Guide to the Sherburne Family Papers
1823-1962

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Creator: Sherburne Family
Title: Sherburne Family Papers
Dates: 1823-1962 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 90.0 linear feet (125 boxes, 90 oversize volumes, two oversize boxes, and one reel of microfilm)
Collection Number: Mss 067
Summary: This collection includes correspondence, financial, legal, organizational, photographic, and audio records generated or collected by Joseph Herbert Sherburne and his extended family, with particular representation from the family's business enterprises along the Northern Rocky Mountain Front Range and the Blackfeet Indian Reservation during the early twentieth century.
Repository: University of Montana--Missoula
Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
Archives and Special Collections

The University of Montana—Missoula
Missoula, MT 59812
406-243-2053
http://www.lib.umt.edu/asc
library.archives@umontana.edu

Languages: Materials are in English 
Sponsor: Funding for preparing this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Historic Publications and Records Commission. Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities

Historical Note

Joseph Herbert Sherburne was born December 12, 1851, in Phillips, Maine to Joseph and Betsy Sherburne. At 15 he left school and moved to Minnesota to work with his uncle on the state’s first railroad. Sometime between 1866 and 1876 Sherburne relocated to Arkansas City, Kansas, working as a druggist, miller, and storekeeper. While working as a shopkeeper in Arkansas City, he began trading with multiple tribal groups in Oklahoma to acquire buffalo hides. He then sold the hides in St. Louis, Missouri. In 1876 Sherburne established a trading post, under Federal license, to solidify his business relations with the Indian tribes near Ponca of the Oklahoma Territory. In 1879 Joseph Sherburne married Gertrude Lockley, born in Albany, New York. The Sherburnes began their family at Ponca but encountered several hardships in operating the trading post. After the failure of a cattle ranching venture, Joseph temporarily moved back to Arkansas City and opened both real estate and insurance businesses to pay off his debts. The following spring Sherburne sold his land interests in the Oklahoma Territory to a larger ranching operation, subcontracting to process and market their beef for Indian agencies throughout the region.

The Sherburnes had six children: Joseph Lockely VIII, Frank Ponca, Hazel, Arthur, Agnes and Theodosia.

Joseph Sherburne continued to conduct various trading operations with the Indian tribes of the Oklahoma Territory until 1895. During this period the Sherburnes became friends with Helen P. Clark, a Blackfeet tribal member from Montana who was sent as a government agent to induce the Poncas to accept general allotment to individual tracts of land. Joseph Sherburne made several trips to Montana and eventually decided to relocate his family and business interests to the Blackfeet Reservation. At the time James and Joseph Kipp, Blackfeet tribal members, owned and operated a general store in Browning, Montana. The Kipps' business closed late in 1895 and Joseph Sherburne established a trading post and general store at Browning in the spring of 1896. Gertrude Sherburne and their six children arrived at Browning in June, but only remained in Montana for the summer months. Though Joseph Sherburne hired his nephew, Walter Shepard, to serve as a temporary schoolteacher until a formal schoolhouse in Browning could be built, Mrs. Sherburne relocated the children to a family house in Minneapolis, Minnesota every school year until the early 1900s. She and the children spent their summers in Montana.

Gertrude Sherburne's sister, Louise, lived with the Sherburnes in Ponca, and was married to Henry Howard Arthur, an Indian Affairs clerk. He died in 1901 in Teton County, Montana. She continued to live in Browning and was involved with some of the Sherburne businesses.

Another of Mrs. Sherburne's sisters, Maude, was married to prominent Missoula, Montana, architect A. J. Gibson. Both were killed in 1928 in a car accident.

Fred E. Lockley was Gertrude Sherburne's brother. Their father was a prominent newspaperman in Salt Lake City, Butte, Montana, and Salem, Oregon. Fred followed in those footsteps with a column in the Oregon Journal of Portland, Oregon. He lived in Yaquina Bay, Oregon.

Under Joseph Sherburne’s leadership the Sherburne Mercantile Company grew to become the economic and social center of Browning. The business grew to include real estate, banking, telephone communications, and Northern Pacific Railway commissary supply. The Northern Pacific line had been completed in 1891. The Sherburne Mercantile “loan department” and its assets served as the foundation for the First National Bank of Browning, opened in 1917. Joseph Sherburne was also heavily involved with mineral and oil speculation along the Rocky Mountain eastern front range of Montana. He was an officer of the Swift Current Oil, Land, and Power Company. This company achieved the first successful oil drilling operation in Montana, located in the Swift Current Valley near the lake now known as Sherburne Lake. The Sherburne Mercantile also opened branch stores in Babb, Montana, and in the newly designated Glacier National Park. The majority of Park lands were formerly part of the Blackfeet Reservation and were purchased by the U.S. government in the 1895, justified partly in response to mining claim pressures and partly to supplement the economic resources of the Blackfeet tribe.

Both Joseph and Gertrude Sherburne were actively involved in Browning society and used the mercantile as a meeting place. Browning’s first school was established in the Sherburne’s home, which was attached to the Mercantile. Gertrude organized Montana’s first Red Cross chapter in 1917 and participated in numerous civic events and organizations. Joseph was an active Montana Republican Party supporter and was a member of the Masons. Both were very active in the local Presbyterian Church.

Gertrude Lockley Sherburne died in Browning in 1935. Joseph Herbert Sherburne died in Browning, September 1938. Their oldest son, Joseph (“Joe”) Lockley Sherburne, assumed primary operation of Mercantile operations after his father’s death. Joe was born November 22, 1883, at the Ponca Indian Agency in the Oklahoma Territory. He completed his secondary education in Minnesota and spent his summers helping his father at the Mercantile, working for federal land survey parties along the Montana front range, and making bicycle trips around the Pacific Northwest with his cousin, Walter Sheppard. Joe began a university degree at the University of Minnesota in 1904 but illness prevented him from completing the school year. He returned to Montana and helped with the family business. In 1906 Joe helped open the Sherburne Mercantile branch store in Babb, Montana—at the eastern entrance to the eventual Glacier National Park. He married Eula Churchill, daughter of the Cut Bank (Montana) Boarding School superintendent, in 1908. They raised two children, Faithe and Frederic. Joe expanded Mercantile operations to include insurance, real estate, and bonding agencies.

Over the course of his professional career Joseph Lockley Sherburne served as Manager, Vice-President, and President of the Sherburne Mercantile Company, as President of the First National Bank of Browning, as a member of the Browning School Board, and as an officer/director of the Browning Development Company, the Blackfeet Lumber Company, the Rocky Mountain Realty Company, Montana Citizens Council, Montana Tax Equality Association, and the Two Medicine Oil Association. He was adopted as a member of the Blackfeet Nation and was active with the American Red Cross, the U.S. War Labor Board, the Montana Republican Party, the Browning Methodist Episcopal Church, the Masons, the Shriners, and numerous local civic organizations. During World War II, Joe was chairman of the U.S. “Dogs for Defense” Committee, an organization that coordinated efforts to “draft” civilian dogs into military service and train them as sentries and bomb detectors.

In 1942, the original Sherburne Mercantile building burned to the ground. With building materials unavailable during wartime, the business continued in scattered buildings around Browning. In 1945 the drug, grocery, and dry goods departments of the Sherburne Mercantile were sold to Buttrey’s of Montana, with only the lumber, hardware, and building supply departments continuing under the Sherburne name. Joseph Lockley Sherburne died in Browning, Montana in 1955.

Content Description

This collection includes correspondence, financial, legal, organizational, photographic, and audio records generated or collected by Joseph Herbert Sherburne and his extended family, with particular representation from the family's business enterprises along the Northern Rocky Mountain Front Range during the early 20th Century. The Sherburne family became deeply invested into the economy and society of Browning, Montana, the Blackfeet Reservation more generally, and the eastern gateway to Glacier National Park. From the earliest to the latest records, collection materials center upon economic and social exchanges with American Indian tribes and tribal members--from the Oklahoma Territory to Montana. These materials present an insightful addition to government records for researching modern Blackfeet tribal history, relations between Indian reservation residents and non-Indian business owners, as well as the early twentieth-century economic development of the Northern Rocky Mountain Front Range.

Collection materials also provide significant insights into Sherburne family experiences, particularly early-twentieth century feminine perspectives on family, business, and life in rural eastern Montana. Additionally, these records present unique insights into the role of non-Indian business owners in constructing the distinct economic and social structures of the Blackfeet Reservation. Joseph Herbert Sherburne established the First National Bank of Browning--for many years the only lending institution on the Blackfeet Reservation--and his son Joseph Lockley Sherburne was a central figure in creating the Blackfeet Tribal Business Council--an organization that temporarily supplanted the Tribal Council as the federally recognized decision-making authority on the Reservation. Additionally, the Sherburne family was intimately engaged with organizing civic, social, and religious groups in Browning, Montana. This collection's photographic materials present a detailed and significant record of central and western Montana's cultural and economic traditions, community developments, and landscape transformations spanning the first half of the twentieth century.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  

Researchers must use collection in accordance with the policies of Archives and Special Collections, the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, and the University of Montana--Missoula.

Restrictions on Use :  

Researchers are responsible for using in accordance with 17 U.S.C. and any other applicable statutes. Copyright transferred to the University of Montana.

Preferred Citation :  

[Name of document or photograph number], Sherburne Family Papers, Archives and Special Collections, The University of Montana—Missoula.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

The collection is divided into five subgroups, then into thirty-four series:

Subgroup 1: Family Papers, 1823-1956, 2.5 linear feet and 1 reel of microfilm

Series I: Joseph and Betsy Sherburne, 1823-1873, 2 folders

Series II: Joseph Herbert and Gertrude Lockley Sherburne, 1880-1956, 0.25 linear feet

Series III: A. J. and Maude Lockley Gibson, 1928-1929, 3 folders

Series IV: Henry Howard and Louise Lockley Arthur, 1861-1909, 0.25 linear feet and 1 reel of microfilm

Series V: Fred E. Lockley, 1865, 2 folders

Series VI: Joseph Lockley Sherburne, 1900-1956, 1.50 linear feet

Series VII: Arthur Sherburne, 1910-1915, .25 linear feet

Series VIII: James Grant, 1878-1894, 5 folders

Subgroup 2: Correspondence, 1876-1962, 33.25 linear feet

Series IX: Incoming Correspondence, 1876-1911, 4.5 linear feet

Series X: Outgoing Correspondence, 1882-1924, 10.5 linear feet

Series XI: General Correspondence, 1889-1962, 18.25 linear feet

Subgroup 3: Sherburne Mercantile, 1887-1954, 18.5 linear feet and 76 oversize volumes

Series XII: Babb Store, 1903-1921, 2.0 linear feet and 5 oversize volumes

Series XIII: Glacier National Park Store, 1917-1921, 2 folders

Series XIV: Financial and Legal, 1887-1954, 16.25 linear feet and 71 oversize volumes

Series XV: Organization, 1909-1951, 6 folders

Subgroup 4: Other Business Interests, 1885-1955, 14.25 linear feet and 14 oversize volumes

Series XVI: Pre-Montana Businesses, 1885-1899, 0.25 linear feet and 5 oversize volumes

Series XVII: First National Bank of Browning, 1917-1955, 0.75 linear feet

Series XVIII: St. Mary's International Telephone Company, 1910, 1 folder

Series XIX: Sherburne Investment Company, 1919, 1 folder

Series XX: Swift Current Oil, Land and Power Company, 1904-1930, 0.25 linear feet

Series XXI: Badger Creek Land and Livestock Company, 1926-1937, 0.75 linear feet

Series XXII: Blackfeet Lumber Company, 1920-1923, 0.25 linear feet

Series XXIII: Blackfeet Tribal Business Council, 1935-1954, 3 folders

Series XXIV: Blackfeet Tribe, 1924-1954, 0.25 linear feet

Series XXV: City of Browning, 1936-1937, 1 folder

Series XXVI: Browning Funeral Home, 1942-1944, 0.25 linear feet

Series XXVII: Browning Public Schools, 1916-1917, 0.25 linear feet

Series XXVIII: Dogs for Defense,1942-1954, 0.25 linear feet

Series XXIX: Federal Land Bank of Spokane, 1930-1935, 0.5 linear feet and 9 oversize volumes

Series XXX: Real Estate, 1908-1956, 9.0 linear feet

Series XXXI: Glacier County Salvage, 1942-1944, 0.25 linear feet

Series XXXII: Ranch and Livestock, 1901-1942, 1.0 linear feet

Subgroup 5: Photographs and Audio, 1898-1955, 2.5 linear feet

Series XXXIII: Photographs, 1898-1954, 1.5 linear feet

Series XXXIV: Audio, 1954-1955, 1.0 linear foot

Custodial History :  

The materials were in the possession of the Sherburne family until time of donation to the Archives.

Acquisition Information :  

Gift of Fred Sherburne and Faithe Sherburne Bercovich, 1976, 1978, and 1983.

Processing Note :  

The collection was originally processed in three parts as the Sherburne Mercantile Papers (LC 67, LC 74, and LC 120); audio materials and photographs were separated, and a portion of the photographs remained unprocessed. The correspondence in LC 67 was arranged largely as it had come, with all correspondence filed chronologically, then alphabetically. During 2004 processing, the three collections were re-united as one collection, with photographs and audio added back in. The collection was re-named the more accurate Sherburne Family Papers, and a new series arrangement was devised that fully reflected the presence of several generations of personal papers as well as business records. Formerly unprocessed photographs were described and integrated into the collection. Louise Lockley's diary, previously processed as Mss 401, was integrated back into the collection, since it clearly originated there.

Separated Materials :  

During original processing, the following materials were separated from the collection and placed in the Mansfield Library's book and maps collections:

Fred Lockley, Across the Plains by Prairie Schooner

Fred Lockely, To Oregon by Ox-Team in '47

Glacier National Park in Natural Color

Historical Society of Montana, Charles Marion Russell

Charles F. Luckhard, Faith in the Forest

George C. Shaw, The Chinook Jargon and How to Use It

Frederic J. Long, Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon

William Tomkins, Universal Indian Sign Language

Glacier County, Montana

Kalispell Chamber of Commerce, The Flathead

Blueprint of Pipeline for water supply to town of Browning, Montana.

Additionally, an original edition Edison Voicewriter (dictation recorder) was separated from the collection but retained by the K. Ross Toole Archives.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Subgroup 1:  Family Papers, 1823-1956
2.5 linear feet and 1 reel of microfilm

Materials in this subgroup include personal records from members of the extended Sherburne family (also James Grant whose relationship to the Sherburne family is unclear). Materials range from checkbook registers to published writings, from estate records to short correspondence sequences, and from certificates of appreciation to business licenses.

Container(s)
Description
Series I: Joseph Sherburne and Elizabeth "Betsy" Sherburne, 1823-1873
2 folders
Joseph and Betsy were the parents of Joseph Herbert Sherburne; they lived in Maine. The series contains records relating to Joseph Sherburne's estate and some notes taken by Betsy Sherburne.
Box/Folder
1/1 Estate of Joseph Sherburne, 1823-1873
1/2 Notes, Betsy Sherburne, 1842-1862
Series II: Joseph Herbert Sherburne and Gertrude Lockley Sherburne, 1880-1956
0.25 linear feet
Joseph Herbert and Gertrude Lockley Sherburne established the Sherburne Mercantile in Browning, Montana, as well as other family businesses in Montana. Materials in this series include civic group appreciation certificates, business licenses, and legal documents directly related to Joseph, Gertrude, and their business enterprises. Also included are newspaper clippings about the Sherburne family, issues of interest to the Sherburnes, and some cartoon art work.
Box/Folder
1/3 Certificates and Licenses, 1880-1889
1/4 Certificates and Licenses, 1890-1899
1/5 Certificates and Licenses, 1900-1909
1/6 Certificates and Licenses, 1910-1919
1/7 Certificates and Licenses, 1920-1929
1/8 Certificates and Licenses, 1930-1939
1/9 Certificates and Licenses, 1940-1949
1/10 Certificates and Licenses, 1950-1956
1/11 Clippings, Sherburne Family
1/12 Clippings, Other
1/13 Drawings and Cartoons
1/14 Clippings, Biographical
1/15 Clippings, First Presbyterian Church materials
125/252 Cash Book, 1924-1928
Series III: A. J. Gibson and Maude Lockley Gibson, 1928-1929
3 folders
Maude Lockley Gibson was Gertrude Sherburne's sister. Maude's husband A. J. was involved with Sherburne business ventures, particularly land speculation; this is represented primarily in the Correspondence subgroup. Materials in this series relate mostly to Maude's estate after she was killed in 1928; Gertrude Sherburne was one of the beneficiaries. The series also contains A. J. Gibson's drawing for the Sherburne, Montana, post office, which was built.
Box/Folder
2/1 Clippings, A.J. Gibson
2/2 Drawing of Browning Post Office, A. J. Gibson, 1928
2/3 Maude L. Gibson Estate, 1929
Series IV: Henry Howard Arthur and Louise Lockley Arthur, 1861-1909
0.25 linear feet and 1 reel of microfilm
Louise Lockley was Gertrude Sherburne's sister. She lived with the Sherburne family in Ponca, Indian Territory, where she met and married Henry Arthur. This series contains documentation of his military service and the aftermath of his death. There is a letter that Louise received in Walla Walla, Washington, where she lived with her parents, in 1862. It also contains two of Louise's diaries: one from 1882 to 1885 that documents her life in Ponca, Indian Territory, including horseback riding, and visits to the Indian school and Ponca Agency, where Chief Joseph and members of his Nez Perce tribe had been moved in 1879 after their 1877 flight from the U.S. military. The Nez Perce moved back to Idaho in 1883. The second diary dates from 1905 to 1906 and contains her observations and drawings of nature on the Rocky Mountain Front. Last, the series contains materials relating to the Chief Mountain Oil Company, which names Lousie as secretary.
Box/Folder
2/4 Arthur Correspondence, 1879-1900
2/5 Henry Howard Arthur Estate, 1901
2/6 Legal and Financial Documents, 1881-1897
2/7 Louise Lockley Arthur, "Observations in Nature Work", 1905-1906
2/8 Letter from Fred Lockley to Lou [Louise] Lockley, 1862
2/9 Chief Mountain Oil Company, correspondence, 1907
2/10 Chief Mountain Oil Company, legal, 1905-1906
2/11 Chief Mountain Oil Company, organization, 1909
OS1/1 Arthur, Henry H., U.S. Army Discharge, 1861
OS1/2 Arthur, Henry H., U.S. Navy Discharge, 1868
Microfilm Reel
Louise Lockley, Diary, 1882-1885
Series V: Fred E. Lockley, 1865
2 folders
Fred E. Lockley was Gertrude Sherburne's brother. Like his father, he was a newspaperman and had a column in the Oregon Journal. The series contains clippings of some of his columns and a few financial records. There is extensive correspondence with him in the Correspondence subgroup.
Box/Folder
2/12 Financial Records, 1865
2/13 Clippings
Series VI: Joseph Lockley Sherburne, 1900-1956
1.5 linear feet
Joseph "Joe" Lockley Sherburne was the eldest son of Joseph Herbert and Gertrude Sherburne. He helped open the Sherburne Mercantile satellite store in Babb, Montana, and shortly became manager. After his father's death Joe assumed responsibility for most Sherburne family business enterprises, particularly the Sherburne Mercantile and First National Bank of Browning. Joe was also a prolific writer working as a stringer for the Great Falls Tribuneand Associated Press as well as fiction stories published in Reader's Digest. This series contains samples of Joe's writings, correspondence regarding his efforts to get published, research materials for his writing, tax and estate records for Joe and Eula Sherburne, personal check registers, and numerous personal diaries. Materials in this series provide particular insights into practices for and experiences of rural reporters "stringing" stories for larger markets.
Box/Folder
2/14 Estate of Joseph L. Sherburne, 1947-1953
2/15 Estate of Joseph L. Sherburne, 1955-1956
2/16 Correspondence regarding stories, 1907, 1923-1939
2/17 Correspondence regarding stories, 1940-1955
2/18 Instructions to reporters, Great Falls Tribune, 1932-1933
2/18 Writings, undated
3/1 Writings
3/2 News Reports, Great Falls Tribune and Associated Press
3/3 News Reports, Great Falls Tribune and Associated Press
3/4 News Reports, Great Falls Tribune and Associated Press
3/5 Readers Digest
3/6 Clippings of stories
3/7 Research materials
3/8 History of Blackfeet chapter of American Red Cross, 1931
3/9 Richard Sanderville Chief Bull writings
3/10 Income Taxes, 1917-1934
3/11 Income Taxes, 1935-1940
3/12 Income Taxes, 1941-1946
4/1 Income Taxes, 1947-1948
4/2 Income Taxes, 1949
4/3 Income Taxes, 1950
4/4 Income Taxes, 1951-1955
4/5 Diary, July-November 1900
4/6 Diary partial, May 1901
4/7 Diaries, 1901 and 1905
4/8 Diaries, "Indian Language Words Used in the Store" and addresses, 1906-1907
4/9 Diaries, 1908-1910
4/10 Diaries, Accounts, Memoranda, and Addresses, 1917-1920
5/1 Diaries, Addresses and Accounts, 1925, 1936, 1937
5/2 Clippings, undated
125/253 Check register, 1937-1943
125/254 Check register, 1943-1946
125/255 Check register, 1947-1949
Series VII: Arthur Sherburne, 1910-1915
0.25 linear feet
Arthur Sherburne was the third son of Joseph Herbert and Gertrude Lockley Sherburne. Materials in this series include small amounts of personal correspondence, financial records, and legal documents.
Box/Folder
5/3 Correspondence, 1913, 1915
5/4 Legal Documents, 1914
125/251 Cash book, 1910
Series VIII: James Grant, 1878-1894
5 folders
James Grant's relationship to the Sherburne family is unknown. He lived in Dupuyer Creek, Montana. The series contains his correspondence with James and Joe Kipp (owners of the Browning Mercantile that the Sherburne's purchased and opened as the Sherburne Mercantile) and an extensive run of correspondence with Christopher Higgins, a prominent businessman of Missoula, Montana.
Box/Folder
5/5 Correspondence including Kipp, James and Joe, 1878-1894
5/6 Financial Records, 1882-1833
5/7 Legal Documents, 1883
5/8 Clippings, 1882, 1894
5/9 Miscellany, undated

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Subgroup 2:  Correspondence, 1876-1962
33.25 linear feet

Materials in this subgroup consist of Sherburne family general correspondence--personal and business, incoming and outgoing. Items in Series IX are loose sheets of correspondence separated and identified as "incoming" at the time these materials were donated to the archives. Series X materials are bound volumes of outgoing correspondence primarily from the Sherburne Mercantile, but also include some personal correspondence. Items in Series XI include both incoming and outgoing correspondence, generally postdating materials in the previous two series, with a few items of overlap.

