Ivan Doig papers, 1939-2015

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Doig, Ivan; Doig, Carol
Title
Ivan Doig papers
Dates
1939-2015 (inclusive)
Quantity
116.6 linear feet
Collection Number
Collection 2602, Collection 2602 (collection)
Summary
Writer known for his fiction about Montana and the west. Collection of diaries, literary manuscripts, research papers, legal documents, photographs and memorabilia created or collected by Ivan Doig and his wife, Carol Doig.
Repository
Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Montana State University-Bozeman Library
Merrill G Burlingame Special Collections
P.O. Box 173320
Bozeman, MT
59717-3320
Telephone: 4069944242
Fax: 4069942851
https://www.lib.montana.edu/archives/contact-form/
Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research.

Languages
English

Historical NoteReturn to Top

Ivan Doig (June 27, 1939 – April 9, 2015), a third generation Montanan, was born in White Sulphur Springs, Montana. He grew up along the Rocky Mountain front where much of his writing takes place. His highly acclaimed memoir This House of Sky (1978), was a finalist for the National Book Award. A former ranch hand, newspaperman, and magazine editor, Doig graduated from Northwestern University where he received bachelor's and master's degrees in journalism. He earned a Ph.D. in history from the University of Washington in 1969, and during his career was the recipient of three honorary doctorates. In the century's-end San Francisco Chronicle polls to name the best Western novels and works of non-fiction, Doig was the only living writer with books in the top dozen on both lists: English Creek in fiction and This House of Sky in non-fiction. He lived in Seattle with his wife Carol, who taught the literature of the American West.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Doig Archive consists of manuscripts, proofs and galleys, typed and handwritten writing fragments, pocket notebooks, note cards, diaries, journals, photographs, audio/visual material, and memorabilia. The material has been sorted into twelve series based on subject and/or document type, and there is some overlap between these divisions. The first series consists of Doig's diaries and biographical information. The second series is the largest and consists of the various manuscript drafts and revisions, along with associated research and some publisher and promotion correspondence, all relating to sixteen books by Doig published between 1978 and 2015. The series of correspondence includes letters to and from other writers, publishers, and friends. Series four consists of essays, letters, and other materials by Doig on the process of writing and are not necessarily related to any given book title. His practice of taking notes on small pocket spiral notebooks, and also typing research findings or other writing ideas on note cards, are represented in two separate series. The note cards in particular relate back to the composition of Doig's books and some boxes bear the titles of those works. Other series include photographs, slides, audio and video recordings used for research purposes as well as readings and interviews with Ivan about his work. A series of material titled "Medical Journey" documents Doig's struggle with his final illness and includes both his own thoughts on the process as well as actual medical records. There is a small selection of Doig's favorite research books that were taken from his office library. Last, there is Carol Doig's personal papers, which document both her career as a writer and teacher, the deverlopment of their relationship, and their life together.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Arrangement

The arrangement and description of the collection closely follows a preliminary inventory created for the papers by Ms. Betty Mayfield, a close friend of the Doigs and the person who prepared the material for donation in 2015.

Series 1 Diaries and biographical information, 1971-2015

Series 2 Manuscripts

Series 3 Note Cards

Series 4 Writer's files

Series 5 Pocket Notebooks

Series 6 Correspondence

Series 7 Interviews and Readings

Series 8 Photographs

Series 9 Memorabilia

Series 10 General Research

Series 11 Medical Journey

Series 12 Research Books Series 13 Personal Papers

Acquisition Information

Diaries, literary manuscripts, research papers, legal documents, photographs and memorabilia created or collected by Ivan Doig were donated to Montana State University by Carol Doig of Seattle, Washington on October 1, 2015. Mrs. Doig donated additional materials in January 2016, August 2018, and August 2019.

Processing Note

This collection was initially processed 2016 January 13. Additions received in 2018 and 2019 were added in 2020-2021; processing included redacting personal information not only of Ivan and Carol Doig, but of others represented in teh collection, notably Mrs. Doig's students at Shoreline Community College.

Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

1:  Diaries and biographical information, 1959-2018Return to Top

2.8 linear feet, (7 boxes)

Daily record of Doig's activities, including minute details on writing work, meals, people encountered, and travel itineraries. Also included are diaries and other materials created during his Air Force service, calendars, and Ivan and Carol's Christmas letters.

The diaries were typed on 5" x 7" pages with the intention of storing them in small ring-clamp notebooks, and for many years supplemental material such as speeches, letters, newspaper clippings and other ephemera were punched with the same notebook holes and kept with the diary pages. This arrangement has been preserved. When used for content in individual books, Ivan removed some diary pages and placed them in book file folders of Series 2, Books and Other Writings. Photographs originally located in this series have been removed for placement in Series 8 and have had the removal indicated by an asterisk (*). The additional materials received in 2018 and 2019 are included in the series as boxes 5A and 5B.

Personal information, including Social Security numbers, has been redacted in both the analog and digital versions of these materials.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 1 1971
1 2 1971
1 3
  Diaries
September 25-December 30, 1972
1 4
  Diaries
1973
1 5 1974
1 6
  Diaries
1974
1 7
  Diaries
1975
1 8
  Diaries
1976
1 9
  Diaries
1977
1 10
  Diaries
1978
1 11
  Diaries
1979
1 12
Diaries
1979-1984
2 1
  Diaries
1980
2 2
  Diaries
1981
2 3
  Diaries
1982
2 4
  Diaries
1983
2 5
  Diaries
1984
2 6
  Diaries
1985
2 7
  Diaries
1986
2 8
  Diaries
1987
2 9
  Diaries
1988
2 10
  Diaries
1989
3 1
  Diaries
1990
3 2
  Diaries
1991
3 3
  Diaries
1992
3 4
  Diaries
1993
3 5
  Diaries
1994
3 6
  Diaries
1995
3 7
  Diaries
1996
3 8
  Diaries
1997
3 9
  Diaries
1998
3 10
  Diaries
1999
4 1
  Diaries
2000
4 2
  Diaries
2001
4 3
  Diaries
2002
4 4
  Diaries
2003
4 5
  Diaries
2004
4 6
  Diaries
2005
4 7
  Diaries
Per donor's request, redactions have been made to digital surrogate.
2006
4 8
  Diaries
2007
4 9
  Diaries
2008
4 10
  Diaries
2009
5 1
  Diaries
2010
5 2
  Diaries
2011
5 3
  Diaries
2012
5 4
  Diaries
2013
5 5
  Diaries
2014
5 6
  Diaries
2015
5 7
Biographical Information
5 8 December 1999
5 9
Northwestern University profile
5 10
Fellowship and grant applications, business cards, and other ephemera
5 11 1988
5A 1 1961-1963
5A 2 1962-1963
5A 3 1962-2005
5A 4 1976-1980
5A 5 1966-2014
5A 6 1959-2002
5A 7 1974
5A 8 1970
5A 9 1986-2018
5B 1 1995
5B 2 1998-2002
5B 3 2003-2006
5B 4 2007-2010
5B 5 2011-2014

