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10017 North Dakota Humanities Council
Records, 1979-1981
Minutes, proposals, procedures manual, printed material, and phonograph recordings. (4.5ft)

10025 James William Foley
Papers, 1909-1916
Literary Manuscripts, newspaper clippings of Foley’s column “Foley’s Friendly Fancies,” printed material, an address delivered at the 50th anniversary of Bismarck, scrapbook, and books of poetry of a North Dakota Poet Laureate. (.75ft./1r)

10088 North Dakota Federation of Music Clubs
Records, 1919-1937
Minutes, correspondence, programs, and newspaper clippings. (.75ft)

10090 Dorothy Stickney
Papers, 1884-1960s
Speech, playbills, advertisements, photographs, programs, scripts, a poster, literary manuscripts, and newspaper clippings, dealing with Stickney's roles in the plays "Life with Father" and "Life with Mother." Also contains a photograph of and letter by Dorothy’s father, Dr. Victor Hugo Stickney, a pioneer physician who moved to Dickinson, ND, in 1884, a photograph of Dorothy as a child, a portrait of Dorothy and sister Marjorie, and a portrait of Dorothy's mother, Margaret (Hayes) Stickney. (1.5ft)

10167 William Benjamin Thomas
Papers, 1933-1947
12 scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings from Thomas' column "The Many Colored Window", biographies of Frank B. Taylor and Henry Bingham Allen, and a copy of Poems and Verses, by Thomas. (.75ft)

10191 Neal Bigelow
Papers, 1928-1933
Garrison, ND; McLean Co., ND
Correspondence concerning membership in the Authors’ League of America, Inc., two manuscripts entitled, “Last of the Thunder Herd” and “Captain Jack,” and photographs. (.25ft)

10258 Rose McLaughlin Sackett
Papers, ca. 1938
Manuscript and a cover design for a children’s book entitled, Three Tunes for a Flute. (2 items)

10276 Anderson, Wade, Barsness, and Walter, Architects and Planners
Records, 1979
Bismarck, ND
Architectural drawings, correspondence, plans, specifications, and notes concerning the planning and construction of the North Dakota Heritage Center. (1.5ft.)

10353 Dow and Robinson, Inc.
Records, 1936-1937
Correspondence, contracts, reports, memos, drawings, specifications, bids, notes, and financial records relating to the Watford City, ND sewer system project. (.5ft)

10389 Thomas Sully
Papers, 1819-1846
Diary of the painter containing entries concerning travel, social activities, operation of his art gallery, and financial accounts. (1r/#4379) Original at the New York Public Library.

10470 Van Horn-Ritterbush Architecture Records
Records, 1911-1940
Bismarck, ND
Architectural drawings, renderings, project log, and planning and construction files for various structures, mostly in North Dakota. Specific project files contain correspondence, memoranda, billings, specifications, advertisements for building materials, architectural drawings, sketches, receipts, construction logs, and notes. (18ft)

10476 Barbara Pziha Laubenfels
Papers, n.d.
Holographic copies and published music for piano, including German waltzes, polkas, marches, and variations housed in a "Jenny Lind Conservatory of Music" box. (1ft)

10481 North Dakota State Historical Society. American Art Week
Records, 1951
Scrapbook containing letters, newspaper clippings, and a program relating to the observance of American Art Week in Bismarck, ND, co-sponsored by the Bismarck Recreation Department and the State Historical Society of North Dakota. (1v)

10495  Gilbert R. Horton
Records, 1914‑1946
Nearly three hundred architectural drawings, designed by the Gilbert Horton firm for buildings in North Dakota and surrounding states. Each set of drawings may include: elevations, floor(s) basement, roof; sections; details; mechanical equipment; electrical wiring; piping; heating and ventilation systems; foundations; footings; brick patterns; remodeling of extant structures; frames; special rooms and features; proposed buildings; and preliminary sketches. The vast majority of drawings were for structures built in North Dakota. Other projects include single buildings in Montana, Minnesota, South Dakota, and Saskatchewan. Drawings are arranged by building type. (5ft)

10504 W. F. Kurke
Papers, ca. 1930
Conceptual drawings for the North Dakota State Capitol and photocopies of VanHorn-Ritterbush drawings of Bismarck High School, Roosevelt School, and Bismarck Auditorium. (13 items/oversize)

10531 Forum Publishing Company. Fargo, ND
Records, 1988-1989
Centennial Writing Awards oral history stories written by school children who conducted interviews with family members. The one page articles were submitted by teachers to The Forum, during the state centennial. (1ft)

