Campbell Farming Corporation records, 1918-1975  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Campbell Farming Corporation
Title
Campbell Farming Corporation records
Dates
1918-1975 (inclusive)
Quantity
125 linear feet of shelf space
Collection Number
UPMC 178
Summary
The Campbell Farming Corporation, founded by Thomas D. Campbell in 1918, was a large wheat farming operation on and near the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana. Records include general correspondence (1918-1970), financial records (1922-1928), legal documents (1920s-1970s), subject files (1920-1974, undated), miscellany, maps, and printed materials. Collection includes 34 volumes and one oversize box.
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. Much of the material is fragile, and extra care and supervision will be required for use.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Thomas D. Campbell was born in a sod house in the Red River Valley of North Dakota, on February 19, 1882. His parents, Thomas D. and Almira Catherine (Richards) Campbell, were among the first homesteaders in the Red River Valley. Over the years, the senior Campbell expanded his farming operations by buying the abandoned farms of neighbors.

The younger Campbell attended a rural school through seventh grade and then went to high school in Grand Forks. He was president of his senior class and graduated valedictorian. Due to his father's ill health, Tom took over management of the family farm as well as attending the University of North Dakota. On October 3, 1906, Tom married Bess McBride Bull. The couple had one son who died in early childhood, and three daughters Elizabeth-Ann "Libby", Jean, and Catherine. After the death of his father, Tom moved his family to California, where he worked as an engineer and invested in real estate.

At the start of World War I, Campbell planned to enlist, but instead decided to produce food on a large scale for the war effort, using Indian reservation land in Montana. He presented his idea to Secretary of Interior Franklin K. Lane, who put him in touch with financier J.P. Morgan. Campbell then founded the Montana Farming Corporation and negotiated an agreement with the Department of the Interior to lease land on the Crow and Fort Peck reservations. He began his operations on the Fort Peck Reservation, but after a year moved his primary operation to the Crow Reservation. He leased approximately 95,000 acres of land from Indian allotment owners, and eventually purchased additional land. On this land he grew wheat and other grains on an industrial basis, pioneering the extensive use of mechanization. With the drought and depression years of the early 1920s, Campbell's New York financial backers withdrew and he formed the Campbell Farming Corporation to purchase the assets of the Montana Farming Corporation. He reduced the acreage of leased land, but nevertheless continued to lease approximately 35,000 acres and bought 15,000 acres from individual Indian families and from neighboring ranchers. After Campbell retired to Albuquerque, New Mexico, in the late 1950s, Floyd Slattery took over active management of the Montana farm. Campbell hoped to one day sell his farm to the Crow Tribe.

In the late 1930s Campbell, with partner John J. Raskob, bought the La Joya, San Pedro, and Belen land grants in New Mexico, totaling over 300,000 acres. Campbell and Raskob operated the grants as a cattle ranch and also experimented with dry-land wheat farming. In 1941 Campbell bought out his partner, and in 1946 transferred the property to the Campbell Farming Corporation. Beginning in 1952 the Campbell Farming Corporation began the gradual liquidation of its New Mexico properties, finally selling in 1970.

As an expert in dryland farming and industrial farming techniques, Campbell served as an advisor to the Soviet Russian government in the early 1930s in setting up State farms. He was also an agricultural advisor in England, Tunisia, South Africa, and Australia. During World War II, he enlisted in the Army and served as an advisor on mechanization of military transportation. Following the war he was promoted to General.

Campbell, in his later years, became involved in charitable work, transferring most of his assets to the non-profit Campbell Family Foundation. This Foundation became a major benefactor of the University of North Dakota and other educational institutions.

Thomas D. Campbell died March 18, 1966, in Pasadena, California.

[Based on "Tom Campbell: Montana Wheat Farmer" by Jane Slattery, and biographical outline by Bruce Gjovig.]

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Collection includes records of the Campbell Farming Corporation (1918-1976); the United States Wheat Corporation; the La Joya Development Company; Thomas D. Campbell's Trinity County, California, mining property; and Thomas D. Campbell's personal papers concerning his service in World War II and other matters.

Campbell Farming Corporation Subgroup includes Correspondence File (1918-1919, 1924-1973); Managers File (1919-1924, 1948-1968); Machinery File (1918-1937, 1951-1957); Personal File (1918-1927) continued by Miscellaneous File (1928-1975); Desk Diaries (1942-1948); Employment Records (1919-1973) including payrolls; Financial Records (1919-1975) including ledgers, journals, tax files, and other materials; Legal Documents (1918-1972) including contracts, lease files, allotment records, etc.; Maps; minor Organizational Records (1918-1959); Production Records (1920-1973); a numerically-based Subject File (1970s); and Miscellany.

Records of the United States Wheat Corporation, a Campbell Farming Corporation subsidiary, consist of Correspondence (1949-1952), Financial Records (1949-1952), and Legal Documents (1948-1952).

Records of the La Joya Development Company, including records of its predecessor the Raskob-Campbell Partnership, and successor Campbell Farming Corporation, consist of Correspondence (1938-1965); typed transcript of court papers (1888) concerning the Canon del Agua Grant in New Mexico; Financial Records (1928-1968), Legal Documents (1939-1970), and Subject Files on the La Joya Grant and San Pedro Grant.

Thomas D. Campbell owned several mining claims in Trinity County, California. There is a subgroup of records of this operation (1933-1942).

Thomas D. Campbell personal subgroup includes Campbell's files on his World War II service, and limited material on his advisory work in the Soviet Union, South Africa, and Australia.

[The bulk of Thomas D. Campbell's La Joya, New Mexico, records are at the Center for Southwest Research, University of New Mexico. That collection also contains addition files on Campbell's military, political, and foreign advisor activities.]

