63
Unidentified woman with dog
ca. 1906
242/64
Howell in front of Canadian Customs building
May 1937
242/65
Wilt Rifley with unidentified man
May 1937
242/66
Mrs. Harry "Jo" Stanford sleeping, Camas Hot Springs, MT
June 1914
242/67
Unidentified woman with dog
1898
242/68
Jo Stanford, Loug Prairie
1904
243/1
May W. Campbell
undated
243/2
Catherine Conrad
undated
243/3
Catherine Conrad
undated
243/4
C.E. Conrad
undated
243/5
Campbell: Fred Nelson's oats, near Great Falls, MT
undated
243/6
Alfalfa field with unidentified man on C.H. Campbell's Sand Coulee Cattle Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
undated
243/7
Alfalfa field on C.H. Campbell's Sand Coulee Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
undated
243/8
Campbell: unidentified man in a field with an automobile
undated
243/9
Campbell: field scene with two unidentified men and a wagon
undated
243/10
Campbell: Joseph Perrault's Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
undated
243/11
Campbell: agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
243/12
Campbell: Frank Sheldon's Ranch, near Great Falls, MT
undated
243/13
Campbell: agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
243/14
Campbell: agriculture, Barton Armstrong's crab apples, near Great Falls, MT
undated
243/15
Campbell: agriculture, Barton Armstrong, near Great Falls, MT
undated
243/16
Campbell: agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
243/17
Campbell: agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
243/18
Campbell: agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
243/19
Campbell: agriculture, group in front of a building, near Great Falls, MT
undated
243/20
Campbell: agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
243/21
Campbell: agriculture, near Great Falls, MT
undated
243/22
Unidentified house
undated
243/23
Mrs. Henry Stanford in the doorway of Ed Potter's cabin
July 1931
243/24
Japanese American parade (?)
undated
243/25
Japanese American fair (?)
undated
243/26
Japanese American fair (?)
undated
243/27
Japanese American fair (?). undated
243/28
Japanese American fair (?)
undated
243/29
Trip to Hawaii and the Far East: unidentified boy
undated
243/30
Trip to Hawaii and the Far East: Waiakea, Hawaii
undated
243/31
Trip to Hawaii and the Far East: Outrigger Club, Waikiki Beach
undated
243/32
Trip to Hawaii and the Far East: driveway at Ainahau
undated
243/33
Trip to Hawaii and the Far East: palms at Pearl Harbor
undated
243/34
Trip to Hawaii and the Far East: native grass hut on Hawaii
undated
243/35
Haystacks
undated
243/36
Haystacks
undated
243/37
Agriculture scene
undated
243/38
Campbell: Frank Stouf's harvesting machine, near Great Falls, MT
undated
243/39
L.J. Campbell
undated
243/40
"Ben"
undated
243/41
Charles and Catherine Conrad (grandchildren of C.E. Conrad)
undated
243/42
Old Mission, San Diego, CA
undated
243/43
Hotel del Corando, Corando Beach, CA
undated
243/44
Dog
undated
244/1
Alicia Ann Coggan
undated
244/2
Silhouette of Chas William at three years old
undated
244/3
Silhouette of Chas William at three years old
undated
244/4
Silhouette of Henrietta Barbara Tyson (Aunt of C.E. Conrad)
undated
244/5
Silhouette of Mifs B. Hagen
undated
244/6
Silhouette of John Henry Coggan, ten years old
undated
244/7
Silhouette of Alexander Jackson
undated
244/8
Silhouette of B.G. Hagen
undated
244/9
Silhouette of Mr. Tyson Hagen
undated
244/10
Silhouette of Tyson William Hagen, age sixteen years old
undated
244/11
Silhouette of Mr. W. Hutchinson
undated
244/12
Silhouette of W. Thomas Coggan
undated
244/13
Silhouette of Mr. W. Smith
undated
244/14
Silhouette of Miss B. Hagen
undated
244/15
Silhouette of Miss M.A. Jones
undated
244/16
Silhouette of Mr. C. Hagen
undated
244/17
Silhouette of Mr. Tyson Hagen
undated
244/18
Silhouette of Mr. Bonam
undated
244/19
Silhouette of Miss B. Jones
