Frank B. Linderman Memorial Collection 1885-2005

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Frank B. Linderman Memorial Collection, 1885-2005

Frank B. Linderman Memorial Collection 1885-2005

This collection represents the productive and collective efforts of Frank Linderman and his many careers as writer, politician, assayer, and Native American ally and ethnographer. The correspondence and photographs are especially extensive and represent his many important and significant friends and acquaintances.

14.5 linear feet, 10 oversize boxes, and 81 objects

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Seltzer, O. C. (Olaf C.), 1877-1957

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Olaf Carl Seltzer was born in Copenhagen, Denmark on August 25, 1877, the son of Carl adnd Julia (Neilsen) Seltzer. While still in his teens, he studied at the Technical Institute of Copenhagen. After the death of his father in 1892 he came to the United States with his mother and settled in Great Falls, Montana, in 1892. He worked as a ranch hand for the next year. He then worked as a machinist for the Great Northern Railroad; the Butte, Anaconda, and Pacific; a railroad at Lethbridge, Alberta;...

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Gibson, Paris, 1830-1920

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Paris Gibson was born on July 1, 1830, in Brownfield, Maine. He was the son of Abel and Anne (Howard) Gibson. He graduated from Bowdoin College in 1851. In 1853 he was elected to the Maine legislature. In August 1858, Gibson married Valeria G. Sweat, who was born in Brownfield, on Nov. 30, 1839. The couple had four children, two of whom died at an early age. The surviving sons, Phillip and Theodore, later helped their father in some of his business activities. In 1859 the new couple...

Grinnell, George Bird, 1849-1938

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James, Will, 1892-1942

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Joseph Ernest Nephtali Dufault, later self-names Will James, was a cowboy originally from Canada, who went on to become an author and artist of the American West. He is well-known for his book Smoky the Cowhorse. From the description of Photographs of Will James artwork, circa 1910s-1920s. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 367950757 American writer and illustrator, who wrote simple, realistic adventure stories of the American West. From the description of Letters, 1...

Whicker, H. W. (Harold Wave), 1895-1955

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Hagedorn, Herman, 1882-1964.

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Dixon, Joseph Moore, 1867-1934.

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Linderman, Verne, 1897-1989

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Walsh, Thomas James, 1859-1933

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After a long career with the San Francisco Police Dept., Thomas P. Walsh was named Chief of Police, but only served "a day or so" before his death on May 1, 1933. Walsh was assigned to Mayor James Rolph's office in City Hall, and later served under Rolph at the Governor's Office in the State Building in San Francisco. From the description of Thomas P. Walsh diaries, 1892-1933 (bulk 1923-1933). (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 48928816 U.S. senators f...

Hatfield, Sarah

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De Yong, Joe, 1894-

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Joe De Yong was a western movie extra, a cowboy artist, protégé of Charles Marion Russell (Montana's cowboy artist), and an historical consultant on western films. From the description of Joe De Yong letter, 1972. (National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum). WorldCat record id: 61257693 Richard "Dick" Jean Flood, the son of Richard Flood and Jeannette St. Jean, was born on April 18, 1942 in Anaconda, Montana. In the 1940s Flood developed an interest in western art, Cha...

Paxson, E. S., 1852-1919

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Linderman, Wilda Jane, 1894-1981

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Merriam, H. G. (Harold Guy), 1883-

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Horn, Ernest, 1882-1967

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