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. Collection Title. Collection Number. Box and Folder numbers. Montana Historical Society Research Center, Archives, Helena, Montana.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Campbell Farming Corporation Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Correspondence File
["Correspondence File" consists of alphabetically arranged correspondence with individuals and companies. There is no file for the period 1920-1923.]
Box/Folder
1 / 1-2
Anderson, Westerfeld and Klodt (Fort Smith Wheat Company)
1918-1919
1 / 3-8
A-B
1919
1 / 9
Thomas D. Campbell
1919
1 / 10
J.C. Case Threshing Company
1919
1 / 11
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway
1919
1 / 12
Preston Clapper (Fort Smith Wheat Company)
1920
1 / 13
F.B. Connelly Company
1919
1 / 14
C
1919
1 / 15
Deere and Webber Company
1919
1 / 16
D-E
1919
1 / 17
Form letters
1919
1 / 18
Fort Smith Wheat Company (Joseph J. Klodt)
1920
1 / 19-20
F-G
1919
1 / 21
Holt Manufacturing Company
1919
1 / 22-24
H-L
1919
1 / 25
Minneapolis Iron Store Company
1919
1 / 26-34
M-U
1919
1 / 35
M.M. Upson [managers file? no label]
1919
1 / 36
Veeder Manufacturing Company
1919
1 / 37
Vesta Accumulator Company
1919
1 / 38
V
1919
1 / 39
Williams Hardware Company
1919
1 / 40-41
W-Y
1919
1 / 42
A-H
1924
1 / 43
Montana Wheat Growers Association
1924
1 / 44
National Wheat Growers Commission
1924
1 / 45
M-U
1924
1 / 46
A-C [no label]
1925-1926
1 / 47
A-B [folder has note that most of file burned]
1925-1927
1 / 48
Banking Corporation of Montana receiver
1927
1 / 49-52
D-G [labeled "Personal File" but appears to be part of the alphabetical "Correspondence File"]
1925-1927
1 / 53
Holt Ranch
1927
2 / 1-14
H-W
1925-1927
2 / 15
[unsorted, no label]
1926-1927
2 / 16-34
[A-W ?, no labels; much of material was loose, not in folders]
1928-1930
3 / 1-5
B-Y
1931-1933
3 / 6-27
A-Y
1933-1939
4 / 1-3
A-B
1940-1942
4 / 4
C.I.T. Corporation
1940-1941
4 / 5-23
C-V
1940-1942
4 / 24
David Wallace (The Theater Guild)
1940-1941
5 / 1-3
W-Z
1940-1942
5 / 4-6
A-B
1943-1948
5 / 7
Costilla Grant (New Mexico)
1943-1948
5 / 8-23
C-Z
1943-1948
6 / 1-2
A-B
1949-1952
6 / 3
Costilla Grant "Cater Land" (New Mexico)
1948-1952
6 / 4-13
C-Z
1949-1952
6 / 14-18
A-Y
1953-1954
6 / 19-20
A-B
1955-1965
6 / 21
Costilla Grant "Cater Land" (New Mexico)
1954-1955
6 / 22-26
C-L
1955-1965
7 / 1-5
M-Z
1955-1965
7 / 6-7
A-J
1963-1973
7 / 8
J. Merrill Knapp and Libby Campbell Knapp
1966-1973
7 / 9-11
K-W
1966-1973
Managers File
[The Managers File is a correspondence file of Thomas D. Campbell with his managers; and of the managers with others. There is no Managers File between 1924 and 1948.]
Box/Folder
8 / 1
Ben F. Allen
1919-1920
8 / 2
A.M. Avery
1919
8 / 3
A-C [possibly Correspondence File?]
1919-1920
8 / 4
Thomas D. Campbell
1919-1920
8 / 5
William Ewing
1919
8 / 6
E-G [possibly Correspondence File?]
1919-1920
8 / 7
F.W. Gale
1919
8 / 8
Fred Gordon
1919-1920
8 / 9
Tom Hart
1919-1920
8 / 10
J.S. Johnston, Assistant Treasurer
1919-1920
8 / 11-12
Joseph E. Keyes
1919-1920
8 / 14
Ole B. Maddox
1919-1920
8 / 15
J.P. Morgan
1919
8 / 16
Theodore Rousseau, Secretary
1919-1920
8 / 17
K-P, W [possibly Correspondence File?]
1919-1920
8 / 18-20
F.A. Thackery
1919-1920
8 / 21
Walter Brekke [labeled "Officers, etc."]
1921
8 / 22
Thomas D. Campbell [labeled "Officers, etc."]
1921
8 / 23
Preston Clapper [labeled "Officers, etc."]
1921
8 / 24
J.W. Dickinson [labeled "Officers, etc."]
1921
8 / 25
J. Gilmore Fletcher [labeled "Officers, etc."]
1921
8 / 26
Fred E. Gordon [labeled "Officers, etc."]
1921
8 / 27
Thomas P. Hart [labeled "Officers, etc."]
1921
8 / 28
N.W. Irsfeld [labeled "Officers, etc."]
1921
8 / 29
[no label]
1919-1924
9 / 1
J. Gilmore Fletcher, Financial Vice President
1921-1922
9 / 2
J.S. Johnston [labeled "Officers, etc."]
1921
9 / 3
Joseph A. Keyes [labeled "Officers, etc."]
1921
9 / 4-5
Mrs. O.B. Maddox [labeled "Officers, etc."]
1921-1922
9 / 7
Frank A. Thackery [labeled "Officers, etc."]
1921
9 / 8
M.M. Upson [labeled "Officers, etc."]
1921
9 / 9-15
Thomas D. Campbell
1955-1965
9 / 16
M.L. (Len) Cothran
1955-1956
9 / 17
Tom Hanes
1955-1956
9 / 18
Mrs. O.B. Maddox, Secretary
1955-1957
9 / 19-25
Floyd Slattery
1948-1958
9 / 26
Ed Kopac
1959
9 / 27-30
Floyd Slattery
1959-1965
9 / 31
Unit managers
1955
9 / 32
Albuquerque [move to subgroup?]
1950
9 / 33-34
Mary E. Ball [Albuquerque: move to subgroup?]
1958-1963
9 / 35
Jim Humble [Albuquerque: move to subgroup?]
1960
9 / 36-37
Mary J. Wilson [Albuquerque: move to subgroup?]
1962-1966
9 / 38-39
Albuquerque Office [move to subgroup?]
1965-1968
Machinery File
[The Machinery File consists of correspondence with machinery and equipment manufacturers and suppliers. There is no Machinery File between 1937 and 1951.]
Box/Folder
10 / 1
Advance-Rumely Thresher Company
1918
10 / 2-4
Aultman and Taylor Machinery Company
1918-1919
10 / 5
Auto Electric Shop (Great Falls)
1918-1919
10 / 6
A.H. Averill Machinery Company
1919
10 / 7
A
1918-1919
10 / 8
Billings Hardware Company
1918-1919
10 / 9
Butler Manufacturing Company
1919
10 / 10
B
1918-1919
10 / 11
J.I. Case Threshing Machine Company
1918-1919
10 / 12
F.B. Connelly Company
1918-1919
10 / 13
Continental Oil Company
1918-1919
10 / 14
C
1918-1919
10 / 15
Daugh Manufacturing Company
1918-1919
10 / 16-17
Deere and Webber Company (John Deere tractors, etc.)
1918-1919
10 / 18
J.W. Denio Milling Company
1918-1919
10 / 19
P.J. Downes Company
1919
10 / 20
D
1918-1919
10 / 21
Emerson-Brantingham Company
1918-1919
10 / 22
E-G
1918-1919
10 / 23
Hitches
1918-1919
10 / 24
Holt Manufacturing Company
1918-1919
10 / 25
H
1918-1919
10 / 26
International Harvester Company
1918-1919
10 / 27
I-L
1918-1919
10 / 28
A.Y. McDonald Manufacturing Company
1918-1919
10 / 29
Midland Iron Works
1918-1919
10 / 30-31
Montana Oil Company
1918-1919
10 / 32
Mutual Oil Company
1919
10 / 33-34
M-P
1918-1919
11 / 1
Requisitions [for machinery?]
1918
11 / 2
R
1918-1919
11 / 3
Salvage Board, United States War Dept.
1918-1919
11 / 4
Stimson Tractor Company
1918-1919
11 / 5-6
S-V
1918-1919
11 / 7
Wagons (includes Winona Wagon Company)
1918-1919
11 / 8
Wire
1918-1919
11 / 9
W-Y
1918-1919
11 / 10
D
1921-1922
11 / 11
W
1921-1922
11 / 12
A-W
1925-1926
11 / 13
A-B
1927-1928
11 / 14
Continental Oil Company
1927-1928
11 / 15-18
C-I
1927-1928
11 / 19
Kelley-How-Thomson Company [Miscellaneous File??]
1927
11 / 20-26
K-W
1927-1928
11 / 27
A-B
1929-1931
11 / 28
J.I. Case Company
1929-1931
11 / 29
Continental Oil Company
1929-1931
11 / 30-32
C-H
1929-1931
11 / 33
International Harvester Company
1929-1931
11 / 34
Kelley-How-Thomson Company [Miscellaneous File?]
1929-1931
11 / 35-36
L-W
1929-1931
12 / 1
A-B
1932-1934
12 / 2
Caterpillar Tractor Company
1932-1933
12 / 3
Continental Oil Company
1932-1934
12 / 4-5
C-H
1932-1934
12 / 6
International Harvester Company
1932-1934
12 / 7
Kelley-How-Thomson Company
1932-1934
12 / 8-9
L-W
1932-1934
12 / 10
A-C [badly burned: photocopy?]
1935-1937
12 / 11
J.I. Case Company
1935-1937
12 / 12
Caterpillar Tractor Company [badly burned: photocopy?]
1935-1937
12 / 13
Continental Oil Company [badly burned: photocopy?]
1935-1937
12 / 14-15
D-H
1935-1937
12 / 16
International Harvester Company
1935-1937
12 / 17-20
K-W
1935-1937
12 / 21-24
A-Y
1951-1955
12 / 25
B-V
1956-1957
Personal File
[The "Personal File" appears to originally have been Thomas D. Campbell's personal files. Gradually it becomes more of a topically-based mixed file, primarily correspondence, but also including many other types of items. In 1928 it was renamed the "Miscellaneous File".]
Box/Folder
13 / 1
Personal correspondence; letters of recommendation, etc.
1918
13 / 2
"T.D.C. misc. corporate matters"; "purchasing"
1921
13 / 3
"Mr. Campbell's personal file"
1918-1920
13 / 4
Agronomy
1919-1920
13 / 5
Allotments
undated
13 / 6
C.H. Asbury (Crow Indian Agency)
1919-1921
13 / 7
A
1919
13 / 8
Bills of sale; bills of lading
1920
13 / 9
Buildings: bills for materials
1919-1920
13 / 10
Buildings and fences
1919-1920
13 / 11
Bulletins
1919
13 / 12-13
"Campbell" [correspondence between Thomas D. Campbell and manager Fred Gordon; belong in Managers File?]
1918-1920
13 / 14
[Cattle?] [no label, behind "C" divider]
1921
13 / 15
Cattle trip
1919-1920
13 / 16
Davis
1920
13 / 17
DeRicqles land (Dana Cattle Company)
1921
13 / 18
William Eden and George Brooks
1921
13 / 19
Fencing paid for
1919-1920
13 / 20
Flax
1919-1920
13 / 21-23
Fort Peck Indian Reservation (includes oil leases, inventory, leases and agents)
1921
13 / 24
Government rental
1920
13 / 25
[Hauling?] [no label, filed behind "H" divider]
