Montana Historical Society Director's records, 1951-2003  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Montana Historical Society. Director.
Title
Montana Historical Society Director's records
Dates
1951-2003 (inclusive)
Quantity
54 feet of shelf space
Collection Number
MHS 2
Summary
The Director is the administrative head of the Montana Historical Society. Records include a subgroup for the directors prior to 1975, and subgroups for each of the director's thereafter. Records include combined correspondence/subject files, financial records, legal documents, organizational records, press releases, printed material, reports, miscellany, and clippings. This is an on-going project.
Repository
Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Montana Historical Society Research Center Archives
225 North Roberts
PO Box 201201
Helena MT
59620-1201
Telephone: 406-444-2681
Fax: 406-444-5297
mhslibrary@mt.gov
Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.

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


Historical NoteReturn to Top

On December 21, 1864 Francis M. Thompson introduced into the Territorial legislature, Council Bill 15 to incorporate the Historical Society of Montana, as a private organization. The purpose of the Society was “…to collect and arrange facts in regard to the early history of this Territory…." The bill was signed into law on February 2, 1865. The Society held its first organizational meeting later that month. Among the incorporators were Granville Stuart, H. L. Hosmer, C. P. Higgins, John Owens, and W. F. Sanders. The Society membership was limited to a few prominent Montana pioneers, who had to be elected by unanimous election by the members.

The Society began collecting reminiscences and other memorabilia of the early pioneers. Tragically, these collections burned in the disastrous 1874 fire in downtown Helena. Immediately after the fire, the Society contacted many of the original pioneers and obtained replacement reminiscences, diaries, and letters. They also began the intensive collection of the territory’s newspapers, publications of government expeditions, artifacts, and other items of interest. The collections were housed in the Lewis and Clark County Courthouse from 1886 until the completion of the new Capitol building in 1902.

The early history of the Society was one of a gradual increase in government involvement. In 1873 the legislature appropriated $150 to buy additional manuscripts and books. By 1887 the Territory was paying rent for housing the library and the salary of the librarian. In 1891 the collections were officially transferred to State control. And two years later the Governor was given the authority to appoint the Board of Trustees. In 1895 the legislature changed the name to “The Historical and Miscellaneous Library”. This name was retained until the 1923 legislature restored the original name. Finally in 1963 the name was changed to its present Montana Historical Society.

A separate building for the Society was planned as early as the mid 1920s, but the Depression, World War II, and other factors delayed the building until 1953 when the Veterans and Pioneers Building was completed. In 1951 K. Ross Toole was hired as the first professional director. His major task was to plan for the new building, and the varied programs which it would enable. Among these programs were a formal museum, art galleries, the library, and a magazine.

Until 1951 the Society had no director. The Librarian and assistant functioned as director and staff. In 1951, K. Ross Toole was hired as the first official director. The role of Society expanded to include publication of a magazine, management of a museum, development of art galleries, and merchandising of artwork, as well as the original Library. In addition to the Director, Administration came to include a business manager, accountants, and other functions central to the Society as a whole. The Director’s responsibility is the overall administration of the Society, under the general guidance of the Board of Trustees.

Directors succeeding Toole (1951-1958), were Michael Kennedy (1958-1966), Sam Gilluly (1966-1974), Ken Korte (1974-1979), Robert Archibald (1979-1989), Larry Sommer (1989-1992), Brian Cockhill (1992-1998), Arnold Olsen (1999-2006), and Richard Sims (2006- ). In addition, there have been several interim directors serving for varying periods of time.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Records of the Director's office include a subgroup for the directors prior to 1975, and subgroups for each of the director's thereafter. Records include combined correspondence/subject files, financial records, legal documents, organizational records, press releases, printed material, reports, miscellany, and clippings. This is an on-going project.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The Montana Historical Society is the owner of the materials in the Research Library and makes available reproductions for research, publication, and other uses. Written permission must be obtained from the Research Library before any reproduction use. The Society does not necessarily hold copyright to all of the materials in the collections. In some cases, permission for use may require seeking additional authorization from the copyright owners.

