Guide to the Kim Williams Papers
1940-1986

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Overview of the Collection

Creator: Williams, Kim, 1923-1986
Title: Kim Williams Papers
Dates: 1940-1986 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 12.75 linear feet
Collection Number: Mss 218
Summary: Kim Williams was a writer, naturalist, teacher, and radio commentator. Materials are divided into eight series: biographical information, diaries, general correspondence, financial records, speeches and writings, subject files, clippings and photographs.
Repository: University of Montana, Mansfield Library, Archives and Special Collections
Contact Information: Archives and Special Collections
Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
University of Montana
32 Campus Dr. #9936
59812-9936
Missoula, MT
Telephone: 406-243-2053
Fax: 406-243-4067
library.archives@umontana.edu
Languages: Materials are in English 
Sponsor: Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Biographical Note

Kim Williams was born Elizabeth Ardea Kandiko on September 21, 1923, in Hudson, New York, to Hungarian immigrant parents. Kim was the fourth of seven children (six girls and one boy), and grew up on a farm in Gallatin Township, New York. She graduated from Hudson High School in 1940, then attended Cornell University where she received a degree in human ecology--home economics, food, and nutrition--with a minor in botany, in 1944. After graduation she worked for a variety of publications, including a stint as a copy girl for the Los Angeles Examiner, and in New York at Flower Grower magazine. She also wrote poetry and about personal experiences.

She met and married Mel Williams in 1951. His career as a mining engineer took them to Santiago, Chile, where they lived for 20 years. While in Chile, Kim wrote numerous poems, plays, short stories, wrote a newspaper column, taught English at the Catholic University of Chile, and wrote and published two books: High Heels in the Andes and Wild Animals of Chile.

After Mel's retirement in 1971, they returned to his native state of Montana and settled in Missoula. An ardent convert of the women's movement, Kim returned to school and received her Master's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Montana in 1981. A Radio/TV class project evolved into a local radio show on plants. This, in turn, led to a ten-and-a-half year career as a commentator for National Public Radio's "All Things Considered" giving folksy advice and observations on herbs. She was the longest running guest commentator on NPR.

While in Missoula, she published two more books, Eating Wild Plants and Kim Williams' Book of Uncommon Sense: A Practical Guide With 10 Rules for Nearly Everything. She was an occasional instructor at the University of Montana, taught classes on edible wild plants, gave wild flower tours, and wrote a newspaper column for the Missoulian. Beneath her folksy humor was a message of greater importance, "I'm very serious about the fact we have to change our way of, living in order to live a more gentle way with the earth," she said. Kim was elected to serve on the 1974 City Government Study Commission, and ran unsuccessfully for a seat in the Montana House of Representatives in 1978.

After refusing any extraordinary measures to prolong her life, Kim Williams died of cancer on August 6, 1986. Her death was mourned nationwide, with commentaries in Time Magazine, the New Yorker, and numerous newspapers. The Kim Williams Trail along the Clark Fork River in Missoula, was named for her in 1987, and the Kim Williams Graduate Fellowship was begun to fund journalism students at The University of Montana.

Content Description

The collection contains material collected and produced by Kim Williams. Materials are divided into eight series: biographical information, diaries, general correspondence, financial records, speeches and writings, subject files, clippings and photographs. There is also a demo tape. The records include material related to living and traveling in South America and Europe, women, nutrition, botany and environmental issues.

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 not transferred to The University of Montana.

Preferred Citation :  

[Name of document or photograph number], Kim Williams Papers, Archives and Special Collections, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, The University of Montana--Missoula.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

The collection is divided into eight series:

Series I: Biographical Information, 1 folder, undated

Series II: Diaries, 0.5 linear feet, 1958-1970

Series III: General Correspondence, 1.0 linear feet, 1953-1986

Series IV: Financial Records, 1 folder, 1970-1978

Series V: Speeches and Writings, 6.5 linear feet, 1940-1986

Series VI: Subject Files, 4.5 linear feet, 1948-1986

Series VII: Clippings, 0.25 feet, 1969-1986

Series VIII: Photographs, 5 photographs, circa 1982

Custodial History :  

Materials in this collection remained with the Williams family until donation to the Archives shortly after Kim William's death in 1986.

Acquisition Information :  

Gift of Mel Williams, 1986.