10537 Stutsman County Extension Service
Records, 1929-1965
General files and publications on theater related activities such as puppetry, marionettes, masks, and a scrapbook of newspaper clippings. (3ft)

10547 Kathie (Ryckman) Anderson
Papers, 1979-2000s
Emmons Co., ND
Draft manuscript copy entitled "Dakota: The Literary Heritage of the Northern Prairie State" from which excerpts were published in North Dakota History, as well as research, notes and publications about North Dakota authors and musicians, and cassette tapes of interviews with North Dakota authors. (14ft)

10658 John Hanson
Motion picture film, videotapes, scripts, and other written materials relating to documentary film productions or co-productions. Hanson, a McClusky Co., ND native, earned the Camera D’Or award at the 1979 Cannes Film Festival for the film Northern Lights. Hanson retains copyright. (250ft)

10763 Courthouse Blueprints for Barnes, Ward, and Burke Counties
Records, 1924, 1927
Copies of blueprints of courthouses designed by architects from Toltz, Duvall, Anderson, and Associates in St. Paul, MN. The courthouses, built between 1924-1927 are located in Valley City, Minot, and Bowbells, ND. All three are on the National Register of Historic Places. (.10 ft/oversize) Original blueprints are housed at Northwest Architectural Archives, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.

10769 Albert P. Smith
Photograph collection, 1975-1985
150 images b/w photographs and negatives of Lutheran churches located primarily in the Red River Valley. Smith photographed church buildings in the following North Dakota cities and towns: Abercrombie, Aneta, Belmont, Berwick, Binford, Buxton, Carrington, Christine, Cooperstown, Churchs Ferry, Cummings, Delmare, Dunseith, Edinburg, Ellendale, Fairdale, Fargo, Finley, Flora, Galchutt, Grafton, Hannaford, Hatton, Hickson, Kathryn, Kindred, Lakota, Larimore, Lisbon, Luvern, Maddock, Mcleod, Minnewakan, Mylo, Northwood, Oakes, Oberon, Pekin, Reynolds, Rolette, Sand Hills, Sheyenne, Sibley, Taft, Valley City, Walcott, and Whitman. Minnesota cities and towns include Alexandria, Barnesville, Downer, East Ulen, Elbow Lake, Fergus Falls, Flom, Hagen, Hawley, Hendrum, Hitterdahl, Maplewood Park, New Ulm, Pelican Lake, Pelican Rapids, Rollag, Rothsay, Shelly, and Thief River Falls. South Dakota cities and towns include Clair City, New Effington, Resholt, Roshott, and Savo Township. Wisconsin cities and towns include Ferryville, and Westby. Other cities and towns in the United States include Oceano, CA, Colorado Springs, CO, and Fort Wayne, IN. The city of Winnipeg, MB in Canada is also included in the collection. (4ft)

10775 Lustron Corporation
Records, 1949
Original manual and architectural drawings for prefabricated homes. (2 items)

10809 Wayne Gudmundson
Photograph Collection, 1993-1995
Titled "Heimahagar-Homeplaces," the oversize b/w photographs are part of a two way visual dialogue by Gudmundson and Gudmundur Ingolfsson - each examining the home of the other.  Gudmundson's paternal great-grandparents were among those who left Iceland for the New World.  Gudmundson returned to photograph his ancestral home in 1993, and 1995.   See MS-10810. Inventory is listed under MS-10809.  Collections are combined and photographer is identified on the back of each photograph. (58 oversize photographs)

10810 Gudmundur Ingolfsson
Photograph Collection, 1994
Titled "Heimahagar-Homeplaces," the oversize b/w photographs are part of a two way visual dialogue by Ingolfsson and Wayne Gudmundson - each examining the home of the other.  In 1994, Icelander, Gudmundur Ingolfsson photographed in locations where Icelanders originally settled in the later 1800s, including Minneota, Minnesota; Mountain, North Dakota, and the Interlake area north of Winnipeg, Canada.  Ingolfsson's home is in Reykjavik, Iceland.   See MS-10809.  Inventory is with MS-10809.  The two collections are combined.  The Ingolfsson photos are identified on the back with "IG".  (50 items)

10820 American Institute of Architects. North Dakota Chapter
Records, 1917-1997
Minutes, correspondence, financial files, legal files, reports, committee files, membership lists, regional and national correspondence, newsletters, publications, and memorabilia. (6ft)

