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Collection Title:Folkloric Significance of Abduction Narratives
Repository:University of Oregon, Archives of Northwest Folklore
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Summary:Regan Lee was a student of folklore at the University of Oregon. This collection includes an essay and fieldwork documentation relating to this student's folklore fieldwork project.
 
Collection Title:Women's UFO and Supernatural Narratives: An Exploration In Feminist Based Ethnography
Repository:University of Oregon, Archives of Northwest Folklore
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Summary:Regan Myriam Lee was a student of folklore at the University of Oregon. This collection includes an essay and fieldwork documentation relating to this student's folklore fieldwork project.
 
Collection Title:Art and Outdoor Art: Varied Forms in and Outside Eugene
Repository:University of Oregon, Archives of Northwest Folklore
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Summary:Regan Lee was a student of folklore at the University of Oregon. This collection includes an essay and fieldwork documentation relating to this student's folklore fieldwork project.
 
Collection Title:Lee Metcalf Photograph Collection
Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
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Summary:Lee W. Metcalf (1911-1978) served as a Montana state congressman, state assistant attorney general, World War II soldier and military prosecutor, and a Montana Supreme Court Associate Justice between 1937 and 1952. From 1952 to 1961, he held Montana’s First District U.S. Representatives seat. In 1961, he became a U.S. Senator, serving until his death on January 12, 1978. The photographs in this collection depict all aspects of Metcalf’s life and service in public office, including images of his time in various Montana government offices, as a U.S. Congressman, and as a U.S. Senator. Images from Metcalf’s personal life are included, showing Metcalf’s ancestors from Maine and Massachusetts; his early life and school days; his wife Donna and their son Jerry; Metcalf’s parents and their family; and scenes from his regular life outside of public office. The bulk of the collection is focused on the later part of his term as a U.S. Congressman, through his many years in the U.S. Senate, from 1958 to 1977. Originally housed within Metcalf’s congressional offices, many of these images were used by Metcalf and his office staff from 1953 to 1978 for various publications, television and film recordings, congressional hearing exhibits, newspaper articles, and election and publicity materials.
 
Collection Title: Montana State Prison records
Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
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Summary: This collection consists of records of the Montana State Prison (1869-1974), the Board of Pardons (1890-1965), the Board of Prison Commissioners (1890-1962), and the United States Penitentiary, Montana Territory, including materials such as prisoner description sheets, prisoner receipt and discharge registers, minutes, etc.
 
Collection Title:Lawrence F. Forsythe actors and movies photograph collection
Repository:University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
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Summary:Photographs of actors and actresses, and movie stills, 1930s-1960s
 
Collection Title:Cornelius B. Nolan Papers
Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
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Summary:Cornelius Nolan (1855-1922) was a Helena, Montana, attorney in partnership with Thomas J. Walsh; Democratic Party leader; and mining investor. Papers include outgoing correspondence (1888-1896); general correspondence (1902-1932); court papers (1906-1920); financial records (1887-1923); legal documents (1891-1916), and clippings (1897-1922), covering the activities of the law firms of Nolan and Bean; and Walsh, Nolan and Scallon. There are subgroups for Cornelius' wife Harriet Shober Nolan (1894-1918); the Libby Placer Mining Company (1907-1918); Thomas J. Walsh (1907-1932); and Fletcher White (1898-1912).
 
Collection Title:Montana Feminist History Project oral history interviews
Repository:University of Montana, Mansfield Library, Archives and Special Collections
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Summary:The fifty-four interviews recorded for the Montana Feminist History Project from 2000-2004 describe a broad range of women's and families' lives in Montana, including politics, birth, family aid, family violence, law, and feminism from multiple perspectives.
 
Collection Title:Utah State University graduate student fieldwork collection
Repository:Utah State University, Merrill-Cazier Library, Special Collections and Archives Division
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Summary:Folklore fieldwork projects collected by Utah State University students in fulfillment of graded credit requirements for coursework in graduate folklore classes, primarily Folklore Fieldwork (1984 to present).
 
Collection Title:Compton Photograph Studio Archive collection
Repository:Utah State University, Merrill-Cazier Library, Special Collections and Archives Division
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Summary: The Compton Studio Archive is comprised of two major components: Glass plate negatives containing views and scenes (e.g., anything besides portraiture) were printed on modern, resin-coated paper and dry-mounted to museum board for storage in filing cabinets. These prints are numbered beginning with a "C" (e.g., "C-0250"), and total approximately 910 items. The negatives bear the same number as the print and are stored in archival document boxes. Glass plate, black and white flexible film, and color negatives containing portraiture, dating from the 1880's to 1994, are mostly filed in archival storage boxes and are arranged by date and negative number according to the original scheme imposed by the studio. Additionally, there are some oversize glass plates as large as 18" x 22" stored flat in archival storage boxes.

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