Container(s)
Description
Series IX: Incoming Correspondence, 1876-1911
4.5 linear feet
This series contains incoming correspondence; mostly addressed to Joseph Herbert Sherburne regarding mercantile business but also includes some general family correspondence. These materials span the Sherburne's businesses in Oklahoma, Kansas, and Montana, providing some insights into daily operations for businesses operating within American Indian reservations and some details regarding the Sherburne family's move to Montana. The correspondence sequences in this series are particularly prevalent during the Browning years, including exchanges with several western and central Montana businesses, politicians, and prominent citizens.
Box/Folder
6/1 A-Z, 1876
6/2 Carr, H. M., 1891
6/3 Frost, S. A., 1891
6/4 A-Z, 1891
6/5 United States, 1892
6/6 A-Z, 1892
6/7 United States, 1893
6/8 A-Z, 1893
6/9 A-Z, 1894
6/10 A-Z, 1900
6/11 A, 1901
6/12 Frost, S.A., 1901
6/13 B-F, 1901
6/14 Hartwig, Otto, 1901
6/15 Hege, S. B., 1901
6/16 G-H, 1901
6/17 Kipp, Joseph, 1901
6/18 I-K, 1901
6/19 Missoula Mercantile Company Kalispell, 1901
6/20 Montana State, 1901
6/21 M, 1901
6/22 N-P, 1901
6/23 R-S, 1901
6/24 Tatsey, J., 1901
6/25 United States, 1901
6/26 T-W, 1901
6/27 A-B, 1902
6/28 C-E, 1902
6/29 Hartwig, Otto J., 1902
6/30 F-H, 1902
6/31 Lockley, Fred, 1902
6/32 I-L, 1902
6/33 Missoula Mercantile Company Kalispell, 1902
6/34 M-P, 1902
6/35 R, 1902
6/36 Stanford, H. P., 1902
6/37 S, 1902
6/38 United States, 1902
6/39 T-W, 1902
6/40 A-Z, 1903
6/41 United States, Department of the Interior, 1904
6/42 Hege, S.B., 1905
6/43 A-Z, 1905
6/44 Hege, S.B., 1906
6/45 United States, 1906
6/46 A-Z, 1906
7/1 A-D, 1907
7/2 F-G, 1907
7/1 Hege, S.B., 1907
7/4 H-K, 1907
7/5 L, 1907
7/6 Montana State, 1907
7/7 Montana Stockgrowers, 1907
7/8 M, 1907
7/9 Pray, Charles N., 1907
7/10 N-R, 1907
7/11 S-T, 1907
7/12 United States, 1907
7/13 U-Z, 1907
7/14 A-B, 1908
7/15 C, 1908
7/16 D-E, 1908
7/17 Frost, S.A., 1908
7/18 F, 1908
7/19 G, 1908
7/20 Hartwig, Otto, 1908
7/21 Hege, S.B., 1908
7/22 H-I, 1908
7/23 J-K, 1908
7/24 L, 1908
7/25 Missoula Mercantile Company Kalispell, 1908
8/1 M, 1908
8/2 N-P, 1908
8/3 R, 1908
8/4 Stanford, Harry P., 1908
8/5 S, 1908
8/6 United States, Department of the Interior, 1908
8/7 T-V, 1908
8/8 W-Z, 1908
8/9 A, 1909
8/10 B, 1909
8/11 Curtis, Edward S., 1909
8/12 C, 1909
8/13 D-E, 1909
8/14 F, 1909
8/15 Hege, S.B., 1909
8/16 Hill, Louis W., 1909
8/17 G-H, 1909
8/18 I-L, 1909
9/1 Missoula Mercantile Company Kalispell, 1909
9/2 Montana State, 1909
9/3 Sherburne, Morse, 1909
9/4 M, 1909
9/5 N, 1909
9/6 O, 1909
9/7 P, 1909
9/8 R, 1909
9/9 Shepard, Ralph, 1909
9/10 Sherburne, Eula, 1909
9/11 Stanford, Harry P., 1909
9/12 S, 1909
9/13 S, 1909
9/14 United States, 1909
9/15 T-U, 1909
9/16 W-Z, 1909
10/1 A, 1910
10/2 B, 1910
10/3 C, 1910
10/4 C, 1910
10/5 D, 1910
10/6 E, 1910
10/7 F, 1910
10/8 Gibson, A.J., 1910
10/9 G, 1910
10/10 Hartwig, Otto, 1910
10/11 Hege, S.B., 1910
10/12 H, 1910
11/1 I, 1910
11/2 J, 1910
11/3 Kiser Photo Company, 1910
11/4 K, 1910
11/5 Lockley, Fred, 1910
11/6 L, 1910
11/7 Missoula Mercantile Company Kalispell, 1910
11/8 Montana State, 1910
11/9 Morse, Sherburne, 1910
11/10 M, 1910
11/11 M, 1910
11/12 N, 1910
11/13 O, 1910
11/14 Pray, Charles N., 1910
11/15 P, 1910
11/16 R, 1910
11/17 Sherburne, Eduardo Blanco, 1910
11/18 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1910
12/1 Sherburne, Lou, 1910
12/2 Stanford, Harry P., 1910
12/3 S, 1910
12/4 S, 1910
12/5 S, 1910
12/6 Tatsey, Joe, 1910
12/7 T, 1910
12/8 Union Bank and Trust Company, 1910
12/9 United States, 1910
12/10 U, 1910
12/11 V, 1910
12/12 W, 1910
12/13 A, 1911
12/14 B, 1911
12/15 C, 1911
13/1 D-E, 1911
13/2 F, 1911
13/3 Gibson, A.J., 1911
13/4 G, 1911
13/5 Hartwig, Otto, 1911
13/6 Hege, S.B., 1911
13/7 H, 1911
13/8 I-J, 1911
13/9 Kiser Photo Company, 1911
13/10 K-L, 1911
13/11 Missoula Mercantile Company Kalispell, 1911
13/12 Montana State, 1911
13/13 Morse, Sherburne, 1911
13/14 M, 1911
13/15 N, 1911
13/16 O-P, 1911
13/17 Retail Merchants Association of Montana, 1911
13/18 R, 1911
13/19 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1911
13/20 S, 1911
13/21 T, 1911
13/22 United States, 1911
13/23 V, 1911
13/24 W-Z, 1911
Series X: Outgoing Correspondence, 1882-1924
10.5 linear feet
This series contains outgoing correspondence, both personal and professional, contained within bound volumes. These materials span the Sherburne's businesses in Oklahoma, Kansas, and Montana. Materials are particularly strong during the Browning years, including exchanges with several western and central Montana businesses, politicians, and prominent citizens.
Box/Folder
14/1 June 1882-February 1883
14/2 February 1883-June 1884
14/3 December 1886-November 1887
14/4 April 1881-July 1888
15/1 July 1888-March 1890
15/2 April 1890-December 1891
15/3 December 1891-December 1892
15/4 December 1892-January 1894
16/1 August 1895-February 1897
16/2 March 1894-July 1897
16/3 July 1897-February 1898
16/4 February-June 1898
17/1 June-October 1898
17/2 October 1898-March 1899
17/3 March-August 1899
18/1 June 1884-September 1899
18/2 September-December 1899
18/3 December 1899-May 1900
19/1 June-September 1900
19/2 September 1900-January 1901
19/3 February-July 1901
19/4 July-November 1901
20/1 November 1901-June 1902
20/2 June-October 1902
20/3 October 1902-March 1903
20/4 March-August 1903
21/1 August-September 1903
21/2 December 1903-March 1904
21/3 May-September 1904
21/4 September 1904-March 1905
22/1 March-July 1905
22/2 July-November 1905
22/3 November 1905-June 1906
22/4 June-October 1906
23/1 October 1906-January 1907
23/2 January-June 1907
23/3 June-September 1907
24/1 September-December 1907
24/2 December 1907-April 1908
24/3 April-August 1908
25/1 August-November 1908
25/2 November 1908-March 1909
26/1 March 1909-June 1909
26/2 June-November 1909
26/3 November 1909-April 1910
27/1 April-August 1910
27/2 August-December 1910
27/3 December 1910-October 1911
28/1 October 1911-June 1912
28/2 June 1912-January 1913
28/3 January-July 1913
29/1 August-December 1913
29/2 December 1913-August 1914
29/3 August 1914-January 1915
30/1 January-April 1915
30/2 April-December 1915
30/3 December 1915-October 1916
31/1 October 1916-July 1917
31/2 July 1917-September 1918
31/3 September 1918-October 1919
32/1 October 1919-November 1920
32/2 November 1920-November 1921
32/3 November 1921-June 1924
Series XI: General Correspondence, 1889-1962
18.25 linear feet
This series includes extensive sequences of incoming and outgoing correspondence, both personal and business-related. Materials span between 1889 and 1962, with the bulk dating between 1917 and 1956. Family correspondence is particularly prevalent in this series, especially from female members of the Sherburne family providing a significant source of early-twentieth century feminine perspectives on family, business, and life on the Blackfeet Reservation and the American west more generally.
Box/Folder
33/1 A-Z, 1889, 1902, 1907-1910
33/2 Morse, Sherburne, 1912
33/3 Sherburne, Theodore, 1912
33/4 Morse, Sherburne, 1913
33/5 W, 1913
33/6 Morse, Sherburne, 1914
33/7 A-Z, 1914
33/8 Lane, Harry, 1915
33/9 Montana State, 1915
33/10 Morse, Sherburne, 1915
33/11 United States, 1915
33/12 A-Z, 1915
33/13 Gold, Douglas, 1916
33/14 Kalispell Mercantile Company, 1916
33/15 Lane, Harry, 1916
33/16 Montana State, 1916
33/17 United States, 1916
33/18 A-Z, 1916
33/19 Morse, Sherburne, 1917
33/20 Charles E. Walters and Company, 1917
33/21 A, 1917
33/22 Bourquin, George M., 1917
33/23 B, 1917
33/24 B, 1917
33/25 C, 1917
34/1 C, 1917
34/2 D, 1917
34/3 E, 1917
34/4 First and Security National Bank, 1917
34/5 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1917
34/6 Frost, S.A., 1917
34/7 F, 1917
34/8 Gerard, James W., 1917
34/9 Gibson, A.J., 1917
34/10 Gold, Douglas, 1917
34/11 Great Northern Railroad, 1917
34/12 G, 1917
34/13 Hartwig, Otto, 1917
34/14 Hege, S.B., 1917
34/15 H, 1917
34/16 I, 1917
35/1 J, 1917
35/2 Kalispell Mercantile Company, 1917
35/3 K, 1917
35/4 Lane, Harry, 1917
35/5 L, 1917
35/6 Marshall Field and Company, 1917
35/7 Montana State, 1917
35/8 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1917
35/9 Union Bank and Trust, 1917
35/10 United States, 1917
35/11 M-W, 1917
35/12 A, 1918
35/13 B, 1918
36/1 C, 1918
36/2 D, 1918
36/3 Eaton, Howard, 1918
36/4 E, 1918
36/5 First and Security National Bank, 1918
36/6 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1918
36/7 Frost, S.A., 1918
36/8 F, 1918
36/9 G, 1918
36/10 Hartwig, Otto, 1918
36/11 Hege, S.B., 1918
36/12 H, 1918
36/13 I, 1918
36/14 J, 1918
36/15 Kalispell Flour Mill Company, 1918
36/16 Kalispell Mercantile Company, 1918
36/17 Kiser Photo Company, 1918
36/18 K, 1918
37/1 Lanstrum, Oscar M., 1918
37/2 Lockley, Fred, 1918
37/3 L, 1918
37/4 Mc, 1918
37/5 Montana State, 1918
37/6 Montana Oil Company, 1918
37/7 Morse, Sherburne, 1918
37/8 M, 1918
37/9 N, 1918
37/10 O, 1918
37/11 P, 1918
37/12 Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1918
37/13 R, 1918
37/14 Sherburne, Arthur, 1918
37/15 Sherburne, Frank P., 1918
37/16 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1918
37/17 S, 1918
37/18 T, 1918
37/19 Union Bank and Trust Company, 1918
37/20 United States, 1918
37/21 U, 1918
38/1 V, 1918
38/2 W, 1918
38/3 Y, 1918
38/4 A, 1919
38/5 B, 1919
38/6 C, 1919
38/7 D, 1919
38/8 First and Security National Bank, 1919
38/9 Frost, S.A., 1919
38/10 F, 1919
38/11 Gibson, A.J., 1919
38/12 G, 1919
38/13 Hartwig, Otto, 1919
38/14 Hege, S.B., 1919
38/15 H, 1919
38/16 I, 1919
38/17 J, 1919
38/18 Kalispell Flour Mill Company, 1919
38/19 Kalispell Mercantile Company, 1919
38/20 K, 1919
38/21 L, 1919
38/22 Montana State, 1919
38/23 Montana Oil Company, 1919
38/24 Mc, 1919
38/25 M, 1919
38/26 N, 1919
38/27 O, 1919
38/28 P-R, 1919
38/29 Sherburne, Frank P., 1919
38/30 Sherburne, Frederic C., 1919
38/31 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1919
38/32 Stewart, Sam V., 1919
39/1 Studebaker, 1919
39/2 S, 1919
39/3 T, 1919
39/4 United States, 1919
39/5 U, 1919
39/6 V, 1919
39/7 W, 1919
39/8 Y, 1919
38/9 First and Security National Bank, 1920
39/10 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1920
39/11 A-F, 1920
39/12 Gibson, A.J., 1920
39/13 Hartwig, Otto, 1920
39/14 Hege, S.B., 1920
39/15 G-J, 1920
39/16 Lockley, Fred, 1920
39/17 Montana State, 1920
39/18 Montana Development Company, 1920
39/19 Morse, Sherburne, 1920
39/20 L-P, 1920
39/21 Robinson, Verne, 1920
39/22 R, 1920
39/23 Sherburne, Frank P., 1920
39/24 S-T, 1920
39/25 United States, 1920
39/26 U-W, 1920
40/1 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1921
40/2 A-F, 1921
40/3 Gibson, A.J., 1921
40/4 Gold, Douglas, 1921
40/5 Hartwig, Otto, 1921
40/6 Hege, S.B., 1921
40/7 G-K, 1921
40/8 Leavitt, Scott, 1921
40/9 Lockley, Fred, 1921
40/10 McCormick, Washington J., Jr., 1921
40/11 Morse, Sherburne, 1921
40/12 L-P, 1921
40/13 Riddick, Carl W., 1921
40/14 Robinson, Verne, 1921
40/15 United States, 1921
40/16 R-W, 1921
40/17 Collins Land Company, 1922
40/18 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1922
40/19 Gibson, A.J., 1922
40/20 A-G, 1922
40/21 Hartwig, Otto, 1922
40/22 Hege, S.B., 1922
40/23 Lockley, Fred and Lou, 1922
40/24 Montana State, 1922
40/25 H-M, 1922
40/26 Riddick, Carl W., 1922
40/27 P-R, 1922
40/28 Sherburne, Frank P., 1922
40/29 Sherburne, Frederic C., 1922
40/30 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1922
40/31 United States, 1922
40/32 T-W, 1922
40/33 Blackfeet Indian Relief Fund, 1923
40/34 Frost, Dan, 1923
40/35 Grinnell, George Bird, 1923
40/36 Hartwig, Otto, 1923
40/37 Hege, S.B., 1923
41/1 Lockley, Fred, 1923
41/2 Montana State, 1923
41/3 Robinson, Verne, 1923
41/4 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1923
41/5 United States, 1923
41/6 A-Z, 1923
32/4 Boy Scouts, Glacier Park Council, 1923-1924
41/7 Agricultural Credit Corporation, 1924
41/8 A-D, 1924
41/9 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1924
41/10 Gibson, A.J., 1924
41/11 Hartwig, Otto, 1924
41/12 Hege, S.B., 1924
41/13 Hill, Louis W., 1924
41/14 F-H, 1924
41/15 Leavitt, Scott, 1924
41/16 Montana State, 1924
41/17 Morse, Sherburne, 1924
41/18 I-N, 1924
41/19 Robinson, Verne, 1924
41/20 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1924
41/21 United States, 1924
41/22 Walsh, Thomas J., 1924
41/23 S-W, 1924
41/24 A-C, 1925
41/25 D-E, 1925
41/26 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1925
41/27 F, 1925
41/28 Glacier County, 1925
41/29 Gold, Douglas, 1925
41/30 G, 1925
41/31 Hartwig, Otto, 1925
41/32 Hege, S.B., 1925
41/33 H, 1925
41/34 Kalispell Mercantile Company, 1925
41/35 I-K, 1925
42/1 J.B. Long and Company, 1925
42/2 Lockley, Fred and Lou, 1925
42/3 L, 1925
42/4 Montana State, 1925
42/5 Mc-M, 1925
42/6 N-P, 1925
42/7 Retail Merchants Association of Montana, 1925
42/8 Robinson, Verne, 1925
42/9 R, 1925
42/10 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1925
42/11 S, 1925
42/12 Union Bank and Trust Company, 1925
42/13 United States, 1925
42/14 T-Y, 1925
42/15 Ayers, Roy E., 1926
42/16 A-D, 1926
42/17 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1926
42/18 E-F, 1926
42/19 Gold, Douglas, 1926
42/20 G, 1926
42/21 Hartwig, Otto, 1926
42/22 Hege, S.B., 1926
42/23 J.B. Long and Company, 1926
42/24 H-L, 1926
42/25 Montana State, 1926
42/26 Morse, Sherburne, 1926
42/27 M-N, 1926
43/1 O-P, 1926
43/2 Robinson, Verne, 1926
43/3 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1926
43/4 United States, 1926
43/5 R-W, 1926
43/6 Coolidge, Calvin, 1927
43/7 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1927
43/8 Hartwig, Otto, 1927
43/9 Kalispell Mercantile Company, 1927
43/10 Leavitt, Scott, 1927
43/11 Lockley, Fred and Lou, 1927
43/12 Montana State, 1927
43/13 Robinson, Verne, 1927
43/14 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1927
43/15 United States, 1927
43/16 A-Z, 1927
43/17 First Presbyterian Church, 1928
43/18 Hartwig, Otto, 1928
43/19 Leavitt, Scott, 1928
43/20 Linderman, Frank B., 1928
43/21 Lockley, Fred, 1928
43/22 Montana State, 1928
43/23 Morse, Sherburne, 1928
43/24 A-O, 1928
43/25 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1928
43/26 P-S, 1928
43/27 United States, 1928
43/28 T-Z, 1928
43/29 First National Bank, Great Falls, 1929
44/1 First National of Kalispell, 1929
44/2 First National Bank of St. Paul, 1929
44/3 Frost, Dan, 1929
44/4 A-G, 1929
44/5 Hartwig, Otto, 1929
44/6 Hege, S.B., 1929
44/7 Hoover, Herbert, 1929
44/8 Leavitt, Scott, 1929
44/9 Lockley, Fred, 1929
44/10 Montana State, 1929
44/11 H-P, 1929
44/12 Rankin, Wellington D., 1929
44/13 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1929
44/14 Union Bank and Trust Company, 1929
44/15 United States, 1929
44/16 R-Z, 1929
44/17 Associated Industries of Montana, 1930
44/18 Erickson, J.E., 1930
44/19 First National Bank, Great Falls, 1930
44/20 First National Bank of Kalispell, 1930
44/21 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1930
44/22 Hartwig, Otto, 1930
44/23 Kalispell Mercantile Company, 1930
44/24 Leavitt, Scott, 1930
44/25 Lockley, Fred, 1930
44/26 Rankin, Wellington D., 1930
44/27 Robinson, Verne, 1930
44/28 Rowell, A.Q., 1930
44/29 A-R, 1930
44/30 Sherburne, Agnes Rowell-Flint-Metcalf, 1930
44/31 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1930
44/32 S, 1930
44/33 Union Bank and Trust Company, 1930
44/34 United States, 1930
44/35 Yegen, Peter, Jr., 1930
44/36 T-Z, 1930
45/1 Frost, Dan, 1931
45/2 Gold, Douglas, 1931
45/3 Hartwig, Otto, 1931
45/4 A-J, 1931
45/5 Leavitt, Scott, 1931
45/6 Lion's Club, 1931
45/7 Lockley, Fred, 1931
45/8 Lockley, Lawrence, 1931
45/9 Montana State, 1931
45/10 Rankin, Wellington D., 1931
45/11 Robinson, Verne, 1931
45/12 L-R, 1931
45/13 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1931
45/14 Union Bank and Trust Company, 1931
45/15 United States, 1931
45/16 S-Z, 1931
45/17 Browning City, Water Bonds, 1932
45/18 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1932
45/19 Hartwig, Otto, 1932
45/20 Leavitt, Scott, 1932
45/21 Lion's Club, 1932
45/22 Lockley, Fred, 1932
45/23 Montana State, 1932
45/24 Robinson, Verne, 1932
45/25 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1932
45/26 Union Bank and Trust Company, 1932
45/27 United States, 1932
45/28 A-Z, 1932
45/29 Associated Merchants of Montana, 1933
45/30 Associated Merchants of Montana, 1933
45/31 Browning City, 1933
45/32 Cooney, F.H., 1933
45/33 Erickson, John E., 1933
45/34 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1933
46/1 Hartwig, Otto, 1933
46/2 Kalispell Mercantile Company, 1933
46/3 Leavitt, Scott, 1933
46/4 Lockley, Fred, 1933
46/5 Montana Taxpayers' Association, 1933
46/6 Rankin, Wellington D., 1933
46/7 Robinson, Verne, 1933
46/8 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1933
46/9 Smith, Russell, 1933
46/10 Union Bank and Trust Company, 1933
46/11 United States, 1933
46/12 A-Z, 1933
46/13 Associated Merchants of Montana, 1934
46/14 A, 1934
46/15 Bourquin, George M., 1934
46/16 B, 1934
46/17 Cooney, F.H., 1934
46/18 C, 1934
46/19 DeYoung, Joe, 1934
46/20 D, 1934
46/21 E, 1934
46/22 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1934
46/23 F, 1934
46/24 Glacier County, 1934
46/25 Gold, Douglas, 1934
46/26 G, 1934
47/1 Hartwig, Otto, 1934
47/2 H, 1934
47/3 I, 1934
47/4 J, 1934
47/5 Kalispell Mercantile Company, 1934
47/6 K, 1934
47/7 Latimer, Joseph W., 1934
47/8 Lockley, Fred, 1934
47/9 J.B. Long and Company, 1934
47/10 L, 1934
47/11 McWhorter, L.V., 1934
47/12 Montana State, 1934
47/13 Montana Taxpayers' Association, 1934
47/14 M, 1934
47/15 N, 1934
47/16 O, 1934
47/17 P, 1934
47/18 Republican State Central Committee, 1934
47/19 Robinson, Verne, 1934
47/20 R, 1934
47/21 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1934
47/22 Smith, Russell, 1934
47/23 S, 1934
48/1 T, 1934
48/2 United States, 1934
48/3 United States, National Recovery Administration, 1934
48/4 Wheeler, Burton K., 1934
48/5 U-Z, 1934
48/6 A-Z, 1934
48/7 Bourquin, George M., 1935
48/8 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1935
48/9 Gold, Douglas, 1935
48/10 Hartwig, Otto, 1935
48/11 A-I, 1935
48/12 King, William H., 1935
48/13 Linderman, Frank B., 1935
48/14 Lions Club, 1935
48/15 Lockley, Fred, 1935
48/16 Murray, James E., 1935
48/17 Robinson, Verne, 1935
48/18 J-R, 1935
48/19 Sharp, J.H., 1935
48/20 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1935
48/21 S, 1935
48/22 T, 1935
48/23 Union Bank and Trust, 1935
48/24 United States, 1935
48/25 United States, National Recovery Administration, 1935
49/1 U-Z, 1935
49/2 Associated Merchants of Montana, 1936
49/3 Browning City, 1936
49/4 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1936
49/5 Hartwig, Otto, 1936
49/6 Hazelbaker, Frank A., 1936
49/7 Hoover, Herbert, 1936
49/8 A-H, 1936