2:  Manuscripts, 1982-2012Return to Top

31 linear feet, (78 boxes)
Carol Doig indicates that while Ivan was creating a story he used different colored paper to identify his progress. Random white pages were pulled from the working manuscript when changes were to be made and these would be replaced by edited pages. Yellow pages represent seminal thoughts and jottings, some of which would work their way into a finished manuscript. Finally, Ivan would use blue pages to indicate scenes he'd written later than the original manuscript. However, this pattern of work is not consistently represented in the various subseries of this collection. Doig also wrote a synopsis or book proposal at the beginning of each project. Some of these documents are filed with the individual book materials and others are found in the Publisher correspondence files. The following inventory represents, with very few exceptions, the original arrangement and folder titles provided by librarian Betty Mayfield who prepared the collection for donation. Some of these folder divisions originally contained hundreds of sheets which were divided into more convenient numbers during archival processing. In those cases, the original folder title is repeated in subsequent folder divisions and indicated by (cont.) If page numbers are present in any manuscript listings, those numbers are given after the (cont.) marker. An asterisk (*) following any folder listing indicates that photographic images or 35mm transparencies originally placed in that folder have been removed for listing in Series 8. All folder numbers appearing as blue hyperlinks will open a separate window and display a PDF file of the entire folder contents.
Container(s) Description Dates
1: The Bartender's Tale [Working title: Miss you When I'm Gone/The Rainbow Year]
2012
Box Folder
6 1
6 2
6 3
6 4
6 5
6 6
6 7
6 8
6 9
6 10
6 11
6 12
6 13
6 14
6 15
6 16
7 1
7 2
7 3
7 4
7 5
7 6
7 7
7 8
7 9
7 10
7 11
7 12
7 13
7 14
7 15
7 16
8 1
2: Bucking the Sun
1996
Box Folder
8 2
8 3
8 4
8 5
  Bucking the Sun – final version– copy edited manuscript and changes (cont.), pp. 76-150
Per donor's request, redactions have been made to digital surrogate.
8 6
8 7
8 8
8 9
8 10
8 11
9 1
9 2
9 3
9 4
Bucking the Sun – copy edited manuscript, pp. 1-75
9 5
Bucking the Sun – copy edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 76-150
9 6
Bucking the Sun – copy edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 151-225
9 7
Bucking the Sun – copy edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 226-300
9 8
Bucking the Sun – copy edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 301-375
9 9
Bucking the Sun – copy edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 376-450
9 10
Bucking the Sun – copy edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 451-525
9 11
Bucking the Sun – copy edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 526-600
9 12
Bucking the Sun – copy edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 601-675
9 13
Bucking the Sun – copy edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 676-750
10 1
Bucking the Sun – copy edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 751-825
10 2
Bucking the Sun – copy edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 826-925
10 3
Bucking the Sun – galley proof with edits, pp. 1-75
10 4
Bucking the Sun – galley proof with edits (cont.), pp. 76-150
10 5
Bucking the Sun – galley proof with edits (cont.), pp. 151-225
10 6
Bucking the Sun – galley proof with edits (cont.), pp. 226-300
10 7
Bucking the Sun – galley proof with edits (cont.), pp. 301-412
10 8
Bucking the Sun – additional galley proof with edits, pp. 1-76
10 9
Bucking the Sun – additional galley proof with edits (cont.), pp. 76-150
10 10
Bucking the Sun – additional galley proof with edits (cont.), pp. 151-225
10 11
Bucking the Sun – additional galley proof with edits (cont.), pp. 226-300
10 12
Bucking the Sun – additional galley proof with edits (cont.), pp. 301-412
11 1
11 2
11 3
11 4
11 5
11 6
11 7
12 1
12 2
12 3
12 4
12 5 Spring 1996
12 6
12 7
12 8
12 9
12 10
Bucking the Sun: Margaret Bourke-White LIFE proof sheets*
3: Dancing at the Rascal Fair [Working title: Scotch Heaven]
1987
Box Folder
13 1
13 2
13 3
13 4
13 5
13 6
13 7
13 8
14 1
Dancing at the Rascal Fair – proof with Ivan's corrections and changes, pp. 1-100
April 20, 1987
14 2
Dancing at the Rascal Fair – proof with Ivan's corrections and changes, (cont.) pp.101-200
April 20, 1987
14 3
Dancing at the Rascal Fair – proof with Ivan's corrections and changes, (cont.) pp. 201-300
April 20, 1987
14 4
Dancing at the Rascal Fair – proof with Ivan's corrections and changes, (cont.) pp. 301-405
April 20, 1987
14 5
Dancing at the Rascal Fair – proof with Ivan's corrections and changes, pp.1-100
May 18, 1987
14 6
Dancing at the Rascal Fair – proof with Ivan's corrections and changes (cont.), pp. 101-200
May 18, 1987
14 7
Dancing at the Rascal Fair – proof with Ivan's corrections and changes (cont.), pp. 201-300
May 18, 1987
14 8
Dancing at the Rascal Fair – proof with Ivan's corrections and changes (cont.), pp. 301-403
May 18, 1987
14 9
14 10
14 12
14 13
15 1
15 2
15 3
15 4
15 5
15 6
15 7
16 1 1985-1986
16 2 November-December 1985
16 3 December 1985
16 4 January 1986
16 5 March 1986
16 6 Summer 1986
16 7 May-June 1986
16 8 June 1986
16 9 June 1986
17 1
17 2
17 3
17 4
17 5
17 6
17 7
17 8
17 9
18 1
18 2
18 3
18 4
18 5
18 6
18 7
18 8
18 9
18 10
19 1
19 2
19 3
19 4
19 5
19 6
19 7
19 8
19 9
19 10
19 11
19 12 1996
19 13
19 14
19 15
4: The Eleventh Man [Working title: String of Pearls]
2008
Box Folder
20 1
The Eleventh Man – Ivan's changes on Harcourt printout
20 2
20 3
20 4
20 5
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan's edited manuscript with Ivan's changes, pp. 1-75
20 6
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan's edited manuscript with Ivan's changes (cont.), pp. 76-150
20 7
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan's edited manuscript with Ivan's changes (cont.), pp. 151-225
20 8
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan's edited manuscript with Ivan's changes (cont.), pp. 226-300
20 9
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan's edited manuscript with Ivan's changes (cont.), pp. 300-399
20 10
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan's edited manuscript, correspondence
20 11
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan's edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 1-75
20 12
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan's edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 76-150
20 13
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan's edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 151-225
20 14
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan's edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 226-300
20 15
The Eleventh Man – Becky Saletan's edited manuscript (cont.), pp. 301-396
21 1 February 2008
21 2
21 3
21 4
21 5
21 6
21 7
21 8
21 9 January 2008
21 10 January 2008
21 11 January 2008
21 12 January 2008
21 13 January 2008
21 14
22 1
22 2
The Eleventh Man – master copyedited page proofs with corrections, pp. i-60
22 3
The Eleventh Man – master copyedited page proofs with corrections (cont.), pp. 61-150
22 4
The Eleventh Man – master copyedited page proofs with corrections (cont.), pp. 151-225
22 5
The Eleventh Man – master copyedited page proofs with corrections (cont.), pp. 226-319
22 6
The Eleventh Man – master copyedited page proofs with corrections (cont.), pp. 320-406
22 7
22 8
22 9
22 10
22 11
22 12
22 13
22 14
23 1
23 2
23 3
23 4
23 5
23 6
23 7
23 8
23 9
23 10
23 11
23 12
23 13
23 14
23 15
23 16
23 17
23 18
23 19
23 20
23 21
24 1
24 2
24 3
24 4
  Hill 57
24 5
24 6
24 7
24 8
24 9
24 10
24 11
24 12
24 13
24 14
24 15
24 16
24 17
24 18
25 1
25 2
25 3
25 4
25 5
25 6
25 7
25 8
25 9
5: English Creek (1984) [Working title: Scotch Heaven]
1984
Box
26
27
Folder
28 1
28 2
28 3
English Creek – Printers proof first, with edits
28 4
English Creek – Printers proof first, with edits (cont.)
28 5
English Creek – Printers proof first
28 6
English Creek – Printers proof first (cont.)
28 7
29 1
29 2
29 3
29 4
29 5
29 6
29 7
29 8
29 9
30 2
30 3
30 4
30 5
30 6
30 7
30 8
30 9
30 10
30 11
31 1
31 2
31 3
31 4
31 5
31 6
31 7
31 8
31 9
31 10
31 11
31 12
6: Heart Earth
1993
Box Folder
32 1
32 2
32 3
Heart Earth – Ivan's sets of galley proofs, pp. i-75
32 4
Heart Earth – Ivan's sets of galley proofs (cont.), pp. 76-156
32 5
32 6
32 7
32 8
32 9
32 10
32 11
33 1
33 2
33 3
33 4
33 5
33 6
33 7
33 8
33 9
33 10
33 11
33 12
34 1
34 2
34 3
34 4
7: Last Bus to Wisdom [Working title: The Dog Bus; The Glory Bus]
2015
Box Folder
35 1
Last Bus to Wisdom – manuscript with Ivan's last edits before proofs, pp. i-100
35 2
Last Bus to Wisdom – manuscript with Ivan's last edits before proofs (cont.), pp. 101-200
35 3
Last Bus to Wisdom – manuscript with Ivan's last edits before proofs (cont.), pp. 201-300
35 4
Last Bus to Wisdom – manuscript with Ivan's last edits before proofs (cont.), pp. 301-423
35 5
Last Bus – manuscript editor's final edits, Ivan reviewed through p. 240, i-100
35 6
Last Bus – manuscript editor's final edits, Ivan reviewed through p. 240 (cont.), pp. 101-200
35 7
Last Bus – manuscript editor's final edits, Ivan reviewed through p. 240 (cont.), pp. 201-300
35 8
Last Bus – manuscript editor's final edits, Ivan reviewed through p. 240 (cont.), pp. 301-400
35 9
Last Bus – manuscript editor's final edits, Ivan reviewed through p. 240 (cont.), pp. 401-478
35 10
Last Bus to Wisdom – Ivan's proof, pp. i-100
December 4, 2014
36 1
Last Bus to Wisdom – Ivan's proof, (cont.), pp. 101-200
December 4, 2014
36 2
Last Bus to Wisdom – Ivan's proof, (cont.), pp. 201-300
December 4, 2014
36 3
Last Bus to Wisdom – Ivan's proof, (cont.), pp. 301-400
December 4, 2014
36 4
Last Bus to Wisdom – Ivan's proof, (cont.), pp. 401-454
December 4, 2014
36 5 December 2014
36 6 December 2014
36 7 December 2014
36 8 December 2014
36 9 December 2014
36 10 April 2015
36 11 April 2015
37 1 April 2015
37 2
37 3
37 4
37 5
37 6
37 7
37 8
38 1
38 2
38 3
38 4
38 5
38 6
38 7
38 8
38 9
38 10
39 1
39 2
39 3
39 4
39 5
39 6
39 7
39 8
39 9
39 10
39 11
Last Bus to Wisdom – research, fancy dancing (Crow Fair)
39 12
39 13
39 14
39 15
40 1
40 2
40 3
40 4
40 5 1957
40 6
40 7
40 8
40 9
40 10
40 11
40 12
40 13
40 14
40 15
40 16
40 17
40 18
40 19
Last Bus to Wisdom Pocket Notebooks (cont.)
40 20
40 21
40 22
40 23
40 24
40 25
40 26
40A 1 2014
40A 2 2014
8: Mountain Time
1999
Box Folder
41 1 June 1998
41 2 June 1998
