The Margaret Powell Kraenzel manuscripts consist of original manuscript drafts of essays, articles, and a book. The manuscripts pertain to Montana, travel and description of Iran and its people, and Kraenzel’s own childhood.
The Marian T. Place Papers comprise the rough drafts, gallery proofs, and book cover[s] relating to Place's work, as well as her alternate pen names Dale White and R. D. Whitinger. Also included minimal correspondence, clippings, and photographic images of awards.
The Mildred Walker Manuscript Draft for If a Lion Could Talk consists of Walker's manuscript draft and galley proof for If A Lion Could Talk. This novel, which is a story about a young clergyman and his wife who travel to the upper Missouri River in Montana Territory to serve as missionaries to the Indians, was published in 1970 by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.