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  • The A. Russell Mortensen Papers (1830-1996) consist of the personal and professional papers of Mortensen (b. 1911), a teacher, administrator, and editor. Included are correspondence, reports, manuscripts, articles, and materials resulting from Mortensen's years as editor of American West magazine.; Boxes 1-43 were donated in 1972 (18 lin. ft.). Boxes 44-47 were donated in 1982 (2 lin. ft.). Boxes 48-57 were donated in 1993 and 1996 (5 lin. ft.).; Biographical Sketch; I. CORRESPONDENCE; Correspondence - Personal and General; Biggers, Connie; ____, Alice; Mortensen, Arlington Peter; Mortensen, A. David; Mortensen, Lars H. and Leone; Jones, Mary Burnham; Naval Reserve Security Group; "A" Miscellaneous; Bailey, Paul; Brandon, William; Brodie, Fawn McKay; Brooks, Juanita; "B" Miscellaneous; Carpenter, Edwin H., Jr.; Caughey, John W.; Crist, Clifford; "C" Miscellaneous; "D" Miscellaneous; Eubanks, Ronnie; Fancher, John K.; "F" Miscellaneous; Galbraith, John S.; Holmes, Louis A.; "H" Miscellaneous; Jones, Daniel W.; "J" Miscellaneous; "K" Miscellaneous; Lambert, Asael Carlyle; Larson, Gustive 0.; Lee, Ettie; Lee, J. Bracken; Lord, Clifford; "L" Miscellaneous; Mulder, William; "M" Miscellaneous; Newton, Earle W.; Olson, Barton C.; "P" Miscellaneous; "R" Miscellaneous; "S" Miscellaneous; Toole, K. Ross; "T" Miscellaneous; Utley, Robert M.; "W - Z" Miscellaneous; Unidentified; II. PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS AND APPLICATIONS; Professional Positions and Applications; Fullbright Lectureship; Museum of New Mexico; Nebraska State Historical Society; Northern Michigan University; San Fernando Valley College; University of Alabama; University of Utah; Utah Department of Natural Resources; Wisconsin State Historical Society; Recommendations by A. Russell Mortensen; III. ORGANIZATIONS; Organizations: American Association for State and Local History; General Correspondence; "American Showcase" Project; Montana State Historical Society; Joint Committee for the Defense of the Rights of Historians under the First Amendment; Annual Meetings; Council; Executive Committee; Director Selection; Director's Annual Report; Progress Reports; Financial Records; Constitution and By-laws Revision Committee; Federal History Programs Committee; Organizations: American Association for State and Local History, American Heritage; Publications Committee, and Research and Publication Committee; Seminars on Administration; Correspondence about the American Heritage and McGraw-Hill Merger; Merger Meegings and Corporate Income Statements; Annual Reports and Catalogues; Organizations: Daughters of Utah Pioneers, University of Utah; Daughters of Utah Pioneers; United States Information Service; Academic Advisory Committee; Phi Alpha Theta; Promotions Advisory Committee; Promotions Advisory Committee; Promotions Advisory Committee; Promotions Advisory Committee; Promotions Advisory Committee; Sabbatical Leave Committee; University of Utah Press; Utah and the West Workshop; Western History Center; Western History Center; Western History Center; Western History Center; Western History Center; Western History Center; Western History Center; Golden Spike Symposium; Organizations; Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters; Utah Historic Sites Survey Committee; Utah Pioneer Memorial Foundation; Utah State Historical Society; Utah State Historical Society; Utah State Historical Society; Utah Westerners Club; Western History Association; Western History Association; Western History Association; World Conference on Records; IV. MANUSCRIPTS, ARTICLES AND PUBLICATION INFORMATION; Manuscripts, Articles and Publication Information; A. Russell Mortensen; A. Russell Mortensen; A. Russell Mortensen; A. Russell Mortensen; A. Russell Mortensen; A. Russell Mortensen; A. Russell Mortensen; Bush, Alfred L. and Klaus J. Hansen; Clegg, Rue; Crampton, C. Gregory; Ivins, Stanley S.; Woodbury, Angus M.; V. AMONG THE MORMONS; Among the Mormons; Correspondence; Permissions; Final Draft; Among the Mormons; Final Draft; Final Draft; Cut-and-Paste Draft; Among the Mormons; Outline; Front Pages and Notes; "Contents"; "Forward" and "Prologue"; "Genesis"; "Exodus"; "Chronicles and Judges"; Among the Mormons; "Chronicles and Judges"; "Lamentations"; Among the Mormons; Bolton, Herbert E.; Bowles, Samuel; Brocchus, Perry E. and B. D. Harris; Burton, Richard F. (Sir); Carvalho, S. N.; Chislett, John; Comstock, Sarah; Coyner, J.M.; Devoto, Bernard; Dickens, Charles; Dixon, William Hepworth; Drummond, W. W. (Judge); Edinburgh Review; Hafen, Mary Ann; Fenn, Lucius; Graham, Stephen; Grant, Jedediah M.; Greeley, Horace; Kane, Sarah Wood; Kane, Thomas L.; Ludlow, Fitz Hugh; Mather, Frederick G.; Merriam, Florence A.; Millennial Star; Missouri Intelligencer and Boone's Lick Advertiser.; Morgan, Dale L.; Mowry, Sylvester; Quincy, Josiah; Remy, Jules and Julius Brenchley; Robinson, Phil; Stansbury, Howard; Taylor, Samuel W.; Towle, Nancy; Tracy, Albert; Tullidge, Edward W.; Tuttle, D. S.; Varian, Charles S.; Young, Brigham; Among the Mormons; Antrim, Doron K.; Baker, Roy Stannard; Bancroft Library; Bandel, Eugene; Begbie, Harold; Bonwick, James; Chandler, Tertius; Clark, John A.; Clark, J. Reuben; Cooke, P. St. George; Cooke, P. St. George; Dabadie, F.; DeCotton, L.; DeSmet, Pierre-Jean; Dutton, C. E.; English, Richard; Faithfull, Emily; Gerould, Katharine Fullerton; Gold Rush Letters; Greeley, Horace; Gripenberg, Alexandra; Gunnison, J.W.; Gunther, John; Hardy, Iza Duffers; Harris, Sarah Hollister; Hobbs, Clarissa Emily Gear; Ingersoll, Ernest; Littell, Ellakim; Martin, Harold H.; McCarthy, Justin; Melish, John Howard; Millennial Star; Millennial Star; Millennial Star; Minturn, William; Morgan, Dale L.; Morgan, Dale L.; New York Times; New York Times; Among the Mormons; Pond, J. B. (Major); Preston, William C.; Prior, Samuel A.; Rae, W. F.; Richards, Claude; Roberts, Edwards; Rumfield, Hiram S.; Rusling, James F.; Smythe, William