10849 Bismarck Arts & Galleries Association (BAGA)
Records, 1950-2000
By-laws and constitution of the Bismarck Art Association,  minutes of the E'Lan Board, the Bismarck Art Association, the North Dakota Art Gallery Association,  financial and legal records, historical material, correspondence, pamphlets, brochures, slides, and photographs.  The material is in scrapbooks and arranged in chronological order. (11.5ft)

10853 Gordon and Edith Knaak
Papers, 1873-1988
Photo albums of Bismarck High School band trips, 1973-1988, song music sheets 1873-1952, and student artwork. (.5 ft)

10877 Arnold L. Hanson
Papers, 1963-1992
Architectural drawings of buildings primarily in North Dakota including banks, the State Penitentiary, schools, airports, libraries, post offices, community centers, sports facilities, private residences, and office buildings, diplomas, certificates, and a history of work experience. Some of the drawings are on microfilm. (10.75ft.)

10884 Cords of Harmony
Records, 1946-2002
Mandan, ND
History of the Mandan High School Boys Quartet written by William C. Kelsch, a reel to reel tape, and an audio cassette tape of songs by the group. Quartet members included Bill Hankins, John Hermanson, Gerry Glaser, and Bill Kelsch. (.25ft)

10899 Presbyterian Church. Steele, ND
Records, 1887-1933
Architectural drawings of the church building, the church bond and mortgage, and a photocopy of the Steele Ozone from 1933 providing an historical sketch of the building and congregation.  (.2ft /oversize)

10901 Carroll D. and Maud (Murray) King
Papers, 1950-1940
Menoken, ND
Sheet music, songbooks, plays and ephemera. (.20ft)

10927 North Dakota Federation of Music Clubs
Records, 1919-2013
By-laws, minutes, correspondence, legal material, subject files, reports, projects, programs, special events materials, newsletters, newspaper clippings, a history book, scrapbooks, material documenting the history of the Federation, membership records, and material for National Music Week. (7.5ft)

10940 Post House 
Records, 1915-1927, 1960, 1990
Jamestown, ND
Original architectural plans of the U.S. Post Office and Court House and the supplement containing the building specifications.  Redevelopment plans were drawn up by MetroPlains Development. (3.25ft/oversize)

10954 May Shipton Girard
Papers, 1980s
Correspondence, copyright forms, newspaper clippings, photographs, bills and notes, a publication, and a certificate relating to the original manuscript of by May Shipton Girard, entitled, "The Cold Cruel Land". (.5ft)

10964 Albert Landsberger. Sounds of Music in Bismarck and Mandan, ND
Recordings, 2000-2003
Audio tape recordings of Landsberger and other Bismarck-Mandan musicians' performances, recorded  on 110 minute cassettes. Landsberger compiled the performances between 2000-2003, however, the performances could have occurred any time before then. (.25ft)

11138 Merton Utgaard
Papers, 1904-1989
Consists of a program from the North Dakota Centennial Concert Band concert (1989), photographs, medal from the ND State Fair in Grand Forks (1938), and a scrapbook (photographs, clippings, ribbons, notes, reviews, programs, ticket stubs, contest reviews and ratings, broadsides and printed material) compiled by Merton P. Utgaard, music director, teacher, and founder of the International Music Camp at the International Peace Gardens. (1.5ft)

11195 Lloyd’s Opera House (Jamestown, ND)
1893-1975
Consists of a fairly complete series of programs from performances (1901-1912), a reprint of the 1893 opening program used as a souvenir for the 1975 closing ceremony, miscellaneous programs from other venues, black and white copy prints and a negative of the interior and exterior of the Opera House. (.5ft)

20060 C. A. Waldron
Papers, n.d.
Poem entitled, "On Seeing Roosevelt's Cabin in Winter."

20075 Paul Southworth Bliss
Papers, 1935
Adams County, ND
Specifications for rammed-earth farm buildings, photographs and an address delivered at the dedication of Bliss’ rammed-earth farm buildings in Adams Co., ND. (6 items)

20079 Henry Clay Hansbrough
Papers, n.d.
Manuscript satire entitle, “The Quality of Mercy," based on the Oswald-McWeeny murder and subsequent trial in Devils Lake, ND, 1885-1886. (1 item)

20104 Fred Underwood
Papers, n.d.
Short stories concerning pioneer life entitled, "Dan," "Civilization," and "A Memory of '83." (1 item)