41 3 June 1998
41 4 June 1998
41 5
41 6
41 7
41 8
41 9
41 10
41 11
Mountain Time – galley with corrections, pp. 51-276
41 12
Mountain Time – galley with corrections (cont.), pp. 1-75
41 13
Mountain Time – galley with corrections (cont.), pp. 76-150
42 1
Mountain Time – galley with corrections (cont.), pp. 151-225
42 2
Mountain Time – galley with corrections (cont.), pp. 226-316
42 3
42 4
42 5
42 6
42 7
42 8
42 9
42 10
42 11
42 12
42 13
42 14
43 1
43 2
43 3
43 4
43 5
43 6
43 7
43 8
Mountain Time – checking material (cont.)
43 9
43 10
43 11
9: Prairie Nocturne
2003
Box Folder
44 1
44 2
44 3
44 4
44 5
44 6
44 7
44 8
Prairie Nocturne – copyedited manuscript, pp. 1-75
44 9
Prairie Nocturne – copyedited manuscript (cont.), pp. 76-150
44 10
e>Prairie Nocturne – copyedited manuscript (cont.), pp. 151-225
44 11
Prairie Nocturne – copyedited manuscript (cont.), pp. 226-300
44 12
Prairie Nocturne – copyedited manuscript (cont.), pp. 302-375
44 13
Prairie Nocturne – copyedited manuscript (cont.), pp. 376-460
45 1
Prairie Nocturne – copyedited manuscript (cont.), pp. 461-545
45 2
Prairie Nocturne page proofs, pp. i-75
45 3
Prairie Nocturne page proofs (cont.), pp. 76-150
45 4
Prairie Nocturne page proofs (cont.), pp. 151-225
45 5
Prairie Nocturne page proofs (cont.), pp. 226-300
45 6
Prairie Nocturne page proofs (cont.), pp. 301-374
45 7 September 2002
45 8 September 2002
45 9 September 2002
45 10 September 2002
45 11 September 2002
45 12 September 2002
45 13 September 2002
46 1 September 2002
46 2 September 2002
46 3
46 4
46 5
46 6
46 7
46 8
Prairie Nocturne – manuscript with corrections (cont.), pp. 395-455
46 9
46 10
46 11
46 12
46 13 May 11, 2000
47 1 March 31, 2001
47 2
47 3
47 4
47 5
47 6
47 7 2002
47 8
47 9
47 10
47 11 June 17, 2000
47 12 August 18, 2000
47 13
47 14
47 15
47 16
47 17 September 2000
47 18 November 2000
47 19 November 2000
47 20
48 1
48 2
48 3
48 4
48 5
48 6
48 7
48 8
48 9
48 10
48 11
48 12
48 13
48 14
48 15
48 16
48 17
48 18
49 1
49 2
49 3
49 4
10: Ride With Me, Mariah Montana
1990
Box Folder
50 1
50 2
50 3
50 4
50 5
Ride With Me, Mariah Montana proof (photocopy) with Ivan's corrections and changes
51 1
Ride With Me, Mariah Montana – manuscript marked for printer, pp. 1-50
51 2
Ride With Me, Mariah Montana – manuscript marked for printer (cont.), pp. 51-125
51 3
Ride With Me, Mariah Montana – manuscript marked for printer (cont.), pp. 126-200
51 4
Ride With Me, Mariah Montana – manuscript marked for printer (cont.), pp. 201-275
51 5
Ride With Me, Mariah Montana – manuscript marked for printer (cont.), pp. 276-375
51 6
Ride With Me, Mariah Montana – manuscript marked for printer (cont.), pp. 376-475
51 7
Ride With Me, Mariah Montana – manuscript marked for printer (cont.), pp. 476-560
51 8
Ride With Me, Mariah Montana – manuscript marked for printer (cont.), pp. 561-637
51 9
52 1
52 2
52 3
52 4
52 5
52 6
53 1
53 2
53 3
53 4
53 5
53 6
53 7
54 1
54 2
54 3
54 4
54 5
54 6 1990
11: The Sea Runners
(1982)
Box
55
Folder
56 1
56 2
56 3
56 4
56 5
The Sea Runners – galley master proofs with corrections
56 6
The Sea Runners – galley master proofs with corrections (cont.)
56 7
The Sea Runners – galley master proofs with corrections (cont.)
56 8
The Sea Runners – galley master proofs with corrections (cont.)
56 9
The Sea Runners – galley master proofs with corrections (cont.)
57 1
The Sea Runners – galley master proofs with corrections (cont.)
57 2
The Sea Runners – galley master proofs with corrections (cont.)
57 3
The Sea Runners – galley master proofs with corrections (cont.)
57 4 December 21, 1981
57 5 December 21, 1981
57 6 December 21, 1981
57 7
57 8
58 1
58 2
58 3
58 4
58 5
58 6
58 7
58 8
58 9
58 10
58 11 January 1982
58 12 June 1981
58 13 June 1981
58 14 January-June 1981
59 1 Spring 1981
59 2 Spring 1981
59 3 Spring 1981
59 4 March 1981
59 5 February 1981
59 6
59 7
59 8
59 9
59 10
59 11
59 12
59 13
59 14
59 15
60 1
60 2
60 3
60 4
60 5
60 6
60 7
60 8
60 9
60 10
60 11
60 12
60 13
60 14
60 15
12: Sweet Thunder
2013
Box Folder
61 1
61 2
61 3
Sweet Thunder – copyedited manuscript with corrections, pp. 1-75
61 4
Sweet Thunder – copyedited manuscript with corrections (cont.), pp. 27-150
61 5
Sweet Thunder – copyedited manuscript with corrections (cont.), pp. 151-225
61 6
Sweet Thunder – copyedited manuscript with corrections (cont.), pp. 226-295
61 7
Sweet Thunder – Ivan's manuscript marked with corrections, pp. 1-7
March 2013
61 8
Sweet Thunder – Ivan's manuscript marked with corrections (cont.), pp. 76-150
March 2013
61 9
Sweet Thunder – Ivan's manuscript marked with corrections (cont.), pp. 151-229
March 2013
61 10
Sweet Thunder – Ivan's manuscript marked with corrections (cont.), pp. 230-308
March 2013
61 11
Sweet Thunder – copyedited manuscript with corrections, pp. 1-75
February 2013
61 12
Sweet Thunder – copyedited manuscript with corrections (cont.), pp. 76-150
February 2013
62 1
Sweet Thunder – copyedited manuscript with corrections (cont.), pp. 151-225
February 2013
62 2
Sweet Thunder – copyedited manuscript with corrections (cont.), pp. 226-295
February 2013
62 3
62 4
62 5
62 6
62 7
13: This House of Sky [Working title: Deathday; Time Since; and The Hills West of Noon]
1977
Box
63
Folder
62 8
62 9
62 10
62 11
62 12
62 13
64 1
64 2
64 3
64 4
64 5
64 6
64 7
64 8 1975
64 9 1975
64 10 1975
64 11
64 12
64 13
64 14
65 1
65 2
65 3
65 4 1977
65 5
65 6
65 7
65 8
65 9
65 10
65 11
65 12
65 13
65 14
14: The Whistling Season
2006
Box Folder
66 1
66 2
66 3
66 4
66 5
66 6
66 7 June 2005
66 8 June 2005
66 9 June 2005
66 10 June 2005
66 11 June 2005
66 12 May 2005
66 13 May 2005
67 1 May 2005
67 2 May 2005
67 3 May 2005
67 4
The Whistling Season – manuscript proof with corrections, pp. 2-75
67 5
The Whistling Season – manuscript proof with corrections (cont.), pp. 76-150
67 6
The Whistling Season – manuscript proof with corrections (cont.), pp. 151-225
67 7
The Whistling Season – manuscript proof with corrections (cont.), pp. 226-300
67 8
The Whistling Season – manuscript proof with corrections (cont.), pp. 301-346
67 9
67 10
67 11
67 12
67 13
67 14
67 15
68 1
68 2
15: Winter Brothers [Working title: Winter Light]
1980
Box
69
Folder
68 3
68 4
68 5
Winter Brothers – Author's galley proof with corrections
68 6
Winter Brothers – Author's galley proof with corrections (cont.)
68 7
Winter Brothers – Author's galley proof with corrections (cont.)
68 8
Winter Brothers – Author's galley proof with corrections (cont.)
68 9
Winter Brothers – Author's galley proof with corrections (cont.)
68 10
Winter Brothers – copyedited manuscript
April 1980
68 11
Winter Brothers – copyedited manuscript (cont.)
April 1980
68 12
Winter Brothers – copyedited manuscript (cont.)
April 1980
68 13
Winter Brothers – copyedited manuscript (cont.)
April 1980
70 1
Winter Brothers – copyedited manuscript (cont.)
April 1980
70 2 March 1980
70 3 March 1980
70 4 March 1980
70 5 March 1980
70 6 March 1980
70 7 December 1979
70 8 December 1979
70 9 December 1979
70 10 December 1979
70 11 December 1979
70 12 December 1979
70 13 December 1979
71 1 December 1979
71 2 December 1979
71 3 December 1979
71 4 December 1979
71 5
71 6
71 7
71 8
71 9
71 10
71 11 October 5, 1979
71 12 late September 1979
71 13 late September 1979
71 14 late September 1979
71 15
72 1
72 2
72 3
72 4
72 5 December 12, [1979]
72 6
72 7
72 8
72 9
72 10
72 11 November 1980
72 12 1983
72 13
72 14
16: Work Song
2010
Box Folder
73 1
73 2
Work Song – proof with edits
February 2010
73 3
Work Song – proof with edits (cont.)
February 2010
73 4
Work Song – proof with edits (cont.)
February 2010
73 5
Work Song – proof with edits (cont.)
February 2010
73 6
73 7
73 8
73 9
73 10
73 11
73 12
73 13
73 14
74 1
74 2
74 3
74 4
74 5
74 6
74 7
74 8
74 9
74 10
74 11
74 12
74 13
75 1
75 2
75 3
75 4
75 5
75 6
75 7
75 8
75 9
75 10
75 11
75 12
17: Other Writings
These writings include speeches, readings, interviews, compilations, introductions, forewords, book reviews and fugitive pieces that date back to College days.
Box Folder
75 13
75 14 1958-1959
75 15
75 16
75 17 January 2014
75 18 September 28, 2013
75 19 January 25, 2013
75 20 May 24, 2012
75 21 October 14, 2010
75 22 April 19, 2010
75 23 October 3, 2008
75 24 September 23, 2008
75 25 May 16, 2008
76 1 October 28, 2006
76 2 July 22, 2006
76 3 April 2, 2006
76 4 September 15, 2005
76 5 September 6, 2001
75 6 July 14, 2000
76 7 April 15, 2000
76 8 November 19, 1999
76 9 November 5, 1999
76 10 October 16, 1999
76 11 September 22, 1998
76 12 August 1999
76 13 September 17, 1999
76 14 May 6, 1998
76 15 March 24, 1997
75 16 November 14, 1996
76 17 October 2, 1993
76 18 May 1993
77 1 December 1992
77 2 October 19, 1990
77 3 1989
77 4 March 1, 2001
77 5 July 1985
77 6 circa 1980
77 7
77 8
77 9
77 10
77 11
77 12 August 2, 2014
77 13 October 6-8, 2013
77 14 October 4, 2013
77 15 October 7, 2012
77 16 December 11, 2002
77 17 October 8, 2012
77 18 [Undated]
77 19 October 8, 2010
77 20 October 28, 2006
77 21 June 26, 2006
77 22 May 6, 2006
77 23 March 17, 2006
77 24 2005
77 25 April 22, 2005
77 26 October 23, 2004
77 27 2003
77 28 November 9, 2000
78 1 May 15, 2000
78 2 September 25, 1999
78 3 May 16, 1998
78 4 [Undated]
78 5 September 1999
78 6 August 20, 1999
78 7 February 1999
78 8 June 16, 1996
78 9 1996
78 10 1994
78 11 [Undated]
78 12 [Undated]
78 13
78 14
78 15
78 16
78 17
78 18 October 5, 2012
78 19
78 20
78 21
79 1
79 2
79 3
79 4
79 5
79 6 September 13-14, 2007
79 7 November 13, 2006
79 8
79 9
79 10
79 11 [Undated]
79 12
79 13
79 14
Reviews and Interviews
Box Folder
79 15
79 16
79 17
79 18
80 1 1995-2014
80 2 1995-2014
80 3 1995-2014
80 4 1982-1994
80 5 1982-1994
80 6 1982-1994
81 1
81 2 1997
81 3 September/October 2000
81 4 May 27, 1999
81 5
81 6 1995
81 7 Spring 2002
81 8 November 30, 2007
81 9 August 26, 2009
81 10
81 11 2012
81 12 December 2013
Book Reviews written by Ivan Doig
Box Folder
81 13
81 14
81 15
81 16 May 1992
81 17
81 18 Winter 1993
Literary odds and ends
Box Folder
81 19 September 26, 2005
81 20
81 21
81 22 September-November 2012
81 23 Summer 2007
81 24
82 1 2004
82 2 April 15, 2001
82 3 1999
82 4 December 17, 1997
82 5 1996
82 6 1996
82 7
82 8 May 11, 1986
82 9 1986
82 10 1981
82 11 September 17, 1978
82 12 1975-1978
82 13 1975-1978
82 14 1976
82 15
82 16 1966
82 17
82 18
82 19
83 1
83 2
Poetry
Box Folder
83 3
  Poetry
circa 1968-2005
83 4 circa 1968-2005
83 5
83 6 2016
Additional writings
Additional writings, box 185 folders 2-10, added to the collection in August 2018.
Box Folder
185 2 March 2000
185 3 1989-1991
185 4
Newspaper clippings
Box Folder
185 5 1969-1982
185 6 1987-1990
185 7 1972-1990
185 8 1978-1982
185 9 1982
185 10 1990