Preferred Citation

Item description and date. Name of Collection. Collection Number. Box and folder number. Montana Historical Society Research Center. Archives. Helena, Montana.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Directors K. Ross Toole, Michael S. Kennedy, and Sam Gilluly, 1951-1974Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
General Correspondence / Subject Files
Box/Folder
1 / 1
163rd Infantry Association
1970-1972
1 / 2-3
Ab - Al
1951-1974
1 / 5
James P. Allen
1966-1967
1 / 6
Ama - Ame
1956-1974
1 / 7-9
American Association for State and Local History
1951-1974
1 / 10-11
American Association of Museums
1958-1974
1 / 12
American Federation of the Arts
1959-1965
1 / 13
American Heritage Magazine
1952-1972
1 / 14
American Historical Association
1959-1965
1 / 15
Anaconda Copper Mining Company / Anaconda Company
1951, 1972-1974
1 / 16
Don Anderson
1960-1974
1 / 17
Ana - Ant
1962-1973
1 / 18
Appel Color Photography
1954-1966
1 / 19
Archaeology
1966-1971
1 / 20
Archives and records management
1951-1974
1 / 21
George T. Armitage
1959-1964
1 / 22
John and Sarah Arnott (re proposed Judith River Dam)
1974
1 / 23
Gov. J. Hugo Aronson
1969-1973
1 / 24
Art galleries and museums: Aa - Ame
1960-1968
1 / 25-29
Art galleries and museums: Amon Carter Museum
1958-1974
1 / 30
Art galleries and museums: Art Attic Gallery
1965-1966
1 / 31
Art galleries and museums: Baker Collection Gallery
1964-1966
1 / 32
Art galleries and museums: Brickman Gallery (Joseph A. Saffron)
1966-1971
1 / 33-34
Art galleries and museums: Buchholz Galleries
1959-1969
1 / 35
Art galleries and museums: B
1959-1967
1 / 36
Art galleries and museums: Chapellier Gallery
1961
1 / 37
Art galleries and museums: Chaney Cowles Memorial Museum
1962-1965
1 / 38
Art galleries and museums: C - D
1962-1972
1 / 39
Art galleries and museums: Edmonton Art Gallery
1966-1967
1 / 40
Art galleries and museums: Fairfield Gallery (Leo and Anthony Lombardo)
1971-1973
1 / 41
Art galleries and museums: Finlay Galleries
1955-1967
1 / 42
Art galleries and museums: F - G
1955-1973
1 / 43
Art galleries and museums: Greenfield's Galleries
1961-1972
1 / 44
Art galleries and museums: Gund Collection of Western Art
1972-1973
1 / 45-48
Art galleries and museums: Hammer Galleries (Armand Hammer)
1957-1971
1 / 49
Art galleries and museums: H - J
1959-1970
2 / 1
Art galleries and museums: Joslyn Art Museum
1953-1969
2 / 2
Art galleries and museums: Kennedy Galleries
1956-1974
2 / 3
Art galleries and museums: K - L
1956-1972
2 / 4
Art galleries and museums: Museum of the Great Plains
1960-1967
2 / 5
Art galleries and museums: Museum of New Mexico
1958-1964
2 / 6
Art galleries and museums: Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery
1963
2 / 7-8
Art galleries and museums: Rockwell Gallery
1961-1974
2 / 9-10
Art galleries and museums: C.M. Russell Gallery, great Falls
1952-1974
2 / 11
Art galleries and museums: R - V
1955-1972
2 / 12
Art galleries and museums: Whitney Gallery of Western Art
1959-1974
2 / 13
Art galleries and museums: W
1967-1972
2 / 14
Art galleries and museums: Yellowstone Art Center
1956-1972
2 / 15
Artists: list of Montana artists
1961
2 / 16
Artists: William F. Atkinson
1973
2 / 17
Artists: Robert Atwood
1961-1964
2 / 18
Artists: Helen Aupperle
1962-1963
2 / 19
Artists: Rudy Autio
1959-1966
2 / 20
Artists: Elwood Averill
1954-1971
2 / 21
Artists: Ba
1964-1968
2 / 22
Artists: Jack Beauchamps
1960-1970
2 / 23
Artists: Gabe Bedish
1955-1967
2 / 24-25
Artists: Joe Beeler
1960-1973
2 / 26
Artists: Be - Bl
1962-1972
2 / 27
Artists: Sheryl Bodily
1961-1973
2 / 28
Artists: Bo
1954-1971
2 / 29
Artists: Harley Brown
1971-1974
2 / 30
Artists: Br - Bu
1954-1971
2 / 31-32
Artists: George Catlin
1956-1972
2 / 33
Artists: Ca - Co
1951-1974
2 / 34
Artists: Ralph Earl DeCamp
1955-1973
2 / 35
Artists: Gerald Curtis Delano
1963-1971
2 / 36
Artists: Maynard Dixon
1960-1974
2 / 37
Artists: Paul Dyck
1961-1966
2 / 38-39
Artists: D
1956-1974
2 / 40
Artists: Nick Eggenhofer
1955-1971
2 / 41
Artists: E
1957-1969
2 / 42
Artists: Fred Fellows
1964-1972
2 / 43
Artists: F
1955-1969
2 / 44
Artists: Elling W. "Bill" Gollings
1950-1969
2 / 45
Artists: Joe Ruiz Grandee
1962-1965
2 / 46
Artists: Caroline Gibbons Granger
1957-1961
2 / 47
Artists: G
1954-1973
3 / 1
Artists: James Haughey
1955-1969
3 / 2
Artists: Earl Heikka
1960-1972
3 / 3
Artists: Orlin Helgoe
1964-1972
3 / 4
Artists: Hugh Hockaday
1961-1968
3 / 5-7
Artists: H
1954-1974
3 / 8
Artists: Esther P. Ingraham
1960-1964
3 / 9
Artists: Harry Jackson
1964-1966
3 / 10
Artists: J
1960-1972
3 / 11
Artists: Hans Kleiber
1964-1972
3 / 12
Artists: W. H. D. Koerner
1963-1972
3 / 13
Artists: K
1960-1971
3 / 14
Artists: Alex LaFountain
1963-1970
3 / 15
Artists: Robert O. Lindneux
1955-1967
3 / 16
Artists: Elizabeth Lochrie
1954-1974
3 / 17
Artists: L
1954-1974
3 / 18
Artists: James Masterson
1952-1972
3 / 19
Artists: Lea Franklin McCarty
1959-1965
3 / 20
Artists: Dan Muller
1965-1966
3 / 21-22
Artists: M
1956-1974
3 / 23
Artists: N - O
1954-1972
3 / 24
Artists: Mary Parker
1961-1962
3 / 25-26
Artists: Edgar S. Paxson
1953-1972
3 / 27-28
Artists: Edgar S. Paxson (re controversy about reproduction rights)
1961-1974
3 / 29
Artists: Les Peters
1954-1973
3 / 30
Artists: George Phippen
1954-1965
3 / 31
Artists: Wolfgang Pogzeba
1960-1967
3 / 32
Artists: Ace Powell
1955-1971
3 / 33
Artists: Roger Preuss
1962-1965
3 / 34
Artists: P
1958-1974
3 / 35
Artists: E. B. Quigley
1965-1969
3 / 36-37
Artists: J. K. Ralston
1952-1972
3 / 38
Artists: Winold Reiss
1959-1972
3 / 39
Artists: Frederic Remington
1955-1971
3 / 40
Artists: Charles M. Russell (acquisitions)
1969
3 / 41
Artists: Charles M. Russell (A)
1954-1972
3 / 42
Artists: Charles M. Russell (Gertrude Mayn Backus)
1965-1973
3 / 43
Artists: Charles M. Russell (Britzman Collection)
1953-1970
3 / 44
Artists: Charles M. Russell (B)
1954-1970
3 / 45
Artists: Charles M. Russell (centennial medallion)
1963-1964
4 / 1
Artists: Charles M. Russell (commemorative stamp)
1954-1964
4 / 2
Artists: Charles M. Russell (copyright on paintings)
1947-1971
4 / 3-4
Artists: Charles M. Russell © - D)
1957-1970
4 / 5
Artists: Charles M. Russell (exhibits, traveling)
1953-1955
4 / 6
Artists: Charles M. Russell (E)
1953-1965
4 / 7-9
Artists: Charles M. Russell (films and television, including "The West of Charles Russell" on NBC and USIA/Smithsonian film)
1954-1973
4 / 10
Artists: Charles M. Russell (forgeries)
1971-1972
4 / 11
Artists: Charles M. Russell (F)
1957-1971
4 / 12
Artists: Charles M. Russell (Great Falls home and studio)
1965-1972
4 / 13-15
Artists: Charles M. Russell (G - L)
1954-1972
4 / 16
Artists: Charles M. Russell (Malcolm S. Mackay Collection)
1952-1955
4 / 16
Artists: Charles M. Russell (Malcolm S. Mackay Collection)
1952-1955
4 / 17
Artists: Charles M. Russell (Memorial Committee)
1948-1969
4 / 18-19
Artists: Charles M. Russell (M - O)
1954-1973
4 / 20
Artists: Charles M. Russell (other collections)
1961-1973
4 / 21
Artists: Charles M. Russell (pen and ink portfolios)
1956-1957
4 / 22
Artists: Charles M. Russell (petroglyph rubbing, Kelley Estate)
1967-1969
4 / 23
Artists: Charles M. Russell (printed material)
undated
4 / 24
Artists: Charles M. Russell (proclamation)
1952
4 / 25
Artists: Charles M. Russell (P - Q)
1955-1971
4 / 26
Artists: Charles M. Russell (reproduction requests)
1954-1958
4 / 27
Artists: Charles M. Russell (Jack Cooper Russell)
1959-1972
4 / 28
Artists: Charles M. Russell (Nancy Cooper Russell Estate, George R. Miller trustee)
1954-1971
4 / 29
Artists: Charles M. Russell ®)
1959-1969
4 / 30
Artists: Charles M. Russell (Smithsonian Institution)
1957-1961
4 / 31
Artists: Charles M. Russell (speeches about)
1968
4 / 32
Artists: Charles M. Russell (S)
1959-1972
4 / 33
Artists: Charles M. Russell (Trail's End, Pasadena home)
1963-1971
4 / 34
Artists: Charles M. Russell (T - U)
1954-1970
4 / 35
Artists: Charles M. Russell (clippings)
1960-1970
4 / 36
Artists: R
1954-1973
4 / 37
Artists: Joseph Scheurle
1961-1973
4 / 38
Artists: John Segesman
1951-1965
4 / 39-41
Artists: O. C. Seltzer
1941-1974
4 / 42
Artists: Dolly Shafer
1961-1962
4 / 43
Artists: L. E. "Gus" Shafer
1964-1968
4 / 44
Artists: Joseph Henry Sharp
1962-1973
4 / 45
Artists: Irvin "Shorty" Shope
1963-1974
4 / 46
Artists: Bert T. Smith
1962-1966
4 / 47
Artists: Elmer Sprunger
1966-1972
4 / 48
Artists: William Standing
1953-1972
5 / 1
Artists: S
1954-1973
5 / 2
Artists: Dan Taulbee
1959-1972
5 / 3
Artists: A. R. Tilburne
1955-1967
5 / 4
Artists: Emilie Touraine
1973
5 / 5
Artists: T - V
1959-1971
5 / 6
Artists: John B. Weaver
1959-1970
5 / 7
Artists: Olaf Wieghorst
1965-1974
5 / 8-9
Artists: Byron B. Wolfe
1961-1966
5 / 10
Artists: W - Z
1960-1975
5 / 11
Artrain
1973
5 / 12
Ar - Au
1959-1974
5 / 13
Norma Ashby
1968-1974
5 / 14
Robert G. Athearn
1952-1970
5 / 15
Audio tours
1973
5 / 16
Maxine Aupperle
1957-1966
5 / 17
Automobiles
1962-1972
5 / 18
Avnet Show (bronzes)
1965-1973
5 / 19
Alberta and Marguerite Bair
1956-1973
5 / 20
Ellis K. Baker
1964-1966
5 / 21
Fred Barton
1958-1963
5 / 22
Noah Beery (re Russell bronzes)
1963-1970
5 / 23
William Gardner Bell
1965-1974
5 / 24
Benton Avenue Cemetery, Helena
1961-1973
5 / 25
Seymour S. Bernfeld (re O. C. Seltzer sketches)
1959-1967
5 / 26-28
Bicentennial Commission (American Revolution)
1971-1974
5 / 29
Yetta Bidegain (re Russell bronzes)
1958-1974
5 / 30
Dr. Henry G. Bieler (re Russell bronzes)
1956-1974
5 / 31
Biennial reports (re)
1968-1970
5 / 32
Big Medicine (white buffalo)
1953-1974
5 / 33
Stephen F. Borhegyi
1956-1958
5 / 34
Charles and Sue (Ford) Bovey
1969-1972
5 / 35
John W. Bowman
1970-1974
5 / 36
Bradley Trust (Fellowship)
1973-1974
5 / 37
Ben Brinton (re William Standing paintings)
1957-1971
5 / 38
Bradford Brinton Memorial
1961-1966
5 / 39
British Broadcasting Corp TV (BBC)
1970-1972
5 / 40-44
Bronzes: C. A. Beil (includes "Cow Pony", "Lord of the Rockies", "Mare and Colt", "Pack Horse", "Piegan Chief")
1968-1974
5 / 45-48
Bronzes: Earl Heikke (includes "Heikke Buffalo", "Cree Indian Woman and Mount", "Gambler's Luck", "Indian Warrior on Pony")
1963-1974
5 / 49
Bronzes: Charles M. Russell (Earl C. Adams)
1953-1965
5 / 50-51
Bronzes: Charles M. Russell (A, includes "Ah Wah Cous" (antelope pair), "Asiatic Elephant")
1960-1974
6 / 1-2
Bronzes: Charles M. Russell (B, includes "Blackfeet War Chief", "Bucking Horse", Buffalo Bull")
1960-1973
6 / 3-5
Bronzes: Charles M. Russell ©, includes "Climbing Big Horn", "Cow Pony with Hackamore", "Coyote")
1962-1973
6 / 6
Bronzes: Charles M. Russell (damaged models)
1957-1959
6 / 7
Bronzes: Charles M. Russell (Walter V. Dobbs)
1962-1973
6 / 8-9
Bronzes: Charles M. Russell (G, includes "Glacier Park Grizzly", "Going Grizzly")
1962-1973
6 / 10
Bronzes: Charles M. Russell (Charles S. Jones)
1962-1973
6 / 11-18
Bronzes: Charles M. Russell (K - M, includes "King of the Glaciers", "Lone Warrior", "Malamute", "The Marauder", "Me Happy", "Montana Grizzly II", "Montana Mother", "Mountain Chief")
1958-1973
6 / 19-24
Bronzes: Charles M. Russell (N - P, includes "Nature's People", "Nig and Coalie", "Piegan Brave", "Prairie Pals", "Puck")
1958-1973
6 / 25
Bronzes: Charles M. Russell (Thomas Ratchford)
1958-1973
6 / 26-33
Bronzes: Charles M. Russell ® - S, includes "Red Bird", "Sentinel", "Sign Talk", "Sik-ko-kiy-o", "Sitting Bear", "Six Reins from Kingdom Come", "Sled Man", "Smoking Up")
1958-1973
6 / 34
Bronzes: Charles M. Russell (Statuary Hall, Washington, D. C.)
1958-1959
6 / 35-39
Bronzes: Charles M. Russell (T - X, includes "Thoroughbred", "Turkey", "Wild Meat", "Wolf Man", "XT Bar Longhorn")
1958-1973
6 / 40
Thomas d'Arcy Brophy (re Russell bronzes)
1955-1971
6 / 41
James M. Brown (re Russell bronzes)
1966-1972
6 / 42
Mark M. Brown
1954-1966
6 / 43-45
Building, 1950: specifications, heating system (see also Veterans and Pioneers Memorial Building)
1950
6 / 46
Building addition, 1970: specifications
1968
6 / 47-48
Building addition, 1970
1957-1968
7 / 1-5
Building addition, 1970
1969-1973
7 / 6
Building maintenance
1959-1974
7 / 7
Dale A. Burke
1967-1969
7 / 8
William A. Burke
1961-1972
7 / 9
Merrill G. Burlingame
1951-1954
7 / 10-15
B
1950-1974
7 / 16
C. M. Russell Wildlife Refuge
1962-1963
7 / 17
Lew L. Callaway Jr.
1958-1973
7 / 18
Canner and Company (re sales of Contributions series)
1965-1966
7 / 19
Capitol Medals (re Montana commemorative medal)
1962-1964
7 / 20
Helen L. Card (Latendorf Bookshop)
1960-1962
7 / 21
Harry Carey Jr.
1953-1963
7 / 22
Jen Carlson
1960-1966
7 / 23
Robert C. Carter
1965-1973
7 / 24
Cascade, Town of (re Russell drawing)
1953-1963
7 / 25
The Cattleman (magazine)
1954-1957
7 / 26
John W. Caughey
1951-1965
7 / 27
Dr. J. M. Christlieb (re Alfred Jacob Miller)
1955-1969
7 / 28
Christmas cards
1969-1974
7 / 29
Civil defense
1960-1962
7 / 30
Helen Clark
1960-1969
7 / 31
William Andrews Clark (re artifacts papers, etc.)
1960-1972
7 / 32
William P. Clements Jr.
1969-1972
7 / 33
Wallace D. Coburn
1955-1965
7 / 34
Walt J. Coburn
1959-1971
7 / 35
Coe Foundation fellowships
1960-1961
7 / 36
Collier's Encyclopedia
1957-1961
7 / 37
Dr. George J. Collings
1958-1971
7 / 38
Dabney Otis Collings (re Jack Slade)
1955-1965
7 / 39-41
U. O. Colson Company (re C. M. Russell prints and reproductions)
1953-1974
7 / 42
Milton Colvin (re Montana politics)
1959-1962
7 / 43
Commemorative medallions (V. H. Blackington Company)
1962-1968
7 / 44
Stuart W. Conner
1963-1972
7 / 45
C. E. and W. G. Conrad
1955-1969
7 / 46
Gary Cooper room (proposed)
1971-1972
7 / 47
Copper Camp (W. P. A. book on Butte) (includes correspondence with Montana Department of Agriculture, Labor, and Industry re transfer of rights to Montana Historical Society, 1966)
1944-1966
7 / 48
Copyrights
1953-1971
8 / 1
John E. Corette
1965-1974
8 / 2
Robert D. Corette
1956-1971
8 / 3
William P. Corette
1971-1972
8 / 4
Cowboy Artists of America
1966-1973
8 / 5
John P. Crabb
1966-1967
8 / 6
Richard E. Crane (re Gollings painting)
1969-1972
8 / 7
F. duPont Cornelius
1954-1963
8 / 8
Council to Preserve Montana History (re library cooperation and Montana History Conference)
1968-1974
8 / 9-10
Ed Craney (re Greater Montana Foundation)
1953-1974
8 / 11
J. B. Cross (re Russell bronzes)
1955-1972
8 / 12
Mildred Dougherty Cross
1954-1962
8 / 13
William T. Cruse (re Thomas Cruse papers)
1970-1971
8 / 14
Elizabeth Cummins (re Russell screens; David J. Oven)
1960-1972
8 / 15
J. W. Currie (re Heikke bronzes)
1965-1971
8 / 16
Wayne Curtis (re Rendezvous of Western Art catalog)
1972-1974
8 / 17
Dan Cushman
1963-1965
8 / 18
George Armstrong Custer (correspondents include Norman Maclean, Eugene McAuliffe, Lawrence A. Frost, Thomas K. Garry, Custer Battle Centennial Committee, et al.)
1954-1972
8 / 19
"Custer's Last Rally" (John Mulvney painting)
1955-1972
8 / 20-24
C
1941-1974
8 / 25
Pearl Danniel
1958-1974
8 / 26
Daughters of the American Revolution
1954-1972
8 / 27
Homer David Sr.
1960-1961
8 / 28
Harold G. Davidson (re Edward Borein etchings)
1960-1961
8 / 29
Ralph K. Davies (re Russell bronzes)
1963-1973
8 / 30
Len J. Davis
1965-1972
8 / 31
W. B. Davis (re C. M. Russell; Robert S. Lindneux; includes statement by Michael S. Kennedy)
1960-1962
8 / 32
Stanley Davison
1954-1966
8 / 33
Dawson's Book Shop (re Granville Stuart drawings; Kessler Family manuscripts)
1957-1968
8 / 34
Paul T. DeVore
1966-1973
8 / 35
Joe DeYong
1958-1974
8 / 36-49
Diorama planning (includes buffalo jump (pishkun), cattle industry, Daughters of the American Revolution donation, education, fur trade, homesteading, hydroelectric power, Lewis and Clark Expedition, lumber industry, medicine, mining, oil industry, transportation)
1952-1973
8 / 50
"Director's Roundup"
1956
8 / 51
J. Frank Dobie
1954-1968
8 / 52
Docents (museum volunteers)
1972-1973
8 / 53
R. R. Donnelley and Sons
1959-1971
8 / 54
Donors (special patrons)
1955-1962
8 / 55
Dale Holbrook Dorn
1964-1973
8 / 56
Doubleday and Company
1957-1971
8 / 57
Claude Dowen
1962-1969
8 / 58
Dude Ranchers Association
1959-1960
8 / 59
John S. DuMont
1962-1965
8 / 60
Corlie F. Dunster
1969
8 / 61
Duro-Test Corp.
1954-1956
8 / 62
Anna Dwyer
1971
8 / 63
J. C. Dykes
1953-1972
8 / 64
Dr. James W. and Dr. Louis M. Dyll (re Russell bronzes)
1969-1972
8 / 65-67
D
1954-1974
8 / 68
Edward Eberstad and Sons
1954-1973
8 / 69
"Edicts" (memos to staff)
1955-1966
9 / 1
Tom Edwards (White Tail Ranch)
1959-1974
9 / 2
Benton D. Edgington
1965-1966
9 / 3
Dwight D. Eisenhower Library (re C. M. Russell Exhibit)
1970-1971
9 / 4
Dale Eunson
1970
9 / 5
John C. Ewers
1957-1974
9 / 6-13
Exhibits: B-S (includes George Binet print collection, Civil War centennial, IBM, National Serigraph Society, Oregon State College re Robert Huck, Poindexter landscapes, Ridge Guild, Scalanandré Museum of Textiles
1960-1961
9 / 14-16
Exhibits: temporary
1952-1968
9 / 17
E
1958-1974
9 / 18
John D. Farr
1962-1965
9 / 19
Field Enterprises Educational Corp.
1964-1975
9 / 20
Edward L. Fike
1957-1971
9 / 21
Harry L. Fine
1961-1974
9 / 22
Firearms
1959-1968
9 / 23
Flag, Montana State
1965-1973
9 / 24
Mary R. Flather
1956-1962
9 / 25
R. H. "Bob" Fletcher
1954-1973
9 / 26-28
Dick Flood
1956-1973
9 / 29
John L. Fogarty
1966-1967
9 / 30
George L. Fogle
1971-1973
9 / 31
Lloyd D. Folkestad
1961-1968
9 / 32
Don C. and Stella Foote
1955-1969
9 / 33
Lee M. Ford
1955-1965
9 / 34
Ford Motor Company (re "Ford Times")
1955-1969
9 / 35
Dr. William J. Foster
1958-1965
9 / 36
Four Winds Travel (re Lewis and Clark)
1969-1970
9 / 37
Chester B. Franz (re C. M. Russell; Bill Arnold)
1966-1972
9 / 38
Willard E. Fraser
1956-1967
9 / 39-42
Free Grass to Fences®. H. Fletcher and Montana Stockgrowers Association)
1958-1964
9 / 43
Friends of the Library (University of Montana)
1960-1968
9 / 44
Frontier Omnibus (book)
1961-1963
9 / 45
George Fronval
1962-1964
9 / 46
Frost and Reed Ltd. (re purchase of George Catlin volume)
1962-1963
9 / 47
Neil Fullerton Estate
1968-1970
9 / 48-50
Fundraising (includes Frontier Clarion; Mackay Collection; Museum)
1952-1957
9 / 51-53
F
1953-1974
9 / 54
Garnet ghost town
1970-1974
9 / 55
Sumner Gerard
1956-1962
9 / 56
Gilcrease Institute
1956-1970
9 / 57-58
Bob and Jack Gilluly
1967-1974
9 / 59
Glenbow Foundation
1956-1972
10 / 1
Jack Glover
1962-1966
10 / 2
Dr. Douglas Gold
1962-1968
10 / 3
Esther Goodale
1968-1969
10 / 4
John M. Gordon
1959-1961
10 / 4
John M. Gordon
1959-1961
10 / 5
Great Falls Tribune
1954-1974
10 / 6
Great Northern Railway
1955-1973
10 / 7
Great Plains Administration Bill (Reno Sales)
1957-1959
10 / 8
Great Plains Conference on Higher Education
1956-1957
10 / 9
Great Plains Historical Association
1963-1970
10 / 10
Herbert S. Green
1958-1965
10 / 11
Elizabeth Greenfield (re Russell art and story)
1958-1974
10 / 12
Gene M. Gressley, University of Wyoming
1959-1972
10 / 13
Robert A. Griffen
1961-1966
10 / 14
Grotto Foundation (re film "Piegans : Lords of the Plain")
1971-1974
10 / 15
Guggenheim Museum (re loan policy)
1960-1961
10 / 16
A. B. Guthrie Jr.
1956-1973
10 / 17-19
G
1952-1974
10 / 20
Toni Hagener
1970-1974
10 / 21
John Hakola
1956-1970
10 / 22
Harry A. Halff
1964-1970
10 / 23
Harold Hanneman Collection
1969
10 / 24
Armand Hammer
1966-1973
10 / 25
Floyd W. Hardin
1962-1969
10 / 26
Harlem Book Company (re Russell prints)
1957-1966
10 / 27
W. L. Harrell (re Russell bronzes)
1966-1970
10 / 28
Michael Harrison
1955-1967
10 / 29-30
Hastings House Publishers
1956-1971
10 / 31
Samuel T. Hauser papers
1959-1965
10 / 32
Dale Hawkins (re Russell bronzes; Muriel Sibell Wolle paintings)
1965-1970
10 / 33
Isabel Haynes (re F. Jay and Jack Haynes collection)
1958-1974
10 / 34
James and Marjorie Helmer
1958-1970
10 / 35
Margaret Sieben Hibbard
1968-1971
10 / 36
Louis and Maud Hill Family Foundation (re newspaper microfilming)
1964-1973
10 / 37
W. A. Hill
1960-1962
10 / 38-41
Historic sites (includes Historic Sites and Antiquities Advisory Council in the Department of Fish and Game)
1952-1974
10 / 42
Historic sites: Bannack State Park (includes planning documents and survey reports
1961-1972
10 / 43
Historic sites: Beaverhead Rock
1965-1973
10 / 44
Historic sites: Citadel Rock
1967
10 / 45
Historic sites: Fort Benton - Fort Union
1959-1971
10 / 46
Historic sites: Madison Buffalo Jump
1962-1968
10 / 47
Historic sites: Missouri River
1960-1965
10 / 48
Historic sites: Stewards of the River (re Columbia Basin)
1974
10 / 49
Historic sites: Two Medicine Fight - Wibaux House
1967-1971
10 / 50
Historical essays on Montana and Northwest
1957-1958
10 / 51
Historical societies: Alaska - Connecticut
1953-1973
10 / 52-53
Historical societies: Idaho
1954-1972
11 / 1-7
Historical societies: Illinois - Wyoming
1952-1974
11 / 8
Historical societies: miscellaneous (A - W)
1959-1970
11 / 9
Joseph Spencer Hobson
1972-1974
11 / 10
T. J. Hocking
1967-1973
11 / 11
Norman J. "Jeff" Holter
1956-1971
11 / 12
Ed H. Honnen
1959-1970
11 / 13
William Hornby ( Denver Post)
1957-1971
11 / 14
Horse Lover's Magazine
1959-1961
11 / 15
Houghton Mifflin Company
1961-1972
11 / 16
Josephine K. Howard
1955-1961
11 / 17
Max Howe's Motion Pictures
1963
11 / 18
Ralph Hubbard
1973-1974
11 / 19
L. A. Huffman photo collection (Ruth Huffman Scott)
1954-1974
11 / 20
Humble Oil and Refining Company
1956-1965
11 / 21
Chet Huntley
1962-1973
11 / 22-28
H
1955-1974
11 / 29
Impact Evaluation Group
1974
11 / 30
Indiana University Press
1961-1962
11 / 31-33
Edward P., Harold G., and William C. Ingersoll (re Russell bronzes)
1974
11 / 34
Insurance (includes museum inventories)
1951-1973
11 / 35
Insurance claims (Kennedy case)
1974
11 / 36
Internal Revenue Service
1954-1974
11 / 37
I
1966-1971
11 / 38
Don W. Johnson
1963-1968
11 / 39
Dorothy M. Johnson
1956-1973
11 / 40
Johnson Reprint Corp.
1963-1967
11 / 41
Dick Jones Picture Company (re Russell prints)
1954-1965
11 / 42-43
W. Alton Jones Collection (re Russell bronzes)
1958-1966
11 / 44
Chief Joseph
1960-1968
11 / 45
Alvin M. Josephy Jr.
