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Title: Kenneth Hartman Harstad. Papers

Dates: ca. 1900-2001

Collection Number: MSS 11079

Quantity: 2.75 feet

Abstract: Papers consist of correspondence, genealogical information, newsclippings, notes, confirmation certificate, history of Antler (ND), diploma and photo album of portraits taken in North Dakota and Minnesota.

Provenance: The papers were donated to the State Historical Society of North Dakota by Katherine Harstad Nygaard, Kenneth Hartman Harstad's daughter, on February 8, 2011. The collection was processed, and the finding aid created by Emily E. Schultz in February 2011.

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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

Kenneth Hartman Harstad was born October 22, 1905 in Portland, ND, to Anton Arent and Emma Belinda (Austinson) Harstad. He graduated from Mayville High School in May 1925. Kenneth married Mary Elaine (Brennan) Harstad August 21, 1935 in Sidney, MT. Mary was born in Antler, ND, on October 30, 1908. Kenneth passed away in Mesa, AZ, February 28, 1983. Mary Harstad passed away March 18, 2010 in Billings, MT.

Sources: www.ancestry.com
Kenneth Hartman Harstad. Papers. MSS 11079. State Historical Society of North Dakota.
Bismarck, ND.

BOX AND FOLDER INVENTORY

Oversize Confirmation Certificate and Diploma, Mayville High School (in folder), 1920 &
1925

Box 1:
1 Correspondence, genealogical information, news clippings, "History of Antler," notes, 1928-2001
2 Photograph album - portraits taken in ND and MN (most unidentified), ca. 1900

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