49/9 Kalispell Mercantile Company, 1936
49/10 Larson for United States Senator Club, 1936
49/11 Latimer, Joseph W., 1936
49/12 Linderman, Frank B., 1936
49/13 Lions Club, 1936
49/14 Lockley, Fred, 1936
49/15 Montana State, 1936
49/16 Montana Bank and Trust Company, 1936
49/17 Montana Republican State Central Committee, 1936
49/18 Murray, James E., 1936
49/19 I-P, 1936
49/20 Rankin, Wellington D., 1936
49/21 Republican National Committee, 1936
49/22 Robinson, Verne, 1936
49/23 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1936
49/24 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1936
50/1 Sherburne, Agnes Rowell-Flint-Metcalf, 1936
50/2 Sherburne, Frank P., 1936
50/3 Sherburne, Frederic C., 1936
50/4 United States, 1936
50/5 R-Z, 1936
50/6 Allen, Jacob D., 1937
50/7 Browning City, 1937
50/8 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1937
50/9 Gold, Douglas, 1937
50/10 A-G, 1937
50/11 Hartwig, Otto, 1937
50/12 Hyde, Arthur M., 1937
50/13 Latimer, Joseph W., 1937
50/14 Lions Club, 1937
50/15 Lockley, Fred, 1937
50/16 Montana State, 1937
50/17 Montana Republican State Central Committee, 1937
50/18 Murray, James E., 1937
50/19 H-M, 1937
50/20 Sherburne, Agnes Rowell-Flint-Metcalf, 1937
50/21 Sherburne, Eula, 1937
50/22 Sherburne, Frederic C., 1937
50/23 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1937
50/24 United States, 1937
50/25 Wheeler, Burton K., 1937
50/26 N-Z, 1937
51/1 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1938
51/2 Gold, Douglas, 1938
51/3 Hoover, Herbert, 1938
51/4 Linderman, Frank B., 1938
51/5 Lions Club, 1938
51/6 Lockley, Fred, 1938
51/7 A-L, 1938
51/8 Montana State, 1938
51/9 Murray, James E., 1938
51/10 Pettengill, Samuel B., 1938
51/11 "Pink Reporter", 1938
51/12 Robinson, Verne, 1938
51/13 Sherburne, Agnes Rowell-Flint-Metcalf, 1938
51/14 Sherburne, Eula, 1938
51/15 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1938
51/16 United States, 1938
51/17 Wheeler, Burton K., 1938
51/18 Wuerthner, Julius J., 1938
51/19 M-Z, 1938
51/20 First National Bank of St. Paul, 1939
51/21 Hartwig, Otto, 1939
51/22 Hoover, Herbert, 1939
51/23 Latimer, Joseph W., 1939
51/24 Lions Club, 1939
51/25 Lockley, Fred, 1939
51/26 Murray, James E., 1939
51/27 Robinson, Verne, 1939
51/28 A-R, 1939
51/29 Sherburne, Agnes Rowell-Flint-Metcalf, 1939
51/30 Sherburne, Frank P., 1939
51/31 Sherburne, Frederic C., 1939
51/32 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1939
51/33 Short, Dewey, 1939
51/34 Thorkelson, J., 1939
51/35 United States, 1939
51/36 Wheeler, Burton K., 1939
51/37 S-Z, 1939
51/38 Ayers, Roy E., 1940
51/39 Ford, Sam C., 1940
51/40 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1940
51/41 Frisbee, Selden S., 1940
51/42 Great Falls Tribune, 1940
51/43 Hibbard, A.T., 1940
51/44 Hoover, Herbert, 1940
51/45 Knowles, Gladys E., 1940
51/46 Leavitt, Scott, 1940
51/47 Lions Club, 1940
51/48 Lockley, Fred, 1940
51/49 Lockley, Lawrence, 1940
51/50 Montana State, 1940
51/51 Montana Republican State Central Committee, 1940
51/52 Murray, James E., 1940
51/53 Republican National Committee, 1940
51/54 Sherburne, Agnes Rowell-Flint-Metcalf, 1940
51/55 Stone, Forrest R., 1940
51/56 Taft, Robert, 1940
52/1 United States, 1940
52/2 Yegen, Peter, Jr., 1940
52/3 A-Z, 1940
52/4 Frisbee, Selden S., 1941
52/5 Great Falls Tribune, 1941
52/6 "Hot Wheat" Information, 1941
52/7 Lockley, Lawrence, 1941
52/8 Montana State, 1941
52/9 Montana Bank and Trust Company, 1941
52/10 "Montana Farmer", 1941
52/11 Murray, James E., 1941
52/12 Oliver, Lou, 1941
52/13 A-O, 1941
52/14 P, 1941
52/15 Robinson, Verne, 1941
52/16 R, 1941
53/1 Sherburne, Agnes Rowell-Flint-Metcalf, 1941
53/2 Sherburne, Frederic, 1941
53/3 Sherburne, Gertrude, 1941
53/4 Tatsey, Joseph, 1941
53/5 United States, 1941
53/6 Wheeler, Burton K., 1941
53/7 S-Z, 1941
53/8 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1942
53/9 Gold, Douglas, 1942
53/10 Hartwig, Otto, 1942
53/11 Hoover, Herbert, 1942
53/12 "Hot Wheat" Information, 1942
53/13 A-H, 1942
53/14 I, 1942
53/15 LaBuff, Jess J., 1942
53/16 Lockley, Fred, 1942
53/17 Lockley, Lawrence, 1942
53/18 Montana State, 1942
53/19 Montanans Inc., 1942
53/20 Murray, James E., 1942
53/21 O'Connor, James F., 1942
53/22 Oliver, Lou, 1942
53/23 J-O, 1942
53/24 P, 1942
53/25 Republican National Committee, 1942
53/26 Robinson, Verne, 1942
53/27 R, 1942
53/28 Sherburne, Agnes Rowell-Flint-Metcalf, 1942
53/29 Sherburne, Faith, 1942
53/30 Sherburne, Frederic, 1942
53/31 Stone, Forrest R., 1942
53/32 Stone, Octavia, 1942
53/33 S, 1942
53/34 T, 1942
53/35 Union Bank and Trust Company, 1942
53/36 United States, 1942
53/37 "United States Stockyards", 1942
53/38 Wheeler, Burton K., 1942
53/39 U-Z, 1942
54/1 Fire, 1942
54/2 LaBuff, Jess J., 1943
54/3 Montana State, 1943
54/4 Montana Bank and Trust Company, 1943
54/5 Murray, James E., 1943
54/6 Oliver, Lou, 1943
54/7 Robinson, Verne Robinson, Theo S., 1943
54/8 A-Z, 1943
54/9 Hoover, Herbert, 1944
54/10 LaBuff, Jess J., 1944
54/11 O'Connor, James J., 1944
54/12 Sherburne, Agnes Rowell-Flint-Metcalf, 1944
54/13 Stone, Forrest R., 1944
54/14 A-Z, 1944
54/15 B, 1945
54/16 D'Ewart, Wesley, 1945
54/17 D-E, 1945
54/18 First National Bank of St. Paul, 1945
54/19 Hoover, Herbert, 1945
54/20 I, 1945
54/21 LaBuff, Jess J., 1945
54/22 Montana Bank and Trust Company, 1945
54/23 Robinson, Verne, 1945
54/24 Union Bank and Trust Company, 1945
54/25 J-Z, 1945
54/26 Cassutt, Dorothy B., 1946
54/27 C, 1946
54/28 D'Ewart, Wesley, 1946
54/29 E, 1946
54/30 First National Bank of St. Paul, 1946
54/31 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1946
54/32 Frisbee, Selden, 1946
54/33 Hartwig, Otto, 1946
54/34 F-H, 1946
54/35 I, 1946
55/1 Leavitt, Scott, 1946
55/2 McKay, 1946
55/3 Montana Bank and Trust Company, 1946
55/4 Montana Citizens' Council, 1946
55/5 J-O, 1946
55/6 Robinson, Verne, 1946
55/7 Sherburne, Agnes Rowell-Flint-Metcalf, 1946
55/8 Tax Equality Association of Montana, 1946
55/9 Union Bank and Trust Company, 1946
55/10 Wheeler, Burton K., 1946
55/11 P-Z, 1946
55/12 B, 1947
55/13 Cassutt, Dorothy B., 1947
55/14 D'Ewart, Wesley, 1947
55/15 C, 1947
55/16 Dirksen, Everett M., 1947
55/17 D, 1947
55/18 Ecton, Zales N., 1947
55/19 First National Bank of St. Paul, 1947
55/20 Frisbee, Selden S., 1947
55/21 F-G, 1947
55/22 Hoover, Herbert, 1947
55/23 Jacobus, Don W., 1947
55/24 Kalispell Mercantile Company, 1947
55/25 H-K, 1947
55/26 L, 1947
55/27 McKay, 1947
55/28 Montana State, 1947
55/29 Montana Bank and Trust Company, 1947
55/30 M, 1947
55/31 N-P, 1947
55/32 Robinson, Verne, 1947
55/33 Sherburne, Agnes Rowell-Flint-Metcalf, 1947
55/34 Sherburne, Frederic C., 1947
55/35 Stone, Forrest - R., 1947
55/36 Sulzer, Hans, 1947
55/37 Sunburst State Bank, 1947
55/38 R-S, 1947
55/39 Taft, Robert L., 1947
55/40 Tax Equality Association of Montana, 1947
55/41 T, 1947
55/42 Union Bank and Trust Company, 1947
55/43 United States, 1947
55/44 U-Y, 1947
Box
46 A, 1948
56/2 B, 1948
56/3 C, 1948
56/4 D'Ewart, Wesley, 1948
56/5 Ecton, Zales N., 1948
56/6 First National Bank of St. Paul, 1948
56/7 Frisbee, Selden S., 1948
56/8 E-G, 1948
56/9 Hoover, Herbert, 1948
56/10 Jacobus, Don W., 1948
56/11 H-J, 1948
56/12 Kalispell Mercantile Company, 1948
56/13 K, 1948
56/14 Lockley, Fred, 1948
56/15 Lockley, Lawrence C., 1948
56/16 McKay, 1948
56/17 Masonic Order, 1948
56/18 Montana State, 1948
56/19 Montana Bank and Trust Company, 1948
56/20 Murrills, Lloyd, 1948
56/21 L-N, 1948
56/22 Pulp and Paper Company, 1948
56/23 O-P, 1948
56/24 Rankin, Wellington D., 1948
56/25 Republican, 1948
56/26 Robinson, Verne, 1948
56/27 Sherburne, Agnes Rowell-Flint-Metcalf, 1948
56/28 Sherburne, Frederic C., 1948
56/29 Stone, Forrest B., 1948
56/30 Sulzer, Hans, 1948
56/31 Sunburst State Bank, 1948
56/32 R-S, 1948
56/33 Tax Equality Association of Montana, 1948
56/34 T, 1948
56/35 Union Bank and Trust Company, 1948
56/36 United States, 1948
56/37 U-Y, 1948
56/38 Bonner, John W., 1949
56/39 Browning Fair, 1949
56/40 B, 1949
56/41 Credit Service Company, 1949
56/42 D'Ewart, Wesley, 1949
56/43 Ecton, Zales N., 1949
56/44 C-E, 1949
56/45 First National Bank of St. Paul, 1949
56/46 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1949
56/47 Frisbee, Selden, 1949
56/48 F, 1949
56/49 Hoover, Herbert, 1949
56/50 G-H, 1949
56/51 I, 1949
56/52 Knowles, Gladys, 1949
56/53 K, 1949
56/54 Lockley, Fred, 1949
56/55 Lockley, Lawrence C., 1949
56/56 L, 1949
57/1 Masonic Order, 1949
57/2 McKay, 1949
57/3 Montana State, 1949
57/4 Montana Bank and Trust Company, 1949
57/5 Murrills, Lloyd, 1949
57/6 M, 1949
57/7 N, 1949
57/8 O, 1949
57/9 P, 1949
57/10 Republican, 1949
57/11 Robinson, Verne, 1949
57/12 R, 1949
57/13 Sherburne, Agnes Rowell-Flint-Metcalf, 1949
57/14 Sherburne, Eula, 1949
57/15 Sherburne, Frederic C., 1949
57/16 Stone, Forrest R., 1949
57/17 Sulzer, Hans, 1949
57/18 S, 1949
57/19 T, 1949
57/20 Union Bank and Trust Company, 1949
57/21 United States, 1949
57/22 U-W, 1949
57/23 Association on American Indian Affairs, 1950
57/24 A, 1950
57/25 Blackfeet Relief, 1950
57/26 Bonner, John W., 1950
57/27 Browning City, 1950
57/28 Browning Chamber of Commerce, 1950
57/29 B, 1950
57/30 Carpenter, Dorothy Purchase of the Contract with Clapp, Hugo, 1950
57/31 Cassutt, Dorothy B., 1950
57/32 Cohen, Felix, 1950
57/33 Credit Service Company, 1950
57/34 C, 1950
57/35 D'Ewart, Wesley, 1950
57/36 Ecton, Zales N., 1950
57/37 Federal Reserve Bank, 1950
57/38 First National Bank of St. Paul, 1950
57/39 Frisbee, C.E., 1950
58/1 Frisbee, Selden S., 1950
58/2 E-F, 1950
58/3 Gold, Doug, 1950
58/4 G-H, 1950
58/5 Hoover, Herbert, 1950
58/6 I, 1950
58/7 Jacobus, Don W., 1950
58/8 J, 1950
58/9 Knowles, Gladys, 1950
58/10 K, 1950
58/11 Last Star, Theodore, 1950
58/12 Lockley, Fred, 1950
58/13 Lockley, Lawrence C., 1950
58/14 L, 1950
58/15 McKay, Iliff, 1950
58/16 Mansfield, Michael J., 1950
58/17 Metcalf, Leon, 1950
58/18 Montana State, 1950
58/19 Montana Bank and Trust Company, 1950
58/20 Montana Taxpayers Association, 1950
58/21 Murray, James E., 1950
58/22 Murrills, Lloyd, 1950
58/23 M, 1950
58/24 N-P, 1950
58/25 Republican, 1950
58/26 Robinson, Verne, 1950
58/27 R, 1950
58/28 Sherburne, Frederic C., 1950
58/29 Stassen, Harold E., 1950
58/30 S, 1950
58/31 Tax Equality Association of Montana, 1950
58/32 T, 1950
58/33 Union Bank and Trust Company, 1950
58/34 United States, 1950
58/35 U-W, 1950
58/36 Y, 1950
58/37 Aronson, J. Hugo, 1951
58/38 Association on American Indian Affairs, 1951
58/39 A, 1951
58/40 Boardman, Thomas H., 1951
58/41 Browning Chamber of Commerce, 1951
58/42 Browning City, 1951
58/43 Browning Fair, 1951
58/44 B, 1951
59/1 Cassutt, Mary B., 1951
59/2 Credit Service Company, 1951
59/3 C, 1951
59/4 D'Ewart, Wesley, 1951
59/5 Ecton, Zales N., 1951
59/6 D-E, 1951
59/7 First Federal Savings and Loan, 1951
59/8 First National Bank of St. Paul, 1951
59/9 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1951
59/10 Frisbee, Selden, 1951
59/11 F, 1951
59/12 Gold, Douglas, 1951
59/13 Hege, Edwin, 1951
59/14 Hill, Louis W., 1951
59/15 G-H, 1951
59/16 I, 1951
59/17 Jacobus, Don W., 1951
59/18 J, 1951
59/19 Kalispell Mercantile Company, 1951
59/20 K, 1951
59/21 Last Star, Theodore, 1951
59/22 Lockley, Fred, 1951
59/23 Lockley, Lawrence C., 1951
59/24 L, 1951
59/25 Mansfield, Michael J., 1951
59/26 Masonic Order, 1951
59/27 McKay, Iliff, 1951
59/28 Malone, George W., 1951
59/29 Metcalf, Leon, 1951
59/30 Montana State, 1951
59/31 Montana Bank and Trust Company, 1951
59/32 Montana Citizens Council, 1951
59/33 Murray, James E., 1951
59/34 Murrills, Lloyd, 1951
59/35 M, 1951
59/36 N-O, 1951
59/37 Pray, Charles N., 1951
59/38 P, 1951
59/39 Republican, 1951
60/1 Robinson, Verne, 1951
60/2 Rutherford, Ethel, 1951
60/3 R, 1951
60/4 Sherburne, Frederic C., 1951
60/5 Stone, Forrest P., 1951
60/6 Sulzer, Hans, 1951
60/7 S, 1951
60/8 Taft, Robert A., 1951
60/9 Tax Equality Association of Montana, 1951
60/10 T, 1951
60/11 Union Bank and Trust Company, 1951
60/12 United States., 1951
60/13 Wheeler, Burton K., 1951
60/14 U-W, 1951
60/15 Y-Z, 1951
60/16 Aronson, J. Hugo, 1952
60/17 Association on American Indian Affairs, 1952
60/18 A, 1952
60/19 Browning City, 1952
60/20 Browning Chamber of Commerce, 1952
60/21 Browning Fair, 1952
60/22 B, 1952
60/23 Cassutt, Dorothy B., 1952
60/24 Credit Service Company, 1952
60/25 C, 1952
60/26 D'Ewart, Lesley, 1952
60/27 Ecton, Zales N., 1952
60/28 First Federal Savings and Loan, 1952
60/29 First National Bank of St. Paul, 1952
60/30 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1952
60/31 Frisbee, Selden S., 1952
60/32 D-F, 1952
60/33 Gold, Douglas, 1952
61/1 G, 1952
61/2 H, 1952
61/3 I, 1952
61/4 J, 1952
61/5 Knowles, Gladys, 1952
61/6 K, 1952
61/7 Last Star, Theodore, 1952
61/8 Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1952
61/9 Lockley, Fred, 1952
61/10 Lockley, Lawrence C., 1952
61/11 Longworth, Ruth, 1952
61/12 L, 1952
61/13 McKay, Iliff, 1952
61/14 Masonic Order, 1952
61/15 Metcalf, Leon, 1952
61/16 Montana State, 1952
61/17 Montana Bank and Trust Company, 1952
61/18 Montana Citizens Council, 1952
61/19 Murray, James E., 1952
61/20 M, 1952
61/21 N, 1952
61/22 P, 1952
61/23 Q, 1952
61/24 Republican, 1952
61/25 Robinson, Verne, 1952
61/26 Rutherford, Ethel, 1952
61/27 R, 1952
61/28 Sherburne, Frederic C., 1952
61/29 Stone, Forrest R., 1952
61/30 Sulzer, Hans, 1952
61/31 S, 1952
61/32 Tax Equality Association of Montana, 1952
61/33 Toole, K. Ross, 1952
61/34 T, 1952
61/35 Union Bank and Trust Company, 1952
61/36 United States, 1952
61/37 U-W, 1952
61/38 Y, 1952
62/1 Aronson, J. Hugo, 1953
62/2 A, 1953
62/3 Bel Geddes, Norman, 1953
62/4 Blackfeet Tribal Council, 1953
62/5 Browning City, 1953
62/6 B, 1953
62/7 Cassutt, Dorothy B., 1953
62/8 Credit Bureau of Cut Bank, Senden, Spina Van, 1953
62/9 C, 1953
62/10 D'Ewart, Wesley, 1953
62/11 Dunshee, Kenneth, 1953
62/12 First Federal Savings and Loan, 1953
62/13 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1953
62/14 Frisbee, Selden S., 1953
62/15 D-F, 1953
62/16 Gold, Douglas, 1953
62/17 House, Marcie, 1953
62/18 G-H, 1953
62/19 J, 1953
62/20 Knowles, Gladys E., 1953
62/21 K, 1953
62/22 Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1953
62/23 Lions Club, 1953
62/24 Lockley, Fred, 1953
62/25 L, 1953
62/26 Masonic Order, 1953
62/27 Metcalf, Leon, 1953
62/28 Montana Bank and Trust Company, 1953
62/29 Montana-Republican State Central Committee, 1953
62/30 Murrills, Lloyd, 1953
62/31 M-O, 1953
62/32 P, 1953
62/33 Rides at the Door, Annie, 1953
62/34 Robinson, Verne, 1953
62/35 R, 1953
62/36 Sherburne, Frederic C., 1953
62/37 Stone, Forrest R., 1953
62/38 S, 1953
62/39 Tatsey, John, 1953
62/40 Tax Equality Association of Montana, 1953
62/41 Toole, K. Ross, 1953
62/42 T, 1953
62/43 Union Bank and Trust Company, 1953
62/44 United States., 1953
62/45 U-W, 1953
62/46 Z, 1953
62/47 Aronson, J Hugo, 1954
62/48 Bel Geddes, Norman, 1954
62/49 B, 1954
63/1 Credit Bureau of Cut Bank, Senden, Spina Van, 1954
63/2 D'Ewart, Wesley, 1954
63/3 Dunshee, Kenneth, 1954
63/4 First Federal Savings and Loan, 1954
63/5 First National Bank of St. Paul, 1954
63/6 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1954
63/7 Frisbee, Selden S., 1954
63/8 D-F, 1954
63/9 Gold, Douglas, 1954
63/10 G-H, 1954
63/11 I, 1954
63/12 Knowles, Gladys E., 1954
63/13 K, 1954
63/14 Last Star, Theodore, 1954
63/15 Lockley, Fred, 1954
63/16 Lockley, Lawrence C., 1954
63/17 Longworth, Ruth, 1954
63/18 L, 1954
63/19 Masonic Order, 1954
63/20 McKay, Iliff, 1954
63/21 Metcalf, Leon, 1954
63/22 Montana Bank and Trust Company, 1954
63/23 Montana Institute of the Arts, Glacier County History Group, 1954
63/24 Montana Republican State Central Committee, 1954
63/25 Murrills, Lloyd, 1954
63/26 Museum of the Plains Indian, 1954
63/27 Museum of the Plains Indian, 1954
63/28 Museum of the Plains Indian, 1954
64/1 M, 1954
64/2 N-P, 1954
64/3 R, 1954
64/4 Sherburne, Frederic C., 1954
64/5 Sherburne, John, 1954
64/6 Sherburne, Steven, 1954
64/7 Sherburne, Terry J., 1954
64/8 Spencer, Charles, 1954
64/9 Stone, Forrest R., 1954
64/10 S, 1954
64/11 Tatsey, John, 1954
64/12 Toole, K. Ross, 1954
64/13 T, 1954
64/14 Union Bank and Trust Company, 1954
64/15 United States, 1954
64/16 W, 1954
64/17 Aronson, J. Hugo, 1955
64/18 Association on American Indian Affairs, 1955
64/19 A, 1955
64/20 Browning Chamber of Commerce, 1955
64/21 Browning Fair Association, 1955
64/22 B, 1955
64/23 Cassutt, Dorothy B., 1955
64/24 Credit Bureau of Cut Bank, Van Senden, Spina, 1955
64/25 C, 1955
64/26 D'Ewart, Wesley A., 1955
64/27 Dunshee, Kenneth, 1955
64/28 D-E, 1955
64/29 Federal Reserve Bank, 1955
64/30 First Federal Savings and Loan, 1955
64/31 First National Bank of St. Paul, 1955
64/32 Fjare, Orvin B., 1955
64/33 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1955
64/34 Frisbee, Selden S., 1955
64/35 F, 1955
64/36 Gold, Douglas, 1955
64/37 G, 1955
64/38 Hays, Howard H., 1955
64/39 Hill, Louis W., 1955
64/40 Hoover, Herbert, 1955
64/41 H, 1955
65/1 I, 1955
65/2 J, 1955
65/3 Knowles, Gladys E., 1955
65/4 K, 1955
65/5 Last Star, Theodore, 1955
65/6 Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1955
65/7 Lewis Historical Publishing Company, Levi and Daisy Burd, 1955
65/8 Lockley, Fred, 1955
65/9 Lockley, Lawrence C., 1955
65/10 Longworth, Ruth, 1955
65/11 L, 1955
65/12 McKay, Iliff, 1955
65/13 Mansfield, Michael J., 1955
65/14 Martin, Fred J., 1955
65/15 Masonic Order, 1955
65/16 Metcalf, Leon V., 1955
65/17 Montana State, 1955
65/18 Montana Bank and Trust Company, 1955
65/19 Montana Republican State Central Committee, 1955
65/20 Murrills, Lloyd, 1955
65/21 Museum of the Plains Indian, 1955
65/22 M, 1955
65/23 N-O, 1955
65/24 P, 1955
65/25 Robinson, Verne, 1955
65/26 Rutherford, Ethel, 1955
65/27 R, 1955
65/28 Sherburne, Frank P., 1955
65/29 Sherburne, Frederic C., 1955
65/30 Sherburne, Terry J., 1955
65/31 Spencer, Charles, 1955
65/32 Stone, Forrest R., 1955
65/33 S, 1955
65/34 Tatsey, John June and Belle, 1955
65/35 Toole, K. Ross, 1955
65/36 T, 1955
65/37 Union Bank and Trust Company, 1955
65/38 United States, 1955
65/39 United States Olympic Committee, 1955
65/40 U-W, 1955
65/41 A, 1956
65/42 B, 1956
65/43 Credit Bureau of Cut Bank, Senden, Spina Van, 1956
65/44 C, 1956
65/45 D, 1956
65/46 Federal Reserve Bank, 1956
66/1 Frisbee, Clarence E., 1956
66/2 Frisbee, Selden S., 1956
66/3 F-G, 1956
66/4 K, 1956
66/5 Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1956
66/6 Lewis Historical Publishing Company, Burd, Levi and Daisy, 1956
66/7 L, 1956
66/8 N, 1956
66/9 O-P, 1956
66/10 Rockwood, Forrest, 1956
66/11 Sherburne, Frederic C., 1956
66/12 Spencer, Charles, 1956
66/13 S, 1956
66/14 T-V, 1956
66/15 W, 1956
66/16 Frisbee, Selden S., 1957
66/17 M, 1957
66/18 Stone, Forrest R., 1957
66/19 Tatsey, John, 1957
66/20 Gold, Douglas, 1962
66/21 Letter Fragments, undated