1954-1966
11 / 46
J
1953-1974
11 / 47-48
Cornelius F. Kelley Estate
1962-1973
11 / 49
Kerr Ivory Collection
1964-1971
12 / 1
Wallace Kingsbury
1960-1971
12 / 2
Ernest Klepetko Jr. (re Russell paintings)
1952-1972
12 / 3
Alfred A. Knopf Inc.
1958-1969
12 / 4
Martin Kodner (re Paxson and Wimer paintings)
1964-1974
12 / 5
Conrad Kohrs (Grant-Kohrs Ranch)
1970-1971
12 / 6
KRTV (Norma Ashby)
1961-1967
12 / 7
K. S. Kurtenacker (re Russell bronzes)
1960-1964
12 / 8-9
K
1953-1974
12 / 10
Ulric LaChappelle Estate
1971-1972
12 / 11
Dick C. Land (re Russell paintings)
1958-1964
12 / 12
J. Russell Larcombe
1957-1974
12 / 13
"Last Chance Gulch" (documentary film)
1964
12 / 14
John W. Learned (art studio and foundry
1964-1964
12 / 15
Lee Newspapers (re microfilming)
1958-1968
12 / 16
Alexander Leggat (re Russell painting)
1967-1970
12 / 17
Legislative bills
1891-1960
12 / 18-23
Legislative Assemblies, 36th- 43rd
1957-1974
12 / 24
Lewis and Clark Expedition diorama
1955
12 / 25
Lewis and Clark Expedition documentary (NBC)
1964-1965
12 / 26
"Lewis and Clark Meeting the Flathead at Ross' Hole" (Russell painting)
1954-1967
12 / 27
Lewis and Clark Memorial, Fort Benton
1953-1974
12 / 28
Lewis and Clark movie (Wendt Advertising Agency)
1966
12 / 29
Lewis and Clark Expedition Sesquicentennial
1954-1957
12 / 30-32
Lewis and Clark Train Commission
1964-1974
12 / 33
Libby Dam Visitors Center
1972-1974
12 / 34
Margot Liberty
1958-1964
12 / 35
Delbrook Lichtenberg
1960-1970
12 / 36
Henry Lion (re Russell bronze)
1953-1972
12 / 37
Helen Lockridge (Russell and Selzer donor)
1958-1971
12 / 38
James Larpenteur Long
1959-1972
12 / 39
Henry Loomis (re Russell bronzes)
1970-1973
12 / 40
Jon A. Lund (re Russell bronzes)
1960-1971
12 / 41-44
L
1953-1974
12 / 45
E. E. "Boo" MacGilvra
1962-1968
12 / 46-50
Mackay Collections (includes contracts, correspondence, fundraising, permissions to reproduce)
1948-1971
13 / 1
Helen R. (Mrs. Malcolm S.) Mackay
1952-1974
13 / 2
Malcolm S. "Bud" Mackay Jr.
1958-1974
13 / 3
Jack Mahood (re bronzes; William Standing)
1966-1974
13 / 4
Sen. Mike Mansfield
1955-1974
13 / 5
Curtis K. Maxey
1961-1974
13 / 6
William J. May (re songs)
1959-1965
13 / 7
Mrs. L. B. Maytag (re Russell bronzes)
1963-1965
13 / 8
C. Burr McCaughen (re Russell bronzes)
1958-1966
13 / 9
E. C. McCormick Jr. (re Russell bronzes)
1963-1969
13 / 10
Harold McCracken (re Russell book)
1956-1963
13 / 11
Carl McFarland (University of Montana)
1951-1958
13 / 12
Lucy McLemore (re Clyde McLemore manuscripts)
1956-1965
13 / 13
C. S. McNair (re Russell bronzes; includes catalog)
1955-1973
13 / 14
Joel Meisner and Co.
1973-1974
13 / 15
Rep. John Melcher
1969-1974
13 / 16-17
Staff memos (see also "Edicts")
1954-1974
13 / 18
Harold G. Merriam (includes manuscript on C. M. Russell and Frank Linderman (possibly from Montana Adventure)
1961-1968
13 / 19
Rep./Sen. Lee Metcalf
1959-1974
13 / 20
Meyercord Co. (George Kolbe)
1959-1974
13 / 21
George "Jack" Milburn
1967-1973
13 / 22
Charles E. Miller (re Russell bronzes)
1963-1969
13 / 23
Ralph Miracle
1970-1974
13 / 24
Mississippi Valley Historical Association
1951
13 / 25
Missoula Festival of the Arts
1972-1974
13 / 26
The Missoulian
1963-1969
13 / 27
Missouri Breaks Scenic River
1971
13 / 28
Albert K. Mitchell (re Lovelace Foundation; Russell bronzes)
1958-1971
13 / 29
Jessie Lincoln Mitchell (re Russell statue)
1963-1966
13 / 30
John M. Mitchell
1962-1972
13 / 31
Montana : A State Guide
1968-1972
13 / 32
Montana Advertising Department
1968-1972
13 / 33-36
Montana Aeronautics Commission (includes Montana and the Sky)
1958-1972
13 / 37
Montana Arts Council
1965-1973
13 / 38
Montana Attorney General
1956-1974
13 / 39
Montana Board of Equalization
1958-1963
13 / 40-42
Montana Board of Examiners
1953-1959
13 / 43
Montana Broadcasters Association
1971-1974
13 / 44
Montana Club (mostly re Russell painting "When the Land Belonged to God")
1967-1973
13 / 45
Montana Club of New York
1961
13 / 46
Montana Commission on Executive Reorganization
1969-1973
13 / 47
Montana Committee for the Humanities
1972-1973
13 / 48
Montana Constitutional Convention (re exhibit and film)
1970-1972
13 / 49
Montana Department of Administration
1968-1971
13 / 50
Montana Department of Fish and Game
1969-1973
13 / 51
Montana Farmer-Stockman
1969-1973
14 / 1
Montana Film Productions (re self- guided tour of Territory Junction)
1969-1974
14 / 2
Montana Ghost Town Preservation Society
1970-1974
14 / 3
Montana Governor's Office
1955-1974
14 / 4
Montana Graphic Arts Center
1968-1970
14 / 5
Montana Heritage Foundation
1953-1972
14 / 6
Montana Highway Commission / Department
1955-1974
14 / 7-8
Montana Institute of the Arts
1951-1973
14 / 9-13
Montana, the Magazine of Western History(includes binding, distribution, indexing, postal rates, printing)
1956-1974
14 / 14
Montana Post (M. H. S. newsletter)
1967-1972
14 / 15
Montana Power Company
1960-1974
14 / 16
Montana Press Association
1967-1974
14 / 17
Montana Records Management Bureau
1973
14 / 18
Montana State Controller
1952-1956
14 / 19
Montana State College / University (Bozeman)
1960-1974
14 / 20
Montana State University (Missoula) (see also University of Montana)
1952-1964
14 / 20
Montana State University Press (Missoula) (see also University of Montana Press)
1953-1963
14 / 21
Montana Stockgrowers Association
1953-1973
14 / 22-24
Montana Veterans and Pioneers Memorial Building (A. V. McIver and Associates, architects) (see also "Building")
1951-1955
14 / 25
Montana... (miscellaneous)
1954-1973
14 / 26
Montana's U. S. Bureau of Indian Affairs records
1955-1956
14 / 27
George Montgomery (actor)
1962-1973
14 / 28
Col. Joe Montgomery
1954-1972
14 / 29
Charles W. "Dinty" Moore
1969-1972
14 / 30
Glenn C. Morton
1964-1971
14 / 31
Mountain-Plains Museums Conference
1957-1972
14 / 32
Oscar O. and George P. Mueller
1953-1971
14 / 33
Sen. James E. Murray
1956-1960
14 / 34
Museum audio tour scripts
1968-1972
14 / 35-36
Museum planning
1951-1970
14 / 37
Museum Print Editions
1968-1972
14 / 38
Museum Reproductions Company
1957-1958
14 / 39-42
Museums Association of Montana
1966-1974
15 / 1
Museums: Museum of Agricultural History (proposed)
1973
15 / 2-3
Museums: Museum of the Plains Indian
1954-1973
15 / 4
Museums: Museum of Rockies
1951-1973
15 / 5
Museums: National Railroad Museum
1958
15 / 6
Museums: World Museum of Mining
1963-1973
15 / 7-9
Museums (by town): A - F
1955-1974
15 / 10
Museums (by town): Fort Benton
1954-1973
15 / 11
Museums (by town): Glasgow
1964-1972
15 / 12
Museums (by town): Glendive
1956-1971
15 / 13
Museums (by town): G
1972, undated
15 / 14
Museums (by town): Hamilton
1955-1973
15 / 15
Museums (by town): Havre
1954-1972
15 / 16
Museums (by town): H - J
1959-1972
15 / 17
Museums (by town): Kalispell
1965-1974
15 / 18
Museums (by town): Lewistown
1955-1974
15 / 19
Museums (by town): Lincoln
1960-1972
15 / 20
Museums (by town): Livingston
1958-1970
15 / 21
Museums (by town): Missoula
1954
15 / 22
Museums (by town): M
1955-1970
15 / 23
Museums (by town): Plentywood
1956-1970
15 / 24
Museums (by town): P - R
1959-1972
15 / 25
Museums (by town): Stanford
1956-1974
15 / 26
Museums (by town): S - V
1954-1973
15 / 27
Museums (by town): West Yellowstone
1964-1973
15 / 28
Museums (by town): W - Z
1956-1973
15 / 29
Irv Myers Associates (re Russell bronzes)
1956-1973
15 / 30
Myhre Advertising (Thor Myhre)
1960-1971
15 / 31-38
M
1953-1974
15 / 39
M. C. Naftzger
1955-1970
15 / 40
National Broadcasting Company (NBC)
1962-1972
15 / 41
National Council on Arts (National Arts Foundation)
1963-1972
15 / 42-45
National Cowboy Hall of Fame
1954-1973
15 / 46
National Endowment for the Arts
1970-1974
15 / 47
National Endowment for the Humanities
1969-1974
15 / 48
National Geographic Society
1958-1974
15 / 49
National Library Week
1961-1966
16 / 1-2
National Park Service
1957-1973
16 / 3
National Trust for Historic Preservation
1960-1974
16 / 4
Native Americans
1956-1972
16 / 5-6
Ed Neitzling (re Russell bronzes)
1960-1973
16 / 7
Paula Nelli (re Guido Nelli's Russell paintings and bronzes)
1970-1971
16 / 8
A. Fristoe Nelson (re Russell bronzes)
1958-1972
16 / 9
Richard P. Nelson (re Russell bronzes)
1967-1973
16 / 10
Robert E. Nelson (re Russell bronzes)
1962-1964
16 / 11-12
Van Kirk Nelson (re Russell bronzes)
1960-1973
16 / 13
Sen. Richard L. Neuberger
1954-1960
16 / 14
New York World's Fair
1964-1965
16 / 15
George Nieuwoehner (re Russell bronzes)
1958-1974
16 / 16
R. W. Norton Art Foundation
1955-1966
16 / 17
Donald G. Nutter Memorial Trophy Hall (re veterans' military exhibit)
1959-1972
16 / 18
N
1956-1974
16 / 19-20
J. T. O'Connor
1973-1974
16 / 21
Rep. Arnold Olsen
1961-1969
16 / 22
James C. Olson
1956-1958
16 / 23
Mary Alice Orr
1969
16 / 24
Joel Overholser
1961-1974
16 / 25
Ralph E. Owings (re Montana Directory of Public Affairs
1956-1958
16 / 26
Dick Pace
1960-1969
16 / 27-28
Pacific Northwest History Conference
1953-1973
16 / 29
Patron Sponsor Plaque
1956-1960
16 / 30
Permanente Cement Company
1962-1963
16 / 31
Gen. John Pershing Monument
1959
16 / 32
Julius Peters (re Lanny Ross; "Pick Handle" Burke)
1968-1974
16 / 33-34
Paul C. Phillips (re essays in honor of; Alice M. Phillips)
1962-1963
16 / 35
Thomas B. Piwonka (re Russell's "Scouting the Camp")
1960-1969
16 / 36
Marion T. Place (re Copper Kings of Montana
1955-1963
16 / 37
John Pogzeba (conservator of Russell paintings)
1954-1973
16 / 38-42
Poindexter Collection (modern art)
1959-1974
16 / 43
Pauline Power (Mrs. C. B. Power re dispute over T. C. Power's gold Tiffany vase)
1953-1962
16 / 44
Charles N. Pray Estate (re his papers)
1963-1967
16 / 45
Artie Lee Prescott
1968-1974
16 / 46
Presidential Art Medals Inc.
1969-1970
16 / 47
Pro Rata Plan
1972
16 / 48
Publicity
1951-1972
16 / 49-50
P
1954-1974
16 / 51
Q
1964-1971
16 / 52
Rand McNally Company
1965-1974
16 / 53
Rapid City Art Association
1965
17 / 1
Don Rasmussen (re art works)
1964-1973
17 / 2
"The Real West" (NBC-TV program, narrated by Gary Cooper)
1960-1964
17 / 3-5
Rendezvous of Western Art
1972-1974
17 / 6
W. Leonard Renick
1955-1974
17 / 7-15
Fred G. Renner (re Russell art)
1952-1974
17 / 16
J. L. Richards (re Lone Wolf painting)
1969-1974
17 / 17
Ridge Press
1959-1969
17 / 18
Anna Marie Rider
1960-1974
17 / 19
Rocky Mountain Development Council (re Neighborhood Youth Corps workers)
1965-1973
17 / 20
Mel Roher (re Montana coins and medallions)
1961-1965
17 / 21
Andrew F. Rolle (re J. K. Miller diary at Bancroft Library)
1955-1965
17 / 22-23
Roman Bronze Works (re Heikke bronzes)
1961-1973
17 / 24
Fred Rosenstock (re Russell art)
1958-1972
17 / 25
S. H. Rosenthal Jr. (re Russell art)
1961-1965
17 / 26
Carter V. Rubottom (re Russell water color)
1952-1974
17 / 27
C. M. Russell Auction
1969-1974
17 / 28
Harold Ruth (re Russell and Heikke bronzes)
1958-1974
17 / 29
Kent Ruth (University of Oklahoma Press)
1959-1969
17 / 30-32
R
1953-1974
17 / 33
St. Paul Companies Inc. (includes St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company)
1963-1969
17 / 34
Reno Sales
1963-1969
17 / 35
Joseph S. Sample
1954-1972
17 / 36
Saturday Evening Post (re John Clymer)
1959-1963
17 / 37
Walter A. Saxe (re Heikke bronzes
1969-1972
17 / 38
Mark Schocknkecht (re J. Neils Lumber Company)
1969-1970
17 / 39
Gary Schildt
1964-1973
17 / 40
Scholarships: internships
1954-1958
17 / 41
Scholarships: Montana Heritage Scholarship Fund
1958-1962
17 / 42
Hart Merriam Schultz (Lone Wolf)
1965-1972
17 / 43
James Willard Schultz (includes Jessie Donaldson Schultz, 2nd wife)
1960-1962
17 / 44
Julia E. Schulz Estate (re bequest of Indian relics)
1973
17 / 45
Bob Scriver (re Big Medicine taxidermy; exhibit; sculpture)
1959-1974
17 / 46
Sculpture House (re Russell and Heikke bronzes)
1955-1972
17 / 47
Seattle World's Fair
1960-1962
17 / 48
Security State Bank (re loss of paintings)
1963-1969
17 / 49
Security System
1967-1974
18 / 1-2
George A. Seipp (American Binding and Supply Company; re book binding)
1956-1968
18 / 3
Carl C. Seltzer (re Olaf C. Seltzer, includes deposition)
1973-1974
18 / 4-5
William P. Sherman (re Russell bronzes)
1958-1974
18 / 6
Jesse Sherwood Estate
1961-1967
18 / 7
Paul Sharp (re Whoop-Up Country)
1954-1969
18 / 8
Shar-Sisto Inc. (re painting restoration)
1964-1970
18 / 9
Joseph Shebl (art collector)
1964-1972
18 / 10
J. L. Sherburne (re trade beads, collections, etc. includes letters between Sherburne and Indiana Historical Society, 1938)
1938-1968
18 / 11
Rep. Richard Shoup
1971-1974
18 / 12
Mrs. Robert Sidenberg (re Russell model of a pig)
1971
18 / 13
Silver Dollar auction (donated by Thomas E. Towe)
1970-1974
18 / 14
Fr. Lawrence Simons (re Fort Logan)
1955-1958
18 / 15
SKS Productions Inc. (Gordon Knox re Russell film; "Stubby Pringle's Christmas)
1968-1970
18 / 16
Robert M. Skinner (re Schildt bronzes)
1971-1974
18 / 17-18
Carl J. Smalley and Ellis K. Baker (publishers' representatives)
1955-1965
18 / 19
C. R. Smith (re Russell watercolors; includes correspondence of Smith with others, 1944)
1962-1972
18 / 20
Cornelius C. Smith
1959-1966
18 / 21
Helen Huntington Smith
1954-1966
18 / 22
Smithsonian Institution
1959-1972
18 / 23
Society of American Archivists (Ernst Posner)
1960-1969
18 / 24-25
Sons and Daughters of Montana Pioneers
1951-1974
18 / 26
Sperry and Hutchinson Company (re donation for homesteader diorama)
1961-1963
18 / 27
William L. Stainsby (re Heikke sculpture)
1967-1973
18 / 28
Josephine and Robert Stallman (re Russell bronze)
1960-1970
18 / 29
John K. Standish (re Russell)
1967-1973
18 / 30-41
Statues: C. M. Russell statue in U.S. Capitol (includes correspondence, applications, bronze castings, Congressional legislation, clippings, fund-raising, juried competition, etc.)
1947-1959
18 / 42
Henry L. Stein (re Russell bronzes)
1962-1972
18 / 43-45
Franz and Kathy Stenzel Collection (re Paxton paintings)
1958-1969
18 / 46
Frank L. Stevens
1962-1965
19 / 1
John F. Stevens Hall of Fame Committee
1967-1974
19 / 2-3
Edgar I. Stewart
1954-1971
19 / 4
Milburn Stone (Doc. Adams on Gunsmoke TV show)
1970-1972
19 / 5
Nelson Story family (includes Katharine Trueblood, grand-daughter)
1959-1966
19 / 6
Granville Stuart (correspondents include Mary Abbott Matejcek, Mary Stuart Abbott)
1951-1970
19 / 7
Superior Publishing Company
1973-1974
19 / 8
Robert O. Sutherland (re Russell bronzes)
1960-1969
19 / 9
J. Morton Swango (re Russell bronzes)
1963-1969
19 / 10
Larry Sweetman (re Luke Sweetman's books)
1959-1971
19 / 11
Robert Swisher (re Frank Meinhart)
1962-1963
19 / 12
Stuart Symington Jr. (re Russell bronzes)
1959-1971
19 / 13-17
S
1951-1974
19 / 18
Tax exemption
1959-1971
19 / 19
J. R. Taylor (re Russell bronzes)
1956-1974
19 / 20
James C. Taylor (re William Standing paintings)
1965-1967
19 / 21
Vernon F. Taylor (re Russell bronzes)
1963-1970
19 / 22
Territory Junction
1968-1970
19 / 23
Thomas Teakle Estate
1969-1974
19 / 24
J. C. Thompson (re Russell bronzes and paintings)
1963-1970
19 / 25
Eula Thoroughman (re Russell bronzes and illustrated letters; Robert P. Thoroughman)
1956-1968
19 / 26
Corby Tilton (re D. W. Tilton Papers)
1961-1969
19 / 27
Time-Life magazines
1955-1973
19 / 28
J. Fred Toman
1967-1970
19 / 29
Louise Treacy Tomlinson (re Russell paintings)
1973-1974
19 / 30
K. Ross Toole (as former director)
1958-1966
19 / 31
Tourism (re Tourist Courtesy Stations)
1958
19 / 32-35
Towe Ford Collection
1966-1974
19 / 36
Virginia Terret Towle (re Vigilante Woman)
1960-1969
19 / 37
Vernon Townes
1965-1970
19 / 38
Treasure Products Inc. (re Russell stationery; see also Yellowstone Paper Company)
1970-1974
19 / 39
Turnstiles (proposed)
1970
19 / 40-41
T
1956-1973
19 / 42-43
Bill Ukrainetz (re Scriver bronzes; Schildt painting and bronzes)
1961-1973
19 / 44-45
U.S.S. Butte; U.S.S. Helena; U.S.S. Montana
1964-1974
19 / 46
United States Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service
1962-1973
19 / 47
United States Bronze Sign Company (re plaques honoring donors)
1957-1971
19 / 48
United States (miscellaneous agencies)
1957-1971
19 / 49
University of Montana (see also Montana State University, Missoula)
1965-1974
19 / 50
University of Montana Press (see also Montana State University Press, Missoula)
1968-1973
20 / 1
University of Nebraska Press
1955-1967
20 / 2-3
University of Oklahoma Press
1954-1973
20 / 4
Fred Utter (re Russell paintings; N. C. Wyeth)
1967-1973
20 / 5
U
1951-1974
20 / 6
Van Dersal and Connors Stock Directory of Marks and Brands (reprint)
1972
20 / 7
Marjorie Vann and T. S. Veazey (re Russell water color)
1964
20 / 8
Anna Von Tobel (re Russell painting)
1964
20 / 9
V
1951-1973
20 / 10
Warner Color Lab
1963-1965
20 / 11
Otha D. Wearin (re Russell art and bronzes)
1958-1971
20 / 12
Donna Lee Wells (re LaFountain sculpture)
1965-1965
20 / 13
Wendt Advertising Agency (re Russell promotion; Russell film; Union Oil Company)
1962-1968, 1974
20 / 14
Wilbur Werner
1969-1974
20 / 15
Western Association of Art Museums
1959-1969
20 / 16-17
Western History Association (includes Conference on the History of Western America)
1961-1971
20 / 18
Western Publications (includes True West; Frontier Times)
1957-1966
20 / 19
Western Writers of America
1957-1965
20 / 20-21
The Westerners (includes Chicago Corral; N.Y. Posse; English Corral; German Corral; Spokane Corral; Don Russell)
1954-1961
20 / 22
Sister Noemi Weygant (re books School on the Butte; Memoirs of Montana)
1960-1974
20 / 23
Sen. Burton K. Wheeler
1961-1973
20 / 24
William Cushing Whitridge (re Russell paintings)
1961-1964
20 / 25
Whoop-Up Country by Paul L. Sharp (re new edition)
1960-1961
20 / 26
Whoop-Up Trail (re historical markers; historic site; dedication; commemorative stamp)
1967-1972
20 / 27
WICHE (Western Interstate Conference on Higher Education)
1974
20 / 28
P. A. B. Widener (re Carl Rungius paintings)
1961-1972
20 / 29
Wildenstein and Company (re Russell and Remington exhibit)
1968
20 / 30
W. H. Wilkerson (re Milwaukee Road locomotive at Harlowton)
1974
20 / 31
John Willard (re Charles Beil sculpture)
1957-1972
20 / 32
R. H. Willcomb (re donation of Blackfeet photos and interviews)
1969-1972
20 / 33
H. P. Willis (re Tom Mix suitcases; John Wright, Texas cowboy)
1964-1965
20 / 34
Denzil Wilson (re Ralston painting; Russell sculpture)
1961-1974
20 / 35
Eugene E. Wilson (re Russell bronze)
1958-1968
20 / 36
Witte Memorial Museum
1965-1966
20 / 37-38
Dr. R. Dietz Wolfe (re Russell bronzes; lithographs; Joe Scheurle painting; Bodmer prints))
1960-1965
20 / 39
Lyle S. Woodcock (re Russell bronzes)
1961-1974
20 / 40
Work Study Program
1969-1973
20 / 41-45
W
1954-1974
20 / 46
Xerox University Microfilms (re filming of Montana Magazine of Western History )
1969-1973
20 / 47
Peter Yegan Jr. (re Yellowstone County Museum)
1957-1971
20 / 48
Yellowstone National Park
1958-1972
20 / 49
Yellowstone Paper Company (re Russell stationery; see also Treasure Products Inc.)
1962-1969
20 / 50
Young Historian Program (re Montana Historian; includes information on other states' junior historian programs)
1969-1974
20 / 51
Y-Z
1954-1970
Financial Records
Box/Folder
20 / 52
Accounting procedures
undated
20 / 53
Audits
1960-1972
20 / 54
Budget materials
1953-1974
20 / 55
Financial reports and statements
1955-1960
21 / 1-2
Financial reports and statements
1965-1974
21 / 3
Financial data
1959-1973
21 / 4
Fundraising: Museum Circus Fund
1954
21 / 5
Fundraising: privately raised
1962-1967
21 / 6
General journal
1967-1970
21 / 7
Payroll, etc.
1953-1973
21 / 8
Miscellaneous
1957, undated
Legal Documents
Box/Folder
21 / 9
James H. Bradley Trust (RESTRICTED: Donor requested anonymity)
1973
21 / 10
Copyright registrations
1967-1972
21 / 11
Lease agreement with Frontier Town Mercantile Company (for Museum store)
1958
21 / 12
Miscellaneous
1970-1974
Minutes
Box/Folder
21 / 13
Staff meetings
1965-1974
Organizational Records
Box/Folder
21 / 14
Classes of membership
undated
21 / 15
Montana Governors Mansion restoration grant
1970-1971
21 / 16
Montana Heritage Foundation incorporation and bylaws
1964
21 / 17
"Organization of the Historical Society of Montana", by K. Ross Toole (re rules of operation, policies, procedures, etc.)
1966-1971, undated
21 / 18
Organizational charts
1966-1971, undated
Press Releases
Box/Folder
21 / 19
K. Ross Toole, director
1953-1958
21 / 20-22
Michael S. Kennedy, director
1958-1966
21 / 23
Robert F. Morgan, acting director
1966-1967
21 / 24-276
Sam Gilluly, director
1967-1974
Reports
Box/Folder
21 / 28-29
Annual reports
1969-1974
21 / 30
Guide for research (suggested topics for research)
1952
Speeches
Box/Folder
21 / 31
Gov. Forrest Anderson at dedication of new wing
1970
21 / 32
Sam Gilluly at meeting of Agricultural Advisory Council
1973
21 / 33-34
Michael S. Kennedy at various conferences and meetings
1958-1966
21 / 35
Michael S. Kennedy radio scripts
1960
21 / 36
K. Ross Toole at conferences and meetings
1954-1959
Writings
Box/Folder
21 / 37
Henry Baldwin, "Bitterroot" (novel, incomplete)(introduction by Michael S. Kennedy)
1948
21 / 38
John K. Hutchens, "My Father's Town" (re Martin Hutchens and Helena)
1964
21 / 39
Lester H. Loble (re Veterans and Pioneers Memorial Building; history of Montana Historical Society; judicial landmarks)
circa 1965
21 / 40
"Montana Ghost Towns and Historic Mines"
undated
Miscellany
Box/Folder
21 / 41-42
Brochures
1950s-1970s
21 / 43
Donation policy
undated
21 / 44
Gift shop questionnaire
1950s-1970s
21 / 45
Insurance policies
1972
21 / 46
Inventories
1966-1969
21 / 47
List of museum exhibits
1953-1975
21 / 48
Montana museums directory (including state and national parks)
circa 1966
21 / 49
Montana Department of Fish and Game, "Montana Historic Preservation Plan"
1970
21 / 509
Museum attendance statistics
1967-1974
21 / 51
Sale of non-Montana antique furniture
undated
21 / 52
"Superlatives" (re Montana's unique features and people)
undated
Clippings
Box/Folder
21 / 53
Clippings about Montana Historical Society
1949-1969

