Hayne Family Papers, 1903-2015

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Hayne Family
Title
Hayne Family Papers
Dates
1903-2015
Quantity
14.2 linear feet
Collection Number
Collection 2622, MtBC, us (collection)
Summary
The Hayne family papers consist of Jack Hayne’s research files, records of the Dupuyer Social Club and community, Harriet’s political papers, family correspondence, family personal papers, photograph and scrapbook albums, and loose photographs.
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
Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research.

Languages
English

Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Harriet Ann Danielsen Hayne and Jack McVicar Hayne have had a huge impact on Montana’s Dupuyer community since they moved there from Seattle in 1953. The seventh child born to Norwegian immigrants Angeline and Albert Danielsen, Harriett was born on September 11th, 1922 on Puget Island in Washington. Her siblings were named Ben, Dan, Elmer, Adine, Inga, and Palmer. After growing up on Puget Island, she decided to attend Heald College in San Francisco in 1940. Following the United States entrance into World War II and the creation of the Marine Corps Women’s Reserve in 1943, Harriet left Heald and joined the Women’s Reserve. While serving in the Reserve, she met Jack Hayne, who was serving in the Navy as an officer.

Jack Hayne, born in Great Falls, Montana on November 22, 1920, was one of two children of George Roy and Effie McVicar Hayne. His father Roy served in World War I and was a homesteader in Teton County. Jack’s sister was named Margaret Sue. When the U.S. entered World War II, Jack enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served for the duration of the conflict. On April 3, 1946, he married Harriet in New Orleans. The couple moved to Seattle to attend Washington State University. Completing their studies, the Haynes then moved to Dupuyer, Montana where they established a farm and permanent residence. Harriett got involved with Montana politics and community affairs, becoming a state representative for the Republican Party and accumulating almost twenty years of political experience. Jack took an interest in the history of the West and Montana. His studying and research of Montana history would lead to his appointment to the Montana Historical Society board of trustees. Jack and Harriett had four children: Mary, John, Ali and Nancy. Harriett passed away in February 2012. Jack passed away in February 2018.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Hayne family papers consist of Jack Hayne’s research files, records of the Dupuyer Social Club and community, Harriet’s political papers, family correspondence, family personal papers, photograph and scrapbook albums, and loose photographs. The collection has been divided into series reflecting these divisions.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Arrangement

Series 1 Research Files

Series 2 Dupuyer Social Club

Series 3 Political Papers

Series 4 Correspondence, 1903-2012

Series 5 Personal Papers

Series 6 Photographs, Albums, and Ephemra

Acquisition Information

Research files, correspondence, memorabilia, photographs and other papers created or collected by the Jack and Harriet Hayne family of Dupuyer, Montana were purchased by the Montana State University Library from Jack Hayne on April 6, 2017.

Processing Note

This collection was processed 2018 March 28

Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series 1:  Research FilesReturn to Top