20122 Lindley H. Patten
Papers, 1915
Poem entitled "Awanyaka Minisose." (1 item)

20123 Cal A. Woldroy
Papers, n.d.
Illustrated poem entitled, “When the Greenheads Downward Fly.” (1 item)

20129 Florence Borner
Papers, ca. 1930s
Collection of poetry (4 items)

20229 Frank Barton
Papers, ca. 1950
Poem about Sakakawea entitled "Daughter of the Blue Skies." (1 item)

20250 Leslie M. Mahin
Papers, 1960
Poem entitled “The North Dakota Prairie,” submitted to Governor John Davis for consideration as the official state poem. (1 item)

20264 Dorothy de St. Clement
Papers, n.d.
Poems entitled, "I Love to Live in Nutley,” "The Wind God,” and collection of poetry entitled, "Prairies and Palaces." St. Clement is from Nutley, NJ. (3 items)

20265 Lydia O. Jackson
Papers, ca. 1960-1984
Two poems entitled, “Here in the Red River Valley” and “Sakakawea in Bronze,” and an issue of Poet containing a poem by Jackson, Poet Laureate of ND, entitled, “North Dakota Skies.” (3 items)

20275 Johan G. R. Baner
Papers, 1915-1919
Letters, newspaper clippings, and poetry by Baner. (6 items)

20277 D. F. Barry
Papers, 1932.
Letter from Barry to Maynard Stephens, Stanton, ND, concerning Frank Fiske, photographer from Superior WI, and photographs of Sitting Bull and Chief Gall and copies of Barry's stationery and business cards. (2 items)

20489 F. K. Dempsey
Papers, ca. 1910-1911
Photocopies of two poems concerning Raleigh, ND. (2 items)

20492 Patrick E. Byrne
Papers, 1912
Contractor's agreement, list of building materials and a blue print of the Byrne residence. (3 items)

20495 Ernestine Mager
Papers, ca. 1937
Two drawings of Walhalla in the ‘early days’. (2 items)

20511 Bismarck Art Association
Records, 1949-1959
Bismarck, ND
Directories, programs, constitution, invitations, and letters concerning exhibits and the Clell Gannon Art Fund. (26 items)

20521 Ida Prokop Lee
Papers, 1977
Photocopy of an account of the preparation of a bust by artist Lee of L. L. Twichell, and eulogy of Twichell by Governor John Moses. (1 item)

20531 Fort Totten
Papers, ca. 1867
Pen drawing of Fort Totten. (1 item)

20558 H. K. Haldeman
Papers, n.d.
Specifications for a farm cottage in Glover, ND. (1 item)

20585 Nan Tessel Reed
Papers, ca. 1923
Poetry, including a poem entitled "An October Day in North Dakota." (7 items)

20601 George Polete
Papers, ca. 1959-1968
Play script entitled, "The Custer Drama," relating to Custer's life at Fort Abraham Lincoln, and relations with his officers and men. The script represents a significant rewrite of an earlier play entitled "Trails West" by W.T. Chichester and Robert Walsh, ca. 1957-1958. The play was staged by the Mandan Development Association at Fort Abraham Lincoln, ca. 1958-1968. (1 item)

20606 Hollis Rosendahl
Papers, 1978-1983
Photocopies of songs composed by Rosendahl entitled "North Dakota", "Freedom Heart", "Wings of North Dakota", "Riding the Wind", "Tears in My Heart", "Tiger in My Tank", "Let's Not Say Goodbye", and "Lonely." Originals owned by Rosendahl. (12 items and audio cassettes)

20608 Mary Graham Lund
Papers, 1939
Bisbee, ND
Play, entitled "The Land of the Wild Rose," written by Lund, an English teacher at Bisbee High School, as part of the celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of North Dakota. The play depicts the history and development of North Dakota. Also included are letters of transmittal from the Bisbee High School Superintendent and Governor John Moses. (3 items)

20613 Bismarck-Mandan Community Theatre
Records, 1957
Bismarck, ND; Mandan, ND
Letter, roster of production personnel, financial statement for “Summer and Smoke” production. (2 items)

20629 Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Papers, n.d.
Page from a book with the Longfellow poem “The Revenge of Rain in the Face,” regarding the Battle of the Little Big Horn, and the signature in pencil of Rain in the Face. (1 item)

20662 Hargraves Kippax
Papers, n.d.
Copy of a poem concerning Kippax’s career as a land surveyor with the General Land Office in the Dakotas, Montana, and Washington, D.C. and a letter explaining references in the poem. (2 items)

