University of South Dakota -- Alumni and Alumnae
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
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.
These papers contain information about the Beede family, Vermillion, South Dakota.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
The Robert Lee Penn Papers contain materials which describe the life and work of the artist Robert Penn. The collection is mostly copies.
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).
This collection contains materials primarily related to the work of Merrill Sharpe before and after his time as South Dakota governor, though there are some materials related to his governorship.