undated
244/20
Silhouette of Mrs. Olive Hagen
undated
244/21
Silhouette of H.B. Hagen
undated
244/22
Silhouette of Mr. C.W. Coggan
undated
244/23
Silhouettes: photo album
undated
244/24
Photo album: McLeod Jubilee, N.W.T. Police, McLeod, Alberta, Canada
July 1-3, 1924
244/25
Photo album
1907-1917
244/26
Silhouette of Harriette Barbara Tyson, aunt of Alicia D. Conrad
undated
245/1
Campbell: S.R. Branch, field scene with automobile
ca. 1910
245/2
Campbell: S.R. Branch, men at work in a field
June 4, 1910
245/3
Campbell: S.R. Branch, field scene
1909
245/4
Campbell: S.R. Branch, field scene
1909
245/5
Campbell: S.R. Branch, filed scene
ca. 1909
245/6
Campbell: S.R. Branch, men working in a field
June 4, 1910
245/7
Campbell: S.R. Branch, men working in a field
June 4, 1910
245/8
Campbell: lower S.R.R., river scene
ca. 1909
245/9
Campbell: lower S.R.R., haystack
ca. 1909
245/10
Campbell: lower S.R.R., haystack with automobile
ca. 1909
245/11
Campbell: lower S.R.R., river scene with automobile
ca. 1909
245/12
Campbell: lower S.R.R., woman in a carriage in front of a haystack
ca. 1909
245/13
Campbell: lower S.R.R., river scene
1909
245/14
Campbell: lower S.R.R., river scene
1909
245/15
Campbell: lower S.R.R., river scene
1909
245/16
Campbell: lower S.R.R., river scene
1909
245/17
Campbell: lower S.R.R., river scene
1909
245/18
Campbell: lower S.R.R., river scene
1909
245/19
Campbell: haystack
1909
245/20
Campbell: Mr. Campbell with unidentified child
undated
245/21
Campbell: unidentified home
undated
245/22
Campbell: unidentified landscape
undated
245/23
Campbell: two unidentified Native Americans
undated
245/24
Campbell: table top (?)
undated
245/25
Campbell: sofa
undated
245/26
Campbell: sofa
undated
245/27
Campbell: unidentified building
undated
245/28
Campbell: unidentified painting
undated
245/29
Campbell: chairs
undated
245/30
Campbell: unidentified building
undated
245/31
Campbell: cabinet
undated
245/32
Campbell: sofa
undated
245/33
Campbell: chairs
undated
245/34
Campbell: load of alfalfa
undated
245/35
Campbell: cattle in a field
undated
245/36
Campbell: cattle in a corral
undated
245/37
Campbell: cattle in a corral
undated
245/38
Campbell: cattle in a corral
undated
245/39
Campbell: cattle in a corral
undated
245/40
Campbell: cattle in a corral. undated
245/41
Campbell: horses
undated
245/42
Campbell: cattle in a field
undated
245/43
Campbell: cattle in a field
undated
245/44
Europe after World War One
1919
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1919
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1919
245/94
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1919
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1919
245/96
Europe after World War One
1919
245/97
Europe after World War One
1919
245/98
Europe after World War One
1919
245/99
Harry Stanford: winter scene
undated
245/100
Harry Stanford: winter scene
undated
245/101
Harry Stanford: winter scene
undated
245/102
Harry Stanford: unidentified child
undated
245/103
Harry Stanford: unidentified group
undated
245/104
Harry Stanford: winter scene
undated
245/105
Harry Stanford: winter scene
undated
245/106
Harry Stanford: unidentified house
undated
245/107
Harry Stanford: winter scene
undated
245/108
Harry Stanford: unidentified group of children
undated
245/109
Harry Stanford: unidentified boy
undated
245/110
Harry Stanford: two unidentified boys
undated
245/111
Harry Stanford: two unidentified boys
undated
245/112
Harry Stanford: unidentified group of men
undated
245/113
Harry Stanford: unidentified man with a dog
undated
245/114
Harry Stanford: dog in Browis Meadow
1903
245/115
Harry Stanford: Harry Stanford (?) with unidentified man
undated
245/116
Stanford family: John Stanford, Chester, Nova Scotia, Canada
undated
245/117
Stanford family: Humphrey Stanford
1898
245/118
James Stanford, Sr.