20681 Trumbower and Rhodes
Records, 1881
Photocopy and transcript of the construction specifications of the Barnes County Courthouse. (2 items)

20697 Mavor Moore
Papers, 1985
Copy of the libretto for "The Ghost Dance," an opera in two acts. (1 item)

20729 Agnes Faul
Papers, 1985
Note card sketches of Lincoln Valley Baptist Church, St. Andrew Lutheran Church, Kassel Reformed Church, and a ghost town sketch of Lincoln Valley, ND. (4 items)

20760 M. Edwin Nuetzman
Papers, 1942-1989
Photocopy of a story entitled “A Wisp of Fog” about Nuetzman’s life as a band leader of the Kampus Kings and other bands from 1930-1940. Four photographs of North Dakota jazz bands were transferred to photo collection #820. (1 item)

20779 L. J. Fuller
Records, 1904
Architectural drawings including a copy of a floor plan for the Murphy residence of Jamestown, ND prepared by Fuller of Minneapolis, MN. (9 oversize drawings)

20783 Fort Garry, Manitoba
Chromolithograph, 1884
Drawing of Fort Garry showing the fort and its buildings from outside the walls. Several people are outside the walls including three Indians and someone driving an oxcart. (1 item)

20785 Walter A. Burleigh
Engraving, n.d.
Engraving of the attorney, president of the Territorial Council, speculator and businessman for whom Burleigh County is named. (1 item)

20791 Belle Mehus
Papers, 1932-1979
Photograph of  Art Link presenting an award to Belle Mehus, poster, dinner program, exhibit reproduction of her programs and recital announcements, brochure for the course of study at the Mehus Conservatory of Music, funeral program for Mehus, newspaper clippings, and magazine feature articles. (.2ft/oversize)

20821 Nick Ressler
Records, 1914
Sanger, ND; Oliver Co., ND
Architectural drawings of public schools including a description of the specifications. (4 oversize prints)

20857 Soren J. Aandahl
Papers, 1910
Barnes County, ND
Architectural drawings and color photographs of the farmhouse of former governor, Fred G. Aandahl. (1v)

20871 Irene P. Norell
Papers, 1956-1957
Correspondence to Norell from other authors included in Prose Writers of North Dakota. (10 items)

20891 Lloyds Opera House. Jamestown, ND
Records, 1893
Program for the closing ceremony of the opera house, and a newspaper article about Mary Young. (2 items)

20896 Directory of Outdoor Sculptures
Papers, 1996
Copy of the directory, compiled by Robert Avalon-Tubbs, provides a summary of sculptures built across North Dakota. The directory includes photos of the art works and is arranged by type of sculpture, title of the work, location, materials used in construction, date constructed, and the name of the artist. (1v)

20929 Bodmer Copperplate Engraving
1839
Original engravings and a facsimile of “Dance of the Mandan Woman” (2 items)

20959 Karl L. Ulmer
Papers, 1971-1989
Records of the North Dakota Band Director's Association including correspondence, minutes, constitution and by-laws, membership forms, and "The Syncopator" newsletter. Score of "The Flickertale," composed by James D. Ployhar, copy of the bill designating it as the official state march signed into law on March 6, 1975, correspondence and a program from February 6, 1975 when the march was played at the State Capitol by the Jamestown High School Marching Band. Ulmer was the band Director of the Jamestown High School Band and Chairman of the North Dakota State March Committee. (.15ft)

21020 Chester E. Nelson, Jr.
Papers, n.d.
Letters to and from Frank and/or Angela Fiske from Marion Piper, and an unpublished story by Marion Piper, “The Legends of Dakota.” (.1ft)

21138 Minot Musicians Association Oral Histories.
Consists of interview on DVD of Jerry Schlag and Myron T. Dammen about the history of the music association and their band, the JMB Band.  Also contains a paper copy of the association’s constitution and by-laws.  Sarah Walker of the SHSND State Archives conducted the interview.  JMB Band music is cataloged in ODIN. ( .2ft. )

21189 Don Lewis
2013
Poems "Red Trail" and "Thistle Tree" by the Dawson (ND) native. The poems discuss the Depression of the 1920s-1930s and transportation in Dakota Territory and North Dakota (.05 ft).

21201 Fred Kovell
1962
Audio recordings on DVD of the Indian Village Singers of Cannonball (ND) at Medora (ND) in July 1962 and two acts of "Old Four Eyes" at Burning Hills Amphitheater recorded at Medora (ND). FOR REFERENCE USE ONLY (3 items).