After arriving in Dupuyer, Jack Hayne took on the role of historian by diving into and researching a multitude of subjects relating to Montana and the West. He liked to focus on the towns and events in Montana: The Baker Massacre, Dupuyer, Conrad, Montana and Alberta based railroads, and other topics. These papers consist of the materials he collected during his research on those topics: Newspapers, photos, magazine articles, letters and documents. Photos related to this series are numbers: 1-72.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
Acantha Publishers
1/2
Acquisition of the soil of Montana
1/3
Agawam
1/4
Alderich, Frank – Little Rockies Gold Rush
1/5
Altyn
[AM Ester]
1/6
Anaconda, Montana
1/7
Arnoux, James
1/8
Aznde – Genou
1/9
Background on county development in western Montana
1/10
Badger Agency
1/11
Bair Mansion – Martinsdale
1/12
Baker Massacre – Anniversary of the Baker Massacre
1/13
Baker Massacre – Baker Site Meeting
1/14
Baker Massacre – Bradley Papers, Prelude to the Massacre
1/15-16
Baker Massacre – Correspondences
(Miscellaneous)
1/17-25
Baker Massacre – Correspondences with Stan Gibson
1/26
Baker Massacre – The Dead Indian Coulee
1/27
Baker Massacre – Gary Montgomery
1/28
Baker Massacre – Heavy Runner Claim
1/29
Baker Massacre – Horace Clark Interview
1/30
Baker Massacre – Indian Battles and skirmishes on the American frontier
(1790-1898)
1/31
Baker Massacre – Indian-White relations
1/32
Baker Massacre – Legal Description of Baker site
1/33-36
Baker Massacre – Materials
1/37
Baker Massacre – The Manas massacre Site: A progress report
1/38-39
Baker Massacre – Missing Parts: Notes on a Massacre
1/40
Baker Massacre – Montana Magazine
1/41
Baker Massacre – Muster Rolls
1/42
Baker Massacre – Newspaper Articles
2000
1/43
Baker Massacre – News Stories, State Newspapers
1870
1/44
Baker Massacre – Notes on an Obscure Massacre
1/45
Baker Massacre – Piegan War
of 1870
1/46
Baker Massacre – Ponsford
1/47
Baker Massacre – Robert Murry
1968
1/48
Baker Massacre – “Which way to the local battlefield?”
1/49
Baker Massacre – Wischmann Story on Culbertson
1/50
Baker Massacre – Witnesses to Carnage
1/51
Bannack
1/52
Barbed Wire
1/53
Barber
1/54
Barn Again
2003
1/55
Barns – Newspaper Stories
1/56
Barns – Photos
1/57
Bartlett, Montana
1/58
Beaverhead County
1/59
Beaver Slide Saloon
1/60
Beaver Slide Stacker
1/61
Bee’s Honey
1/62
Belt, Montana
1/63
Big Horn County
1/64
Biodiesel
1/65
Birch Creek Hanging
1885
1/66
Bitterroot County Purposed
1800s
1/67
Blackfeet Agency Headquarters, Badger Creek
1/68
Blackfeet
(Miscellaneous)
1/69
Blackfeet Reservation Reports
(1889-1891)
1/70
Blackfeet reservation boundary changes
1/71
Blackfeet Reservation Report
1894
1/72
Blackfeet Water Rights
1/73
Blaine County
1/74
Bogus Legislatures
1/75
Boone and Crockett, Grizzly Bears
1985
1/76
Boundaries – Early Day Wyoming, Idaho, Montana
1/77
Brady, Montana
1/78
Broadwater County
2/1
The Buffalo Hunt
2/2
Buffalo in Yellowstone – control
2/3
Buffalo Jump – Head Smashed In
2/4
Bull Teams
2/5
Burton, Burtonville, Montana
2/6
Bynum Bank
2/7
Bynum, Dupuyer, Robare
during the year 1889
2/8
Bynum, Montana
2/9
Bynum Train, Bynum Reservoir
2/10
Camas Bulbs
2/11
Carbon County
2/12
The Carroll Trail
2/13
Carter County
2/14
Cascade County
2/15
Cascade, Montana
2/16
Cattle Drives, West’s 1st, Montana Centennial
2/17
Cattle Mutilations in Dupuyer
2/18
Cattle Queen of Montana, Mrs. Nat Collins
2/19
The Ceded Strip
1900
2/20
The Ceded Strip
1901
2/2
The Ceded Strip
1902
2/22
The Ceded Strip
1903
2/23
The Ceded Strip – Altyn
2/24
The Ceded Strip – Blackfeet Indian Reservation
2/25
The Ceded Strip – Saint Mary’s Early Formation
2/26
The Ceded Strip – Swift Current
2/27
The Ceded Strip – The Van Pelt Mine
2/28
Central Montana Railroad
2/29
Champoeg
2/30
Charlie Buckley Murder – Robare
2/31
Charlie Russell in Canada
2/32
Charlie Russell on Shelby and McCarthyville
2/33
Chinese Stories
2/34-35
Choteau
2/36
Choteau – A.B. Hamilton
2/37
Choteau – Acantha 4 part History
2/38
Choteau Book – Society out in Montana
2/39
Choteau – Business Firms
