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Ivan Doig Papers, 1939-2015

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Doig, Ivan
Title
Ivan Doig Papers
Dates
1939-2015
(bulk, 1971-2015) (bulk)
Quantity
110 linear feet
Collection Number
Collection 2602, MtBC, us (collection)
Summary
The Ivan Doig Archive consist of diaries, literary manuscripts, research papers, legal documents, photographs and memorabilia created or collected by Ivan Doig.
Repository
Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Montana State University-Bozeman Library
Merrill G Burlingame Special Collections
P.O. Box 173320
Bozeman, MT
59717-3320
Telephone: 406-994-4242
Fax: 406-994-2851
spcoll@www.lib.montana.edu
Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Ivan Doig (June 27, 1939 – April 9, 2015), a third generation Montanan, was born in White Sulphur Springs, Montana. He grew up along the Rocky Mountain front where much of his writing takes place. His highly acclaimed memoir This House of Sky (1978), was a finalist for the National Book Award. A former ranch hand, newspaperman, and magazine editor, Doig graduated from Northwestern University where he received bachelor’s and master’s degrees in journalism. He earned a Ph.D. in history from the University of Washington in 1969, and during his career was the recipient of three honorary doctorates. In the century’s-end San Francisco Chronicle polls to name the best Western novels and works of non-fiction, Doig was the only living writer with books in the top dozen on both lists: English Creek in fiction and This House of Sky in non-fiction. He lived in Seattle with his wife Carol, who taught the literature of the American West.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Doig Archive consists of manuscripts, proofs and galleys, typed and handwritten writing fragments, pocket notebooks, note cards, diaries, journals, photographs, audio/visual material, and memorabilia. The material has been sorted into twelve series based on subject and/or document type, and there is some overlap between these divisions. The first series consists of Doig’s diaries and biographical information. The second series is the largest and consists of the various manuscript drafts and revisions, along with associated research and some publisher and promotion correspondence, all relating to sixteen books by Doig published between 1978 and 2015. The series of correspondence includes letters to and from other writers, publishers, and friends. Series four consists of essays, letters, and other materials by Doig on the process of writing and are not necessarily related to any given book title. His practice of taking notes on small pocket spiral notebooks, and also typing research findings or other writing ideas on note cards, are represented in two separate series. The note cards in particular relate back to the composition of Doig’s books and some boxes bear the titles of those works. Other series include photographs, slides, audio and video recordings used for research purposes as well as readings and interviews with Ivan about his work. A series of material titled “Medical Journey” documents Doig’s struggle with his final illness and includes both his own thoughts on the process as well as actual medical records. Finally, there is a small selection of Doig’s favorite research books that were taken from his office library. The arrangement and description of the collection closely follows a preliminary inventory created for the papers by Ms. Betty Mayfield, a close friend of the Doigs and the person who prepared the material for donation in 2015.

Online access to digital surrogates will appear as blue hyperlinks that will display as a PDF file of the entire folder contents. For additional digital surrogates and a searchable database on Ivan Doig see: http://ivandoig.montana.edu

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series 1:  Ivan Doig Archive - Diaries and biographical information, 1971-2015Return to Top

Daily record of Doig’s activities, including minute details on writing work, meals, people encountered, and travel itineraries. The diaries were typed on 5” x 7” pages with the intention of storing them in small ring-clamp notebooks, and for many years supplemental material such as speeches, letters, newspaper clippings and other ephemera were punched with the same notebook holes and kept with the diary pages. This arrangement has been preserved. When used for content in individual books, Ivan removed some diary pages and placed them in book file folders of Series 2, Books and Other Writings. Photographs originally located in this series have been removed for placement in Series 8 and, like all subsequent folder listings, have had the removal indicated by an asterisk (*). All folder titles are from the original 2015 inventory of the collection otherwise identified by brackets [ ]. Online access to the contents of boxes 1-5 containing diary pages is restricted until further notice. All folder numbers appearing as blue hyperlinks will open a separate window and display a PDF file of the entire folder contents.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1 1971-1974
1/2 1971
1/3 September 25, 1972-December 30, 1972
1/4 1973
1/5 1974
1/6 1974
1/7 1975
1/8 1976
1/9 1977
1/10 1978
1/11 1979
1/12
Diaries
Circa 1979-early 1980’s
2/1
Diaries
1980
2/2
Diaries
1981
2/3
Diaries
1982
2/4
Diaries
1983
2/5
Diaries
1984
2/6
Diaries
1985
2/7
Diaries
1986
2/8
Diaries
1987
2/9
Diaries
1988
2/10
Diaries
1989
3/1
Diaries
1990
3/2
Diaries
1991
3/3
Diaries
1992
3/4
Diaries
1993
3/5
Diaries
1994
3/6
Diaries
1995
3/7
Diaries
1996
3/8
Diaries
1997
3/9
Diaries
1998
3/10
Diaries
1999
4/1
Diaries
2000
4/2
Diaries
2001
4/3
Diaries
2002
4/4
Diaries
2003
4/5
Diaries
2004
4/6
Diaries
2005
4/7
Diaries
2006
4/8
Diaries
2007
4/9
Diaries
2008
4/10
Diaries
2009
5/1
Diaries
2010
5/2
Diaries
2011
5/3
Diaries
2012
5/4
Diaries
2013
5/5
Diaries
2014
5/6
Diaries
2015
5/7
5/8 December 1999
5/9
5/10
5/11 1988

Series 2:  Ivan Doig Archive - ManuscriptsReturn to Top

Carol Doig indicates that while Ivan was creating a story he used different colored paper to identify his progress. Random white pages were pulled from the working manuscript when changes were to be made and these would be replaced by edited pages. Yellow pages represent seminal thoughts and jottings, some of which would work their way into a finished manuscript. Finally, Ivan would use blue pages to indicate scenes he’d written later than the original manuscript. However, this pattern of work is not consistently represented in the various subseries of this collection. Doig also wrote a synopsis or book proposal at the beginning of each project. Some of these documents are filed with the individual book materials and others are found in the Publisher correspondence files. The following inventory represents, with very few exceptions, the original arrangement and folder titles provided by librarian Betty Mayfield who prepared the collection for donation. Some of these folder divisions originally contained hundreds of sheets which were divided into more convenient numbers during archival processing. In those cases, the original folder title is repeated in subsequent folder divisions and indicated by (cont.) If page numbers are present in any manuscript listings, those numbers are given after the (cont.) marker. An asterisk (*) following any folder listing indicates that photographic images or 35mm transparencies originally placed in that folder have been removed for listing in Series 8. All folder numbers appearing as blue hyperlinks will open a separate window and display a PDF file of the entire folder contents.