Director Ken Korte, 1974-1979Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
General Correspondence / Subject Files
Box/Folder
22 / 1
Artists: B - W
1974-1978
22 / 2
A
1975-1979
22 / 3
Charles Bair Estate
1977-1979
22 / 4
Bicentennial Commission
1975-1976
22 / 5
Bronzes: C. A. Beil
1976
22 / 6
Bronzes: Earl Heikke
1975
22 / 7
Bronzes: Charles M. Russell
1977
22 / 8-9
Bronzes: Robert Scriver
1975-1976
22 / 10
Building maintenance and use
1975-1978
22 / 11
Building security (see also Security system)
1976-1979
22 / 12
B
1975-1979
22 / 13
Christmas show
1977-1978
22 / 14
Council to Preserve Montana History (re Montana History Conference)
1975-1978
22 / 15
C
1975-1979
22 / 16
Davies Collection of Russell art
1975
22 / 17
Corlie F. Dunster Estate
1979
22 / 18
D - F
1975-1976
22 / 19
Grants: Montana Committee for the Humanities (re Haynes cataloging)
1979
22 / 20
Grants: Montana Committee for the Humanities (re "Searching Montana's Past: Developing a Systematic Inventory of Historic Museums' Collections")
1979
22 / 21
Grants: National Endowment for the Arts (re C. M. Russell oils conservation)
1979
22 / 22
Grants: National Historical Records and Publications Commission (re Haynes photograph collection processing, description, and preservation)
1979
22 / 23
Grants (re Montana Historian; Not in Precious Metals Alone , oral history)
1975-1977
22 / 24
G
1975-1979
22 / 25
Toni Hagener
1975-1979
22 / 26
Haynes Collection (Isabel Haynes)
1975-1979
22 / 27
Historic sites and historic preservation (includes Historic Sites and Antiquities Advisory Council; Department of Fish and Game; Department of Highways; Stewards of the River)
1974-1979
22 / 28
Historical societies
1975
22 / 29
George Horse Capture
1975-1977
22 / 30
H
1974-1978
22 / 31
Impact Evaluation Group (re cultural resources)
1975
22 / 32
Insurance
1975-1979
22 / 33
Don James
1977
22 / 34
Leon Kelly (re Russell's "The Chaperone"
1975-1979
22 / 35
Kendall Historical Society (Boy Scouts)
1978
22 / 36
Kerr Ivory Collection
1975
22 / 37
Klapmeier Agate Collection donation (Ed and Richardine Klapmeier)
1975-1978
22 / 38
K
1975-1977
22 / 39
Lewis and Clark Memorial / Lewis and Clark Trail Commission
1975-1976
22 / 40-44
Libby Dam Visitor Center
1974-1979
22 / 45
Elizabeth and Helen Lochrie
1975-1979
22 / 46
Col. Matthew O. Lohmiller (re collection of Sioux and Assiniboine artifacts)
1975-1977
22 / 47
L
1975-1978
22 / 48
E. E. "Boo" MacGilvra
1975-1978
22 / 49
Mackay Family
1976-1978
22 / 50
Thomas Francis Meagher artifacts (re loan to First National Bank of White Sulphur Springs)
1976-1977
22 / 51
Memoranda
1975-1979
22 / 52
Montana Arts Council
1976-1978
22 / 53
Montana Centennial Train Association
1976-1978
22 / 54
Montana Club (re Russell's "When the Land Belonged to God")
1975-1979
22 / 55
Montana Department of Administration
1975-1979
22 / 56
Montana Governor
1975-1978
22 / 57
Montana Heritage Foundation
1976-1979
22 / 58
Montana Historical Records Advisory Board
1975-1978
22 / 59
Montana Legislative Auditor / Fiscal Analyst
1977-1978
22 / 60-63
Montana Legislature
1975-1979
22 / 64
Montana Office of Budget and Program Planning
1976-1979
22 / 65
Montana State University, Bozeman
1975-1976
22 / 66
Montana ...
1975-1979
22 / 67
Museum Services Act
1976
23 / 1
Museums (by town, A-W)
1975-1979
23 / 2
Museums (out-of-state, includes Amon Carter)
1975-1978
23 / 3
Museums Association of Montana
1975-1979
23 / 4
Eric Myhre
1974-1979
23 / 5
M
1975-1979
23 / 6
National Trust for Historic Preservation
1976
23 / 7
N - O
1975-1979
23 / 8
Personnel
1975-1978
23 / 9
Poindexter Collection
1975-1978
23 / 10
P
1975-1979
23 / 11
Reed and Barton Silversmiths (includes J. Kenneth Ralston)
1975-1978
23 / 12
James F. Reilly (re "Artists of the American West" film)
1976
23 / 13-14
Rendezvous of Western Art (see also Western Rendezvous of Art)
1976
23 / 15
Frederic G. Renner (re Russell art)
1974-1977
23 / 16
Representational Artists of Helena
1977
23 / 17
Rocky Mountain Regional Conservation Center
1976-1978
23 / 18-19
Charles M. Russell (includes copyright on paintings)
1977-1979
23 / 20
R
1975-1979
23 / 21
Robert Scriver (re bronzes)
1976-1979
23 / 22
Security system (see also Building Security)
1975-1978
23 / 23
Staff memos
1974-1979
23 / 24
S
1975-1979
23 / 25
Thomas Teakle Estate
1975-1976
23 / 26
Towe Antique Ford Collection
1976-1978
23 / 27
Richard Trela conservation work on murals in Capitol
1977-1979
23 / 28
T
1976-1979
23 / 29
United of Omaha (insurance)
1977-1979
23 / 30
University of Wyoming Art Museum
1975-1976
23 / 31
U
1975-1979
23 / 32
Veterans and Pioneers Memorial Building
1978
23 / 33
Wilbur Werner (Board of Trustees)
1975-1978
23 / 34
The Westerners (includes Spokane and Yellowstone corrals)
1976-1977
23 / 35
Sister Noemi Weygant (re her books)
1975-1978
23 / 36
W
1975-1979
23 / 37
Lewis E. Yearout (gun collector)
1974
23 / 38
Young Historian Program
1974-1975
23 / 39
Y - Z
1975-1979
Financial Records
Box/Folder
23 / 40
Audits
1974-1978
23 / 41
Budget materials
1977-1978
23 / 42
Financial reports
1975-1978
Legal Documents
Box/Folder
23 / 43
Contracts
1974-1979
23 / 44
Royalty agreements
1975-1979
Minutes
Box/Folder
23 / 45
Minutes: program managers
1977
Organizational Records
Box/Folder
23 / 46
Organizational charts
1975-1979
Press Releases
Box/Folder
23 / 47
Press releases
1975-1979
Printed Materials
Box/Folder
23 / 48
C. M. Russell Auction brochures
1975-1979
Reports
Box/Folder
23 / 49
Annual report
1975
23 / 50
"Montana Oral History Program", by William Lang and Jeffrey Safford
1976
23 / 51
Museum and galleries 5 year proposal
1977
Miscellany
Box/Folder
23 / 52
Helena Chamber of Commerce Wage Distortion Committee (re salary survey)
1979
23 / 53
Insurance
1975-1978
23 / 54
Museum attendance statistics
1975-1978