2/40
Choteau County
2/41
Choteau – Courthouse
2/42
Choteau – Early Newspaper Ads
2/43
Choteau – Historical Newspaper Stories
2005
2/44
Choteau – Items
1885
2/45
Choteau – Origin Story
2/46
Choteau – Pete Turdo
2/47
Cinnabar, Montana
2/48
Clackamas, Clark County Boundaries
2/49
Claude, Montana
2/50
Collins, Montana
2/51
Colstrip, Montana
2/52
Concord, Montana
2/53
Concord, Montana – School
2/54
Conrad Montana
2/55
Conrad centennial
October 2009
2/56
Conrad – Flax Mill
2/57
Conrad – Pondera Transition
2/58
Conrad School Bonds
1903
2/59
County Boundaries – Legislative sessions
2/60
County Info - General
2/61
County Maps from Waldron’s book
2/62
County Material – Miscellaneous
2/63
County Project – Continuing Projects
2/64
County Project – History of Washington Counties
2/65
County Project – Spokane county, Idaho counties
2/66
County Splitting – Dan McKay
2/67
County Splitting – Material
2/68
Custer County
2/69
Cypress Hills Massacre
2/70
Dakota Territory – Early History
2/71
Dakota Territory – Montana Politics
2/72
Daniels County
2/73
Dawson, Andrew
2/74
Dawson County
2/75
Dearborn County
2/76
Deer lodge County
2/77
Deer Lodge – Powell county – Museums
2/78
Deer Lodge, Montana
2/79
Denton, Montana
2/80
Dr. Wine – Death Case
2/81
Dumont, Gabriel
2/82
Dunkirk, Montana
2/83
Dupuyer, Montana
2/84
Dupuyer – Acantha Pioneer Newspaper Story
2/85
Dupuyer – All School Reunion
2002
2/86
Dupuyer – “And we buried Jim” Story
2/87
Dupuyer – Baseball
2/88
Dupuyer – Beginning History
2/89
Dupuyer – Bill Jones Interview
2/90
Dupuyer – Blizzard
1896
2/91
Dupuyer – Book Filler
2/92-95
Dupuyer – Book Notes
2/96
Dupuyer – Brands
2/97
Dupuyer – Brick Factory
2/98
Dupuyer – Bridges
2/99
Dupuyer – Brother Van Orsdel Diary
2/100
Dupuyer – Buffalo
2/101
Dupuyer – Café Menu
2/102
Dupuyer – Catholic Church
2/103
Dupuyer – Catholic Church – Prando
2/104
Dupuyer – Reward Poster
2/105
Dupuyer – Cemetery
2/106
Dupuyer – Census
1900
2/107
Dupuyer – Census
School District 2
1910
3/1
Dupuyer – Centennial Celebration
3/2
Dupuyer – Centennial News Clips
3/3
Dupuyer – Centennial Story
1989
3/4
Dupuyer – Coal Mines
3/5
Dupuyer – County Proposed
3/6
Dupuyer – Creek County
3/7
Dupuyer – Creek Water Rights
3/8
Dupuyer – Crees
3/9
Dupuyer – Doctors
3/10
Dupuyer – Early refinances
3/11
Dupuyer – Families
3/12
Dupuyer – Favorite photos
3/13
Dupuyer – Fires
3/14
Dupuyer – Founding stories
3/15
Dupuyer – Grizzly Days
1990
3/16
Dupuyer – Grizzly Days
1997
3/17
Dupuyer – Grizzly Days
1999
3/18
Dupuyer – Grizzly Days
2001
3/19
Dupuyer – Grizzly Days
2003
3/20
Dupuyer – Grizzly Days
2006
3/21
Dupuyer – Grizzly Days
2009
3/22
Dupuyer – Highway 89 rebuild
2005
3/23
Dupuyer – Julian F. Burd
3/24
Dupuyer – Linda Bruner Paper
3/25
Dupuyer – List of Property Owners
3/26
Dupuyer – Local Newspaper Clips
1998
3/27
Dupuyer – Lord Hill Material
3/28
Dupuyer – Mandolin Society
3/29-33
Dupuyer – Miscellaneous
3/34
Dupuyer – Mormon Trek through
in 1887
3/35
Dupuyer – Murders
3/36
Dupuyer – Mysteriarch Lodge
3/37
Dupuyer – Name origins
3/38
Dupuyer – News Article from “Travel and Leisure”
3/39
Dupuyer – O.G. Cooper
3/40
Dupuyer – Old-time Business
3/41
Dupuyer – Organizations
3/42
Dupuyer – Photos
3/43
Dupuyer – Play
2004
3/44
Dupuyer – Political History
3/45
Dupuyer – Polk Directories
3/46
Dupuyer – Postmasters, Mail stories and Routes
3/47
Dupuyer – Post Office
3/48
Dupuyer – Railroad
3/49
Dupuyer – Recollections of Early Days
3/50
Dupuyer – Rodeo
3/51
Dupuyer – Saloons
3/52
Dupuyer – Sanborn Maps
1914
3/53
Dupuyer – School Board Controversy
1903
3/54
Dupuyer – School History Talk
3/55
Dupuyer – School Material
3/56
Dupuyer – School News Items
3/57
Dupuyer – Stage Lines
3/58
Dupuyer – Stories by Jack Hayne
3/59
Dupuyer – Sun River, Sun Article
1884
3/60
Dupuyer – Traxler Story
3/61
Dupuyer – Visitor and Travel Guide
3/62
Dupuyer – “100 Years of Articles”
3/63
Dutch Henry
3/64
Dutton, Montana
3/65
Duvall, D.C.
3/66
Early Montana Survey
3/67
Early Pondera Industry – Coal and Brick
3/68
Early Pro Football story
3/69
Early territory/county divisions
3/70