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Subgroup 3:  Sherburne Mercantile, 1887-1954
18.5 linear feet and 76 oversize volumes

Materials in this subgroup consist of financial, legal, and organizational records generated by the Sherburne Mercantile in Browning, Montana and the satellite stores in Babb, Montana and Glacier National Park. These materials provide insights into operational conditions for the primary general merchandising operation on the Blackfeet Reservation and the eastern entry into Glacier National Park.

Container(s)
Description
Series XII: Babb Store, 1903-1921
2.0 linear feet and 5 oversize volumes
This series contains correspondence and financial records generated at the Sherburne Mercantile store in Babb, Montana. Most financial records consist of daily transaction books between the years 1907 to 1921. These records provide detailed insights into both the volume and character of transactions at the Babb store, a central supply operation for the businesses and workers constructing visitor facilities on the eastern side of Glacier National Park.
Box/Folder
66/22 Correspondence, 1903-1909
66/23 Correspondence, 1910-1911
66/24 Financial, 1906-1907
66/25 Financial, 1907-1908
66/26 Financial, 1908
66/204 Branch stores, unidentified, Sales Journal, July-August 1901
67/205 Branch stores, unidentified, Ledger, June 1908
67/206 Branch stores, unidentified, Accounts Receivable, 1906
66/207 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, January 1907-July 1909
66/208 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, July 1909-October 1910
67/209 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, November 1910-August 1911
67/210 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, September 1912-February1913
68/211 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, February-July 1914
67/212 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, August-September 1914
68/213 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, September 1914-March 1915
68/214 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, March-May 1915
68/215 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, June-July 1915
68/216 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, July-November 1915
69/217 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, November 1915-April 1916
69/218 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, April-August 1916
69/219 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, August 1916-February 1917
69/220 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, February-September 1917
69/221 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, October 1917-June 1918
69/222 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, June 1918-January 1919
69/223 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, January-May 1919
69/224 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, May-September 1919
70/225 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, September 1919-May 1920
70/226 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, May-September 1920
70/227 Branch stores, unidentified, Cash Book, January-October 1921
Box
228 Branch store, Babb, General Journal, January 1908-November 1916
Box
229 Branch store, Babb, Sales Journal, January 1908-September 1916
Box
230 Branch store, Babb, Cash Journal, January 1908-September 1916
Box
231 Branch store, Babb, General Ledger, 1908-1916
Box
232 Branch store, Babb, Accounts Receivable, 1914-1916
Series XIII: Glacier National Park Store, 1917-1921
2 folders
This series includes fragments of the correspondence and financial records generated at the Sherburne Mercantile store inside the eastern entrance to Glacier National Park.
Box/Folder
70/4 Correspondence, 1917-1920
70/5 Financial, 1920-1921
Series XIV: Financial and Legal, 1887-1954
16.25 linear feet and 71 oversize volumes
This series contains financial and legal records generated by the Sherburne Mercantile store in Browning, Montana--some of these materials also incorporate information from the two satellite stores in Glacier National Park and Babb, Montana. Legal records primarily include U.S. Department of the Interior and private manufacturer vendor agreements with the Sherburne Mercantile, drilling and mining claim deeds, and state or county operator licenses. Financial records range from profit and loss statements to daily transaction books, from company annual reports to county, state, and federal income tax records, from inventory documents to individual transaction invoices. These records provide significant documentation of an early twentieth-century reservation business and insights into the supply network for rural general merchandising operations.
Box/Folder
70/6 Balance Sheets, Profit and Loss, 1902-1913
70/7 Balance Sheets, Profit and Loss, 1914-1917
70/8 Balance Sheets, Profit and Loss, 1918-1919
71/1 Balance Sheets, Profit and Loss, 1920-1937
71/2 Day Book, November-December 1889
71/3 Day Book, December 1889-February 1900
71/4 Day Book, February-April 1900
71/5 Day Book, April-June 1900
71/6 Day Book, June-July 1900
71/7 Day Book, July-August 1900
71/8 Day Book, August-October 1900
71/9 Day Book, October-December 1900
71/10 Day Book, December 1900-March 1901
72/1 Day Book, March-June 1901
72/2 Day Book, June-July 1901
72/3 Day Book, July-November 1901
72/4 Annual Reports, 1920-1940
72/5 Annual Reports, 1941-1944
72/6 Annual Report, 1945
72/7 Annual Report, 1946
72/8 Annual Report, 1947
72/9 Annual Reports, 1948-1954
72/10 Income Taxes, 1910-1919
73/1 Income Taxes, 1917-1920
73/2 Income Tax, 1921
73/3 Income Tax, 1922
73/4 Income Tax, 1923
73/5 Income Tax, 1924
73/6 Income Taxes, 1925-1926
73/7 Income Tax, 1927
73/8 Income Tax, 1928
73/9 Income Tax, 1929
73/10 Income Tax, 1930
73/11 Income Tax, 1931
73/12 Income Tax, 1932
73/13 Income Tax, 1933
73/14 Income Tax, 1934
73/15 Income Tax, 1941
73/16 Income Tax, 1942
73/17 Income Tax, 1943
73/18 Income Tax, 1944
73/19 Income Tax, 1945
73/20 Income Tax, 1946
73/21 Income Tax, 1947
73/22 Income Tax, 1948
73/23 Income Tax, 1953
74/1 Inventory, 1902
74/2 Inventory, 1905
74/3 Inventory, 1930
74/4 Inventory, 1940
74/5 Inventory, 1941
74/6 Inventory, May 1942
75/1 Inventory, August 1942
75/2 Inventory, December 1942
75/3 Inventory, 1943
75/4 Inventory, 1944
75/5 Inventory, 1945
76/1 Inventory, 1946
76/2 Inventory, 1947
76/3 Inventory, 1948
76/4 Inventory, 1949
76/5 Inventory, August 1950
76/6 Inventory, December 1950
76/7 Inventory, 1951
76/8 Inventory, 1952
76/9 Invoices, A-D, 1902
76/10 Invoices, F-H, 1902
76/11 Invoices, I-K, 1902
77/1 Invoices, L-M, 1902
77/2 Invoices, N-R, 1902
77/3 Invoices, S, 1902
77/4 Invoices, T-V, 1902
77/5 Invoices, W-Z, 1902
77/6 Invoices, A-D, 1903
77/7 Invoices, D-E, 1903
77/8 Invoices, F-L, 1903
77/9 Invoices, M-R, 1903
77/10 Invoices, S-T, 1903
77/11 Invoices, U-Z, 1903
77/12 Invoices, A-B, 1949
77/13 Invoices, B, 1949
78/1 Invoices, H, 1949
78/2 Invoices, C, 1949
78/3 Invoices, D-F, 1949
78/4 Invoices, G, 1949
78/5 Invoices, G, 1949
78/6 Invoices, G, 1949
79/1 Invoices, H, 1949
79/2 Invoices, H, 1949
79/3 Invoices, I-J, 1949
79/4 Invoices, K, 1949
79/5 Invoices, L, 1949
79/6 Invoices, M, 1949
80/1 Invoices, M, 1949
80/2 Invoices, M, 1949
80/3 Invoices, N-P, 1949
80/4 Invoices, R-S, 1949
80/5 Invoices, S, 1949
80/6 Invoices, S, 1949
81/1 Invoices, T-V, 1949
81/2 Invoices, W-Y, 1949
81/3 Montana Corporation License Tax, 1920-1927
81/4 Notes and Accounts, 1901-1902
81/5 Notes and Accounts, 1908-1909
81/6 Orders, A-L, 1907
82/1 Orders, M-Z, 1907
82/2 Orders, A-L, 1929
82/3 Orders, M-Z, 1929
82/4 Permission to sell firearms, livestock, and liquor 1900-1911
82/5 Permission to sell firearms, livestock, and liquor 1900-1911
83/1 Receipts, A-B, 1910
83/2 Receipts, C-E, 1910
83/3 Receipts, F-G, 1910
83/4 Receipts, H-L, 1910
83/5 Receipts, M-O, 1910
83/6 Receipts, P-Z, 1910
83/7 Receipt, undated
83/8 Property, Arkansas City, Kansas, 1910-1915
83/9 State and county tax receipts, 1902-1930
83/10 State and county tax receipts, 1931-1940
84/1 State and county tax receipts, 1942
84/2 State and county tax receipts, 1945-1948
84/3 State and county tax receipts, 1950
84/4 State and county tax receipts, 1951 and 1955
84/5 Legal Documents, 1900-1909
84/6 Legal Documents, 1910-1919
84/7 Legal Documents, 1920-1929
84/8 Legal Documents, 1930-1939
84/9 Legal Documents, 1940-1949
84/10 Legal Documents, 1950
84/11 Legal Documents, undated
84/12 Legal Documents, Placer Quartz Locations, Swift Current District, 1899-1908
Volume
6 Balance Sheets, 1901-1911; Sales Summary, 1901-1917
Volume
7 General Journal, September 1901-June 1912
Volume
8 General Journal, July 1922-August 1925
Volume
9 General Journal, September 1925-September 1928
Volume
10 General Journal (with Volume 25), October1928-January 1929
Volume
11 General Journal (with Volume 25), February 1929-October 1930
Volume
12 General Journal, February 1937-May 1939
Volume
13 General Journal, June 1939-March 1942
Volume
14 General Journal, April 1942-December 1947
Volume
15 Cash Journal, May 1897-September 1901
Volume
16 Cash Journal, September 1901-September 1905
Volume
17 Cash Journal, September 1905-December 1908
Volume
18 Cash Journal, January 1909-November 1911
Volume
19 Cash Journal, December 1911-January 1914
Volume
20 Cash Journal, February 1914-December 1915
Volume
21 Cash Journal, January 1916-January 1918
Volume
22 Cash Journal, February 1918-December 1919
Volume
23 Cash Journal, January 1920-July 1922
Volume
24 Cash Journal, August 1922-July 1925
Volume
25 Cash Journal (associated with Volumes 10 and 11), August 1925-April 1928; May 1928-January 1929; February 1929-August 1930
Volume
26 Cash Journal, September 1930-June1932
Volume
27 Cash Journal, July 1932-June 1934
Volume
28 Cash Journal, June 1934-February 1936
Volume
29 Cash Journal, February 1936-May 1937
Volume
30 Cash Journal, May 1937-August 1938
Volume
31 Cash Journal, August 1938-December 1939
Volume
32 Cash Journal, December 1939-April 1941
Volume
33 Cash Journal, May 1941-July 1942
Volume
34 Cash Journal, July 1942-November 1943
Volume
35 Cash Journal, November 1943-April 1945
Volume
36 Cash Journal, April 1945-August 1947
Volume
37 Cash Journal, August 1947-June 1950
Volume
38 Cash Journal, June 1950-December 1951
Volume
39 Cash Journal, January-November 1952
Volume
40 Cash Journal, November-December 1952; January-July 1954
Volume
41 Cash Journal, January-December, 1953; July-December 1954
Volume
42 Sales Journal, April-November 1897
Volume
43 Sales Journal, November 1897-July 1898
Volume
44 Sales Journal, August 1898-February 1899
Volume
45 Sales Journal, February-September 1899
Volume
46 Sales Journal, September 1899-May 1900
Volume
47 Sales Journal, May-November 1900
Volume
48 Sales Journal, November 1900-July 1901
Volume
49 Sales Journal, September 1901-November 1903
Volume
50 Sales Journal, November 1903-June 1906
Volume
51 Sales Journal, June 1906-November 1908
Volume
52 Sales Journal, December 1908-December 1910
Volume
53 Sales Journal, January 1911-January 1913
Volume
54 Sales Journal, January 1913-November 1914
Volume
55 Sales Journal (associated with Volumes 69 and 70), December 1914-September 1916; February 1934-January 1937; May 1950-July 1951
Volume
56 General Ledger, 1901-1905
Volume
57 Index to Volume 56, General Ledger, 1901-1905
Volume
58 General Ledger, 1906-1908; Accounts Receivable, 1906-1908
Volume
59 Index to Volume 58, General Ledger, 1906-1908
Volume
60 General Ledger, 1909-1922; Accounts Receivable, A-L, 1917
Volume
61 Accounts Receivable, M-Z, 1917; Accounts Payable, 1919-1920
Volume
62 General Ledger, 1921-1940
Volume
63 General Ledger, 1940-1943
Volume
64 Accounts Receivable Ledger, 1898
Volume
65 Accounts Receivable Ledger, 1899-1900
Volume
66 Index to Volume 65, Accounts Receivable Ledger, 1899-1900
Volume
67 Accounts Receivable Ledger, 1901
Volume
68 Index to Volume 67, Accounts Receivable Ledger, 1901
Volume
69 Sales Journal, February 1934-January 1937
Volume
70 Sales Journal, May 1950-July 1951
84/71 Bills Receivable, 1900-1914; Bills Payable, 1909-1917
84/72 Notes Receivable, 1899-1909
Volume
73 Bills Receivable, 1935-1939
Volume
74 Bills Receivable, 1935-1945
Volume
75 Voucher Register, 1927-1935
Volume
76 Voucher Register, 1935-1940
Volume
77 Voucher Register, 1940-1944
Volume
78 Voucher Register, 1944-1951
85/79 Lost Accounts and Notes, 1915-1920
85/80 Lost Accounts and Notes, 1920-1933
85/81 Lost Accounts and Notes, 1930-1944
OS1/82 Trial Balance, 1937-1941
OS1/83 Trial Balance, 1944; Accounts Receivable Balance, 1941-1947
85/84 Payroll, January 1937-October 1939
85/85 Payroll, November 1939-May 1942
OS1/85A Payroll, June 1943-December 1944
86/86 Cash Book, September 1901-June 1902
86/87 Cash Book, June 1902-January 1903
86/88 Cash Book, January-September 1903
86/89 Cash Book, September 1903-July 1904
86/90 Cash Book, July 1904-March 1905
86/91 Cash Book, March-November 1905
86/92 Cash Book, November 1905-August 1906
86/93 Cash Book, August 1906-February 1907
86/94 Cash Book, February-July 1907
86/95 Cash Book, July-November 1907
87/96 Cash Book, November1907-April 1908
87/97 Cash Book, May-September 1908
87/98 Cash Book, September 1908-July 1909
87/99 Cash Book, July 1909-May 1910
87/100 Cash Book, May-November 1910
87/101 Cash Book, December 1910-August 1911
87/102 Cash Book, August 1911-August 1912
88/103 Cash Book, August-November 1912
88/104 Cash Book, November 1912-February 1913
88/105 Cash Book, February-July 1913
88/106 Cash Book, August-December 1913
88/107 Cash Book, December 1913-March 1914
88/108 Cash Book, March-June 1914
88/109 Cash Book, June-December 1914
88/110 Cash Book, December 1914-August 1915
88/111 Cash Book, September 1915-February 1916
89/112 Cash Book, February-July 1916
89/113 Cash Book, July-November 1916
89/114 Cash Book, November 1916-July 1917
89/115 Cash Book, July 1917-March 1918
89/116 Cash Book, April-December 1918
89/117 Cash Book, December 1918-June 1919
89/118 Cash Book, July-October 1919
89/119 Cash Book, November 1919-July 1920
90/120 Cash Book, August 1920-July 1921
90/121 Cash Book, August 1921-August 1922
90/122 Cash Book, August 1922-September 1923
90/123 Cash Book, September 1923-June 1924
90/124 Cash Book, July 1924-January 1925
90/125 Cash Book, January-September 1925
90/126 Cash Book, September 1925-June 1926
91/127 Cash Book, June 1926-March 1927
91/128 Cash Book, March-October 1927
91/129 Cash Book, October 1927-June 1928
91/130 Cash Book, June-December 1928
91/131 Cash Book, December 1928-May 1929
91/132 Cash Book, May-December 1929
91/133 Cash Book, December 1929-June 1931
92/134 Cash Book, June 1931-January 1932
92/135 Cash Book, January-August 1932
92/136 Cash Book, August 1932-February 1933
92/137 Cash Book, February 1933-March 1934
92/138 Cash Book, April-August 1934
92/139 Cash Book, August 1934
92/140 Cash Book, August-December 1934
93/141 Cash Book, December 1934-April 1935
93/142 Cash Book, April-August 1935
93/143 Cash Book, August 1935-January 1936
93/144 Cash Book, February-July 1936
93/145 Cash Book, July-November 1936
93/146 Cash Book, November 1936-April 1937
94/147 Cash Book, April-July 1937
94/148 Cash Book, July 1937-January 1938
94/149 Cash Book, January-August 1938
94/150 Cash Book, August 1938-February 1939
94/151 Cash Book, February-September 1939
94/152 Cash Book, September 1939-February 1940
94/153 Cash Book, February-September 1940
95/154 Cash Book, September 1940-February 1941
95/155 Cash Book, February-July 1941
95/156 Cash Book, July-December 1941
95/157 Cash Book, December 1941-September 1942
95/158 Cash Book, September 1942-June 1943
95/159 Cash Book, June-November 1943
96/160 Cash Book, November 1943-May 1944
96/161 Cash Book, May-October 1944
96/162 Cash Book, November 1944-April 1945
96/163 Cash Book, April-November 1945
96/164 Cash Book, November 1945-June 1947
96/165 Cash Book, June 1947-April 1948
96/166 Cash Book, April 1948-March 1949
96/167 Cash Book, April 1949-May 1950
97/168 Day Book, April-May 1897
97/169 Day Book, May-July 1897
97/170 Day Book, July-August 1897
97/171 Day Book, August-September 1897
97/172 Day Book, September-October 1897
97/173 Day Book, October-December 1897
97/174 Day Book, December 1897-January 1898
97/175 Day Book, January-March 1898
97/176 Day Book, March-May 1898
97/177 Day Book, May-June 1898
97/178 Day Book, June-July 1898
97/179 Day Book, July-August 1898
98/180 Day Book, August-September 1898
98/181 Day Book, September-October 1898
98/182 Day Book, October-November 1898
98/183 Day Book, November 1898-January 1899
98/184 Day Book, January-February 1899
98/185 Day Book, February-April 1899
98/186 Day Book, April-May 1899
98/187 Day Book, May-June 1899
98/188 Day Book, June-July 1899
98/189 Day Book, July-August 1899
98/190 Day Book, August-September 1899
99/191 Day Book, September-October 1899
99/192 Day Book, October-November 1899
99/193 Office Day Book, December 1897-August 1898
99/194 Office Day Book, August-November 1898
99/195 Office Day Book, November 1898-May 1899
99/196 Office Day Book, May-August 1899
99/197 Office Day Book, December 1899-May 1900
99/198 Office Day Book, May-August 1900
99/199 Office Day Book, August-November 1900
99/200 Office Day Book, November 1900-March 1901
99/201 Office Day Book, March-June 1901
99/202 Office Day Book, June-August 1901
99/203 Stable Day Book, January-April 1898
128/1 Canceled Checks, 1887-1890
128/2 Canceled Checks, 1891-1892
128/3 Canceled Checks, 1893-1899
128/4 Canceled Checks, 1899-1900
128/5 Canceled Checks, 1900-1901
Series XV: Organization, 1909-1951
6 folders
This series contains organizational papers for the Sherburne Mercantile in Browning, Montana including articles of incorporation, corporate board meeting materials, stationary samples, and an organizational questionnaire from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service.
Box/Folder
100/1 Minutes, 1938-1951
100/2 Call for Board Meetings, 1922-1946
100/3 Corporation Questionnaire, 1920
100/4 Samples of Sherburne Mercantile Stationary, undated
100/5 Articles of Incorporation, 1909
100/6 Organizational Papers, undated

