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Tim and Betty Babcock papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: Tim Babcock was governor of Montana from 1962 until 1969, an active member in the Republican Party up until his death in 2015, owner of Babcock Trucking Inc., co-owner of the Colonial Hotel, and a mining consultant. This collection consists of records (1961-1969) from Babcock's two terms including Vietnam condolence letters to Montana families, speeches, press releases, six large scrapbooks created by his staff with assistance from his wife, Betty, records of Babcock's administrative assistant Dave Holliday, and a reel to reel tape of campaign ads from Babcock's gubernatorial campaign. Speeches primarily given as governor are also included (1963-1968, 1972). The speeches make up a bulk of the collection and often contain hand written edits. Subject files are included covering topics he addressed as governor, however the subject files also include records of his various businesses (1968-1972, 1991-1996) including Babcock Trucking (court papers, and financial records) and the Colonial Inn (subject files detailing the planning and development of the hotel). Collection includes a number of maps, predominantly relating to the mining industry. Betty Babcock was Tim's wife and was co-owner/manager of the Colonial Inn, a delegate for the 1972 Montana Constitutional Convention, and a state representative from 1975 to 1977. Her portion of the collection includes correspondence written to her from the general public on various topics related to the development of the 1972 state consitution including people's support or opposition to various issues discussed during the re-writing of the state constitution (1971-1972), as well as financial and legal documents, press releases, speeches, Betty's notes, and subject files all relating to con-con activity (1972), including the planning and scheduling of tours of the State Capitol for schools and organizations across the state, of which she managed. Also included are correspondence and subject files from the one term she served as a state rep for the 44th Montana Legislative Session, specifically on bills heard during the session and the public's support or opposition (1975).
 
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League of Women Voters of Montana records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan political organization. Records (1921-1989) of the Montana branch include general correspondence arranged by president; financial records; minutes; organizational materials; reports to the national office; subject files; miscellany; and clippings. There are also records for local branches of the League around the state.
 
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Lewis and Clark National Forest Passport in Time oral history project

Repository:University of Montana, Mansfield Library, Archives and Special Collections
Summary:The Passport in Time interviews were part of a heritage research project of the region done by United States Forest Service employees and regional volunteers. The fifteen interviewees, recorded for the Lewis and Clark National Forest Passport in Time Oral History Project by staff and volunteers in 1997, describe growing up on Montana ranches, sheepranching, grazing in national forests the Crazy Mountains, and other areas and towns in or near the National Forest from about 1930 to 1950.
 
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Harriett C. Meloy Collection

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: Harriett Meloy (1916-2006) throughout her many years of residing in Helena, Montana, was involved in numerous civic and governmental organizations. The involvements concerned a variety of issues e.g. education, city/county planning, women, the arts, historic preservation, and more. Her papers (1955-1996) consists of reports, minutes, correspondence, print material, and other records compiled during her work with these various organizations and groups.
 
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Montana Commission On Post-secondary Education Records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:The Montana Commission on Post-Secondary Education was created by the 1973 Legislative Assembly to study the needs and status of post-secondary education in Montana. Records include agendas, correspondence, news releases, reports, a subject file on Montana State University (Bozeman), and public hearings statements.
 
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Montana Department of Public Instruction Records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:These Department of Public Instruction records (1899-1959) include county superintendents' annual statistical and financial reports, filed by county and district.
 
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Montana Department of Public Instruction Records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: These Department of Public Instruction records contain county superintendents' and trustees' annual financial and statistical reports (1962-1977).
 
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Montana Department of Public Instruction Records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:These Department of Public Instruction records (1893-1967) consist primarily of a subject files concerning the State Board of Education, the Board of Regents, the University System, and state institutions. (Architectural blueprints of buildings at several colleges and institutions are in oversize folders.)
 
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Montana Historical Society, Research Historian records,

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:The Montana Historical Society’s Research Historian position was established in 1993 to “provide verification, research, writing, and editing for projects and publications by the Society and cooperating agencies.” Records consists primarily of general correspondence (1989-2006) and subject files (1979-2006). Together, the two series--between which there is considerable overlap--cover the wide range of the work of the office.
 
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Montana Office of Public Instruction Records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:This collection consists primarily of materials generated by the offices of five Montana superintendents of public instruction in their capacity as head of the Department of Public Instruction, and as members of the State Board of Land Commissioners, the Board of Education, and other duties. Records include correspondence (1930-1978), maps (1966-1977); financial records (1930-1952); printed materials (1949-1953), reports (1931-1965), subject files (1937-1971), and miscellany (1948-1965).
 
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Montana State College, Office of the President Records

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Montana State College President's Office Records consist of correspondence, reports, budgets, and other papers dealing with the operation of the institution. Matters documented in the files range from the routine hiring of employees such as custodians, to student instruction, state and federal agency regulations, and college departmental reports. The records say much about the wide ranging duties of the early presidents of the institution and the slow relinquishment of some activities as the faculty and administrative infrastructure grew.
 
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Montana Taxation-Education Commission Records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:These Montana Taxation-Education Commission Records (1957-1958) include general correspondence; minutes news releases; organizational materials; reports; subject files; miscellany, including statistics on schools and education; and clippings on the Commission. [Printed materials have been transferred to the Library.]
 
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Oscar Mueller Family Papers

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:This collection consists of records collected and created by the Oscar Mueller family. The records document their professional and personal lives spanning from 1856 to 2017. Oscar Mueller's papers span from 1864 to 1997 and mainly consist of his activities as a lawyer and an amateur historian. Record types include correspondence, biographical articles, masonic membership documents, obituaries, certificates and diplomas, court papers, financial records of attorney fees, real estate contracts and deeds, and research material files. Josephine Mueller's papers span from 1890 to 1977 and mainly consist of her activities in community groups and organizations. Record types include correspondence, masonic membership documents, obituaries, diaries, and real estate documents. George Mueller's papers span from 1861 to 2013 and mainly consist of his correspondence and historical research activities. Record types include certificates and diplomas, military, employment, financial, educational transcripts, membership and organizational, and legal documents. Glenn and Helen Mueller's records span from 1910 to 2016 and mainly consist of biographical and historical materials. Record types include correspondence, diaries, military, and subject. The Cook Family records span from 1856 to 2017 and mainly consist of genealogical records. Record types include correspondence, diaries, legal, and newspaper clippings. Also included is the correspondence between George and Glenn to their parents during their military service in World War II.
 
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School District No. 21 of Valley County (Fort Peck, Mont.) Records

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:These records of School District No. 21 of Valley County consist of teachers' registers from Fort Peck, Midway, New Deal, Park Grove, Square Deal, and Valley City elementary schools.

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