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Merrill G. Burlingame Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Merrill G. Burlingame Papers are primarily research files that reflect Burlingame's lifelong history of Montana and the American West. Subjects represented are: the history of Bozeman and Gallatin County, Montana and associated individuals; the history of Montana State University and associated individuals; the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ); Captain Gustavus C. Doane, Second U.S. Cavalry; Montana Native Americans. There is also a small group of personal papers containing familial correspondence and genealogical information on the Burlingame family. Original documents created or collected by the William W. Alderson family, Gustavus C. Doane, and Harriette Cushman are also part of the Burlingame papers.
 
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Merrill G. Burlingame Research Files on MSU History

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Merrill G. Burlingame Research Files on MSU History consists of Burlingame's research files utilized to create A History, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana as a commemoration of the University's 75th anniversary.
 
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Harriette Eliza Cushman Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Harriette Eliza Cushman Papers Cushman papers contain information pertaining to her personal life in Montana and the Northwest, as well as information concerning topics in which she was interested. Subjects of these papers include: Montana agriculture and poultry husbandry; politics; environmental issues; Bozeman social and cultural life; Native Americans; Montana history; Lewis and Clark Caverns (Morrison Cave); Montana State University; Verne Dusenberry; Pete Karst; Branson Stevenson.
 
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Robert G. Dunbar Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Robert G. Dunbar Papers consist of research materials that include copies of journal articles, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, maps, syllabi, bibliographies, assorted transcriptions of research, topical notes on history organized by places, periods and subjects, class lecture outlines and lecture notes from both his personal college courses and courses taught during his teaching career. Also included are papers compiled for publications, speeches and research on agricultural history, papers related to his activities on the Curriculum and Instruction Committee, as Director for the Center for Inter-Cultural Affairs, founder of the International Studies Center, establishment of a Peace Corp. program (Ecuador/Heifer), and the International Farm Youth Exchange program. Other materials include transcripts of various reviews, and correspondence from Dunbar's affiliation with organizing the Great Plains Foundation and The Montana Farmer's Union. Additionally there are copies of some publications, miscellaneous files including one on the Dead Sea Scrolls and ephemera.
 
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Raymond A. Mentzer Research Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Ryamond A. Mentzer Research Papers consist of photocopied journal articles, transcripts of interviews, copies of published and unpublished papers, and newspaper articles on the history and physical descriptions of 19th century forts in Montana. Other items include photocopies of the 1880 census and official government documents of the Department of the Army pertaining to Montana forts, copy photographs of the original forts and soldiers, hand-drawn maps, diagrams and plans, copy slides of Camp Baker, Fort Logan, Fort Ida Thoroughman, Fort Howie and Fort Maginnis portraying surveys of the physical locations and remaining structures of these forts in the 1970s. The primary concentration of this research is the location, layouts and structural content of the original forts and their conditions at the time of the research; however there is also substantial information on the social and military experiences of the soldiers assigned to Montana forts during the active period of the 1860s -1890s including the era of the Indian Wars.
 
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Richard B. Roeder Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Richard B. Roeder Papers consist of notes taken as a student; personal, research, and business correspondence; teaching files; subject research files; Roeder articles and papers; bibliographies; lecture and conference tapes; and all the notes, readings, correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, and general information associated with the 1972 constitutional convention. Roeder's interest in Montana history is reflected in his more extensive research on agriculture, early territorial history, women, homesteading, Indians, transportation, and lakes. The papers also include many notes taken from Montana newspapers during the territorial and early statehood period covering such topics as Gibson, politics and Montana's constitution. Roeder's own experience with constitutional issues from the 1970s compliments these early historical references and many of the clippings date from this period as well.
 
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Max Worthington Papers

Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Max Worthington Papers consist of a scrapbook chronicling his career, personal and professional correspondence, and photographs. Subjects present in the collection include the Montana State "Golden Bobcats;" the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity; college football, basketball and track teams; the Helms Athletic Foundation Hall of Fame; the Montana State University Hall of Fame; Montana high school athletics; Worthington Arena; Max Worthington's retirement party; "Golden Bobcat" reunions; and the Montana Special Olympics.

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