Albert Dollenmayer and family papers, 1865-1938.


Dollenmayer, Albert, 1862-1949. Albert Dollenmayer and family papers, 1865-1938.

Albert Dollenmayer and family papers, 1865-1938.

Letters, diaries, scrapbooks, and account books, concentrated largely in the 1880-1898 period. For the years 1879-1884, when Dollenmayer was an enlisted man in the United States Army, his correspondence with military colleagues describes life at Jefferson Barracks (Missouri), Fort Sully (Dakota Territory), and Fort Russell (Wyoming Territory), as well as a Texas surveying expedition (1881). There is information on his subsequent career in Minneapolis (Minn.) as a newspaper reporter (1888-1898), and on Minnesota and North Dakota politics.

3.0 cu. ft. (7 boxes, incl. 24 v.).

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