1924
13 / 26-27
Interior Dept. Indian Service (includes leases)
1918-1921
13 / 28
Irrigation
1919-1920
13 / 29
Lands for sale
1920
13 / 30
Lands other than leases
1918-1919
13 / 31-35
Leases (includes Big Horn; lists of Crow owners; lease proposals)
1918-1920
13 / 36
Montana Farming Corporation (predecessor of Campbell Farming Corporation) [some badly burned]
1919-1920
13 / 37
Sam Okimoto
1921
13 / 38-40
Seed (includes alfalfa, wheat, oats, flax, feed)
1918-1920
13 / 41
Soil bacteria
1918-1919
13 / 42
S
1921
13 / 43-48
Tenants (includes equipment, "special correspondence", Fort Smith Wheat Company, A-W)
1919-1921
13 / 49
Miscellaneous (includes weather data, 1911-1917)
1918-1919
14 / 1-2
C.H. Asbury (Crow Indian Agency)
1921-1924
14 / 3
Bank statements
1922-1924
14 / 4
Cooking contracts
1922-1924
14 / 5
Crop and cash rentals
1921-1922
14 / 6
Crow grain reports
1922
14 / 7
Crow Irrigation Project (U.S. Indian Field Service)
1923
14 / 8
Dana Cattle Company
1923-1924
14 / 9-10
J.W. Denio Milling Company
1922-1924
14 / 11
Drainage bonds
1923
14 / 12
First National Bank
1923-1924
14 / 13
Fort Peck leases and agent
1922
14 / 14
Hauling, Crow
1922
14 / 15
H
1925
14 / 16
Indian Affairs, Bureau of; Indian Service
1922-1924
14 / 17
Insurance
1922-1924
14 / 18
Inventories
1922-1924
14 / 19
Lauzier-Wolcott Company
1922-1924
14 / 20
Livestock
1924
14 / 21
"Memorandums"
1924
14 / 22
Mexican land
1924
14 / 23
Notice to elevators
1924
14 / 24-26
Poplar (Fort Peck Indian Reservation; includes land sales, tenants' reports, wheat reports)
1922-1923
14 / 27
State lands
1923
14 / 28
Taxes
RESTRICTED
1924
14 / 29-32
Tenants (includes costs, threshing and settlement memos, etc.)
1922-1924
14 / 33
Water rental
1923-1924
14 / 34-36
C.H. Asbury (Crow Indian Agency)
1925-1927
14 / 37
[Autos and trucks] [label burned off]
1924-1927
14 / 38-40
Bank statements
1925-1927
14 / 41
B
1923-1926
14 / 42
Cooking contract
1925-1927
14 / 43-44
J.W. Denio Company / Denio-Barr Milling and Grain Company
1925-1927
15 / 1
[Employee accidents?] [label burned off]
1925-1926
15 / 2
Indian Affairs, Bureau of (re Crow and Fort Peck Indian Reservations)
1925-1927
15 / 3
[Gasoline tax?] [label burned off]
RESTRICTED
1927
15 / 4
Grain Marketing Company
1925
15 / 5
[Grain testing?] [label burned off]
1925-1926
15 / 6-8
Insurance
1925-1927
15 / 9
Inventories
1925-1927
15 / 10
[Irrigation bills?] [label burned off]
1925
15 / 11-12
Lamson Brothers and Company, commodity brokers
1925-1927
15 / 13
Land, California
1924-1925
15 / 14-15
Land, Mexico
1925-1926
15 / 16
Land rental memos
1926
15 / 17-18
Lauzier-Wolcott and Company, commodity brokers
1924-1925
15 / 19-21
[Leases?] [label burned off]
1927
15 / 22-24
Logan and Bryan, commodity brokers
1925-1927
15 / 25
Maryland Casualty Company
1925
15 / 26
"Memorandums"
1926
15 / 27
Notices to elevators
1925-1926
15 / 28
Reports
1926
15 / 29
Seed treating
1926
15 / 30
Taxes
RESTRICTED
1925-1927
15 / 31
Tenants (letters, statements etc.)
1925-1926
15 / 32
Water rental memos
1926-1927
15 / 33-35
[?] [labels burned off]
1925-1927
Miscellaneous File
[The "Miscellaneous File" is a continuation of the "Personal File"; it is a mixture of topically-based correspondence and other materials.]
Box/Folder
15 / 36
Harvey Fisk and Sons
1928
15 / 37
Insurance
1928
15 / 38
Interior, Dept. of
1928
15 / 39
Inventory
1928
15 / 40-42
Lamson Brothers, commodity brokers
1928
15 / 43
Land sales, government
1928
16 / 1
Land for sale
1928
16 / 2
Land rental
1928
16 / 3
Leases
1927-1928
16 / 4
Logan and Bryan, commodity brokers
1928
16 / 5
"Memorandums" [costs, inventory, etc.]
1927-1928
16 / 6-7
Taxes (gasoline and land)
RESTRICTED
1928
16 / 8
Tenants' statements
1928
16 / 9
Accident reports
1929
16 / 10
Auto registration
1929
16 / 11
Bank balance
1929
16 / 12
Hallgarten Company
1929
16 / 13
Indian Affairs, Senate Committee on
1929
16 / 14-16
Insurance (includes compensation, misc. etc.]
1929
16 / 17
Lamson Brothers, commodity brokers
1929
16 / 18
Land rental
1929
16 / 19-20
[Lands purchased and for sale] [label burned off]
1929
16 / 21
Logan and Bryan, commodity brokers
1929
16 / 22
New Holland Corporation
1929
16 / 23
Charles A. Peck
1929
16 / 24
Sheridan Flour Mills, Inc.
1929
16 / 25
Taxes
RESTRICTED
1929
16 / 26
Tenants: correspondence and statements
1929
16 / 27
Accident reports
1933-1937
16 / 28
Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA)
1936-1937
16 / 29
Allotment tax
RESTRICTED
1933-1935
16 / 30
Archer-Daniels-Midland Company
1933-1935
16 / 31
Asbury-Yellowtail (Crow Indian Agency) [name of file continued with each new agent added on]
1933-1937
16 / 32
Auto registration
1933-1938
16 / 33
Bank statements
1933-1937
16 / 34
Bongard and Company
1933
16 / 35
Crickets and grasshoppers
1936-1937
16 / 36
Dyer, Hudson and Company
1933-1935
16 / 37
Hardin Grain and Fuel Company
1933-1935
16 / 38
Hauling
1933-1935
16 / 39
Imperial Elevator Company
1933-1937
16 / 40
Indian Affairs, Office of (includes John Collier)
1933-1937
16 / 41
Insurance, compensation
1933-1937
16 / 42
Insurance, fire and life
1933-1937
17 / 1
Dr. L.H. Labbitt
1933-1935
17 / 2
Lamson Brothers
1933-1937
17 / 3-6
Land (includes rental, for sale, sales)
1933-1937
17 / 7
Leases
1933-1937
17 / 8
Marinette and Edwards
1933-1935
17 / 9
"Memorandums"
1933-1937
17 / 10
E.A. Pierce and Company
1933-1935
17 / 11
Regional Agricultural Credit Corporation (RACC)
1933-1935
17 / 12
Shop
1933-1937
17 / 13
Slaughter, Anderson and Fox
1933
17 / 14-15
Taxes (gasoline and land)
RESTRICTED
1933-1937
17 / 16
Water rental memos
1933-1937
17 / 17
Accident reports
1938-1939
17 / 18
Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA)
1938-1939
17 / 19
Asbury-Yellowtail (Crow Indian Agency) [name of file continued with each new agent added on]
1938-1939
17 / 20
Auto registration
1938-1939
17 / 21
Bank statements
1938-1939
17 / 22
T.D. Campbell bills [scattered]
1938-1939
17 / 23
Crickets and grasshoppers
1938-1939
17 / 24
Gas wells
1939
17 / 25
Hardin Grain and Fuel Company
1938-1939
17 / 26
Hauling
1938-1939
17 / 27
Indian Affairs, Office of (includes John Collier)
1938-1939
17 / 28-30
Insurance (includes compensation, fire, hail, life, trucks)
1938-1939
17 / 31
Lamson Brothers
1938-1939
17 / 32-33
Land (for sale, rental)
1938-1939
17 / 34
"Memorandums"
1938
17 / 35
Oil properties
1938-1939
17 / 36
Scrap iron
1938-1939
17 / 37
Shop
1938-1939
17 / 38-39
Taxes (land and gasoline)
RESTRICTED
1938-1939
17 / 40
Water rental memos
1938-1939
18 / 1
Accident reports
1940-1941
18 / 2
Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA)
1940-1941
18 / 3
Asbury-Yellowtail (Crow Indian Agency) [name of file continued with each new agent added on]
1940-1941
18 / 4
Atwood-Larson Company
1940-1941
18 / 5
Auto registration
1940-1941
18 / 6
Bank statements
1940-1941
18 / 7
Broadcasting (re Thomas D. Campbell's radio talks)
1941
18 / 8
Building data
1940
18 / 9
C.E. Clark
1940-1941
18 / 10
Cooking contracts
1940-1941
18 / 11
Crickets and grasshoppers, etc.
1940-1941
18 / 12
Crop reports
1940
18 / 13
Hardin Grain and Fuel Company
1940-1941
18 / 14
Hauling
1940-1941
18 / 15
Hogs and sheep
1941
18 / 16
Indian Affairs, Office of (includes John Collier; some Crow Agency material from 1937)
1940-1941
18 / 17-21
Insurance (includes compensation, fire, hail, life, trucks and truckers)
1940-1941
18 / 22
Lamson Brothers
1940-1941
18 / 23-26
Land (purchases, for sale, sales, rental, etc.)
1940-1941
18 / 27
"Memorandums"
1940-1941
18 / 28
Mine and oil properties
1941
18 / 29
Parker M. Paine
1941
18 / 30
George W. Powell
1941
18 / 31
Scrap iron
1940-1941
18 / 32
Seed information
1941
18 / 33
Septic tanks
1940
18 / 34
Shop
1940-1941
18 / 35-37
Taxes (gasoline, land, misc.)
RESTRICTED
1940-1941
18 / 38
Turkeys
1941
18 / 39
Water rent memos
1941
19 / 1
Accident reports
1942-1943
19 / 2
Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA)
1942-1943
19 / 3
Asbury-Yellowtail (Crow Indian Agency) [name of file continued with each new agent added on]
1942-1943
19 / 4
Atwood-Larson Company
1942-1943
19 / 5
Auto registration
1942-1943
19 / 6
Bank statements
1942-1943
19 / 7
C.E. Clark
1942-1943
19 / 8
Contracts
1943
19 / 9
Cook reports
1942
19 / 10
Coolers
1943
19 / 11
Crickets, grasshoppers, and weevils
1942
19 / 12
Crop records
1942-1943
19 / 13
Employment Service
1943
19 / 14
Feed grains and straw
1942
19 / 15
Grain delivered
1942
19 / 16
Grain tests
1942-1943
19 / 17
Hardin Grain and Fuel Company
1942-1943
19 / 18
Hauling and cutting
1943
19 / 19
Hogs and sheep
1942-1943
19 / 20
Indian Affairs, Office of (includes Crow Agency)
1942-1943
19 / 21-25
