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Abbott-Stuart-Matejcek Family Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Abbott-Stuart-Matejeck Family Papers consist of positive photocopies of business and personal papers collected or created by Teddy Blue, Mary Stuart Abbott, Granville Stuart, and Mary Abbott Matejcek. In addition to the papers are copy photographs of Teddy Blue, Mary Stuart Abbott, and their children; views of the Abbott ranch; portraits of several Stuart children; views of the Matejcek farm near Lewistown, taken by photographer Cook Reynolds, circa 1915-1922, which show big teams at work plowing and harvesting; an interior view of the Matejcek saloon in Roundup, Montana, circa 1913; a view of the Overland School taken around the turn of the century.
 
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Conrad V. Anderson Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Conrad V. Anderson Papers consist of Historical essays, notes, research letters, and photographs collected or created by Conrad V. Anderson and pertain to his own life story, homesteading in central Montana, the vigilante activity of 1884, the Stuart and Fergus families, and the family experiences of many of his neighbors in Fergus County.
 
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Lou Stocking Stewart Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
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.

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