E.; Stegner, Wallace; Stegner, Wallace; Strickland, W. P., Editor; Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine; Ute Indians; Wolfe, Thomas; Young, Brigham; VI. AMERICAN WEST; American West: Business; Utah Advertising Artists Association, Awards; History of the Magazine; Billington Survey Letters; Permanent Binding; Christmas Cards; Cross Reference Sheets; Initial Establishment; Reports; Authors' Payments; Production Costs; Accounting; Plans and Projections; Budget and Expenses; Anticipated Cash Position; Balance Sheets; Photo Blue; Printing Stock and Envelopes; Shipping and Billing; Agreement; Copyrights; Mailing Permits; American West: Business; Articles and Author Possibilities; Article Inventories; Deseret News Press; Editorial Board; Graphics; Informational Guides; Schedules and Information; Staff Memorandums; Style; Bannon, John Francis, S. J., Editorial Board; Crampton, c. Gregory, Associate Editor; Eddington, Keith, Art Editor; Henderson, Alan, Lane Book Company; Johnson, Lou, Lane Book Company; Lane, L.W., Jr., Lane Book Company; Lane, M. B., Land Book Company; Osborne, Lewis D., Production Manager; American West: Business; Pfeiffer, George III; Advertising Inquiries; Advertising Materials; Book Offers; Exchange Copies; Introductory Letters; Publicity; Publishers; Sponsoring Members; Subscriptions; American West: Business; Alaskan Supplement; Book Notices; Book Reviewer Information; Book Sections; "Chips from the Woodpile"; Events Information; "Greeting and Challenge"; Letters to the Editor; Reprinting; Correspondence; Wells Fargo Bank; Stock; Stockholders Meetings; Stockholders Meetings; American West: Business; Board of Directors; Articles of Incorporation; By-laws; Information; Agreement; Controversy; American West: Published Articles and Correspondence (Adams to Benson); Adams, Ramon; Adler, Jacob; American Museum in Britain; Anderson, Bryce W.; Arrington, Leonard; Athearn, Robert G.; Atherton, Lewis; "A" Considerations; "A" Publishers; "A" Rejections; "A" Miscellaneous Correspondence; Babcock, C. Merton; Bailey, Paul D.; Ball, Eve; Bartlett, Richard A.; Barton, John H.; Beach, Frank; Beck, Robert E.; Beck, Warren A.; Becker, Robert H.; Beebe, Lucius; Bell, William Gardner; Belous, Russel E. and Robert A. Weinstein; Bennett, T. Ralph; Bennett, Wallace F.; Benson, Richard M.; American West: Published Articles and Correspondence (Billington - Brandon); Billington, Ray Allen; Bingham, Edward R.; Bloom, John Porter; Blum, Albert A.; Bode, Winston; Boe, Margaret; Bomberger, Bruce; Boorstin, Daniel J.; Bosworth, J. Allan; Brand, Donald D.; Brandon, William; American West: Published Articles and Correspondence (Bronson to Davison); Bronson, William; Brooks, Juanita; Brown, William E.; Buchanan, Barbara Wood; Burt, Olive W.; Burton, Laurence, J.; Bye, John O.; "B" Considerations; "B" Publishers; "B" Rejections; "B" Miscellaneous Correspondence; Cannon, Walter F.; Carpenter, Edwin H.; Carstensen, Vernon; Carter, Harvey L.; Caughey, John W.; Cave, Alfred A.; Cawelti, John G.; Chelland, Patrick; Clark, Ella E.; Clark, Walter Van Tilburg; Clegg, Charles M.; Collins, Dabney Otis; Cooley, Everett L.; Copeman, Lloyd Berger; Cracroft, Richard H.; Culmsee, Carlton; Cummins, Cedric; Curtis, K. D.; Cutler, Donald C.; "C" Considerations; "C" Publishers; "C" Rejections; "C" Miscellaneous Correspondence; Dahl, Victor C.; Danker, Donald F.; Danson, Edward B.; Davis, William Newell, Jr.; Davison, Stanley R.; American West: Published Articles and Correspondence (DeArmond to "E"); DeArmond, R. N.; Dentzel, Carl S.; DeGolyer, Everett L.; DeRyke, Delores; Dethloff, Henry C.; Dick, Everett; Dillon, Richard H.; Dobie, J. Frank; Drago, Harry Sinclair; Duncan, Kunigunde; Durham, Phillip and Everett L. Jones; Dusenberry, William H.; "D" Considerations; "D" Publishers; "D" Rejections; "D" Miscellaneous Correspondence; Edmonds, D. H.; Edmonds, James E.; Ege, Robert J.; Elazar, Daniel J.; Eldridge, Paul R.; Erdman, Loula Grace; Euler, Robert C.; Ewers, John C.; "E" Considerations; "E" Publishers; "E" Rejections; "E" Miscellaneous Correspondence; American West: Published Articles and Correspondence (Farquhar to Gilpin); Farquhar, Francis P.; Faulk, Odie B.; Fidler, Vera; Fielder, Margaret; Fife, Austin E.; Fireman, Bert M.; Firfires, Nicholas S.; Floor, Emanuel A.; Folkman, David I., Jr.; Forbes, Jack D.; Forrest, Earle R.; Frantz, Joe B.; Fronval, George; Frost, Lawrence A.; Fry, John Jay; Fussell, Edwin; "F" Considerations; "F" Publishers; "F" Rejections; "F" Miscellaneous Correspondence; Gerald, Rex E.; Gibson, A. M.; Gilcrease Institute; Gilpin, Laura; American West: Published Articles and Correspondence (Goetzman to Hoebel); Goetzman, William H.; Gordon, Dudley; Granberg, W. J.; Grate, Robert L. and Frances H.; Graves, John; Gressley, Gene M.; Grimstad, Bill; Grisso, W. D.; Grove, Fred; Gurian, Jay; Guthrie, A. B.; "G" Considerations; "G" Publishers; "G" Rejections; "G" Miscellaneous Correspondence; Hafen, Leroy R.; Haines, Francis; Hammond, George P.; Hanna, Archibald, Jr.; Harris, Ethel; Hart, James D.; Haseltine, James L.; Haury, Emil; Haynes, Bess; Heald, Weldon F.; Held, Spence; Hertzog, Carl; Hess, Chester N.; Hiaring, Philip; Higgins, F. Hal; Hilsher, Herb; Hine, Robert V.; Hinckley, Ted C.; Hindle, Brooke; Hitchman, Robert; Hochmuth, C. A.; Hoebel, E. Adamson; American West: Published Articles and Correspondence (Holliday to "I"); Holliday J. S.; Holliday, W. J., Jr.; Hollon, Eugene; Holmes, Kenneth; Homsher, Lola M.; Hoopes, Alban M.; Hosmer, Helen; Howard, Robert West; Hunt, Aurora; Hunt, John Clark; Hunter, (Mrs.) S. M.; Hutchinson, W. H.; Huth, Hans; "H" Considerations; "H" Publishers; "H" Rejections; "H" Miscellaneous Correspondence; Ives, Ronald L.; "I" Publishers; American West: Published Articles and Correspondence (Jackson - "K"); Jackson, Donald; Jackson W. Turrentine; Jacobs, Wilbur R.; James, Eleanore; James, Rebecca Salisbury; Jenkins, John W.; Johansen, Dorothy O.; Johnson, Elden; Jones, Nard; Jones, Oakah L., Jr.; Joseph, Robert; Josephy, Alvin