Processing Note :  

The actions of the original processors are unknown. In December 1997, the collection was substantially rearranged and more thoroughly described. Five photographs of Kim Williams originally submitted with collection materials were incoporated inot the Archives general photograph collection during original processing. In 2003 these photographs were reintegrated into the manuscript collection and assigned new reference numbers reflecting this organization. General photograph collection numbers were retained for cross reference to original processing.

Separated Materials :  

A Cornerstone demonstration tape was transferred to the Oral History collection, and a book, Every Night at Five by Susan Stamberg, was transferred to the Mansfield Library general book collections.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Series I:  Biographical Information , undated
1 folder

This series consists of biographical data compiled by others. It includes profiles, poems and articles written by others about Kim, also vitae, resumes and obituaries from various local and national newspapers and magazines.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box/Folder
1/1 Biographical Information

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Series II:  Diaries , 1958-1970
0.5 linear feet

This series contains diaries written by Kim during her trips throughout Europe, South America and North America. They are a day-to-day, city-to-city and country-to-country account of her travels with her personal reflections on everything she encountered.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box/Folder
1/2 Trip to Europe 1958
1/3 Trip to Europe 1958-1968
1/4 Travels in Latin America 1962-1963
1/5 Travels in South America 1963-1965
1/6 Amazon to Florida 1963
1/7 Amazon Trip September 1963
1/8 Trip to Rupanco and Llifen December 1963
1/9 Month Trip Down South 1964-1965
1/10 Trip to Ecuador and U.S.A. 1965
1/11 Trip to Pirehueico February 1965
1/12 Rio-Montevideo B.A. July-August 1965
1/13 Christman 1965, Camp Trip, February 1966 Lake Catren
1/14 Trip to Rio Cardcas, U.S.A. 1968
1/15 U.S.A. 1970 August

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Series III:  General Correspondence , 1953-1986
1 linear feet

This series contains personal correspondence to and from Kim Williams. Most are addressed to Kim from friends, family and from Kim to same.

Arranged chronologically.
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box/Folder
2/1 1953-1965
2/2 1966-1967
2/3 1966-1968
2/4 1969-1971
2/5 1972-1973
2/6 1974
2/7 1975
2/8 1976
3/1 1977
3/2 1978
3/3 1979-1980
3/4 1981
3/5 1982-1984
3/6 1985-1986
3/7 undated

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Series IV:  Financial Records , 1970-1978
1 folder

This series contains cancelled checks from The Christian Science Monitor and a list of payments received for published works from various publications. The series also includes completed Montana Individual Income Tax Return forms for Mel and Kim Williams.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box/Folder
4/8 1970-1978

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Series V:  Speeches and Writings , 1940-1986
6.5 linear feet