A NOTE ON DIGITAL SURROGATES: In some of the manuscripts presented in Series 2, the verso of any given page may have been scanned if it had typescript on it. In those cases where Doig used old scraps of typed paper for cutting and pasting, this results in images that appear to have sections that are upside down and do not necessarily have prose that sensibly follows that which appears on the preceding page. In these cases, distance users are advised to simply scroll down the PDF in order to skip to the next leaf for a continuation of the manuscript.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: The Bartender’s Tale [Working title: Miss you When I’m Gone/The Rainbow Year]
(2012)
Box/Folder
6/1
6/2
6/3
6/4
6/5
6/6
6/7
6/8
6/9
6/10
6/11
6/12
6/13
6/14
6/15
6/16
7/1
7/2
7/3
7/4
7/5
7/6
7/7
7/8
7/9
7/10
7/11
7/12
7/13
7/14
7/15
7/16
8/1
Subseries 2: Bucking the Sun
(1996)
Box/Folder
8/2
8/3
8/4
8/5
8/6
8/7
8/8
8/9
8/10
8/11
9/1
9/2
9/3
9/4
9/5
9/6
9/7
9/8
9/9
9/10
9/11
9/12
9/13
10/1
10/2
10/3
10/4
10/5
10/6
10/7
10/8
10/9
10/10
10/11
10/12
11/1
11/2
11/3
11/4
11/5
11/6
11/7
12/1
12/2
12/3
12/4
12/5 Spring 1996
12/6
12/7
12/8
12/9
12/10
Bucking the Sun: Margaret Bourke-White LIFE proof sheets*[Restricted]
Subseries 3: Dancing at the Rascal Fair [Working title: Scotch Heaven]
(1987)
Box/Folder
13/1
13/2
13/3
13/4
13/5
13/6
13/7
13/8
14/1 April 20, 1987
14/2 April 20, 1987
14/3 April 20, 1987
14/4 April 20, 1987
14/5 May 18, 1987
14/6 May 18, 1987
14/7 May 18, 1987
14/8 May 18, 1987
14/9
14/10
14/12
14/13
15/1
15/2
15/3
15/4
15/5
15/6
15/7
16/1 1985-1986
16/2 November-December 1985
16/3 December 1985
16/4 January 1986
16/5 March 1986
16/6 Summer 1986
16/7 May-June 1986
16/8 June 1986
16/9 June 1986
17/1
17/2
17/3
17/4
17/5
17/6
17/7
17/8
17/9
18/1
18/2
18/3
18/4
18/5
18/6
18/7
18/8
18/9
18/10
19/1
19/2
19/3
19/4
19/5
19/6
19/7
19/8
19/9
19/10
19/11
19/12 1996
19/13
19/14
19/15
Subseries 4: The Eleventh Man [Working title: String of Pearls]
(2008)
Box/Folder
20/1
20/2
20/3
20/4
20/5
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan’s edited manuscript with Ivan’s changes, pp. 1-75
20/6
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan’s edited manuscript with Ivan’s changes (cont.), pp. 76-150
20/7
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan’s edited manuscript with Ivan’s changes (cont.), pp. 151-225
20/8
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan’s edited manuscript with Ivan’s changes (cont.), pp. 226-300
20/9
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan’s edited manuscript with Ivan’s changes (cont.), pp. 300-399
20/10
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan’s edited manuscript, correspondence
20/11
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan’s edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 1-75
20/12
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan’s edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 76-150
20/13
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan’s edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 151-225
20/14
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan’s edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 226-300
20/15
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan’s edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 301-396
21/1 February 2008
21/2
21/3
21/4
21/5
21/6
21/7
21/8
21/9 January 2008
21/10 January 2008
21/11 January 2008
21/12 January 2008
21/13 January 2008
21/14
22/1
22/2
22/3
22/4
22/5
22/6
22/7
22/8
22/9
22/10
22/11
22/12
22/13
22/14
23/1
23/2
23/3
23/4
23/5
23/6
23/7
23/8
23/9
23/10
23/11
23/12
23/13
23/14
23/15
23/16
23/17
23/18
23/19
23/20
23/21
24/1
24/2
24/3
24/4
24/5
24/6
24/7
24/8
24/9
24/10
24/11
24/12
24/13
24/14
24/15
24/16
24/17
24/18
25/1
25/2
25/3
25/4
25/5
25/6
25/7
25/8
25/9
Subseries 5: English Creek (1984) [Working title: Scotch Heaven]
(1984)
Box
26
27
Box/Folder
28/1
28/2
28/3
English Creek – Printers proof first, with edits
28/4
English Creek – Printers proof first, with edits (cont.)
28/5
English Creek – Printers proof first
28/6
English Creek – Printers proof first (cont.)
28/7
29/1
29/2
29/3
29/4
29/5
29/6
29/7
29/8
29/9
30/1
30/2
30/3
30/4
30/5
30/6
30/7
30/8
30/9
30/10
30/11
31/1
31/2
31/3
31/4
31/5
31/6
31/7
31/8
31/9
31/10
31/11
31/12
Subseries 6: Heart Earth
(1993)
Box/Folder
32/1
32/2
32/3
Heart Earth – Ivan’s sets of galley proofs, pp. i-75
32/4
Heart Earth – Ivan’s sets of galley proofs (cont.), pp. 76-156
32/5
32/6
32/7
32/8
32/9
32/10
32/11
33/1
33/2
33/3
33/4
33/5
33/6
33/7
33/8
33/9
33/10
33/11
33/12
34/1
34/2
34/3
34/4
Subseries 7: Last Bus to Wisdom [Working title: The Dog Bus; The Glory Bus]
(2015)
Box/Folder
35/1
Last Bus to Wisdom – manuscript with Ivan’s last edits before proofs, pp. i-100
35/2
Last Bus to Wisdom – manuscript with Ivan’s last edits before proofs (cont.), pp. 101-200
35/3
Last Bus to Wisdom – manuscript with Ivan’s last edits before proofs (cont.), pp. 201-300
35/4
Last Bus to Wisdom – manuscript with Ivan’s last edits before proofs (cont.), pp. 301-423
35/5
Last Bus – manuscript editor’s final edits, Ivan reviewed through p. 240, i-100
35/6
Last Bus – manuscript editor’s final edits, Ivan reviewed through p. 240 (cont.), pp. 101-200
35/7
Last Bus – manuscript editor’s final edits, Ivan reviewed through p. 240 (cont.), pp. 201-300
35/8
Last Bus – manuscript editor’s final edits, Ivan reviewed through p. 240 (cont.), pp. 301-400
35/9
Last Bus – manuscript editor’s final edits, Ivan reviewed through p. 240 (cont.), pp. 401-478
35/10
Last Bus to Wisdom – Ivan’s proof, pp. i-100
December 4, 2014
36/1
Last Bus to Wisdom – Ivan’s proof, (cont.), pp. 101-200
December 4, 2014
36/2
Last Bus to Wisdom – Ivan’s proof, (cont.), pp. 201-300
December 4, 2014
36/3
Last Bus to Wisdom – Ivan’s proof, (cont.), pp. 301-400
December 4, 2014
36/4
Last Bus to Wisdom – Ivan’s proof, (cont.), pp. 401-454
December 4, 2014
36/5 December 2014
36/6 December 2014
36/7 December 2014
36/8 December 2014
36/9 December 2014
36/10 April 2015
36/11 April 2015
37/1 April 2015
37/2
37/3
37/4
37/5
37/6
37/7
37/8
38/1
38/2
38/3
38/4
38/5
38/6
38/7
38/8
38/9
38/10
39/1
39/2
39/3
39/4
39/5
39/6
39/7
39/8
39/9
39/10
39/11
39/12
39/13
39/14
39/15
40/1
40/2
40/3
40/4
40/5
Last Bus to Wisdom – mother’s diary and a diary of Ivan’s
Last Bus to Wisdom – mother’s diary and a 1957 diary of Ivan’s
1957
40/6
40/7
40/8
40/9
40/10
40/11
40/12
40/13
40/14
40/15
40/16
40/17
40/18
40/19
40/20
40/21
40/22
40/23
40/24
40/25
40/26
Subseries 8: Mountain Time
(1999)
Box/Folder
41/1 June 1998
41/2 June 1998
41/3 June 1998
41/4 June 1998
41/5
41/6
41/7
41/8
41/9
41/10
41/11
Mountain Time – galley with corrections, pp. 51-276
41/12
Mountain Time – galley with corrections (cont.), pp. 1-75
41/13
Mountain Time – galley with corrections (cont.), pp. 76-150
42/1
Mountain Time – galley with corrections (cont.), pp. 151-225
42/2
Mountain Time – galley with corrections (cont.), pp. 226-316
42/3
42/4
42/5
42/6
42/7
42/8
42/9
42/10
42/11
42/12
42/13
42/14
43/1
43/2
43/3
43/4
43/5
43/6
43/7
43/8
43/9
43/10
43/11
Subseries 9: Prairie Nocturne
(2003)
Box/Folder
44/1
44/2
44/3
44/4
44/5
44/6
44/7
44/8
Prairie Nocturne – copyedited manuscript, pp. 1-75
44/9
Prairie Nocturne – copyedited manuscript (cont.), pp. 76-150
44/10
Prairie Nocturne – copyedited manuscript (cont.), pp. 151-225
44/11
Prairie Nocturne – copyedited manuscript (cont.), pp. 226-300
44/12
Prairie Nocturne – copyedited manuscript (cont.), pp. 302-375
44/13
Prairie Nocturne – copyedited manuscript (cont.), pp. 376-460
45/1
Prairie Nocturne – copyedited manuscript (cont.), pp. 461-545
45/2
Prairie Nocturne page proofs, pp. i-75
45/3
Prairie Nocturne page proofs (cont.), pp. 76-150
45/4
Prairie Nocturne page proofs (cont.), pp. 151-225
45/5
Prairie Nocturne page proofs (cont.), pp. 226-300
45/6
Prairie Nocturne page proofs (cont.), pp. 301-374
45/7 September 2002
45/8 September 2002
45/9 September 2002
45/10 September 2002
45/11 September 2002
45/12 September 2002
45/13 September 2002
46/1 September 2002
46/2 September 2002
46/3
46/4
46/5
46/6
46/7
46/8
46/9
46/10
46/11
46/12
46/13 May 11, 2000
47/1 March 31, 2001
47/2
47/3
47/4
47/5
47/6
47/7 2002
47/8
47/9
47/10
47/11 June 17, 2000
47/12 August 18, 2000
47/13
47/14
47/15
47/16
47/17 September 2000
47/18 November 2000
47/19 November 2000
47/20
48/1
48/2
48/3
48/4
48/5
48/6
48/7
48/8
48/9
48/10
48/11
48/12
48/13
48/14
