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This collection of letters documents the long-term friendship of two newspaper journalists who met while students at the University of South Dakota. Topics covered in the correspondence include their personal life, careers, retirement activities, meetings, events and programs they attended or were involved in, associates and individuals they knew, and ideas for and discussion about columns written by Al Neuharth.
This collection contains materials primarily related to the work of James G. Abourezk during his time as United States representative and senator from South Dakota.
The Lewis Ellsworth Akeley Papers contain materials from Akeley’s time as a professor and administrator at the University of South Dakota.
These records are from the American Association of University Women, which was an organization of female college graduates working to expand educational and vocational opportunities for women.
This collection contains the correspondence and working files of Sigurd Anderson, spanning his terms as Governor in the 1950s as well as his later professional life into the 1970s.
This photograph collection chronicles life in Veblen, South Dakota and includes photographs taken by Vivian Steen as well as others.
During World War II, the War Department in conjunction with the Army, created the Army Specialized Training Program (ASTP) to educate and train soldiers on college and university campuses in place of the usual basic training.
This collection depicts the life of a prominent resident of early Vermillion, South Dakota. Most of the material is family related, some is business related, and a few letters are from the beginning of his political career as both a territorial and state legislature.
This collection is correspondence between Linda Hasselstrom and Cathy Beard. These are Cathy's critiques of poems sent to her by Linda.
These papers contain information about the Beede family, Vermillion, South Dakota.
The Paul E. Bellamy papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts, print materials and photographs mainly associated with Bellamy's career as a businessman and promoter in Rapid City, South Dakota.
This collection consists of material related to the Beresford, South Dakota Train Depot, mainly correspondence about goods arriving and leaving the depot. The paper in this collections is brittle and fragile. Copying or scanning may be restricted.
This collection contains materials primarily related to the work of Nils A. Boe during his time as South Dakota governor.
This collection contains photochroms made by Detroit Publishing Company from photographs taken by William Henry Jackson.
The papers relate to the women's suffrage movement in South Dakota, including material from the South Dakota Equal Suffrage Association, the South Dakota Universal Franchise League, the State Council of Defense and the National American Woman Suffrage Association. Additional materials relate to the South Dakota Federation of Women's Clubs.
The Jacob F. Brenckle papers consists of correspondence, notes, and pamphlets, collected from 1906-1930.
This collection consists of awards and objects given to Tom Brokaw.
This collection contains information about the buildings, other structures, and utilities that are part of the University of South Dakota.
This collection consists of documents related to the ownership of a house in Beresford, South Dakota. One of the owners' of this house was South Dakota Governor William J. Bulow. Formats include correspondence, photographs, and printed documents.Paper in this collection is brittle and fragile. Copying or scanning may be restricted.
The Frederick Cullen Burton papers consists primarily of material from his military service in World War II, including correspondence home, his diary, military documents and photographs.
The Harlan John Bushfield collection is made up of materials Bushfield composed during his tenures as South Dakota’s Governor and United States Senator.
This collection consists of the publications and related files of the Business Research Bureau at the University of South Dakota.
The papers of Ralph Hoyt Case relate to the prosecution of the Black Hills Claim, involving the Rosebud, Pine Ridge, Cheyenne River, Standing Rock, Crow Creek, Lower Brule, Fort Peck and Santee Reservations. Additional items relate to smaller claims, including the Lower Brule land claim, Sioux pony claims and the Oahe Dam claim.
The Joseph H. Cash papers contain materials from Cash's time as a professor and administrator at the University of South Dakota.
This collection consists of one typescript manuscript on the organization and activities of the U.S. military Indian Scouts in the eastern part Dakota Territory plus bordering areas of Minnesota in the 1860s. It includes a roster of Dakota Scouts. This manuscript was written by Herman P. Chilson. Date written is unknown, but it must be after 1965 because that date is mentioned in the introduction.
The Edward Perry Churchill papers contain material primarily from his time at the University of South Dakota a professor of zoology.
The Clay County, South Dakota, School records primarily contains records from its rural school districts.
This collection contains mainly material related to Cooper-Foote's career writing scripts for television and movies and contains correspondence with her alma mater the University of South Dakota.
These records are related to a grant-funded project to capture the history of rural schools in the US Plain States. The collection consists of the South Dakota records.
This collection consists of letters that Crowl wrote to his sister in Olivet, SD, Verna Crowl Dickerson, while serving in the military in the Philippines. He discusses his experiences in procuring supplies, his work as Post Quartermaster Sergeant and Sergeant Major, and discusses a revival in Manila. His correspondence reflects his connection to his home in South Dakota, and an interest in his family.