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The Mathew Damm Diaries consists of photocopied transcriptions prepared by Damm during the years preceding his death. The diaries describe routine farm and ranch life, cattle, sheep, accidents, weather conditions, and interactions with many...

The Fred E. Server Diary contains the daily observations of Sergeant Server during this surveying expedition which include the weather conditions, times of travel, any special circumstances or problems and the miles traveled from Oct 11, 1876 to...

The Reichman Family Papers contains diaries that focus on ranch life and every day activities of the family. The diaries were composed by Sara J. J. Reichman, Lester Reichman, and Inez Reichman. Topics include: accounts of the weather, visitors,...

The William A. Patt Papers consist of William Patt's weather journal, transcriptions of the journal and biographical notes prepared by Sam Eagle, as well as original and copy photographs of the Patt and Kerzenmacher families, their ranch, friends,...

The Gallatin County Bicentennial Oral History Project Collection consists of eighty-three tape recorded interviews with senior citizens of Bozeman and Gallatin County. The topics cover a wide variety of historical subjects including: agriculture,...

The Paugh Family Papers consist of diaries, financial, and legal documents. The materials are associated with the ranch operation of George and Theodore Paugh, and various members of the Paugh family. Topics cover: the Paugh Ranch; ranch living in...

The Lillian E. H. Culver Papers consist of letters, short stories, and bank statements. The materials provide impressions of the lifestyle of the area including work, social life, and problems due to climate and isolation. The file of short...

The Alpha Social Club Minutes and Samuel Griffith Diary are the records of the establishment of an early Bozeman social club and the diary of a man who had moved to Illinois in the 1830s and then to Montana in the 1880s, respectively. These two...

The Ron Marlenee Congressional Papers consist of records created during Ron Marlenee's Congressional career and span the years of 1977 to 1992 encompassing the congressional sessions of the 95th through the 102nd Congresses. Matters discussed...

The William J. Walsh Diary consists of a diary dated 1878-1884 and three financial record books from Walsh's later business operation in Bozeman dating 1903 to 1924. Walsh writes about many of the dances, musical events, theatrical productions,...

The Sanford Daniel Reed Diary consists of brief daily notations of the wagon journey from Peoria, Illinois on April 14, 1864 and stops at Lawrence, Kansas on April 29, 1864. The diary describes rather the weather, road and camping conditions as he...

Records of a private organization founded in 1932 and dedicated to the protection of Oregon's natural scenery through community efforts and the influencing of legislation. The records were largely created by one of the organization's...

The Yellowstone Travel Diary details the vacation tour by railroad of a unknown woman and her husband to Glacier National Park through Chicago, North Dakota and Shelby Montana in 1932. Descriptions include hikes, glaciers, lakes and waterfalls,...

The William Wallace McCrackin Diary consists of handwritten text describing a trip taken by the author and his wife beginning on their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary January 8, 1903. The itinerary included Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles,...
2014-04-24
Photographs document Joseph L. Miller's crusade to protect the Bull Run Reserve and watershed from logging and recreation damage and to expand public awareness of the threat to its famed pristine water, which is the main source of...

The collection is a detailed account of Dr. Robert Keller’s attempt to promote a legally mandated return to deposits on beverage containers in Washington state. The collection documents a small part of the larger ecology movement of...

The Rand Jack Papers document aspects of the legal and environmental work of Bellingham lawyer and long-term Fairhaven College professor Rand Jack. These papers include materials from Jack’s work as an attorney, his 1979 run for Whatcom...

Mike Mansfield was a Butte, Montana, miner who served in the U.S. House of Representatives (1943-1952), the U.S. Senate (1953-1977), and as the Ambassador to Japan (1977-1988). The collection consists of his congressional and...

The Washington State Climatological records date from around 1865 to 1989, and include reports and publications containing climate data from around the state.

This is a collection of weather observational reports and climatological data summaries collected at the various sites occupied by the Bellingham Nursery during the twentieth century.

Charles Dotson wrote a master's thesis entitled "Beach Processes on Smith Creek Delta, Lake Whatcom, Washington." The collection contains a copy of the thesis, research materials, shoreline data and aerograph rolls.
1973-04-24
This is a collection of reports and publications produced by local and national conservation organizations and state and federal government offices all relating to the Northwest region of the United States.

This collection consists mostly of photocopies and/or transcripts of the journal entries and correspondence of George Bird Grinnell as well as research notes prepared by Dr. Gerald Diettert and Dr. H. Duane Hampton in preparing...

Administrative, financial and membership records, correspondence, committee and section records, and photographs and other newsletter editorial materials of an anti-pollution association affiliated with the Water Pollution Control...

Additional correspondence, memoranda, business records and administrative materials of an association concerned chiefly with water pollution issues.

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