Insurance (includes compensation, fire, hail, life, trucks and truckers; fire insurance folder includes detailed listing of losses in December 1942 fire)
1942-1943
19 / 26
Inventory
1942-1943
19 / 27
Labor
1942
19 / 28
Lamson Brothers
1942
19 / 29-31
Land (includes rental, lands for sale)
1942-1943
19 / 32
Mears Research Lab
1942-1943
19 / 33-34
"Memorandums" (mostly financial data)
1942-1943
19 / 35
Office of Defense Transportation
1942-1943
19 / 36
Office of Price Administration
1943
19 / 37
Oil and mine properties and leases
1942-1943
19 / 38
Parker M. Paine
1942-1943
19 / 39
Priorities (War Production Board)
1942-1943
19 / 40
Scrap iron
1942-1943
19 / 41
Shop
1942-1943
19 / 42-45
Taxes (includes gasoline, land, miscellaneous)
RESTRICTED
1942-1943
19 / 46
Trinity Mine (California) [see also: subgroup]
1935-1943
19 / 47
Turkeys
1943
19 / 48
War Ration Board
1943
19 / 49
Water rent memos
1942-1943
19 / 50
Weather Bureau
1943
20 / 1
Accident reports
1944-1945
20 / 2
Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA)
1944-1945
20 / 3
Asbury-Yellowtail (Crow Indian Agency) [name of file continued with each new agent added on]
1944-1945
20 / 4
Atwood-Larson Company
1944-1945
20 / 5
Auto registration
1944-1945
20 / 6
Bank statements
1944-1945
20 / 7
Big Horn County Electric Cooperative
1945
20 / 8
Chickens and turkeys
1944-1945
20 / 9
Contracts
1944-1945
20 / 10
Crickets and grasshoppers
1944-1945
20 / 11
Crop reports
1944-1945
20 / 12
Farmers Cooperative Association
1944-1945
20 / 13
Field and gas reports
1944-1945
20 / 14
Grain tests and statements
1944-1945
20 / 15
Hardin Grain and Fuel Company
1944
20 / 16
Hauling and cutting
1944-1945
20 / 17
Hogs, sheep, and cattle
1944-1945
20 / 18
Indian Affairs, Office of (includes John Collier)
1944-1945
20 / 19-20
Insurance (includes compensation, fire, hail, life, trucks and truckers)
1944-1945
20 / 21
Inventory
1944-1945
20 / 22
Labor
1944-1945
20 / 23-26
Land (includes acres, rental, purchases, lands for sale)
1944-1945
20 / 27
Mears Research Lab
1944-1945
20 / 28
"Memorandums"
1944-1945
20 / 29
Office of Defense Transportation
1942-1944
20 / 30
Office of Price Administration
1944
20 / 31
Priorities (War Production Board)
1944-1945
20 / 32
Sale of grain
1944-1945
20 / 33
Seed information
1944-1945
20 / 34
Surplus war property
1944-1945
20 / 35-37
Taxes (includes gasoline, land, miscellaneous)
RESTRICTED
1944-1945
20 / 38
Trinity Mine (California) [see also: subgroup]
1944-1945
20 / 39
War Ration Board
1945
20 / 40
Water rent memos
1944-1945
20 / 41
Weather Bureau
1944-1945
20 / 42
Accident reports
1946-1947
20 / 43
Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA)
1946-1947
20 / 44
Asbury-Yellowtail-O'Hara (Crow Indian Agency) [name of file continued with each new agent added on]
1946-1947
20 / 45-46
Atwood-Larson Company
1946-1947
21 / 1
Atwood-Larson Company (re flax and wheat)
1946-1947
21 / 2
Auto registration
1946-1947
21 / 3
Bank statements
1946-1947
21 / 4
Big Horn County Abstract Company; Big Horn County Electric Cooperative
1946-1947
21 / 5
Contracts and meals
1946-1947
21 / 6
Crickets, grasshoppers, weevils, and weeds
1946-1947
21 / 7
Crop reports
1946-1947
21 / 8
Cutting and hauling (re combine contracts)
1946-1947
21 / 9
Dusting machines and fumigants
1946-1947
21 / 10
Flax and flax straw
1946-1947
21 / 11
Grain deliveries
1946-1947
21 / 12
Grain testing
1946-1947
21 / 13
Grazing lease
1946-1947
21 / 14
Hogs, cattle, and sheep
1946
21 / 15
Indian Affairs, Bureau of (includes Crow Agency)
1946-1947
21 / 16-17
Insurance (includes compensation, fire, hail, life, trucks and truckers)
1946-1947
21 / 18
Inventory
1947
21 / 19
Labor
1946-1947
21 / 20-24
Land (includes acres, rental, purchases, lands for sale)
1946-1947
21 / 25
"Memorandums"
1946-1947
21 / 26
Paine-Webber-Jackson-Curtis
1947
21 / 27
Rental payments by government
1947
21 / 28
Reservation Ranchers and Farmers Cooperative Association
1946
21 / 29
Surplus war property
1946
21 / 30
S (includes sale of straw; seed information; Sheridan Flouring Mill; shop)
1947
21 / 31-33
Taxes (includes gasoline, land, miscellaneous)
RESTRICTED
1946-1947
21 / 34
Trinity Mine (California) [see also: subgroup]
1946-1947
21 / 35
Uhlmann Grain Company
1947
21 / 36-41
War assets
1947
21 / 42
Water rent
1946-1947
21 / 43
Weather Bureau
1946-1947
22 / 1
Accident reports
1948-1950
22 / 2
Acres in fields
1948-1949
22 / 3
Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA) and County Agents
1948-1950
22 / 4
Asbury-Yellowtail-O'Hara-Lippert (Crow Indian Agency) [name of file continued with each new agent added on]
1948-1950
22 / 5-6
Atwood-Larson Company
1948-1950
22 / 7
Auto registration
1948-1950
22 / 8-9
Bank statements
1948-1950
22 / 10
Big Horn County Electric Cooperative
1948-1950
22 / 11
Chickens and turkeys
1948-1950
22 / 12
Commodity Exchange
1948-1950
22 / 13
Contracts and meals; truck measurements
1949-1950
22 / 14
Crickets, grasshoppers, weevils, weed control
1948-1950
22 / 15
Crop reports and crop acres
1949-1950
22 / 16-17
Custom cutters (re grain harvesting)
1948-1950
22 / 18
Cutting and hauling
1949
22 / 19-20
Dusting machines
1948-1950
22 / 21
Flax and flax straw
1948
22 / 22
Grain tests and sales
1948-1950
22 / 23
Hardin Grain and Fuel Company; Occident; Sheridan Flouring Mills Company
1950
22 / 24
Hogs, sheep, and cattle
1948-1950
22 / 25
E.F. Hutton and Company
1949-1950
22 / 26-27
Insurance (includes compensation, fire, hail, life, trucks and truckers; includes losses in shop fire, February 6, 1948)
1948
23 / 1-2
Insurance (includes compensation, fire, hail, life, trucks and truckers)
1949-1950
23 / 3
Interior, Dept. of (includes Bureau of Indian Affairs)
1948-1950
23 / 4
Inventory
1948-1950
23 / 5-13
Land (includes land for sale, purchases, rental payments, lists of allotments, etc.)
1948-1950
23 / 14
"Memorandums"
1948-1950
23 / 15
Oil and mine properties
1950
23 / 16-20
Paine, Webber, Jackson, Curtis accounts (includes wheat, stock, commodities)
1948-1950
23 / 21
Rain-making
1950
23 / 22
Safflower
1948
23 / 23
Seed information
1948
23 / 24
Shop and elevators
1948-1950
23 / 25-27
Taxes (includes gasoline, land, miscellaneous)
RESTRICTED
1948-1950
23 / 28
Trinity Mine (California) [see also: subgroup]
1948-1950
23 / 29
Uhlmann Grain Company
1948-1950
23 / 30
War Assets Administration
1948-1950
23 / 31
Water rents
1948
23 / 32
Weather Bureau (local observations)
1948-1950
23 / 33
[loose, no label]
1936, 1948
24 / 1
Accident reports
1951-1952
24 / 2
Agricultural Adjustment Administration; County Agents
1951-1952
24 / 3
[Allotments? label burned off]
1952
24 / 4
Asbury-Yellowtail-O'Hara-Lippert (Crow Indian Agency) [name of file continued with each new agent added on]
1951
24 / 5-6
Atwood-Larson Company
1951-1952
24 / 7
Auto registration
1951-1952
24 / 8-9
Bank statements
1951-1952
24 / 10
Big Horn Electric Cooperative
1951-1952
24 / 11
[Cattle? label burned off]
1952
24 / 12
Celebration of 75th Anniversary of Battle of Little Big Horn
1952
24 / 13
Chickens and turkeys
1951
24 / 14-15
Commodity Exchange
1951-1952
24 / 16
Contracts and meals; truck measurements
1951-1952
24 / 17
Crop reports and crop acres
1951
24 / 18
Custom cutters
1951-1952
24 / 19
Displaced persons (re World War II refugees)
1952
24 / 20
Dusting machines and fumigants
1951-1952
24 / 21
Grain tests
1951-1952
24 / 22
Hardin Elevator Company
1951
24 / 23
Hogs, sheep, and cattle
1951
24 / 24-28
E.F. Hutton and Company
1951-1952
24 / 29
Indian Affairs, Bureau of
1939, 1951-1952
24 / 30-31
Insurance
1951-1952
24 / 32
Inventory
1951-1952
25 / 1-11
Land (includes rentals, purchases, land for sale, etc.) [also many files with labels burned off]
1951-1952
25 / 12-15
[Leases? labels burned off]
1952
25 / 16
"Memorandums" (includes a clipping announcing sale of Crow lands, 1930)
1951-1953
25 / 17
North Dakota farm
1950-1951
25 / 18
Oil and gas leases
1951-1952
25 / 19-21
Paine, Webber, Jackson, and Curtis
1951-1952
25 / 22
Rain-making (New Mexico)
1951
25 / 23
Rowland, Thomas and Company
1952
25 / 24
Security Trust and Savings Bank Trends
1951
25 / 25
Seed
1951
25 / 26
Shop and elevator certificates
1951
25 / 27-29
Taxes (includes gasoline, land, miscellaneous)
RESTRICTED
1951-1952
25 / 30
Trinity Mine (California) [see also: subgroup]
1951
25 / 31
Uhlmann Grain Company newsletter
1951-1952
25 / 32
War assets
1951
25 / 33
Weather Bureau (local observations)
1951
25 / 34
[loose material, folder labels burned off]
1951-1952
25 / 35
"Miscellaneous papers - all years"
1944-1945
26 / 1
Accident reports
1953-1954
26 / 2
Agricultural Adjustment Administration; County Agents
1953-1954
26 / 3