This series contains Williams's published and unpublished writings such as: poems, newspaper columns, magazine articles, plays, skits, letters to the editor and lectures. It also contains thoughts, notes, drafts and outlines used by Williams in the production of her written material also the submission requests and rejection slips generated to and from publishers. There is also a set of material used on her radio spot on National Public Radio and a transcript of an interview Williams gave to KUTV, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1980. The speeches and writings are kept in the same order and given the same headings as they had been organized and labeled by Kim herself.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box/Folder
4/1 Aging ca. 1980
4/2 Environment 1978-1982
4/3 Food undated
4/4 Food, Clothes, Money, Meeting People 1985
4/5 Staff Training: Food and Nutrition 1979
4/6 Good Old Days undated
4/7 Indians 1967-1968
4/8 My Frugal Life undated
4/9 Religion 1959-1963
5/1 Children's Book/Poetry 1969
5/2 Children's Stories undated
5/3 Froni Stories undated
5/4 Journalism 505 - Editorials 1978
5/5 Letters to the Editor 1973-1982
5/6 Montana Institute of the Arts -Published Poems 1972-1974
5/7 Prose ca. 1974
5/8 Student Papers Summer Quarter 1981
6/1 Apollo Where The Goddammed Hell Are You? Companion undated
6/2 Beginning of Book 1981-1986
6/3 Dawn Lover 1977
6/4 Juan's Big Day undated
6/5 Laugh Like Momma undated
6/6 Lena, Roger undated
6/7 Michael undated
6/8 Out of the Nest undated
6/9 The Playboy and the Prune from Vermont undated
6/10 Viking Man, Safari undated
6/11 With Flying Banners, Pt I undated
6/12 With Flying Banners, Pt II undated
7/1 Book Critiques undated
7/2 Beth Version, California-Beginning undated
7/3 Leftover--New York undated
7/4 Chunk 1, Corrections/Inserts 1985
7/5 Family/Living Together, Sec VI undated
7/6 Full Moon On Monument Mountain undated
7/7 Health 1984
7/8 Lisa Version, California-Beginning undated
7/9 Los Angeles 1944
7/10 Marriage/Sex/Aging/Death/Religion undated
7/11 Original End of Book--Vince undated
7/12 Politics--End of Book undated
7/13 Surviving--Section XIII 1984
7/14 Tragedy Notes, Niece, Young Adult Book 1984
7/15 Vince - End of Book, Copy 3 undated
7/16 Wonder/Nature/undated
8/1 Complete set of NPR material 1967-1978
8/2 Complete set of NPR material 1978
8/3 Complete set of NPR material 1979
8/4 Complete set of NPR material 1980-1981
8/5 Complete set of NPR material 1982-1985
8/6 Used on NPR 1982-1986
8/7 Alder Syndicated Features News Release 1978-1979
8/8 Book tour 1985-1986
8/9 Interview: KUTV Salt Lake City, Utah 1980
8/10 Lectures 1967-1983
8/11 Published magazine articles and Arthur Eddy Publicity job writings 1945-1946
9/1 Spring, 1978-1985
9/2 Spring, 1978-1984
9/3 Summer, 1974-1982
9/4 August, 1974/Summer, 1985
9/5 September, 1976-1984
9/6 Autumn, 1974-1986
9/7 Fall, 1976-1981
9/8 November, 1982-1986
9/9 Christmas, 1980-1985
9/10 Winter, 1978-1984
10/1 Poetry 1963-1980
10/2 Poetry 1968-1981
10/3 Poetry 1972-1980
10/4 Poems "Glow Rainbow" Manuscript undated
10/5 Winter poems 1973
10/6 Fall poems 1973
10/7 Spring poems 1963-1972
10/8 Book of poems #1 1963-1971
10/9 Book of poems #2 "I Sing the Living" 1971
10/10 Poetry 1969-1980
10/11 Poetry class undated
10/12 Poems - Cut Bank 10-25-1981
10/13 Published Poetry 1970-1974
10/14 Criticisms of poems, rejection slips 1971-1981
10/15 Poetry - New Republic 1979-1981
10/16 Old poetry from the years in Chile. A chronicle of a life in poetry 1959-1973
10/17 Poetry - Harper's 3-1-1980, 10-25-1980
10/18 Poetry "Square" 1945-1971
11/1 Poetry 1940-1957
11/2 Poetry 1957-1969
11/3 Poetry - South American Strong Ballads 1968-1970
11/4 Poems, Miscellaneous 1958-1981