Director Robert Archibald; Interim Director Robert M. Clark, 1979-1989Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Interoffice Correspondence
Box/Folder
24 / 1
Archives Program
1980-1987
24 / 2
Collections Committee
1984-1985, 1989
24 / 3
Education Program
1980-1988
24 / 4
Friends of the Society (includes membership lists)
1983-1988
24 / 5
Libby Dam Visitors Center
1979-1982
24 / 6
Library and Archives Division
1984-1988
24 / 7
Long Range Building Program
1984-1988
24 / 8
Montana Historical Society Press (see also: Publications Division)
1981-1983
24 / 9-13
Montana History Conference
1979-1986
24 / 14
Museum Division
1979-1989
24 / 15-17
Museum Division: Homeland Exhibit
1987-1988
24 / 18
Oral History Project (re grant applications)
1982-1989
24 / 19-22
Original Governors Mansion (includes bylaws, inventories, restoration work, etc.)
1979-1984
24 / 23
Photograph Archives
1983-1988
24 / 24
Program Manager memos
1988-1989
24 / 25
Public Program Committee
1989
24 / 26-27
Publications Division (see also: Montana Historical Society Press)
1984-1989
24 / 28
Security
1983-1985
24 / 29-31
Staff memos
1979-1989
24 / 32-36
State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO)
1980-1989
24 / 37
State Historic Preservation Office (re Montana Centennial Stewardship Program)
1988-1989
24 / 38
State Historic Preservation Office (re Fort Assiniboine)
1988
24 / 39
State Historic Preservation Review Board
1979-1987
24 / 40
State Historical Records Advisory Board (SHRAB)
1980-1988
24 / 41
Trustees
1989
24 / 42
Untitled (re proposed program reorganization)
1988-1989
General Correspondence / Subject Files
Box/Folder
25 / 1
William M. Allen
1979-1982
25 / 2-3
American Association for State and Local History (AASLH)
1980-1988
25 / 4-5
American Association of Museums (includes accreditation)
1980-1988
25 / 6
Amon Carter Museum of Western Art
1983-1989
25 / 7
Antiquities Act amendments
1985-1987
25 / 8
Anzick Site
1988-1989
25 / 9
ARCO (re Anaconda Company records)
1988
25 / 10
Art Museum Association (formerly WAAM)
1983-1989
25 / 11
Rudy Autio (includes biographical notes, bibliography, interview, exhibit grant)
1980-1983
25 / 12
A
1979-1989
25 / 13
Charles Bair Estate; Marguerite Bair Lamb Estate
1979-1988
25 / 14
Max Baucus
1979-1989
25 / 15
Esther G. Bengston (re Sylvanus White rifle)
1988
25 / 16
Sue Ford Bovey (and Estate)
1982-1988
25 / 17
James H. Bradley Fellowship
1981-1987
25 / 18
Bronzes: C. A. Beil
1980-1981
25 / 19
Bronzes: C. M. Russell
1980
25 / 20
Mark H. Brown
1980-1988
25 / 21-32
Building addition and remodel
1980-1987
25 / 33
Building maintenance and use
1980-1986
25 / 34
Burlington Northern Foundation
1979-1988
25 / 35-36
B
1979-1989
26 / 1
Evelyn Cameron Collection
1983-1984
26 / 2
Campbell Farming Corporation
1983-1989
26 / 3
Capitol niches ("Gallery of Outstanding Montanans")
1988
26 / 4
Centennial Minutes
1987-1988
26 / 5
Chautauqua (North Dakota and Montana)
1980-1981
26 / 6
Christmas show
1979-1980
26 / 7
William A. Clark exhibit
1989
26 / 8
Colorado Historical Society (re Baasaxpilua: Northern Plains Celebration and Crow Fair)
1979-1980
26 / 9
Complaints
1989
26 / 10
Computer systems
1982-1984
26 / 11
Stuart Conner
1980-1987
26 / 12
Joseph C. Connors (re Jack Beauchamps murals)
1980-1981
26 / 13-19
Cultural and Aesthetic Grants
1980-1989
26 / 20-21
C
1979-1989
26 / 22-24
Daly Mansion
1983-1988
26 / 25
Development Office
1982-1984
26 / 26
Director search
1988-1989
26 / 27
Documents West Advisory Committee
1988
26 / 28
Donations
1980-1985
26 / 29
Paul Dyck Collection
1979-1984
26 / 30
D
1979-1989
26 / 31
Bruce Ennis
1982-1989
26 / 32
Executive Mansion remodeling (2 Carson St.)
1981-1984
26 / 33
Exhibit renovation (grant application/fundraising)
1979-1984
26 / 34
Exhibit renovation (Fechin; Montana Collage)
1979-1984
26 / 35
Exhibit renovation (Montana Homeland)
1986
26 / 36
E
1979-1989
26 / 37
First Bank System
1982-1984
26 / 38
Fort Missoula
1989
27 / 1
Fundraising: Burlington Northern Foundation
1985-1987
27 / 2-10
Fundraising: Montana Historical Society Foundation
1984-1987
27 / 11
F
1979-1989
27 / 12
Great Falls Elks Club (re purchase of C. M. Russell paintings)
1984-1986
27 / 13
G
1979-1989
27 / 14
Toni Hagener
1979-1984
27 / 15
Haynes Collection Gallery
1980-1987
27 / 16
F. Jay Haynes book project
1980-1982
27 / 17-18
Isabel Haynes
1979-1988
27 / 19
Helena Unlimited (re tour train)
1983-1988
27 / 20
Highway historical markers
1984-1985
27 / 21
Copland Hill
1987
27 / 22
Norman and Joan Holter
1980-1987
27 / 23-24
H
1979-1989
27 / 25
Institute of Museum Services (re grant applications)
1979-1982
27 / 26
Interdepartmental Coordinating Committee for Women (ICCW)
1984-1988
27 / 27
Internship program
1979-1981
27 / 28
Interpretive Marketing Products
1988
27 / 29
I
1979-1989
27 / 30
Jefferson Awards (Norma Ashby, KRTV)
1988
27 / 31
Jefferson County Historical Society (re Corbin railroad trestle)
1986
27 / 32
Jefferson National Expansion Association
1980-1986
27 / 33
Jorud photo collection
1988
27 / 34
Thomas L. Judge and Blanche Judge
1983-1988
27 / 35
J
1981-1988
27 / 36
Leon Kelly (re Russell's "The Chaperone")
1979-1981
27 / 37
Howard Kelsey (9 Quartercircle Ranch)
1986-1987
27 / 38
Kleffner Ranch property
1981-1985
27 / 39
K
1979-1988
27 / 40
Lee Newspapers (re microfilming)
1981-1984
27 / 41-44
Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation / Lewis and Clark Trail Advisory Council
1980-1988
27 / 45
Frank Bird Linderman collection
1980-1981
27 / 46
Col. Matthew O. Lohmiller (re collection of Sioux and Assiniboine artifacts)
1980
27 / 47
Long Range Building Program
1985-1989
27 / 48
Long range planning
1980-1988
27 / 49
Donna Lucey (re Evelyn Cameron)
1979-1981
27 / 50
Lumbering exhibit
1982
28 / 1
L
1980-1988
28 / 2
"Boo" MacGilvra Room
1985-1988
28 / 3
Mackay Family
1979-1987
28 / 4
Russ Magnaghi
1983-1986
28 / 5
Michael P. Malone
1980-1988
28 / 6
Rep. Ron Marlenee
1981-1989
28 / 7
Anna Lou Marlow (re chandelier in Original Governors Mansion)
1989
28 / 8
McCone County Museum (Orville Quick)
1979-1988
28 / 9
McGrew Color Graphics (re C. M. Russell reproductions)
1981-1982
28 / 10
Joseph Meglen Papers
1986
28 / 11
Sen. John Melcher
1979-1988
28 / 12
Merritt-Wheeler Trust
1982-1989
28 / 13
Miles Community College (re telecommunications grant; Eastern Montana secessionist movement)
1985-1987
28 / 14
The Mission Event (Ad Hoc Committee for Public Programs in Montana Mission History)
1981
28 / 15
Missoula County Courthouse (re Paxson paintings)
1979-1980
28 / 16
Missouri Historical Society
1982
28 / 17
Montana Art Gallery Directors Association
1980-1981
28 / 18-20
Montana centennial celebration
1982-1987
28 / 21
Montana Centennial Quilt Show
1985-1987
28 / 22
Montana Club
1981, 1988
28 / 23
Montana Community Foundation
1988
28 / 24-29
Montana Federation of Historical Society Workers (includes contract proposals and contract)
1984-1987
28 / 30
Montana Heritage Foundation
1979-1987
28 / 31
Montana History Day
1982-1987
28 / 32
Montana Institute of the Arts Foundation (re Montana Arts Advocacy)
1980-1985
28 / 33-34
Montana Multi-Cultural History Project (includes report by Valerie Peacock)
1979-1981
28 / 35
Montana Oral History Association
1981
28 / 35
Montana Original Governor's Mansion Restoration
1981
28 / 36
Montana Power Company (includes transfer of records, charitable donations)
1979-1987
28 / 37
Montana Stockgrowers Association
1980-1987
28 / 38
Montana Television Network
1980-1984
28 / 39
Montana (miscellaneous, A-W)
1979-1988
28 / 40-42
Montana state agencies: Arts Council (includes Justice Building Artwork Selection Committee)
1979-1989
28 / 43
Montana state agencies: Attorney General (re Director's salary)
1984
28 / 44-45
Montana state agencies: Centennial Commission
1982-1988
28 / 46
Montana state agencies: College of Mineral Science and Technology (re Russell painting)
1984-1988
28 / 47-48
Montana state agencies: Committee for the Humanities
1979-1989
28 / 49
Montana state agencies: Department of Administration
1979-1989
29 / 1
Montana state agencies: Department of Administration, Personnel Division
1979-1989
29 / 2
Montana state agencies: Department of Administration, Publications and Graphics
1985
29 / 3
Montana state agencies: Department of Commerce
1982-1988
29 / 4
Montana state agencies: Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks (re Historic Preservation and coal tax)
1979-1988
29 / 5
Montana state agencies: Department of Highways
1981-1983
29 / 6
Montana state agencies: Department of Institutions
1981-1983
29 / 7
Montana state agencies: Department of Justice
1984-1989
29 / 8-10
Montana state agencies: Governor
1979-1989
29 / 11
Montana state agencies: Governor's Award for the Arts
1980-1984
29 / 12
Montana state agencies: Governor's Centennial Mansion (re proposal to acquire Power-Tobin Mansion for use as Governor's Mansion)
1989
29 / 13
Montana state agencies: Legislative Auditor
1980-1988
29 / 14-18
Montana state agencies: Legislature, 47th-51st
1980-1989
29 / 19
Montana state agencies: Legislature. Coal Tax Oversight Committee
1981-1988
29 / 20
Montana state agencies: Lieutenant Governor
1980-1989
29 / 21
Montana state agencies: Office of Budget and Program Planning
1979-1988
29 / 22
Montana state agencies: Office of Public Instruction
1979-1983
29 / 23
Montana state agencies: Secretary of State
1981-1983
29 / 24
Montana state agencies: State Board of Education
1986-1989
29 / 25
Montana state agencies: State Library
1986-1989
29 / 26
Montana state agencies: State University, Bozeman
1979-1988
29 / 27
Montana state agencies: Statehood Centennial Celebration
1988-1989
29 / 28
Montana state agencies: miscellaneous
1979-1987
29 / 29
Moss Mansion
1983-1988
29 / 30-31
Mountain Plains Museum Association
1981-1984
29 / 32
Museum outreach and training
1979-1980
29 / 33-34
Museums Association of Montana
1979-1986
29 / 35
Museums (Montana, by town)
1979-1985
29 / 36
Museums (out-of-state, by state)
1979-1985
29 / 37-39
M
1979-1989
29 / 40
National Cowboy Hall of Fame
1979-1984
29 / 41
National Endowment for the Arts / National Endowment for the Humanities
1979-1989
29 / 42
National Trust for Historic Preservation
1979-1989
29 / 43
Van Kirke Nelson (collector of Western Americana)
1981-1986
29 / 44
Northern Pacific Railway (re Last Spike Centennial Committee)
1983
29 / 45
Northwest Area Foundation
1981-1984
29 / 46
Northwest Bank / Foundation
1982-1984
29 / 47
N
1981-1987
29 / 48
Ashton J. O'Donnell
1981
29 / 49
O
1979-1987
29 / 50
Paris Gibson Square
1980, 1985
29 / 51
Pegasus Gold Corp. (re Centennial Minutes; Beal Mountain Mining Project)
1986-1988
29 / 52
Personnel (includes position descriptions, classifications, etc.)
1982-1988
29 / 53
Poindexter Collection
1981-1987
29 / 54
P
1979-1988
30 / 1
Rendezvous of Western Art (includes Northwest Rendezvous)
1980-1982
30 / 2
Frederic and Ginger Renner (re Charles M. Russell)
1979-1988
30 / 3
Rocky Mountain Regional Conservation Center
1979-1988
30 / 4
Rural Montana (re article on Montana Historical Society)
1979-1988
30 / 5
Charles M. Russell (includes C. M. Russell Museum, Great Falls; C. M. Russell Auction)
1982-1989
30 / 6
R
1980-1988
30 / 7
Jeff Safford
1979-1983
30 / 8
Bob Scriver (re repatriation of Native American objects)
1979-1988
30 / 9
Security
1980-1988
30 / 10
William P. Sherman
1981-1988
30 / 11
Smithsonian Institution (includes Native American Museum Claims Commission)
1983-1988
30 / 12
Sons and Daughters of Montana Pioneers
1981-1988
30 / 13
Special members
1984-1987
30 / 14
Joan Stauffer (re Nancy Russell)
1984-1986
30 / 15
John Sullivan
1982-1988
30 / 16-17
S
1979-1988
30 / 18
Television stations
1979-1985
30 / 19
Toole family
1983-1985
30 / 20
Towe Antique Ford Collection
19893-1984
30 / 21
Rick Trella (reports on Capitol art conservation work)
1979-1984
30 / 22
T
1980-1988
30 / 23
United States government agencies, misc.
1980-1987
30 / 24
United Way drive
1986-1988
30 / 25-26
University of Montana, Missoula
1979-1988
30 / 27-28
U - V
1979-1989
30 / 29
John B. Weaver, sculptor
1983-1984
30 / 30
James and Lois Welch (re Matt Hansen, son of Ripley Hugo)
1984
30 / 31
Western Heritage Center, Billings
1982-1986
30 / 32
Western History Association
1985-1986
30 / 33
White House (re requested loan of Russell painting)
1979
30 / 34
Rep. Pat Williams
1981-1989
30 / 35
Winnecook Ranch
1988
30 / 36
W
1982-1988
30 / 37
Louis Yearout
1980
30 / 38
Yellowstone Art Center
1981-1989
30 / 39
Yellowstone Corral of the Westerners
1984-1987
30 / 40
Yellowstone Park Company records
1983
30 / 41
Anna Zellick
1979-1988
30 / 42
Jessica Zemsky
1981
30 / 43
Z
1981-1989
Court Papers
Box/Folder
30 / 44
Bair Trust (includes Marguerite Bair Lamb Estate)
1981-1985
30 / 45
Color World of Montana vs. Montana Historical Society
1981-1982
30 / 46
Estates: Freda Augusta Beazley
1982
30 / 47
Estates: Linnie S. Bourke
1985
30 / 48
Estates: Mark H. Brown
1989
30 / 49
Estates: Ingeborg M. Driscoll
1981
30 / 50
Estates: Helene Edkins
1986
30 / 51
Estates: Ellen C. Greene
1986
30 / 52
Estates: Milton Moore
1987-1989
30 / 53
Estates: Albert Baptiste Racine
1985
30 / 54
Estates: Esther Combes Vance
1983
30 / 55
Estates: Caroline I. Varis
1980
30 / 56
Estates: Paul J. Wolf
1982-1984
30 / 57
Estates: Alice Colvin Wright
1980
30 / 58
Barbara Fifer vs. Montana Historical Society
1983-1987
30 / 59
Michael Heikka vs. Powell Bronze Works (MHS a third party plaintiff)
1977-1981
30 / 60
In the matter of the wage claims of Susan Barker and Thomas Depew
1984
30 / 61
Montana Environmental Information Center vs. Montana Power Company et al. (includes State Historic Preservation Office) (re Cut Bank-Morel Pipeline)
1983
Financial Records
Box/Folder
31 / 1-3
Audits (includes historic preservation grants; Libby Dam Visitor Center)
1980-1981, 1988
31 / 4-8
Budgets
1980-1989
31 / 9
Budget amendments, proposed
1981-1989
31 / 10
Budgets: base line adjustment worksheets
1982
31 / 11-12
Financial statements
1984-1988
31 / 13
Financial statements: Montana Historical Society Foundation
1987
31 / 14
E. E. "Boo" MacGilvra Room remodel costs
1987
Legal Documents
Box/Folder
31 / 15
Contracts and agreements
1979-1988
31 / 16
Daly Mansion Preservation Trust
1986-1988
31 / 17
Leanin' Tree contract (re C. M. Russell greeting cards)
1985
Minutes
Box/Folder
31 / 18
Daly Mansion Preservation Trust Board
1988
31 / 19-21
Governors' Original Mansion Restoration Board
1980-1989
31 / 22
Lewis and Clark Advisory Council
1985-1987
31 / 23
Montana Cultural Advocacy
1985-1986
31 / 24
Montana Executive Mansion Advisory Committee (2 Carson St.)
1984-1985
31 / 25-27
Montana Statehood Centennial Commission
1982-1989
Organizational Records
Box/Folder
31 / 28
Equal Employment Opportunity plan
1987
31 / 29
Executive planning process
1979-1980
31 / 30
Long range planning
1981-1982
31 / 31
Montana Board of Public Education (re structural relationship with Montana Historical Society)
1981-1983
31 / 32
Organizational charts
1980-1981
31 / 33
Professional development policy
1988
31 / 34
Proposed reorganization
1984, 1988
31 / 35
Statement of philosophical and procedural guidelines
1987
Press Releases
Box/Folder
32 / 1-4
Chronological
1979-1989
32 / 5
Montana Statehood Centennial
1985-1987
Reports
Box/Folder
32 / 6
Affirmative Action plans
1983-1986
32 / 7
"Assessment of Museum Programs, Historical Society of Montana" by American Association of Museums
1983
32 / 8
Employee satisfaction survey
1988
32 / 9
Libby Dam Visitor Center annual and monthly reports
1979-1981
32 / 10
Original Governors' Mansion restoration and refurbishing plan
undated
32 / 11-15
Program Managers reports
1984-1987
32 / 16
"Report of the Task Force on Institutional Evaluation" Society of American Archivists
1980
32 / 17
Report on costume / textile collection, by Joan Severa
1982
Speeches and Writings
Box/Folder
32 / 18
Robert Archibald (includes history articles in Independent Record
1984-1988
Subject Files
Box/Folder
32 / 19
Grants: First Bank System (re Children of Montana traveling exhibit)
1982
32 / 20
Grants: J. Paul Getty Trust (re art conservation)
1985
32 / 21-26
Grants: Institute of Museum Services (re conservation technician; general operating support; Governor's Mansion Conservation survey; Museum Assessment Program)
1981-1988
32 / 27
Grants: Montana Arts Council (re art conservation)
1979
32 / 28-30
Grants: Montana Committee for the Humanities (re "Centennial Minutes"; Centennial symposium and publication; "Centennial West")
1986-1989
32 / 31
Grants: Montana Committee for the Humanities (re educational services for classroom teachers)
1983
32 / 32
Grants: Montana Committee for the Humanities (re Haynes "Red River to the Pacific: F. Jay Haynes, Photographer" traveling exhibit, later called "Fifty Views")
1980
32 / 33
Grants: Montana Committee for the Humanities (re labor records survey)
1986
32 / 34
Grants: Montana Committee for the Humanities (re Last Best Place)
1987-1990
32 / 35
Grants: Montana Committee for the Humanities (re Montana History Conference)
1987
32 / 36
Grants: Montana Committee for the Humanities (re Museums and Historical Organizations Project)
1981-1982
32 / 37-40
Grants: Montana Committee for the Humanities (re Oral History, including "The Stack Dominated Our Lives"; "Montanans at Work"; "Small Town Montana")
1979-1987
33 / 1
Grants: Murdock Charitable Trust
1980-1992
33 / 2
Grants: National Endowment for the Arts (re Poindexter art conservation)
1983
33 / 3-4
Grants: National Endowment for the Humanities (re "Centennial Symposium of the Northern Tier States' History"; "Centennial West")
1987-1988
33 / 5
Grants: National Endowment for the Humanities (re Challenge Grant)
1987
33 / 6-7
Grants: National Endowment for the Humanities (re Haynes Collection, including "Explorers with Cameras"; "Documenting a Frontier in Transition")
1987
33 / 8
Grants: National Endowment for the Humanities (re map cataloging project)
1981
33 / 9
Grants: National Endowment for the Humanities (re "Montana: Landscape of Change")
1983
33 / 10
Grants: National Endowment for the Humanities (re newspaper cataloging project)
1983-1987
33 / 11
Grants: National Historical Publications and Records Commission (re Anaconda Copper Mining Company Records)
1983
33 / 12
Grants: National Historical Publications and Records Commission (re Montana Historical Records Advisory Committee)
1986
33 / 13-14
Grants: National Historical Publications and Records Commission (re Montana Local Government Records assessment, management, and training)
1981-1985
33 / 15
Grants: L. K. Skaggs and Mary C. Skaggs Foundation (re post office murals conservation)
1980-1992
Miscellany
Box/Folder
33 / 16
Blood drive
1986-1989
33 / 17
Brass plaque
1981
33 / 18
Brochure, draft
undated
33 / 19
Capitol tours
1981-1983
33 / 20
Christmas cards and parties
1980-1984
33 / 21
Copyright: C. M. Russell painting "When the Land Belonged to God"
1980-1982
33 / 22
Insurance policies
1979-1980
33 / 23
Legislative open houses
1985-1987
33 / 24
Montana Historical Society Foundation: lists of proposals
1987
33 / 25
Museum attendance statistics
1979-1989
33 / 26
Program profiles
1988
33 / 27
Survey of others institutions re loan policies
1988
Clippings
Box/Folder
33 / 28
Original Governors' Mansion (re proposal to use as Governor's residence)
1980-1981
33 / 29
State Historic Preservation Office
1981