Asbury-Yellowtail-O'Hara-Lippert (Crow Indian Agency) [name of file continued with each new agent added on]
1939, 1953-1954
26 / 4-5
Atwood-Larson Company
1953-1954
26 / 6
Auto registrations
1953-1954
26 / 7
Bank statements
1953-1954
26 / 8
Big Horn Electric Cooperative
1953
26 / 9
Cattle, chickens, and turkeys
1953-1954
26 / 10
Commodity Exchange
1953-1954
26 / 11
Contractors: meals; truck measurements
1953
26 / 12
Cook applications
1946-1953
26 / 13
Crop reports
1953-1954
26 / 14
Custom cutters
1953-1954
26 / 15
Dusting machines and fumigants
1953
26 / 16
Grain tests
1953-1954
26 / 17
Hardin Elevator Company
1953-1954
26 / 18-20
E.F. Hutton and Company
1953-1954
26 / 21
Indian Affairs, Bureau of
1953
26 / 22
Industrial Accident Board
1953-1954
26 / 23-28
Insurance (cars and trucks, compensation, fire, hail, health, life)
1953-1954
26 / 29
Inventory
1953
26 / 30-33
Land (land for sale, purchases, rentals)
1953-1954
27 / 1-8
Land (land rental assignments, correspondence, memos, payments, allotment lists, etc.)
1953-1954
27 / 9
"Memorandums"
1953-1954
27 / 10
Oil and gas leases
1953-1954
27 / 11-13
Paine, Webber, Jackson, and Curtis
1953-1954
27 / 14
Princeton, New Jersey, property
1953
27 / 15
Rain-making
1953
27 / 16-18
Taxes (gasoline, land, miscellaneous)
RESTRICTED
1953-1954
27 / 19
Water rent
1953
27 / 20
[Loose material; label burned off: re crop memos?]
1953-1956
27 / 21
Accident reports
1955-1956
27 / 22
Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS)
1955-1956
27 / 23
Asbury ... Lippert (Crow Indian Agency)
1955-1956
27 / 24-25
Atwood-Larson Company
1955-1956
27 / 26
Auto registration
1955-1956
27 / 27-28
Bank statements
1955-1956
27 / 29
Big Horn County Chamber of Commerce
1955
27 / 30
Big Horn County Electric Cooperative
1955-1956
27 / 31
[Commission houses? Label burned off]
1955-1956
27 / 32
Commodity Exchange
1955-1956
27 / 33
Custom cutters and combines
1955-1956
27 / 34
[Elevators? label burned off]
1956
27 / 35
Grain tests
1955-1956
27 / 36
[Hauling tickets loose, no label]
1956
28 / 1-4
E.F. Hutton and Company
1955-1956
28 / 5-10
Insurance (includes auto and truck, compensation, fire, hail, hospital, life)
1955-1956
28 / 11
Interior, Dept. of (includes Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Land Management)
1955-1956
28 / 12
Inventories
1955-1956
28 / 13-22
Land (includes rentals, allotments, advances, assignments, crop reports, sales and trades, etc) [many labels burned off]
1955-1956
28 / 23-24
[M...? financial statistics? filed under "M"; label burned off]
1955-1956
28 / 25
[Oil and gas properties?; label burned off]
1955
28 / 26-28
Paine, Webber, Jackson and Curtis
1955-1956
28 / 29
[Payroll? label burned off]
1956
28 / 30-32
Taxes (includes correspondence with accountant Rowland, Thomas and Company; gasoline taxes; land taxes)
RESTRICTED
1955-1956
29 / 1
Accident reports
1957-1958
29 / 2
ASC Office (Commodity Credit Corporation)
1957-1958
29 / 3-5
Atwood Larson Company
1957-1958
29 / 6-7
Auto registration
1957-1958
29 / 8-9
Bank statements
1957-1958
29 / 10
Big Horn County Abstract Company
1957
29 / 11
Cattle and chickens
1957
29 / 12-13
Contractors, meals, and truck measurements
1957-1958
29 / 14-15
County agents
1957-1958
29 / 16
Crop memos and reports
1958
29 / 17-18
Custom cutters
1957-1958
29 / 19-20
Grain tests
1957-1958
29 / 21-22
Hardin Elevator Company
1957-1958
29 / 23-27
E.F. Hutton and Company
1957-1958
29 / 28-37
Insurance (includes auto, compensation, fire, hail, general)
1957-1958
29 / 38-40
Interior, Dept. of
1957-1958
29 / 41
Inventory
1957
29 / 42
Labor
1957
29 / 43-52
Land (includes rental, assignments, sales, purchases, memos, etc.)
1957-1958
29 / 53-54
Lease information
1958-1964
29 / 55
Livestock inventory
1958
29 / 56-57
"Memorandums"
1957-1958
29 / 58
Minor, Mee and Company
1956
29 / 59-62
Paine, Webber, Jackson and Curtis
1957-1958
29 / 63-69
Taxes (includes auto, gasoline, land, miscellaneous)
RESTRICTED
1957-1958
29 / 70-71
Trial balances
1957-1958
30 / 1-2
ASC (Commodity Credit Corporation)
1959-1960
30 / 3-4
Atwood Larson Company
1959-1960
30 / 5-6
Auto registration
1959-1960
30 / 7-8
Bank statements
1959-1960
30 / 9-10
Big Horn County Abstract Company
1959-1960
30 / 11
Continental Oil Company
1959
30 / 12
County agent
1959
30 / 13-14
Crop memos and reports
1959-1960
30 / 15
Custom cutters
1959
30 / 16
Grain tests
1959
30 / 17
Hardin Elevator Company (Hardin Grain and Fuel Company)
1959
30 / 18-20
E.F. Hutton Company
1959-1960
30 / 21-26
Insurance (includes compensation, auto, fire, hail, general)
1959-1960
30 / 27-28
Interior, Dept. of
1959-1960
30 / 29-30
Kellogg Commission Company
1959-1960
30 / 31-36
Land (includes rental assignments, state lands, sales)
1959-1960
30 / 37-38
Livestock inventory, sales, etc.
1959-1960
30 / 39
"Memorandums"
1959
30 / 40
Miscellaneous contracts
1959
30 / 41
Notes (requests for money)
1960
30 / 42-44
Paine, Webber, Jackson, and Curtis
1959-1960
30 / 45
Rowland, Thomas and Company
1960
30 / 46-51
Taxes (includes auto, gasoline, land, miscellaneous)
RESTRICTED
1959-1960
30 / 52-53
Trial balances
1959-1960
30 / 54
Wheat and barley harvested
1960
30 / 55-56
[Loose material, not in folder]
1959-1964
31 / 1-2
ASC Office (Commodity Credit Corporation)
1961-1964
31 / 3
Auto registration and taxes
RESTRICTED
1961-1962
31 / 4
Bank statements
1959-1964
31 / 5
Big Horn ... (includes Big Horn County Abstract Company, Big Horn County Electric Cooperative, etc.)
1961-1964
31 / 6
Crop reports
1964
31 / 7
Hardin elevator
1964
31 / 8
E.F. Hutton and Company
1964
31 / 9-10
Insurance (includes compensation, hail, fire)
1964
31 / 11
Interior, Dept. of
1963-1964
31 / 12
Kellogg Commission Company
1963
31 / 13-16
Land (includes rental, rental assignments, sales, state land)
1960-1964
31 / 17
Livestock inventory and sales
1961
31 / 18
Miscellany
1960-
31 / 19
Miscellaneous contracts
1961
31 / 20
Notes, requests for money
1960-1964
31 / 21
Paine, Webber, Jackson, and Curtis
1961-1962
31 / 22
Rowland, Thomas and Company
1961, 1964
31 / 23-24
Taxes (includes land, miscellaneous)
RESTRICTED
1961, 1963
31 / 25
Trial balances
1961-1963
31 / 26
Unemployment compensation
1963
32 / 1
Accident reports
1965
32 / 2-3
ASC (Commodity Credit Corporation)
1965-1966
32 / 4-6
Auto registration and taxes
RESTRICTED
1963-1966
32 / 7-8
Bank statements
1965-1966
32 / 9-10
Crop reports
1965-1966
32 / 11
Continental Oil Company
1966
32 / 11a
Custom cutters
1960-1967
32 / 12-13
Hardin Elevator Company
1965-1966
32 / 14-15
E.F. Hutton and Company
1965-1966
32 / 16-19
Insurance (includes compensation, hail, and fire)
1965-1966
32 / 20
Kellogg Commission Company
1965-1966
32 / 21-22
Land, State
1964
32 / 23-24
Livestock sales
1965-1966
32 / 25-26
Miscellaneous
1965-1966
32 / 27-28
Paine, Webber, Jackson, Curtis
1965-1966
32 / 29-30
Receipts: donations and dues
1965-1966
32 / 31-32
Rowland, Thomas and Company
1965-1966
32 / 33-34
Superintendent Crow Agency
1965-1966
32 / 35-36
T.A.P., Inc.
1965-1966
32 / 37-40
Taxes (includes land, gasoline, U.S.)
RESTRICTED
1966
32 / 41-42
Trial balances
1964, 1966
32 / 43
[Loose material, no labels]
33 / 1
[Albuquerque office? no labels]
1967
33 / 2-3
Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS)
1967-1968
33 / 4
Auto registration
1967-1969
33 / 5-6
Bank statements
1967-1969
33 / 6a
Barley contract
1969
33 / 7
Big Horn County Abstract Company; Big Horn County Electric Cooperative
1967-1968
33 / 8
Continental Oil Company
1967-1968
33 / 9
Crop reports
1967-1968
33 / 10
Crow Agency receipts
1969-1970
33 / 11
Hardin elevator
1967-1968
33 / 12
E.F. Hutton and Company
1967-1969
33 / 13
Industrial Accident Board
1967-1969
33 / 14
Insurance (includes hail, motor vehicles)
1967-1969
33 / 15
Kellogg Commission Company
1968-1969
33 / 16
Land, State
1968-1969
33 / 17
Little Big Horn Feed Mills
1969
33 / 18
Livestock sales and inventory
1967-1969
33 / 19
Miscellaneous
1967-1968
33 / 20
Notes, requests for money
1957-1969
33 / 21
Receipts
1967-1968
33 / 22
Rowland, Thomas and Company
1967-1968
33 / 23
"Sundowners" (tourists)
1967
33 / 24-26
Taxes (includes gasoline, land, withholding)
RESTRICTED
1965-1969
33 / 27
Unemployment insurance
1968-1969
33 / 28
[Loose, no folder labels]
34 / 1
Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS)
1970-1974
34 / 2-3
Bank statements
1970-1973
34 / 4
Barley
1970-1974
34 / 5
Big Horn County Electric Cooperative
1975
34 / 6
Building maintenance
undated
34 / 7
Cattle sales
1973
34 / 8
Crop reports
1970-1972, 1975
34 / 9
Elevator, corn drying
1973
34 / 10
Field average (past years)
1964-1969
34 / 11
Gas consumption
1974
34 / 12
