Title: Anna C. Muri Papers
Collection Number: Mss 10772
Quantity: .25 linear feet
Abstract: The papers consist of school records documenting course work in General Science, English, Geography, Civics, a book report, and a report card for her Eighth Grade Studies at Harlow School in Benson County.
Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota acquired the Anna Muri papers from Mrs. Lloyd (Anna Muri) Bremseth in May 1999.
Property Rights: The State Historical Society of North Dakota owns the property rights to this collection.
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Transfer: Publication transferred to publication collection: The History of the Hathaway School.
Christian Jorgen Muri was born in Norfjored, Norway in 1872 and came to North Dakota 1893. He became a naturalized citizen in February 1902. His wife Marie M. Bjorlo was born in Norfjored, Norway in May 1874 and came to North Dakota in 1897. Their children were Pernella 1893, Rachel 1899, Martha 1900, Josephine 1902, George 1904, Clara 1907, Martin 1909, Marie 1911, Anna 1913, and Rangvald 1915. They homesteaded one mile south of what is now the town of Harlow in Benson County. Christ died in Minnesota February 7, 1943 and Marie died in 1933.
Anna C. Muri was born August 11, 1913 and attended the two room school in Harlow, ND that her father helped build. After grade school she attended Benson County Agricultural and Training School at Maddock. She married Lloyd Bremseth who was born in North Dakota in 1909 and had lived in Leeds, Benson County. They eventually moved to Gronvik, Minnesota. Anna died in Minnesota February 13, 2005.
Maddock Diamond Jubilee, 1901-1976
1 Notebook, General Science Experiments
2 Notebook, General Science Experiments
3 Publication, English Fundamentals
4 Publication Work book, Geography of ND
5 Notebook, Civics
6 Report Card 8th grade
7 Book Report, "The Lady of the Lake"
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