AUDIO TAPES

1177 North Dakota Hymn
45 minute cassette
Performed by University of North Dakota's Mixed chorus, Shanley Boys Choir, North Dakota National Guard, and Agricultural College Band.

1178 Scandinavian Hymns, Folk Songs and Dances
45 minute cassette
performed by Emmy Haugerud

1322 Jamestown Opera House Closing
120 minute cassette
Recording of the last program held in the Jamestown Opera House prior to demolition, ca. 1976

1323 Stutsman County Courthouse Hearing
60 minute cassette
Recording of a KEYJ radio broadcast of a public hearing on the fate of the Stutsman County Courthouse. Featured speaker was Royce Yeater, September 1978

1349 The Land in Literature: An Evening with Tom McGrath and Larry Woiwode
90 minute cassette
State Historical Society of North Dakota program, June 26, 1981 with Larry Woiwode.

1360 Hollis Rosendahl. Music
60 minute cassette.
Consists of recordings of a number of Rosendahl's compositions

1513 Hollis N. Rosendahl
Let’s Not Say Goodbye
60 minute cassette
1985
90-AV-18

1514 Hollis N. Rosendahl
Freedom Heart
60 minute cassette
copyright 1981, recorded July 1990
90-AV-18

1515 Hollis N. Rosendahl
Tiger in my Tank
60 minute cassette
Copyright 1985, recorded July 1990
90-AV-18

1535 Frank Fiske Audio Disc Collection
30 min
Folders 1-6. "Fiddle Tunes". Inventory available.

1567-1569 Hollis Rosendahl Collection. Mss 20606
3 - 90 minute cassettes
Biography. Copyright is his. 1988 and 1990. Tape 1.

1577 Ladies at Mary Young's-Jamestown. Packing up puppets.
90 minute cassette
8/29/88. (91-AV-13)

1717 Midwinter Frolic
Arthur Link, Mr. Fiedler, Mr. Walton. 2-22-73

1793 Architectural Values in North Dakota Forum
National Historic Preservation Week, May 11-19, 1991
90 minute cassette

1794 Architectural Values in North Dakota Forum
National Historic Preservation Week, May 11-19, 1991
90 minute cassette

1801 The Nature and Variety of Alien Creatures in the Science Fiction of Alan Dean Foster
Sherry Stoskopf
90 minute cassette
Six Super Sundays Starring Six Special Scholars. North Dakota Humanities Council Lecture Series. March 28, 1993

1878 Lawrence Welk Phenomenon as Revealed in Taped Interviews with Former Musical Family Members
Groves, Dr. Robert
90 minute cassette
North Dakota Humanities Council, March 13, 1994. 94-AV-19

1883 Lipsha's Journey Home: Traveling the Path of Life in Louise Erdrich's Love Medicine and the Bingo Palace
Dr. Jean Strandness
90 minute cassette
North Dakota Humanities Council, February 20, 1994. 94-AV-19

1989 Norwegian Singers Association of America
1946, 26th Biennial Sangerfest
60 minute cassette
(96-AV-007)

1988 Lewis and Clark Centennial March
(96-AV-005)

2052 Norwegian Folk Art: The Migration of Tradition. 97-AV-19

2096 North Dakota’s forgotten musical heritage. Popular stylings of the prairie by Robert Groves.
91-AV-31.  Acc. 91-10-25

2098 Larry Woiwode Interview
Research copy only. 98-AV-02

2099 Larry Woiwode
Research copy only. 98-AV-02.

3004 Diane Albrecht and Chris Martin. Connections: History and the Making of the Dakota Centennial Folklife Festival
1989. Note: ND History Conference Pow Wows, Cowpokes and Polkas.

3005 The Land in Literature: An Evening with Tom McGrath and Larry Woiwode
Kathie Anderson, Moderator , June 26, 1981.

3009 Mark Grothier. The Dakota Rambler, 1989

3010 Hutchinson Singers
n.d. Note: Anne Radke from Eleanor Wilcox

3011 Tom Isern. The Horse in the Great Plains Folksongs
n.d. Note: Plowboys & Cowboys.

3023 Ron Ramsey. In the Architects Eye, n.d.

3026 Dr. Michael Taft. Lecturer. Mock Thy Neighbor: Bawdy Masquerades on the Great Canadian Prairies.
May 10, 1989

3058 Elks Lodge 1199 (Bismarck, ND) Chorus songs
1996. *Research copy only. 98-AV-11.

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