3:  Note CardsReturn to Top

32 linear feet, (32 boxes)

These 5x8" notecards contain words, phrases, sentences, character traits, plot, landscapes and ideas that are incorporated into Doig's writing. Many of the terms and concepts were likely taken from the pocket notebooks in Series 5 as well as the notes found written on the yellow legal pads found throughout Series 2.

Doig's original arrangement has been retained. The numbered tabs in each box refer to the cards preceding the tabs. Occasionally Doig would remove cards and place them within a working manuscript for referral, or sort them in a different manner depending on the composition he was working on. As a result, some of the tabs mark sections that are completely empty, yet they have been retained to assist in demonstrating his original intent. These tabs are so marked.
Container(s) Description Dates
The Bartender's Tale (winnowed for The Last Bus to Wisdom)
Box tab
84 1
  Plot
84 2
84 3
  Details
84 4
84 5
84 6
  Lingo
84 7
  Rusty
84 8
  Zoe
84 9
84 10
  Proxy
84 11
84 12
84 13
84 14
84 15
84 16
84 17
84 18
84 19
84 20
  Supper
84 21
  House
84 22
  Taper
84 23
84 24
84 25
84 26
84 27
  Lood
84 28
Bucking the Sun
Box tab
85 1
85 2 1938
85 3
85 4
85 5
85 6
85 7
85 8
85 9
  Scene, Meg and Wheeler
Per donor's request, redactions have been made to digital surrogate.
85 10
85 11 1933
85 12
85 13
Scene, Dam overview (empty)
85 14
Scene, Rosellen and Neil (empty)
85 15
85 16
Scene, Meg at the door (empty)
85 17 1933-1935
85 18
Scene, Darius in Scotland (empty)
85 19
85 20
85 21
Scene, Easter and Darius (empty)
85 22 1934-1935
85 23 1991
85 24
85 25
85 26
85 27
85 28
85 29
85 30
85 31
85 32
85 33
85 34
85 35
85 36 1936
85 37
85 38
85 39
85 40
85 41
Scene, eclipse (empty)
85 42
85 43
85 44
Ch. 6 Flood and Eclipse (empty)
85 45 1937
85 46
85 47
85 48
Ch. 8 Slippage (empty)
1938
85 49 1991
85 50
Ch. 10 In the Truck (empty)
1938
85 51
  Duffs
85 52
85 53
85 54
85 55
85 56
86 1
  Plot
86 2
86 3
Meg/Darius (empty)
86 4
Rhonda/Hue (Jack) (empty)
86 5
86 6
Charlene/Darius (Owen-Proxy) (empty)
86 7
Proxy/Rosellen (empty)
86 8
Rhonda/Neil (empty)
86 9
  Sheriff
86 10
86 11
86 12
86 13
  Mott
86 14
  Jaraala
86 15
Landscape (transferred to Whistling Season "country" category) (empty)
86 16
  Details
1930's
86 17
86 18
Fort Peck town life (transferred to 11th man) (empty)
86 19
86 20
86 21
86 22
86 23
86 24
Weather (transferred to Whistling Season)
86 25
86 26
86 27
  Ideas
86 28
86 29
86 30
86 31
Christian (empty)
86 32
  Engler
86 33
86 34
Field (MHS) (empty)
86 35
Ford (empty)
86 36
  Friedt
86 37
Gruar (empty)
86 38
  Gwynn
86 39
  Hamlet
86 40
Homesteaders details (empty)
86 41
Homesteaders letters (empty)
86 42
  Inman
86 43
86 44
  Klatle
86 45
  Laubach
86 46
Mast (empty)
86 47
86 48
86 49
  Perkins
86 51
  Sheble
86 52
86 53
86 54
86 55
86 56
  Waller
86 57
  Weydert
86 58
Oral Histories (empty)
Dancing at the Rascal Fair
Box tab
87 1
  Stanley
87 2
87 3
87 4
87 5
87 6
  Plot
87 7
  Sources
87 8
87 9
87 10
87 11
87 12
87 13
  Poems
87 14
87 15
Scotland (empty)
1889
87 16 1890
87 17 1891-1892
87 18 1893
87 19
  Anna
1894
87 20
  Dair
1895
87 21
Scotch Heaven (empty)
1896-1897
87 22
  Varick
1898-1908
87 23 1909-1913
87 24
  Anna
1914
87 25
Rob (empty)
1915
87 26
  Varick
1916-1917
87 27 1918
87 28
  Winter
1919
87 29
87 30
87 31
Adair Barclay (empty)
87 32
87 33
87 34
87 35
87 36
87 37
87 38
  Used
87 39
87 40
The Eleventh Man
Box tab
88 1
89 1
  Plot
89 2
89 3
  Details
89 4
  WWII
89 5
  TSU
89 6
East Base (empty)
89 7
89 8
89 9
  TPWP
89 10
  Planes
89 11
89 12
89 13
89 14
Animal Angelides (empty)
89 15
Wallace Pennington (empty)
89 16
89 17
89 18
Carl Friessen (empty)
89 19
89 20
89 21
89 22
  Coach
89 23
89 24
89 25
89 26
  WASPD
89 27
  Maurice
89 28
  Senator
89 29
  Jones
89 30
89 31
Minor Characters (empty)
89 32
89 33
  Movies
89 34
  Sources
89 35 1944
89 36
89 37
89 38
Danzen's Ship (empty)
89 39
  Guam
89 40
Belgium (empty)
89 41
Ben in Route (empty)
89 42
89 43
89 44
89 45
89 46
89 47
  Tepee
89 48
89 49
  Bulge
December 16
89 50
89 51
89 52
89 53
89 54
The Senator (empty)
89 55
Xmas Eve (empty)
89 56
  London
89 57
89 58
  Adds
89 59
  Unused
English Creek (winnowed in November 2002 for Whistling Season and others)
Box tab
90 1
  Mac
90 2
  Beth
90 3
  Jick
90 4
  Alee
90 5
  Leona
90 6
  Stanley
90 7
  Hebners
90 8
  Blank
90 9
  Heaneys
90 10
90 11
Gros Ventre Characters (empty)
90 12
90 13
90 14
  Details
90 15
  Details
1930's
90 16 1939
90 17
Sheep (empty)
90 18
  Weather
90 19
90 20
  Haying
90 21
Gros Ventre (empty)
90 22
Food (empty)
90 23
  Sources
90 24
  Plot
90 25
Mont. Trip (empty)
1981
90 26 1982
90 27 1983
90 28
  Misc.
90 29
90 30
90 31
  Adds
90 32
90 33
90 34
90 35
  Used
Heart Earth
Box tab
91 1
91 2
91 3
91 4
Berneta (empty)
91 5
  Charlie
91 6
  Bessie
91 7
  Wally
91 8
  Ivan
91 9
  Phoenix
1944 February 5
91 10
91 11
91 12
  Xmas
1944
91 13
  W'burg
March 7
91 14
Cabin: desert (empty)
91 15
91 16
91 17
  WSS
April 8
91 18
  Winona
91 19
  Grandma
91 20
  Maudlow
May 4
91 21 1962
91 22
91 23
  Mudhole
91 24
Maudlow (empty)
June 15
91 25
91 26
  Inserts
91 27
Phrasing (empty)
91 28
91 29
91 30
  Arizona
91 31
  Montana
91 32
Landscape (empty)
91 33
Weather (empty)
91 34
  Details
91 35
Ideas (empty)
91 36
  Letters
91 37
Photo details (empty)
91 38
The Last Bus to Wisdom (the Dog Bus)
Box tab
92 1
  Donal
92 2
  Herman
92 3
  Kate
92 4
  Gram
92 5
92 6
  Places
92 7
92 8
  Rodeo
92 9
Gestures (empty)
92 10
  ADD
92 11
  Finds
92 12
92 13
92 14
  Welty
92 15
  Plot
92 16
  Details
92 17
  Used
93 1
93 2
93 3
93 4
Mountain Time
Box tab
94 1
  Plot
94 2
94 3
  Titles
94 4
94 5
  Jocelyn
94 6
Lyle Rozier (empty)
94 7
  Lexa
94 8
  Mariah
94 9
94 10
Weather (empty)
94 11
  Details
94 12
  Food
94 13
VFW club (empty)
94 14
94 15
Twin Sulphur Springs (empty)
94 16
Seattle (empty)
94 17
Bob Marshall Wilderness (empty)
94 18
Montana landscapes (empty)
94 19
94 20
Scene 2 Mitch rollerblading (empty)
94 21
94 22
94 23
94 24
Scene 6 Lexa @ zoo (empty)
94 25
94 26
  Alaska
94 27
94 28
94 29
94 30
94 31
94 32
Mitch and Mariah (empty)
94 33
94 34
