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The Cedric Cummins papers contain material primarily from his time at the University of South Dakota (1946-1980) as a history professor, with much of the material relating to his project The University of South Dakota from 1862 to 1966.
Paper documents, including books, pertaining to water resource law and policy as it relates to the Missouri River.
The John Day collection on Arthur Amiotte was collected by John Day. It contains mostly documents pertaining to the creation of the Arthur Amiotte: Retrospective Exhibition, Continuity and Diversity book and exhibition.
The papers are mainly about William Eugene Dickinson's military service in the Philippines during the Spanish America War.
This collection contains materials primarily related to the work of Mary Edelen during her time as South Dakota representative. The collection also includes a few items about her mother, Marjorie Beaty.
The Ruth March Egge Collection contains materials related to All Saints School in Sioux Falls, SD and the Egge family's European voyage and tour.
The Edward Charles Ehrensperger papers contain materials from Ehrensperger's time as a professor of English, mainly at the University of South Dakota.
Most of the Father Sylvester Eisenman collection is related to the business of running the school and mission in Marty, SD. All the materials in the collection are photocopies of original documents, and the source of the photocopies is unknown. There are few personal items.
This collection consists of an USD Alumna scrapbook containing photographs and general university related ephemera. The scrapbook is fragile. Copying or scanning may be restricted.
This collection contains materials primarily related to the work of Frank L. Farrar during his time as South Dakota governor.
This collection consists primarily of correspondence, postcards, posters, photographs, drawings, news clippings, and brochures. The bulk of the materials are University Art Galleries and Art Department exhibition posters and announcements. There are also materials pertaining to Oscar Howe and the Stilwell Student Art Award Exhibitions.
This collection contains material from the Theatre Department at the University of South Dakota.
This collection mainly depicts Gilbert Fite's career as a university history professor and a university administrator.
This collection consists of correspondence, manuscript and print materials related to Joe Foss' term as South Dakota governor from 1955-1959.
The collection contains material on the life of publicist Alfred Arthur Frantz, as well as his family history and the family history of his wife Rosebud Yellow Robe.
The collection contains material related to Richard Grass, who was a leader in the Native American and Indigenous rights movements.
This collection contains correspondence, notes, minutes, notes on commissions, board meetings, and council meetings from Archie Gubbrud's terms as Governor of South Dakota.
The Joseph Mills Hanson Papers include papers which come from Hanson’s time as an author and historian, as well as papers belonging to his parents, Annie M. Hanson and John R. Hanson, some of which pre-date his birth.
This collection contains correspondence, publications of Gladys' writings, unpublished writings, Hasse family financial documents, genealogy/ancestry research, diaries, and photographs.
Collection of manuscripts, clippings, essays, poems, editorial drafts, correspondence, research, and personal works of Linda Hasselstrom. Hasselstrom’s work centers on her life in Western South Dakota. The papers are divided into seven series: Writings, Correspondence, Lame Johnny, Mari Sandoz, Personal and Biographical Materials, Memorabilia, and Photographs.
This collection is the working, correspondence, and campaign files of South Dakota Governor, Ralph Herseth.
This collection consists of a scrapbook of news articles and sermons of E. Stanton Hodgin, primarily from his time as a Unitarian minister in Montana and California.
This collection contains five black and white aerial photographs, each 24 inches x 24 inches, showing Vermillion, South Dakota and surrounding area. Two of the photographs have handwritten information.
The Oscar Howe papers contain material related to the life and artwork of the artist Oscar Howe, including his teaching career at the University of South Dakota.
This collection consists of 10 diaries detailing a woman's life in Vermillion, South Dakota from 1941 through 1977 (1942 and 1964 are not included).
William J. Janklow Papers document the activities of William "Bill" Janklow, former governor and congressman of South Dakota. These materials span Janklow's multiple public offices as well as his personal life.
This collection is related to the life of a prominent resident of early Vermillion, South Dakota.
Most of this collection is correspondence, state agency files, and regional and/or federal files from Richard Kneip's terms as South Dakota governor.