M., Jr.; "J" Publishers; "J" Rejections; "J" Miscellaneous Correspondence; Keithahan, E. L.; Kemble, John Haskell; Kennedy, Michael Stephen; King, David S.; Klebingat, Fred K.; Knopf, Alfred A.; Kubicek, Earl C.; "K" Considerations; "K" Publishers; "K" Rejections; "K" Miscellaneous Correspondence; American West: Published Articles and Correspondence (Lamar to Moorman); Lamar, Howard R.; Lambert, Neal; Larson, Robert W.; Lavender, David; Lea, Tom; Lee, Rebecca Lawrence; Leigh-Hunt, Mary Bruce; LeRoy, Bruce; Library for the Blind; Loeffelbein, Bob; Longacre, Myrtle; Loomis, Noel; Loos, John; Lucki, Emil; Lurie, Nancy; Lustburg, Arthur; Lyon, William H.; Lytton Museum; "L" Considerations; "L" Publishers; "L" Rejections; "L" Miscellaneous Correspondence; McCormick, Robert V.; McDermott, John D.; McNitt, Frank; Mahood, Ruth I.; Malach, Roman; Mann, E. B.; Manno, Francis J.; Marder, Lou; Marshall, George; Marston, Otis "Dock"; Mattes, Merrill J.; Mercer, Flora; Mersfelder, L.C.; Miller, Nyle; Milton, John; Mineral Information Service; Minion, John A.; Minor, Nono; Moorehead, Max; Moorman, Donald R.; American West: Published Articles and Correspondence (Morgan to Oliver); Morgan, Charles; Morgan, Dale L.; Morgan, Neil; Moss, Frank E.; Murbarger, Nell; Murray, Robert B.; Muth, W. Franklin; Myers, Tom; Myrick, David F.; "M" Considerations; "M" Publishers; "M" Rejections; "M" Miscellaneous Correspondence; Nagel, Gunther W.; Nance, Joseph Milton; Nasatir, A. P.; Nash, Gerald; Neil, William M.; Nestor, Robert; Nicoll, Bruce H.; Nunis, Doyce B., Jr.; "N" Considerations; "N" Publishers; "N" Rejections; "N" Miscellaneous Correspondence; Oates, Stephen B.; Odendahl, Eric; Oliver, Edith Patten; Oliver, Ruth Koerner; American West: Published Articles and Correspondence (Olmstead to "Q"); Olmstead, Maxine; Olmstead, Roger R.; Olson, James C.; Oppenheimer, Evelyn; Orlob, Helen; "O" Considerations; "O" Publishers; "O" Rejections; "O" Miscellaneous Correspondence; Parker, Watson; Pattie, Jane; Paul, Jan S.; Peterson, Walter F.; Pittman, George H.; Pomeroy, Earl; Porter, Keith Wiggins; Porter, Stephen C.; Powell, Philip W.; Pyles, Lida W.; "P" Considerations; "P" Publishers; "P" Rejections; "P" Miscellaneous Correspondence; Quinn, Robert M.; "Q" Miscellaneous Correspondence; American West: Published Articles and Correspondence (Record - "R"); Record, Wilson; Reed, Eric; Reinhardt, Richard; Reiseberg, Harry E.; Richardson, Elmo R.; Richmond, Robert W.; Rickey, Don, Jr.; Ridge, Martin; Risvold, Floyd E.; Roark, Mary Kathleen; Robbins, Lance; Roberts, Paul H.; Roberts, Russell A.; Robinson, Cecil; Roe, Frank Gilbert; Rogan, Francis E.; Rogers, Fred B.; Rojas, Arnold; Rolle, Andrew F.; Rossi, Paul A.; Rudy, Jack R.; Rundell, Walter; Russell, Don; Rusho, W. L.; Ryan, Pat M.; "R" Considerations; "R" Publishers; "R" Rejections; "R" Miscellaneous Correspondence; American West: Published Articles and Correspondence (Sacks to Sites); Sacks, Benjamin; Sandoz, Mari; Sargent, Shirley; Saum, Lewis O.; Schick, Robert; Schumacher, Claire W.; Seligmann, G. L., Jr.; Serven, James E.; Settle, Raymond W.; Sevareid, Eric; Shatraw, Milton E.; Sheffy, L.F.; Sheller, Roscoe; Shenitz, Helen; Sherman, F. Barreda and Cornelia Ripley; Shideler, James H.; Shively, Frances N.; Shover, John L.; Sibbald, John R.; Sierra Club; Simison, Herbert E.; Sites, George E.; American West: Published Articles and Correspondence (Smith to Sturges); Smith, Dwight L.; Smith, Franklin, G.; Smith, Helena Huntington; Smith, Waddell F.; Smith, Wallace E.; Socolofsky, Homer E.; Sommer, Elyse Michaels; Sonnichsen, C. L.; Spangler, Earl; Sprague, Marshall; Spring, Agnes Wright; Steckmesser, Kent L.; Stegner, Wallace; Stewart, Edgar I.; Stewart, George R.; Stewart, Omer C.; Stiles, Helen J.; Stone, Lois C.; Storm, Colton; Straight, Michael; Stratton, David H.; Stucker, Gilbert F.; Sturges, Philip C.; American West: Published Articles and Correspondence (Sultz to Unray); Sultz, Philip W.; "S" Considerations; "S" Publishers; "S" Rejections; "S" Miscellaneous Correspondence; Taylor, J. Golden; Taylor, Samuel W.; Thomas, Lowell; Toole, K. Ross; Trenholm, Virginia C.; Treutlein, Theodore E.; Tyack, David; Tyler, Barbara; "T" Considerations; "T" Publishers; "T" Rejections; "T" Miscellaneous Correspondence; Udall, Stewart L.; Ulph, Owen C.; United States Information Agency; Unrau, William E.; American West: Published Articles and Correspondence (Utley to White); Utley, Robert M.; "U" Considerations; "U" Publishers; "U" Miscellaneous Correspondence; Valentry, Duane E.; Vandervelde, Marjorie; Vernam, Glenn R.; Vinson, Ira P.; "V" Publishers; "V" Miscellaneous Correspondence; Wade, Richard C.; Wainwright, Irene; Wakefield, Celia D.; Walker, Henry Pickering; Watkins, Tom H.; Watson, Editha L.; Webb, Todd; Wechsberg, Joseph; Weddle, Ferris; Weinstein, Robert; Weisberger, Bernard; Westerner's Club - Los Angeles Corral; White, Carl J.; White, John I.; White, Lynn, Jr.; American West: Published Articles and Correspondence (Williams to Zubryn); Williams, Albert; Williams, Burton J.; Williams, George F.; Williams, Mark J.; Wilson, Iris H.; Wiltsey, Norman B.; Winfrey, Dorman H.; Winter, William C.; Winther, Oscar O.; Woolfolk, George R.; Worcester, Donald E.; Wyman, Walker D.; "W" Considerations; "W" Publishers; "W" Rejections; "W" Miscellaneous Correspondence; Yarborough, Ralph W. (Senator); Yates, Ted; Young, Karl; Young, Otis E.; "Y" Publishers; "Y" Miscellaneous Correspondence; Zoellner, W. Edwin; Zubryn, Emil; American West: Unpublished Manuscripts (Adler to Dick); Adler, Jacob; Atherton, Lewis; Ball, Eve; Barth, Gunther; Bartlett, Richard A.; Barton, John H.; Beebe, Lucius; Bonney, David; Brandon, William; Brody, Stuart A. and Warren Webb; Brooks, Juanita; Brown, Carlton; Cahalane, Victor H.; Camp, Charles L.; Campbell, Hildegarde; Carranco, Lynwood; Carroll, John Alexander; Carstensen, Vernon; Carter, Harvey L.; Carver, John A.; Clark, Thomas D.; Cooper, J. D.; Cutright, Paul R.; Davis, Ronald L.; Davis, William E.; Day, O.C.; Denhardt, Rober M.; DeRosier, Arthur