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John G. Carter Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The John G. Carter Papers include material from his law and writing career mainly on topics concerning Native Americans. Topics include trips Carter took in the Western United States, Cuba, the Panama Canal Zone, and Western Europe, a visit to the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation in Montana in 1909, court cases, petitions, arguments, depositions, analysis of the cases, opinions of the court, reports, and motions.
 
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Mary Hunter Doane Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Mary Hunter Doane Papers consist of letters, speeches, a reminiscence, photographs, and other miscellaneous items pertaining to her life with her husband, Captain Gustavus Cheyney Doane, and her years of widowhood following his 1892 death. Materials include: extensive correspondence between Mary and Gustavus, especially voluminous during the summer of 1886 during the final campaign against Geronimo when the captain was stationed in Arizona; letters from other Doane family members and friends to Mary Doane; a handwritten reminiscence of Susan C. Hunter regarding the Hunter family's journey to Montana Territory and early residence in Virginia City, Helena, and Bozeman; speech notes from Mary Doane pertaining to her experiences and incidents of early frontier Army life; legal and financial documents; memorabilia; printed items; photographs, particularly of Fort Assiniboine, Montana Territory, circa 1882.
 
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Helen C. Ewing Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:This Helen C. Ewing Papers consists primarily of Robert Ewing's working papers including: 4 years of a daily work diary during 1940-1943; contracts, work estimates, bids and specifications; newspaper clippings; reports; and correspondence. Also present are photocopied news clippings about Robert, Helen and Angus McLeod; mining claim correspondence and associated papers; ration coupons from WWII and assorted memorabilia and photographs.
 
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Dan Fulton Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
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.
 
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Hamilton, Ballinger, Davidson, Bunnell, McAfee, and Weesner Family Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Hamilton, Ballinger, Davidson, Bunnell, McAfee, and Weesner Papers consists of correspondence, personal documents, estate documents, research, and literary productions assembled by various members of the families, including Florence Ballinger Hamilton, Paul Ballinger Davidson, PhD, Marie Bunnell Davidson, Jane Davidson Schultz Klockman, and Esther Lee Davidson Engstrom. Materials of interest include Civil War, World War I, and World War II correspondence. Of further interest are two journals relating to Yellowstone National Park, materials from Dr. Davidson's fellowship at the Mellon Institute and his papermaking materials.
 
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Helen Brooke Herford Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Helen Brooke Herford Papers consist of family letters, ranch operation documents, and photographs all pertaining to the Herford family and the Swinging H ranch. Topics include family activities, early education, ranch operation, Spanish American War service, ranch guests and employees, Levi Strauss and Company's introduction of women's pants in 1934.
 
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John S. Mendenhall Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The John S. Mendenhall Papers consist of letters, account statements, receipts, and other business papers collected by or pertaining to Mendenhall or his various merchandising operations. The subjects include: family news; social and business conditions in territorial Utah and Montana; Montana territorial politics. Places mentioned include Virginia City, Bannack, Gallatin City, and Bozeman, Montana. Letter writers include Dr. Achilles Lamme, Mary Susan Mendenhall, and Charles Ohle.
 
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Mitchell Family Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Mitchell Family Papers include the Campbell Mitchell diary, mounted portrait photographs of Mitchell family members, typed and handwritten memoirs and historical narratives by various family members, assorted letters between family members, a newspaper clipping history of the family in Park City, land and mine claims, genealogical information and assorted other ephemera.
 
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Patten Family Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Patten Family Papers consists of correspondence; biographical materials; case files; printed materials; school notes and artwork; memorabilia; and photographs. The earlier documents, 1895-1900 primarily pertain to F.E.W. Patten and George Y. Patten. The documents between 1900 and the 1920s generally pertain to George Y. Patten and his first marriage to Eleanor Ferris and their daughter Margaret. The later documents from the 1920s to 1986 refer mainly to George and his second wife, Frances Smith Patten. Letters from Frances Patten while she was in the Middle East as an American Field Staff agent are extensive. George Y. Patten's professional correspondence pertain to such topics as the Montana Automobile Association, the West Gallatin Highway into Yellowstone National Park, and the establishment of a Lewis and Clark Memorial. Printed materials holds pamphlets and news clippings on art, Montana history and international travel. School Notes and Records relates entirely to Margaret Patten's secondary school work and shows her interest and endeavors in visual art. Memorabilia refers to Margaret Patten's scrapbook and items collected by Frances Patten. Photographs refer mainly to Frances Smith Patten's Extension Service work and to her marriage to George Y. Patten.
 
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Smith-Mendenhall Family Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Smith-Mendenhall Family Papers consist of the pre-Civil War business papers of Robert Henry Smith; Civil War letters written by Smith to his wife from 1861-1863; correspondence of the Mendenhall family including letters written by Mary Susan to her husband and son; deeds and legal documents pertaining to the Mendenhall and Lamme families; positive photocopy of a scrapbook kept by Mary Susan Mendenhall.
 
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William Woodward Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The William Woodward Papers consist of correspondence, financial papers, legal documents, and memorabilia. Some of pertain to Roy A. Callan family of Beaverhead County, Montana; the relationship between the Callan and Woodward families is unclear.

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