Papers, 1920-1967.


Russell, Carl Parcher, 1894-1967. Papers, 1920-1967.

Papers, 1920-1967.

Correspondence, diaries, journals, reminiscences, notes, book reviews, accounts, minutes, business records, reports, documents, newspaper articles, photographs, motion pictures, microfilm, drawings, published and unpublished writings of Russell and others, and other papers, chiefly collected, arranged, edited, and indexed by Russell. The papers relate to his interest in the fur trade, Western exploration and frontier life, military and trading posts, and the National Park Service and the conservation of sites, artifacts, the history and lore of trappers, and the role of the trapper in the West.

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