Grapevine Ranch herd
1968-1971
34 / 13
Grasshopper spraying
1975
34 / 14
Hardin Fertilizer Company
1974
34 / 15
E.F. Hutton and Company
1970-1971
34 / 16-17
Industrial Accident Board
1970-1973
34 / 18
Insurance, hail
1970-1971
34 / 19-20
Kellogg Commission Company ("Campbell Farming Corporation d/b/a Hardin Elevator Company" [subgroup?]
1969-1873
34 / 21
"Libby Ann" [Knapp]
1974
34 / 22
[Land? no label] (includes leases, state land, assignments)
1970-1973
34 / 23-24
Livestock sales
1970-1973
34 / 25
Northwestern National Bank
1975
34 / 26
Notes payable
1971
34 / 27
Receipts
1970-1974
34 / 28
Rowland, Thomas Company
1971-1974
34 / 29
Stanton, Hovland and Torske
1975
34 / 30
Stock reports
1972
34 / 31-32
Taxes
RESTRICTED
1971-1972
34 / 33
Tax protest
RESTRICTED
1974
34 / 34
T-Bone Feeders
1973
34 / 35
Wilcutt land
1975
34 / 36-37
[Loose material, no folder labels]
1970-1973
Diaries
Box/Folder
35 / 1-5
"Yearbooks"; "Desk Diaries" (primarily appointment books, some diary-type entries)
1942-1948
Employment Records
Box/Folder
36 / 1-3
Payroll (some include Japanese crew)
1919-1920
37 / 1-16
Payroll timesheets (1945 includes German prisoners of war)
1942-1945
38 / 1-15
Payroll timesheets (include Mexican contract labor)
1946-1948
39 / 1-17
Payroll timesheets (includes New Mexico)
1949-1951
40 / 1-15
Payroll timesheets
1952-1955
41 / 1-16
Payroll timesheets
1955-1960
42 / 1-16
Payroll timesheets
1960-1963
43 / 1-15
Payroll timesheets
1964-1966
44 / 1-15
Payroll timesheets
1966-1969
45 / 1-14
Payroll timesheets
1969-1971
46 / 1-10
Payroll timesheets
1972, 1975, 1977
46 / 11
Payroll timesheets [scattered]
46 / 12-15
Payroll timesheets (office and monthly employees)
1949-1960
47 / 1-5
Payroll timesheets (office and monthly employees)
1961-1973
47 / 6-11
Payrolls: recapitulation
1942-1955
47 / 12-19
Payrolls: employee merchandise purchases and meals
1942-1956
47 / 20
Payrolls: employee merchandise purchases and meals (New Mexico)
1949-1950
Financial Records
Box/Folder
48 / 1-6
Allotment tax file
RESTRICTED
1933-1943
49 / 1-2
Accounts receivable ledger
1922-1923
49 / 3
Balance sheets
1922, 1933-1935
49 / 4
Balance sheets: Hardin Elevator Company [subgroup?]
1970-1974
49 / 5
Balance sheets: Hardin Grain and Fuel Company
1972-1973
49 / 6
Balance sheets: Lodge Grass elevator
1972-1974
49 / 7-9
Bank reconciliations
1966-1969
49 / 10-11
Corporation tax reports (includes much background working papers) [not in order]
RESTRICTED
1920s-1940s
49 / 12-16
Corporation tax reports
RESTRICTED
1948-1962, 1975
49 / 17
Crop rental ("non-competent land")
1967
49 / 18
"Custom cutter wheat papers" (financial print-outs)
1964
49 / 19-21
Employee taxes
RESTRICTED
1942-1961
49 / 22
Financial statements
1972-1973
49 / 23
Freight and expense bills
1954, 1958
50 / 1-12
General ledgers
1918-1955 [?]
51 / 1-5
General ledgers
1966-1971
52 / 1-6
Income taxes: Thomas D. Campbell (some files contain considerable correspondence with accountants and others)
RESTRICTED
1925-1954
52 / 7-11
Land rental advances [see also Miscellaneous File]
1940-1947
52 / 12
Order books
1955-1956, 1970
52 / 13
Paid invoices
1945-1946
52 / 14
Purchase bids
1970
52 / 15
Purchase orders
1970-1971
52 / 16
Receipts: Salt Creek Freightways
1954
52 / 17-21
Receipted bills: Anderson, Westerfeld, and Klodt (re Fort Smith Wheat Company)
1919-1921
53 /
Receipted bills: A-W
1919
54 /
Receipted bills [sampled]
1930-1970
55 / 1
Social Security [recapitulation of wages]
1957-1960
55 / 2
Taxes
RESTRICTED
1944-1947
55 / 3
Vouchers
1949
55 / 4
Work sheets
1955-1956
55 / 5
[Mixed financial, legal, etc., no folder label]
1920s
Legal Documents
[all lease/allotment records are in this series, whether or not they are actual legal documents, this may need to be changed later; there is also land rental material in the "Miscellaneous File"]
Box/Folder
CardBx /
Allotment index
undated
56 / 1-8
Allotment books [alphabetical within each book]
1942, 1951- 1962, undated
56 / 9-11
Allotment indexes [by first name, includes birth date, residence, family number]
undated
56 / 12
Bills of sale
1919-1928
56 / 13-14
Contracts [miscellaneous]
1926-1927
56 / 15
Contracts: Continental Oil Company
1920-1931
56 / 16
Contracts: Dana Cattle Company
1920-1922
56 / 17
Contracts: George Heller
1918-1922
56 / 18
Contracts: J.A. Keobbe
1919-1928
56 / 19
Contracts: Harry Martin
1922-1929
56 / 20
Contracts: Mexican grain shock crews
1927
56 / 21
Contracts: Harry W. Schoer
1918-1922
56 / 22
Contracts: equipment
1918-1922
56 / 23-24
Contracts: A-W, unidentified
1918-1929
56 / 25
Employee bonds: Benjamin Allen
1920
56 / 26
Hail insurance policies
1928-1929
56 / 27
Hail insurance proofs of loss
1928
56 / 28
Lease renewal letter
undated
56 / 29
Lease rental advances: A-Z
1950-1953
56 / 30
Lease rental assignments: A-Z
1950-1954
56 / 31-33
Lease authorizations
1967
57 / 1-4
Lease authorizations
1967-1968
57 / 5
Lease cancellations
1922
57 / 6
Lease indexes
1939-1953
57 / 7-8
Lease ledger sheets [should probably be with financial records or production records]
1958-1962
57 / 9
Lease rental receipts (U.S. Indian Service)
1922
57 / 10-11
Lease schedules
1949-1953
57 / 12-21
Leases: allotments #44-2871 [scattered numbers, since there were many allottees who did not lease to Campbell]
1951-1964
58 / 1-6
Leases: allotments #3008-3599 [scattered numbers, since there were many allottees who did not lease to Campbell]
1951-1964
58 / 7
Leases: allotments #44-3534 [scattered numbers, since there were many allotees who did not lease to Campbell]
1965-1968
58 / 8-11
Leases: allotments [copies: no order, need to be checked against main run to make sure are duplicates]
1952-1958
58 / 12-17
Leases: allotments #143-3533 (by Bureau of Indian Affairs for allottee)
1958
59 / 1
Leases: allotments, scattered (by Bureau of Indian Affairs for allottee)
1958-1959
59 / 2-4
Leases: allotments #143-3546 (by Bureau of Indian Affairs for allottee)
1962
59 / 5-6
Leases: allotments #108-2595 (by Bureau of Indian Affairs for allottee)
1963
59 / 7
Leases: allotments #133-2642 (by Bureau of Indian Affairs for allottee)
1964
59 / 8
Leases: allotments #292 (by Bureau of Indian Affairs for allottee)
1967
59 / 9
Leases: allotments #237-3281 (by Bureau of Indian Affairs for allottee)
1970
59 / 10
Leases: allotments #674-2520 (by Bureau of Indian Affairs for allottee)
1971
59 / 11
Leases: allotments #245-1774 (by Bureau of Indian Affairs for allottee)
1972
59 / 12
Leases: Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad
1919-1923
59 / 13
Leases: "competent leases"
1938-1948
59 / 14
Leases: "old, now owned by Campbell Farming Corp."
1950-1953
59 / 15-19
Leases: Units #1-6
1928-1943
59 / 20
Leases: Fort Smith
1928=1929
59 / 21
Leases: state lands
1934
59 / 22
Leases: "old 1928 and 1929 leases, also cancellation"
1928-1929
59 / 23
Liability insurance policies
1920-1926
59 / 24
Mortgages: Continental Oil Company
1926-1936
59 / 25
Mortgages: miscellaneous
1922
59 / 26
Promissory notes
1918-1921
59 / 27
Sheriff's certificates of sale on foreclosure
1923
59 / 28
Surety bonds for lease of Crow and Fort Peck lands
1919-1920
59 / 29-32
Miscellaneous
Maps
Box/Folder
59 / 33
Leased and owned land
undated
59 / 34
Units #1-2 (shows allotments)
undated
OvSz /
Aerial photographs (ca. 70)
undated
59 / 35
Aerial photographs [damaged]
undated
OvSz /
Plats of Crow Reservation allotments, etc.
undated
OvSz /
[Rolled maps, miscellaneous]
undated
Organization
Box/Folder
60 / 1
Annual reports of corporation
1923-1938
60 / 2
"Corporate papers"
1918-1929
60 / 3-4
Notices of meetings, proxies, etc.
1923-1946
60 / 5-6
Stenographers' notebooks [content unknown]
1956-1959
61 / 1
Stenographers' notebooks [content unknown]
undated
61 / 2
"Trustee misc. papers"
1929-1930
Production Records
[This series was generated, by processor, for several boxes of mostly unsorted material dealing with grain shipments, etc. It will need to be dealt with more adequately at time of final processing.]
Box/Folder
62 / 1
Agri-Systems (re grain terminal)
1975
62 / 2
Atwood-Larson Company
1957
62 / 3
Barley
1960-1964
62 / 4-13
Crop figures
1958-1979
62 / 14
Elevator contract schedules
1972-1973
62 / 15-17
[Field sheets? no labels] (lists owner/allottee, acreage, land plowed, etc.)
1969-1973
62 / 18-19
[Grain and wheat hauling? no labels]
1920s, 1963
62 / 20-21
Grain figures
1955-1961
63 /
Grain futures (E.F. Hutton and Co. account) [unsorted]
1940s-1950s
64 /
Grain sales [unsorted]
1963-1964
65 /
Grain shipment records [not refoldered]
1973-1974
66 / 1
Hauling tickets
1972
66 / 2-7
Kellogg Commission Company
1964-1976
66 / 8
Weed control (includes sketch map of each field)