48/15
48/16
48/17
48/18
49/1
49/2
49/3
49/4
Subseries 10: Ride With Me, Mariah Montana
(1990)
Box/Folder
50/1
50/2
50/3
50/4
50/5
51/1
Ride With Me, Mariah Montana – manuscript marked for printer, pp. 1-50
51/2
Ride With Me, Mariah Montana – manuscript marked for printer (cont.), pp. 51-125
51/3
Ride With Me, Mariah Montana – manuscript marked for printer (cont.), pp. 126-200
51/4
Ride With Me, Mariah Montana – manuscript marked for printer (cont.), pp. 201-275
51/5
Ride With Me, Mariah Montana – manuscript marked for printer (cont.), pp. 276-375
51/6
Ride With Me, Mariah Montana – manuscript marked for printer (cont.), pp. 376-475
51/7
Ride With Me, Mariah Montana – manuscript marked for printer (cont.), pp. 476-560
51/8
Ride With Me, Mariah Montana – manuscript marked for printer (cont.), pp. 561-637
51/9
52/1
52/2
52/3
52/4
52/5
52/6
53/1
53/2
53/3
53/4
53/5
53/6
53/7
54/1
54/2
54/3
54/4
54/5
54/6 1990
Subseries 11: The Sea Runners
(1982)
Box
55
Box/Folder
56/1
56/2
56/3
56/4
56/5
The Sea Runners – galley master proofs with corrections
56/6
The Sea Runners – galley master proofs with corrections (cont.)
56/7
The Sea Runners – galley master proofs with corrections (cont.)
56/8
The Sea Runners – galley master proofs with corrections (cont.)
56/9
The Sea Runners – galley master proofs with corrections (cont.)
57/1
The Sea Runners – galley master proofs with corrections (cont.)
57/2
The Sea Runners – galley master proofs with corrections (cont.)
57/3
The Sea Runners – galley master proofs with corrections (cont.)
57/4 December 21, 1981
57/5 December 21, 1981
57/6 December 21, 1981
57/7
57/8
58/1
58/2
58/3
58/4
58/5
58/6
58/7
58/8
58/9
58/10
58/11 January 1982
58/12 June 1981
58/13 June 1981
58/14 January-June 1981
59/1 Spring 1981
59/2 Spring 1981
59/3 Spring 1981
59/4 March 1981
59/5 February 1981
59/6
59/7
59/8
59/9
59/10
59/11
59/12
59/13
59/14
59/15
60/1
60/2
60/3
60/4
60/5
60/6
60/7
60/8
60/9
60/10
60/11
60/12
60/13
60/14
60/15
Subseries 12: Sweet Thunder
(2013)
Box/Folder
61/1
Sweet Thunder – proposal and general materials
61/2
Sweet Thunder – proposal and general materials (cont.)
61/3
Sweet Thunder – copyedited manuscript with corrections, pp. 1-75
61/4
Sweet Thunder – copyedited manuscript with corrections (cont.), pp. 27-150
61/5
Sweet Thunder – copyedited manuscript with corrections (cont.), pp. 151-225
61/6
Sweet Thunder – copyedited manuscript with corrections (cont.), pp. 226-295
61/7
Sweet Thunder – Ivan’s manuscript marked with corrections, pp. 1-7
March 2013
61/8
Sweet Thunder – Ivan’s manuscript marked with corrections (cont.), pp. 76-150
March 2013
61/9
Sweet Thunder – Ivan’s manuscript marked with corrections (cont.), pp. 151-229
March 2013
61/10
Sweet Thunder – Ivan’s manuscript marked with corrections (cont.), pp. 230-308
March 2013
61/11 February 2013
61/12 February 2013
62/1 February 2013
62/2 February 2013
62/3
62/4
62/5
62/6
62/7
Subseries 13: This House of Sky [Working title: Deathday; Time Since; and The Hills West of Noon]
(1977)
Box
63
Box/Folder
62/8
62/9
62/10
62/11
62/12
62/13
64/1
64/2
64/3
64/4
64/5
64/6
64/7
64/8 1975
64/9 1975
64/10 1975
64/11
64/12
64/13
64/14
65/1
65/2
65/3
65/4 1977
65/5
65/6
65/7
65/8
65/9
65/10
65/11
65/12
65/13
65/14
Subseries 14: The Whistling Season
(2006)
Box/Folder
66/1
66/2
66/3
66/4
66/5
66/6
66/7 June 2005
66/8 June 2005
66/9 June 2005
66/10 June 2005
66/11 June 2005
66/12 May 2005
66/13 May 2005
67/1 May 2005
67/2 May 2005
67/3 May 2005
67/4
The Whistling Season – manuscript proof with corrections, pp. 2-75
67/5
The Whistling Season – manuscript proof with corrections (cont.), pp. 76-150
67/6
The Whistling Season – manuscript proof with corrections (cont.), pp. 151-225
67/7
The Whistling Season – manuscript proof with corrections (cont.), pp. 226-300
67/8
The Whistling Season – manuscript proof with corrections (cont.), pp. 301-346
67/9
67/10
67/11
67/12
67/13
67/14
67/15
68/1
68/2
Subseries 15: Winter Brothers [Working title: Winter Light]
(1980)
Box
69
Box/Folder
68/3
68/4
68/5
Winter Brothers – Author’s galley proof with corrections
68/6
Winter Brothers – Author’s galley proof with corrections (cont.)
68/7
Winter Brothers – Author’s galley proof with corrections (cont.)
68/8
Winter Brothers – Author’s galley proof with corrections (cont.)
68/9
Winter Brothers – Author’s galley proof with corrections (cont.)
68/10
Winter Brothers – copyedited manuscript
April 1980
68/11
Winter Brothers – copyedited manuscript (cont.)
April 1980
68/12
Winter Brothers – copyedited manuscript (cont.)
April 1980
68/13
Winter Brothers – copyedited manuscript (cont.)
April 1980
70/1
Winter Brothers – copyedited manuscript (cont.)
April 1980
70/2 March 1980
70/3 March 1980
70/4 March 1980
70/5 March 1980
70/6 March 1980
70/7 December 1979
70/8 December 1979
70/9 December 1979
70/10 December 1979
70/11 December 1979
70/12 December 1979
70/13 December 1979
71/1 December 1979
71/2 December 1979
71/3 December 1979
71/4 December 1979
71/5
71/6
71/7
71/8
71/9
71/10
71/11 October 5, 1979
71/12 late September 1979
71/13 late September 1979
71/14 late September 1979
71/15
72/1
72/2
72/3
72/4
72/5 December 12, [1979]
72/6
72/7
72/8
72/9
72/10
72/11 November 1980
72/12 1983
72/13
72/14
Subseries 16: Work Song
(2010)
Box/Folder
73/1
73/2
Work Song – proof with edits
February 2010
73/3
Work Song – proof with edits (cont.)
February 2010
73/4
Work Song – proof with edits (cont.)
February 2010
73/5
Work Song – proof with edits (cont.)
February 2010
73/6
73/7
73/8
73/9
73/10
73/11
73/12
73/13
73/14
74/1
74/2
74/3
74/4
74/5
74/6
74/7
74/8
74/9
74/10
74/11
74/12
74/13
75/1
75/2
75/3
75/4
75/5
75/6
75/7
75/8
75/9
75/10
75/11
75/12
Subseries 17: Other Writings
These writings include speeches, readings, interviews, compilations, introductions, forewords, book reviews and fugitive pieces that date back to College days.
Box/Folder
75/13
75/14 1958-1959
75/15
75/16
75/17 January 2014
75/18 September 28, 2013
75/19 January 25, 2013
75/20 May 24, 2012
75/21 October 14, 2010
75/22 April 19, 2010
75/23 October 3, 2008
75/24 September 23, 2008
75/25 May 16, 2008
76/1 October 28, 2006
76/2 July 22, 2006
76/3 April 2, 2006
76/4 September 15, 2005
76/5 September 6, 2001
75/6 July 14, 2000
76/7 April 15, 2000
76/8 November 19, 1999
76/9 November 5, 1999
76/10 October 16, 1999
76/11 September 22, 1998
76/12 August 1999
76/13 September 17, 1999
76/14 May 6, 1998
76/15 March 24, 1997
75/16 November 14, 1996
76/17 October 2, 1993
76/18 May 1993
77/1 December 1992
77/2 October 19, 1990
77/3 1989
77/4
Speeches-Nature Conservancy Speech “The Language of Landscape” and Boulder Valley Teachers
Speeches-Nature Conservancy Speech “The Language of Landscape” – March 1, 2001 and Boulder Valley Teachers – October 21, 2003
March 1, 2001; October 21, 2003
77/5 July 1985
77/6 circa 1980
77/7
77/8
77/9
77/10
77/11
77/12 August 2, 2014
77/13 October 6-8, 2013
77/14 October 4, 2013
77/15 October 7, 2012
77/16 December 11, 2002
77/17 October 8, 2012
77/18 [Undated]
77/19 October 8, 2010
77/20 October 28, 2006
77/21 June 26, 2006
77/22 May 6, 2006
77/23 March 17, 2006
77/24 2005
77/25 April 22, 2005
77/26 October 23, 2004
77/27 2003
77/28 November 9, 2000
78/1 May 15, 2000
78/2 September 25, 1999
78/3 May 16, 1998
78/4 [Undated]
78/5 September 1999
78/6 August 20, 1999
78/7 February 1999
78/8 June 16, 1996
78/9 1996
78/10 1994
78/11 [Undated]
78/12 [Undated]
78/13
78/14
78/15
78/16
78/17
78/18 October 5, 2012
78/19
78/20
78/21
79/1
79/2
79/3
79/4
79/5
79/6 September 13-14, 2007
79/7 November 13, 2006
79/8
79/9
79/10
79/11 [Undated]
79/12
79/13
79/14
Reviews and Interviews
Box/Folder
79/15
79/16
79/17
79/18
80/1 1995-2014
80/2 1995-2014
80/3 1995-2014
80/4 1982-1994
80/5 1982-1994
80/6 1982-1994
81/1
81/2 1997
81/3 September/October 2000
81/4 May 27, 1999
81/5
81/6 1995
81/7 Spring 2002
81/8 November 30, 2007
81/9 August 26, 2009
81/10
81/11 2012
81/12 December 2013
Book Reviews written by Ivan Doig
Box/Folder
81/13
81/14
81/15
81/16 May 1992
81/17
81/18 Winter 1993
Literary odds and ends
Box/Folder
81/19 September 26, 2005
81/20
81/21
81/22 September-November 2012
81/23 Summer 2007
81/24
82/1 2004
82/2 April 15, 2001
82/3 1999
82/4 December 17, 1997
82/5 1996
82/6 1996
82/7
82/8 May 11, 1986
82/9 1986
82/10 1981
82/11 September 17, 1978
82/12 1975-1978
82/13 1975-1978
82/14 1976
82/15
82/16 1966
82/17
82/18
82/19
83/1
83/2
Poetry
Box/Folder
83/3 circa 1968-2005
83/4 circa 1968-2005
83/5
83/6 2016