11/5 Peace Poem 1983
11/6 Mortality Poem 1981
12/1 Autobiography - Book Correspondence, Miscellaneous 1975-1982
12/2 Autobiography Manuscript - "I Plucked a Wild Rose and Put it in My Hair" Chap. 1 undated
12/3 Autobiography Manuscript - Chapter 2 undated
12/4 Autobiography Manuscript- Chapter 3 undated
12/5 Autobiography Manuscript - Chapter 4 undated
12/6 Autobiography Manuscript - Chapter 5 undated
12/7 Autobiography Manuscript - Chapter 6 undated
12/8 Autobiography Manuscript - Chapter 7 undated
12/9 Autobiography Manuscript - Chapter 8 undated
12/10 Autobiography Manuscript - Chapter 9 undated
12/11 Autobiography Manuscript - Chapter 10 undated
12/12 Autobiography Manuscript - Chapter 11 undated
12/13 Autobiography Manuscript- End undated
12/14 Autobiography Manuscript - Notes for Book undated
12/15 Autobiography Manuscript - Version: Vince, Lena, Cancer 1982
12/16 Autobiography Manuscript- Original (Redone) undated
13/1 Play: "Fauncey's Fancy" undated
13/2 Xmas etc. Skits undated
13/3 "The Voodoo Queen of Vassar" - play in one act undated
13/4 "Things" a one-act play undated
13/5 "Weekend at Portillo" - play in 3 acts undated
13/6 "The Nightingale Sings" - Drama undated
13/7 "Midnight Pink" - Play 1973-1975
13/8 "North End of Powell County" - Play undated
13/9 Plays: "Things/Shuffle the Cards" undated
13/10 Unfinished Plays undated
14/1 "Thirty Days In A Tent And The House Rented Out" undated
14/2 Your Liver Or Your Life ("You may take this literally") undated
14/3 Farm Weekends Can be Fatal undated
14/4 "The Wild Animals of Chile" undated
14/5 "The Chungungo Lives in Chile" 1972
14/6 Chilean Flowers undated
14/7 Novel - "No Chili in Chile" 1972
14/8 3 Chapter Ones - Amazon undated
14/9 "Across Paraguay By Bus" undated
14/10 Proposed Book: "Down the Amazon on a Sandbar and Other Benighted Adventures in the South American Wilderness of a New York Secretary Married to the Last of the Mountain Men" 1973
14/11 Reference Notes for Amazon Trip - Beginnings undated
14/12 "Lucy!" I Screamed, chap 1 & 2 undated
14/13 "To Marry a Mountain Man or We Retired in the Andes Mountains" undated
14/14 Complete Manuscript - Down Amazon - Manaus, Belem undated
14/15 Chilean Anecdotes 1965-1966
14/16 How to Survive Your Latin American Tour - Info 1968
14/17 Chilean Chapters and Short Pieces 1959-1983
14/18 Goat for Xmas - Long Version 1981
14/19 Advice and Conversation - Missoulian 1984-1985
14/20 Advice and Conversation - Missoulian 1982-1986
14/21 Advice and Conversation - Missoulian 1985-1986
15/1 "I Am Not a Llama" Manuscript 1968
15/2 Miscellaneous Writings on "Lucy" undated
15/3 Miscellaneous Writings on "Lucy" undated
15/4 "Tidbits" Column û Missoulian 1975
15/5 "Tidbits" Column û Missoulian 1976
15/6 "Tidbits" Column û Missoulian 1977
15/7 "Tidbits" Column - Missoulian 1978
15/8 "Tidbits" Column û Missoulian 1979
15/9 "Tidbits" Column û Missoulian 1980
15/10 "Tidbits" Column û Missoulian 1981
15/11 "Kim's Corner" Column - The Montana Standard 1974-1979
16/1 Miscellaneous Short Pieces - Handwritten undated
16/2 Miscellaneous Short Pieces - Typed 1983-1985
16/3 Miscellaneous Longer Pieces - Handwritten 1977-1981
16/4 Miscellaneous Longer Pieces - Typed 1979-1984
16/5 Miscellaneous 1960-1978
16/6 Miscellaneous 1981-1982
16/7 Miscellaneous 1974-1984
16/8 Poetry and Miscellaneous Writings 1979-1985
17/1 Miscellaneous Writings and Poetry 1945-1950
17/2 Miscellaneous 1979-1981
17/3 Miscellaneous 1977-1980
17/4 Miscellaneous ca. 1977
17/5 Miscellaneous ca. 1978
17/6 Columns - The South Pacific Mail Dec. 1961-1962
17/7 Columns - The South Pacific Mail 1963
17/8 Columns - The South Pacific Mail 1964
17/9 Columns - The South Pacific Mail 1965
17/10 Columns - The South Pacific Mail 1966