94 35
94 36
94 37
  Finale
Prairie Nocturne
Box tab
95 1
  Plot
95 2
95 3
  Ideas
95 4
95 5
95 6
95 7
95 8
95 9
  Ninian
95 10
Flora (empty)
95 11
  Adair
95 12
  Whit
95 13
  Angus
95 14
95 15
Susan's voice and diary (empty)
95 16
95 17
95 18
  WW
95 19
  Details
1920
95 20
95 21
  WWI
95 22
95 23
95 24
95 25
95 26
95 27
95 28
95 29
95 30
95 31
  Gospel
95 32
  Klan
95 33
95 34
95 35
95 36
95 37
95 38
95 39
Wes and Susan (empty)
95 40
95 41
Monty's concert (empty)
95 42
95 43
95 44
95 45
95 46
95 47
95 48
95 49
95 50
  Striper
95 51
95 52
  Sources
95 53
95 54
  Adds
Ride With Me, Mariah Montana
Box tab
96 1
96 2
  Moiese
96 3
96 4
  Butte
96 5
96 6
  Helena
96 7
96 8
Details (empty)
96 9
  Ranch
96 10
96 11
96 12
96 13
  Shelby
96 15
96 16
96 17
96 18
96 19
96 20
96 21
96 22
  Ekalaka
96 23
96 24
96 25
97 1
  Plot
97 2
97 3
97 4
  Jick
97 5
  Mariah
97 6
97 7
  Riley
97 8
  Leona
97 9
97 10
97 11
97 12
  Bars
97 12 1989
97 14
97 15
97 16
  Weather
97 17
  Scenery
97 18
Dialogue (empty)
97 19
Details (empty)
97 20
Bob Marshall (empty)
97 21
97 22
97 23
  Details
97 24
97 25
Two Medicine country (empty)
97 26
The Sea Runners
Box tab
98 1
  Used
98 2
  Ms adds
98 3
99 1
99 2
99 3
99 4
99 5
  Braaf
99 6
99 7
  Sources
99 8
Coastal details (empty)
99 9
99 10
99 11
  Sitka
99 12
99 13
  Misc.
99 14
Sweet Thunder (winnowed for The Last Bus to Wisdom)
Box tab
100 1
100 2
100 3
This House of Sky
Box tab
101 3
  Lady
101 4
101 5
101 6
  Endings
101 7
  Prisms
101 8
General (empty)
101 9
101 10
  Detail
101 11
Landscape and weather (empty)
101 12
  Used
101 13
Sheep (empty)
101 14
Dad (empty)
101 15
The Whistling Season (winnowed for The Eleventh Man)
Box tab
102 1
Paul (empty)
102 2
  Damon
102 4
  Oliver
102 5
  Rose
102 6
102 7
102 8
102 9
102 10
Characters (empty)
102 11
The Myrdals (empty)
102 12
The Johannsons (empty)
102 13
The Calhouns (empty)
102 14
The Petersons (empty)
102 15
The Drobnys (empty)
102 16
The Kratkas (empty)
102 17
The Fletchers (empty)
102 18
Carnelian Craig (empty)
102 19
The Pranovosts (empty)
102 20
The Stinsons (empty)
102 21
Eddie Turley (empty)
102 22
The Stoyanous (empty)
102 23
The Rellises (empty)
102 24
Vivian Pease (empty)
102 25
Maggie Erich (empty)
102 26
102 27
102 28
Christmas (empty)
102 29
Poems/Songs (empty)
102 30
  Latin
102 31
102 32
102 33
102 34
102 35
  Haying
102 36
102 37
102 38
  Valier
102 39
  Boxing
102 40
102 41
  Latin
102 42
  School
102 43
15 Latin etc. (empty)
102 44
  Washing
102 45
  Orrary
102 46
102 47
16 orrary to Toby's toe (empty)
102 48
102 49
  Brose
102 50
17 Rose nursing to Eddie leaving (empty)
102 51
Harry Taggart (empty)
102 52
102 53
102 54
102 55
Rose-Oliver wedding (empty)
102 56
Finale (empty)
102 57
19 swans and finale (empty)
102 58
  Plot
102 59
102 60
102 61
  Details
102 62
  Dreams
102 63
102 64
  Sources
102 65
Winter Brothers
Box tab
103 1
  Day 1
103 2
  Day 2
103 3
  Day 3
103 4
  Day 4
103 5
  Day 5
103 6
103 7
  Day 11
103 8
Day 12 (empty)
103 9
  Day 13
103 10
  Day 14
103 11
  Day 15
103 12
  Day 16
103 13
Day 17 (empty)
103 14
  Day 18
103 15
  Day 19
103 16
  Day 20
103 17
  Day 21
103 18
Day 22 (empty)
103 19
  Day 23
103 20
  Day 24
103 21
103 22
  Day 28
103 23
Day 29 (empty)
103 24
  Day 30
103 25
  Day 31
103 26
  Day 32
103 27
103 28
Day 34 (empty)
103 29
  Day 35
103 30
103 31
  Day 39
103 32
Day 40 (empty)
103 33
  Day 41
103 34
  Day 42
103 35 February 1
103 36
  Day 44
103 37
103 38
Day 48 (empty)
103 39
  Day 49
103 40
  Day 50
103 41
103 42
  Day 55
103 43
  Day 56
103 44
  Day 57
103 45
  Day 58
103 46
  Day 59
103 47
  Day 60
103 48
103 49
Day 63 (empty)
103 50
  Day 64
103 51
Day 65 (empty)
103 52
Day 66 (empty)
103 53
Day 67 (empty)
103 54
  Day 68
103 55
  Day 69
103 56
Day 70 (empty)
103 57
Day 71 (empty)
103 58
  Day 72
103 59
  Day 73
103 60
Day 74 (empty)
103 61
  Day 75
103 62
  Day 76
103 63
Day 77 (empty)
103 64
  Day 78
103 65
  Day 79
103 66
Day 80 (empty)
103 67
Day 81 (empty)
103 68
Days 82, 83 (empty)
103 69
  Day 84
103 70
103 71
  Day 88
103 72
103 73
104 1
104 2
104 3
Ideas (empty)
104 4
Phrasing (empty)
104 5
104 6
  Misc.
104 7
  Unused
104 8
104 9
Me (empty)
104 10
  Weather
104 11
  Birds
104 12
  Makahs
104 13
  Swan
104 14
104 15
Olympic peninsula (empty)
104 16
Frontier (empty)
104 17
  Chinook
Work Song
Box tab
105 1
  Plot
105 2
105 3
  Details
105 4
  1919
105 5
  Butte
105 6
  Wake
105 7
  Library
105 8
  Morrie
105 9
  Rab
105 10
105 11
105 12
105 13
105 14
  Griff
105 15
  Coop
105 16
  Kids
105 17
105 18
105 19
Minor characters (empty)
105 20
105 21
105 22
  Sources
105 23
105 24
  Adds
105 25
  Used
105 26
105 27
105 28
105 29
105 30
105 31
Prairie Nocturne and speeches, Whistling Season, 11th Man
2000
Box tab
106 1
106 2
  General
Winnowed and sorted material for a variety of books
Box tab
107 1 November 2009
107 2
Unwritten books -Traveler in White space and Water Like a Stone
Box tab
108 1
108 2
Traveler in White Space – Technique (empty)
108 3
108 4
108 5
108 6
108 7
108 8
108 9
108 10
108 11
108 12
108 13
108 14
108 15
Unwritten books -The Rainbow Rope and The Glass Sea
Box tab
109 1
  Plot
109 2
109 3
  AF Base
109 4
Missile Crisis (empty)
109 5
  Detail
1960's
109 6
  Keith
109 7
  Frew
109 8
  Sgt.
109 9
109 10
  Lingo
109 11
109 12
109 13
  Sources
109 14
The Glass Sea (empty)
109 15
  Plot
109 16
109 17
109 18
109 19
  Details
1930
109 20
  Spain
109 21
TV hearings (empty)
109 22
  Sources
109 23
Characters (empty)
DARE (Dictionary of American Regional English) and Scotchisms
Box tab
110 1
110 2
110 3
Scotch (empty)
Box
111
Lingo
Box tab
112 1
112 2
  Cussing
112 3
  Jokes
112 4
112 5
Phrasing/Dialog/Minor Characters
Box tab
113 1
113 2
113 3
113 4
  Verbs
113 5
113 6
113 7
Lisabeth (empty)
113 8
Varick McCaskill (empty)
113 9
(empty)
1897
113 10
Possible adds (empty)
Speeches
Box tab
114 1
114 2
114 3
114 4
114 5
114 6
114 7
114 8
114 9
Blue as Odyssey (empty)
114 10
Storytelling tradition (empty)
114 11
114 12
114 13
114 14
114 15 1980
114 16
114 17
Weather
Box tab
115 1
  Weather
115 2
  Coastal
115 3
115 4
  Sheep
Country [and winnowed material]
Box tab
116 1
  Country
116 2

