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The North Central Judicial District recently welcomed Steven Nelson to fill the position of law clerk located in Minot.
(1ft/1r #14022) 10063 Nuessle Family Papers, 1903-1979 Personal and business correspondence of Judge William L. (9ft) 10064 Edwin James Taylor Papers, 1880s-1972 Papers of Edwin James Taylor, his wife Charlotte (Sterrett), and sons Herndon and Edwin Jr., as well as the papers of Mrs. The research materials provide information on cities and counties, churches, fur trade, Indians, military expeditions and forts, and transportation.
Hazel Paris Reid (sister of Edwin Taylor Jr.’s second wife Aldeen Paris [Welch] Taylor), and papers of Major James Hanley (whose daughter Lewista married Aldeen Paris’ brother Robert). Notebooks detail travel, activities, and accounts while conducting agency business.
Winship relating to personal and business affairs, newspaper clippings, notes, and a speech by Charles Cavileer. Boller Papers, 1853-1951 Fort Atkinson, IA; Mc Lean County, ND Letters from Boller to his relatives in Pennsylvania describing his trip to Fort Atkinson, his life there, and the Indians; correspondence with Elliott Couers, Washington Matthews, George Catlin and others concerning a revised edition of his book, (1868); a notebook of Hidatsa linguistic material, newspaper clippings concerning Boller’s book, and a diary. Dease Papers, 1867-1966 Genealogical information concerning the Dease family and early Pembina County settlers, family papers, photographs, printed material, correspondence, and a biography of Antoine Gingras.
The Reilly Luffsey murder trial records date from 1885 and consist of a court petition, trial transcript, and court docket entries. The periodicals contain articles regarding the life of the Marquis and ephemera of household goods leaflets, catalogs, a brand book, and travel brochures. (2.75ft) 10042 Alexander Mc Kenzie Papers, 1875-1890 Visitor’s register to the real estate office of Mc Kenzie and Holmes, letter book containing business correspondence dealing with the Bismarck Water Works, sale of Northern Pacific Railroad property, state and local politics, and a naturalization certificate. (1.25ft) 10069 Nina Farley Wishek Papers, 1923-1931 Manuscript entitled, “The Marquis de Mores and the North Dakota Badlands,” letters and notes relating to the Sully Expedition and stage lines in southern North Dakota, and poetry.
(.5ft and oversize) 10008 Mandan Creamery and Produce Company Records, 1933 Correspondence, reminiscences, and historical sketches relating to North Dakota submitted to the creamery as part of a history contest. Scrapbook contains clippings on the Marquis' activities while in Dakota kept by his wife, Medora.
Farmer, rancher, postmaster, and Register of Deeds.
(2ft) 10109 Richard Virgil Grace Papers, 1922-1947 Correspondence, literary manuscripts, scrapbooks, books, notes, newspaper clippings, and photographs.
He replaces Cathy Bacon, who recently retired after more than 20 years of service to the judges and referee in Unit 4.
Bismarck Tribune: "President Donald Trump has nominated Devils Lake attorney Daniel Traynor to succeed federal Judge Daniel Hovland.
Have fun all day at the carnival with over 30 rides and games.