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Series VI:  Subject Files , 1948-1986
4.5 linear feet

This series contains the reference files on various subjects kept by Williams to aid her in her writings on plant identification, herbs, religion, death and dying and environmental issues etc. These files also aided her in teaching her class on edible wild plants, her NPR radio spot, newspaper articles, all of which helped to convey to the world her philosophy of human ecology. The subject files are kept in the same order and given the same headings as they had been organized and labeled by Kim herself.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box/Folder
18/1 Adobe Houses, Grass on Roof, Corn on Roof, Chile - dried onions on roof undated
18/2 Anthropology, what worked in the past 1984-1986
18/3 Ants to Horseradish - Food etc. that starts with A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H 1976-1982
18/4 Back pack equipment 1982
18/5 Beats, Zen, Indian philosophy, Mysticism 1972-1985
18/6 Bibliographies on plants undated
18/7 Bobbi Renz - Cornerstone - Ohio 1980-1984
18/8 Butte or Tidbits - Old but some day undated
18/9 Botany, miscellaneous undated
18/10 Bushwhackers - Underground House 1977
18/11 Chilean plants and flowers undated
18/12 Chokecherry, servisberry, elderberry, huckleberry, Oregon grape 1981-1985
18/13 Classes - Edible wild plants/Herb walk with Kim Williams 1973-1983
18/14 Colds 1981-1983
18/15 Creative Writing 1974-1981
18/16 "Cornerstone" 1983
19/1 Dandelion articles 1980
19/2 Death 1983-1984
19/3 Miscellaneous Diet, Marriage, Poisons 1979-1983
19/4 Doctors - Think new ways about health 1979-1985
19/5 Coffee undated
19/6 Crab apple 1975-1979
19/7 Dried food 1980
19/8 Don't be an Effete Aesthete 1968-1985
19/9 Eating wild plants - Book PR 1977-1984
19/10 Eat Squash undated
19/11 Ecology, miscellaneous 1981-1984
19/12 Edible Wild Plants Book/Recipes 1983-1984
19/13 Edible Wild Plants Class 1982-1986
19/14 Edible Wild Plants undated
19/15 Financial and Contract - Mountain Press 1977-1986
19/16 Food 1973-1983
19/17 Food - Breakfast 1972
20/1 Food - Diet - Sugar 1982-1983
20/2 Food - Ethnic recipes, miscellaneous recipes undated
20/3 The Good Food Store 1984-1985
20/4 Food, Great Aunt Ida, Soup and Coffee and Hot Water no ice 1983
20/5 Food; honey, yogurt, wheat, sprouting, tofu, vegetables 1976
20/6 Food; seeds, nuts, protein (non-meat), yogurt, salad bar 1978
20/7 Foreign info undated
20/8 For new book PR and Pictures, old PR 1975-1986
20/9 From NPR file 1977-1981
20/10 Fruit - Jam - Jelly 1977-1980
20/11 Greens - Jerusalem Artichokes - Cook with Flowers 1974-1982
20/12 Grizzly Bears and Wolves 1983-1985
20/13 Have a Group 1973-1985
20/14 Herbs 1975-1982
20/15 Hernia Experience - Health File 1982
20/16 Hiking Trails, Glacier Park, Rattlesnake 1983
20/17 History of NPR Book - Query and Outline and Rejections 1979-1985
20/18 Honors and Career 1971-1975
20/19 UM master's program enrollment papers 1973-1982
21/1 I'm OK Jan. 15, 1974
21/2 Kale to Root beer - Food etc. that start with K, L, M, N
21/3 O, P, Q, R ca. 1979
21/3 Live on Small Income - Surviving undated
21/4 Live With/Extended Households 1980-1986
21/5 Living Low-Key on Land -- Gary Snyder Conference 1978-1985
21/6 Magazine Writing - Journalism 333 1980
21/7 Markets for Short Pieces 1980
21/8 Married Couple: RETIRED leads to non-stop bickering: one has to leave the house and DO undated
21/9 Media Releases/Feature Article 1983-1984
21/10 Miscellaneous Medical Writings 1980-1984
21/11 Mom undated
21/12 Montana Gerontology Society 1983
21/13 Mushrooms 1975-1985
21/14 Myth of Over-Population 1970-1971
21/15 Naturalist Tidbits for any Season 1971-1982
21/16 NPR Book - Fun! A Good Laugh is Worth 10$ 1975-1983
21/17 New York etc. Short Pieces out and Markets 1984-1985
21/18 New York 1948-1952
21/19 Non-Controversial food and Lifestyle 1974-1979
22/1 Syndicate - A&M Book Company 1972-1983
22/2 Nutrition undated
22/3 Organic Gardening, April 1983
22/4 Poisonous Plants undated
22/5 Politics 1980-1984
22/6 Recipes 1980-1985
22/7 Recognize the Fascist Streak in all of Us 1968-1985
22/8 Rejection Letters, Writing Agent Files & Nettie File 1958-1969
22/9 Risk Taking 1984
22/10 Rose Hips 1978-1982
22/11 Rowe Conference Center, Brockport Foundation: Lecture info. 1978-1985
22/12 Seaweed, Soybeans, and other foods that start with S 1976-1984
22/13 Self-Care undated
22/14 Student's Poems 1980
22/15 Specific Ailments 1976-1981
22/16 Spokane Newspaper - 3 Columns on Health - Recipes 1983
22/17 Stress is OK, it gets things done 1983-1986
22/18 Survive Without Doctors 1976-1985
23/1 Recipes undated
23/2 Recipes: Bread, Trail, Sourdough, Jerky 1977
23/3 Roots undated
23/4 Survive Without Supermarkets 1980-1986
23/5 Teaching undated
23/6 Tidbits File 1979-1985
23/7 Unemployment Related Papers 1975-1981
23/8 Uruguay, Peru, Paraguay, Bolivia 1960-1970
23/9 Use Parts in Book 5 1983-1986
23/10 Vitamins and Minerals undated
23/11 Voluntary Simplicity 1977-1978
23/12 We Need Religion 1982-1985
23/13 Wildflowers 1982-1986
23/14 Wildflower Material 1974
23/15 Wildflower Trails 1975-1984
23/16 Women 1966-1985
23/17 Work on Serious - Book # 5 1974-1985
23/18 Yearn for Kennedy Leader 1980-1986
24/1 But Women Have Their Ways, and other Latin American Material 1962-1969
24/2 Chile Animal Info 1963
24/3 Chile, Humor undated
24/4 Chilean Wilderness Articles undated
24/5 Lucky, Lucky Me - Latin America 1969
25/1 Galley Proofs - Book of Uncommon Sense