Early Western explorer material
3/71
E.A. Savory
3/72
East Glacier - Miduale
3/73
Egg Cardling Story
3/74
Evolution of Montana Boundaries
3/75
Fairfield, Montana
3/76
Fallon County, Montana
3/77
Farm Bureau
3/78
Farmington, Montana
3/79
Faro – Chuck a Luck
3/80
Fergus County
3/81
First Montana Map – Early legislation
3/82
Flathead County
3/83
Forest Grove, Montana
3/84
Fort Ashby – Willow Rounds
3/85
Fort Benton
3/86
Fort Benton, River Press
1885
3/87
Fort Benton – W.G. Conrad
3/88
Fort Conrad
3/89
Fort Conrad – Joe Kipp
3/90
Fort Ellis
3/91
Fort Hall
3/92
Fort Harrison
3/93
Fort MacKenzie
3/94
Fort Maginnis
3/95
Fort Peck Story
3/96
Fort Piegan on the Missouri
3/97
Fort Shaw
3/98
Fort Union
3/99
Fort Whoop-up
3/100
Fowler, Montana
3/101
Frizell – Mining
3/102
Froggies or Froggy’s
3/103
Fur Trade
3/104
Fusee Gun – Needle Gun
3/105
Gallatin County, Montana
3/106
The Galloping Swede
3/107
Gallup City, Montana
3/108
Galt, Alexander, and Elliot
3/109
Garfield County, Montana
3/110
Garnett, Montana
3/111
Genou, Montana
4/1
Gilman, Montana
4/2
George Magee
4/3-5
George Steell
4/6
George Steell – Blackfeet Agency
4/7
George Steell – Diamond R
4/8
George Steell – The River Press
4/9
George Sturgeon
4/10
Ghost Towns – Montana
4/11
Glacier County, Montana
4/12
Glacier County
4/13
Glacier County – Pioneer Press
4/14
Glacier Reporter – Blackfeet
4/15
Golden Valley County, Montana
4/16
Grain Elevators
4/17
Granite County, Montana
4/18
Gray’s Harbor
4/19
The Great Blizzard
of 1898
4/20
Great Falls – Steamboats
4/21
The Great Adventure
4/22
Great Falls
4/23
Grizzly Bears – Miscellaneous
4/24
Gundlatch, Montana
4/25
Hangings
4/26
Hardman, Oregon
4/27
Hardrock Mining
4/28
Hartford Townsite, Montana
4/29
Haver, Montana
4/30
Head Smashed In, Buffalo Jump
4/31
Heritage Education
4/32
Hell on Wheels
4/33
Hitchcock Barn – Photos
4/34
Highwood, Montana
4/35
Hi-Line
4/36
Hill County, Montana
4/37
Hirshberg
4/38
Hirshberg – Conrad
4/39
Hirshberg – Fairfield
4/40
Hirshberg – Lincoln Gulch – Cedar Creek
4/41
Hirshberg – Robare Whiskey Trade
4/42
Holy Family Mission – Fire
4/43
Homestead Act Info
4/44
Homestead Days – Impact on County Formation
4/45
Horse Roundups
1920-1935
4/46
Horse Thieves – Dupuyer
4/47
Hundred Governors Rule Montana for two Centuries
4/48
Highway 89 – The Undiscovered Highway
4/49
Idaho County Story
4/50
Idaho Territory
4/51
Idaho Territory – Organic Act
4/52
Isaac Stevens Expedition
4/53
Ivan Doig – Articles
4/54
Ivan Doig – Correspondence
4/55
Ivan Doig – Ben English Claims
4/56
James Tufts
4/57
Jefferson County, Montana
4/58
Jerry Potts
4/59
Jews on the Western Frontier
4/60
Jimmy Grant
4/61
Joe Connelly
4/62
John J. Hane
4/63
John Hayne – Grizzly Stories
4/64
John J. Healy
4/65
John Laughlin
4/66
Joseph Kipp
4/67
Joesph Kipp – Water and Land Filings
4/68
Judith Basin County, Montana
4/69
Julian F. Burd – Story
4/70
Julian Burd – Independent Observer Article
4/71
Julian Burd – T.C. Powers Correspondence
4/72
Julian Burd – Sheep Scheme
1889
4/73
J.W. McKnight
4/74
J.W. McKnight – Business Correspondence
4/75
Kanapsa Correspondent
4/76
Kendall, Montana
4/77
Kevin – Oilmont
4/78
Kootenai County
4/79
Koyl, Montana
4/80
The Klondike
4/81
Klondike Kate
4/82
Kremlin, Montana
4/83
Lake County, Montana
4/84
Laramie County – Dakota Territory
1867
4/85
Lewis and Clark County, Montana
4/86
Lewis and Clark Expedition
4/87
Lewis and Clark in Montana
4/88
Lewis and Clark Trail Council
4/89
Liberty County, Montana
4/90
Lincoln County, Montana
4/91
Little Plume Murder
4/92
Local Area Material
4/93
Local Area Trading Posts
4/94
Local Blackrobe Horse Trip
1989
4/95
Local Grizzly Stories
4/96
Local Maps Jack Reveal
4/97
Ledger, Montana
4/98
Leeson’s History of Montana
4/99
Lehigh, Montana
4/100
Lincoln, Montana
4/101
Lohman, Montana
4/102
Lost Cabin Mine – Ceded Strip
4/103
Lovejoy, Montana
4/104
Louisiana Purchase – Info
4/105
Louis Riel
4/106
Madison County, Montana
4/107
Madison County – Mining Towns
4/108
Malcolm Clark
4/109
Father Mallman – Heart Butte
4/110
Many Glacier Lodge
4/111
Map of The West
1846
4/112
Maps of Montana