Series 3:  Ivan Doig Archive - Note CardsReturn to Top

A large collection of individual 5” x 8” notecards. These notecards contain words, phrases, sentences, character traits, plot, landscapes and ideas that are incorporated into Doig’s writing. Many of the terms and concepts were likely taken from the pocket notebooks in Series 5 as well as the notes found written on the yellow legal pads found throughout Series 2. The numbered tabs in each box refer to the cards preceding the tabs. Occasionally Doig would remove cards and place them within a working manuscript for referral, or sort them in a different manner depending on the composition he was working on. As a result, some of the tabs mark sections that are completely empty, yet they have been retained to assist in demonstrating his original intent. These tabs are so marked. All folder numbers appearing as blue hyperlinks will open a separate window and display a PDF file of the entire folder contents.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
84
The Bartender’s Tale (winnowed for The Last Bus to Wisdom)
box-tab
84/1
84/2
84/3
84/4
84/5
84/6
84/7
84/8
84/9
84/10
84/11
84/12
84/13
84/14
84/15
84/16
84/17
84/18
84/19
84/20
84/21
84/22
84/23
84/24
84/25
84/26
84/27
84/28
85
Bucking the Sun
box-tab
85/1
85/2 1938
85/3
85/4
85/5
85/6
85/7
85/8
85/9
85/10
85/11 1933
85/12
85/13
Scene, Dam overview (empty)
85/14
Scene, Rosellen and Neil (empty)
85/15
85/16
Scene, Meg at the door (empty)
85/17 1933-1935
85/18
Scene, Darius in Scotland (empty)
85/19
85/20
85/21
Scene, Easter and Darius (empty)
85/22 1934-1935
85/23 1991
85/24
85/25
85/26
85/27
85/28
85/29
85/30
85/31
85/32
85/33
85/34
85/35
85/36 1936
85/37
85/38
85/39
85/40
85/41
Scene, eclipse (empty)
85/42
85/43
85/44
Ch. 6 Flood and Eclipse (empty)
85/45 1937
85/46
85/47
85/48
Ch. 8 Slippage (empty)
1938
85/49 1991
85/50
Ch. 10 In the Truck (empty)
1938
85/51
85/52
85/53
85/54
85/55
85/56
86
Bucking the Sun (cont.)
box-tab
86/1
86/2
86/3
Meg/Darius (empty)
86/4
Rhonda/Hue (Jack) (empty)
86/5
86/6
Charlene/Darius (Owen-Proxy) (empty)
86/7
Proxy/Rosellen (empty)
86/8
Rhonda/Neil (empty)
86/9
86/10
86/11
86/12
86/13
86/14
86/15
Landscape (transferred to Whistling Season “country” category) (empty)
86/16 1930’s
86/17
86/18
Fort Peck town life (transferred to 11th man) (empty)
86/19
86/20
86/21
86/22
86/23
86/24
86/25
86/26
86/27
86/28
86/29
86/30
86/31
Christian (empty)
86/32
86/33
86/34
Field (MHS) (empty)
86/35
Ford (empty)
86/36
86/37
Gruar (empty)
86/38
86/39
86/40
Homesteaders details (empty)
86/41
Homesteaders letters (empty)
86/42
86/43
86/44
86/45
86/46
Mast (empty)
86/47
86/48
86/49
86/50
Robinson
86/51
86/52
86/53
86/54
86/55
86/56
86/57
86/58
Oral Histories (empty)
87
Dancing at the Rascal Fair
box-tab
87/1
87/2
87/3
87/4
87/5
87/6
87/7
87/8
87/9
87/10
87/11
87/12
87/13
87/14
87/15
Scotland (empty)
1889
87/16 1890
87/17 1891-1892
87/18 1893
87/19 1894
87/20 1895
87/21
Scotch Heaven (empty)
1896-1897
87/22 1898-1908
87/23 1909-1913
87/24 1914
87/25
Rob (empty)
1915
87/26 1916-1917
87/27 1918
87/28 1919
87/29
87/30
87/31
Adair Barclay (empty)
87/32
87/33
87/34
87/35
87/36
87/37
87/38
87/39
87/40
88
The Eleventh Man
box-tab
88/1
89
The Eleventh Man (cont.)
box-tab
89/1
89/2
89/3
89/4
89/5
89/6
East Base (empty)
89/7
89/8
89/9
89/10
89/11
89/12
89/13
89/14
Animal Angelides (empty)
89/15
Wallace Pennington (empty)
89/16
89/17
89/18
Carl Friessen (empty)
89/19
89/20
89/21
89/22
89/23
89/24
89/25
89/26
89/27
89/28
89/29
89/30
89/31
Minor Characters (empty)
89/32
89/33
89/34
89/35 1944
89/36
89/37
89/38
Danzen’s Ship (empty)
89/39
89/40
Belgium (empty)
89/41
Ben in Route (empty)
89/42
89/43
89/44
89/45
89/46
89/47
89/48
89/49 December 16
89/50
89/51
89/52
89/53
89/54
The Senator (empty)
89/55
Xmas Eve (empty)
89/56
89/57
89/58
89/59
90
English Creek (winnowed in November 2002 for Whistling Season and others)
box-tab
90/1
90/2
90/3
90/4
90/5
90/6
90/7
90/8
90/9
90/10
90/11
Gros Ventre Characters (empty)
90/12
90/13
90/14
90/15 1930’s
90/16 1939
90/17
Sheep (empty)
90/18
90/19
Blank (empty)
90/20
90/21
Gros Ventre (empty)
90/22
Food (empty)
90/23
90/24
90/25
Mont. Trip (empty)
1981
90/26 1982
90/27 1983
90/28
90/29
90/30
90/31
90/32
90/33
90/34
90/35
91
Heart Earth
box-tab
91/1
91/2
91/3
91/4
Berneta (empty)
91/5
91/6
91/7
91/8
91/9 February 5
91/10
91/11
91/12 1944
91/13 March 7
91/14
Cabin: desert (empty)
91/15
91/16
91/17 April 8
91/18
91/19
91/20 May 4
91/21 1962
91/22
91/23
91/24
Maudlow (empty)
June 15
91/25
91/26
91/27
Phrasing (empty)
91/28
91/29
91/30
91/31
91/32
Landscape (empty)
91/33
Weather (empty)
91/34
91/35
Ideas (empty)
91/36
91/37
Photo details (empty)
91/38
92
The Last Bus to Wisdom (the Dog Bus)
box-tab
92/1
92/2
92/3
92/4
92/5
92/6
92/7
92/8
92/9
Gestures (empty)
92/10
92/11
92/12
92/13
92/14
92/15
92/16
92/17
93
The Last Bus to Wisdom (the Dog Bus) (cont.)
box-tab
93/1
93/2
93/3
93/4
94
Mountain Time
box-tab
94/1
94/2
94/3
94/4
94/5
94/6
Lyle Rozier (empty)
94/7
94/8
94/9
94/10
Weather (empty)
94/11
94/12
94/13
VFW club (empty)
94/14
94/15
Twin Sulphur Springs (empty)
94/16
Seattle (empty)
94/17
Bob Marshall Wilderness (empty)
94/18
Montana landscapes (empty)
94/19
94/20
Scene 2 Mitch rollerblading (empty)
94/21
94/22
94/23
94/24
Scene 6 Lexa @ zoo (empty)
94/25
94/26
94/27
94/28
94/29
94/30
94/31
94/32
Mitch and Mariah (empty)
94/33
94/34
94/35
94/36
94/37
95
Prairie Nocturne
box-tab
95/1
95/2
95/3
95/4
95/5
95/6
95/7
95/8
95/9
95/10
Flora (empty)
95/11
95/12
95/13
95/14
95/15
Susan’s voice and diary (empty)
95/16
95/17
95/18
95/19 1920’s
95/20
95/21
95/22
95/23
95/24
95/25
95/26
95/27
95/28
95/29
95/30
95/31
95/32
95/33
95/34
95/35
95/36
95/37
95/38
95/39
Wes and Susan (empty)
95/40
95/41
Monty’s concert (empty)
95/42
95/43
95/44
95/45
95/46
95/47
95/48
95/49
95/50
95/51
95/52
95/53
95/54
96
box-tab
96/1
96/2
96/3
96/4
96/5
96/6
96/7
96/8
Details (empty)
96/9
96/10
96/11
96/12
96/13
96/14
96/15
96/16
96/17
96/18
96/19
96/20
96/21
96/22
96/23
96/24
96/25
97
Ride With Me, Mariah Montana (cont.)
box-tab
97/1
97/2
97/3
97/4
97/5
97/6
97/7
97/8
97/9
97/10
97/11
97/12
97/13 1989
97/14
97/15
97/16
97/17
97/18
Dialogue (empty)
97/19
Details (empty)
97/20
Bob Marshall (empty)
97/21
97/22
97/23
97/24
97/25
Two Medicine country (empty)
97/26
98
The Sea Runners
box-tab
98/1
98/2
98/3
99
The Sea Runners (cont.)
box-tab
99/1
99/2
99/3
99/4
99/5
99/6
99/7
99/8
Coastal details (empty)
99/9
99/10
9/11
99/12
99/13
99/14
100
Sweet Thunder (winnowed for The Last Bus to Wisdom)
box-tab
100/1
100/2
100/3
101
This House of Sky
box-tab
101/1
101/2
101/3
101/4
101/5
101/6
101/7
101/8
General (empty)
101/9
101/10
101/11
Landscape and weather (empty)
101/12
101/13
Sheep (empty)
101/14
Dad (empty)
101/15
102
The Whistling Season (winnowed for The Eleventh Man)
box-tab
102/1
Paul (empty)
102/2
102/3
102/4
102/5
102/6
102/7
102/8
102/9
102/10
Characters (empty)
102/11
The Myrdals (empty)
102/12
The Johannsons (empty)
102/13
The Calhouns (empty)
102/14
The Petersons (empty)
102/15
The Drobnys (empty)
102/16
The Kratkas (empty)
102/17
The Fletchers (empty)
102/18
Carnelian Craig (empty)
102/19
The Pranovosts (empty)
102/20
The Stinsons (empty)
102/21
Eddie Turley (empty)
102/22
The Stoyanous (empty)
102/23
The Rellises (empty)
102/24
Vivian Pease (empty)
102/25
Maggie Erich (empty)
102/26
102/27
102/28
Christmas (empty)
102/29
Poems/Songs (empty)
102/30
102/31
102/32
102/33
102/34
102/35
102/36
102/37
102/38
102/39
102/40
102/41
102/42
102/43
15 Latin etc. (empty)
102/44
102/45
102/46
102/47
16 orrary to Toby’s toe (empty)
102/48
102/49
102/50
17 Rose nursing to Eddie leaving (empty)
102/51
Harry Taggart (empty)
102/52
102/53
102/54
102/55
Rose-Oliver wedding (empty)
102/56
Finale (empty)
102/57
19 swans and finale (empty)
102/58
102/59
102/60
102/61
102/62
102/63
102/64
102/65
103
Winter Brothers
box-tab
103/1
103/2
103/3
103/4
103/5
103/6
103/7
103/8
Day 12 (empty)
103/9
103/10
103/11
103/12
103/13
Day 17 (empty)
103/14
103/15
103/16
103/17
103/18
Day 22 (empty)
103/19
103/20
103/21
103/22
103/23
Day 29 (empty)
103/24
103/25
103/26
103/27
103/28
Day 34 (empty)
103/29
103/30
103/31
103/32
Day 40 (empty)
103/33
103/34
103/35 February 1
103/36
103/37
103/38
Day 48 (empty)
103/39
103/40
103/41
103/42
103/43
103/44
103/45
103/46
103/47
103/48
103/49
Day 63 (empty)
103/50
103/51
Day 65 (empty)
103/52
Day 66 (empty)
103/53
Day 67 (empty)
103/54
103/55
103/56
Day 70 (empty)
103/57
Day 71 (empty)
103/58
103/59
103/60
Day 74 (empty)
103/61
103/62
103/63
Day 77 (empty)
103/64
103/65
103/66
Day 80 (empty)
103/67
Day 81 (empty)
103/68
Days 82, 83 (empty)
103/69
103/70
103/71
103/72
103/73
104
Winter Brothers (cont.)
box-tab
104/1
104/2
104/3
Ideas (empty)
104/4
Phrasing (empty)
104/5
104/6
104/7
104/8
104/9
Me (empty)
104/10
104/11
104/12
104/13
104/14
104/15
Olympic peninsula (empty)
104/16
Frontier (empty)
104/17
105
Work Song
box-tab
105/1
105/2
105/3
105/4
105/5
105/6
105/7
105/8
105/9
105/10
105/11
105/12
105/13
105/14
105/15
105/16
105/17
105/18
105/19
Minor characters (empty)
105/20
105/21
105/22
105/23
105/24
105/25
105/26
105/27
105/28
105/29
105/30
105/31
106
Prairie Nocturne and speeches, Whistling Season, 11th Man
Prairie Nocturne and speeches 2000, Whistling Season 2003, 11th Man 2006
2000; 2003; 2006
box-tab
106/1
106/2
107
Winnowed and sorted material for a variety of books
box-tab
107/1 November 2009
107/2
108
Unwritten books -Traveler in White space and Water Like a Stone
box-tab
108/1
108/2
Traveler in White Space – Technique (empty)
108/3
108/4
108/5
108/6
108/7
108/8
108/9
108/10
108/11
108/12
108/13
108/14
108/15
109
Unwritten books -The Rainbow Rope and The Glass Sea
box-tab
109/1
109/2
109/3
109/4
Missile Crisis (empty)
109/5 1960’s
109/6
109/7
109/8
109/9
109/10
109/11
109/12
109/13
109/14
The Glass Sea (empty)
109/15
109/16
109/17
109/18
109/19 1930’s
109/20
109/21
TV hearings (empty)
109/22
109/23
Characters (empty)
Phrasing/Language/Landscape
Box
110
DARE (Dictionary of American Regional English) and Scotchisms
box-tab
110/1
110/2
110/3
Scotch (empty)
111
112
Lingo
box-tab
112/1
112/2
112/3
112/4
112/5
113
Phrasing/Dialog/Minor Characters
box-tab
113/1
113/2
113/3
113/4
113/5
113/6
113/7
Lisabeth (empty)
113/8
Varick McCaskill (empty)
113/9
(empty)
1897
113/10
Possible adds (empty)
114
Speeches
box-tab
114/1
114/2
114/3
114/4
114/5
114/6
114/7
114/8
114/9
Blue as Odyssey (empty)
114/10
Storytelling tradition (empty)
114/11
114/12
114/13
114/14
114/15 1980
114/16
114/17
115
Weather
box-tab
115/1
115/2
115/3
115/4
116
Country [and winnowed material]
box-tab
116/1
116/2

