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This collection contains correspondence, both executive and personal, from Andrew Lee's time as South Dakota Governor.
The R. Alton Lee collection contains three press catalogs in which his book is featured as well as a full typescript copy of his 2011 book Principle over Party: The Farmers’ Alliance and Populism in South Dakota, 1880-1900. Lee was professor emeritus of history at the University of South Dakota.
The Warren Marion Lee papers include Lee's play manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, business records, class outlines and other papers related to fine arts at USD and in South Dakota. Also included are materials relating to the Black Hills Playhouse.
This collection contains artists’ works donated to the University Libraries from artists from the Departamento de Dibujo (Department of Drawing), Facultad de Bellas Artes de Valencia (Faculty of Fine Arts), Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (Polytechnic University of Valencia - UPV), Valencia, Spain. Also, in this collection are materials documenting the exhibitions and exchange.
Frederick Manfred papers contain material from Manfred's time as a writer-in-residence at the University of South Dakota.
The Robert C. Marek papers contain material from his time at the University of South Dakota as a music professor.
The Tom Maroukis papers consists of microfilm rolls from the National Archives, and centers around documents about Native Americans.
This collection contains materials primarily related to the work of Joseph W. Mauck during his time as president of the University of South Dakota.
The Arthur E. McFatridge collection is comprised of McFatridge’s written and photographic observations of life on the Indian reservations.
This collection contains materials primarily related to the work of William Henry McMaster during his time as South Dakota governor and US senator from South Dakota.
This collection contains copies of the Mellette papers from the Mellette House in Watertown, SD. It is unknown if this collection contains any material from his time as South Dakota governor or US senator from South Dakota, but it is unlikely based on the dates seen in the collection.
This collection consists of the correspondence, working files, and news clippings of Governor George T. Mickelson.
The John R. Milton papers contain material from his time at the University of South Dakota as a professor of English and editor of South Dakota Review.
These are the records for the Vermillion South Dakota chapter of the National Organization for Women. NOW is a feminist group that combats sexual discrimination in economic, social, and political spheres in the United States.
The Norbeck Papers consist chiefly of correspondence, manuscript, and print materials related to Norbeck's political service as governor of South Dakota and as United States Senator.
This collection consists of records for the North Central Athletic Conference. The NCC was the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II athletic conference for the north central United States. It included at various times colleges and universities from North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota, Iowa, and Washington state.
The Louis G. Ochsenreiter Collection contains chiefly Ochsenreiter's business records (located mainly in Webster and Bristol, SD) and some personal records. Information on South Dakota politics, oil or petroleum companies, and railroads are included.
This collection contains photocopies of the activity listing for the Oglala Sioux Tribal Council from 1936-1984. OST Council governs the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
The Robert Lee Penn Papers contain materials which describe the life and work of the artist Robert Penn. The collection is mostly copies.
These materials were collected by August Peterson, local historian and author. Much of the material is related to his book: History of the Swedes who settled in Clay County, South Dakota and their biographies.
The Plains Anthropological Society (PAS) records contain materials that have been donated by the officers and members of the Plains Anthropological Society, which is a group that "promotes the study of the peoples and cultures of the North American Great Plains."
The Playbill Collection contains over 700 programs and playbills from performances in various theatres in Chicago, Minneapolis, New York, and other locations. Many of the playbills include associated reviews and performer information clipped from newspapers and magazines. The performances include plays, opera, musicals, vaudeville, and other concerts.
This collection contains materials primarily related to the work and family of Gladys Pyle with few materials related to her time in politics.
The Mamie Shields Pyle Papers consist of correspondence, pamphlets, newspaper clippings and miscellaneous printed material extending from 1910-1929. The bulk of the papers document the campaign activities of the South Dakota Universal Franchise League.
This collection is comprised of photographs donated to the Archives and Special Collection’s Richardson Collection by various individuals and sources.
Campaign buttons and pins comprise most of the collection and serve as a visual record of the presidential elections between 1884 and 2008. In addition to buttons and pins of presidential campaigns, the collection includes campaign memorabilia related to South Dakota politics in the 20th century.
The George P. Scott papers mainly contain material from his time at the University of South Dakota as a professor of chemistry and as an administrator.
These files were created while Kent Scribner was a student at USD (1956-1961) and when Scribner was a development officer for the USD Foundation (1995-2006).