1851
4/113
Marshall, Bob
4/114
Marysvillie, Montana
4/115
McCarthyville, Montana
4/116
McCone County, Montana
4/117
McGregor, Washington
4/118
Meagher County – Diamond City
5/1
Meagher County, Montana
5/2
Meagher County – Ghost Towns
5/3
Medicine Wheel
5/4
Meeker, Ezra
5/5
Memorial Day
5/6
Metis – Choteau
5/7
Millegan, School
5/8
Miner Courts and Government
5/9
Mineral County, Montana
5/10
Mining Towns – Early Day Montana
5/11
Minutes of Shonkin Stock
1881
5/12
Miscellaneous County Project Info
5/13-14
Miscellaneous
5/15
Missoula County, Montana
5/16
Mixed Stories
5/17
Moccasin, Montana
5/18
Monarch, Montana
5/19
Montana Album – Great falls tribune
5/20
Montana Centennial Cattle Drive
5/21
Montana Centennial
5/22
Montana Centennial Newsletter
5/23
Montana Council of Defense
5/24
Montana’s Early Soap Industry
5/25
Montana Flouring Mill
5/26
Montana’s First Map
5/27
Montana Historic Bridge Inventory
5/28
Montana Map
1890
5/29-30
Montana Maps – Miscellaneous
5/31
Montana Preservation
5/32
Montana Organic Act
5/33
Montana Post
5/34
Montana Prison
5/35
Montana Selective Bibliography
5/36
Montana State Capitol Building
5/37
Mormon Wagon Train
5/38
Mud Brick Houses
5/39
Mullan Road
5/40
Museum of the Plains Indian
5/41
Musselshell County, Montana
5/42
Nebraska Territory
prior to 1861
5/43
Names on the Face of Montana
5/44
Narrow Gauge – Acknowledgements
5/45
Narrow Gauge – Baldwin Locomotives
5/46
Narrow Gauge – Burton Station
5/47
Narrow Gauge – Calgary Book Store
5/48
Narrow Gauge – Cendion Rail
5/49
Narrow Gauge – Cascade Coal Towns
5/50
Narrow Gauge – Changeover Chapter
5/51
Narrow Gauge – Changeover Chapter – Draft
5/52
Narrow Gauge – Changeover Chapter Stories
5/53
Narrow Gauge – Chapter 1 – Early Draft
5/54
Narrow Gauge – Chapter 1 Draft
5/55
Narrow Gauge – Chapter 1
5/56
Narrow Gauge – Chapter 1, Computer Copy
5/57
Narrow Gauge – Collins Station, Original
5/58
Narrow Gauge – Collins Station, Draft
5/59
Narrow Gauge – Collins Station, Early Computer
5/60
Narrow Gauge – Collins Station, Later Computer
5/61
Narrow Gauge – Collins Station Material
5/62
Narrow Gauge – Commencing Operations, Draft
5/63
Narrow Gauge – Commencing Operations, Computer
5/64
Narrow Gauge – Commencing Operations Material
5/65
Narrow Gauge – Conrad Station, Draft
5/66
Narrow Gauge – Conrad Station, Computer
5/67-73
Narrow Gauge – Construction Chapter
5/74
Narrow Gauge – Correspondences with Stan Gibson
5/75
Narrow Gauge – Dr. Myers
5/76
Narrow Gauge – Duane Olson
5/77
Narrow Gauge – Early Maps
5/78
Narrow Gauge – Early Preface
5/79
Narrow Gauge – Early Story
5/80
Narrow Gauge – Falcon Press
5/81
Narrow Gauge – Fire at Hethbridge
5/82
Narrow Gauge – Freight Info
5/83
Narrow Gauge – Glacier County Historical Society Speech
5/84
Narrow Gauge – Glenbow Museum
5/85
Narrow Gauge – Great Falls GNRHS Convention
5/86
Narrow Gauge – Great Falls Silver Smelter
5/87
Narrow Gauge – Great Falls Tribune Clips
5/88
Narrow Gauge – Incorporation
5/89
Narrow Gauge – Jawbone Railroad
5/90
Narrow Gauge – Kalmbach Library
5/91
Narrow Gauge – Lavalle’ Book
5/92
Narrow Gauge – Lethbridge
5/93
Narrow Gauge – Lethbridge News
1885
5/94
Narrow Gauge – Lethbridge News
1886
5/95
Narrow Gauge – Lethbridge News
1888
5/96
Narrow Gauge – Lethbridge News
1889
5/97
Narrow Gauge – Lethbridge News
5/98
Narrow Gauge – Locomotive Material
5/99
Narrow Gauge – Madeleine Story
5/100
Narrow Gauge – Milk River
5/101
Narrow Gauge – Minnesota Historical Society
5/102
Narrow Gauge – Miscellaneous
6/1-7
Narrow Gauge – Miscellaneous
6/8
Narrow Gauge – Montana’s Narrow Gauge
6/9
Narrow Gauge – Montana’s Northern Railroad
6/10
Narrow Gauge – Museum Talk
6/11
Narrow Gauge – Non-Canadian/ G.F. Railroad
6/12-15
Narrow Gauge – Operations Chapter
6/16
Narrow Gauge – Operations Material
6/17
Narrow Gauge – Police Gazette
6/18
Narrow Gauge – Pondera
6/19
Narrow Gauge – Poor’s Manual
6/20
Narrow Gauge – Preface
6/21
Narrow Gauge – Railway History Sources
6/22
Narrow Gauge – Railways of Canada
6/23
Narrow Gauge – Range Fires
6/24
Narrow Gauge – Research
6/25
Narrow Gauge – River Press