1970
66 / 9
Wheat and barley payments
1974-1975
66 / 10
Wheat delivered to warehouses
1953
66 / 11
Wheat sales: Atwood-Larson Company
1951
66 / 12
Wheat shipments / harvest record
1960-1970
66 / 13
Wheat storage
1960
66 / 14-15
Camp #1, #4
1974
66 / 16
Hardin Yards
1974
66 / 17
Kopac
1974
Numerical File
[This was the company's attempt to create a logical filing system. In practice it appears to have been used primarily as a reference file for published material.]
Box/Folder
/
67 / 1
Numerical file system key
1970
67 / 2
A-1 Account book
1966
67 / 3
C-1 Correspondence, general
1970-1971
67 / 4
C-2 Correspondence, individuals
1970-1974
67 / 5
D-1, D-4, D-7 [tests?]
67 / 6
D-3 Production summaries D-5 Production reports
1969
67 / 7
D-6 Crop inventories
67 / 8
F-4 Livestock feeding records
1971-1974
67 / 9
F-5 Livestock production records
1968-1973
67 / 10
F-6 Livestock registration papers
1970s
67 / 11
F-7 Livestock inventory
1970s
67 / 12
G-1 Management decisions: crops
1970s
67 / 13
G-2 Management decisions: livestock
1970s
67 / 14
G-3 Management decisions: insurance G-4 Management decisions: labor
1970s
67 / 15
G-5 Management decisions: machinery G-6 Management decisions: capital expenditures
1970s
67 / 16
G-7 Management decisions: irrigated land use G-8 Management decisions: trucking costs
1970s
67 / 17
H-1 Stockholder reports
1967-1972
67 / 18
H-3 ASCS records [Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service]
1970s
67 / 19
H-4 SCS records [Soil Conservation Service]
1970s
67 / 20
I-1 Labor production records
1970s
67 / 21
I-3 Labor fringe benefits
1970s
67 / 22
I-4 Labor meals
1970s
67 / 23
J-1 Harvest: custom combiners
1970s
67 / 24
J-2 Harvest reports and yields
1970s
67 / 25
K-2 Equipment: machinery purchases
1970s
67 / 26
K-3 Equipment: warranties and instructions
1970s
67 / 27
K-4 Equipment: inventories
1970s
67 / 28
L-1 Experiments: noxious weeds L-2 Experiments: cowcockle and buckwheat L-3 Experiments: continuous crop L-4 Experiments: volunteer winter wheat
1970s
67 / 29
M Communications: radio
1970s
67 / 30
O-2 Property: maps
1949-1969, undated
67 / 31
O-3 Property: building plans
undated
67 / 32
O-4 Property: lease agreements on equipment
1970s
67 / 33
R-1a Reference: crop diseases [mostly publications]
1950s- 1970s
67 / 34
R-1b Reference: crop varieties [mostly publications]
1970s
67 / 35-37
R-1c Reference: soils [mostly publications]
1970s
67 / 38
R-1c Reference: tillage experiments [mostly publications]
1970s
67 / 39
R-1d Reference: fertilization [mostly publications]
1970s
67 / 40
R-2a Reference: forage varieties [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 1
R-2b Reference: range [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 2
R-2c Reference: irrigated pasture [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 3
R-3 Reference: feedlot production [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 4
R-4a Reference: breeding [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 5
R-4b Reference: feeding [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 6
R-4c Reference: marketing [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 7
R-4d Reference: diseases [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 8
R-4e Reference: insects [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 9
R-5 Reference: weeds; spraying information [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 10
R-6 Reference: entomology [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 11
R-7b Reference: government programs: conservation [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 12
R-7c Reference: government programs: grazing [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 13
R-7d Reference: government programs: Indians [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 14
R-7e Reference: government programs: labor [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 15
R-8 Reference: farm management [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 16
R-8a Reference: farm management: labor relations [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 17
R-8b Reference: farm management: machinery economics [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 18
R-8c Reference: farm management: leasing and contracting [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 19
R-8d Reference: farm management: enterprise costs [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 20
R-8e Reference: farm management: prices paid and received [mostly U.S.D.A. Bulletins]
1970s
68 / 21
R-8i Reference: marketing [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 22
R-8j Reference: transportation [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 23
R-8k Reference: production records, pounds seeded per acre
1970s
68 / 24
R-9a-1 Reference: Livestock [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 25
R-9a-2 Reference: grain storage [mostly publications]
1970s
68 / 26
R-9a-3 Reference: equipment storage R-9a-4 Reference: shop [mostly publications]
1970s
69 / 1
R-9a-5 Reference: building materials R-9a-6 Reference: buildings, misc. [mostly publications]
1970s
69 / 2
R-9b-1 Reference: farm machinery [mostly publications]
1970s
69 / 3
R-9b-2 Reference: livestock equipment [mostly publications]
1970s
69 / 4
R-10a Reference: Big Horn County ASCS news
1971-1973
69 / 5
R-10f Reference: Big Sky Economics (Cooperative Extension Service)
1972-1976
69 / 6
R-10g Reference: Wheat Scoop (Montana Grain Growers Association)
1970-1972
69 / 7-14
R-10h Reference: U.S.D.A. newsletters
1970-1976
69 / 15
R-10k Reference: Huntley Branch Station reports
1970-1971
69 / 16
R-11 Reference: publications available
1970s
Miscellany
[This "Miscellany" series is different from the "Miscellaneous Files" series. The "Miscellaneous Files" series was so designated by Campbell Farming Corp. This one is simply materials which were not assigned to any other series.]
Box/Folder
70 / 1
Articles and correspondence by Thomas D. Campbell and others
1920s- 1930s
70 / 2
Big Horn Abstract Corporation daily report [see also Miscellaneous File]
1975-1976
70 / 3
Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area proposed transpark road environmental impact statement
1974
70 / 4
Big Horn Weather Corporation (re rain-making)
1951-1958
70 / 5
Bonus lists
1942-1957
70 / 6
Brands
1919-1924
70 / 7
E.A. Burrows et al. blueprints re reduction oi aluminum, etc. (enclosed in letter to Thomas D. Campbell)
1929
70 / 8-9
Thomas D. Campbell patent file (includes his patent applications and patents by others)
1910s- 1920s
70 / 10
Crow Tribal Council minutes
May 1959
70 / 11
[Drawings for inventions]
1947-1948
70 / 12
Marvin Eastman / Elvira Eagle Bad Bear
1976
70 / 13
[Fort Peck lands]
1921
70 / 14
Grapevine Ranch operating expenses
1968-1973
70 / 15
Gene M. Gressley, University of Wyoming
1976
70 / 16-17
Frank Heinrich Estate materials
1933-1936
70 / 18
L.H. Labbit papers (re lease)
1933-1938
70 / 19
Willibald Laemmel (re displaced persons: see also Miscellaneous File)
1948-1951
70 / 20
Lt. Edgar Lovelace Laesetter
1942-1945
70 / 21
"List of Crow Indians classified as competent" (arranged alphabetically by given name)
1949
70 / 22
List of electors: Big Horn County (arranged by precinct)
1944
70 / 23
Dan Maddox candidacy for Eastern District Congressman
1944
70 / 24
"Dan Maddox letters regarding leases and other matters"
1927-1928
70 / 25
"National Farm Youth Foundation in Action" [fire-damaged]
1940
70 / 26
"Old miscellaneous tenants' papers"
1921
70 / 27
Patent file: endless track for military vehicles
1945
70 / 28
Photo: home in Sumatra
1910
70 / 29
Pump information
1960s
70 / 30
Raymond Concrete Pile Company blueprints [may have been place he worked.]
1909-1912
71 / 1
Republican Party: Floyd Slattery
1966
71 / 2
Max Skolnik process for producing wood and paper from straw
1939-1944
71 / 3
Soap Creek Oil Field
1920-1927
71 / 4
Speech at adoption into Crow Tribe
1946
71 / 5
Survey book: Anaconda Copper Mining Company (T2-3N, R12W) [this is in vicinity of Butte, what connection to Campbell?]
1917
71 / 6
Survey forms
71 / 7
T-Bone Feeders, Inc. [see also Miscellaneous File]
1972-1973
71 / 8
Travel arrangements
1971-1974
71 / 9
Alex Uffelman
1946-1947
71 / 10
W.E. Warren papers (re leases etc.)
1925-1928
71 / 11
Wear analysis reports: engines 101-104
1973-1974
71 / 12
Bryan K. Welch papers
1930-1933
71 / 13-16
[Miscellaneous loose papers, not in folders]
Clippings
Box/Folder
72 /
[Newspaper clippings, unsorted]
Publications
Box/Folder
73 /
Catalogs: equipment, machinery etc.
74 /
Catalogs: miscellaneous
75 /
Miscellaneous

