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A.J. Davidson and Company records>

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: A.J. Davidson and Company was a Helena and Butte, Montana firm, dealing primarily in wagons, saddles, furs, and hay. This collection consists of business records (1889-1897), including sales books, ledgers, indexes to accounts, and a journal.
 
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John Marvin Blake papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:John Blake (1840-1927) was a Helena, Montana, pioneer, dentist, and livestock investor in the Townsend and Judith Basin, Montana, areas. He also built the Blake Block (103-105 Broadway) which served as the Territorial capitol when the government moved to Helena in 1875. The collection consists of incoming correspondence (1861-1925) to John Blake, and miscellaneous correspondence (1868-1933) for other members of the Blake family and non-family members. Also included are financial and legal records (1869-1930) and Blake family genealogical materials (1845-1874)
 
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Simeon R. Buford papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: Simeon R. Buford was a Virginia City, Montana, merchant, stage line operator, and rancher. Papers include incoming correspondence (1872-1911) and outgoing correspondence (1878-1906) concerning his various business enterprises, and with family and friends. In addition, there are financial records (1872-1912), legal documents (1879-1903), and other records. There are subgroups for Buford's political activities (1886-1904), for his brother C.H. Buford (1884-1909).
 
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Butte Tombstone Company Records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:The Butte Tombstone Company was incorporated in 1903 to carve and sell stone for burial monuments and construction. The company eventually opened offices in Billings, Bozeman, Great Falls, Helena and Missoula, Montana, and Idaho Falls, Idaho. The collection contains business records (1903-1967) including general and interoffice correspondence (1905-1910), account and cash books (1917-1920), general ledgers (1906-1917), organizational records (1903-1967); and subject files (1905-1924). The subject files include customer and supply orders that provide excellent information for genealogy, including deceased persons name, next of kin, dates of birth and death, and the shape, size and location of the monument.
 
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Edward John Carter Papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:E. J. Carter was the brother to Montana Senator Thomas Carter and brother-in-law to Helena buisnessman Thomas Cruse. Carter was involved in various business ventures in the Helena are and served as an agent for the Wells Fargo Company. This collection consists of general correspondence (1886-1890) regarding his various business and mining interests. Also included are subgroups for the Broadway Street Railway Company (1883-1890), Homestake Mining Company (1880, 1888-1889), Neihart Tunnel and Mining Company (1886), and Wells, Fargo & Company (1885-1887).
 
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Chumasero And Chadwick Records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:Chumasero and Chadwick was a Helena, Montana Territory, law firm from 1868 to 1877. This collection (1860-1900) consists of correspondence, ledgers, financial records, court dockets and legal documents for the firm. Also included are diaries and personal financial records of William Chumasero.
 
Collection Title:

Thomas Conrad papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: Thomas Conrad was a pioneer Montana merchant. This collection (1857-1899) consists of biographical and genealogical materials; outgoing correspondence to his wife Mary Ivory Conrad; legal documents; limited financial records; and memorabilia. Also included is a subgroup of incoming correspondence to Mrs. Conrad from her brothers during the Civil War. Much of collection documents pioneer life and conditions in Virginia City, Montana Territory.
 
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Conrad-Stanford Company records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:The Conrad-Stanford Company was a Helena, Montana, real estate business. In November 1902, they bought the assets of the bankrupt First National Bank and Merchants National Bank, consisting of a large quantity of real estate, ranches, and mines. This collection consists of four indexed letterpress books (1902-1907) documenting the Company's operation of the Crevasse Mountain Mine and the Spokane Ranch and Water Company, and their attempt to collect on old bank accounts. Also included is a trial balance book (1903-1906).
 
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Barclay Craighead Papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:Barclay Craighead served as secretary to U.S. Senator Burton K. Wheeler, secretary of the Wheeler for President Club, secretary of the Montana Democratic State Central Committee, director of the Federal Housing Administration in Helena, and as chairman of the Unemployment Compensation Commission of Montana. This collection (1924-1949) consists of correspondence, writings, clippings, printed materials, photographs, and miscellany relating to Craighead's various positions.
 