Director Lawrence Sommer, 1989-1992Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Interoffice Correspondence
Box/Folder
34 / 1
Montana Historical Society general
1990-1991
34 / 2
Agency reorganization
1989
34 / 3
Archives
1989-1991
34 / 4
Business Office
1990-1992
34 / 5
Collections Committee
1989-1990
34 / 6
Education Program
1990-1991
34 / 7
Employee Fund
1990-1991
34 / 8
Friends of the Society (includes membership lists)
1990-1992
34 / 9
Library-Archives Program
1990-1992
34 / 10
MHS Foundation
1991
34 / 11-13
Montana History Conference
1989-1992
34 / 14
Museum Program
1990-1992
34 / 15
Oral History Program
1990-1991
34 / 16
Out-of-state travel authorization (includes justifications)
1990-1991
34 / 17
Program Managers memos and agendas
1990-1992
34 / 18
Public Relations
1992
34 / 19
Publications Program
1989-1991
34 / 20
Staff memos
1989-1992
34 / 21-24
State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO)
1989-1992
34 / 25
State Historic Preservation Office (re controversy with State Lands Department)
1989
34 / 26-27
State Historic Preservation Review Board
1989-1992
34 / 28
State Historical Records Review Board
1991
General Correspondence: State Agencies
Box/Folder
34 / 29
Montana Arts Council
1989-1992
34 / 30-31
Montana Arts Council (re Cultural and Aesthetic Grants)
1989-1991
34 / 32
Montana Committee for the Humanities (re Last Best Place)
1989-1992
34 / 33-34
Montana Department of Administration
1989-1992
34 / 35
Montana Department of Administration Personnel Division
1990-1992
34 / 36-38
Montana Department of Commerce (includes Travel Montana, Governor's Conference on Tourism and Recreation, "Trail of the Great Bear Feasibility Study")
1989-1992
34 / 39-41
Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks (includes Bannack management plan, historic site parks)
1989-1992
34 / 42
Montana Department of Highways / Transportation
1989-1992
34 / 43
Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation
1990
34 / 44
Montana Fire Marshal Bureau
1990
34 / 45
Montana Governor
1989-1991
34 / 46
Montana Legislative Auditor / Legislative Fiscal Analyst
1990-1992
34 / 47
Montana Legislative Council
1990-1992
34 / 48-52
Montana Legislature (includes Indian Affairs Committee, bills, budget information, special sessions)
1989-1992
34 / 53
Montana Office of Budget and Program Planning
1989-1992
34 / 54
Montana State Board of Education
1989-1991
35 / 1
Montana State Employment Combined Campaign
1989-1991
35 / 2
Montana State Library
1990-1992
35 / 3
Montana State University Burton K. Wheeler Center
1990-1991
35 / 4
Montana Statehood Centennial Commission
1989
35 / 5
University of Montana
1989-1991
35 / 6
University of Montana Center for Rocky Mountain West
1991
35 / 7
University of Montana Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center
1991
35 / 8
Montana state agencies: miscellaneous
1989-1992
General Correspondence
Box/Folder
35 / 9
American Association for State and Local History
1989-1992
35 / 10
American Association of Museums
1991-1992
35 / 11
Appreciation letters
1989-1991
35 / 12
ARCO (re Anaconda Company records)
1989
35 / 13
A
1989-1992
35 / 14
Sen. Max Baucus
1991-1992
35 / 15
Sue Bovey Estate
1989-1990
35 / 16
Buffalo Bill Historical Center
1989-1991
35 / 17
Burlington Northern Foundation grants
1990-1991
35 / 18
Sen. Conrad Burns
1990-1991
35 / 19
B
1989-1992
35 / 20
Evelyn Cameron Collection and Exhibit
1990-1991
35 / 21
Campbell Farming Corporation
1989-1991
35 / 22
W. A. Clark exhibit
1989
35 / 23
Complaints
1989-1992
35 / 24
Cultural and Aesthetic Projects Advisory Committee
1989-1991
35 / 25
C
1990-1992
35 / 26
Daly Mansion
1989-1991
35 / 27
Director search
1992
35 / 28
Documents West Advisory Committee
1989-1990
35 / 29
D - E
1989-1992
35 / 30
Federal Reserve Bank (re new building in Helena)
1991
35 / 31
F - G
1989-1992
35 / 32
Helena Regional Airport (re exhibits)
1990-1991
35 / 33
Helena tour train (re script)
1990-1991
35 / 34
Historic Sites Study Commission / State Park Futures Committee
1989-1991
35 / 35
H
1989-1992
35 / 36
Insurance
1991-1992
35 / 37
I - J
1990-1992
35 / 38
Howard and Martha Kelsey (Nine Quarter Circle Ranch)
1990-1992
35 / 39
Kunaitupii ("Coming Together")
1990
35 / 40
K
1990-1992
35 / 41-42
Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation / Lewis and Clark Trail Advisory Council
1989-1992
35 / 43
L
1989-1992
35 / 44
Mackay Family
1991
35 / 45
Memorial estates and gifts
1990-1992
35 / 46
Montana Broadcasters Association
1992
35 / 47
Montana Center for the Book
1989
35 / 48
Montana Cultural Advocacy (includes National Endowment for the Arts funding controversy)
1989-1991
35 / 49
Montana Law Enforcement Museum
1989-1991
35 / 50
Montana National Guard Historian / Curators Workshop
1992
35 / 51
Montana Power Company
1989-1991
35 / 52
Montana Preservation Alliance
1991
35 / 53
Montana Tourism Coalition
1991
35 / 54
Mountain Plains Museum Association
1989-1990
35 / 55
Museum of the Great Plains (re conditions at Bannack and Coolidge)
1990
35 / 56
Museum of the Rockies (research file on their general fund monies, 1983-1991)
1991
35 / 57
Museums Association of Montana
1990-1992
35 / 58
M
1989-1991
35 / 59
National Endowment for the Humanities
1989-1990
35 / 60-61
National Trust for Historic Preservation
1990-1992
35 / 62-63
Nez Percé National Historic Trail (re Advisory Council, comprehensive plan, additions study)
1989-1992
35 / 64
N
1990-1991
35 / 64-65
N - O
1989-1991
35 / 66
Production West Inc (re Last Best Place and Mike Mansfield documentary)
1989-1991
35 / 67
Professional development policy (proposed)
1990-1991
35 / 68
P - Q
1990-1991
36 / 1
C. M. Russell Museum (Great Falls)
1989-1992
36 / 2
R
1990-1991
36 / 3
William P. Sherman
1991
36 / 4
S
1990-1991
36 / 5
Ted Turner (re Flying D archaeology, etc.)
1991-1992
36 / 6-7
T - V
1990-1992
36 / 8
Western Heritage Center
1990-1992
36 / 9
Sister Naomi Weygant
1989-1990
36 / 10
Rep. Pat Williams
1989-1992
36 / 11
W
1990-1992
36 / 12
Yellowstone Art Center
1990-1991
36 / 13
Y
1989-1990
36 / 14
Anna Zellick
1990-1991
Court Papers
Box/Folder
36 / 15
Montana Federation of State Employees et al. vs. Curt Chisholm, et al. (includes Montana Historical Society) (re overtime pay)
1991
36 / 16
Montana Federation of State Employees et al. vs. Curt Chisholm, et al. (RESTRICTED: INCLUDES ATTORNEY-CLIENT CORRESPONDENCE)
1991
Financial Records
Box/Folder
36 / 17
Audits
1990-1992
36 / 18
Budget cuts
1991
36 / 19
Budget materials
1989-1992
36 / 20
Financial statements
1991-1992
Minutes
Box/Folder
36 / 21
Program Managers meetings
1989-1991
Press Releases
Box/Folder
36 / 22
Chronological
1989-1992
Reports
Box/Folder
36 / 23
Biennial reports
1990, 1992
36 / 24
"Looking forward to preserving Montana's past : a 125th Anniversary report" (includes draft of 1991 report)
1990-1991
36 / 25-26
Program Managers reports
1989-1992
36 / 27
State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO)year end report
1991
Subject Files
Box/Folder
36 / 28
Daly Mansion
1990-1992
36 / 29
Grants: Institute of Museum Services (re general operating support)
1990
36 / 30
Grants: Murdock Charitable Trust (re "In the Footsteps of Lewis and Clark")
1990
36 / 31
Grants: National Endowment for the Humanities (re Paul Eno Collection of Chinese Artifacts documentation)
1989
36 / 32-33
Long Range Building Plan (includes summary of projects)
1990-1991
36 / 34-35
Long Range Building Program (re requests for 1992-1995)
1990-1992
36 / 36
Long Range Planning Committee
1990-1991
36 / 37
Montana Club
1989-1991
36 / 38-39
Montana Federation of Historical Society Workers (includes collective bargaining agreement)
1989-1992
36 / 40
Moss Mansion
1990-1992
36 / 41-42
Original Governors Mansion (includes Original Governors Mansion Restoration Board minutes)
1989-1991
36 / 43-44
Poindexter Collection (includes appraisal)
1989-1991
36 / 45
Recycling
1992
36 / 46-47
Virginia City (includes "Architectural, historical, and archaeological inventory of the Virginia City National Historic Landmark..." by Dames and Moore)
1990-1992
Miscellany
Box/Folder
36 / 48
Blood drive
1989-1992
36 / 49
Brochure revision
1989
36 / 50
Landscape project
1991-1992
36 / 51
Legislative open houses
1989-1991
36 / 52
Montana museum and cultural arts center events schedule
1992
36 / 53
Program work plans
1989
36 / 54
Service pins
1989-1992
36 / 55
Visitor statistics
1989-1992