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Series VII:  Clippings , 1969-1986
0.25 feet

This series contains clippings from North and South American newspapers and magazines. It is split in to two folders: By Kim Williams and About Kim Williams.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box/Folder
24/6 By Kim Williams 1968-1979
24/7 About Kim Williams 1971-1986

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Series VIII:  Photographs, circa 1982
23 photographs

This series contains photographs of Kim Williams outdoors, with friends, promotional shots, and at the KUFM studio. Also included is one photograph of Mel Williams, Kim's husband.

Description
Dates
218(VIII):1: Kim Williams circa 1982
218 (VIII):2: Kim Williams with Peg Donahue, Kathleen Halde, Vicki Pontious circa 1982
218 (VIII):3: Kim Williams with John Tisdale, KUFM circa 1982
218 (VIII):4: Kim Williams circa 1982
218 (VIII):5: Kim Williams circa 1982
218(VIII):6: Kim Williams leading a group circa 1982
218(VIII):7: Kim Williams leading a group circa 1982
218(VIII):8: Kim Williams leading a group circa 1982
218(VIII):9: Kim Williams leading a group circa 1982
218(VIII):10: Kim Williams undated
218(VIII):11: Kim Williams, Aber Day 1982
218(VIII):12: Kim Williams, Aber Day 1982
218(VIII):13: Kim Williams (slide) undated
218(VIII):14: Kim Williams (slide) undated
218(VIII):15: Kim Williams circa 1982
218(VIII):16: Kim Williams circa 1982
218(VIII):17: Kim Williams, National Public Radio publicity shot circa 1982
218(VIII):18: Kim Williams undated
218(VIII):19: Kim Williams undated
218(VIII):20: Kim Williams undated
218(VIII):21: Kim Williams, Great Falls Tribune photograph circa 1982
218(VIII):22: Kim Williams, Great Falls Tribune photograph circa 1982
218(VIII):23: Mel Williams undated

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Subjects

  • Occupations :
  • Radio journalists--Montana--Missoula
  • Women authors, American--Chile
  • Women authors, American--Montana--Missoula
  • Women environmentalists
  • Women naturalists
  • Women nutritionists
  • Women travelers--Europe
  • Women travelers--South America
  • Subject Terms :
  • Americans--Chile
  • Americans--Europe
  • Americans--South America
  • Botany
  • Human ecology
  • Hungarian Americans--Montana--Missoula
  • Nutrition
  • Wild plants, Edible
  • Women
  • Women in radio broadcasting--Montana--Missoula
  • Geographical Names :
  • Europe--Description and travel
  • South America--Description and travel
  • Corporate Names :
  • National Public Radio (U.S.)
  • University of Montana--Missoula--Alumni and alumnae

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