H.; Dick, Everett; American West: Unpublished Manuscripts (Ewers to Lindsey); Ewers, John C.; Fielder, Margaret; Fierman, Floyd S.; Flanagan, John T.; Forrest, James T.; Forbes, Jack D.; Gard, Wayne; Hafen, Leroy R.; Harrison, Dorothy M.; Heald, Weldon F.; Hess, Chester N.; Hicks, John D.; Hicks, Sam; Hofling, Charles K.; Howard, Robert West; Hughes, Pollyanna B.; Ives, Ronald L.; James, Laurence P.; Jensen, George L.; Jones, Oakah L., Jr.; Keenan, Jerry; Knight, Oliver; Krenkle, John H.; Lillard, Richard G.; Lindsey, David; American West: Unpublished Manuscripts (Mazzuella to Young); Other Manuscripts; Markhold, Ottilie; Mazzulla, Fred; Misch, Fannie B.; Monaghan, Jay; Morrison, Joseph L.; Muhlenberg, Elizabeth; Nailen, R. L.; Olmstead, Maxine; Omstead, Roger R.; Pattie, Jane; Poetry; Poland, Sidney L.; Raymond, Emily Malone; Reep, D. C.; Richardson, Elmo R.; Richmond, Robert W.; Ryan, Pat M.; Short, Clarice; Snell, Joseph; Spangler, Veda C.; Steiner, Stan; Stevens, Walter W.; Strobridge, Truman R. and Bernard C. Nalty; Taylor, Samuel W.; Tinker, Frank A.; Turner, Martha Ann; Watkins, Joan C.; Watson, Editha L.; White, John I.; Young, Karl; Horn, Nancy D.; Tedford, James M.; VII. NORTH AMERICAN FUR TRADE CONFERENCE; North American Fur Trade Conference: Published Papers; Correspondence; Manuscript Evaluations and Conference Programs; Clayton, James L.; Davies, K. G.; Herbert, J. D.; Lavender, David; Mattes, Merrill J.; Morgan, Dale L.; Morton, W. L.; Washburn, Wilcomb E.; Witthoft, John; North American Fur Trade Conference: Unpublished Papers; Cahalane, Victor H.; Dawson, K. C. A.; Ewers, John C.; Hafen, LeRoy; Kidd, Kenneth E.; Lamb, W. Kaye; McDermott, John Francis; McKay, Valentine; Morse, Eric W.; Nunis, Doyce B., Jr.; Nute, Grace Lee; O'Meara, Walter; Parker, John; Prucha, Francis Paul; Smith, G. Hubert; Sunder, John E.; Toensing, Waldemar F.; Woodward, Arthur; Woolworth, Alan R.; VIII. AMERICAN WEST; American West: Evaluations and Comments; IX. ADDENDA; Correspondence, Professional Positions; Correspondence, C-H; Correspondence, Layton, Stanford J.; Correspondence, L-R; Correspondence, Summersell, Charles and Frances; Correspondence, Taggart, Charles W.; Alabama Historical Commission; University of Alabama; National Park Service, Chief Historian; National Park Service, Assistant Director of Office of Archaeology and History; Organizations; "The States and the Nation"; "The States and the Nation"; "The States and the Nation"; "The States and the Nation"; "The States and the Nation"; Organizations; "The States and the Nation"; Correspondence; Finance and Progress Reports; Speech; Organizations, Miscellaneous; American Institute of Architects; American Society of Landscape Architects; Fairfax County History Commission; Florida Historical Society; Mormon History Association; National Endowment for the Humanities; Nebrasks State Historical Society; South Dakota State Historical Society; Utah State Historical Society; Westerners; Western Historical Association; Book Reviews by A. Russell Mortensen; Report; Miscellaneous; General Materials; Westerners; US/​USSR Joint Working Group on the Enhancement of the Urban Environment; In Celebration of the Marriott Library's Two Millionth Volume; Public History; Book Reviews; A. R. Mortensen, "A Deserted City"; Universality of Local History; Miscellaneous Correspondence; Graduate Students Correspondence; US/​USSR Exchange; US/​USSR General; A Report by the US Historic Preservation Team of the US-USSR Joint Working Group on the Enhancement of the Urban Environment; Cosmos Club Membership List; General Materials; Tourist Packets from an 8 week tours of the Soviet Union in 1975; Post Cards; Central Scientific Research and Design Institute of Town Planning of Gosgrazhdanstroy; Certificates in Russian Awarded to Dr. A. Russell Mortensen and Dr. Anatole Senkevitch, Jr.; Newsletters, Map, and Correspondence; Governor George D. Clyde to the Thirty-Third Legislature of the State of Utah; The Alabama Historical Association, Thirty-Second Annual Meeting at Troy, Alabama; Manuscripts and Academic Activities; Talks; A. Russell Mortensen, "Dale L. Morgan: A Personal Appraisal"; A. Russell Mortensen, Review of Diary of Charles Lowell Walker; Speeches; "Early Utah Sketches"; A. A. Knopf, Correspondence; "Among the Mormons"; Utah History; University of Utah , Correspondence; Huntington Fellowship Sabbatical Leave; National Park Service and the American Association for State and Local History; Federal Employees Almanac; National Park Services, Employment; National Park Service Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation Directories; Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation Boards and Committees; National Park Service; "Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation (Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service)"; National Parl Service Telephone Directory; Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation, Heritage Conservation and Recreation Services; Historical Preservation Society and the National Park Services; Retirement Party, National Park Service; Department of the Interior; California State Polytechnic College, San Luis Obispo; Western History Association; "The Universality of Local History"; Workshop, Colorado; American Association for State and Local History; Professional and Personal Documents; The American West; Escondido Historical Society; Robert M. Utley; Alabama Historical Commission; "Gossip-Troubles Alabama"; Colleagues; Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship; "Utah: A Guide to the State"; News Clippings; Address Book; Miscellaneous; Personal Files; Oral History Interview of Russell and Dorothy Mortensen; Family History; Essays and Article Notes; Letter from General Sherman to General Grant (facsimile); Solon Foster Correspondence (facsmilies); Articles concerning the Mountain Meadows Massacre; The Cactus Flat Lee Quarterly, Newsletters; Professional Documents; The American Association for State and Local History, Gerald George; Articles