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Subgroup 4:  Other Business Interests, 1885-1955
14.25 linear feet and 14 oversize volumes

Materials in this subgroup include correspondence, financial records, legal documents, and organizational papers generated by or related to Sherburne family business enterprises that were not directly tied to the mercantile in Browning, Montana. These materials provide additional insights into early twentieth-century economic development and land ownership along the northern Rocky Mountain Front Range area.

Container(s)
Description
Series XVI: Pre-Montana Businesses, 1885-1899
0.25 linear feet and 5 oversize volumes
This series consists of bank account statements, account ledgers, and daily transaction records from the various Sherburne family enterprises in the Oklahoma Territory.
Box/Folder
100/7 Bank Account Books, 1886-1888
100/8 Bank Statements, 1888
100/9 Bank Statements, 1889
100/10 Bank Statements, 1890
100/11 Bank Statements, 1891
100/12 Bank Statements, 1892
100/13 Bank Statements, 1893
100/14 Legal documents, 1890-1899
Volume
1 Ponca, Oklahoma, Ledger, 1890-1892
Volume
2 Ponca, Oklahoma, Ledger, 1892-1894
Volume
3 Ponca, Oklahoma, Day Book, February-October 1885
Volume
4 Ponca, Oklahoma, Day Book, December 1889-December 1890
Volume
5 Ponca, Oklahoma, Day Book, July 1893-May 1894
Series XVII: First National Bank of Browning, 1917-1955
0.75 linear feet
J. H. Sherburne founded the First National Bank of Browning in 1917, the town's first financial institution. J. H. was the bank's president until his death in 1938. J. L. Sherburne was cashier until his father's death, when he became president, and served until his death in 1955. The series contains correspondence and minutes from the bank. There are also records of the North Field Oil and Gas Company, which was incorporated by the bank in 1921.
Box/Folder
100/15 General Correspondence, 1917
100/16 General Correspondence, 1925-1926
100/17 General Correspondence, 1929-1930
100/18 General Correspondence, 1935
100/19 General Correspondence, 1950-1955
100/20 General Correspondence, Policy Statements, 1949-1952
100/21 General Correspondence, Pondera Valley State Bank failure, 1924
100/22 Report on Conditions, 1920, 1924, 1945, and 1951
100/23 Assets, 1933-1938 and undated
101/1 Minutes, 1916-1927
101/2 North Field Oil and Gas Company, Articles of Incorporation, 1921
101/3 North Field Oil and Gas Company, General Correspondence, 1916, 1929-1939
101/4 North Field Oil and Gas Company, General Correspondence, 1940-1941
101/5 North Field Oil and Gas Company, General Correspondence, 1942-1946
101/6 North Field Oil and Gas Company, Financial, 1938-1945
101/7 North Field Oil and Gas Company, Financial, 1946-1948
101/8 North Field Oil and Gas Company, Financial, 1955
101/9 North Field Oil and Gas Company, Maps and Reports, 1930
101/10 Milk River Petroleum Company, Corporate Report, 1932
Series XVIII: St. Mary's International Telephone Company, 1910
1 folder
J. H. Sherburne was vice president of St. Mary's International Telephone Company, a company he helped establish with other businessmen in Browning, Montana. This series contains a small amount of financial records.
Box/Folder
101/11 Financial, 1910
Series XIX: Sherburne Investment Company, 1919
1 folder
The Sherburne Investment Company was a real estate and lending company established by J. H. Sherburne and his son Frank Ponca Sherburne in 1919. The series contains incorporation documents.
Box/Folder
101/12 Organization, 1919
Series XX: Swift Current Oil, Land and Power Company, 1904-1930
0.25 linear feet
The Swift Current Oil, Land and Power Company was established by J. H. Sherburne and made the first oil discovery in Montana. Materials in this series include a report on Glacier County soils that the company employed for oil speculating, a ledger of company stock records, and a company checkbook.
Box/Folder
101/13 Report, Montana State University, Agricultural Experiment Station, Soils of Glacier County, 1930
101B/1 Stock Ledger, 1905-1908
101B/2 Checkbook, 1904-1908
Series XXI: Badger Creek Land and Livestock Company, 1926-1937
0.75 linear feet
J. L. Sherburne was a member of the board of directors and a stockholder of the Badger Creek Land and Livestock Company, which was incorporated in 1929 in Browning, Montana. The company mostly dealt with real estate and livestock, especially sheep. The series contains correspondence, financial and legal documents, and meeting minutes. Most of the documents have significant fire and smoke damage.
Box/Folder
102/1 General Correspondence, 1926-1937
102/2 General Correspondence, A.J. Smith Bankruptcy, 1929-1932
102/3 General Correspondence, A.J. Smith Bankruptcy, 1929-1932
102/4 Checkbook, 1930-1932
102/5 Journal, 1929-1930
102/6 Ledger, 1929-1930
102/7 Stock Certificates, 1929-1930
102/8 Stock Certificates, 1930-1932
102/9 Legal Documents, undated
103/1 Minutes, 1929-1936
Series XXII: Blackfeet Lumber Company, 1920-1923
0.25 linear feet
J. L. Sherburne was an officer and member of the board of directors of the Blackfeet Lumber Company that operated in Browning, Montana. The series contains correspondence, financial records, legal documents, and organizational records for the company.
Box/Folder
103/2 Correspondence, 1922-1926
103/3 Capitol Stock Tax, 1922-1924
103/4 Income Tax, 1920
103/5 Financial, 1921
103/6 Financial, 1922
103/7 Montana Corporation License Tax, 1920-1923
103/8 Miscellaneous, 1921-1923
103/9 Legal, 1919-1923
103/10 Organization, 1923
103/11 Internal Revenue Service Corporation Questionnaire, 1920
Series XXIII: Blackfeet Tribal Business Council, 1935-1954
3 folders
The Blackfeet Tribal Business Council was incorporated in 1935 with J. L. Sherburne's assistance. The materials in this series concern tribal lands and controversy over tribal vs. non-tribal control over the sale and extraction of natural resources. For a short period following the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934, the Federal government recognized the Blackfeet Tribal Business Council as the tribe's official governing body--in place of the Blackfeet Tribal Council.
Box/Folder
103/12 Correspondence, 1935
103/13 Financial, 1943
103/14 Cullen Plan, 1954
Series XXIV: Blackfeet Tribe, 1924-1954
0.25 linear feet
This series contains a number of items relating to the Sherburne's relationship with the Blackfeet tribal government. There are documents relating to the financial circumstances of the Blackfeet Tribal Corporation and an irrigation project. There is also one folder relating to Calvin Last Star and a photography project he was doing with Charles Herbert of Livingston, Montana.
Box/Folder
103/15 Blackfeet Irrigation Project, 1924 and 1932
103/16 Blackfeet Tribal Corporation, Financial Statements, 1946, 1948-1950
103/17 Blackfeet Tribal Corporation, Financial Statements, 1950-1952
103/18 Blackfeet Tribal Corporation, Financial Statements, 1952-1954
103/19 Last Star, Calvin
Series XXV: City of Browning, 1936-1937
1 folder
J. L. Sherburne was mayor of Browning, Montana. This series contains legal documents relating to the City of Browning.
Box/Folder
103/20 Legal Documents, undated
Series XXVI: Browning Funeral Home, 1942-1944
0.25 linear feet
J. L. Sherburne was a partner in the Browning Funeral Home. The series contains financial records for the funeral home, including unemployment compensation.
Box/Folder
103/21 Unemployment Compensation, 1942-1944
104/233 Journal, December 1935-December 1942
104/234 Journal, January 1943-May 1944
104/235 General Ledger, 1941-1943, with General Ledger, Personal, 1928-1939
Series XXVII: Browning Public Schools, 1916-1917
0.25 linear feet
J. L. Sherburne was a trustee for Browning Public Schools. The correspondence in this series is with the federal Indian Service and concerns payment for Native Americans attending Browning's public schools.
Box/Folder
104/4 Indian Service correspondence, 1916-1917
Series XXVIII: Dogs for Defense, 1942-1954
0.25 linear feet
J. L. Sherburne was centrally involved with Dogs for Defense, which sought to “draft” civilian dogs into military service and train them as sentries and bomb detectors during World War II. The series contains correspondence that documents the work of the organization.
Box/Folder
104/5 General Correspondence, 1942
104/6 General Correspondence, 1943
105/1 General Correspondence, 1944
105/2 General Correspondence, 1945
105/3 General Correspondence, 1954
Series XXIX: Federal Land Bank of Spokane, 1930-1935
0.5 linear feet and 9 oversize volumes
J. L. Sherburne was a local correspondent for the Federal Land Bank of Spokane. Materials in this series primarily include correspondence and account records for federal Farm Credit Bureau loans disbursed through the Federal Land Bank of Spokane to Sherburne Mercantile clients. In several instances Mercantile both acted as the local processing agent and was listed as the client's primary creditor. This series also includes 9 oversized registers of home insurance policies sold through the Sherburne Mercantile.
Box/Folder
105/4 Bond, Lottie D., 1933-1934
105/5 Bremner, Malcolm, 1930-1932
105/6 Cameron, Robert, 1933
105/7 Cooper, Mrs., 1933
105/8 DeZort, George, 1934
105/9 Flint, Agnes, 1933-1935
105/10 Fulton Oil, 1934
105/11 Galbreath, John J., 1935
105/12 Hill Company, 1934
105/13 Jarrett, Julia, 1933-1934
105/14 Johnson, Albert T., 1933-1934
105/15 Lytle, Matt, 1935
105/16 Mattson, L.V., 1933-1934
105/17 Peterson, Maggie, 1934
105/18 Rankin, Joseph, 1934
105/19 Sisson, R.E., 1934
105/20 Staples Brothers, 1933-1935
105/21 Miscellaneous, 1933-1935
Volume
236 Register of Policies
Volume
237 Register of Policies
Volume
238 Register of Policies
Volume
239 Register of Policies
Volume
240 Register of Policies
Volume
241 Register of Policies
Volume
242 Register of Policies
Volume
243 Register of Policies
Volume
244 Register of Policies
Series XXX: Real Estate, 1908-1956
9.0 linear feet
Materials in this series include extensive sequences of land leases, building rental agreements, and property sale documents transacted by several members of the Sherburne family. Materials are organized by the last name of the client. Most documents post date the imposition of allotment policies on the Blackfeet Reservation (1912) and reflect the Sherburne family's role as intermediates in leasing and selling individual tribal allotments to non-tribal members. Materials in this series constitute an unusually concentrated record of property ownerships histories for the Blackfeet Reservation, particularly the river valleys between Browning and Glacier National Park.
Box/Folder
106/1 Prospects, 1924-1926
106/2 Adams, Sidney, 1937-1954
106/3 After Buffalo, Charles, 1940-1941
106/4 Allison, Robert Quinton, 1952
106/5 American Surety Company, 1927-1929
106/6 Antelope Butte Association, 1947-1948
106/7 Armstrong, W.R., 1927-1930
106/8 Arnoux, Eva, 1936-1942
106/9 Arrow Topknot, Phillip, 1955-1956
106/10 Aubrey, L.T., 1922-1955
106/11 Aubrey, Louise, 1931-1941
106/12 Aubrey, Phil and Cora, 1918-1919
106/13 Aubrey, Tom, 1922
106/14 Aubrey, Tom, 1951
106/15 Augare, Francis, 1919-1924
106/16 Augare, Emmett, 1924-1950
106/17 Babcock Property, 1928-1946
106/18 Bailey, Mary, 1920-1936
106/19 Bailey, Mary, 1951
106/20 Baker, Jack, 1949-1950
106/21 Baltz, William E., 1948-1949
106/22 Barcus, Sarah, 1951-1952
106/23 Barkley, Ed, 1952-1953
106/24 Barlow, Forrest and Vera, 1918-1946
106/25 Barlow, Vera, 1924-1944
106/26 Barnes Lots, 1920-1926
106/27 Barron, Virgil, Property sold to Mattie Broadhead, 1952-1955
107/1 Bearchild, Ben, 1934-1952
107/2 Bear Child, Louis, 1952-1953
107/3 Becker-Anderson, 1932-1935
107/4 Benz, L.E., undated
107/5 Berger, Ben, 1935-1942
107/6 Bickford Note, 1929
107/7 Big Lake, Rachel, 1950-1955
107/8 Big Top, Agnes, undated
107/9 Billedeux, Jane, 1939-1948
107/10 Billedeux, Merlin, 1955
107/11 Bird, Oscar, 1949-1950
107/12 Bird, Oscar and Vera, 1953-1954
107/13 Bird, Vera, 1936-1945
107/14 Bird, Vera, 1936-1943
107/15 Blackfeet Lots, 1929-1949
107/16 Black Man, James, 1947-1955
107/17 Blackfeet Irrigation Project, 1926
107/18 Blackfeet Lumber Company, 1922-1923
107/19 Blasy Lot, 1919-1920
107/20 Blood, Louise Spotted Eagle, 1953-1954
107/21 Bloom, Moses, 1929-1931
107/22 Bohnsack, Mrs. A.W., 1944-1955
107/23 Bond, Ralph, 1945-1953
107/24 Boy, Calvin, 1936-1951
107/25 Boy, Oscar, 1932-1933
108/1 Brandon, Gordon, 1954-1955
108/2 Brice, Warren, 1954
108/3 Bricker Realty, 1954
108/4 Broadhead, Mattie, undated
108/5 Brookens, Della Allison, 1953-1954
108/6 Brown, Alfred H., 1949-1951
108/7 Brown, Alfred H., 1951-1956
108/8 Brown, Earl, 1953-1955
108/9 Brown, Jesse, 1951-1952
108/10 Brown, Rose Connolly, 1918-1931
108/11 Brown, Rankin, 1952
108/12 Brown, Sidney, 1931-1949
108/13 Brown, Sidney and Joan, 1953-1954
108/14 Brown, William, 1945
108/15 Browning, Lot 7, Block 7, undated
108/16 Browning, Lots, undated
108/17 Browning, Lumber Company Lots, 1920-1938
108/18 Browning, Townsite, 1936-1954
108/19 Browning, Lots, 1928-1956
108/20 Buell, Edgar, 1954-1955
108/21 Bull Calf, John, 1954-1955
108/22 Bull Plume, Dan, 1953-1955
108/23 Bullshoe, Ellen, 1920-1930
108/24 Bullshoe, Joe, 1920-1924
108/25 Burd, Edward and Eliza, 1919-1930
108/26 Burd, Levi J., 1939-1950
108/27 Burd, Levi J., 1949-1951
108/28 Burd, Levi J., Isabelle Bier Tract, 1951-1952
109/1 Burd, Levi J., Blackfeet Tribe, 1946-1955
109/2 Burd, Levi J., North Tribal, 1947-1948
109/3 Burd, Levi J., Oil Well, 1941-1943
109/4 Burd, Levi J., Trustee Statements, 1949-1953
109/5 Burd, Levi J., Two Medicine, W.B. and I. Company, 1949-1950
109/6 Burd, Levi J., Well #6, 1948-1949
109/7 Burd, Levi J., Well #6, 1950-1951
109/8 Burd, Tom, 1923-1937
109/9 Burdeau, James, 1945-1955
109/10 Burke, Paul - Iron Pipe
109/11 Busey, T.A., 1948-1956
109/12 Buttrey Deed, 1943-1956
109/13 Cadotte, Ida, 1924-1948
109/14 Calf Robe, Dan, 1945-1954
109/15 Carlson Land, 1922-1949
109/16 Cascade County Land, 1924
109/17 Cavanaugh, Pansy, 1954-1955
109/18 Champine, Clara, 1954
110/1 Chattin, Charles, 1941-1955
110/2 Christensen, Russell, 1945
110/3 Clark, Malcolm, 1929
110/4 Clarke, Ella, 1925-1940
110/5 Clarke, Horace J., 1941-1955
110/6 Clinic, 1955
110/7 Cobell, Ardis and Donald, 1948-1952
110/8 Cobell, Fred, 1955
110/9 Columbian Company, 1942-1947
110/10 Connolly, Dan, 1955
110/11 Connolly, John, undated
110/12 Conrad Memorial Cemetery Association, undated
110/13 Cook, George, 1933-1954
110/14 Cooper, M. J., 1950-1953
110/15 Crawford, George, 1955-1956
110/16 Croff Barn Lots, 1913-1928
110/17 Croff, R.J., 1921-1933
110/18 Croff, Rita, 1956
110/19 Croff, Sophie, 1929-1945
110/20 Culbertson, I.P., 1921-1922
110/21 Davidson, James B., 1930-1931
110/22 Davis, Lucille, 1954-1957
110/23 Devereaux, Edith, 1946-1955
110/24 Devereaux, Henry, 1956
110/25 Devereaux, Wilson and Charlie, 1952-1953
110/26 Doore, Mabel, 1951
110/27 Doore, Roy and Mildred, 1941-1952
110/28 Double Runner, Ed, 1935
111/1 Double Runner, Paul and Bear Paw, Joe, 1921-1925
111/2 Double Runner, Rose, 1955
111/3 Douglas, Grace, 1921-1946
111/4 Douglas, Robert, 1935-1952
111/5 Douglas, William, 1922-1938
111/6 Douglas, William Lots, 1924-1937
111/7 Dusty Bull, Jason, 1952
111/3 Eakins, G.W., 1947-1950
111/9 Earrings, James, 1939-1955
111/10 Edwards Land, Royalty, 1920-1929
111/11 Edwards Property, Lot 5, Block 11, 1919-1949
111/12 Edwards, Clarence, 1947-1949
111/13 Edwards, Lee N., 1953
111/14 Emery, Walter, 1954
111/15 Ewing, Hugh, 1950-1954
111/16 Feinberg Land, 1918-1948
111/17 Fergus, C.R., 1926
111/18 Fine Bull, James, 1925-1945
111/19 Fink, Minne, 1955-1956
111/20 First National Bank of Browning, 1947-1955
111/21 First National Bank of Browning vs. Matt Lytle, 1919-1934
111/22 "Fisher lot," Douglas Gold's Lot, 1951
111/23 Fitzgerald Drug, 1952
111/24 Flat Tail Tract, 1920-1947
111/25 Fontaine, Tom, 1950-1951
111/26 Fox, Mabel, 1946-1952
111/27 Franklin, John, 1928-1954
111/28 Frye Deal, 1918-1930
112/1 Frye, Johnston Sale, 1929-1930
112/2 Fulton, Olga M., 1954-1956
112/3 Fulton, William, 1930-1953
112/4 Fuson, H.G., Whiteman, Cecile and Dick Land, 1953-1955
112/5 Galbreath, Eliza, 1923-1928
112/6 Galbreath, J.J., 1936
112/7 Gallineau, Martha, 1943-1956
112/8 Gerard, Fred, 1930-1948
112/9 Gerard, Fred and Rose, 1949-1954
112/10 Gibson, John, 1939-1952
112/11 Gilchrist, W.A., 1949-1955
112/12 Gilham Lease, 1950-1951
112/13 Gillam Loan Company, 1929-1933
112/14 Glacier County, 1956
112/15 Glacier County Park Lot, 1946-1947
112/16 Glacier County Reporter, 1955
112/17 Gobert, Rosela, 1935-1944
112/18 Goss, Allen, 1924
112/19 Goss, L. W., 1924
112/20 Goss, Nancy, 1930
112/21 Goss, William, 1923-1938
112/22 Goss, William, 1932-1943
112/23 Goss, William, 1944-1943
112/24 Grangaard, O. M., 1950-1953
112/25 Grant, Pete, 1930-1934
112/26 Grant, Peter, Irvin Addition to Browning, undated
112/27 Grant, Wallace, 1954-1955
112/28 Great Falls Real Estate and Insurance Board, 1947-1953
112/29 Ground, John, 1939-1956
112/30 Ground, Margaret, 1920-1922
112/31 Ground, Mary, 1949-1952
112/32 Guardipee, Charles, 1953-1955
112/33 Guardipee, Eli, 1918-1945
112/34 Guardipee, Joseph, 1955-1957
112/35 Guardipee, Peter, 1954
113/1 Hagerty, Grace Goss, 1948
113/2 Hale, Violet, 1955-1956
113/3 Hall, John, 1922-1929
113/4 Hall, Johnson, 1920-1937
113/5 Hamby, Burke, 1955
113/6 Hamby, Tom, 1952-1954
113/7 Hamilton Ranch Company, 1923-1925
113/8 Hamline, Sullivan, 1936-1955
113/9 Hanson, Al W., 1955-1956
113/10 Hardwick, Mark, 1954
113/11 Harwood, Jeff, 1955
113/12 Hazlett, Stuart, Property, 1920-1930
113/13 Head Em Off, 1930
113/14 Heavy Runner, Irene, 1954
113/15 Henault, Mose, 1929-1937
113/16 Herron, B.G., 1951-1956
113/17 Heule, E.W., 1949-1952
113/18 Higgins, Ursula A., 1936-1947
113/19 Holy Family Mission, 1933-1939
113/20 Home Gun, Peter and Catherine, 1954
113/21 Horton, Robert, 1955-1956
113/22 Hufstedler, Howard, 1955
113/23 Hungry, Henry, 1921-1925
113/24 Irvin Tract, 1955-1956
113/25 Irvin, Pierre A., 1948-1956
113/26 Irvin, Pierre A., Johnson, Fred R., undated
113/27 Ish, Arthur, 1955-1956
113/28 Jackson, Ella, 1955
113/29 Jensen, Jesse, 1947
113/30 Johnson, Arthur D., 1954-1955
113/31 Johnson, Fred, 1951
113/32 Johnson, Gotfred V., 1955
113/33 Johnston, A.L., 1923-1926
113/34 Juneau, Alice, 1955-1956
113/35 Juneau, Amedee F., 1956
113/36 Juneau, Lyda, 1929
113/37 Kells, Rose Lytle, 1950-1954
113/38 Kenck, O.A., 1947-1957
114/1 Kennedy, William, 1941
114/2 Kimball, Gladys Guardipee, 1950
114/3 Kipp, George, 1956-1957
114/4 Kipp, Nora, 1957
114/5 Knox and Hoyt, 1950
114/6 Kracke, Arthur M., 1955-1956
114/7 Krebs Brothers, 1929-1930
114/8 LaBoeuff, Henry, 1946-1955
114/9 Lancaster, W.E., 1946-1952
114/10 LaCroix, Joseph, 1950-1952
114/11 Land Sale Prospects, 1926-1928
114/12 LaPlante, Francis, 1950-1952
114/13 LaPlante, Virginia, 1949-1952
114/14 Michael LaSorte Estate, undated
114/15 Lavarro, Joseph, 1955
114/16 Leases, undated
114/17 Leech, A.E., 1951-1955
114/18 Lefferson, Cynthia, 1953
114/19 Lewis, Robert D., 1955
114/20 Little Bull, James, 1951-1956
114/21 Little Young Man, Tom, 1955
114/22 Lukins, John, 1922-1942
114/23 Lytle, Matt, 1947-1957
114/24 Lytle, Nancy, 1953
114/25 McBride, F.H., 1942-1944
114/26 McCurdy, Amy, 1955
114/27 McDonald, W.R., 1955
114/28 McKay, Iliff, undated
114/29 McKelvey, John, undated
114/30 McKnight, Lucy, 1947
114/31 McKnight, Lucy, 1951-1955
114/32 McSweenev, Thomas, Lot 3, Block 18, 1919-1920
114/33 Madden, John, 1950-1955
115/1 Marston, Frank and Clara, 1952-1954
115/2 Matt, Mary, 1938-1947
115/3 Matt, Mary, 1955-1956
115/4 Mauritson, Vernon, 1945
115/5 Middle Calf, Sam, 1954
115/6 Milk River Leases, 1953-1955
115/7 Milne, Cecile, 1951
115/8 Mittens, Esther, 1956
115/9 Mollburg, George B., 1955
115/10 Momberg, Louis and Cobell, Mortgage, 1919-1923
115/11 Monroe, A.E. and Lillian, 1928-1950
115/12 Monroe, Agnes, 1921-1949
115/13 Monroe, Armoux, 1920-1944
115/14 Monroe, Irene, 1940-1949
115/15 Monroe, Mrs. Joe, Lot, 1919-1930
115/16 Monroe, Sarah, 1948-1949
115/17 Monroe, Toby, 1951-1955
115/18 Morgan, Mary, 1948-1949
115/19 Morgan, Peter, 1955
115/20 Morning Gun, Dorothy, 1949-1950
115/21 Morris, Gladys, 1955
115/22 Morrisey, Joe, 1937
115/23 Morse Land, 1934-1942
115/24 Mott, Kenneth, Woodin, D.E., 1948-1950
115/25 Moum, Erick, 1947-1956
115/26 Moyer, Jack, 1943
115/27 Mullen, T.C., 1924-1927
115/28 Murphv, Leo C., 1955
115/29 Murphy, Thomas, Tract, 1921-1925
115/30 Murrills, Lloyd A., 1944-1946
115/31 Nequette, George, 1954
115/32 Newell, Cliff, 1928-1934
115/33 No Runner, Clarence, 1955
115/34 No Runner, Clarence, 1955
116/1 No Runner, Joe, 1945-1949
116/2 No Runner, John, 1928-1954
116/3 No Runner, John and Cecile, 1955-1956
116/4 Norman, Alfred, 1921-1943
116/5 Norman, Adella, 1921-1929
116/6 Noffsinger, G.N., 1926
116/7 Oakley, Perry, 1951-1955
116/8 Oil Leases, 1926-1927
116/9 Oil Leases, Personal, 1940-1954
116/10 Old Chief, Joseph, 1953-1956
116/11 Old Chief, Josephine, 1955
116/12 Old Chief, Paul, 1955-1956
116/13 Oliver, Lou, Lots 13 and 14, Block 20, 1938
116/14 Osborne, Phena, 1924-1930
116/15 Parsons, Henry T., Hoffman, C.A., 1947-1953
116/16 Patent Office, 1948
116/17 Paul, Mary Owl Child, 1946-1947
116/18 Paul, Louise, 1933-1947
116/19 Paul, Oliver
116/20 Payton, Warren, 1926-1923
116/21 Pendergrass, Julia, 1922-1924
116/22 Pepion, Mrs. Mabel, 1950-1954
116/23 Peratrovich, Ruby Paul, 1947-1951
116/24 Percival Land, 1949-1951
116/25 Percival Lease, 1926-1930
116/26 Percival Ranch S.S. Frisbee Trustee, 1951-1954
116/27 Percival and Paul Land, 1928-1948
117/1 Perrine, Mary, 1951-1954
117/2 Perrine, Mrs. Mary, 1951-1953
117/3 Peterson, Irving Estate Clark, Dr. James, 1943-1955
117/4 Peterson, L., 1930
117/5 Peterson, Mary, 1951
117/6 Phillips, W. P., 1926-1928
117/7 Phillips, W. P., 1927-1943
117/8 Plummer, Everett, 1940-1941
117/9 Pondera Livestock Company, 1932-1934
117/10 Powell, Charles, 1945-1946
117/11 Prince, Lillie, 1945-1954
117/12 Quebec Bond and Share Corp., 1954-1955
117/13 Racine, Oliver, 1938-1956
117/14 Rattler, Joseph, 1955-1956
117/15 Reevis, Charles, 1951
117/16 Reevis, Henry, 1951
117/17 Rides At the Door, Annie, 1955
117/18 Rides At the Door, Annie and Frank, 1949-1954
117/19 Rides At the Door, James, 1939-1947
117/20 Rieckhoff, William F., 1950-1956
117/21 Roads, 1930
117/22 Robbin, H.E., 1949-1955
117/23 Robbin, J.A., Davis, Ray O., 1955
117/24 Rocky Mountain Realty, 1955
117/25 Root House, 1918-1935
117/26 Rowell, Agnes, 1934
117/27 Running Crane, Eddie, 1918-1948
117/28 Running, Fisher, Amy, 1930-1942
118/1 Running Wolf, Miles, 1932-1951
118/2 Rush, Harry, 1945-1947
118/3 Russell, First One, 1918-1935
118/4 Russell, Henry, 1953-1955
118/5 Russell, Joe, 1947-1956
118/6 Russell, Joseph, 1957
118/7 Russell, William, 1927-1933
118/8 Rutherford, Mrs. Louise, 1951-1956
118/9 St. Goddard, Archie, 1953-1954
118/10 Salois, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Henry, 1951-1952
118/11 Salway, Hilda, 1950
118/12 Salway, Louise Fox, 1950-1951
118/13 Sanderville, Annie, 1948-1955
118/14 Sanderville, Arnie and Annie, 1954-1955
118/15 Sangrv, Sam, 1947
118/16 Schiffner, George L., 1952
118/17 Schildt, Joe, 1955
118/18 School District #9, 1955
118/19 School Project block 37, 1954-1955
118/20 Seaton Ranch Company, 1954
118/21 Severance, Robert, 1946-1951
118/22 Sewell, Ernest L., 1954-1955
118/23 Sherburne Mercantile Company, Lot 2, Block. 7, 1912-1937
118/24 Sherburne Mercantile Company, 1920-1944
118/25 Sherburne-McDonald Lease, 418, 1951-1954
118/26 Sherburne, Eula C.
118/27 Sherburne, Joseph H.
118/28 Sherburne, Joseph L., 1940-1950
118/29 Sherburne, J.L.
118/30 Shoots First, Irene, 1921
118/31 Shootsanother, Irene, 1925-1944
119/1 Sinclair, Bill Norman Lease, 1955
119/2 Oil Company, 1954-1955
119/3 Snell, Leslie and Alice, 1948-1953
119/4 Snow, Perry, 1953-1954
119/5 Spanish, William, 1952
119/6 Split Ears, James Burdeau, 1940-1950
119/7 Spotted Eagle Allotment, 1949
119/8 Spotted Eagle, James, 1954
119/9 Spotted Eagle, Joe, 1943-1949
119/10 Stabs by Mistake, Peter, 1952-1954
119/11 Stanolind Oil Company
119/12 Stephenson, Henry, 1919-1948
119/13 Stokes, Joyce, 1955
119/14 Stone, E.J., 1946-1954
119/15 Stone, Fred, 1951-1955
119/16 Stone, Fred, 1951-1954
119/17 Stone, Fred Welch Land, 1953-1955
119/18 Stone, Fred Octavia, 1919-1933
119/19 Storr Property
119/20 Strassburger, Edmee, 1954-1955
119/21 Stufft, William Gilham, 1931-1932
119/22 Sun Chief Realty, 1952-1955
119/23 Swanson, J.A., 1955
119/24 Sweeney, Dora Aubrey/Gilham
119/25 Swingley-Arnoux Lots, 1918-1919
119/26 Swingley-Arnoux, P., 1930
119/27 Tatsey, Joe and Annie, 1908-1920
119/28 Thatch, Bill, 1955
119/29 Thayer-Goss, Russell, 1921-1925
119/30 Thompson, Lynn, 1947-1950
119/31 Thoreson, Norman, 1948-1950
119/32 Toomey and Hughes, 1954
119/33 Trerise, Walter E., 1948-1950
119/34 Trombley, Cecile V., 1954
120/1 Two Medicine Association, 1946-1951
120/2 Two Medicine Lease
120/3 Two Medicine Water Users, 1950-1952
120/4 Uhlig, Robert, 1943-1949
120/5 Upham, Joe, 1928-1939
120/6 Upshaw, Donald and Eva, 1955-1956
120/7 Vaile, Earle, 1950-1951
120/8 Vaile, Nina, 1948
120/9 Van Senden, Spina, 1954-1955
120/10 Veterans Administration, 1947-1952
120/11 Vielle, Josephine Old Chief, 1954-1955
120/12 Vielle, Peter, 1952
120/13 Vielle, Shirley, 1956
120/14 Viles, Fred M., 1947-1948
120/15 Wagner, Jack, 1923
120/16 Wagner, Margaret, 1952-1953
120/17 Wagner, William, 1930-1932
120/18 Wahl, Del, 1951-1955
120/19 Walker, William. E., 1949
120/20 Walter, Ethel, 1945
120/21 Walters, Jessie Stuart, 1919-1944
120/22 Walters, Jessie, 1936-1943
120/23 Walters, John, 1955
120/24 Wasson, George and Hoon, Phillip, 1946-1950
120/25 Weaselhead, Margaret, 1949-1952
120/26 Weathered, John, 1951-1955
120/27 Weathered, Paul, 1955
120/28 Weaver, William, 1951-1953
120/29 Weipert, George, 1950
120/30 Welch, Aleen, 1941
120/31 Welch, Charles, 1948-1951
120/32 Welch, Cora, 1929-1931
120/33 Welch, Daniel, 1946-1950
120/34 Welch, Ellen, 1927-1942
120/35 Welch, Elvina, 1945
120/36 Welch, J.B., 1950
120/37 Welch, James P., 1950-1951
120/38 Wellman, E. G., 1954-1955
120/39 Wellman, 1950-1956
120/40 Wellman, 1953-1956
120/41 Wellman, Robert, 1950
120/42 Werner, Wilbur, 1950
120/43 West Wolf, Gladys, 1956-1957
121/1 Wetzel, Don, 1944-1951
121/2 Wetzel, William, 1919-1930
121/3 White, A.L., County Agent, 1929-1931
121/4 White, Nannie, 1928-1951
121/5 White Dog, Henry, 1924-1933
121/6 White Dog, Henry, 1942-1945
121/7 Whiteman, Cecile, 1953-1957
121/8 Wilder, Bill, 1950-1951
121/9 Williamson, Harvey, 1946-1951
121/10 Wippert, George, 1943-1953
121/11 Woldstad, Selmar, 1955
121/12 Woldstad, Siguart, 1946-1949
121/13 Wolf Robe, Fish, 1930-1940
121/14 Wolk, Paul, 1945-1947
121/15 Wolverine, Joe, 1920-1949
121/16 Wood, R.D., 1950-1952
121/17 Woods, Bob and Lorraine, 1954-1955
121/18 Woodward, Hi, 1930
121/19 Wren, Bessie, 1926-1932
121/20 Wren, John, 1927-1929
121/21 Wren, John, 1932-1947
121/22 Wren, John, Estate, 1951
121/23 Wren, Robert, 1951-1953
121/24 Wright, James, 1950
121/25 Yegen, Mrs. Dave, 1942-1943
121/26 Yellow Kidney, Mike, 1947-1943
121/27 York, Montana, Tribal Lease, #418, 1953-1956
121/28 York, Montana, Tribal Lease, #418, 1952-1955
121/29 York, Montana, Tribal Lease, #418, 1953-1954
121/30 York, Montana, Tribal Lease, #418, 1953-1955
121/31 York, Montana, Tribal Lease, #418, 1954-1955
121/32 York, Montana, Well #4, 1954-1955
121/33 York, Montana, Grinnell Company, Well #5, 1955
121/34 York, Montana, Well #6, 1955
121/35 Young, Darrel, 1948
121/36 Young Running Crane Land, 1924-1933
122/248 Income and expense, 1929-1936
OS1/249 Analysis of Expense, 1922-1927
122/250 Ledger, 1950-1953
Series XXXI: Glacier County Salvage, 1942-1944
0.25 linear feet
This series documents J. L. Sherburne's involvement in the World War II effort to salvage materials, particularly metal, in Browning and surrounding areas.
Box/Folder
122/3 Correspondence, 1942-1944
122/4 Correspondence, 1942-1944
122/5 Interoffice Correspondence, 1942-1944
122/6 Clippings
122/7 Financial, 1942-1943
Series XXXII: Ranch and Livestock, 1901-1942
1.0 linear feet
This series contains records from Sherburne family livestock operations, including numerous receipts and permits for livestock sales, registries of horses owned by the family, and one file of transaction sheets. Most of the livestock sale permits document transactions to supply beef rations to the Blackfeet Agency.
Box/Folder
122/245 Register of Horse Purchases and Sales, 1912-1913
123/246 Register of Horse Purchases and Sales, 1939-1942
123/247 Register of Horse Purchases and Sales, 1913
123/3 Financial Records, 1901-1909
123/4 Permits to Sell Livestock, 1908-1918
123/5 Permits to Sell Livestock, 1908-1918
123/6 Permits to Sell Livestock, 1908-1918
123/7 Permits to Sell Livestock, 1909-1910
124/1 Permits to Sell Livestock, 1910-1911
124/2 Permits to Sell Livestock, 1911-1912
124/3 Permits to Sell Livestock, 1911-1912
124/4 Permits to Sell Livestock, 1910-1917
124/5 Permits to Sell Livestock, 1908-1918
124/6 Permits to Sell Livestock, 1908-1918

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Subgroup 5:  Photographs and Audio, 1898-1955
2.5 linear feet  ( 540 images and 1 linear ft.)

This subgroup contains photographic images of Montana's cultural traditions, economic practices, physical landscapes, and Blackfeet tribal members spanning the first half of the 20th Century as well as 285 Edison Voicewriter office dictation discs.