Series 4:  Ivan Doig Archive - Writer’s filesReturn to Top

Essays, book reviews, clippings, and other materials created or collected by Doig dealing with the process of writing in general. Included are submissions made to the Dictionary of Regional English and other pieces specifically mentioning the use of language and dialogue in fiction writing. While some files may mention specific works, these items discuss writing in a general, rather than specific, sense.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
117/1
117/2
117/3
117/4
117/5
117/6
117/7
117/8
117/9
117/10
117/11
117/12
117/13
118/1
118/2
118/3
118/4
118/5
118/6
118/7 2003
118/8
118/9
118/10
118/11
118/12
118/13
119/1
119/2
119/3
119/4
119/5
119/6
119/7
119/8
119/9
119/10
119/11
119/12
119/13
119/14
120/1
120/2
120/3
120/4
120/5
120/6
120/7
120/8
120/9
120/10
120/11
120/12
120/13
120/14
120/15
120/16
120/17
120/18
121/1
121/2
121/3
121/4
121/5
121/6
121/7
121/8
121/9
121/10

Series 5:  Ivan Doig Archive - Pocket NotebooksReturn to Top

Ivan was known for using pocket notebooks to write random thoughts throughout the day. These notebooks contain jottings, words, phrases, quotes, as well as grocery lists, garden ideas and so on. Some of the notebooks are dated, others are not. With the exception of a seventeen pocketbooks that were removed by Doig and placed in Series Two, Subseries Seven there is no particular designation of any book title associated with these items.

Container(s) Description
Box/Folder
122/1
122/2
122/3
122/4
122/5
122/6
122/7
122/8
122/9
122/10
122/11
122/12
122/13
122/14
122/15
122/16
122/17
122/18
122/19
122/20
122/21
122/22
122/23
122/24
122/25
122/26
122/27
122/28
122/29
122/30
122/31
122/32
122/33
122/34
122/35
122/36
122/37
122/38
122/39
122/40
122/41
122/42
122/43
122/44
122/45
122/46
122/47
122/48
122/49
122/50
122/51
122/52
122/53
122/54
122/55