Concerning the Writing of Local History; Nauvoo, Illinois; Nyle H. Miller; National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers; Ernest Allen Connally; American Heritage Publishing Company; American West Publishing Company; Employment Correspondence; San Pasqual Battlefield State Historic Park, California; US/​USSR Joint Working Group on the Enhancement of the Urban Environment; Mexico City Historic Organizations Conference; University of Utah Materials; University of Maryland, Overseas Program; Fairfax County, Virginia; Cosmos Club Official Documents; Cosmos Club; Alabama Historical Commission; Alabama Historical Commission Materials; Montgomery Landmarks Foundation; Live-in-a-Landmark Council, Alabama; "Alabama's Prehistoric Archeological Eras"; Leah Rawls Atkins, "A Manual for Writing: Alabama State and Local History"; Alabama Historical Guides; Alabama Academy of Honor Inauguration Ceremonies Program; Alabama Documents; Historic Mobile Preservation Society Speech; "A Preliminary Cultural Resources Assessment of Mobile Point"; Advisory Council on Historic Preservation; Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, Member Lists; Act of Congress Regarding the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation; "The National Historic Preservation Program Today"; Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Reports and Newsletters; Federal Register of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation; Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Documents; United States Department of the Interior, Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service; The National Register Average Estimator; Preservation Materials; Procedural Guide to Historic Preservation Grants; Conservation and Preservation Guides; "Technical Assistance Notifications"; Newsletters, Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation; Professional and Personal Documents; Program, 41st Annual Meeting, American Association for State and Local History; American Association for State and Local History; "The Westerners: New York Posse Brand Book"; "Facts About United States Money, Historical"; Congressional Records of Proceedings; O. Boyd Matthews, "The Mormon Church and Its Negro Doctrines"; S. S. Ivins; Eldorado County, California Tour Guide; "The Changing Challenge," An Information Preservation Publication; Regulations, National Environmental Policy Act; M. E. Murchison, "The Federal Law and Historic Preservation"; Historic American Engineerung Record Catalogue; Colonial Williamsburg, Official Guidebook and Map; "Historic Preservation and Tax Reform Act of 1976"; Ernest Connally, "The Historic Preservation Movement: A Review and Appraisal"; Untitled Manuscript Regarding Cultural Preservation; Bibliograohy of Mortensen's Works regarding Utah; Invitations; News Clippings; Memorial Services; Lithograph; Correspondence. Letters to A. Russell Mortensen from his sister about family concerns.; Correspondence. One letter from another sister, signed "Al" about her family.; Correspondence. Letters to A. Russell Mortensen from his father about life and family problems.; Correspondence. Series of letters written by A. Russell Mortensen recommending his son for a summer job in 1957 One letter from October of 1960 from A. David Mortensen as a private in the United States Marine Corps.; Correspondence. Letters from an aunt and uncle asking A. Russell Mortensen to show another nephew around Salt Lake City.; Notice issued by the Grand County District Court of Utah announcing a hearing for the "First and Final Account and Petition for Final Distribution of Estate" of Mary Burnham Jones.; Correspondence. A. Russell Mortensen's attempt to join a Salt Lake City Naval Reserve unit.; Letters about a presentation of the "Sylvester Mowry Letters" to the Los Angeles Corral of Westerners.; Letter about his notes on American Indian history.; Letter turning down an offer to teach at the University of Utah.; Letters about diaries possibly suitable for publication, her manuscript "Uncle Will Tells His Story," and the death of her husband Will Brooks.; Letters about mutual friends, and job appointments.; Letters about mutual acquaintances, publications, and the controversy involving the firing of professors who refused to take a loyalty oath required at the University of California, Los Angeles. Also a series of letters from 1961 organizing a "festschrift" from former students and a tribute to Professor Caughey.; Letters about his job change.; Including a letter from United States Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas.; Letters about his application to, and program at, the University of Utah Law School.; Letters from this descendant of the "Fancher Party," the group involved at the Mountain Meadows Massacre, about the massacre and the L.D.S. Church.; Letters about A. Russell Mortensen's current job status.; Letters about establishing a cooperative "historical markers commission" to mark the route of the Mormon pioneers and about Mortensen's interest in becoming Director of the Nebraska Historical Society.; Letters about film loans from the National Broadcasting Company.; Letters about Mortensen's desire to return to teaching and Lambert's request for a copy of Oliver Cowdry's Defense in a Rehersal of My Grounds for Separating Myself from the Latter Day Saints.; Letter asking Mortensen for his assessment of "Mormon Contributions in American's Westward Progress," and Mortensen's reply.; Letters approving publication of the John D. Lee diaries and about gatherings of his descendants.; Letters about Lee's addresses as Governor of Utah and about moving the State Historical Society into the Governor's Mansion. Includes a letter from Mrs. Lee thanking Mortensen for his congratulations on J. Bracken Lee's re-election.; Letters about the possibility of Mortensen becoming director of the Wisconsin Historical Society, the Awards Committee of the American Association for State and Local History and having Mortensen write a Utah guide for Lord's Local