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Box 84

1 0“Williston Basin Regional Project: A Proposal,” Geochem Laboratories, Inc., Houston, Texas (includes Shemorry photographs)
2 North Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, spring 1997, vol. 24, no. 1 (includes Shemorry photographs)
3 The 50th Anniversary of the Discovery of Oil in ND, John Bluemle (State Geologist), North Dakota Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Series No. 89, 2001 (includes Shemorry photos)
4 Hoofprints, from the Yellowstone Corral of the Westerners, spring-summer 1994, vol. 24, no. 1 (includes photos from Shemorry Collection)
5 The Montana Eastern Railway Company, 1912-1935, Great Northern’s Second Main Line, Richard E. Johnson, Great Northern Railway Historical Society, September 1993 (includes photos from the Shemorry Collection)
6 “Local Landmark Falls,” Booklet created by Shemorry with his article (and photographs) in the Herald about the Hardy Salt Plant (three miles east of
Williston), August 3, 1997
7 Plainsman Hotel – pictorial history (scrapbook), article drafts (for The Herald, Dakota View, in three parts), and notes created by Shemorry
8 Irrigation – Introduction to Water, Landscape and the Literature of the American West, by Joan Thompson (Golden Valley, Minnesota), correspondence between
Thompson and Shemorry (1995), and related magazines (North Dakota Water [November 1998], Mon Dak Ag Frontier [2001, 2002, 2003])
9 1911 Williston Commercial Club booklet: Williston North Dakota, The City of Opportunity, and newspaper clipping from the Williston Graphic about the booklet (February 23, 1911)
10 Williston North Dakota, guides to Williston and Williams County, the Williston Convention and Visitors Bureau, (1991-1992, 1992-1993 and 1996) (photos and articles by Shemorry)
11 “The Rats” and “The Chinese Inclusion Act of Williston, N.D” (articles inspired by a conversation with Shemorry), Judith Simonson, Norwegian Folk Arts, Dubuque, Iowa, 1999, and correspondence
12 Civil Defense – scrapbook and loose materials used by Shemorry as Civil Defense Director (fallout shelter information, prints, newsletters, organization, logos,newspaper clippings and press releases)
13 Civil Defense – scrapbook and loose materials used by Shemorry as Civil Defense Director (S.B. No. 197, certificates, correspondence, newspaper articles, Civil Defense organization, “simple methods for detection of radioactivity”)
14 A History of The American Legion Drum and Bugle Corps of Williston, North Dakota, 1951-1978 (and print by Bob Moran, 1951) (two copies)
15 “Grazing File – biographical material on Williams County Old Settlers (contains mostly interviews conducted by Leona A. Gauthier & G.W. Wolbert for the Works Projects Administration [1938-1940])
16 Rocky Mountain Oil History, 1862-1960 (including feature photos by Bill Shemorry), Russ Rountree (managing editor), Western Oil Reporter, Vol. 41, No. 4, May 1984
17 The Williston Basin, 1980 (including feature photos by Bill Shemorry), Petroleum Information Corporation (pub.)
18 Scrapbook – photographs of antique cars, motorcycles and airplanes, and scenes from Arizona
19 “Some of the Life and Times of Clarence Johnson” booklet created by Shemorry for Johnson’s 90th birthday celebration
20 Copy of homesteaders pin (William H. and Emma Shemorry, Edmund-Mary-John, Williams County, North Dakota, Truax Township, 1907)
21 Football teams: prints of Williston High School teams, notes, 1975 team photos, newspaper clippings, “Williston High School football teams coached by Joe Cutting, also pix of Cutting – see also Cutting filed under schools,” and “football action shots, 1947 team”
22 “Grazing file – biographical material on McKenzie County old settlers” (contains mostly interviews conducted by Leona A. Gauthier, Robert E. Shaw, Charles D. Maruchek and Edwin Opsta for the Works Project Administration [1940])

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