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Edmund B. Craney papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:Edmund Craney was a pioneer in Montana radio broadcasting. He was affiliated with Pacific Northwest Broadcasting; XL radio stations of Spokane, Portland, Butte, Bozeman, and Missoula; and the Z Bar network. This collection (1920-1970) consists of correspondence, financial records, subject files, printed materials, yearbooks, clippings, and legal documents.
 
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Thomas Cruse papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:Thomas Cruse was a Helena, Montana, miner, banker, and businessman. This collection (1841-1956) consists of incoming correspondence; legal and financial records; maps; reports; and miscellany. Records for Cruse's various enterprises are divided into nine subgroups including the Thomas Cruse Savings Bank; Thomas Cruse Estate; Thomas Cruse Mining and Development Company; etc.
 
Collection Title:

Dog Creek Press Records>

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: The Dog Creek Press, located in Helena, Montana, began soliciting poetry, short fiction, essays, plays, translations, and graphic arts for publication in 1977. This collection (1977-1982) includes correspondence, financial records, manuscripts, organizational and miscellany.
 
Collection Title:

James Fergus Family Papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:The James Fergus Family papers are divided into four subgroups: James Fergus; Andrew Fergus; Fergus Live Stock and Land Company; and miscellaneous. Papers (1857-1971) include biographical materials, incoming correspondence, outgoing correspondence, general correspondence, financial records, legal documents, subject files, and miscellany.
 
Collection Title:

First National Bank Of Helena Records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:The First National Bank of Helena, Montana, was organized by Samuel T. Hauser and T.H. Kleinschmidt, in 1866. Prominent officers included: John S. Atkinson, D.C. Corbin, and E.W. Knight, cashiers; George H. Hill, assistant cashier. The bank was in receivership from its closing in 1896 until 1903. Records (1865-1903) include correspondence, financial volumes, legal documents, and organizational records of the bank and of its receiver, Eugene S. Wilson.
 
Collection Title:

Gamer Shoe Company records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:Gamer Shoe Company, owned and operated by Frederick Gamer, opened its door in Last Chance Gulch (Helena) in 1868. The collection includes correspondence (1864-1999), organizational records (1899-1995), and financial and legal records (1874-1991) for the Gamer Shoe Company. There are also financial, legal and organizational records (1907-1944) for Gamer Confectionary and personal correspondence and legal records (1872-1985) for the Gamer family.
 
Collection Title:

Greenfield Family papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: Charles Greefield was a Helena, Montana, journalist. This collection (1807-1975) consists of personal, business, and political materials of the Greenfield family. Subgroups include papers for Charles D. Greenfield, Jr., Marguerite Greenfield, Charles D. Greenfield, Sr., Anna Elizabeth Nelson Greenfield, and Marietta McBrine Greenfield.
 
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Greenhood, Bohm and Company records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: This collection contains the records of Greenhood, Bohm and Company, including correspondence (1876-1891), daybooks (1880-1890), cash books, journals, ledgers, freighting records, and legal documents. The Helena-based firm wholesaled clothing and liquor throughout southwestern Montana. There are also some records of William Muth's receivership of the company (1892-1893) in a separate subgroup.
 
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Helena National Bank records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: The Helena National Bank was organized in Helena, Montana, in September 1890 by John T. Murphy, S.C. Ashby, A.B. Clements, and Frank Baird. In October 1893 the bank merged with the Second National Bank, and E.D. Edgerton became president. This combined bank in turn merged with the First National Bank in January 1895. Records (1890-1895) include correspondence; financial records; legal documents; organizational records; and miscellany.
 
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Helena Produce and Commission Company records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:The Helena Produce and Commission Company was a wholesale dealer in grain, potatoes, flour, feed, butter, and eggs located in Helena, Montana. Records (1887-1891) consist of letterpress volumes of outgoing correspondence, an invoice book, journals, a ledger, and a receiving book.
 
