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Box 133

1 “Oil Field” – screened negatives
2 “Oilmen – misc.”
a. State Line Club – Mr. & Mrs. Emil Christianson – print
b. Tom Moore – plant superintendent, Westland Refinery, Williston – print
c. Dr. Wilson Laird – print
d. DeGolyer – print
e. “Burrell Harrell of Harrell & Harrell Drilling Co. (Worby & Harrell at 1st) – prints
f. Larry O’Connell – prints
g. newspaper clippings
h. notes on Tude Gordon
i. list of oilmen
j. “Rudman-Hanson well” article draft
k. Henry Ralph, Clarence Iverson, Blackie Davidson – print
3 Oil & Gas Journal – December 23, 1968 and May 20, 1991
4 “Oil – Montana”
a. Rutledge – draft article
b. Bentson No. 1 cutline
c. Glendive to Billings Pipeline – article draft
d. Glendive – article draft
e. Sidney – article draft
f. Near state line – article draft
g. Butte Pipeline – article draft
h. Phillips-Brown-Harmon well – article draft and print
i. prints
j. notes
5 Mud, Sweat & Oil: The Early Years in the Williston Basin draft
6 “Oil writers at Tioga – 1953” – prints
7 “Poetry – oil”
a. Christmastime poem by Shemorry
b. “Oil Discovery Day” by Alec Templeton
8 “Pioneer Oil & Gas Well – Williston Prospectus” – newspaper clippings
9 Butte & Buford “Pipeline-River crossing” – prints
a. South of Tioga
b. South of Bismarck
c. South of Buford – Allan Wright, Steve Fogel, Bob Miller, Bryce Neilson and Don Young
d. Buford
10 Pipelines
a. print – Butte Pipeline
b. Al Munnecke – print and cutline
c. Map of Shell pipeline – print and screened negative
11 “Pipeline misc.”
a. press release
b. prints
12 “Pioneer oil & gas well – 1916”
a. Blackie Jones – site of Pioneer Well, SE Williston – print
b. Pioneer Oil and Gas Company prospectus
c. maps
d. notes and telephone numbers
e. Bill Carpentier at site of old Pioneer Oil & Gas CO. location
f. Pioneer well – article draft
g. “1916 Williston Dry Hole Surrounded by Oil” – published article by Shemorry in Minot Daily News, 5/7/1983
h. Pioneer Oil – article draft
i. Pioneer Oil and Mud, Sweat & Oil cut lines
13 “Persian Gulf – Joe Lerbakken in Oman” – newspaper clippings
14 “Petroleum writers” – cut lines for Herald oil anniversary section
15 “Incabar – Ernie & Don Schmidt Pump unit service” – prints, advertisement and business card
16 “Pump Unit Service – Incabar” – prints, article draft, advertisements (with Shemorry photographs) and newspaper clipping
17 “R file” – prints, newspaper clipping, oil edition news, advertising rates Oil Reporter
18 “Refinery – Williston” – prints
19 Article draft – Risser oil well
20 Unidentified oil rig – print
21 “Refineries – Misc. – TXL, Hunt, Standard Oil – Mandan” – prints, notes
22 Service pipeline – prints, booklets, operating data, release
23 Span magazine, Amoco Corporation – 1987 number 1
24 “Service Companies – Oil: Prather, Bearings Supply Co., National Tank Co., Tioga Air Heaters, RBM” – prints, advertisement paste up and notes
25 “Deep test & other special wells: McTear Crater well, See “m” for mound well” – print, notes, research and magazine clipping
26 “T file” – memoranda, Tiger Oil Company
27 “Special oil field photos” – prints, screened negative, Tioga 25th Oil Anniversary, 4/14/1976
28 “Tusla – 1979, oil exposition” – notes and screened negative
29 “Tioga – aerial pic showing new church under construction”
30 “Thom, Dr. & Williston Oil Basin” – pages from Mud, Sweat & Oil and print for oil anniversary section cross section
31 “Tioga (Signal) Gas Plant” – prints
32 “Tioga Ferry” – newspaper clippings, Shemorry published articles, article drafts
33 “Townley A.C.” – article drafts, newspaper clipping, notes and print
34 “A.C. Townley – oil promotion” – newspaper clippings and research
35 “Women in oil fields: women geologists – p. 1, vol.1, no. 1 Oil Reporter, Desk ‘N Derrick Club visits Tioga gas plant” – prints
36 Booklet – “early wells drilled in N.D. geologic survey permits # 1-71, well data”
37 “Williston Basin Regional Project: A Proposal”
38 Booklet - “Well Data & Tops: Significant N.D. wells, 1954”
39 Western Oil Reporter – April 1983
40 “XYZ file”
a. Kermac News magazine – September 1976
b. Time magazine – December 1, 1952
c. Prints
d. Magazine and newspaper clippings
e. Notes
f. screened negative – Clarence Iverson #1
41 Geography of the Northern Plains and Other Essays, James Richard Smith (loose)
42 Geological Development, Origin, and Energy Mineral Resources of the Williston Basin, North Dakota, Gerhard, Anderson, Lefever and Carlson, Misc. series 63, ND Geological Survey (loose)
43 The Face of North Dakota, John P. Bluemle, Educational Series 11, ND Geological Survey (loose)
44 The Face of North Dakota, Revised Edition, John P. Bluemle, Educational Series 11, ND Geological Survey (loose)
45 The Williston Basin – 1980, published by Petroleum Information Corporation (loose)
46 Western Oil Reporter: Rocky Mountain Oil History, Part I, 1862-1960 (loose)
47 Oil Exploration and Development in the North Dakota Williston Basin: 1986-1987 Update, David W. Fischer and John P. Bluemle, miscellaneous series 72, ND Geological Survey (loose)
48 NDGS Newsletter – fall 1994 (loose)
49 NDGS Newsletter – summer 1992 (loose)
50 NDGS Newsletter – December 1991 (loose)
51 NDGS Newsletter – June 1991 – with “Riches of A Different Kind” by Shemorry (loose)
52 NDGS Newsletter – December 1990 (loose)
53 NDGS Newsletter – June 1990 (loose)
54 NDGS Newsletter – December 1989 (loose)
55 NDGS Newsletter – June 1989 (loose)
56 NDGS Newsletter – June 1988 – Shemorry articles (loose)
57 NDGS Newsletter – December 1987 – Shemorry articles (loose)
58 NDGS Newsletter – June 1987 (loose)
59 NDGS Newsletter – December 1986 (loose)
60 NDGS Newsletter – June 1986 (loose)
61 NDGS Newsletter – December 1984 – Shemorry articles and photos (loose)
62 NDGS Newsletter – June 1983 (loose)
63 Geologic Highway Map of North Dakota, John P. Bluemle, 1977

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