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Title: Alan Woolworth. Selected Articles on the Fort Berthold Reservation and Melvin Gilmore

Dates: 1878-1987

Collection Number: 10968

Quantity: .5 foot 

Abstract: Contains copies of articles and writings on the history of Fort Berthold compiled by Alan Woolworth, and bibliographies, correspondence, manuscripts and research articles by or about Melvin R. Gilmore. Typewritten listing of articles and writings are available in Woolworth case file and first folder in box. For Research Use only. See also 20362 for archeological survey of Fort Berthold by Woolworth.

Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota acquired the Alan Woolworth Collection from Alan Woolworth in 1992. An addition was made to the collection in January 2007.

Property Rights: The articles and writings in this collection belong to the authors of the materials.

Copyrights:
Copyrights to this collection remain with the donor, publisher, author, or author's heirs. Researchers should consult the 1976 Copyright Act, Public Law 94-553, Title 17, U.S. Code or an archivist at this repository if clarification of copyright requirements is needed.

Access:
This collection is open for research use only.

Citation:
Researchers are requested to cite the collectionthe original articles or publications in all footnote and bibliographic references.

Transfer:

Box / Folder Inventory

Box 1:
1 American Missionary, articles from      1878-1889
2 American Missionary, articles from      1892-1894
3 Hall, C. L. & Deborah Hall written by     1916-1917
4 Articles & chapters from books & newspapers                1911-1986
5 Copies from H. W. Case Papers, Hall collection and D. W. Longfellow collection n.d.
6 The World Carrier  articles         1888-1933
7 McLean County Independent articles   n. d.

Box 2:
1 Letters between Alan Woolworth and David L. Erickson re: Melvin R. Gilmore and his work       n. d.
2 Addenda to appendix B - Bibliography of Melvin R. Gilmore; David D. Erickson 1971
3 Manuscript Record MS231, Gilmore, Melvin Randolph, 1868-1940         
4 Memos between Ann Regan, editor of MHS Press, and Alan Woolworth            n. d.
5 Comments: the Welsch essay on Melvin R. Gilmore & Prairie Smoke book review of Gilmore 's Prairie Smoke by Ronald McCoy  n. d.
6 Melvin R. Gilmore, illustrated by Louis Schellbach. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 1987; introduction to reprint volume by Roger Welsh 1987
7 Copies of 3x5 cards headed: Contemporary observations on Gilmore's work; A biography & obituaries of Melvin R. Gilmore; Book review of Gilmore's major works; Derivatives of Gilmore's work  n. d.
8 Memo from Alan Woolworth re: The Gilmore bibliography; Works by Melvin R. Gilmore; Works about Melvin R. Gilmore; copies of 3x5 cards re: works by & about Melvin R. Gilmore         n. d.
9 Copies of "A guide to the manuscript division of the State Archives, Nebraska State Historical Society," re: holdings of works by or about Melvin R. Gilmore      n. d.
10 OCLC searches for all publications by Melvin T. [R.?] Gilmore n. d.
11 Gilmore, Melvin R. "Life in North Dakota a hundred years ago", Proceedings, Thirtieth annual session of the North Dakota Education Association, November 15-17, 1916; References to Melvin R. Gilmore in 1910-1942
12 Erickson, David L. "Melvin Randoph Gilmore, incipient cultural ecologist: a biographic analysis." Lincoln, Nebraska: Thesis, Dec. 1971
13 Related articles           1928-1937
14 Obituaries in: New York Times & New York Sun, Saturday July 27, 1940; Articles from: Current Biography, 1940. Will, George F. "Dr. Melvin R. Gilmore" North Dakota Historical Quarterly, v 8, Oct 1940-1941
15 More articles by Gilmore        1910-1913
16 More works by Melvin R. Gilmore      1915-1933
17 Gilmore material listed in        1930-1975
18 References to Gilmore, copies of photos from SHSND              1917-1969

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