History Series.; Letters about the possibility of Mortensen joining Mulder on the teaching staff of the American Studies Research Centre at Hyderabad, India. Includes pamphlets and information.; Letters from the Executive Director of the Historical Restoration and Preservation Commission to Mortensen as President of the American Association for State and Local History about problems of mutual concern.; Long newsy letters about his program in history at the University of Utah.; Letters about Toole's application to become chairman of the Montana Historical Society.; Letters from the Chief Historian of the Department of the Interior including his bibliography.; Letters signed with first names only.; Correspondence, forms and information about overseas lecturing positions.; Correspondence about the position of director of the museum.; Correspondence about Mortensen's applications for the position of director.; Letters to and from Anthony H. Forbes about Mortensen teaching a summer school session at the University or working on a seminar on local history.; Correspondence about a possible teaching position.; Correspondence, memorandums and bills. Information about summer school and visiting professor appointments.; Appointment form for a one quarter lectureship in history.; Correspondence, memorandums and information. Membership on a committee on publications to advise the Coordinating Council of Natural Resources.; Correspondence about Mortensen's application for the position of director.; Letters of recommendation written for students and friends.; Letters about the organization and its programs.; Correspondence about the associations's involvement in this traveling exhibit on United States industrial progress.; Correspondence and information about the controversy arising over the firing of Michael S. Kennedy as director.; Correspondence about the possible involvement of the Association in this group. The Joint Committee had its roots in a suit against an historian by a descendant of one of his subjects.; Incomplete information about annual meetings including a list of host cities (1940-1968), programs (1958, 1968), lists of delegates or registrants (1962, 1963) and agenda notes (1969), and minutes of the business meeting (1969).; Officers and membership list (1958), council minutes (1960, 1963, 1965).; Meeting minutes (1961, 1965, 1966), correspondence about the 1966 meeting, committee proposals (1969).; Correspondence and information about selecting a director.; Reports on the status of Association membership and special programs.; Including audit reports and financial statements.; Statement on revision of travel provisions (1961), correspondence, and drafts and revisions of the association constitution (1968).; Correspondence about coordination of association programs with federal programs and federal monetary assistance to history programs. Committee and federal information is also included.; Correspondence about the Association's Bulletins and Pamphlets publications program. Includes ideas for bulletins and correspondence with prospective authors. Bulletin from 1955 about publishing a local history magazine. Information about publication grants-in-aid and the status of association publications (1963).; Correspondence and other information from seminars in Williamsburg, Madison and Salt Lake City.; Reports from American Heritage and McGraw-Hill and the American Heritage book catalogues.; Correspondence, programs, and speeches.; Correspondence, forms and information about employment with the Binational Centers Program.; Memorandums and report suggesting changes in the University structure and procedures.; Correspondence and information about the University chapter of this history honorary society.; Memorandums and correspondence about meetings.; Recommendations for promotion or request for promotion review.; Reports and minutes of meetings.; Policy and Procedures.; Lists of yearly appointments and promotions.; Memorandums and correspondence. Application lists and applications forms.; Correspondence about possible publications.; Program.; Correspondence and Memorandums.; Proposal for establishment of the center.; Advisory Board meeting minutes and information about board membership. Acquisition proposals for the university library.; Funding. Lists of possible sources of financial aid. Correspondence to and from prospective donors.; Lists of ideas for the Center's publication program.; Correspondence and information about publication projects including the Davis Bitton catalogue of Utah diaries, and a general Utah history text.; Doris Duke Foundation, American Indian Oral History Project. Proposal and Quarterly Report.; Correspondence, program and information.; Correspondence, information and miscellaneous related material.; Correspondence, meeting minutes, lists of possible Utah sites and general information about historic site preservation.; Articles of Incorporation.; Correspondence. Including letters from Dale Morgan (1949-1950), Nicholas G. Morgan (1952-1957), and from the Richfield Chapter (1970).; Annual Meeting Program.; Utah Historical Quarterly. Manuscript lists and publication ideas, and miscellaneous information.; Correspondence, Articles of Incorporation and By-laws, membership lists, notes and miscellaneous information.; Correspondence. Including letters written in 1963 from Merrill J. Mattes, Nyle H. Miller, Richard D. Poll and Lyman S. Tyler.; Constitution, notices, membership lists and miscellaneous items.; Western Historical Quarterly. Correspondence about publishing a scholarly journal sponsored by the association.; Information booklet sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.; Early Utah Sketches: Historic Buildings and Scences in Mormon Country, with drawings by Carlos Anderson. Publications in the American West, Volume III, Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1969. Contractural Agreement, notes and manuscript draft.; "The Governor's Lady: A Letter from Camp Scott, 1857," Utah Historical Quarterly, Vol. 22, 