6/26
Narrow Gauge – Rocky Springs
6/27
Narrow Gauge – Rolling Stock
6/28
Narrow Gauge – Schedules
6/29-31
Narrow Gauge – Shelby Chapter
6/32
Narrow Gauge – Shelby Material
6/33
Narrow Gauge – Shelby Opera Story
6/34
Narrow Gauge – Shelby Story
6/35
Narrow Gauge – Sheran Story
6/36
Narrow Gauge – Steell Station
6/37
Narrow Gauge – Steell
6/38
Narrow Gauge – Sweet Grass/ Coutts Stations
6/39
Narrow Gauge – Unloading Facilities
6/40
Narrow Gauge – Willard
6/41
Narrow Gauge – Wrecks
6/42
National Postal Mark Museum
6/43
Neihart
6/44
Neil Howie
6/45
Newkirk log house – Story
6/46
New Fort Maginnis
6/47-49
Newspaper Clippings – Miscellaneous
6/50
Northern Plains Institute
6/51
North and South Dakota Squatter Legislatures
6/52
Northwest Centennial
6/53
Northwest Ordinance
6/54
Oil Shale Story
6/55
Old Agency Project
6/56
Old Time Cemetery
6/57
Old Time Woolgrowers
6/58
Ophir, Montana
6/59
Oregon Country
6/60
Oregon Historical Society
6/61
Oregon Territory
6/62
Park County, Montana
6/63
Parson’s Bridge
6/64
Pemmican
6/65
Pendroy, Montana
6/66
Perkins Wool Story
6/67
Petroleum County, Montana
6/68
Phillips County, Montana
6/69
Piegan
6/70
Pinkey City, Washington
6/71
Place Name
6/72
Political Cartoons
6/73
Polks Directory Pages
6/74
Pondera County
7/1
Pondera County
1910-1915
7/2
Pondera County
1919; 1929
7/3
Boundary Origins
7/4
Pondera Creation, Original
7/5
Pondera Creation, Later version
7/6
Pondera – First Newspaper Story
7/7
Pondera – Pend d’ Oreille
7/8
Pondera – Town
7/9
Powder River County, Montana
7/10
Powell County, Montana
7/11
Power State Bank
7/12
Prairie County, Montana
7/13
Progressive Men of Montana
7/14
Proposed Montana Counties
7/15
Ralph Rener Book
7/16
Ravalli County, Montana
7/17
Reading Brands
7/18
Recipes
7/19
Red River Cart
7/20
Reservations – Blackfeet
7/21
Richland County, Montana
7/22
River Press
Clippings
1882-1884
7/23
Road to MacLoed
7/24
Robare – Birch Creek Hanging
7/25
Robare – Buckley, Simons Shooting
7/26
Robare – Father Prando
7/27
Robare – Flory Sullivin’s Story
7/28
Robare – Henry Robert
7/29-31
Robare – Miscellaneous
7/32
Rocky Mountain Husbandman
7/33
Ron Marlenee
7/34
Roosevelt County, Montana
7/35
Rosebud County, Montana
7/36
Sam Sollid
7/37
Sanders County, Montana
7/38
Sand Cowlee, Montana
7/39
Scrivers – No More Buffalo
7/40
Sellew, William
7/41
Senate Bill 35
7/42
Shelby, Montana
7/43
Shelby Promoter
7/44
Shergold, Montana
7/45
Sheridan County
7/46
Shingle Bolt Drives
7/47
Shoshone County
7/48
Shuler Grizzly Bears
7/49
Silver Bow County
7/50
Simpson, Montana
7/51
Skagway, Alaska
7/52
Skamania County
7/53
South Dakota Historical Society
7/54
Spokane County
7/55
Society out in Montana
7/56
South Pass City, Wyoming
7/57
Stagecoach
7/58
Stage Lines
7/59
Stanford, Montana
7/60
Steamboats on the upper Missouri
7/61
Steilacoom Farm
7/62
Stillwater County, Montana
7/63
St. Mary’s Canal
7/64
Story of the Magic Keg
7/65
St. Peter’s Mission
7/66
Sun River, Montana
7/67
Swift Current
7/68
Swift Dam Flood
7/69
Sweet Grass County, Montana
7/70
Sweet Grass Hills
7/71
Sweet Grass Hills – Mining
7/72
Taft, Montana
7/73
Telephones in the Early Days
7/74
Teton County Centennial
7/75
Teton County, Montana
7/76
Toole County, Montana
7/77
Treasure County, Montana
7/78
Turbulent Days in county affairs
7/79
Two Dot, Montana
7/80
U.S. Territory Maps
7/81
Valley County, Montana
7/82
Valier, Montana
7/83
Valier – American Legion
7/84
Valier – Belgian Colony
7/85
Valier- Double Killings
7/86
Valier Methodist Church
7/87
Vancouver County
7/88
Vaughn Homestead
7/89
Violence in America
7/90
Vlidia, Montana
7/91
Whacky Words
7/92
Wagner, Montana
7/93
Walla Walla County
7/94
Water Rights
7/95
Water Wagons – Wagon Trains
7/96
Wheatland County, Montana
7/97
White Sulphur Spring
7/98
Whoop Up Trail
7/99
Whoop Up Trail – Maps
7/100
Wibaux County, Montana
7/101
Wilderness Study Summary
7/102
Williams, Montana
7/103
Wolf Management
7/104
Woodhawks
7/105
W.W. DeLacy
7/106
Wyoming Territory
7/107
Yellowstone Buffalo
1930
7/108
Yellowstone County, Montana
7/109
Yukon
7/110
Zortman, Montana