undated
245/119
Stanford family: Jim II and his wife and their son Jim III Stanford
1925
245/120
Harry Stanford: unidentified group in an automobile
undated
245/121
Harry Stanford: unidentified boy
undated
245/122
Harry Stanford: dog
undated
245/123
Harry Stanford: two unidentified men hunting
undated
245/124
Harry Stanford: Mr. and Mrs. B.C. McCain
undated
245/125
Mr. and Mrs. McCain
1922
245/126
Harry Stanford: slice-box of the Stillwater on the Middle Fork, Grace Gorduer pictured
1929
245/127
Harry Stanford: Potter's tent, Jo pictured at Fred Sleatterok's old place, Stillwater on the Middle Fork
1929
245/128
Harry Stanford: Potter's ranch, Potter, Kerr, and Corufton pictured
1930
245/129
Harry Stanford: two unidentified men in front of a cabin
undated
245/130
Harry Stanford: river scene
undated
245/131
Harry Stanford: Thompson Lake
1908
245/132
Harry Stanford: field scene
undated
245/133
Harry Stanford: unidentified men fishing
undated
245/134
Harry Stanford: kitten
undated
245/135
Harry Stanford: dog
undated
245/136
Harry Stanford: unidentified woman with dog
undated
245/137
Harry Stanford: unidentified man adding
undated
245/138
Harry Stanford: lake scene
undated
245/139
Harry Stanford: tent by a lake
undated
245/140
Harry Stanford: tent by a lake
undated
245/141
Harry Stanford: Lake Roueau, Hall, Stanford, and Merrigold pictured
August 31, 1913
245/142
Harry Stanford: dam
undated
245/143
Stanford family: James Stanford's daughter
undated
245/144
Stanford family: James T. Stanford's daughter
undated
245/145
Harry Stanford, field scene
undated
245/146
Slice-box on the Stillwater of the Middle Fork, Grace Gorduer and Potter pictured
1929
245/147
Harry Stanford, Mrs. Stanford (?)
undated
245/148
Harry Stanford, Conrad Mansion Grounds (?)
undated
245/149
Stanford family, George S. Stanford
undated
245/150
Stanford family, George S. Stanford
undated
245/151
Stanford family, James Stanford's son
undated
245/152
Lumbering: two unidentified men
undated
245/153
Lumbering: H.P. Stanford (?)
undated
245/154
Unidentified group in a cornfield
undated
245/155
Farmhouse with three unidentified men
undated
245/156
Campbell: agriculture, barns, near Great Falls, MT
undated
245/157
Agriculture: farmhouse, near Great Falls, MT
undated
245/158
Harry Stanford, Mrs. Conrad (?), in the Conrad Mansion
undated
245/159
John Stanford
undated
245/160
Stanford family, Mrs. Beck (?)
Christmas 1902
245/161
James S. Stanford at St. John's Military Academy, New York
circa 1903
245/162
Campbell: agriculture, farmhouse, near Great Falls, MT
undated
245/163
C.E. Conrad
undated
245/164
Charles E. Conrad
undated
245/165
C.E. Conrad
undated
245/166
C.E. Conrad
undated
245/167
George Campbell
undated
245/168
George Campbell
undated
245/169
Group photo including C.D. Conrad, Mary Conrad Drake, and Catherine Conrad with unidentified others
undated
245/170
Group photo including (l) Mary Conrad Drake, (upper r from her) James S. Stanford, Charles D. Conrad, unknown, Gretchen Stanfor (?), (lower row l-r) unknown, Josephine Conrad, Catherine Conrad, and children
undated
245/171
Catherine Conrad
undated
245/172
Christ Church Episcopal, Kalispell, MT. Original building that has been replaced.