1954, 165-173.; Published Articles and Manuscripts Book Review, 1951-1968; newspaper articles, 1953-1958; Sons of Utah Pioneers News, 1954-1957, and undated; other sources, 1956-1960, and undated.; Incomplete Manuscript Introduction to the Wilford Woodruff letters to William Atkin.; Prospective Manuscript 1963. Correspondence about a possible Laboratory Manual for the Use of Community Resources: Utah.; Speech. "Pagent of Progress: Highlights in the Building of an Empire."; Miscellaneous Publication. Information Sheets on the Western Humanities Review and American Antiquity; J. A. Carroll's "Ten Commandments for Historical Writing."; Correspondence and manuscript "The Council of Fifty."; Manuscript. "How Gullible Can We Be! (A Case History in Political Immortality)" about Douglas Stringfellow.; Correspondence, outlines and miscellaneous information about the book Standing Up Country.; Undated mimeograph copy of "The Moses Thatcher Case."; Undated mimeograph copy of "Miscellaneous Mormon Notes."; Letters about various aspects o publication, and comments from readers. Also included is the 1954 signed publishing agreement.; Letters and forms granting Mulder and Mortensen permission to use excerpts from previously published items. Also included is a draft of a permission form and a name list.; Sections "Genesis" and "Exodus." Carbon copy.; Sections "Chronicles and Judges," "Lamentations," and "Psalms." Carbon copy.; Index. Carbon copy.; Complete manuscript with revisions.; This draft of the volume Among the Mormons contains excerpts and explanatory editorial material not used in the final version of the book. The last two sections titled "Lamentations" and "Psalms" were not included.; Portions of these excerpts from published manuscripts were used in the final version of Among the Mormons. They are not accompanied by any explanatory editorial material.; Pageant in the Wilderness. Published as "The Spanish Padre and the Valley of Paradise," Father Escalante.; Across the Continent. Published as "The Irrespressible Conflict."; Report to the President, 1852. Published as "The Runaway Judges."; The City of the Saints and Across the Rocky Mountains to California. Published as "The British Adventurer in the City of the Saints."; Incidents of Travel and Adventure in the Far West With Col. Fremont's Last Expedition. Published as "Fremont's Artist Observer."; "John Chislett's Narrative" from Rocky Mountain Saints. Published as "Handcarts to Zion."; "The Mormon Women" from Colliers. Published as "The Plural Widows of St. George."; "Letters on Mormonism" from Hand-Book on Mormonism. Published as "Crusade and Countercrusade."; "Ogden: The Underwriters of Salvation" from The Taming of the Frontier. Published as "Sin Comes to Ogden."; The Uncommercial Traveller. Published as "Charles Dickens Describes a Mormon Immigrant Ship."; New America. Published as "A Humanitarian Looks at the "Mormon Question.'"; Resignation letter. Published as "Carpetbag Crisis: Drummond and His Trollop."; Review of Burton and Remy used as introductory material to essays by these two authors.; Recollections of a Handcart Pioneer of 1860. Published as "Handcarts to Zion."; Letter of 1830. Published as "Something is Going to Take Place."; Tromping with a Poet in the Rockies. Published as "Vachel Lindsay Encounters the Mormons in Canada."; Letters of 1852. Published as "Jedediah Grant Strikes Back."; Brigham Young interview in the New York Daily Tribune as "Horace Greeley Interviews Brigham Young."; Twelve Mormon Homes, Visited in Succession on a Journey Through Utah to Arizona. Published as "Mormon Households."; "Discourse." Portions published in various places in the "Exodus" section of the book.; The Heart of the Continent. Published as, "Glimpses of Mormon Society."; "The Early Days of Mormonism" in Lippincott's Magazine. Published as "I Certainly Should Have Gone Into the Water."; My Summer in a Mormon Village. Published as "Elegy: A Summer in a Mormon Village."; "Second General Epistle." Published as "The Garden of Joseph."; Excerpts published as "Trouble in Jackson County."; Utah: American Guide Series. Published as "The Contemporary Scene."; Letters of 1854 and 1855. Published as "The Gallant Lieutenant."; Figures of the Past. Published as "Two Boston Brahmins Call on the Prophet."; A Journey to Great Salt Lake City. Published as "A French Botanist Attends a Mormon Conference."; Sinners and Saints. Published as "The Orderville Breathren."; Explorations and Survey of the Valley of the Great Salt Lake.... Published as "A Soldier and a Surveyor."; "Utah" in Holiday. Published as "Tourist Holiday."; Vicissitudes Illustrated. Published as "Away to the Ohio."; "War Journal" in Utah Historical Quarterly. Published as "A Deserted City."; History of Salt Lake City. Published as "The Lord's Co-op."; Reminiscences of a Missionary Bishop. Published as "Denominational Inroads."; Official Report of the Proceedings and Debates of the Cenvention Assembled at Salt Lake City on the Fourth Day of March, 1895, to Adopt a Constitution for the State of Utah. Published as "Utah Joins the Union."; "Proclamation, 1857." Published as "The Coming of Johnston's Army."; Excerpts from published manuscripts which were collected for the book. These were never used in the manuscript draft.; "Singing Saints of Salt Lake City" in the Denver Post.; "The Vitality of Mormonism" in Century Magazine.; "Utah Biographical Sketches," of Joshua R. Nichols and Joseph B. Rosborough.; Frontier Life in the Army, 1854-1861.; The Life of General William Booth the Founder of the Salvation Army.; The Mormons and the Silver Mines.; "The Controversy over Joseph Smith".; Gleanings By the Way.; Letter to Heber J. Grant.; Report from Black's Fork.; Report of Lieut. Col. P. St. George Cook of His March From Santa Fe, New Mexico to San Diego, Upper California.; "Le Premier Mormon" from Recits et Types Americans.; A Travers Le Dominion et la Californie.; Life, Letters and Travels of Father Pierre-Jean DeSmet, S. J. 1801-1873. Edited by Chittenden and