Director Brian Cockhill; Interim Director Sharon McCabe, 1992-1999Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Interoffice Correspondence
Box/Folder
37 / 1
Acquisitions Committee
1993-1995
37 / 2
Archives
1993-1999
37 / 3
Business Office
1993-1998
37 / 4
Deputy Director position
1992
37 / 5
Education Program
1993-1999
37 / 6
Friends of the Society (includes membership lists)
1992-1998
37 / 7-14
History Conference
1992-1998
37 / 15
History Day
1992
37 / 16
Library
1992-1999
37 / 17
Long Range Planning Committee
1993
37 / 18
Membership Committee
1996-1997
37 / 19-22
Memos
1992-1999
37 / 23
Merchandising Program
1993-1999
37 / 24-26
Montana Heritage and Preservation Commission (Virginia City)
1997
37 / 27-30
Montana Heritage Project
1996-1997
37 / 31
Montana Historical Records Advisory Board (SHRAB)
1997
37 / 32
Montana Historical Society Foundation (re Virginia City acquisition)
1996
37 / 33-36
Museum Program
1992-1998
37 / 37
Oral History
1993
37 / 38
Photo Archives
1992-1998
37 / 39
Public Programs Committee
1998-1999
37 / 40
Public Relations
1992-1994
37 / 41-43
Publications Program
1992-1996
38 / 1-2
Publications Program
1997-1999
38 / 3
Research Historian
1993-1994
38 / 4
Security
1995-1996
38 / 5
Special members
1995
38 / 6-12
State Historic Preservation Office
1992-1999
38 / 13
State Historic Preservation Office (re Mark Baumler's Ukraine trip)
1995-1996
38 / 14
State Historic Preservation Office (re Butte-Silver Bow Regional Historic Preservation Plan)
1992
38 / 15
State Historic Preservation Office (re Flying D Ranch)
1993
38 / 16
State Historic Preservation Office (list of National Register sites in Montana)
1992
38 / 17
State Historic Preservation Office (re Montana Tunnels land exchange)
1993
38 / 18
State Historic Preservation Office (re National Park Service grant)
1994
38 / 19
State Historic Preservation Office (re Nez Percé National Historic Trail)
1993
38 / 20
State Historic Preservation Office (re Sweetgrass Hills mine exploration)
1993
38 / 21
State Historic Preservation Office (re Transportation Enhancement Interagency Coordinating Team)
1992
38 / 22-26
State Historic Preservation Office (re Wolf Point Bridge)
1993-1999
38 / 27
State Historic Preservation Review Board
1993
General Correspondence: State Agencies
Box/Folder
38 / 28-30
Montana Arts Council (includes Cultural and Aesthetic Grants Committee)
1992-1998
38 / 31
Montana Bed Tax Future's Task Force
1998
38 / 32
Montana Capitol Advisory Council (re bronze plaques, etc.)
1998
38 / 33-34
Montana Capitol Restoration Commission
1994-1996
38 / 35
Montana Consensus Council
1992-1998
38 / 36-38
Montana Department of Administration (includes Personnel Division)
1992-1998
38 / 39
Montana Department of Commerce
1994
38 / 40
Montana Department of Environmental Quality. Abandoned Mine Reclamation Bureau
1996
38 / 41
Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks
1992-1999
38 / 42
Montana Department of Justice (RESTRICTED: attorney/client privilege)
1996
39 / 1
Montana Department of Transportation
1993-1998
39 / 2-3
Montana Governor's Office
1992-1999
39 / 4
Montana Governor's Office. Task Force to Renew Montana Government
1994
39 / 5
Montana Governor's Office. Try Another Way State Employees (re alternative transportation)
1993-1997
39 / 6
Montana Information Technology Advisory Council
1992-1994
39 / 7
Montana Intergovernmental Coordinating Committee for Women (ICCW)
1992-1998
39 / 8
Montana Legislative Auditor
1992-1996
39 / 9
Montana Legislative Council
1992-1996
39 / 10
Montana Legislative Fiscal Analyst
1993-1997
39 / 11-13
Montana Legislature
1993-1996
39 / 14
Montana Office of Budget and Program Planning
1992-1996
39 / 15
Montana State Board of Education
1992
39 / 16
Montana State Employees Combined Campaign
1994-1996
39 / 17
Montana State Library
1992-1994
39 / 18
Montana State University, Bozeman
1992-1997
39 / 19-22
Montana Tourism and Recreation Initiative (also includes Governor's Conference on Tourism, Travel Montana, Tourism Advisory Council, etc.)
1992-1998
39 / 23
University of Montana (includes Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research)
1992-1998
39 / 24
Montana (miscellaneous state agencies)
1992-1998
General Correspondence: A - Z
Box/Folder
39 / 25
American Association for State and Local History (AASLH)
1992-1998
39 / 26-29
American Association of Museums
1992-1999
39 / 30
Appreciation letters
1994-1998
39 / 31
Arizona Historical Society
1994-1997
39 / 32
Art Museum of Missoula
1997-1998
39 / 33
A
1992-1998
39 / 34
Sen. Max Baucus
1996-1999
39 / 35
Bitterroot Valley Historical Society
1992-1993
39 / 36
Richard W. Borgmann (re donation of Mark Ogle paintings)
1997-1998
39 / 37
Sen. Conrad Burns
1993-1999
39 / 38
Butte Kiwanis Club
1995-1997
39 / 39
B
1992-1998
39 / 40
John L. Clarke frieze
1992-1997
39 / 41
Community Development Services of Montana
1993
39 / 42
Stuart Conner
1994-1998
39 / 43
Corbis (re imaging software, licensing, and digital archives)
1995
39 / 44
C
1992-1998
39 / 45
Daly Mansion Preservation Trust (re lease of Bob's Place, Virginia City)
1997-1998
39 / 46
Benji "Oswego" Daniels (re Herd Bull sculpture, on permanent display on MHS front lawn)
1993-1995
39 / 47
Diversified Realty Inc. (re investment)
1995-1996
39 / 48
D - E
1993-1998
40 / 1
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. Helena Branch
1993-1997
40 / 2
Financial Aims Corporation (re MHS investment accounts)
1993-1995
40 / 3
Fort Missoula
1993-1995
40 / 4
Fort William Henry Harrison Museum Foundation
1994
40 / 5
Frontier Heritage Alliance
1996-1997
40 / 6-7
F - G
1992-1998
40 / 8
Betty Lou Hamilton (re R. C. Morrison glass plate negatives)
1994-1995
40 / 9
Peter H. Hassrick
1992-1993
40 / 10
Isabel Haynes Estate
1993
40 / 11
Helena Area Chamber of Commerce
1992-1997
40 / 12
Heritage Communications
1997-1998
40 / 13
Historic Virginia City Inc.
1997
40 / 14
Allen G. Hooper
1993-1998
40 / 15
H
1992-1997
40 / 16
I
1992-1998
40 / 17
Judith Basin Historical Society
1993
40 / 18
J
1992-1998
40 / 19
Kansas State Historical Society
1993-1998
40 / 20
Kudos
1992-1994
40 / 21
K
1992-1998
40 / 22
Lewis and Clark Train Advisory Council / Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation
1993-1999
40 / 23
Myrna Loy Estate
1993-1994
40 / 24
Dennis J. Lutz (re place names book)
1993
40 / 25
L
1992-1998
40 / 26-28
Memorial donations
1992-1999
40 / 29
Missouri Historical Society
1995-1999
40 / 30
Montana-Alberta Boundary Advisory Council
1998
40 / 31
Montana Arts Foundation
1992-1994
40 / 32
Montana Committee for the Humanities
1992-1998
40 / 33
Montana Council for International Visitors
1993-1998
40 / 34
Montana Cultural Advocacy
1992-1994
40 / 35-36
Montana Federation of Historical Society Workers (includes collective bargaining agreement)
1992-1997
40 / 37
Montana Parks Association
1998
40 / 38
Montana Preservation Alliance
1992-1998
40 / 39
Montana Rural Development Council
1994
40 / 40
Montana ... (miscellaneous)
1992-1998
40 / 41
Montie Montana Jr. (re his father's collection)
1998
40 / 42
Montanans in Michigan
1994-1997
40 / 43
Museum of the Rockies
1993-1996
40 / 44
M
1992-1998
40 / 45
National Archives
1992-1997
40 / 46
National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers
1995
40 / 47
National Endowment for the Arts
1995
40 / 48
National Endowment for the Humanities
1993-1998
40 / 49
National Trust for Historic Preservation
1992-1998
40 / 50
National Trust of Australia
1995-1996
40 / 51
National Women's History Project
1993-1998
40 / 52
James Nelson (re "Oldtime Baseball in Montana", proposed television documentary)
1994-1997
40 / 53
Nez Percé National Historic Trail Foundation
1997
40 / 54
Northern Pacific Railway Historic Association
1994-1996
40 / 55
N
1992-1998
40 / 56
Oklahoma Office of the First Lady (re "America's Governors' Mansions")
1996
40 / 57
Oregon Historical Society
1992-1998
40 / 58
Outlaw Trail documentary
1993
40 / 59
O
1992-1998
40 / 60
Randy C. Parker (re proposed mandatory history classes)
1998
40 / 61
Pegasus Gold Corporation (re Little Rockies traditional cultural properties designation)
1993-1996
40 / 62
P - Q
1992-1998
40 / 63
Susan C. Reneau
1995-1996
40 / 64
C. M. Russell Museum, Great Falls
1993-1998
40 / 65
Nancy Russell Estate (re memorial)
1992-1998
40 / 66
Russian mural proposal
1993
40 / 67
R
1992-1996
40 / 68
Dan Sample (re C. M. Russell calendars)
1992-1997
40 / 69
William P. "Bill" Sherman
1993-1995
40 / 70
Sons and Daughters of Montana Pioneers
1993
40 / 71
Special members
1997-1998
40 / 72
S
1992-1999
40 / 73-74
Ted Turner / Turner Foundation (re Flying D Ranch archaeology)
1992-1995
40 / 75
T
1992-1998
40 / 76
University of Utah
1994-1998
40 / 77-78
U - V
1993
41 / 1
John A. Wall (re T. C. Power hearse)
1995
41 / 2
Western Heritage Center
1994-1998
41 / 3
Western Rendezvous of Art (includes Northwest Rendezvous Show)
1992-1998
41 / 4
Burton K. Wheeler Center
1994-1999
41 / 5
Rep. Pat Williams
1992-1996
41 / 6
W
1992-1998
41 / 7
X-Y
1992-1994
41 / 8
Anna Zellick
1992-1997
Court Papers
Box/Folder
41 / 9
Leo Albert Benolken Estate
1995
41 / 10
Dorothy I. Cline Estate
1994
41 / 11
Henry J. Elwood Estate
1996-1998
41 / 12
Bessie L. Frary Estate
1991-1992
41 / 13
A. Copeland Hill Estate
1997
Financial Records
Box/Folder
41 / 14
Audits
1996, 1999
41 / 15-20
Budget process
1992-1998
41 / 21-22
Financial reports
1992-1996
41 / 23
Survey for analysis of funding mechanisms for Montana Historical Society
1996
41 / 24
Miscellaneous
1996-1997
Legal Documents
Box/Folder
41 / 25
Memorandum of agreement with Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks
1998
Minutes
Box/Folder
41 / 26-28
Program Managers meetings
1995-1999
41 / 29
Public Programming Committee
1997-1998
Press Releases
Box/Folder
41 / 30-36
Chronological
1992-1998
Reports
Box/Folder
41 / 37
Ellen Baumler, "An Analysis of the state-owned historic resources of Virginia City and Nevada City,"
1998
41 / 38
Biennial reports to the Legislature
1992-1998
41 / 39
Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research "Montana Historical Society funding source analysis"
1997
41 / 40
"Proposal for improving working relationships with Native American communities"
undated
41 / 41
Public outreach reports
1994
41 / 42-49
Quarterly reports of programs
1992-1999
41 / 50
Report to Liz Claiborne and Art Ortenberg Foundation (re Montana legislature vs other states' legislators
1999
41 / 50
"State properties in Virginia City / Nevada City comprehensive historic preservation plan: workbook"
1997
Speeches
Box/Folder
41 / 51
"Presentation speech for gift to ship and crew of U.S.S. Helena"
1994
41 / 52
"Remarks at the monument dedication ceremony for the deceased children of the Montana Orphans' Home, Twin Bridges"
1995
Subject Files
Box/Folder
42 / 1-5
Alberta-Montana joint project: correspondence
1992-1998
42 / 6-7
Alberta-Montana joint project: grants (International Partnership among Museums)
1994-1995
42 / 8
Alberta-Montana joint project: grants (National Endowment for the Humanities)
1992-1998
42 / 9
Alberta-Montana joint project: minutes
1994-1999
42 / 10
Alberta-Montana joint project: project proposals
1994-1995
42 / 11
Alberta-Montana joint project: project proposals (Alberta Heritage Treasures)
1995
42 / 12
Alberta-Montana joint project: project proposals (Alberta-Montana Heritage Gateways)
1996
42 / 13
Alberta-Montana joint project: project proposals (Heritage Marketing Feasibility Study)
1994
42 / 14
Alberta-Montana joint project: project proposals (Horses of the Sweetgrass and Shining Mountains)
1994-1995
42 / 15-16
Alberta-Montana joint project: project proposals (How the Horse Changed the West)
1994-1995
42 / 17
Alberta-Montana joint project: report on project as a whole
1997
42 / 18
Alberta-Montana joint project: strategic business plan
1994
42 / 19
Alberta-Montana joint project: contact lists
1995-1996
42 / 20
Alberta-Montana Heritage Project
1997
42 / 21
Anzick Site
1997
42 / 22
Charles and Sue Bovey estate auction
1996
42 / 23-27
Daly Mansion (includes Bessenyey Estate, master plan, and report by Janet Cornish)
1992-1998
42 / 28
Grant-Kohrs Ranch reports
1980, undated
42 / 29
Heritage Resource Commission (proposed)
1996
42 / 30-32
Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Celebration Advisory Council (includes correspondence, minutes, and organizational materials)
1995-1998
42 / 30-40
Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commission (includes correspondence, minutes, and organizational materials)
1997-1999
42 / 41-42
Long Range Building Program (includes requests and space requirements for new building)
1995-1998
42 / 43-44
Main Street Program (includes Montana and Alberta programs (for tapes of meetings, and VCR tapes of public service announcements, see MM 65)
1998
43 / 1-2
Mike Mansfield Statue
1998-1999
43 / 3
Warren McGee Collection
1995-1998
43 / 4
Montana Federation of Historical Society Workers (includes collective bargaining agreement)
1992-1995
43 / 5
Mike Mansfield Statue
1998-1999
43 / 6-15
Montana Heritage and Preservation Development Commission (includes correspondence, reports, minutes, proposals, legal opinions, etc.)(see also Virginia City)
1997-1998
43 / 16-24
Montana Heritage Project (includes correspondence, minutes, project overviews, published articles, reports, teacher evaluations, etc.)
1997-1999
43 / 25
Montana Historical Society Foundation
1997-1999
43 / 26
Moss Mansion
1997-1999
43 / 27-28
Original Governor's Mansion Restoration Board
1992-1998
43 / 29
Reeder's Alley
1999
43 / 30-31
Bob Scriver Collection
1997-1999
43 / 32
Strategic planning
1993-1998
43 / 33-34
Tourism (include Montana Governor's Conference on Tourism, Montana Tourism and Recreation Initiative, Travel Montana)
1999
43 / 35
Towe Ford Collection (includes proposals by Billings, Deer Lodge and Great Falls)
1996-1998
44 / 1-8
Virginia City / Montana Heritage Commission (see also Montana Heritage and Development Commission)
1992-1999
44 / 9-11
Virginia City: appraisal
1996
44 / 12-13
Virginia City: archival records (includes fund raising campaign to purchase records)
1994-1995
44 / 14
Virginia City: celebration
1997
44 / 15
Virginia City: ephemera sale
1995
44 / 16-17
Virginia City: legal documents (option agreements) (RESTRICTED)
1995-1996
44 / 18-19
Virginia City: legal documents (closing documents and deeds)
1997
44 / 20-22
Virginia City: legal documents (miscellaneous, includes lease of Bale of Hay Saloon, capitol barrel vault, etc.)
1997-1998
44 / 23
Virginia City: National Park Service preservation grant
1997-1999
44 / 24
Virginia City: National Trust for Historic Preservation loan
1997
44 / 25-26
Virginia City: Preservation Task Force
1996
44 / 27
Virginia City: reports (briefing paper by Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks)
1997
44 / 28
Virginia City: reports (history of Nevada City's buildings by John Ellingsen)
1994
44 / 29
Virginia City: reports ("Proposal to develop market analysis and strategies for heritage properties...")
1999
44 / 30
Virginia City: reports ("Virginia City Community Survey" by Sievert and Sievert)
1992
44 / 31
Virginia City: reports (miscellaneous)
1994-1997
44 / 32
Virginia City: request for proposal
1996
45 / 1
Virginia City: Special Resources Study environmental assessment
1994-1995
45 / 2
Virginia City: title insurance
1997
45 / 3
Virginia City: workbook "State properties in Virginia City/Nevada City comprehensive historic preservation plan"
1997
45 / 4
Virginia City: maps (mostly drawn by John Ellingsen); also includes lists of buildings
1997
45 / 5
Virginia City: clippings (sampled)
1996
45 / 6
Wolf Point Bridge
1998-1999
Miscellany
Box/Folder
45 / 7
Admission fee policy
1993
45 / 8
Blood drive
1993
45 / 9
Building needs assessment
1996
45 / 10
Capitol niches (gallery of outstanding Montanans)
1994-1995
45 / 11
Christmas cards and parties
1992-1998
45 / 12
Brian Cockhill resume, writings, and retirement
1992-1998
45 / 13
Holter Museum of Art prospectus
1998
45 / 14
Insurance coverage
1992
45 / 15-16
Legislative open houses (includes guest registers, 1974-1995)
1993-1999
45 / 17
Montana Ancient Teachings Education Project (grant application to Society for American Archaeology)
1996-1998
45 / 18
Montana Arts Council / Montana Historical Society joint brochure
1994
45 / 19
Montana Museum and Cultural Arts Center events calendar
1993-1994
45 / 20-21
Museum Assessment Program (re self-assessment)
1995-1997
45 / 22
National Historical Publications and Records Commission guidelines
1993
45 / 23
Service pins (includes longevity list of employees)
1992-1998
45 / 24
State employee open house
1995-1996
45 / 25
Strategic plan
1993-1996
45 / 26
Surveys of visitorship, etc.
1995
45 / 27
Survey of museums re administrative practices
1992
45 / 28
Visitor statistics
1992-1998