4:  Writer's filesReturn to Top

2 linear feet, (5 boxes)

Essays, book reviews, clippings, and other materials created or collected by Doig dealing with the process of writing in general. Included are submissions made to the Dictionary of Regional English and other pieces specifically mentioning the use of language and dialogue in fiction writing. While some files may mention specific works, these items discuss writing in a general, rather than specific, sense.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
117 1
117 2
117 3
117 4
117 5
117 6
117 7
  Leads
117 8
117 9
117 10
117 11
117 12
117 13
118 1
118 2
118 3
118 4
118 5
118 6
118 7 2003
118 8
118 9
118 10
118 11
118 12
118 13
119 1
119 2
  Ideas
119 3
119 4
119 5
119 6
119 7
119 8
119 9
119 10
119 11
119 12
119 13
  Writing ideas- The Voyage of the Young Greek
Per donor's request, redactions have been made to digital surrogate.
119 14
120 1
120 2
120 3
120 4
120 5
120 6
120 7
120 8
120 9
120 10
120 11
120 12
120 13
120 14
120 15
120 16
120 17
120 18
121 1
121 2
121 3
121 4
121 5
121 6
121 7
121 8
121 9
121 10

5:  Pocket Notebooks, 1984-1993 and undatedReturn to Top

0.8 linear feet, (2 boxes)

Ivan was known for using pocket notebooks to write random thoughts throughout the day. These notebooks contain jottings, words, phrases, quotes, as well as grocery lists, garden ideas and so on. Some of the notebooks are dated, others are not. With the exception of a seventeen pocketbooks that were removed by Doig and placed in Series Two, Subseries Seven there is no particular designation of any book title associated with these items.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
122 1
122 2
122 3
122 4
122 5
122 6
122 7
122 8
122 9
122 10
122 11
122 12
122 13
122 14
122 15
122 16
122 17
122 18
122 19
122 20
122 21
122 22
122 23
122 24
122 25
122 26
122 27
122 28
122 29
122 30
122 31
122 32
122 33
122 34
122 35
122 36
122 37
122 38
122 39
  Pocket notebooks
Per donor's request, redactions have been made to digital surrogate.
122 40
122 41
122 42
122 43
122 44
122 45
122 46
122 47
122 48
122 49
122 50
122 51
122 52
122 53
122 54
122 55
122A 1
122A 2
122A 3
122A 4
122A 5
122A 6
122A 7
122A 8 1985
122A 9
122A 10
122A 12 1997
122A 13
122A 14
122A 15
122A 16
122A 17
122A 18
122A 19
122A 20
122A 21
122A 22
122A 23 1988
122A 24 1993
122A 25 1987
122A 26
122A 27 1984
122A 28
122A 29
122A 30
122A 31
122A 32
122A 34 1993
122A 33
122A 35
122A 36 1987
122A 37
122A 38
122A 39
122A 40
122A 41
122A 42
122A 43
122A 44
122A 45
122A 46
122A 47
122A 48
122A 49
122A 11

6:  Correspondence, 1972-2015Return to Top

9.6 linear feet, (24 boxes)

Incoming letters and outgoing carbon copies of Doig's replies have been divided into six subseries.

An asterisk (*) following any folder listing indicated that photographic images or 35mm transparencies originally placed in that folder have been removed for individual listing in Series 8.
Container(s) Description Dates
1: General
Chronologically arranged letters from other writers and general public. Occasionally Doig's response is typed with carbon paper on the blank space on the front or on the back of the incoming letter. Other carbon copy responses are typed on separate sheets, usually on yellow onionskin. There is no clear difference between the letters placed in this subseries with those in Subseries 6, which are also chronologically arranged.
1978-2015
Box Folder
121 11
  General
1978
121 12
  General
1979
121 13
  General
1980
121 14
  General
1981
121 15
  General
1982
121 16
  General
1983
121 17
  General
1984
121 18
  General
1985
121 19
  General
1986
121 20
  General
1987
121 21
  General
1988
123 1
  General
1989
123 2
  General
1990
123 3
  General
1991
123 4
  General
1992
123 5
  General
1993
123 6
  General
1994
123 7
  General
1995
123 8
  General
1996
123 9
  General
1997
123 10
  General
1998
123 11
  General
1999
123 12
  General
2000
123 13
  General
2001
123 14
  General
2002
123 15
  General
2003
123 16
  General
2004
123 17
  General
2005
123 18
  General
2006
123 19
  General
2007
123 20
  General
2008
123 21
  General
2009
123 22
  General
2010
123 23
  General
2011
123 24
  General
2012
123 25
  General
2014
123 26
  General
2015
2: Individual Writers
Per donor's request, redactions have been made to digital surrogates.
Letters from specific writers, celebrities, or other personalities that Doig filed by name rather than chronologically. Also included in some of these folders are clippings, notations, and other material pertaining to the named person.
1972-2015
Box Folder
124 1
124 2
124A 3 2015
124A 4 2015
124A 5 1982-1994
124A 7 2001-2013
124A 6 1991-2008
124A 8
124 3
Paul Bacon
124 4
Stephen Becker
124 5
Mary Ellen Benson
124A 2 1986-1994
124A 1 1988-2011
124 6
124 7
Carol Bredahl
124 8
Richard Maxwell Brown
124 9
Richard Maxwell Brown
124 10
Richard Maxwell Brown
124 11
124 12
124 13
Vernon Carstensen
124 14
Raymond Carver
124 15
124 16
Barnaby Conrad
124 17
Bill Cronon
124 18
Annie Dillard and Peter Mathiessen
124 19
Frank Dobie
124 20
125 1
Michael Dorris and Louise Erdrich
125 2
125 3
Dick Estell
125 4
125 5
125 6
David Godine
125 7
John Graves
125 8
A.B. Guthrie
125 9
David Hawke
125 10
Robert Heilman
125 11
James Herndon
125 12
Carol Hill
125 13
Tony Hillerman
125 14
Edward Hoagland
125 15
Jim Houston
125 16
Richard Hugo
125 17
125 18
Tom W. Jones
125 19
Roger Kennedy
125 20
Ruth Kirk
125 21
Bill Kittredge
125 22
125 23
125 24
125 25
125 26
126 1
David Lavender
126 2
Craig Lesley
126 3
Craig Lesley
126 4
Craig Lesley
126 5
Barry Lopez
126 6
Norman Maclean
126 7
James Maguire
126 8
Harvey Manning
126 9
Jan Mason
126 10
Robert McCraig
129 5
126 11
Marian McPartland
126 12
Jan Morris
126 13
Wright Morris
126 14
Mark Muro
126 15
Sheila Nickerson
126 16
Jack Nisbet
126 17
David Plante
126 18
126 19
Mike Olsen
126 20
Wayne Overholser
126 21
George Plimpton
126 22
Annie Proulx
126 23
Robert Sims Reid
126 24
James Reston
127 1
Bill Robbins
127 2
Bill Robbins
127 3
Mary Robertson
127 4
Ainsley Roseen
127 5
Archie Satterfield
127 6
Mildred Walker Schemm
127 7
Ted Schwinden Montana Governor
127 8
Mary Lee Settle and Widdy Tazewell
127 9
Maurice Shadbolt/Elspeth Sandys
127 10
Derek Sheffield
127 11
  Elizabeth Simpson
Doig dissertation.
127 12
  Elizabeth Simpson
Doig dissertation.
127 13
Wendy Smith
127 14
Bill Stafford
127 15
127 16
127 17
128 1
128 2
128 3
128 4
128 5
128 6
128 7
128 8
128 9
Richard White
128 10
128 11
Geoffrey Wolff
128 12
128 13
129 1
129 2
129 3
Jerry and Suzanne Zeismer
129 4
Frank Zoretich
Linda Miller
Linda Miller was a student at Northwestern's High School Journalism Institute in 1961, the year Ivan and Carol met there as members of the teaching staff. She became a lifelong friend. Carol Doig has said that the years' long correspondence with Linda most fully reveals the daily life of the Doig household as well as details of writing and publishing. Paired with the Doig diaries, they fill out the story of Ivan's life and work.
Box Folder
125A 1 1979-1990
125A 2 1991-2008
125A 3 2009-2015
125A 4 1972-1973
125A 5 1980-1989
125A 6 1990-2007
3: Fan letters
Letters from ordinary readers of Doig's books, written in praise of his work with particular emphasis on This House of Sky
Box Folder
129 6
129 7
129 8
129 9
129 10
129 11
129 12
129 13
129 14 2003
130 1
4: Publishers-Editors Letters
Publisher's correspondence includes book proposals, information regarding edits, promotion, covers, biographical information, etc. An asterisk (*) indicates photographs have been removed from the folder and placed in Series 8.
Box Folder
130 2
Kathy Wilson "Thank You" letter
130 3
130 4
130 5
130 6
130 7
130 8
130 9
130 10
130 11
131 1
131 2
131 3
131 4
131 5
131 6
131 7
131 8
131 9
131 10
131 11
132 1
132 2
132 3
132 4
132 5
132 6
132 7
132 8
132 9
132 10
132 11
133 1
133 2
133 3
133 4
133 5
133 6
133 7
133 8
133 9
133 10
133 11
133 12
133 13
133 14
134 1
134 2
134 3
134 4
134 5
134 6
134 7
134 8
134 9
134 10
135 1
135 2
135 3
135 4
135 5
135 6
135 7
135 8
135 9
135 10
136 1
136 2
5: Booksellers and Library Letters
Box Folder
136 3
136 4
136 5
136 6
136 7
136 8
136 9
136 10
136 11
  Costco
136 12
137 1
137 2
137 3
137 4
137 5
137 6
137 7
137 8
137 9
137 10
137 11
6: General Files
Although many of the letters in this subseries seem to be more personal and exchanged between family and friends, there is little to distinguish them from the other letters also arranged chronologically in Subseries 1. However, these files were maintained separately and that order has been preserved.
1944-2014
Box Folder
137 12
  General
1997
137 13
  General
1998
137 14
  General
1998
138 1
  General
1999
138 2
  General
1999
138 3
  General
2000
138 4
  General
2001
138 5
  General
2002
138 6
  General
2003
138 7
  General
2004
138 8
  General
2005
138 9
  General
2006
138 10
  General
2007
138 11
  General
2008
139 1
  General
2009
139 2
  General
2010
139 3
  General
2012
139 4
  General
2013
139 5
  General
2014
139 6
  General
1985
139 7
General
1984
139 8
General
1944-1945
139 9
General
1945
139 10
General
1979
7: Condolence Letters
Letters expressing condolences upon Doig's passing. [Condolence letters added to the collection in August 2018.]
2015
Box Folder
184 1 March 2015
184 2 April 1-11, 2015
184 3 April 12-13, 2015
184 4 April 14-16, 2015
184 5 April 17-21, 2015
184 6 April 22-28, 2015
184 7 May 2015
184 8 2015
185 1 Undated

7:  Interviews and Readings, 1968-2009Return to Top

13 linear feet, (13 boxes)

Cassette and reel-to-reel audiotapes of various interviews conducted with Ivan Doig by commercial and public broadcasters; research oral history interviews collected from the Montana Historical Society or conducted by Doig of family members, former neighbors, and other persons regarding his own family history, Montana homesteading, the history of the Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, and other background material used in his novels; recordings of Doig performing public readings from his works in a number of different venues. There is also a small selection of CD audio disks and VHS videocassettes covering the same topics.