undated
245/173
Old Steel Bridge, Kalispell, MT
undated
245/174
Roland Reed's cat, "Patches"
undated
245/175
West Minister home of Charles C. Campbell
undated
245/176
Campbell: agriculture, buildings near Great Falls, MT
undated
245/177
Group photo: (back)C.E. Conrad, J.H. Baker, Dr. Adams, (front) W.G. conrad, T.J. Todd, C.W. Price . Same as 241/36
undated
245/178
C.E. Conrad
undated
245/179
Campbell: group photo, Geo. Campbell. Emma L. Campbell, Frank W. Campbell (uncle)
undated
245/180
Stanton U. Campbell, five months eleven days old
undated
245/181
Fred G. Campbell (uncle)
undated
245/182
George C. Harlow (grandfather)
undated
245/183
Mrs. Douglas on a Motor Tour Abroad
1909-1910
246/1
Grandfather Campbell, Wardwell or Aaksult, tintype
undated
246/2
Unidentified man, dauguerrotype
undated
246/3
Unidentified man, dauguerrotype
undated
246/4
Unidentified man, tintype
undated
246/5
Unidentified man, dauguerrotype
undated
246/6
Unidentified man, dauguerrotype
undated
246/7
Alicia D. and James T. Stanford, dauguerrotype
1974
246/8
James T. Stanford, dauguerrotype
undated
246/9
James T. Stanford, dauguerrotype
undated
246/10
Unidentified man, dauguerrotype
undated
246/11
Front (l-r): James T. Stanford and son, Jas. S. Stanford, Back (l-r): daughter Gretchen Stanford, wife Margaret Stanford, dauguerrotype
circa 1895
246/12
Unidentified man, dauguerrotype
undated
246/13
Grandmother Campbell, dauguerrotype
undated
246/14
Grandmother Campbell, dauguerrotype
undated
246/15
Grandmother Campbell, ambrotype
undated
246/16
Daughter of James Stanford and his first wife, Mary
1871
246/17
Daughters of James Stanford and his first wife, Mary
undated
246/18
Ferd Froelich with Mrs. Stanford
undated
246/19
Thomas Coggan, Catherine E. Stanford's father, silhouette
undated
246/20
"Little Jo and Jack" Mrs. Harry Stanford at McGregor Lake, Montana
1909
246/21
Alicia (Lettie) Conrad Campbell
undated
246/22
Mrs. C.E. (Lettie) Conrad
undated
224/1
Three unidentified children
undated
224/2
Fort McLeod, N.W.T., Canada
1878
224/3
James A. Stanford
undated
224/4
Mrs. C.E. Conrad
undated
224/5
R.N.W.N. Police Barracks, McLeod A.H.A.