Director Arnold Olsen; Interim Director Mark Baumler (note: incomplete files; remainder will be added as it is transferred from Director's Office to Archives, during 2007-2009), 1999-2006Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Interoffice Correspondence
Box/Folder
46 / 1
Acquisitions Committee
1999-2003
46 / 2
Administration
2000-2003
46 / 3
Archives
1999-2003
46 / 4
Computer Committee
1999-2000
46 / 5
Education Program
1999-2001
46 / 6
Friends of the Society
1999-2003
46 / 7
Historic Montana Advisory Committee
1999-2000
46 / 8
Historic Signs Coordinator
2000
46 / 9
Indian Advisory Panel
2002
46 / 10-11
Library / Archives Program
1999-2003
46 / 12-14
Memos
1999-2003
46 / 15
Merchandising Program
1999-2002
46 / 16
Museum Program
1999-2003
46 / 17
Museum Program: Big Medicine
1999-2000
46 / 18
Museum Program: French Gratitude Train
2000
46 / 19
Original Governor's Mansion Advisory Board
1999-2002
46 / 20
Photograph Archives
2000-2003
46 / 21
Press Advisory Committee
2000-2001
46 / 22
Public Programs Committee
1999-2000
46 / 23
Publications Program
1999-2003
46 / 24
Research Historian
1999-2000
46 / 25
Security
2002-2003
46 / 26
Service Pin letters
2000-2001
46 / 27-29
State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO)
1999-2003
46 / 30
State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO): grant application and report
2000-2001
46 / 31-32
State Historic Preservation Review Board
2000-2003
General Correspondence (State agencies)
Box/Folder
46 / 33
Montana Arts Council
2000-2002
46 / 34
Montana Board of Education
2000
46 / 35
Montana Committee for the Humanities
1999-2001
46 / 36
Montana Cultural and Aesthetics Projects Advisory Committee
2000
46 / 37
Montana Department of Administration
1999-2003
46 / 38
Montana Department of Agriculture
1999-2003
46 / 39
Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks
1999-2002
46 / 40
Montana Department of Justice (re legal services)
2000-2003
46 / 41
Montana Department of Revenue
1999
46 / 42
Montana Department of Transportation
1999-2003
46 / 43-44
Montana Governor
1999-2003
46 / 45
Montana Governor's Conversation on Preservation of Traditional Native American Wisdom
1999
46 / 46
Montana Interdepartmental Coordinating Committee for Women (ICCW)
1999-2002
46 / 47
Montana Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commission
1999-2000
46 / 48
Montana Office of Budget and Program Planning
1999-2000
46 / 49
Montana (miscellaneous state agencies)
1999-2003
General Correspondence
Box/Folder
47 / 1
American Association for State and Local History (AASLH)
1999-2003
47 / 2
American Association of Museums
1999-2003
47 / 3
American Indian Institute Traditional Circle of Indian Elders and Youth (see also Montana Governor's Conversation...)
2001-2002
47 / 4-11
Appreciation letters (includes Administration, Director's Office, Education, Library/Archives, Merchandising, Museum, Publications, State Historic Preservation Office)
1999-2003
47 / 12
A
2000-2002
47 / 13
Sen. Max Baucus
1999-2002
47 / 14
Richard W. Borgmann (re donation of Mark Ogle paintings)
1999
47 / 15
Sen. Conrad Burns
1999-2003
47 / 16
B
1999-2002
47 / 17
Liz Claiborne and Art Ortenberg Foundation
2000-2003
47 / 18
Complaint letters
2002
47 / 19
Constitution Day Inc.
1999
47 / 20
C
1999-2002
47 / 21
Donnelly Foundation / Tom Donnelly
1999-2002
47 / 22-24
Donor letters (chronological)
1999-2003
47 / 25
D-F
1999-2001
47 / 26
Fort Robinson Inter-Tribal Gathering
2001
47 / 27
G
1999-2002
47 / 28
A. Copeland Hill Estate
2000
47 / 29
Rep. Rick Hill
2000
47 / 30
H-J
2000
47 / 31
Wilbur W. Kitterman Estate (re Churchill Family Papers)
2000
47 / 32
K-L
1999-2002
47 / 33
Whitney Macmillan (re PN Ranch)
2001
47 / 34
Mass mailings
2001
47 / 35
Warren McGee
1999
47 / 36
Montana Law Enforcement Museum
1999
47 / 37
M
1999-2002
47 / 38-39
N-Q
1999-2002
47 / 40
C. M. Russell Museum
1999
47 / 41
R
2000-2002
47 / 42
Mary Scriver
2000-2003
47 / 43
Sons and Daughters of Montana Pioneers
1999
47 / 44
State Historic Administrators Meeting
2000-2002
47 / 45
John Sullivan (son of Helen Hornby)
1999-2000
47 / 46
S
1999-2002
47 / 47
Terrell Publishing Company
2000-2001
47 / 48
T
1999-2001
47 / 49-50
U-Z
1999-2002
Financial Records
Box/Folder
47 / 51
Audit
1999
47 / 52
Budget master file
2001-2003
47 / 53
EPP report
2000
47 / 54
Financial reports (compare 1994- 2000)
1999-2000
Minutes
Box/Folder
48 / 1-3
Program Managers meetings
1999-2003
Reports
Box/Folder
48 / 4
Annual report
2000
48 / 5
"Investing in Montana history: a proposal to use a coal tax trust fund loan to protect our heritage"
2000
48 / 6
Quarterly reports
1999-2000
48 / 7
Strategic plan
2000
Subject Files
Box/Folder
48 / 8
Alberta
1999-2000
48 / 9
Anzick Site (see also Montana Legislature, 2001, H.B.165)
1999-2000
48 / 10
Blessings of Liberty Project
2001-2003
48 / 11
Budget cuts
2002-2003
48 / 12
Evelyn Cameron collection
2000
48 / 13-14
Capitol Complex Advisory Council / Capitol restoration
1999-2003
48 / 15
Capitol tours
1999-2000
48 / 16
Capstone (Helena College of Technology; includes information technology analysis)
2002-2003
48 / 17
Cultural and Aesthetic Grants
2001
48 / 18-26
Daly Mansion (includes bylaws, correspondence, mission statement, minutes, financial, grants, legal documents, reports)
1999-2003
48 / 27-28
Dutch Henry's gun (includes copies of documentation; video taped testimony)
1999-2000
48 / 29
Employee morale
2002-2003
48 / 30
Events
2002
48 / 31
Events
2002
49 / 1-2
Fee system
2001-2003
49 / 3
French Gratitude Train (includes background information)
2000-2001
49 / 4-5
"Future of the Past"
1999-2001
49 / 6
Golden Triangle Cooperative
2003
49 / 7
Governor's Award for Excellence
1999-2003
49 / 8
Grants
2001-2003
49 / 9
Grants: Institute for Museum and Library Services (re general operating support)
2003
49 / 10
Grants: Institute for Museum and Library Services (re storage of Native American artifacts)
2000-2004
49 / 11
Grants: Montana Cultural and Aesthetic Grants (re "Seeing Montana")
2000
49 / 12
Grants: Montana Cultural Trust
2000-2002
49 / 13
Grants: Montana Lewis and Clark Bicentennial (re "Neither Empty nor Unknown"; Montana Speakers Bureau)
2003-2004
49 / 14
Grants: E. L. Wiegand Foundation (re footlockers)
1999-2003
49 / 15
Helena Forest Foundation
2001-2002
49 / 16
Honey Hunters bronze (Charles M. Russell)
2002-2003
49 / 17
Indian related projects
2003
49 / 18
Information technology (re analysis of Society's webpage, IT Committee)
2002-2003
49 / 19
Labor-Management Committee
2003
49 / 20
Legislative audit
2000-2001
49 / 21
Legislature (re budget)
2001
49 / 22
Legislature (re "Capital Capsules")
2001
49 / 23-26
Legislature (re bills, includes HB2, HB3, HB4, HB5, HB16, HB165, HB473, HB619)
2001
49 / 27
Legislature (re bills, includes LC49, LC101, LC169-171, LC532, LC850, LC1389)
2001
49 / 28-30
Legislature (re bills, includes SB30, SB80, SB263, SB393, SB439, SB443)
2001
49 / 31
Legislature (re bills, includes SJR12)
2001
49 / 32-36
Legislature (re prepared briefing documents)
2001
49 / 37
Legislature (staff memos)
2001
49 / 38-39
Legislature (re Special Session)
2002
50 / 1-8
Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commission
1999-2003
50 / 9
Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commission Master Plan
2000
50 / 10
Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commission proposals
1999-2003
50 / 11
Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commission reports by Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research
2000
50 / 12
Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commission website printouts
2002
50 / 13
Lewis and Clark Bicentennial: Montana Historical Society activities
2002
50 / 14-16
Lewis and Clark Legacy Campaign
2002-2003
51 / 1
Whitney MacMillan PN Ranch
2003
51 / 2
Mike Mansfield Statue
1999-2003
51 / 3
Marketing assessment
2002
51 / 4
Thomas Francis Meagher (re Montana History Conference session controversy)
2000
51 / 5
Membership
2000-2003
51 / 6
Montana Art Gallery Directors Association
2002
51 / 7
Montana Federation of Historical Society Workers
2003
51 / 8
Montana Governor's Advisory Council on Disability
2002
51 / 9-16
Montana Heritage Project
1999-2003
51 / 17
Montana Historical Society (general information)
2003
51 / 18-22
Montana Historical Society Foundation
1999-2001
51 / 23-24
Montana Historical Society Foundation financial data
1999-2001
51 / 25
Montana Historical Society Foundation history by Dave Walter
2000
51 / 26-29
Montana History Conference
1999-2003
51 / 30-33
Montana History Foundation
2002-2003
51 / 34
Montana History Foundation financial data
2003
52 / 1
Montana Mainstreet Program
2000
52 / 2
Montana quarter (re U.S. coin in state series)
2002-2003
52 / 3
Moss Mansion (Billings Preservation Society)
1999-2001
52 / 4
Parties and picnics
2000-2003
52 / 5
Personnel matters: RESTRICTED
2001
52 / 6
Reeders Alley (Montana Heritage Commission)
1999-2002
52 / 7
Robert Scriver Collection (appraisals)
1999-2000
52 / 8
Robert Scriver Collection (animal mounts and skins)
2000
52 / 9
Robert Scriver Collection (Archives finding aid)
undated
52 / 10
Robert Scriver Collection (bronzes)
2002
52 / 11
Robert Scriver Collection (contracts)
2000
52 / 12-13
Robert Scriver Collection (correspondence)
2000-2001
52 / 14
Robert Scriver Collection (general information, including logistics)
2000-2003
52 / 15
Robert Scriver Collection (photo summary)
2000
52 / 16
Robert Scriver Collection (toxic waste removal)
2000-2001
52 / 17-18
Robert Scriver Collection (warehouse planning and construction)
2000-2003
52 / 19
David Thompson Bicentennial planning
2003
52 / 20-23
Tourism (includes Governor's Conference on Tourism, Montana Tourism and Recreation Initiative, Tourism Advisory Council, Travel Montana, Tourism Infastructure Improvement Program, etc.)
2000-2003
52 / 24
Tourism: A Handbook of Cultural Tourism Marketing
2000
52 / 25
Travel
2001-2002
52 / 26
Trust funds
1999
53 / 1-15
Virginia City / Montana Heritage Commission
1999-2003
53 / 16
Virginia City / Montana Heritage Commission (acquisition and legal)
1999
53 / 17
Virginia City / Montana Heritage Commission (appraisal)
2000
53 / 18
Virginia City / Montana Heritage Commission (financial)
1999-2001
53 / 19
Virginia City / Montana Heritage Commission (guidelines for film companies)
1999
53 / 20
Virginia City / Montana Heritage Commission (list of buildings with priorities for preservation work)
2000
53 / 21
Virginia City / Montana Heritage Commission (personnel)
2001
53 / 22
Virginia City / Montana Heritage Commission (public comment on draft preservation and interpretive strategy)
2001
53 / 23
Virginia City / Montana Heritage Commission (railroad, including Advisory Council)
1999-2002
53 / 24
Virginia City / Montana Heritage Commission (reports: "Analysis of Fire Protection Capability and Fire Protection Recommendations...")
2000
53 / 25
Virginia City / Montana Heritage Commission (reports: "Archaeological Assessment...")
2002
53 / 26
Virginia City / Montana Heritage Commission (reports: Kathryn McKay, "Historiographic Essay"; "Stewardship and Education Strategy"; "Interpreting the Fourteen-Mile City")
1999-2001
53 / 27
Virginia City / Montana Heritage Commission (reports: Nichols and Gilstrap, "Market Assessment")
1999-2002
53 / 28
Virginia City / Montana Heritage Commission (reports: "Outline for Virginia City Guided Tour", John Ellingsen)
2000
53 / 29
Virginia City / Montana Heritage Commission (reports: "Preparation of an Interpretive Strategy", John Veverka)
1999-2002
53 / 30
Virginia City / Montana Heritage Commission (reports, preservation: Kiskadden Barn")
1999-2002
54 / 1
Virginia City / Montana Heritage Commission (reports, preservation: roofing)
2001
54 / 2
Virginia City / Montana Heritage Commission (reports, "A Stewardship and Education Strategy for Virginia City and Nevada City", Commonwealth Historic Resource Management Ltd. )
1999
54 / 3
Gerry Wempner donation
2003
54 / 4-6
Western Rendezvous of Art
1999-2003
54 / 7
Western Rendezvous of Art (re Rendezvous Legacy Initiative)
2003
54 / 8
Wolf Point Bridge
1999-2002
54 / 9
Women's History
2003
Miscellany
Box/Folder
54 / 10
Awards
2002-2003
54 / 11
Brochures
undated
54 / 12
Christmas (includes cards, party, family)
1999-2002
54 / 13
Job listings
2001
54 / 14
Arnie Olsen (resume, award)
1999-2001
54 / 15
Service awards (longevity)
2000-2003
54 / 16
Student visit policy
2001
54 / 17
Visitor statistics
1999-2000
54 / 18
Visitor survey
2001
Clippings
Volume
Vol. 1
"Sample from state newspapers of services and events the Society provides across the state" (prepared for the 2001 legislature)
2000

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Historical societies, etc.-- Montana.
  • Museums--Montana.
  • Geographical Names :
  • Montana--History.