Collection Title:

Holter Family papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: Anton M. Holter (1831-1921) was a pioneer Helena, Montana, lumberman and founder of the A.M. Holter Hardware Company. Papers (1831-1921) include correspondence, and organizational and financial records relating to mining, agriculture, lumber, real estate, and oil interests of three generations of the family, headed successively by Anton M. Holter, Norman B. Holter, and Norman J. "Jeff" Holter. Many of the enterprises were in partnership with Samuel T. Hauser. Interests include the A.M. Holter Hardware Company; Holter Realty; Holter Research Foundation; Judith Farms; Montana Flour Mills; and the Helena and Frisco, Helena and Victor, the Maginnis mining companies, and many others.
 
Collection Title:

Holter Research Foundation, Inc. records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:The Holter Research Foundation, Inc. was a private, non-profit, scientific research foundation started in Helena, Montana, in 1947 by Norman J. "Jeff" Holter. Records (1914-1985) include correspondence, financial records, laboratory records, subject files, photographs, etc. Also included are subgroups for N.J. Holter; his work in the U.S. Navy on bombs and waves; his work as assistant chancellor at University of California, San Diego; and the Society of Nuclear Medicine. [Photographs transferred to photo archives, printed material transferred to library, artifacts transferred to museum, audio tapes and sound recordings transferred to multi media collection.]
 
Collection Title:

Hussey, Dahler and Company

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:Hussey, Dahler and Company was a Salt Lake City, Utah-based bank with branches in Helena and Virginia City, Montana Territory. Records consist of incoming correspondence (1866-1873, 1876) to both the Helena and Virginia City offices dealing with banking transactions, gold trading, and other matters. There are also minor financial items. [Includes fragile material].
 
Collection Title:

Christian Kenck Family papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:Christian Kenck (1835-1914), a native of Germany, arrived in Helena, Montana Territory, in 1866 and operated a restaurant, the Magnolia Hotel, a saloon, a stone quarry, and four ranches. His son Joseph N. Kenck (1862-1943) was a bookkeeper at the Second National Bank of Helena; Helena city alderman; and Lewis and Clark County public administrator. Papers (1852, 1969-1895) of Christian and Joseph Kenck include incoming correspondence, financial records, legal documents, and miscellany. There is also a boarding house ledger (1880-1890), and small subgroups for Rose Kenck and Walter C. Kenck.
 
Collection Title:

Kessler Family papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: Nickolas Kessler (1833-1901), a German immigrant, and his son Charles N. Kessler (1874-1957) were Helena, Montana, brewers, brick makers, and businessmen. Collection consists of six subgroups: Nickolas Kessler (1854-1900); Kessler Brewery (1865-1952); Kessler Brickyard (1877-1901); Saloon (1880-1901); Charles N. Kessler (1892-1950); and Nick Baatz Company (1914-1923). Collection includes correspondence, financial records, legal documents, subject files, production records, etc. reflecting the family's personal activities; Montana history, politics, and oil production; prohibition; and other topics.
 
Collection Title:

Kohrs and Bielenberg Land and Livestock Company records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:Conrad Kohrs and John Bielenberg operated a ranch at Deer Lodge, Montana. Records (1892-1928) consist of three subgroups: the Kohrs and Bielenberg Subgroup, including correspondence (1913-1920) and financial records (1892-1918) pertaining to the Deer Lodge ranch; the Conrad Kohrs Estate Subgroup (1920-1928), including correspondence of Samuel McKennan, estate executor, and financial records; and the John N.W. Bielenberg Estate Subgroup (1921-1927), including correspondence of executors Samuel McKennan and R.O. Kaufman, court papers, financial records, legal documents, and miscellany.
 
Collection Title:

L. Auerbach and Brother records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: L. Auerbach and Brother was a wholesale and retail store in Helena, Montana Territory, specializing in notions, liquor, cigars, etc. The firm was owned by Leopold Auerbach and his brother William Jacob Auerbach. Records (1868-1880) include a letterpress book of outgoing correspondence, ledgers, cash sales books, daybooks, journals, inventories, etc. There is also one cash book (1878-1879) for Auerbach, Wells and Company.
 
