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Guide to the Frank G. Meinhart photograph collection 1874 - circa 1930s
Repository: Montana Historical Society Research Center
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Summary: Frank G. Meinhart operated a sign painting business out of Butte, Montana, in the 1910s and 1920s. This collection consists of 181 photographic prints with views of Frank Meinhart and his family (91 prints) both in Butte, Montana, and Hamilton, Montana, as well as images of the Meinhart sign painting shop and signs created by the shop and others in the 1910s and 1920s advertising local and national businesses (87 prints). Images of painted advertisements include those on roadside boards and on buildings in downtown Butte, Montana, and Helena, Montana.
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Guide to the Frank Meinhart Family papers 1899-1963
Repository: Montana Historical Society Research Center
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Summary: Frank G. Meinhart, a Western artist who lived in Butte and Hamilton, Montana, owned and operated sign painting businesses, in each community. He a was a prolific painter of Western landscapes and Native American portraits. This collection consists of correspondence (1902-1963) regarding the Reinhart businesses, family, and friends (a large portion of the letters are from Joseph Maurice, a business partner in a Pleasant Valley, Montana, ranch); financial records (1899-1934), including scattered bills and a dues book for membership in the Brotherhood of Painters, Decorators and Papermanagers of America; legal documents (1902-1907), including a partnership agreement with and last will and testiment of Joseph Maurice, and the marriage certificate of Frank and Louise Espenschied Meinhart; miscellany (1915-1931, n.d.), including scattered records regarding his membership in the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks in Butte, and blanks forms and promotional materials from the sign painting business; and clippings (1930s-1940s). The collection also contains two small subgroups, one for Louis Espenscheid Meinhart consisting of correspondence and scattered financial records (1904-1963), and one for Russell Meinhart consisting of school records (1913-1914).
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Guide to Montana Historical Society Director's Office records 1951-2003
Repository: Montana Historical Society Research Center
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Summary: The Director is the administrative head of the Montana Historical Society. Records include a subgroup for the directors prior to 1975, and subgroups for each of the director's thereafter. Records include combined correspondence/subject files, financial records, legal documents, organizational records, press releases, printed material, reports, miscellany, and clippings. This is an on-going project.
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