|Summary:||The Dan Fulton Papers consist of correspondence of both a personal and professional nature, financial records both personal and ranch related; various records and papers dealing with the Fulton Ranch and its livestock production; research materials including correspondence, articles, newsclips, books, papers, and maps; personal memorabilia, scrap books, and photographs. The collection also includes papers pertaining to Dan's political interests, and a large volume of written work in the form of speeches and articles. Subjects covered in the collection include farming, ranching, various aspects of cattle and sheep production, conservation, land tenure, public land use, property valuation for tax purposes, predators (coyotes, wolves, and grizzly bear, homesteading, and early history of the Ismay, Montana area.
|Summary:||The Lou Stocking Stewart Papers consist of diaries, scrapbooks, correspondence, printed materials, photographs and memorabilia. Materials in this collection were created or collected by Lucy Bigelow Stocking and Lou Stocking Stewart. Subjects include: travels, Fort Benton, daily life, women's clubs, ranching, the "Whoop-up Trail", and Montana history. Photographs are primarily images of the Stocking and Stewart families and friends, Fort Benton (town and ruins), Belt and Great Falls, Montana. The memorabilia includes conventions name tag ribbons Lou Stocking Stewart collected by attending the annual meetings of the Montana Pioneers Society and the GAR Women's Relief Corps.