Collection Title:

Richard Lockey Papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:Richard Lockey (1845-1924) was a Helena, Montana, bakery store owner, insurance agent, and real estate investor. Papers (1862-1924) include personal papers; bakery business records (1876-1883); real estate and insurance business records (1880-1922); Idaho property records (1884-1908); and miscellaneous smaller subgroups.
 
Collection Title:

Merchants National Bank records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:The Merchants National Bank of Helena, Montana, was originally established as L.H. Hershfield and Co. in Virginia City, Montana Territory, and for many years operated as L.H. Hershfield and Bro. It went into receivership in 1897. Records (1865-1903) consist of correspondence, financial records, legal documents, and organizational materials. There are subgroups for the White Sulphur Springs Association and for the United Hebrew Benevolent Association.
 
Collection Title:

Montana Power Company Predecessor Company records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: Records (circa 1880-1947) of Montana Power Company predecessor companies consist of correspondence, financial records, legal documents, and minutes of many electric power, light, water, street railway, townsite, realty, and land companies around Western and Central Montana.
 
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Montana Trust and Savings Bank records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: The Montana Trust and Savings Bank was organized in Helena, Montana, in 1913, by Thomas A. Marlow. Records (1914-1931) include correspondence, financial records, and miscellany.
 
Collection Title:

Montana State Board Of Equalization Records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:These records (1896-1972) of the State Board of Equalization consist of general correspondence (1915-1958), including opinions of the Attorney general; outgoing correspondence (1948-1949) of the Chairman of the Board; financial records (1896-1972), including assesments of railroads and records of apportionment of assesments of railroads; legal documents (1936), including a transcript of a hearing on beer licenses; minutes (1917-1968); press releases (1963) ; reports (1937); and speeches (1961).
 
Collection Title:

Morris State Bank (Pony, Montana) Records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:The Morris State Bank was located in Pony, Montana. Records (1899-1927) include correspondence concerning the Pony Electric Light Company, Elling and Morris, Morris and Flint, Citizen's Telephone Company, Montana Tonopah Mining Company, Hennepin Ore Company, and others; court papers; financial records; legal documents; subject files concerning the Citizens' Telephone Company, Elling and Morris, and the Indian Gold Mining Company; and miscellany. There are subgroups for Morris and Flint and for Fred G. Smith.
 
Collection Title:

John T. Murphy Papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: John T. Murphy (1842-1914) was a Helena, Montana, merchant, rancher, banker, and mine investor. Collection (1865-1935) includes correspondence, financial records, legal documents and other material of Murphy, the Murphy Estate, and various companies he founded, including the Powder River Land and Cattle Company, Montana Cattle Company (Seventy-Nine Ranch), and the Murphy-Maclay Hardware Company.
 
Collection Title:

William Muth papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:William Muth was a Helena, Montana, merchant and real estate man. Papers (1886-1901) include financial records of several of Muth's real estate ventures, including Porter, Muth and Cox; the Helena Real Estate Company; and the Hotel Park Syndicate. There are also records of Muth's administration of the Benjamin C. Brooke Estate.
 
Collection Title:

Lewis Penwell family papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: Lewis Penwell (1869-1948) was a Helena, Montana, attorney, politician, and sheep rancher active in the Northwest Development League and the Western Governors' Special Tour of 1911. Papers (1883-1959) include correspondence, clippings, and miscellaneous materials of Lewis Penwell, Clare Avery Penwell, Fred Penwell, Sam Garvin, and Eva Ash Garvin.
 
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Charles Benton Power papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: Charles Power (1868-1953) was a Helena, Montana, attorney and businessman, and son of Thomas C. Power. Collection (bulk, 1870s-1950s) includes incoming correspondence (1881-1953), diaries (1929-1949), subject files, and miscellany. There are also subgroups for family members and for several businesses of Power's.
 