Series 6:  Ivan Doig Archive - CorrespondenceReturn to Top

Incoming letters and outgoing carbon copies of Doig’s replies have been divided into six subseries. As with the other series in this collection, an asterisk (*) following any folder listing indicated that photographic images or 35mm transparencies originally placed in that folder have been removed for individual listing in Series 8.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: General Writer's Letters
Chronologically arranged letters from other writers and general public. Occasionally Doig’s response is typed with carbon paper on the blank space on the front or on the back of the incoming letter. Other carbon copy responses are typed on separate sheets, usually on yellow onionskin. There is no clear difference between the letters placed in this subseries with those in Subseries 6, which are also chronologically arranged.
Box/Folder
121/11 1978
121/12 1979
121/13 1980
121/14 1981
121/15 1982
121/16 1983
121/17 1984
121/18 1985
121/19 1986
121/20 1987
121/21 1988
123/1 1989
123/2 1990
123/3 1991
123/4 1992
123/5 1993
123/6 1994
123/7 1995
123/8 1996
123/9 1997
123/10 1998
123/11 1999
123/12 2000
123/13 2001
123/14 2002
123/15 2003
123/16 2004
123/17 2005
123/18 2006
123/19 2007
123/20 2008
123/21 2009
123/22 2010
123/23 2011
123/24 2012
123/25 2014
123/26 2015
Subseries 2: Individual Writer's Letters
Letters from specific writers, celebrities, or other personalities that Doig filed by name rather than chronologically. Also included in some of these folders are clippings, notations, and other material pertaining to the named person.
Box/Folder
124/1
124/2
124/3
Paul Bacon
124/4
Stephen Becker
124/5
Mary Ellen Benson
124/6
124/7
Carol Bredahl
124/8
Richard Maxwell Brown
124/9-10
Richard Maxwell Brown (cont.)
124/11
124/12
124/13
124/14
Raymond Carver
124/15
124/16
Barnaby Conrad
124/17
Bill Cronon
124/18
Annie Dillard and Peter Mathiessen
124/19
Frank Dobie
124/20
Monte Dolack
125/1
Michael Dorris and Louise Erdrich
125/2
125/3
Dick Estell
125/4
125/5
125/6
David Godine
125/7
John Graves
125/8
A.B. Guthrie
125/9
David Hawke
125/10
Robert Heilman
125/11
James Herndon
125/12
Carol Hill
125/13
Tony Hillerman
125/14
Edward Hoagland
125/15
Jim Houston
125/16
Richard Hugo
125/17
125/18
Tom W. Jones
125/19
Roger Kennedy
125/20
Ruth Kirk
125/21
Bill Kittredge
125/22
125/23
125/24
125/25
125/26
126/1
David Lavender
126/2
Craig Lesley
126/3-4
Craig Lesley (cont.)
126/5
Barry Lopez
126/6
Norman Maclean
126/7
James Maguire
126/8
Harvey Manning
126/9
Jan Mason
126/10
Robert McCraig
126/11
Marian McPartland
126/12
Jan Morris
126/13
Wright Morris
126/14
Mark Muro
126/15
Sheila Nickerson
126/16
Jack Nisbet
126/17
David Plante
126/18
126/19
Mike Olsen
126/20
Wayne Overholser
126/21
George Plimpton
126/22
Annie Proulx
126/23
Robert Sims Reid
126/24
James Reston
127/1
Bill Robbins
127/2
Bill Robbins (cont.)
127/3
Mary Robertson
127/4
Ainsley Roseen
127/5
Archie Satterfield
127/6
Mildred Walker Schemm
127/7
Ted Schwinden Montana Governor
127/8
Mary Lee Settle and Widdy Tazewell
127/9
Maurice Shadbolt/Elspeth Sandys
127/10
Derek Sheffield
127/11
127/12
127/13
Wendy Smith
127/14
Bill Stafford
127/15
127/16
127/17
128/1
128/2
128/3
128/4
128/5
128/6
128/7
128/8
128/9
Richard White, historian
128/10
128/11
Geoffrey Wolff
128/12
128/13
129/1
129/2
129/3
Jerry and Suzanne Zeismer
129/4
Frank Zoretich
129/5
Subseries 3: Fan letters
Letters from ordinary readers of Doig’s books, written in praise of his work with particular emphasis on This House of Sky.
Box/Folder
129/6
129/7
129/8
129/9
129/10
129/11
129/12
129/13
129/14 2003
130/1
Subseries 4: Publishers-Editors Letters
Publisher’s correspondence includes book proposals, information regarding edits, promotion, covers, biographical information, etc. An asterisk (*) indicates photographs have been removed from the folder and placed in Series 8.
Box/Folder
130/2
Kathy Wilson “Thank You” letter
130/3
130/4
130/5
130/6
130/7
130/8
130/9
130/10
130/11
131/1
131/2
131/3
131/4
131/5
131/6
131/7
131/8
131/9
131/10
131/11
132/1
132/2
132/3
132/4
132/5
132/6
132/7
132/8
132/9
132/10
132/11
133/1
133/2
133/3
133/4
133/5
133/6
133/7
133/8
133/9
133/10
133/11
133/12
133/13
133/14
134/1
134/2
134/3
134/4
134/5
134/6
134/7
134/8
134/9
134/10
135/1
135/2
135/3
135/4
135/5
135/6
135/7
135/8
135/9
135/10
136/1
136/2
Subseries 5: Booksellers and Library Letters
Box/Folder
136/3
136/4
136/5
136/6
136/7
136/8
136/9
136/10
136/11
136/12
137/1
137/2
137/3
137/4
137/5
137/6
137/7
137/8
137/9
137/10
137/11
Subseries 6: General Correspondence Files
Although many of the letters in this subseries seem to be more personal and exchanged between family and friends, there is little to distinguish them from the other letters also arranged chronologically in Subseries 1. However, these files were maintained separately and that order has been preserved.
Box/Folder
137/12 1997
137/13 1998
137/14 1998 (cont.)
138/1 1999
138/2 1999 (cont.)
138/3 2000
138/4 2001
138/5 2002
138/6 2003
138/7 2004
138/8 2005
138/9 2006
138/10 2007
138/11 2008
139/1 2009
139/2 2010
139/3 2012
139/4 2013
139/5 2014
139/6 1985

Series 7:  Ivan Doig Archive - Interviews and ReadingsReturn to Top

Cassette and reel-to-reel audiotapes of various interviews conducted with Ivan Doig by commercial and public broadcasters; research oral history interviews collected from the Montana Historical Society or conducted by Doig of family members, former neighbors, and other persons regarding his own family history, Montana homesteading, the history of the Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, and other background material used in his novels; recordings of Doig performing public readings from his works in a number of different venues. There is also a small selection of CD audio disks and VHS videocassettes covering the same topics. Use of the original materials in this series will be restricted until suitable digital surrogates are created.