Series 2:  Dupuyer Social ClubReturn to Top

The Dupuyer Social Club was a leading community influencer in Dupuyer and the surrounding areas. The club held picnics, ran Community Theater and administered news about the town and its members in a weekly newsletter. Harriett Hayne was a leading member of the club and help organize many of the projects the club participated in. This includes minute books, financial records and newsletters sponsored by the club. Photos related to this series are numbers: 73-75.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
8/1
Dupuyer Social Club – Anderson Mercantile Newsletter and Menu
1959
8/2
Dupuyer Social Club – Anderson Mercantile Newsletter and Menu
1960
8/3
Dupuyer Social Club – Anderson Mercantile Newsletter and Menu
1961
8/4
Dupuyer Social Club – Finances and Bills
8/5
Dupuyer Social Club – Hiway Café Newsletter and Menu
1964
8/6
Dupuyer Social Club – Hiway Café Newsletter and Menu
1965
8/7
Dupuyer Social Club – Hiway Café Newsletter and Menu
1966
8/8
Dupuyer Social Club – Minutes
(October 1947 – November 1949)
8/9
Dupuyer Social Club – Minutes
(November 1949 – December 1951)
8/10
Dupuyer Social Club – Minutes
(January 1952 – December 1954)
8/11
Dupuyer Social Club – Minutes
(January 1955 – December 1956)
8/12
Dupuyer Social Club – Minutes
(January 1957 – February 1958)
8/13
Dupuyer Social Club – Minutes
(March 1958 – May 1960)
8/14
Dupuyer Social Club – Minutes
(June 1960 – January 1962)
8/15
Dupuyer Social Club – Minutes
(February 1962 – December 1963)
8/16
Dupuyer Social Club – Minutes
(January 1964 – November 1967)
8/17
Dupuyer Social Club – Miscellaneous

Series 3:  Political PapersReturn to Top

Harriett Hayne served as a state representative for Montana for almost twenty years. This collection contains papers and articles relating to her political career. Legislative reports and articles, bills, and programs she worked on are included. Located in the flat box, there are election materials and signs relating to her time in office as well. Photos related to this series are numbers: 76-85.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
9/1
Aging and Health Events
1980-1981
9/2
American Legion Auxiliary Speech
9/3
Ballots
9/4
Big Horn County Republican Women’s Club
9/5
Bill HB485
9/6
Certificate – Election School
1976
9/7
Certificate – Election
1984/1985
9/8
Certificate – Recognition
1984
9/9
Certificate – Nomination
9/10
Certificate – U.S. Flag
1982
9/11
Clinton
9/12
The Commonwealth Parliamentary Association 29th Regional Conference
9/13
Girls State Yearbooks
9/14
Girls State
1977
9/15
Girls State
1979
9/16
GOP Handbooks
9/17
House and Senate Assembly Seating
9/18
House Bills
9/19
House Daily Status Reports
9/20
House Hearing Schedules
9/21
House Journals
9/22
Inauguration State, State of State Message
1989
9/23
Jack Hayne – Reports Miscellaneous
9/24
Ledgers
9/25-31
Legislative Articles
9/32
Legislative Memorial Service
9/33-39
Legislative Reports
9/40
Legislative Report Transcripts
9/41
Letters – Legislative
1978
9/42
Letters – Legislative
1979
9/43
Letter to the Editor
9/44
Letter to the Editor – Jack Hayne
9/45
Lincoln Day Dinner
1980/1985
9/46
Lincoln Day Dinner
1981
9/47
Lincoln Day Dinner
1987
9/8
Lists of Registered Electors in Pondera County
9/49
Memorial Day Talk
1979
9/50
Montana Election Results
9/51
Montana Farm Bureau Federation
9/52
Montana Historical Society
9/53
Montana Political Divisions
9/54
Montana Republican Party Committees
9/55
Montana Republican Party Rules
1987
9/56
Montana State Representatives Election
1994
9/57
Montana School Board Association
9/58
Montana Water Court
10/1-5
News Items on Harriet Hayne
10/6
Pondera Republicans
10/7
Portrait of Harriet Hayne
10/8
Resume
1986
10/9
Sales Tax Report
10/10
Senate Journals
10/11
Speech Note Cards
10/12
Taft – Hartley Act
10/13
Tri County Cow Belles
10/14
Voter Opinion Survey
10/15
Water Rights Report
1978
Box
15
Harriett Hayne objects
The Flat box contains various objects pertaining to Harriette Hayne’s political career and achievements. Including posters, campaign materials and various awards and plaques for her service to the state of Montana and the Republican Party.

Series 4:  Correspondence, 1903-2012Return to Top

Letters sent by various members of the Hayne family to friends, family and colleagues. The letters are sorted by date written and sent.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
11/1
1903
11/2
1906
11/3
1908
11/4
1921
11/5
1928
11/6
1932
11/7
1936
11/8
1937
11/9
1938
11/10
1939
11/11
1940
11/12
1942
11/13
1943
11/14
1944
11/15
1945
11/16
January 14–March 6, 1946
11/17
March 7–21, 1946
11/18
March 22–December 11, 1946
11/19
1947
11/20
1948
11/21
1949
11/22
1950
11/23
1951
11/24
1952
11/25
1953
11/26
1954
11/27
1956
11/28
1958
11/29
1959
11/30
1960
11/31
1961
11/32
1962
11/33
1963
11/34
1964
11/35
1965
11/36
1966
11/37
1967
11/38
1968
11/39
1969
11/40
1970
11/41
1974
11/42
1977
11/43
1978
11/44
1979
11/45
1980
11/46
1981
11/47
1982
11/48
1983
11/49
1984
11/50
1985
11/51
1986
11/52
1987
11/53
1988
11/54
1989
11/55
1990
11/56
1991
11/57
1992
11/58
1993
11/9
1994
11/60
1995
11/61
1996
11/62
1997
11/63
1998
11/64
1999
11/65
2000
11/66
2001
11/67
2002
11/68
2003
11/69
2004
11/70
2005
11/71
2007
11/72
2008
11/73
2009
11/74
2012
11/75
Unknown Dates