undated
224/6
Joseph Howard Conrad
undated
224/7
Three unidentified man, Mount Jackson, Glacier National Park
undated
224/8
Lake McDonald
undated
224/9
Mount Edwards
undated
224/10
Lake McDonald
1906
224/11
Cotton Ball hosted by the Davenports
Oct. 30, 1914
224/12
R.N.W.M.P. Veterans Calgary Stampede
undated
224/13
Hubbard Farm, Springfield, Vermont
undated
224/14
Two unidentified men with pelts
undated
224/15
C.S. Edwards, Vancouver residence
undated
224/16
Shepard, Winston, and Company pay car
undated
224/17
Great Northern Railroad, Maria's Crossing (below Fort Benton) in the Marias Valley
undated
224/18
Kootenai Lodge, Swan Lake
Aug. 10. 1909
224/19
Forest scene, road to Lake McDonald
undated
224/20
Mount Goats
undated
224/21
Driving of the golden spike at the Whitefish Speer Line
undated
224/22
Kalispell parade
undated
224/23
Deer
undated
224/24
Deer
undated
224/25
Man in a canoe on logging lake, North of Lake McDonald
undated
224/26
Home of Francis W. (?) Campbell, Maltese, MA
undated
224/27
City lodging, Flathead
Aug. 5, 1909
224/28
Mrs. Henry Dickey (relative of James J. Hill)
undated
224/29
Unidentified woman
undated
224/30
Little Matter horn
undated
224/31
Falls McDonald Creek
undated
224/32
Unidentified man in uniform
undated
224/33
Unidentified woman
undated
224/34
Phil Freeman
undated
224/35
Harvesting scene
June 24, 1911
224/36
N. W. M. Police
undated
224/37
Flathead Lake
undated
224/38
Batchese, Native American photo
1902
224/39
Skulking, Native American photo
1902
224/40
The Marias Valley
undated
225/1
Rainbow Falls, Missouri River, Great Falls, MT
undated
225/2
C.E. Conrad
undated
225/3
Smelters at Great Falls, Mt
undated
225/4
The Giant Springs, Great Falls, MT
1907
225/5
Rainbow Falls, Missouri River, Great Falls, MT
undated
225/6
Field scene
June 24, 1911
225/7
Alfalfa crop, C.H. Campbell and Son Ranch
June 24, 1911
225/8
Barley and Alfalfa crop, C.H. Campbell and Son Ranch
Aug. 1907
225/9
Field scene
undated
225/10
Elk
undated
225/11
Football team
undated
225/12
River scene
undated
225/13
Avalanche Lake, Sperry Glacier, Glacier National Park, MT
undated
225/14
Sperry Glacier, Glacier National Park, MT undated
225/15
Glacier
undated
225/16
River scene
1914
225/17
Lake scene, Flathead (?), MT
undated
225/18
Flathead Lake and Mission Mountains, MT
undated
225/19
Lake scene, Flathead (?)
undated
225/20
Black Eagle Falls on the Missouri River, Great Falls, MT
undated
225/21
Horseshoe Falls on the Missouri River, Great Falls, MT
undated
225/22
Horseshoe Falls on the Missouri River, Great Falls, MT
undated
225/23
Smelters: Black Eagle Falls on the Missouri River, Great Falls, MT
undated
225/24
Black Eagle Falls of the Missouri River, Great Falls
undated
225/25
Dam
undated
225/26
Missouri River
undated
225/27
Great Falls on the Missouri River, Great Falls, MT
undated
225/28
Great Falls on the Missouri River, Great Falls, MT
undated
225/29
Black Eagle on the Missouri River, Great Falls, MT
undated
225/30
Field scene
June 24, 1911
225/31
Beets, Ogden, UT
undated
226/1
Drawing of a room
undated
226/2
Postcard of Harry P. Stanford's taxidermy shop
undated
226/3
Two unidentified persons in front of a teepee
undated
226/4
Unidentified persons in a canoe on Thompson Lake
Sept. 1913
226/5
Bean (?) Wallace with unidentified man
1935
226/6
Mrs. Stanford with Mrs. Merrigold, in front of Gorman's Cabin
July 1931
226/7
B. Canal
June 11, 1919
226/8
Mr. Ebner and Mr. Atwood on B. Canal
June 11, 1919
226/9
Mr. Atwood on the bank of B. Canal over Birch Creek
June 11, 1919
226/10
Mr. Spier and Mr. Atwood at head gates of the B. Canal over Birch Creek
June 11, 1919
226/11
Unidentified group in front of a house
undated
226/12
First Annual Employee's Picnic, Rock City, MT
June 15, 1919
226/13
First Annual Employee's Picnic, Rock City, MT
June 15, 1919
226/14
First Annual Employee's Picnic, Rock City, MT
June 15, 1919
226/15
First Annual Employee's Picnic, Rock City, MT
June 15, 1919
226/16
First Annual Employee's Picnic, Rock City, MT
June 15, 1919
226/17
First Annual Employee's Picnic, Rock City, MT
June 15, 1919
226/18
Mr. Spier on B. Canal
June 11, 1919
226/19
Mr. Spier on B. Canal, Cartwright, Coulee
June 11, 1919
226/20
Men farming
undated
226/21
Men building a structure
undated
226/22
Men plowing
undated
226/23
Men on buggies
undated
226/24
Men building a structure
undated
226/25
Unidentified group on top of B. Canal
undated
226/26
Unidentified bridge
undated
226/27
Unidentified group in field
undated
226/28
Photo album
undated
226/29
Photo album, owned by Harry Stanford (?)