Collection Title:

Thomas Charles Power papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: T.C. Power was a Montana merchandise, transportation, mining, ranching, banking, and real estate magnate; and U.S. Senator from Montana from 1890 to 1895. Collection (1868-1950) includes personal, business, and political correspondence plus financial and legal papers of many of his business enterprises. Collection documents Power's involvement in military and Indian trade, steamboating, freighting, stage coach lines, mail contracts, cattle and sheep ranching, mining, banking, bridge building, townsite development, and other enterprises.
 
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Wellington D. Rankin papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: Wellington Rankin was a Helena, Montana, attorney, rancher, state attorney general, associate justice of the Montana Supreme Court, U.S. district attorney, and Republican national committeeman. He also ran unsuccessfully for Governor, U.S. Senate, and U.S. House of Representatives. This collection includes personal papers of Wellington Rankin and of several family members including Jeannette Rankin; political files; records of several businesses he owned; records of his ranch operations; and case files and other materials of his law practices. Some law office materials are RESTRICTED due to lawyer/client privilege.
 
Collection Title:

Reinig Company Records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:The Reinig Company, a Helena, Montana, coffee store and general grocery, was founded by Michael Reinig, a Bavarian emigre in 1865. Reinig also owned a stable, boarding house, and a saloon. The Company operated until 1958. This collection (1865-1948) consists of financial and legal records for the various businesses owned by the Reinig family. Subgroups include M. Reinig / Reinig Company (1874-1943); Brooklyn Bridge Mining and Milling Co. (1907-1909); Ehrenberg and Staff / Ehrenberg and Reinig / Montana Cycle Co.(1894-1896); Harmonia Gesang Verein (1873-1877); Helena Cab Co. / Merchants Delivery (1908-1923); and various family members. [OVERSIZE MATERIAL: map case].
 
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Wilbur Fisk Sanders papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:Wilbur Fisk Sanders (1834-1905) was a Bannack, Virginia City, and Helena, Montana, attorney, vigilante, and Republican politician. Collection (1856-1930) includes biographical materials; correspondence (1861-1905); diaries (1866-1867); legal documents; financial records; speeches; historical writings; and miscellany, including scrapbooks. There is a small subgroup of Harriet Peck Fenn Sanders' correspondence (1874-1902) and diaries (1888, undated).
 
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William Scallon papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:William Scallon (1855-1951) was a Helena, Montana, attorney. His papers (1876-1951) include correspondence; court papers and legal documents; reports and print material; and speeches and writings. The correspondence (1882-1951) includes typed transcripts of personal letters concerning Irish independence, the Sino-Japanese War, and other topics. The court papers (1902-1937) consist primarily of case files in a suit of the United States against the Standard Oil Company to regain title to lands in California's Naval Oil Reserve.
 
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Second National Bank of Helena, Mont. records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:The Second National Bank of Helena, Montana, headed by Erastus D. Edgerton, opened in 1882 and merged with the Helena National Bank in 1893 as a result of the financial panic. Collection (1881-1896) includes correspondence, court papers, financial records, legal documents, organizational records, and miscellany.
 
Collection Title:

John H. Shober Sr. papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: John Shober (1832-1925) was a Helena, Montana, miner, attorney, and state legislator. Collection (1832-1952) includes descriptions of frontier social and mining conditions. Included are subgroups for Shober's nephew John H. Shober, Jr., manager of a ranch near Townsend; and of his niece Harriet Shober Nolan, wife of Cornelius B. Nolan.
 
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United States. Bureau of Community Facilities Records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:These records of the U.S. Federal Works Agency's Bureau of Community Facilities consist of field files (1942-1945) for child care, recreation, and health care centers in Butte, Bozeman, Great Falls, Helena, Lewistown, and Missoula, Montana.
 
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Norman Winestine Collection: Congregation Emanu-El And Fligelman's

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:Norman Winestine (1895-1986) was a Helena, Montana, clothing store owner and member of the Jewish Congregation Emanu-El. Collection is divided into two main subgroups: records (1889-1947) of Congregation Emanu-El include correspondence, financial records, organizational materials, reports, Ladies Auxiliary records and cemetery association records; records (1883-1953) of Fligelman's Store include correspondence, financial records, and miscellany.

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