Container(s)
Description
Series XXXIII: Photographs, 1898-1954
1.5 linear feet (540 images)
This series contains images of the Sherburne family and friends, landscapes and buildings around Browning, Montana, scenes and lifeways (working and recreating Montanans) throughout central and western Montana, members of the Blackfeet tribe, Indian Pow-Wows and the "Missoula Stampede," facilities and scenes in Glacier National Park, and several Sherburne family trips in the Pacific Northwest. This series presents a detailed and significant record of central and western Montana's cultural and economic traditions, community developments, and landscape transformations spanning the first half of the twentieth century.
PhotoNumber
81-0129 Swift Current cabin, Montana, circa 1910
81-0130 Swift Current cabin, Montana, circa 1910
81-0131 Crystal Falls, Montana, circa 1910
81-0132 Uncle Henry holding two fish, circa 1910
81-0133 Face of Glacier, Montana, circa 1910
81-0134 Reflection in Lake Sherburne, Montana, circa 1910
81-0135 Waves on Lake Sherburne, Montana, circa 1910
81-0136 Big crevasse in snowfield or glacier, Montana, circa 1910
81-0137 I. B. L. Glacier, Montana, circa 1910
81-0138 Snowy cascades, Montana, circa 1910
81-0139 Looking north from C. H. R. Glacier Park area, circa 1910
81-0140 Red Canyon Falls, Montana, circa 1910
81-0141 West along C. H. R., mountain scenery in Glacier Park area, Montana, circa 1910
81-0142 Log cabin in mountains in Glacier Park area, Montana, circa 1910
81-0143 Ice Berg Lake, Montana, circa 1910
81-0144 Daisy Falls, Montana, circa 1910
81-0145 Clouds from Goat Mountain, Montana, circa 1910
81-0146 Boy standing by beaver's nest, Montana, circa 1910
81-0147 Grinnell Mountain and Lack Mc (sic), Montana, circa 1910
81-0148 T. C. Falls and Mount G. (sic), Montana, circa 1910
81-0149 Sawmill in Glacier Park area, Montana, circa 1910
81-0150 Castle Rock, Montana, circa 1910
81-0151 Belly River Glacier, Montana, circa 1910
81-0152 Looking west from Two Medicine Pass Glacier National Park, Montana, circa 1910
81-0153 Looking east form Two Medicine Pass, Glacier National Park, Montana, circa 1910
81-0154 Mount Rockwell, Montana, circa 1910
81-0155 Mount Rising Wolf, Montana, winter 1898
81-0156 Mount Rising Wolf, Montana, circa 1910
81-0157 Wooden trestle, Montana, circa 1910
81-0158 T. E. S. at spring, Montana, circa 1910
81-0159 Red Mountain and T. M. Lake, Montana, circa 1910
81-0160 Trick Falls, Montana, circa 1910
81-0161 Trick Falls, Montana, circa 1910
81-0162 Trick Falls, Montana, circa 1910
83-0100 Haying near Browning, Montana, undated
83-0101 Haying near Browning, Montana, undated
83-0102 Steam tractor with cart and plow near Browning, Montana, undated
83-0103 Various cultural materials in Sherburne Indian collection, undated
83-0104 Moving an out building by steam tractor, Browning, Montana, undated
83-0105 Bison in corral chute, Ravalli, Montana, circa 1908
83-0106 Bison in corral chute, Ravalli, Montana, circa 1908
83-0107 Bison in corral chute, Ravalli, Montana, circa 1908
83-0108 Bison in corral chute, Ravalli, Montana, circa 1908
83-0109 Northern Pacific Railroad car used in the transporting of bison, circa 1908
83-0110 Tractor and plow near Browning, Montana, undated
83-0111 Sherburne Mercantile Company store, Browning, Montana, undated
83-0112 Smelter in Great Falls, Montana, undated
83-0113 Plains Indian and horse with traditional saddle, possibly Blackfeet, undated
83-0153 Chief Mountain and Saint Mary's River, circa 1908
83-0154 Blackfeet Indians at Glacier National Park, men moving a log with horse, undated
85-0272 Milltown Dam, C.M.St.P. and P. [Chicago Milwaukee Saint Paul and Pacific] Railroad, undated
85-0273 Bonner Mill, Bonner Montana, undated
85-0274 Bonner Mill, Bonner Montana, undated
85-0275 Milltown Dam, Bonner Montana, undated
85-0276 Missoula from Mount Sentinel, undated
85-0277 Milltown Dam, Bonner Montana, undated
85-0278 Milltown Dam and Powerhouse, Bonner Montana, undated
85-0279 Tunnel construction, Milwaukee Railroad near Bonner, Montana, undated
85-0280 Logs going down chute into the Big Blackfoot River, undated
87-0037 Marcus Daly home near Hamilton, Montana, 1925
87-0038 Front view of Marcus Daly home near Hamilton, Montana, 1925
87-0039 Front side view of Marcus Daly home near Hamilton, Montana, 1925
87-0055 North side of Marcus Daly home near Hamilton, Montana, 1925
89-0273 Missoula Stampede, 1915
92-0007 Steamship, Northwest Canada-Alaska, undated
92-0008 1925 Ford, undated
92-0009 Case steam driven tractor, Tractor Pageant, near Browning, 1932
92-0010 Case steam driven tractor, Port Huron Special, Tractor Pageant, near Browning, 1932
92-0011 Case steam driven tractor, Tractor Pageant, near Browning, 1932
92-0012 Case steam driven tractor, Tractor Pageant, near Browning, 1932
92-0013 Case steam drive tractor, Tractor Pageant, near Browning, 1932
92-0014 Tractor Pageant, near Browning, 1932
92-0015 Tractor Pageant, near Browning, 1932
92-0016 Seattle, downtown, undated
92-0017 Railway car of White Pass and Yukon Railroad, undated
92-0018 Seattle, downtown, undated
92-0019 Steamship Bonnie Bell, Northwest Canada-Alaska, undated
92-0020 Steamship, Northwest Canada-Alaska, undated
92-0021 Steamship, Northwest Canada-Alaska, undated
92-0022 Steamship, Northwest Canada-Alaska, undated
92-0023 Steamship, Northwest Canada-Alaska, undated
92-0024 Steamship, Northwest Canada-Alaska, undated
92-0025 Northwest Canada-Alaska, undated
92-0026 Northwest Canada-Alaska, undated
92-0027 Northwest Canada-Alaska, undated
92-0028 Northwest Canada-Alaska, undated
92-0029 Northwest Canada-Alaska, undated
92-0030 Northwest Canada-Alaska, undated
92-0031 Northwest Canada-Alaska, undated
92-0032 Steamship, Northwest Canada-Alaska, undated
92-0033 Browning, Sherburne Mercantile Company, undated
92-0034 Browning, Sherburne Mercantile Company, undated
92-0035 San Francisco, earthquake, 1906
92-0036 San Francisco, earthquake, 1906
92-0037 San Francisco, earthquake, 1906
92-0038 San Francisco, earthquake, 1906
92-0039 San Francisco, earthquake, 1906
92-0040 San Francisco, earthquake, 1906
92-0041 Glacier Park, hotel interior, undated
92-0042 Glacier Park, hotel interior, undated
92-0043 Glacier Park hotel, undated
92-0044 Glacier Park hotel, undated
92-0045 Joseph H. Sherburne at Sherburne Lake, Glacier Park, undated
92-0046 Parade, location unknown, circa 1906
92-0047 Home, location unknown, circa 1906
92-0048 Home, location unknown, circa 1906
92-0049 Blackfeet Indians, near Browning, circa 1906
92-0050 Family outing, location unknown, circa 1906
92-0051 Monument at unknown metropolitan location, circa 1906
92-0052 YMCA building in unknown metropolitan location, circa 1906
92-0053 Burt's Florist Stand and five-story building in unknown metropolitan location, circa 1906
92-0054 Lake in mountains, location unknown, circa 1906
92-0055 Cattle and chickens in front of barn, location unknown, undated
92-0056 Barn at a distance, location unknown, undated
92-0057 Farm house with fenced yard, location unknown, undated
92-0058 Earthen dam of lumber rock and dirt, location unknown, 1925
92-0059 Earthen dam, location unknown, 1925
92-0060 Picnic in Glacier Park, circa 1925
92-0061 Large group on decorated stage, Browning, Montana, circa 1925
92-0062 Parked cars outside school pageant, Browning, Montana, circa 1925
92-0063 Log drive, location unknown, circa 1925
92-0064 Blackfeet woman (sic), location unknown, undated
92-0065 Blackfeet man (sic), location unknown, undated
92-0066 Horse and buggy, location unknown, undated
92-0071 Wolf Creek, hotel sign, circa 1925
92-0072 Laying water line from springs to Browning City water supply, March 11, 1952
92-0073 Laying water line from springs to Browning City water supply, March 11, 1952
92-0074 Laying water line from springs to Browning City water supply, March 11, 1952
92-0075 Oil well, Milk River ridge, 10,050 ft. test well, undated
92-0076 Oil well, Milk River ridge, 10,050 ft. test well, undated
92-0077 Oil well, Milk River ridge, 10,050 ft. test well, undated
92-0078 Elderly man standing in front of oil well, Milk River ridge, 10,050 ft. test well, undated
92-0079 Woman standing in front of oil well, Milk River ridge, 10,050 ft. test well, undated
92-0080 Two women at base of oil well stand, Milk River ridge, 10,050 ft. test well, undated
92-0081 Photograph of letter, Frank Sherburne to J. L. Sherburne, October 15, 1953
92-0082 Photograph of cash receipt, John Tatsey from Sherburne Mercantile, December 23, 1950
92-0083 Photograph of general ledger account, John Tatsey, December 23, 1950
92-0084 Photograph of cash ledger, John Tatsey, December 23, 1950
92-0085 Little Big Horn Battlefield cemetery, undated
92-0086 Little Big Horn Battlefield, undated
92-0087 Little Big Horn Battlefield, undated
92-0088 Little Big Horn Battlefield cemetery, undated
92-0089 Little Big Horn Battlefield monument, undated
92-0090 Waterton, Canada, undated
92-0091 Horse and buggy, unknown location, undated
92-0092 Horse and buggy, unknown location, undated
92-0093 Horse and buggy with no roof, in wooded area, unknown location, undated
92-0094 Circus parade on brick paved street, no location, undated
92-0095 Young woman in front of Lodge at East Glacier picking flowers, undated
92-0096 Two women in front of Lodge at East Glacier picking flowers, undated
92-0097 Photo of sign at Bitterroot National Forest, 1925
92-0098 Photo of boundary sign, Bitterroot National Forest and Beaverhead National Forest, 1925
92-0099 Many Glacier Chalet, September 1923
92-0100 Many Glacier Chalet, September 1923
92-0101 Mother and child in grass at Many Glacier Chalet, September 1923
92-0102 Photograph of plat of Highway Dept. tract that J.L. Sherburne sold them, 1946
92-0103 Road at Many Glacier Chalet, September 1923
92-0104 Bridge under construction, short cut to Glacier Park, 1941
92-0105 Bridge under construction, short cut to Glacier Park, 1941
92-0106 Railroad trestle near Browning, undated
92-0107 Railroad trestle near Browning, undated
92-0108 Sherburne Mercantile, Browning, Montana, 1936
92-0109 Woman and children dressed in white costumes for Browning, Tractor Pageant, 1932
92-0110 Browning, Tractor Pageant, 1932
92-0111 Browning, Tractor Pageant, 1932
92-0112 Men sitting on top of tractor Browning, Tractor Pageant, 1932
92-0113 Large group on decorated stage, Browning, Tractor Pageant, 1932
92-0114 Large group on and in front of stage, Browning, Tractor Pageant, 1932
92-0115 Large group on and in front of stage, Browning, Tractor Pageant, 1932
92-0116 Young girl in costume standing by streamers, Browning, Tractor Pageant, 1932
92-0117 Browning, Tractor Pageant, 1932
92-0118 Browning, Tractor Pageant, 1932
92-0119 Empty decorated auditorium and stage, Browning, Tractor Pageant, 1932
92-0120 Taken at Many Glacier Chalet, September 1923
92-0121 Little Big Horn Battlefield cemetery, undated
92-0122 Browning, interior Sherburne Mercantile, undated
92-0123 Burt's Florist Stand and five story building in unknown metropolitan location [similar to 92-53], undated
92-0124 Missoula, Higgins Avenue bridge, 1909
92-0125 Missoula, Stampede parade, July 4, 1914 and 1915
92-0126 Missoula, Stampede parade, July 4, 1915
92-0127 Missoula, Stampede parade, July 4, 1914 and 1915
92-0128 Missoula, Higgins Avenue bridge, 1909
92-0129 Missoula, Higgins Avenue bridge, 1909
92-0130 Missoula, Higgins Avenue bridge, 1909
92-0131 Blimp, no location, undated
92-0132 Blimp, no location, undated
92-0133 Blimp, no location, undated
92-0134 Blimp, no location, undated
92-0135 Photo of painting of Chief Medicine Crow, by E. A. Burbank, Crow Agency, undated
92-0136 Photo of painting of Elk, by E.A. Burbank, Crow Agency, undated
92-0137 Photo of painting of unknown person, by E.A. Burbank, Crow Agency, undated
92-0138 Photo of painting of White Swan, Crow, 1897, by E.A. Burbank
92-0139 Photo of painting of Lucky Hoop, Crow, by E.A. Burbank
92-0140 Photo of painting of unknown person, by E.A. Burbank, undated
92-0141 Photo of painting of unknown person, Southern Cheyenne, by E.A. Burbank, undated
92-0142 Photo of painting of Black Man, Arapahoe, by E.A. Burbank, undated
92-0143 Photo of painting of Medicine Woman, Southern Cheyenne, by E.A. Burbank, undated
92-0144 Photo of painting of Chief Blue Horse, Sioux, by E.A. Burbank, undated
92-0145 Silhouette of Cowboys, no location, undated
92-0146 Blackfeet man standing in trees, no location, undated
92-0147 Non-Indian in Indian dress, no location, undated
92-0148 Tepee, no location, undated
92-0149 Blackfeet man by drum at Fair Grounds Missoula, Montana, undated
92-0150 Blackfeet man by drum at Fair Grounds Missoula, Montana, undated
92-0151 Blackfeet man by drum at Fair Grounds Missoula, Montana, undated
92-0152 Photo of painting by J.H. Sharp, undated
92-0153 Photo of painting by J.H. Sharp, undated
92-0154 Photo of painting by J.H. Sharp, undated
92-0155 Photo of painting by J.H. Sharp, undated
92-0156 Photo of painting by J.H. Sharp, undated
92-0157 Photo of painting by J.H. Sharp, undated
92-0158 Blackfeet encampment at Fair Grounds Missoula, Montana, undated
92-0159 Blackfeet encampment at Fair Grounds Missoula, Montana, undated
92-0160 Blackfeet man on horse back at Fair Grounds Missoula, Montana, undated
92-0161 Three Blackfeet men at Fair Grounds Missoula, Montana, undated
92-0162 Blackfeet at Fair Grounds, Stampede Missoula, Montana, 1914 and 1915
92-0163 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0164 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0165 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0166 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0167 Missoula, Blackfeet members on parade, Stampede, 1914 and 1915
92-0168 Missoula, rodeo, Fair Grounds, Stampede, 1914 and 1915
92-0169 Missoula, Stampede, Fair Grounds, 1914 and 1915
92-0170 Missoula, Stampede, Fair Grounds, 1914 and 1915
92-0171 Missoula, Stampede, Fair Grounds, July 4, 1914 and 1915
92-0172 Missoula, Stampede, Fair Grounds, July 4, 1914 and 1915
92-0173 Missoula, Stampede, Fair Grounds, July 4, 1914 and 1915
92-0174 Missoula, Stampede, Fair Grounds, July 4, 1914 and 1915
92-0175 Missoula, Stampede, Fair Grounds, July 4, 1915
92-0176 Missoula, Stampede, Fair Grounds, July 4, 1914 and 1915
92-0177 Missoula, Stampede, Fair Grounds, July 4, 1914
92-0178 Missoula, Stampede, Fair Grounds, July 4, 1914 and 1915
92-0179 Missoula, Stampede parade, July 4, 1914 and 1915
92-0180 Missoula, Stampede parade, July 4, 1914 and 1915
92-0181 Missoula, Stampede parade, July 4, 1914 and 1915
92-0182 Missoula, Blackfeet members on parade, Stampede, July 4, 1914 and 1915
92-0183 Missoula, parade on North Higgins, Stampede, July 4, 1915
92-0184 Missoula, Blackfeet members at Fair Grounds, Stampede, July 4, 1915
92-0185 Missoula, Stampede attendees, July 4, 1914
92-0186 Missoula, Stampede attendees, July 4, 1914
92-0187 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0188 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0189 Blackfeet Encampment, no location, undated
92-0190 Blackfeet member, no location, undated
92-0191 Blackfeet member, no location, undated
92-0192 Blackfeet member, no location, undated
92-0193 Blackfeet member, no location, undated
92-0194 Blackfeet members on parade, no location, undated
92-0195 Blackfeet encampment, no location, undated
92-0196 Blackfeet encampment, no location, undated
92-0197 Missoula, Blackfeet members in parade, Stampede, July 4, 1914 and 1915
92-0198 Missoula, Blackfeet members, Stampede, July 4, 1914 and 1915
92-0199 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0200 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0201 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0202 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0203 Horse and buggy, no location, undated
92-0204 Blackfeet encampment, no location, undated
92-0205 Blackfeet encampment, no location, undated
92-0206 Blackfeet encampment, no location, undated
92-0207 White woman in Indian dress, no location, undated
92-0208 Blackfeet member, no location, undated
92-0209 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0210 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0211 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0212 Blackfeet encampment, no location, undated
92-0213 Blackfeet encampment, no location, undated
92-0214 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0215 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0216 Blackfeet member, no location, undated
92-0217 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0218 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0219 Blackfeet member, no location, undated
92-0220 Blackfeet encampment, no location, undated
92-0221 Blackfeet encampment, no location, undated
92-0222 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0223 Blackfeet member, no location, undated
92-0224 Blackfeet member, no location, undated
92-0225 Camp, no location, undated
92-0226 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0227 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0228 All-Indian parade, no location, undated
92-0229 Blackfeet member, no location, undated
92-0230 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0231 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0232 Blackfeet member, no location, undated
92-0233 Blackfeet member, no location, undated
92-0234 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0235 Blackfeet encampment, no location, undated
92-0236 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0237 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0238 Blackfeet member, no location, undated
92-0239 Blackfeet member, no location, undated
92-0277 Missoula, Blackfeet camp, undated
92-0278 Blackfeet members, no location, undated
92-0279 Automobile, no location, undated
92-0280 Automobile, no location, undated
92-0281 Blackfeet encampment, no location, undated
92-0284 Alaskan town on Canada-NW Alaska tour, undated
92-0296 Standard School, location unknown, undated
92-0297 Two kids with bicycle and wagon, no location, undated
92-0298 Railroad speeder, no location, undated
92-0299 School class, no location, undated
92-0300 Unidentified men in auto, no location, undated
92-0301 Unidentified men in auto, no location, undated
Box/Folder
photo_number
129/1 67(XXXIII)1 Possibly Sherburne family picnicking, circa 1910
Box/Folder
129/1 67(XXXIII)2 J. L. Sherburne outside Sherburne Mercantile, Browning, Montana, circa 1945
Box/Folder
129/1 67(XXXIII)3 Eula C. Sherburne with dog, undated
Box/Folder
129/2 67(XXXIII)4 Postcard of Agency marked with guide to buildings, undated
Box/Folder
129/2 67(XXXIII)5 Postcard possibly of Indian agency, Browning, Montana, 1910
Box/Folder
129/2 67(XXXIII)6 Cattle on plain, near Browning, Montana, undated
Box/Folder
129/2 67(XXXIII)7 Building under construction, Browning, Montana, circa 1940s
Box/Folder
129/2 67(XXXIII)8 Empty store front in snow, Browning, Montana, circa 1940s
Box/Folder
129/3 67(XXXIII)9 Moving a house, Browning, Montana, circa 1940s
Box/Folder
129/3 67(XXXIII)10 Moving a house, Browning, Montana, circa 1940s
Box/Folder
129/3 67(XXXIII)11 Moving a house, Browning, Montana, circa 1940s
Box/Folder
129/3 67(XXXIII)12 House near Browning, Montana, undated
Box/Folder
129/3 67(XXXIII)13 House and car near Browning, Montana, circa 1940s
Box/Folder
129/4 67(XXXIII)14 Leo Kunnurly's residence during a ground blizzard, northwest Browning, Montana, February 2, 1950
Box/Folder
129/4 67(XXXIII)15 Business district of Browning, Montana covered in snow, February 2, 1950
Box/Folder
129/4 67(XXXIII)16 Burned building, Browning, Montana, undated
Box/Folder
129/4 67(XXXIII)17 Rodeo, Browning, Montana, undated
Box/Folder
129/4 67(XXXIII)18 All-Indian parade, Browning, Montana, undated
Box/Folder