Series 5:  Personal PapersReturn to Top

Documents, pamphlets, articles, letters, greeting cards and certificates that deal with the personal aspect of the Hayne family. Topics like family histories, school records, and military service records represent a majority of the collection, however personal property deeds and certificate can be found here as well. Photos related to this series are numbers: 86-258.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
12/1
Address Book
12/2
Autograph Book
12/3
Baby Announcements
12/4
Baptism Certificate
12/5
Birth Certificates
12/6
Branding Papers
12/7
Certificates
(Farm)
12/8
Certificate
(High Frontier)
12/9
Certificate
(Live Insurance)
12/10
Certificate
(Sun River Electorate Co-Op)
12/11
Certificate
(4-H Leadership)
12/12
Check Records
12/13
Date Book – Harriet Hayne
12/14
Drivers Licenses
12/15
Dupuyer 8th Grade Graduation
1998
12/16
Finch Farms
12/17
Gifts
12/18
Girl Scouts – Mary Haynes
12/19
Graduation Speeches – Harriet Hayne
12/20
Graduation Talk
Jack Hayne
1988
12/21
Gray’s Harbor Junior College – Jack Hayne
12/22-29
Greeting Cards
12/30-33
Hayne Family History
12/34
Hayne – Hayne Daily
12/35
Hayne Reunion
2002
12/36
High School 50th Reunion
12/37
Jack Hayne’s 80th
12/38
Lewis and Clark Advisory Council Appointment
12/39
Marriage License – Jack and Harriet Hayne
12/40
McVicar Family History
12/41
Membership Cards
12/42
Memorial Items – Harriet Hayne
12/43
Memorial Item – Miscellaneous
12/44
Miller Clipper Yearbooks
12/45
Montana Historical Society board of Trustees appointment
12/46
Music Items – Harriet Hayne
12/47
Newspaper Clippings – Miscellaneous
12/48
Old Currency
12/49
High School Memories – Palmer
12/50
Photos of Effie Hayne
12/51
Photos of George Roy Hayne
12/52
Prize Ribbons – Effie Hayne
12/53
School Work – Harriet Hayne
12/54
School Work – Jack Hayne
12/55
Trip Diary’s
12/56
US Army Certificates – George Roy Hayne
12/57
US Marine Corps – Enlistment
12/58
US Marine Corps – Journal
12/59
US Marine Corps – Miscellaneous
12/60
US Marine Corps – Separation Papers
12/61
US Navy – Certificate
12/62-65
US Navy – Miscellaneous
12/66
US Navy – Separation Papers
12/67
Wadsworth High School Commencement
12/68
Wahkiakum County High School – Harriet Hayne
12/69
Wedding Invitations/Announcements
12/70
Miscellaneous

Series 6:  Photographs, Albums, and EphemraReturn to Top

The photo albums were labeled by physical description and grouped by content. The content ranges from the Hayne’s personal military service to Harriett’s political career. Loose photographs were identified, sorted into groups that correspond with pervious series in the collection and filed into group folders. Oversized images have been separated and moved to an oversized location. Folders with separating notices are marked with an asterisk(*).

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
13/1
American Legion Auxiliary Scrapbook
13/2
Navy Scrapbook
13/3
United States Navy Scrapbook
13/4
Personal Scrapbook
13/5
Personal Scrapbook
(Wood Cover)
13/6
Red Photo Album
13/7
Blue covered scrapbook – Political Career Scrapbook
13/8
Black Photographs Book
13/9
Tru-line Notebook – Fashion Scrapbook
13/10
Cattle, Hogs, Sheep Mini-journal – Finance Book
13/11
Washington State Notebook – Jack Hayne School Notes
13/12-13
Journal – Financial Book
13/14
Ledger – Financial Book
13/15
Red Photo Album
14/1
Research Photos #1-10
14/2
Research Photos #11-20
14/3
Research Photos #21-30
14/4
Research Photos #31-40
14/5
Research Photos #41-50
14/6
Research Photos #51-60
14/7
Research Photos #61-72
14/8
Dupuyer Social Club Photos #73-75
14/9
Political Photos #76-85
14/10
Military Photos #86-95
14/11
Military Photos #95-105
14/12
Military Photos #106-115
14/13
Military Photos #116-125
14/14
Military Photos #126-135
14/15
Military Photos #136-145
14/16
Military Photos #146-152*
14/17
Personal Photos #153-162
14/18
Personal Photos #163-172
14/19
Personal Photos #173-182
14/20
Personal Photos #183-192
16/1
Personal Photos #193-202
16/2
Personal Photos #203-212
16/3
Personal Photos #213-222
16/4
Personal Photos #223-232
16/5
Personal Photos #233-242
16/6
Personal Photos #243-252
16/7
Personal Photos #253-258
16/8
Research Photos #259*
Box
16/9
VHS Transcript: "Grandpa Jack", Jack M. Hayne, Dupuyer, Montana Interview
November 2000
16
A binder of extra photos from Jack Hayne’s research of Montana and Dupuyer
16
VHS Tape: "Grandpa Jack", Jack M. Hayne, Dupuyer, Montana Interview
November 2000

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