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Charles L. Anceney Letters

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Charles L. Anceney Letters consist of two messages sent by Anceney to Edward John Carter in Helena, Montana on May 20, 1888 and January 12, 1890. Locations include Hamilton and Moreland. The letters discuss mortgage notes on the Anceney, family member health, and cattle condition at the Anceney and feed availability.
 
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Robert A. Bell Papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:Robert A. Bell was a Helena, Montana, construction contractor and mine operator. This collection consists of personal and business records (1887-1917), including correspondence, financial records, legal documents, reports, and organizational records. These materials deal primarily with the Eagle's Nest Group of Claims, the East Pacific Mining Company, and the Montana-States Mining Corporation. There are small subgroups for the B & G Mining Company, the Bellmont Oil Company, and the James-Bell Concentrating Table Company. [Photographs separated to Photo Archives.]
 
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Bell Family Papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:This collection consists of papers from various members of the Bell Family of Helena, Montana, including William S. Bell (father), Mary Bell (mother), Martha Bell (daughter). Papers consists of biographical materials (1927, 1997, n.d.)including an article on William's missionary work, an obituary for Martha, and a general family history; correspondence (1846-1920) primarily between Mary (Millie) and William; diaries (1887-1914) for Mary and Martha primarily discussing life in Helena and Martha's experiences at Whitworth College after the family moved to Spokane in 1912; and writings (1907-1909, 1959, n.d.) by William concerning the history of congregational churches in Montana, a life reminiscence, an annual report for the Montana Historical Society, and an article by Martha entitled "Special Women's Collections in United States Libraries".
 
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William Reed Bullard Papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:William Bullard was a Helena, Montana, physician and medical examiner. This collection includes obituaries for William Bullard, his wife, and his father-in-law, John C. Gilman; birth and baptismal certificates; letters; and memorabilia.
 
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Carmen Louise Cross papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:(Carmen) C. Louise Cross (1919-2014) was a 1972 Constitutional Convention delegate from Dawson County, Montana. Cross served as chair of the Natural Resources and Agriculture Committee at the Convention—the only woman to chair an Article Committee. Due in large part to Cross’ efforts, Montana’s Bill of Rights contains a constitutionally protected right to a “clean and healthful environment in Montana for present and future generations.” The collection (1971-1974) consists primarily of correspondence to and from her constituents during the Convention, as well as subject files and clippings on issues important to her.
 
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Dorothy Eck papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:Dorothy Norene Eck (1924-2017) was a 1972 Constitutional Convention delegate from Gallatin County, Montana. Eck served on the Bill of Rights Committee and worked on “right to know” and “right to participate.” During the late 1970s, she served as the State-Local coordinator—the first woman in Montana to be appointed to high office. She also served as a Montana state legislator from 1980 to 2000. The collection (1970-1973) consists primarily of correspondence to and from her constituents during the Convention, organizational records of the Convention, and subject files and clippings on issues important to her.
 
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Enoch A. Fred Research Collection

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:This collection is comprised of records collected by Enoch A. Fred, and consists primarily of mining-related materials. The collection is arranged into three sub-series: Sub-series I, Correspondence and Legal Documents of Justice George W. Padbury (primarily mining-related litigation, 1889-1911)); Sub-series II, Montana Company, Limited materials, including correspondence, financial reports, printed material, subject files and miscellany (1883-1904); and Sub-series III, Mines and Mining, General, including subject files and miscellany (1883-1935).
 
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First English Lutheran Church, Great Falls, Montana, Records

Repository:Pacific Lutheran University, Archives and Special Collections
Summary:Collection contains the records of First English Lutheran Church in Great Falls, Montana.
 
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First Lutheran Church, Miles City, Montana, Records

Repository:Pacific Lutheran University, Archives and Special Collections
Summary:Collection contains the records of First Lutheran Church in Miles City, Montana.
 
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Greater Montana Foundation records,

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: The Greater Montana Foundation is a philanthropic group which was started by noted Montana radio and television station owner, E.B. Craney in 1958. The foundation is dedicated to the betterment of broadcasting in Montana through both scholarships and grants for worthwhile broadcast productions. This collection consists of the financial records of the foundation, minute books,correspondence and grant files. Also within the collection are subject files which contain the awards books for the annual Radio and Television Awards that the Greater Montana Foundation helped to create. Collection dates range from 1958 through 2007.

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