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Manuscripts by Subject - Family / Local History - #10958 - Box 209

Box 209

1 9 prints, Post Office and Fair edition 1969 and letter about Four Seasons Booklet
2 Q- Queens, 3 prints of Miss Williston
3 Copies of: postcards from the early 1900s, newspaper articles, maps and letters all dealing with railroad research; letters from Bill Shemorry written in 1985 inquiring about a railroad construction project just begun prior to World War I that would have run from New Rockford to Great Falls.
4 Article drafts – The Lost Tales of Old Williston – The Wild Cow Railroad
5 Copies of the Wild Cow Railroad and Great Northern short cut from Schafer Record newspaper from Schafer, McKenzie County, N.D. from 1912-1914.
6 1 print of a man on a line extended from an unidentified oil well and 2 newspaper clippings: History Remembered by Bill Shemorry “Early settler in area was known to many" about Henry B. Syverud published in the Plains Reporter on August 14, 1985; and article titled “Former railroad man recalls Divide survey” including a letter written by John E. Boepple, by John M. Andrist.
7 Copies of Schafer Records newspapers from 1912, copies of the Williston Graphic from 1912-1914 and the Williston Press Graphic in 1947.
8 Maps – North Dakota, McKenzie County, China, and a map of the China-Burma-India Line of Communications July 1945
9 Articles about Shemorry and his books More Lost Tales and Photo 100 including title pages, book reviews and table of contents. Also the March 13, 1947 edition, Vol. 1, No.1, of The Evening Crier – announcing the birth of Gayle Shemorry
10 Copy of The Williston Plains Reporter Report on Russia: Report on Iran: Report on Asia: Report on Poland: By Bill Shemorry and two copies of Photo Norge: The Williams County Tour Band in Bergen, 1970, and The Williston Bicentennial Group in Norway, 1975

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