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Will Seed Company, family papers, publications, newspaper clippings, maps, drawings, photographs, and moving image.The primary creator of the collection was George F.
2, Logan County, and notes and legal papers relating to the real estate business of George A. 1883-1929; and notes, correspondence, and photographs concerning Thomas R. Morris, 1828-1918, a Civil War veteran and resident of New Rockford. Webster Papers, 1926-1975 Correspondence, scrapbooks, data questionnaires, newspaper clippings, and printed material relating to research on the early history of Dunn County.10006 Clement Augustus Lounsberry Papers, 1863-1924 Literary manuscripts, military documents, reminiscences, photographs, receipts, speeches, ephemera, and correspondence concerning military service in the Civil War, settlement in the Dakota Territory in the 1870s, appointment as Postmaster of Bismarck, ND, publication of the and Lounsberry's book on the history of North Dakota, land speculation near Buford, and activities as a special agent for the General Land Office. Smith Papers, 1951 Correspondence, maps, a report concerning the Verendrye National Monument, a manuscript entitled, “Explorations of the Verendryes, 1738-1743, with special reference to Verendrye National Monument.” (.25ft) 10035 William Davis Papers, 1910 Belcourt, ND Biographical sketch and notebook regarding the Metis and Davis’ personal affairs.Collection includes papers of Lounsberry's secretary, Nellie Brightman, relating to the genealogy of her family. Includes translations of portions of the notebooks by George Will and Emily Olson, and research notes by Dana Wright.(1ft/1r #14022) 10063 Nuessle Family Papers, 1903-1979 Personal and business correspondence of Judge William L. (9ft) 10064 Edwin James Taylor Papers, 1880s-1972 Papers of Edwin James Taylor, his wife Charlotte (Sterrett), and sons Herndon and Edwin Jr., as well as the papers of Mrs. The research materials provide information on cities and counties, churches, fur trade, Indians, military expeditions and forts, and transportation.Hazel Paris Reid (sister of Edwin Taylor Jr.’s second wife Aldeen Paris [Welch] Taylor), and papers of Major James Hanley (whose daughter Lewista married Aldeen Paris’ brother Robert). Notebooks detail travel, activities, and accounts while conducting agency business.