129/5 67(XXXIII)19 Blackfeet members assembling teepees, Browning, Montana, undated
Box/Folder
129/5 67(XXXIII)20 Blackfeet woman with teepees, Browning, Montana, undated
Box/Folder
129/5 67(XXXIII)21 Man and two women around miscellaneous lumber, Browning, Montana, circa 1940
Box/Folder
129/5 67(XXXIII)22 House and other buildings from a distance, Browning, Montana, circa 1940
Box/Folder
129/5 67(XXXIII)23 Horses with sled holding child and man, Browning, Montana, undated
Box/Folder
129/6 67(XXXIII)24 Drill, Browning, Montana, undated
Box/Folder
129/6 67(XXXIII)25 Drill in distance, Browning, Montana, undated
Box/Folder
129/6 67(XXXIII)26 Lumber Company, Browning, Montana, circa 1940
Box/Folder
129/6 67(XXXIII)27 Sherburne Lumber Company, Browning, Montana, undated
Box/Folder
129/6 67(XXXIII)28 Sherburne Lumber Company, Browning, Montana, undated
Box/Folder
129/7 67(XXXIII)29 Grain Elevator, Browning, Montana, undated
Box/Folder
129/7 67(XXXIII)30 Sherburne Mercantile, Browning, Montana, circa 1930
Box/Folder
129/7 67(XXXIII)31 Shoe display, Sherburne Mercantile, Browning, Montana, undated
Box/Folder
129/7 67(XXXIII)32 House and cars, circa 1940
Box/Folder
129/7 67(XXXIII)33 House under construction, circa 1950
Box/Folder
129/8 67(XXXIII)34 House, undated
Box/Folder
129/8 67(XXXIII)35 Looking down at three cabins on blocks, Glacier National Park, undated
Box/Folder
129/8 67(XXXIII)36 Ranch buildings during winter, undated
Box/Folder
129/8 67(XXXIII)37 Ranch during winter, undated
Box/Folder
129/8 67(XXXIII)38 Ranch, undated
Box/Folder
129/9 67(XXXIII)39 Cattle, undated
Box/Folder
129/9 67(XXXIII)40 Cattle ranch, two stacks of hay bales and cattle in distance, undated
Box/Folder
129/9 67(XXXIII)41 Ranch, undated
Box/Folder
129/9 67(XXXIII)42 Houses, undated
Box/Folder
129/9 67(XXXIII)43 Cattle ranch, undated
Box/Folder
129/10 67(XXXIII)44 Cattle, undated
Box/Folder
129/10 67(XXXIII)45 Cattle and ducks in pen, undated
Box/Folder
129/10 67(XXXIII)46 Sheep and sheepherder's wagon, undated
Box/Folder
129/10 67(XXXIII)47 Sheep and sheepherder's wagon, undated
Box/Folder
129/10 67(XXXIII)48 Cabin in woods, undated
Box/Folder
129/11 67(XXXIII)49 Two people walking, house and snow, undated
Box/Folder
129/11 67(XXXIII)50 House and snow, undated
Box/Folder
129/11 67(XXXIII)51 Large cabin next to lake, undated
Box/Folder
129/11 67(XXXIII)52 Lake, undated
Box/Folder
129/11 67(XXXIII)53 Trestle over river under construction, undated
Box/Folder
129/12 67(XXXIII)54 Building with ground construction next to it, undated
Box/Folder
129/12 67(XXXIII)55 House and out buildings with people working, during early spring, undated
Box/Folder
129/12 67(XXXIII)56 Big stone chimney of the large chalet, also wrecked beds, water pipes, and other debris twisted from fire, Glacier National Park, undated
Box/Folder
129/12 67(XXXIII)57 Stone chimney with view of road and car, Glacier National Park, undated
Box/Folder
129/12 67(XXXIII)58 Stone chimneys from distance, Glacier National Park, undated
Box/Folder
129/12 67(XXXIII)59 Head of Cracker Canyon and the old copper concentrator, near Glacier National Park, undated
Box/Folder
129/13 67(XXXIII)60 Men in copper concentrator, near Glacier National Park, undated
Box/Folder
129/13 67(XXXIII)61 Camp in snow, Glacier National Park, undated
Box/Folder
129/13 67(XXXIII)62 Many Glacier Lodge, Glacier National Park, undated
Box/Folder
129/13 67(XXXIII)63 Man standing on cleared road between to large snow walls, Glacier National Park, undated
Box/Folder
129/14 67(XXXIII)64 Going to the Sun road, Glacier National Park, circa 1935
Box/Folder
129/14 67(XXXIII)65 Woman sitting on lodge steps, undated
Box/Folder
129/14 67(XXXIII)66 Many Glacier, Glacier National Park, undated
Box/Folder
129/14 67(XXXIII)67 Road in Glacier National Park, undated
Box/Folder
129/14 67(XXXIII)68 Cabins and recent burn, Glacier National Park, [similar to 67(XXXIII)35], circa 1920
Box/Folder
129/15 67(XXXIII)69 Rocky Mountain front, near Glacier National Park, undated
Box/Folder
129/15 67(XXXIII)70 Photographer, Glacier National Park, undated
Box/Folder
129/15 67(XXXIII)71 Men and Women at Many Glacier Lodge, Glacier National Park, circa 1940
Box/Folder
129/15 67(XXXIII)72 Burned Many Glacier Ranger Station, Glacier National Park, undated
Box/Folder
129/15 67(XXXIII)73 View from tunnel, Going-to-the-Sun Road, Glacier National Park, circa 1935
Box/Folder
129/16 67(XXXIII)74 St. Mary Y, Looking up at Canyon, Glacier National Park, circa 1930
Box/Folder
129/16 67(XXXIII)75 Horse pack train, undated
Box/Folder
129/16 67(XXXIII)76 Horse pack train, undated
Box/Folder
129/16 67(XXXIII)77 Man and horse, undated
Box/Folder
129/16 67(XXXIII)78 Pack horses, undated
Box/Folder
129/17 67(XXXIII)79 Family picnicking, circa 1940
Box/Folder
129/17 67(XXXIII)80 Family picnicking, circa 1940
Box/Folder
129/17 67(XXXIII)81 Blackfeet woman in garden, undated
Box/Folder
129/17 67(XXXIII)82 Blackfeet woman holding knobby gourds, undated
Box/Folder
129/17 67(XXXIII)83 Woman on horse, undated
Box/Folder
129/18 67(XXXIII)84 Woman in tent, circa 1910
Box/Folder
129/18 67(XXXIII)85 Elk Horn Lodge, Estes Park, undated
Box/Folder
129/18 67(XXXIII)86 Child on sawhorse, undated
Box/Folder
129/18 67(XXXIII)87 Child sitting on car, circa 1920
Box/Folder
129/18 67(XXXIII)88 Child on horse, undated
Box/Folder
129/19 67(XXXIII)89 Man eating, undated
Box/Folder
129/19 67(XXXIII)90 Two men on horses, undated
Box/Folder
129/19 67(XXXIII)91 Man fishing, undated
Box/Folder
129/19 67(XXXIII)92 Man sitting on cot with book, undated
Box/Folder
129/19 67(XXXIII)93 Men and boy with newspaper, undated
Box/Folder
129/20 67(XXXIII)94 Four men working with a crate, undated
Box/Folder
129/20 67(XXXIII)95 Men with crate, undated
Box/Folder
129/20 67(XXXIII)96 Bookkeepers, undated
Box/Folder
129/20 67(XXXIII)97 People, cars, and buildings, undated
Box/Folder
129/20 67(XXXIII)98 Man drinking water from spring in rocky wall, undated
Box/Folder
129/21 67(XXXIII)99 Butcher by meat rack in shop, undated
Box/Folder
129/21 67(XXXIII)100 Four men and boy sitting by riverside, undated
Box/Folder
129/21 67(XXXIII)101 men and women standing on balcony, with mountain peaks in background, undated
Box/Folder
129/21 67(XXXIII)102 Group of men and women in wooded area, undated
Box/Folder
129/21 67(XXXIII)103 Two women and two boys outside of log cabin, undated
Box/Folder
129/22 67(XXXIII)104 Man with rifle in snow, undated
Box/Folder
129/22 67(XXXIII)105 Man in military uniform, undated
Box/Folder
129/22 67(XXXIII)106 Man standing in front of wood pile, undated
Box/Folder
129/22 67(XXXIII)107 Man resting on cot, undated
Box/Folder
129/22 67(XXXIII)108 Barber prepping Calvin Last Starr's hair, undated
Box/Folder
129/23 67(XXXIII)109 Two men in canoe on a lake, undated
Box/Folder
129/23 67(XXXIII)110 Sergeant Edward Saylor in military uniform, with four Indian men in traditional dress, circa 1940
Box/Folder
129/23 67(XXXIII)111 Father Sherburne, undated
Box/Folder
129/23 67(XXXIII)112 Unidentified man, undated
Box/Folder
129/23 67(XXXIII)113 Mrs. Julia-Wades-in-the-water, or Under Owl woman, Sta-his-be-sta-ki, undated
Box/Folder
129/24 67(XXXIII)114 Photography or surveying camp in snow, undated
Box/Folder
129/24 67(XXXIII)115 Three teepees with people around them, undated
Box/Folder
129/24 67(XXXIII)116 "Old," first agency on the Blackfeet reservation, 1904
Box/Folder
129/24 67(XXXIII)117 Indians at Forth of July celebration, undated
Box/Folder
129/24 67(XXXIII)118 Indian woman and boy in traditional dress standing in front of log wall, undated
Box/Folder
129/25 67(XXXIII)119 Burned wall and cabinet wreckage (five copies), undated
Box/Folder
129/26 67(XXXIII)120 Burned building, collapsed ceiling (five copies), undated
Box/Folder
129/27 67(XXXIII)121 Blackfeet woman in traditional dress on horse in parade, undated
Box/Folder
129/27 67(XXXIII)122 Blackfeet woman and girl standing in front of log wall, undated
Box/Folder
129/27 67(XXXIII)123 Three Blackfeet Indians standing in front of log wall, undated
Box/Folder
129/27 67(XXXIII)124 Teepee and poles to uncovered teepee, [on blueprint paper], undated
Box/Folder
129/27 67(XXXIII)125 Julia Wades-In-The-Water, [similar to 67(XXXIII)113, udated
Box/Folder
129/27 67(XXXIII)126 Five Blackfeet men sitting in a row, one man dancing, teepee village and horse and wagon in background, undated
Box/Folder
129/27 67(XXXIII)127 Pate After Buffalo, undated
Box/Folder
129/27 67(XXXIII)128 Arthur Walters, Oliver Sanderville, and Pete Marceau [all names questionable], undated
Box/Folder
129/27 67(XXXIII)129 Men riding and herding horses, circa 1935
Box/Folder
129/27 67(XXXIII)130 Saddled horses in valley, undated
Box/Folder
129/28 67(XXXIII)131 Meandering river in valley, mountain front in background, undated
Box/Folder
129/28 67(XXXIII)132 Mountain lake during winter, undated
Box/Folder
129/28 67(XXXIII)133 Rugged mountain front, undated
Box/Folder
129/28 67(XXXIII)134 Small waterfall into pool, undated
Box/Folder
129/28 67(XXXIII)135 Woman posing in hat, undated
Box/Folder
129/28 67(XXXIII)136 Two men in car, one standing beside it, circa 1920s
Box/Folder
129/28 67(XXXIII)137 Woman and two men at Japanese gardens, Hollywood, California, undated
Box/Folder
129/28 67(XXXIII)138 Man sitting in leather executive chair holding pipe, undated
Box/Folder
129/28 67(XXXIII)139 Man posing for picture, undated
Box/Folder
129/29 67(XXXIII)140 Men and horses standing outside of cabin in snow, undated
Box/Folder
129/29 67(XXXIII)141 Unknown lake, undated
Box/Folder
129/29 67(XXXIII)142 People looking at burned storefront, Browning, Montana (4 copies), circa 1910
Box/Folder
129/29 67(XXXIII)143 Three young men standing outside of burned building frame, Browning, Montana (2 copies), circa 1910
Box/Folder
129/29 67(XXXIII)144 Four boys looking at ruins of burned building, Browning, Montana (3 copies), circa 1910
Box/Folder
129/29 67(XXXIII)145 Two burned building fronts, Browning Montana (3 copies), circa 1910
Box/Folder
129/30 67(XXXIII)146 Two men checking water supply, near Browning, Montana (2 copies), undated
Box/Folder
129/30 67(XXXIII)147 Cut for laying pipeline through hill, near Browning, Montana (2 copies), undated
Box/Folder
129/30 67(XXXIII)148 Machinery used to dig ditch to lay pipeline, near Browning, Montana (2 copies), undated
Box/Folder
129/30 67(XXXIII)149 Pipe laid out along route, Browning just visible in background (2 copies), undated
Box/Folder
129/30 67(XXXIII)150 Two men building foundation in background, near Browning, Montana, undated
Box/Folder
129/31 67(XXXIII)151 Two people on manicured lawn in distance, mountain front in background, undated
Box/Folder
129/31 67(XXXIII)152 Train trestle, undated
Box/Folder
129/31 67(XXXIII)153 Bridge with cars beside it and town in distance, undated
Box/Folder
129/31 67(XXXIII)154 Young woman holding infant, undated
Box/Folder
129/31 67(XXXIII)155 Wall hanging with feathers and stirrups, undated
Box/Folder
129/31 67(XXXIII)156 Squatting woman gathering flowers in garden, undated
Box/Folder
129/31 67(XXXIII)157 Cars on highway, electric and telephone poles (2 copies), circa 1950
Box/Folder
129/31 67(XXXIII)158 House and two out buildings, undated
Box/Folder
129/31 67(XXXIII)159 Car sitting by trees, undated
Box/Folder
129/32 67(XXXIII)160 Eight old women on porch steps, undated
Box/Folder
129/32 67(XXXIII)161 Cowboys herding cattle on range, undated
Box/Folder
129/32 67(XXXIII)162 Cowboys roping and tying calves in a corral, undated
Box/Folder
129/32 67(XXXIII)163 Cowboys playing cards on a blanket, some looking on, undated
Box/Folder
129/32 67(XXXIII)164 Cowboys sitting outside of cabins, undated
Box/Folder
129/32 67(XXXIII)165 Campsite (photo blurred), undated
Box/Folder
129/32 67(XXXIII)166 Cowboys herding cattle, undated
Box/Folder
129/33 67(XXXIII)167 Cowboys on horses behind horse with no rider, undated
Box/Folder
129/33 67(XXXIII)168 Two cowboys with lassoed calf by calf lying on the ground, undated
Box/Folder
129/33 67(XXXIII)169 Cowboys with herd of horses, undated
Box/Folder
129/33 67(XXXIII)170 Cowboys branding calf, undated
Box/Folder
129/33 67(XXXIII)171 Saddled horse, cattle herd and cowboys in background (photo blurred), undated
Box/Folder
129/33 67(XXXIII)172 Cattle herd, undated
Box/Folder
129/33 67(XXXIII)173 Cowboys working around animal, not facing camera, undated
Box/Folder
129/34 67(XXXIII)174 Small church with mountains in background, undated
Box/Folder
129/34 67(XXXIII)175 Sherburne Mercantile Company building in distance (photo blurred), undated
Box/Folder
129/34 67(XXXIII)176 Four cars parked at the side of a road with men in and around them, circa 1920
Box/Folder
129/34 67(XXXIII)177 Three boys sitting on the running board of a car, undated
Box/Folder
129/34 67(XXXIII)178 Unidentified group of Kaw Indians, Oklahoma, undated
Box/Folder
129/34 67(XXXIII)179 Man sitting on rocks in Kaw Agency, Oklahoma Territory, undated
Box/Folder
129/34 67(XXXIII)180 Two young boys with mother and grandparents standing in front of brick school building on Kaw Agency, Oklahoma, undated
Box/Folder
129/34 67(XXXIII)181 School building on Kaw agency from distance, Oklahoma, undated
Box/Folder
129/34 67(XXXIII)182 Woman in front of statue "The Pioneer Women," it was erected by E.W. Marland, later governor of Oklahoma, on his estate at Ponca City, undated
Box/Folder
129/34 67(XXXIII)183 Pawnee Bill's Indian Trading post, near Pawnee, undated
Box/Folder
129/35 67(XXXIII)184 Smiling man with two pack horses carrying bighorn mountain sheep, undated
Box/Folder
129/35 67(XXXIII)185 Steer standing outside of barn and yard covered in snow, undated
Box/Folder
129/36 67(XXXIII)186 Photos from photo album, undated
Box/Folder
129/37 67(XXXIII)187 Photos from Sherburne family photo album, undated
Box/Folder
129/38 67(XXXIII)188 Photos from Sherburne family photo album, undated
Box/Folder
129/39 67(XXXIII)189 Photos from Sherburne family photo album, undated
Box/Folder
129/40 67(XXXIII)190 Photos from Sherburne family photo album, undated
Box/Folder
129/41 67(XXXIII)191 Photos from Sherburne family photo album, undated
Box/Folder
129/42 67(XXXIII)192 Photos from Sherburne family photo album, undated
Box
130 67(XXXIII)193 Detached page from unknown photo album, undated
Box
130 67(XXXIII)194 Sherburne Family photo album (178 photos, 40 are loose and foldered separately from the album), 1942-1954
Box
130 67(XXXIII)195 Sherburne Family photo album from vacation spots (86 photos), 1911
Box
130 67(XXXIII)196 Sherburne Family photo album mostly of Western Montana and Blackfeet reservation (55 photos), undated
Box
130 67(XXXIII)197 Sherburne Family photo album of vacation destinations, university sports, and family (57 photos), undated
Box
131 67(XXXIII)198 Sherburne Family photo album many photos from Minneapolis, Minnesota (40 photos), undated
Box
131 67(XXXIII)199 Sherburne Family photo album mostly of vacation destinations (111 photos), undated
Box
131 67(XXXIII)200 Sherburne Family photo album, possibly of Glacier National Park, (41 photos), undated
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)201 Blackfeet man on horseback, lantern slide, [photographer: Fred Meyer], circa 1912
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)202 Montana Deaconess Hospital, location unknown, undated
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)203 Kuebler Gilbert General Contractors office, Browning, Montana, undated
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)204 Heavy equipment operation, Browning, Montana, undated
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)205 Snowy scene near Browning, Montana, undated
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)206 Snowy scene near Browning, Montana, undated
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)207 Snowy scene near Browning, Montana, undated
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)209 Snowy scene near Browning, Montana, undated
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)209 Joseph L. Sherburne Family home, undated
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)210 Joseph L. Sherburne Family, car trip, circa 1930s
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)211 Eula and Faithe Sherburne, circa 1914
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)212 Eula Sherburne and children, circa 1914
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)213 Faithe and Frederic Sherburne, circa 1915
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)214 Eula Sherburne, circa 1915
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)215 Sherburne children, circa 1915
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)216 Sherburne children, circa 1915
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)217 Sherburne children, circa 1915
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)218 Sherburne children, circa 1915
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)219 Eula Sherburne with children, circa 1913
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)220 Eula Sherburne with children, circa 1913
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)221 Sherburne children, circa 1915
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)222 Sherburne children, circa 1915
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)223 Sherburne children, circa 1915
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)224 Sherburne children, circa 1915
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)225 Sherburnes riding horses, undated
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)226 Sherburnes riding horses, undated
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)227 Sherburnes riding horses, undated
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)228 Sherburnes riding horses, undated
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)229 Faithe Sherburne, circa 1913
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)230 Eula and Faithe Sherburne, circa 1913
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)231 Eula and Frederic Sherburne, circa 1915
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)232 Eula Sherburne and children, circa 1912
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)233 Sherburne Family, car trip, circa 1915
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)234 Faithe Sherburne, circa 1915
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)235 Sherburne Family, circa 1915
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)236 Sherburne Family, circa 1915
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)237 Joseph L. Sherburne, circa 1915
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)238 Joseph L. Sherburne, circa 1915
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)239 Sherburne Family, undated
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)240 Sherburne Family, undated
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)241 Graduation ceremonies, Faithe Sherburne, circa 1930
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)242 Graduation ceremonies, Faithe Sherburne, circa 1930
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)243 Graduation ceremonies, Faithe Sherburne, circa 1930
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)244 Graduation ceremonies, Faithe Sherburne, circa 1930
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)245 Four unidentified people in a grass field, undated
Box
Neg 67(XXXIII)246 Unidentified building, unknown location (damaged negative), undated
Series XXXIV: Audio, 1954-1955
1.0 linear feet
This series contains 285 Edison Voicewriter discs, used for office dictation. They are in fragile condition and exact contents are unknown.
Volume
126 Edison Voicewriter Instructions, undated
126 Edison Voicewriter Discs, April 1954-March 1955
127 Edison Voicewriter Discs, March-December 1955

