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Manuscripts by Subject - Family / Local History - #10958 - Box 21

Box 21 Folders 1 to 25 = Congregational Church; folders 26 to 32 = 1918 Flu Epidemic

1 Congregational Church, 75th anniversary - copies of logo, 1964
2 Congregational Church - 17 prints including some taken by Olson and Pasonault; images of Molena Burgess, George Monroe Thomas, early Congregational Sunday School class, Congregational Church cornerstone laying, Williston, N.D.; church building and new members
3 100 prints of the Congregational Church (1st Union), Members, choir, exterior, first parsonage, and paper copies of the church Insignia, 1900s-1989
4 Congregational Church, A Force For Good – 14 prints of stain glass windows, 6 copy negatives of portraits, 1st Union Church insignia, and 14 screened negatives
5 Congregational Church, A Force For Good – 25 prints used in book, 1989
6 Congregational Church, 1 negative of the Church interior, Powell Memorial – and 1 print of 4-H Showcase award winners portrait
7 Congregational Church, 1st Union Church, Rev. Ross Robson, and newspaper clippings, 1978
8 Congregational Church, 75th Anniversary - program, 3 prints, 1964 - 1977
9 First Union Church, Williston, N.D. 1889 - 1989 – centennial napkins
10 Congregational Church, Centennial - logos on front and back covers of book
11 Congregational Church, Centennial – advertisement, 1989
12 Congregational Church - program with ad for Shemorry book, 11/1989
13 Congregational Church, Centennial – program, 1989
14 Congregational Church, 75th Anniversary - copy of program, 1989
15 Congregational Church, Centennial Committee minutes, 1988-1989
16 Congregational Church, A Force For Good - background research, draft Women's Work in the Williston Church, correspondence, drafts, centennial expenses, choir identification sheets, copies of newspaper articles, handwritten notes, men’s club cutline and Handing of the greens cutline, church notes from the Early Days, expenses, book cover for A Force For Good - 1908-1980s
17 Congregational Church, Centennial, A Force For Good - articles in paper, 1989
18 Congregational Church, A Force For Good, history – draft, 1989
19 Congregational Church, A Force For Good: draft with 50th Anniversary book, 75th anniversary book, women’s fellowship, Presbyterian women, summaries and historians reports from 1964-1987, historians reports complete from 1964 to 1967 to 1987 history and programs, and First Union 1988 Annual Report
20 Congregational Church, A Force For Good – draft, 1989
21 Congregational Church, Centennial - article drafts of First Union Church Observes Centennial, 1989
22 Congregational Church, A Force For Good - title page, cover and images, 1989
23 Congregational Church, A Force For Good - background research, copies of newspaper articles, statistics, Men’s Club cutline, articles on the Nautical Knot, budget and information for Church council and remodeling committee for the First Union Church new construction from Engineers, Architects and Professional Corporation in Grand Forks and Bismarck in 1983
24 Congregational Church, A Force For Good - draft of church history, c. 1980s
25 Congregational Church, A Force For Good - photo identification
26 Great Flu Epidemic of 1918 – draft of article Heroes of the great Flu Epidemic of 1918, for the Best Little Stories with 3 parts by Shemorry published Oct. 2001
27 Hospitals – Williston: Hospital drive in 1916, Monitor, copies of newspaper articles, and newspaper clippings including on early doctor Bob Cory
28 Great Flu Epidemic of 1918 – Science magazine, November 1983, with article on page 56 titled “The Flu” by Stephen S. Hall
29 Great Flu Epidemic of 1918 – Smithsonian magazine, January 1989, article on page 130 titled “I opened the window and in-flew-Enza” by Jack Fincher
30 Great Flu Epidemic of 1918 – newspapers and newspaper articles
31 Great Flu Epidemic of 1918 – draft articles, Heroes of the Great Flu Epidemic of 1918, handwritten notes, research, and copies of newspaper articles
32 Great Flu Epidemic of 1918 – newspapers, newspaper articles and clippings

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