Researchers must use digital surrogates; original media is restricted from use.

Container(s) Description Dates
Interviews with Doig
Cassette and reel-to-reel audiotapes of various interviews conducted with Ivan Doig by commercial and public broadcasters; research oral history interviews collected from the Montana Historical Society or conducted by Doig of family members, former neighbors, and other persons regarding his own family history, Montana homesteading, the history of the Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, and other background material used in his novels; recordings of Doig performing public readings from his works in a number of different venues. There is also a small selection of CD audio disks and VHS videocassettes covering the same topics. Use of the original materials in this series will be restricted until suitable digital surrogates are created.
1984-2006
Box item
140 1 Undated
Folder
140 2
KUOW interview segments with Kim Hodgson
1981-03-01
140 3 1984-09-26
140 4 1984-12-17
140 5 1984-10-21
140 6
140 7
NPR Performance Today: Ivan Doig
1987
140 8
KUFM (Missoula)
1987-09-29
140 9
CBS/CBS Don Swaim BookBeat
December 16-18, 1987
140 10
Tom Jackson of The Daily Astorian interview (blank)
1988-02-26
140 11
KUOW Interview Rascal Fair
1987-11-20
140 12
USIA interview by Sarah Long, Mariah Montana
Fall 1990
140 13 1990-09-25T00:00:00+00:00
140 14
KXL Bill Gallagher interview
1991-11-27
140 15
KMPS Don Riggs interview and KOPB Julie Draper interview
1991-11-26
140 16 1993-06-24
140 17
KUSU (Utah State) Heart Earth interview
1993-08-17
140 18
KPFA "Probabilities" interview with Richard Wolinsky and Richard Lupoff
1993-10-28
141 1 1993-11-16
141 2
KBOO (Portland) "Across my desk" interview with Jim Schumock
1993-12-01
141 3
Oregon Public Broadcasting "Golden Hours" interview (blank)
1993-12-01
141 4
Fiser Interview with Matt Rothchild
1998-06-01
141 5
KEMB, Billings, Montana – Writer's Voice on the Air: Ivan Doig
1999-08-01
141 6
Diane Rehm show – The Whistling Season
2006-06-15
Research Interviews
1968-1994
Box Folder
141 7 July 5, 1968
141 8 July 3, 1968
141 9 Undated
141 10 May 12, 1974
141 11 November 6, 1974
141 12 November 6, 1974
141 13 June 19, 1979
141 14
141 15
141 16
141 17
141 18
  Dave Brubeck on Ranch boyhood
Per donor's request, redactions have been made to digital surrogate.
February 13, 1981
142 1 July 1, 1981
142 2 December 30, 1982
142 3 June 28, 1982
142 4 [circa June/July 1982]
142 5 June 21, 1982
142 6 June 23, 1982
142 7 May 11, 1983
142 8 May 11, 1983
142 9 July 12, 1983
142 10 March 15, 1984
142 11 July 9, 1982
142 12 July 7, 1982
142 13 June 23, 1982
142 14 July 11, 1982; July 12, 1982
142 15 May 9, 1984
142 16 July 2, 1985
142 17 July 1, 1985
142 18 July 5, 1985
143 1 August 19, 1985
143 2 February 3, 1986
143 3 July 31, 1987
143 4 July 31, 1987
143 5 July 31, 1987
143 6 August 2, 1987
143 7 August 2, 1987
143 8 August 2, 1987
143 9 July 31, 1987
143 10 July 31, 1987
143 11 August 1, 1987
143 12 August 2, 1987
143 13 August 1, 1987
143 14 August 2, 1987
143 15 August 2, 1987
143 16 August 1, 1987
143 17 August 1, 1987
143 18 August 3, 1987
144 1 February 15, 1989
144 2 July 16, 1990
144 3 September 6, 1990
144 4 September 6, 1990
144 5 April 4, 1991
144 6 May 29, 1991
144 7 February 19, 1994
144 8 February 15, 1994
Readings and Speeches
1984-2003
Box Folder
144 9 February 23, 1984; March 12, 1984
144 10 April 13, 1984
144 11 April 19, 1985
144 12
Montana Historical Society "Welcome to Gros Ventre" and KPLU All Things Considered
October 1984; December 17, 1984
144 13 September 20, 1984
144 14 June 9, 1984; May 20, 1985
144 15 Fall 1980; December 1985
144 16 February 11, 1987
144 17 September 12, 1987
144 18 September 12, 1987
145 1 September 29, 1987
145 2
Minnesota Public Radio – Rascal Fair reading
October 17, 1987
145 3 December 15, 1988
145 4 December 15, 1988
145 5 December 15, 1988
145 6 September 10, 1990
145 7 November 15, 1990
145 8 [1990?]
145 9 October 2, 1991
145 10
Portland State University – Kellogg Lecture "Works in Progress" reading
May 13, 1992
145 11 April 21, 1993
145 12 April 22, 1993
145 13 October 7, 1993
145 14 Fall 1993
145 15 Summer 1994
145 16
Fishtrap gathering – Saturday afternoon
Summer 1994
145 17 September 24, 1996
145 18 1996
146 1 1996
146 2 May 6, 1998
146 3 1999
146 4 September 1999
146 5
KCHQ/KFPR "The Art and Craft of Writing"
December 24, 1999
146 6 March 1, 2001
146 7 September 6, 2001
146 8 2003
146 9 Undated
146 10 Undated
146 11 Undated
146 12 Undated
146 13 Undated
146 14 Undated
146 15 Undated
146 16 Undated
146 17 Undated
146 18 Undated
Miscellaneous cassettes
1982-1997
Box Folder
147 1
147 2
147 3
147 4
A river called Two Medicine / Ian Freebairn-Smith
147 5
Storylines America "This House of Sky" Sides A and B
147 6
Storylines America "This House of Sky" Sides C and D
147 7
Big Sky Radio "This House of Sky" Sides A and B
147 8
Big Sky Radio "This House of Sky" Sides C and D
147 9
University of Wisconsin Western Literature "The Best of our knowledge"
November 17, 1993
147 10
Center for the Rocky Mountain West. A Symposium in tribute to Wallace Stegner: University of Montana
147 11
Center for the Rocky Mountain West. A Symposium in tribute to Wallace Stegner: University of Montana (cont.)
147 12
Center for the Rocky Mountain West. A Symposium in tribute to Wallace Stegner: University of Montana (cont.)
147 13 September 1, 1993
147 14 April 27, 1995
147 15
147 16 November 24, 1997
147 17 November 24, 1997
147 18 November 24, 1997
148 1
KPFA – Wallace Stegner / read by Ed Markmann
148 2
Committee for the Humanities, Missoula, MT. Richard Hugo: a radio profile (Reflections in Montana)
148 3 April 16, 1982
148 4
Laurie Mercier and Carter V. Johnson, Glasgow, Montana (Montana Historical Society OH 1054)
Compact Disks
2006-2009
Box Folder
148 5
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon
148 6
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon (cont.)
148 7
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon (cont.)
148 8
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon (cont.)
148 9
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon (cont.)
148 10
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon (cont.)
148 11
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon (cont.)
148 12
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon (cont.)
148 13
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon (cont.)
148 14
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon (cont.)
148 15
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. The Whistling Season / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Tom Bacon (cont.)
148 16 October 28, 2006
148 17
KPBX/KSFC Spokane Public Radio. Work Song / by Ivan Doig (The Bookshelf) read by Anthony Flinn. (Episode 1-3)
148 18
Diane Rehm show – Ivan Doig's Dancing at the Rascal Fair
August 26, 2009
Montana Interviews
1968-1977
Box Folder
149 1 July 7, 1977
149 2 July 20, 1977
149 3 Undated
149 4 May 14, 1974
149 5 July 1, 1977
149 6 July 3-7, 1968
149 7 July 3, 1968
149 8 November 6, 1974; November 11, 1974
149 9 July 1977
149 10 July 19, 1977
149 11
  Pete McCabe and Jim Keith
Pete McCabe May 13, 1974 and Jim Keith, May 12, 1974
May 12-13, 1974
149 12 June 26-28, 1977
149 13 Christmas 1973
150 1 Undated
150 2 May 10, 1974
Pacific Search Interviews
1970-1977
Box Folder
150 3 March 14, 1977
150 4 December 16, 1976
150 5 February 2, 1977
150 6 January 28, 1977
150 7 February 21, 1977
150 8 March 9, 1977
150 9 February 13, 1970; May 5, 1972
150 10 December 6, 1976
150 11
Barney McPhillips
May 13, 1976
150 12 September 15, 1976
150 13 September 10, 1976
Pacific Northwest Experiment Station interviews
1975
Box Folder
151 1 May 2, 1975
151 2 April 30, 1975
151 3 September 15, 1975
151 4 April 29-May 1, 1975
Miscellaneous Interviews
1974-1978
Box Folder
151 5 June 6, 1976; June 11, 1976
151 6 December 15, 1976
151 7 June 6, 1977
151 8 June 6, 1977
151 9 October 16, 1974
151 10
151 11 August 20, 1976
151 12 Undated
151 13 September 23, 1978
152 1
Silen's 'Double Planet'
Undated
152 2
Ralph and Helen Jordan and Lena Holmes
July 18-19, 1977
152 3
Audio letter to Grandma Ringer from Paul and Joyce Ringer
VHS tapes
1968-2003
Box Folder
153 1 September 12, 1987
153 2
Chandler Lecture Series with Ivan Doig
153 3
Governor's Humanities Awards
153 4
Governor's Awards for the Arts
1991
153 5
Idaho Public Television: Dialog with Ivan Doig
153 6 July 1, 1996
153 7 September 14, 1999
153 8 2003
153 9 December 1, 1996
153 10
153 11
The Reading Room – Ivan Doig
153 12 December 8, 1987
153 13 May 5, 1968
153 14 November 5, 1987

8:  PhotographsReturn to Top

9 linear feet, (10 boxes)

Includes photographs removed from other series in this collection and identified as such, along with photographs specifically maintained separately by Doig, such as 35mm transparencies taken during his travels with his wife and while conducting research for his writing.