Continental Oil Company Hardin Bulk Plant Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Miscellaneous File
Box/Folder
76 / 1
Bank statements
1970-1976

Hardin Fertilizer Company Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Miscellaneous File
Box/Folder
76 / 2
Bank statements
1970-1976

Raskob-Campbell Partnership Return to Top

[add to La Joya Subgroup during final processing]

Container(s) Description Dates
Financial Records
Box/Folder
76 / 3-4
General ledgers: A-Z
1937-1945

United States Wheat Corporation Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
General Correspondence
Box/Folder
76 / 5-6
Gordon W. Diesing
1949-1952
76 / 7
Miscellaneous
1949-1950
Financial Records
Box/Folder
76 / 8
Audits
1950-1951
76 / 9
Corporate taxes
RESTRICTED
1949-1952
76 / 10
General ledger: A-Z
1949-1952
76 / 11
Tax file [check for duplicates in corporate tax file]
RESTRICTED
1950-1951
76 / 12
Miscellaneous
1949-1951
Legal Documents
Box/Folder
76 / 13-15
Agreements with Campbell Farming Corporation [put in Campbell subgroup instead?]
1949-1952
76 / 16
Contracts, articles of incorporation, correspondence, etc.
1948-1952

La Joya Development Company Return to Top

[Thomas D. Campbell's property in New Mexico was originally the Raskob-Campbell partnership, then operated as the La Joya Development Company, and was operated at times by the Campbell Farming Corporation, and at other times by the Campbell Family Foundation. The office was in Hardin.]

Container(s) Description Dates
Correspondence
Box/Folder
77 / 1-5
[Loose, unsorted materials, partially burned]
ca. 1938- 1946
77 / 6
"Albuquerque" [see also Managers File of Campbell Farming Corporation]
1959-1965
Court Papers
Box/Folder
77 / 7
Canon del Agua Grant (copies enclosed in 1976 letter)
1888
Financial Records
Box/Folder
77 / 8
Bills and receipts [partially burned]
1940
77 / 9-18
Tax assessments
RESTRICTED
1939-1968
77 / 19
Tax receipts
RESTRICTED
1928-1938
78 / 1-11
Tax receipts
RESTRICTED
1939-1968
78 / 12
[Tax redemptions? folder label burned off]
RESTRICTED
1939-1940
78 / 13
U.S. tax returns
RESTRICTED
1949-1952
Legal Documents
Box/Folder
79 / 1-2
"Iden's memo on land exchanges: O.B. Maddox file" (includes legal documents, etc.) [partially burned]
1939-1941
79 / 3
Land sale: Horizon Corporation
1969-1970
Subject Files
Box/Folder
79 / 4
La Joya Grant (re rental, range management, etc.)
1965-1970
79 / 5
San Pedro Grant (re livestock inventory, wheat)
1970

Trinity County, California, mine property Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
General Correspondence
Box/Folder
80 / 1
Mine correspondence: A-C
1934-1941
80 / 2
Mine correspondence: Thomas W. Hanes
1933-1939
80 / 3
Mine correspondence: August Heckscher
1935
80 / 4
Mine correspondence: H
1936-1941
80 / 5
Mine correspondence: Insurance; inventory
1933-1936
80 / 6
Mine correspondence: J-M
1935-1941
80 / 7
Mine correspondence: Blaine McGowan
1933-1939
80 / 8
Mine correspondence: N-T
1934-1942
80 / 9
Mine correspondence: Curt Urshman
1934-1941
80 / 10
Mine correspondence: W
1940
80 / 11
Mine correspondence: miscellaneous
1938-1941
Employment Records
Box/Folder
81 / 1
Payroll
1934-1940
Financial Records
Box/Folder
81 / 2
Cancelled checks
1939
81 / 3
Ledger
1933-1935
81 / 4-5
Paid bills
1935-1940
81 / 6
[Mixed legal, financial, reports, etc.]
1934-1938
Maps
Box/Folder
81 / 7
Mine maps and drawings [folded and partially burned]
undated

Thomas D. Campbell, personal Return to Top

[This subgroup is foldered but largely unsorted. It consists of personal materials of Thomas D. Campbell.]

Container(s) Description Dates
Subject Files
Box/Folder
82 / 1
Air Force Association (includes audit, magazine, reunion program)
1948-1949
82 / 2
Postcards: Campbell Farming Corporation; Washington D.C.; Boulder Dam
82 / 3-4
Soviet Union: photos
ca. 1930
82 / 5
Soviet Union: published articles
1930
82 / 5-6
Soviet Union: published articles and book
1930-1931
82 / 7
Soviet Union: maps (includes Europe, et al.)
82 / 8
Stromberg equipment flyer (shows Campbell farm scenes, Yellowstone Park Company fleet)
1920s?
83 / 1-2
World War II: Civilian Conservation Corps surplus equipment
1942
83 / 3
World War II: Thomas D. Campbell military travel orders
1945
83 / 4
World War II: military publications (mostly re post-war)
1945-1946
83 / 5
World War II: South Africa soil conservation programs
1943-1945
83 / 6
World War II: newspapers (mostly Stars and Stripes)
1945
83 / 7
World War II: maps
83 / 8
World War II: Puptent Poets
1945
83 / 9
World War II: miscellaneous
84 / 1-5
World War II: Thomas D. Campbell military correspondence, etc.
1942-1946
84 / 6
World War II: "Suggestions by Thomas D. Campbell" (to War Dept.; also memo to President Truman asking to be sent to Australia)
1942
84 / 7
World War II: diary/memo book
1942
84 / 8
World War II: "Instructions for preparation of papers", War Dept.
1941
84 / 9
World War II: maps
84 / 10
World War II: government publications
1940s
84 / 11
World War II: snowplow and snowmobile ads, articles, etc.
1940s
84 / 12
World War II: soil conservation and water projects
1940s
84 / 13
World War II: "Transportation to Soviet Russia via Alaskan-Siberian Route" by Thomas D. Campbell for Air Service Command
1942
84 / 14-15
World War II: Truck and tractor ads, articles, etc.
1940s
84 / 16
World War II: Third War Loan Bond Drive (includes oversize list of Big Horn County registered voters, 1942)
1943
84 / 17
World War II: Article about Thomas D. Campbell
1946
85 / 1
World War II: Australia (published material)
1940s
85 / 2
World War II: Bills
1940s
85 / 3
World War II: "British New Guinea tests...specifications for Semi Trailers..."
1945
85 / 4
World War II: "Correspondence and data regarding wheat movements and famine"
1946
85 / 5
World War II: "Correspondence relative amputees"
1945-1946
85 / 6
World War II: "Correspondence with Joe Wilson"
1946
85 / 7
World War II: Thomas D. Campbell military orders, etc.
1945
85 / 8
World War II: Thomas D. Campbell miscellaneous Army papers
1940s
85 / 9
World War II: Thomas D. Campbell personal correspondence re military routings, service career, etc.
1946
85 / 10
World War II: "Miscellaneous war correspondence" (also includes writings
1940s
85 / 11
World War II: "Ground transportation"
1940s
85 / 12
World War II: Kazvin Road, Karachi, China, etc.
1940s
85 / 13
World War II: maps
1940s
85 / 14
World War II: "Misc. mimeographed bulletins and war instructions"
1940s
85 / 15
World War II: "Misc. talks and statements before Senate Comm."
1940s
85 / 16
World War II: patents on gratings and mats
1940s
85 / 17
World War II: photos of trucks, etc. and of Asia
1940s
85 / 18
World War II: surplus property
1946
85 / 19
World War II: truck and tire tests
1940s
85 / 20
World War II: "Truck tests Pacific Southwest rehabilitation reports Australia"
1940s
85 / 21
World War II: engine standardization
1940s
85 / 22
World War II: clippings
1940s
86 / 1
World War II: photos of ABC road building in England
1940s
86 / 2
World War II: photos of snowmobiles, etc.
1940s
86 / 3
World War II: photos of on-job-training, CCC??
1940s
86 / 4
World War II: photos of soil conservation projects
1930s?
86 / 5
World War II: photos, negatives, color slides [box]
1940s
86 / 6
World War II: publications
1940s
86 / 7
World War II: clippings
1940s
Miscellany
Box/Folder
86 / 8
German banknotes
1920s
86 / 9
"The Painted Banquet: a Romantic Comedy", by Piers Compton and Cathryn Young (play set in Shakespearean England)
undated
OvSz /
[Rolled maps, other rolled material, newspapers, etc.]

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  • Subject Terms :
  • Crow Indians--Montana
  • Wheat farmers--Montana
  • Geographical Names :
  • Crow Indian Reservation (Mont.)