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Subjects

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the online catalog. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.

    • Family Names :
    • Sherburne family
      • Geographical Names :
      • Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.)
      • Glacier National Park (Mont.)
      • Ponca Indian Reservation (Okla.)
      • Subject Terms :
      • Banks and banking -- Montana--Browning
      • Banks and banking -- Washington (State)--Spokane
      • Blackfeet Indians
      • Dogs--War use
      • Funeral homes--Montana -- Browning
      • General stores--Montana --Babb
      • General stores--Montana --Browning
      • General stores--Montana --Glacier National Park
      • Indian reservations -- Montana
      • Indian reservations -- Oklahoma
      • Investments -- Montana
      • Land companies -- Montana
      • Livestock -- Montana.
      • Lumber trade--Montana -- Browning
      • Petroleum industry and trade--Montana
      • Public schools--Montana --Browning
      • Ranching -- Montana
      • Salvage (Waste, etc.) -- Montana--Glacier County
      • Telephone companies -- Montana--Browning
      • Trading posts--Montana -- Browning
      • Trading posts--Oklahoma --Ponca Indian Reservation
      • World War, 1939-1945
      • Form or Genre Terms :
      • Business records -- Montana--Babb
      • Business records -- Montana--Browning
      • Business records -- Montana--Glacier National Park
      • Business records -- Oklahoma--Ponca Indian Reservation
      • Family papers--Montana --Browning
      • Photographs
        • Occupations :
        • Businessmen--Montana --Browning
        • Businessmen--Oklahoma --Ponca Indian Reservation
        • Other Creators :
        • Arthur, Henry Howard, d. 1901
        • Arthur, Louise Lockley
        • Gibson, A. J. (Albert John), 1862-1928
        • Gibson, Maude Lockley, d. 1928
        • Grant, James
        • Lockley, Fred E.
        • Sherburne, Arthur
        • Sherburne, Betsy
        • Sherburne, Gertrude Lockley, d. 1935
        • Sherburne, Joseph
        • Sherburne, Joseph H., 1851-1938
        • Sherburne, Joseph Lockley, 1883-1955
        • Badger Creek Land & Livestock Co.
        • Blackfeet Lumber Company
        • Blackfeet Tribal Business Council
        • Blackfeet Tribe of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation
        • Browning (Mont.)
        • Browning Funeral Home (Browning, Mont.)
        • Federal Land Bank of Spokane
        • First National Bank of Browning
        • Sherburne Investment Company
        • Sherburne Mercantile Company (Browning, Mont.)
        • St. Mary's International Telephone Company (Browning, Mont.)
        • Swift Current Oil, Land & Power Company

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