Container(s) Description Dates
Ivan Doig Interviews–Cassette tapes
Box/Folder
140/1 Undated
140/2
KUOW interview segments with Kim Hodgson
March 1981
140/3 September 26, 1984
140/4 December 17, 1984
140/5 October 21, 1984
140/6
140/7
NPR Performance Today: Ivan Doig
1987
140/8
KUFM (Missoula)
September 29, 1987
140/9
WCBS/CBS Don Swaim BookBeat
December 16-18, 1987
140/10
Tom Jackson of The Daily Astorian interview (blank)
February 26, 1988
140/11
KUOW Interview Rascal Fair
November 20, 1987; May 4, 1988
140/12
USIA interview by Sarah Long, Mariah Montana
Fall 1990
140/13
KUOW “Mariah” interview – and PNBA “Timeweavers” rehearsal – and Fort Worth dedications rehearsal
KUOW “Mariah” interview – September 25, 1990 and PNBA “Timeweavers” rehearsal – September 30, 1990 and Fort Worth dedications rehearsal – October 1, 1990
September 25, 1990; September 30, 1990; October 1, 1990
140/14
KXL Bill Gallagher interview
November 27, 1991
140/15
KMPS Don Riggs interview and KOPB Julie Draper interview
KMPS Don Riggs interview November 26, 1991 and KOPB Julie Draper interview November 28, 1991
November 26, 1991; November 28, 1991
140/16 June 24, 1993
140/17
KUSU (Utah State) Heart Earth interview
August 17, 1993
140/18
KPFA “Probabilities” interview with Richard Wolinsky and Richard Lupoff
October 28, 1993
141/1 November 16, 1993
141/2
KBOO (Portland) “Across my desk” interview with Jim Schumock
December 1993
141/3
Oregon Public Broadcasting “Golden Hours” interview (blank)
December 1993
141/4
Fiser Interview with Matt Rothchild
June 1998
141/5
KEMB, Billings, Montana – Writer’s Voice on the Air: Ivan Doig
August 1999
141/6
Diane Rehm show – The Whistling Season
June 15, 2006
Research Interviews
1960’s-1970’s
Box/Folder
141/7 July 5, 1968
141/8 July 3, 1968
141/9 Undated
141/10 May 12, 1974
141/11 November 6, 1974
141/12 November 6, 1974
141/13 June 19, 1979
141/14 Unidentified
141/15 Unidentified
141/16 Unidentified
141/17 Unidentified
Research Interviews
1980-1985
Box/Folder
141/18 February 13, 1981
142/1 July 1981
142/2 December 30, 1982
142/3 June 28, 1982
142/4 [circa June/July 1982]
142/5 June 21, 1982
142/6 June 23, 1982
142/7 May 11, 1983
142/8
Nevan McCullough and Dahl Kirkpatrick (cont.) and Tom Freidt, Dempsey-Gibbons fight in Shelby
Nevan McCullough and Dahl Kirkpatrick – May 11, 1983 (cont.) and Tom Freidt, Dempsey-Gibbons fight in Shelby – September 26, 1984
May 11, 1983; September 26, 1984
142/9 July 12, 1983
142/10 March 15, 1984
142/11 July 9, 1982
142/12 July 7, 1982
142/13 June 23, 1982
142/14
Albert Warner and Elmer Gwynn
Albert Warner – July 11, 1982 and Elmer Gwynn – July 12, 1982
July 11, 1982; July 12, 1982
142/15 May 9, 1984
142/16 July 2, 1985
142/17 July 1, 1985
142/18 July 5, 1985
143/1 August 19, 1985
Research Interviews
1986-1994
Box/Folder
143/2 February 3, 1986
143/3 July 31, 1987
143/4 July 31, 1987
143/5 July 30, 1987
143/6 August 2, 1987
143/7 August 2, 1987
143/8 August 2, 1987
143/9 July 31, 1987
143/10 July 31, 1987
143/11 August 1, 1987
143/12 August 2, 1987
143/13 August 1, 1987
143/14 August 2, 1987
143/15 August 2, 1987
143/16 August 1, 1987
143/17 August 1, 1987
143/18 August 3, 1987
144/1 February 15, 1989
144/2 July 16, 1990
144/3 September 6, 1990
144/4 September 6, 1990
144/5 April 13, 1991
144/6 May 29, 1991
144/7 February 19, 1994
144/8 February 15, 1994
Readings and Speeches
Box/Folder
144/9
University of Wyoming “Trying to Place It” and Town Hall Series “Storycatching”
University of Wyoming “Trying to Place It” – February 23, 1984 and Town Hall Series “Storycatching” – March 12, 1984
February 23, 1984; March 12, 1984
144/10 April 13, 1984
144/11 April 19, 1985
144/12
Montana Historical Society “Welcome to Gros Ventre” and KPLU All Things Considered
Montana Historical Society “Welcome to Gros Ventre” – October 1984 and KPLU All Things Considered – December 17, 1984
October 1984; December 17, 1984
144/13 September 20, 1984
144/14
Montana State University honorary degree and commencement rehearsal and Yellowstone Art Center, Billings “Trying to Place It” rehearsal
Montana State University honorary degree and commencement rehearsal – June 9, 1984 and Yellowstone Art Center, Billings “Trying to Place It” rehearsal – May 20, 1985
June 9, 1984; May 20, 1985
144/15
Montana Historical Society, Billings “This House of Sky” speech, rehearsal and National Council Teachers of English convention, Boise, ID “Blue as the Odyssey” rehearsal
Montana Historical Society, Billings “This House of Sky” speech, rehearsal – Fall 1980 and National Council Teachers of English convention, Boise, ID “Blue as the Odyssey” rehearsal – December 1985
Fall 1980; December 1985
144/16 February 11, 1987
144/17 September 12, 1987
144/18 September 12, 1987
145/1 September 29, 1987
145/2
Minnesota Public Radio – Rascal Fair reading
October 17, 1987
145/3 December 15, 1988
145/4 December 15, 1988
145/5 December 15, 1988
145/6 September 10, 1990
145/7 November 15, 1990
145/8 [1990?]
145/9 October 2, 1991
145/10
Portland State University – Kellogg Lecture “Works in Progress” reading
May 13, 1992
145/11 April 21, 1993
145/12 April 22, 1993
145/13 October 7, 1993
145/14 Fall 1993
145/15 Summer 1994
145/16
Fishtrap gathering – Saturday afternoon
Summer 1994
145/17 September 24, 1996
145/18 1996
146/1 1996
146/2 May 6, 1998
146/3 1999
146/4 September 1999
146/5
KCHQ/KFPR “The Art and Craft of Writing”
December 24, 1999
146/6 March 1, 2001
146/7 September 6, 2001
146/8 2003
146/9 Undated
146/10 Undated
146/11 Undated
146/12 Undated
146/13 Undated
146/14 Undated
146/15 Undated
146/16 Undated
146/17 Undated
146/18 Undated
Miscellaneous cassettes
Box/Folder
147/1
147/2
147/3
147/4
A river called Two Medicine / Ian Freebairn-Smith
147/5
Storylines America “This House of Sky” Sides A and B
147/6
Storylines America “This House of Sky” Sides C and D
147/7
Big Sky Radio “This House of Sky” Sides A and B
147/8
Big Sky Radio “This House of Sky” Sides C and D
147/9
University of Wisconsin Western Literature “The Best of our knowledge”
November 17, 1993
147/10
Center for the Rocky Mountain West. A Symposium in tribute to Wallace Stegner: University of Montana
September 17-18, 1993
147/11
Center for the Rocky Mountain West. A Symposium in tribute to Wallace Stegner: University of Montana (cont.)
September 17-18, 1993
147/12
Center for the Rocky Mountain West. A Symposium in tribute to Wallace Stegner: University of Montana (cont.)
September 17-18, 1993
147/13 September 1993
147/14 April 27, 1995
147/15
City Arts of San Franciso, hosted by Maya Angelou presents A Tribute to Wallace Stegner: with Page Stegner, Ivan Doig, Gretel Ehrlich, William Kittredge, Barry Lopez and Terry Tempest Williams
April 27, 1995
147/16 November 24, 1997
147/17 November 24, 1997
147/18 November 24, 1997
148/1
KPFA – Wallace Stegner / read by Ed Markmann
148/2
Committee for the Humanities, Missoula, MT. Richard Hugo: a radio profile (Reflections in Montana)
148/3 April 16, 1982
148/4
Laurie Mercier and Carter V. Johnson, Glasgow, Montana (Montana Historical Society OH 1054)
August 1, 1987
Compact Disks
Box/Folder
148/5
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon
September-October 2006
148/6
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon (cont.)
September-October 2006
148/7
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon (cont.)
September-October 2006
148/8
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon (cont.)
September-October 2006
148/9
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon (cont.)
September-October 2006
148/10
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon (cont.)
September-October 2006
148/11
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon (cont.)
September-October 2006
148/12
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon (cont.)
September-October 2006
148/13
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon (cont.)
September-October 2006
148/14
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon (cont.)
September-October 2006
148/15
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon (cont.)
September-October 2006
148/16 October 28, 2006
148/17
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. Work Song / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Anthony Flinn. (Episode 1-3)
2010
148/18
Diane Rehm show – Ivan Doig’s Dancing at the Rascal Fair
August 26, 2009
5" reel tape Montana Interviews
Box/Folder
149/1 July 7, 1977
149/2 July 20, 1977
149/3 Undated
149/4 May 14, 1974
149/5 July 1977
149/6
Taylor and Rose Gordon and Charles Doig
Taylor and Rose Gordon July 3, 1968 and Charles Doig, July 7, 1968
July 3, 1968; July 7, 1968
149/7 July 3, 1968
149/8
John Gruar and Walter Doig
John Gruar November 6, 1974 and Walter Doig November 11, 1974
November 6, 1974; November 11, 1974
149/9
Tony Hunolt and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Palin
Tony Hunolt, July 12, 1977 and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Palin, July 1977
July 12, 1977; July 1977
149/10
Bob Lyng and Alfred Messmer, and History of the Jawbone Railroad and Tom Kerr and the sinking of the Athenis
Bob Lyng, July 19, 1977 and Alfred Messmer, July 19, 1977 and History of the Jawbone Railroad and Tom Kerr and the sinking of the Athenis
July 19, 1977
149/11
Pete McCabe and Jim Keith
Pete McCabe May 13, 1974 and Jim Keith, May 12, 1974
May 13, 1974; May 12, 1974
149/12
John McTaggart, and Harold Chadwick
John McTaggart, June 28, 1977 and Harold Chadwick, June 26, 1977
June 28, 1977; June 26, 1977
149/13 Christmas 1973
150/1 Undated
150/2 May 10, 1974
5" reel tape Pacific Search Interviews
Box/Folder
150/3 March 14, 1977
150/4 December 16, 1976
150/5 February 2, 1977
150/6 January 28, 1977
150/7 February 21, 1977
150/8 March 9, 1977
150/9
Frances Lufkin and Connor Reed
Frances Lufkin, February 13, 1970 and Connor Reed, May 5, 1972
February 13, 1970; May 5, 1972
150/10 December 6, 1976
150/11
Barney McPhillips
May 13, 1976
150/12 September 15, 1976
150/13
Jim Trappe and Doug Swanston
Jim Trappe, September 10, 1976 and Doug Swanston, September 10, 1976
September 10, 1976
5" reel tape PNW Experiment Station interviews
Box/Folder
151/1 May 2, 1975
151/2 April 30, 1975
151/3
Jerry Franklin and Roy Silen
Jerry Frankling, September 15, 1975 and Roy Silen, September 15, 1975
September 15, 1975
151/4
J. Alfred Hall and Robert Cowlin
J. Alfred Hall, May 1, 1975 and Robert Cowlin, April 29, 1975
May 1, 1975; April 29, 1975
5" reel tape Miscellaneous Interviews
Box/Folder
151/5
Charles and Shirley Coury and Bill Fuller
Charles and Shirley Coury, June 6, 1976 and Bill Fuller June 11, 1976
June 6, 1976; June 11, 1976
151/6 December 15, 1976
151/7 June 6, 1977
151/8 June 9, 1977
151/9 October 16, 1974
151/10
151/11 August 20, 1976
151/12 Undated
151/13 September 23, 1978
152/1
Silen’s ‘Double Planet’
Undated
152/2
Ralph and Helen Jordan and Lena Holmes
Ralph and Helen Jordan, July 19, 1977 and Lena Holmes, July 18, 1977
July 19, 1977; July 18, 1977
152/3
Audio letter to Grandma Ringer from Paul and Joyce Ringer
VHS tapes
Box/Folder
153/1 September 12, 1987
153/2
Chandler Lecture Series with Ivan Doig
153/3
Governor’s Humanities Awards
153/4
Governor’s Awards for the Arts
1991
153/5
Idaho Public Television: Dialog with Ivan Doig
153/6 July 1, 1996
153/7 September 14, 1990
153/8 2003
153/9 December 1996
153/10 Undated
153/11
The Reading Room – Ivan Doig
153/12 December 8, 1987
153/13 May 6, 1998
153/14 November 5, 1987