Any specific folders from which images were removed have an asterisk (*) added to that folder listing. Negatives located in box 164 have been assigned the same number as their corresponding 35 mm transparency or photographic image.
Container(s) Description Dates
35mm Transparencies
The 35 mm transparencies arrangement begins at 34, there is no #1-33 due to a processing oversight. The majority of the transparencies are color; some black and white 35 mm transparencies reside within this section, but they have not been specifically identified as such. While some of the transparencies in this series arrived in individually labeled boxes referring to specific topics, some were removed from other series for their placement here. Those transparencies originally in labeled boxes have been listed following the original box label printed in italics. Within each box the transparencies were grouped into specific sections and in those cases where a section had been specifically labeled, that heading is also included above the listing of the images. Titles for individual images have been taken from notations on the cardboard mounting frame itself, but if the transparency was unlabeled it appears as "unidentified" as the slide's title. Transparencies #34-530 were removed from Series 1-7 and Series 9-10. Transparencies #34-168 were removed from Series 1, Dairies and biographical information. Transparencies #169-490 were removed from the individual book files in Series 2; headings that precede each set of these images correspond to the book titles (Subseries 1-17) they were removed from, and the specific folder listings have also been marked with an asterisk to indicate these removals. Transparencies #491-494 were removed from box 131, folder 7. Transparencies #495-530 were removed from Series 9 and 10. Transparencies # 495-514 were removed from Series 9, Subseries 3 Edinburgh. Transparencies #515-520 were removed from Series 10, Subseries 2 Sites and Quake, June 2002. Transparencies #521-530 were removed from Series 10, Subseries 2 Lewis Clark Site, June 2002. Within each box, numbering of the transparencies begins on the left running in a vertical column progressing towards the right of the box.
Box slide
154 35
154 36
154 37
154 38
154 39
154 40
154 41
154 42
154 43
154 44
154 45 May 17, 1997
154 46 July 24, 1983
154 47
154 48
154 49
154 50
154 51
154 52
154 53
154 54
154 55
154 56
154 57
154 58 1996
154 59
154 60
154 61
154 62
154 63
154 64
154 65
154 66
154 67
154 68
154 69
154 70
154 71
154 72
154 73
  Standard slide show, Doig homestead
Per donor's request, redactions have been made to digital surrogate.
154 74
154 75
154 76
154 77
154 78
154 79
154 80
154 81
154 82
154 83
154 84
154 85
154 86
154 87 1994
154 88
154 89 March 1985
154 90
154 91
154 92
154 93
154 94
154 95
154 96
154 97 September 15, 1994
154 98
154 99
154 100
154 101
154 102
154 103
154 104
154 105
154 106
154 107
154 108
154 109
154 110
154 111
154 112
154 113
154 114
154 115
154 116
154 117
154 118
154 119
154 120
154 121
154 122
154 123
154 124
154 125
154 126
154 127
154 128
154 129
154 130
154 131
154 132
154 133
154 134 July 1, 1983
154 135
154 136
154 137
154 138
154 139
154 140
154 141
154 142 June 26, 1983
154 143
154 144
154 145
154 146
154 147
154 148
154 149
154 150
  Arizona
154 151
154 152
154 153
154 154
154 155
154 156
154 157
154 158 1994
154 159
154 160
154 161
154 162
154 163
154 164
154 165
154 166
154 167
154 168
Bucking the Sun
Box slide
154 169 December 1995
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154 199 1993
154 200
154 201 1993
154 202 1994
154 203 1994
154 204 1994
154 205 1994
154 206 1994
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154 210
154 211 1994
154 212 1994
154 213 1994
154 214 1994
154 215 1994
154 216 1994
154 217 1994
154 218 1994
154 219 1994
154 220 1994
154 221 1994
154 222 1994
154 223 1994
154 224 1994
154 225 1994
154 226 1994
154 227
154 228 1994
154 229 1994
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154 242
154 243
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154 246
154 247 1994
154 248 1994
154 249 1994
154 250 1994
154 251 1994
154 252 1994
154 253 1994
154 254 1994
154 255 1994
154 256 1994
154 257 1994
154 258 1994
154 259 1994
154 260 1994
154 261 1994
154 262 1994
154 263 September 10, 1994
154 264 1994
154 265 1994
154 266 1994
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154 268
154 269
154 270
154 271
154 272
154 273
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154 275
154 276
154 277
154 278
154 279
154 280
154 281
154 282 1994
154 283 1994
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154 286
154 287
154 288
154 289
154 290
154 291
154 292
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154 294
154 295
154 296
154 297 1994
154 298 1994
154 299 1994
154 300 1994
154 301 1994
154 302 1994
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154 305
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154 308
154 309
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154 311
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154 314
154 315
154 316 1994
154 317 1994
154 318 1994
154 319 1994
154 320 1994
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154 322 1994
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154 329
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154 332 1994
154 333 1994
154 334 1994
154 335 1994
154 336 1994
154 337 1994
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154 339 1994
154 340 1994
154 341 1994
154 342 1994
154 343 1994
154 344 1994
154 345 1994
154 346 1994
154 347 1994
154 348 1994
154 349 1994
154 350 1994
Heart Earth- ideas for cover
Box slide
154 351
154 352
154 353
154 354
154 355
Mountain Time research and photographs
Box slide
154 356
154 357
154 358
154 359
154 360
154 361
154 362
154 363
154 364
154 365
154 366
154 367
154 368
154 369
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154 371
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154 373
154 374 1997
154 375
154 376
154 377
154 378
154 379
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154 381
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154 384
154 385
154 386
154 387
154 388
154 389
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154 400 1997
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154 415
154 416
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154 443
154 444
154 445
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154 448
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154 450
154 451
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154 453
154 454
154 455
Prairie Nocturne
Box slide
154 456
154 457
154 458
154 459
154 460
154 461
154 462
154 463
154 464
154 465 April 2000
154 466 April 2000
154 467 April 2000
154 468 April 2000
154 469 April 2000
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154 474
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155 478
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155 481
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155 488
Sweet Thunder Material
Box slide
155 489
155 490
Atheneum-Heart Earth
Box slide
155 491
155 492
155 493
155 494
Edinburgh
Box slide
155 495
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2: Individually boxed transparencies
Images listed in this series arrived in specifically labeled boxes. Within each labeled box the images were broken into identified groups. The titles of those groups has been placed in advance of each section of individually numbered items. If the transparencies were given individual titles written on the mounting cardboard, that title has been provided. If the image was unlabeled it appears as "unidentified." However, from it contextual placement within the original identified title of the box or the original titled section researchers should be able to deduce the significance or appropriate subject based on that information.
Alaska/England/Scotland
Alaska, Jueau
Box slide
155 531
155 532
155 533
155 534
155 535
155 536
155 537
155 538
155 539
155 540
155 541
155 542
155 543
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155 547
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155 549
Alaska, Sitka, --Castle Hill sequence, --bay
Box slide
155 550
155 551
155 552
155 553
155 554
155 555
155 556
155 557
155 558
155 559
155 560
155 561
155 562
155 563
155 564
155 565
155 566
155 567
155 568
155 569
Alaska, Sitka
Box slide
155 570
155 571
155 572
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155 574
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155 576
155 577
155 578
155 579
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155 581
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155 585
155 586
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155 588
155 589
Queen Charlotte Islands, Ketchikan
Box slide
155 590
155 591
155 592
155 593
155 594
155 595
155 596
155 597
155 598
155 599
155 600
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155 603
Original section title: Alaska, Denali
Box slide
155 604
155 605
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155 607
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155 609
155 610
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155 632
155 633
155 634
155 635
  Denali
155 636
155 637
155 638
155 639
155 640
155 641
155 642
155 643
  Alaska
155 644
  Alaska
Alaska, Fairbanks, --Reeburghs
Box slide
155 645
155 646
155 647
155 648
155 649
155 650
155 651
155 652
155 653
155 654
155 655
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England, Battle
Box slide
155 659
155 660
155 661
155 662
155 663
155 664
155 665
155 666
155 667
155 668
155 669
155 670
155 671
155 672
155 673
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England, Battle, Canterbury
Box slide
155 675
155 676
155 677
155 678
155 679
155 680
155 681
155 682
155 683
155 684
155 685
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155 688
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155 690
England, Bodiam Castle, Lyme Regis
Box slide
155 691
155 692
155 693
155 694
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155 696
155 697
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155 706
England, Branscombe, Dartmouth
Box slide
155 707
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155 713
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155 715
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155 720
Original section title: Scotland, Panbride and Monikie Burn
Box slide
155 721