1896-1907

Series XXXVIII:  Artifacts , circa 1922Return to Top

0.5 linear feet

This series contains artifacts such as billfolds, taxidermy tools, and various satchels of hair.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
213/1
Aunt Catherine E. Hutchinson's hair
undated
213/2
Catherine E. Stanford hair
undated
213/3
James T. Stanford billfold
undated
213/4
W.G. Conrad Billfold
undated
213/5
Harry Stanford's Hole punch (taxidermy tool)
undated
213/6
Harry Stanford's skinning knife (taxidermy tool)
undated
213/7
Harry Stanford's billfold
undated
213/8
Photo container
undated
213/9
Blue swatch of material
ca. 1922

Series XXXIX:  Unprocessed Maps, circa 1930sReturn to Top

4.0 linear feet

This series consists of two boxes of unprocessed maps.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
248OS
Bighorn County to Broadwater County
circa 1930s
249OS
Arbor Day to Bighole Valley
circa 1930s

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • American bison--Montana
  • Banks and banking--Montana
  • Business enterprises--Montana
  • Cattle trade--Montana
  • Commercial buildings--Montana--Kalispell
  • Decedents' estates--Montana
  • Dwellings--Montana--Kalispell
  • Mines and mineral resources--Montana
  • Mining corporations--Montana
  • Ranching--Montana
  • Real estate development--Montana
  • Red Cross--Montana--Kalispell
  • Taxidermy
  • Personal Names :
  • Conrad, Alicia D. Stanford (Alicia Davenport Stanford), 1860-1923--Estate
  • Conrad, Charles E., 1850-1902--Estate
  • Family Names :
  • Campbell family
  • Conrad family
  • Conrad family--Homes and haunts--Montana--Kalispell
  • Stanford family
  • Geographical Names :
  • Conrad (Mont.)
  • Kalispell (Mont.)
  • Kalispell (Mont.)--Buildings, structures, etc.
  • Montana--Emigration and immigration
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Business records--Montana
  • Estate records--Montana
  • Family papers--Montana
  • Photographs--Montana
  • Travelers' writings, American
  • Occupations :
  • Businessmen--Montana
  • Capitalists and financiers--Montana
  • Other Creators :
    • Personal Names :
    • Campbell family
    • Campbell, Charles Conrad
    • Campbell, George, d. 1973
    • Conrad family
    • Conrad, Alicia D. Stanford (Alicia Davenport Stanford), 1860-1923
    • Conrad, Charles D., 1882-1941
    • Conrad, Charles Edward, 1850-1902
    • Conrad, William G., 1848-1914
    • McCutcheon, Walter.
    • Stanford family
    • Stanford, Catherine E. (Catherine Elizabeth), d. 1904.
    • Stanford, Harry P., 1867-1944.
    • Stanford, James T.
    • Stanford, James T., d. 1872
    • Van Duzer, Catherine Conrad, 1885-1935
    • Corporate Names :
    • Conrad Brothers Corporation
    • Conrad Circle Cattle Company
    • Conrad City Water Company
    • Conrad Holding Company
    • Conrad Investment Company
    • Conrad National Bank
    • Conrad Townsite Company
    • Conrad Corporation
    • Conrad-Beebe Company
    • Conrad-Price Cattle Company
    • Kalispell Townsite Company
    • Kalispell Corporation
    • Montana and Idaho Investment Company
    • Northwestern National Bank (Great Falls, Mont.)
    • Queen Mining and Milling Company
    • Valier Land and Water Company