Series 8:  Ivan Doig Archive - PhotographsReturn to Top

Includes photographs removed from other series in this collection and identified as such, along with photographs specifically maintained separately by Doig, such as 35mm transparencies taken during his travels with his wife and while conducting research for his writing. Any specific folders from which images were removed have an asterisk (*) added to that folder listing. Negatives located in box 164 have been assigned the same number as their corresponding 35 mm transparency or photographic image. All folder numbers appearing as blue hyperlinks will open a separate window and display a JPEG file of the image.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: 35mm Transparencies
The 35 mm transparencies arrangement begins at 34, there is no #1-33 due to a processing oversight. The majority of the transparencies are color; some black and white 35 mm transparencies reside within this section, but they have not been specifically identified as such. While some of the transparencies in this series arrived in individually labeled boxes referring to specific topics, some were removed from other series for their placement here. Those transparencies originally in labeled boxes have been listed following the original box label printed in italics. Within each box the transparencies were grouped into specific sections and in those cases where a section had been specifically labeled, that heading is also included above the listing of the images. Titles for individual images have been taken from notations on the cardboard mounting frame itself, but if the transparency was unlabeled it appears as “unidentified” as the slide’s title.Transparencies #34-530 were removed from Series 1-7 and Series 9-10. Transparencies #34-168 were removed from Series 1, Dairies and biographical information. Transparencies #169-490 were removed from the individual book files in Series 2; headings that precede each set of these images correspond to the book titles (Subseries 1-17) they were removed from, and the specific folder listings have also been marked with an asterisk to indicate these removals. Transparencies #491-494 were removed from box 131, folder 7. Transparencies #495-530 were removed from Series 9 and 10. Transparencies # 495-514 were removed from Series 9, Subseries 3 Edinburgh. Transparencies #515-520 were removed from Series 10, Subseries 2 Sites and Quake, June 2002. Transparencies #521-530 were removed from Series 10, Subseries 2 Lewis Clark Site, June 2002.Within each box, numbering of the transparencies begins on the left running in a vertical column progressing towards the right of the box.
box-slide
154/34
154/35
154/36
154/37
154/38
154/39
154/40
154/41
154/42
154/43
154/44
154/45 May 17, 1997
154/46 July 24, 1983
154/47
154/48
154/49
154/50
154/51
154/52
154/53
154/54
154/55
154/56
154/57
154/58 1996
154/59
154/60
154/61
154/62
154/63
154/64
154/65
154/66
154/67
154/68
154/69
154/70
154/71
154/72
154/73
154/74
154/75
154/76
154/77
154/78
154/79
154/80
154/81
154/82
154/83
154/84
154/85
154/86
154/87 1994
154/88
154/89 March 1985
154/90
154/91
154/92
154/93
154/94
154/95
154/96
154/97 September 15, 1994
154/98
154/99
154/100
154/101
154/102
154/103
154/104
154/105
154/106
154/107
154/108
154/109
154/110
154/111
154/112
154/113
154/114
154/115
154/116
154/117
154/118
154/119
154/120
154/121
154/122
154/123
154/124
154/125
154/126
154/127
154/128
154/129
154/130
154/131
154/132
154/133
154/134 July 1, 1983
154/135
154/136 1930’s
154/137
154/138
154/139
154/140
154/141
154/142 June 26, 1983
154/143
154/144
154/145
154/146
154/147
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Subseries 2: Individually boxed transparencies
Images listed in this series arrived in specifically labeled boxes. Within each labeled box the images were broken into identified groups. The titles of those groups has been placed in advance of each section of individually numbered items. If the transparencies were given individual titles written on the mounting cardboard, that title has been provided. If the image was unlabeled it appears as “unidentified.” However, from it contextual placement within the original identified title of the box or the original titled section researchers should be able to deduce the significance or appropriate subject based on that information. Original box titles are provided in bold print and original section titles are provided in italics. As always, the box numbers also displayed in bold print within this inventory represent the container assignment made by Special Collections processors and are for the purpose of facilitating the retrieval of physical objects.
Original box title: Alaska/England/Scotland
Original section title: Alaska, Jueau
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Original section title: Alaska, Sitka, --Castle Hill sequence, --bay
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Original section title: Alaska, Sitka
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Original section title: Queen Charlotte Islands, Ketchikan
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Original section title: Alaska, Denali
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Original section title: Alaska, Fairbanks, --Reeburghs
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Original section title: England, Battle
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Original section title: England, Battle, Canterbury
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Original section title: England, Branscombe, Dartmouth
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Original section title: Scotland, Panbride and Monikie Burn
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Original box title: Arizona/California/South Carolina/Australia/ New Zealand
Original section title: Arizona: February/March 1991 and February 1996 Catalina State Park, north of Tucson
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Original section title: Arizona: Tucson area, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Saguaro East
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Original section title: Arizona north of Wickenburg, to Stanton
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Original section title: Arizona: Wickenburg area, Route 71, northwest of town, in Joshua tree area, town
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Original section title: Arizona: Grand Canyon south rim, Montezuma Castle
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Original section title: Arizona: Chiricahua National Monument
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Original section title: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, April 18-25, 1992, Palmetto Dunes beach and pix of Ben and Jeanne Baldwin at home
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Original section title: Daufuskie Island, South Carolina and boat trip from Harbour Town, Hilton Head Island, historic Gullah community
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Original section title: Death Valley, California, December 1995, sunrise at Zabriskie Point dust storm and clouds Scotty’s Castle
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Original section title: Death Valley, Badwater-lowest point in United States, Furnace Creek Inn at Sunset
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Original section title: Australia, Sydney, Canberra, Fremantle
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Original section title: Australia, Melbourne
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Original section title: Snow Canyon State Park, near Saint George, Utah, Fort Union, New Mexico with Olsens
Original section title: Snow Canyon State Park, near Saint George, Utah December 1995, Fort Union, New Mexico with Olsens, February 1996
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Original section title: Ghost Ranch, Abiquiu, New Mexico
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Original section title: California—Carol’s 1961, pictures: Monterey, Port Lobos
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Original section title: California, San Simeon, Jeffers House
Original section title: California—1961, San Simeon, Jeffers House
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Original section title: California, Palm Springs, Joshua
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Original section title: California, Palm Springs
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Original section title: Albuquerque, New Mexico, Tierra Antigua Apartment, Rio Grande Nature Center, Simms Park
Original section title: Albuquerque, New Mexico January/February 1996, Tierra Antigua Apartment, Rio Grande Nature Center, Simms Park
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Original section title: Acoma with Frank Zoretich
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Original section title: Bosque del Apache, NWR near Socorro, New Mexico
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Original section title: Bosque del Apache, NWR near Socorro, New Mexico, El Morro
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Original section title: Truchas, New Mexico
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Original box title: Montana/Literary People/Head shots of Ivan
Original section title: Montana with Linda Bierds and Sydney Kaplan, Polebridge, Logan Pass
Original section title: Montana June 1992 with Linda Bierds and Sydney Kaplan, Polebridge, Logan Pass
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Original section title: Montana, Saint Mary Lake, Egg Mountain, etc.
Original section title: Montana 1992, Saint Mary Lake, Egg Mountain, etc.
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Original section title: Fishtrap Conference, Montana-Idaho trip
Original section title: Fishtrap Conference 1994, Montana-Idaho trip 1994
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Original section title: High Line, -Chief Joseph site, -Chinook bars, -BN roadbed, -Devon granaries, -Cut Bank sheep wagons, -Little Rockies
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Original section title: Two Medicine Country, (trip with Dick and Dee Brown), -Rappold ranch, -Meriwether Lewis site, -Two Med Cliffs
Original section title: Two Medicine Country, (trip with Dick and Dee Brown, June 1989), -Rappold ranch, -Meriwether Lewis site, -Two Med Cliffs
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156/1350 June 1989
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156/1352 June 1989
156/1353 June 1989
156/1354 June 1989
Original section title: (Miscellaneous) Flag, Marlboro Man sign, Danny Hill Fuel Company
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156/1355
157/1356
157/1357
157/1358
157/1359
157/1360 1997
157/1361
157/1362
157/1363
157/1364
157/1365
157/1366
157/1367
157/1368
157/1369
Original section title: Central Montana, -C.M. Russell refuge, -fishing on Missouri River in Wolf Creek Canyon, -road signs at Stanford, -Square Butte, -Walter’s, North Fork
Original section title: Central Montana, -C.M. Russell refuge, -fishing on Missouri River in Wolf Creek Canyon, -road signs at Stanford, -Square Butte, -Walter’s, North Fork July 1996
July 1996
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157/1370 July 1996
157/1371 July 1996
157/1372 July 1996
157/1373 July 1996
157/1374 July 1996
157/1375 July 1996
157/1376 July 1996
157/1377 July 1996
157/1378 July 1996
157/1379 July 1996
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