Richardson.; Report of the Geology of the High Plateaus of Utah.; "The Mormons Move Over" in Collier's.; Three Visits to America.; "Salt Lake: The City of the Saints" from The Aristocratic West.; George W. Keys to his brother, 1849, and O.W. Tipe to his wife, 1850, both in the Cherokee Advocate.; Articles about Salt Lake City and the Mormons in the New York Daily Tribune.; "With the Mormons" from A Half Year in the New World: Miscellaneous Sketches of Travel in the United States.; The Mormons, or, Latter-day Saints, in the Valley of the Great Salt Lake.; "Utah and the Mormons: Profile of a Community" from Inside the U.S.A..; Between Two Oceans; or, Sketches of American Travel.; An Unwritten Chapter of Salt Lake, 1851-1901.; Autobiography extract from Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society.; "Salt Lake City" in Harpers Magazine.; Review of Mrs. B. G. Ferris, The Mormons at Home in Living Age.; "Elder Benson's Going to Catch It!" in the Saturday Evening Post.; "Brigham Young and the Mormon City" from his Reminiscences.; Franklin Spencer Spalding, Man and Bishop.; Extracts from the Newspaper.; "History of Joseph Smith."; "Seventy General Epistle of the Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints."; Travels West.; Newspaper extracts: Christian Journal, 1836; Evangelical Magazine and Gospel Advocate, 1834; Independent Messenger, 1832; New York Evangelist, 1833; The Unitarian, 1834; Universal Union, 1844; Universalist Watchman, Repository and Chronicle, 1831.; "Letters by Forty-Niners" in Western Humanities Review.; List of date and page references.; "A Conversation with a Polygamist."; Excerpts from published manuscripts which were collected for the book. These were never used in the manuscript draft.; Eccentricities of Genius.; "The Great Salt Lake City and Its People" in Sunday Magazine.; "A Visit to Nauvoo" in Times and Seasons.; Westward By Rail: The New Route to the East.; "The West as I Saw Her," by Desmond Shaw in J. Golden Kimball.; "A Glimpse of Utah," in Overland Monthly.; Letters of an Overland Mail Agent In Utah. Edited by A. B. Hulbert.; The Great West and the Pacific Coast.; "Utah as an Industrial Object Lesson," in Atlantic Monthly.; "Utah" in Holiday.; Mormon Country.; "Mormonism" from Autobiography of Peter Cartwright, The Backwoods Preacher.; "The United Order of Brigham City."; "Treaty of Peace with the Utahs."; A Western Journal.; Remarks on dress and clothing from Deseret News.; Seventh Annual Exhibition. Award to the University of Utah Press for the American West magazine.; Correspondence and reports.; Correspondence. Letters sent in answer to a questionnaire devised by Ray Allen Billington asking for reactions to the format, quality and content of the American West.; Correspondence. Letters of inquiry asking if a binder is available to hold the American West.; Reprint of Elizabeth Bacon Custer's "Christmas on the Plains" used as a Christmas Card from the American West.; Sheets filled out with either an author's name, title, or subject of an article as an index to the files of the American West.; Projected costs and estimated supplies necessary to begin production.; Summaries of supplies used, and costs. Estimates of costs for production given various subscription numbers and renewal rates.; Correspondence, notices and summaries.; Correspondence and lists of costs and estimates of supplies on hand.; Correspondence about accounting problems.; Correspondence and reports about estimated costs.; Report and summaries.; Reports and projections on expenses and income.; Liabilities and assets.; Bills and Requisitions.; Supplies on hand and orders.; Correspondence, lists, memorandums about supplies of magazines on hand and numbers mailed out.; Distribution agreement between the Western History Association's American West and Lane Book Company.; Correspondence and forms.; Correspondence, forms and information.; Correspondence, lists and notes, and questionnaires filled out by Ray Allen Billington, R. C. Euler, Nyle H. Miller and Don Russell giving their suggestions.; List of manuscripts on file for use in the American West.; Correspondence about the printing and binding of the magazine.; Correspondence; memorandums; meeting notices, agenda and minutes; membership lists.; Correspondence with arts and photographic companies as well as individual illustrators and photographers.; Basic "Concept and Philosophy" of American West, "Standards and Criteria" for articles, general guidelines for magazine content balance and make-up.; Creation and mailing deadlines.; Memos about progress on the current issue and content plans for succeeding issues.; Design plans, magazine layout, and printing style and layout.; Correspondnece.; Correspondence.; Correspondence.; Correspondence about ordering and billing.; Correspondence about distribution.; Speech about the Pacific Northwest.; Correspondence.; Correspondence.; Correspondence. Mr. Pfeiffer's association with the American West began as a Vice-President and General Manager for Lane Book Company. Later, when the American West Publishing Company was formed, Mr. Pfeiffer became the publisher. Because the editorial offices were located in Salt Lake City and the production-distribution was handled in California these letters contain a solid core of information about the internal co-operation and conflict in magazine production.; Correspondence. Letters asking for the advertising policy or rates for the American West, which carried no advertisements.; Pamphlets, folders, correspondence to promote subscription sales of the magazine.; Correspondence and information about limited edition books offered to American West subscribers.; Correspondence.; Correspondence. Includes letters seeking monetary support for publication, and letters sent out for the University of Utah announcing their sponsorship and seeking subscriptions.; Press clippings, press releases and notices.; Introductory letters and letters asking for books to be used for reviewing in the American West magazine.; Correspondence and lists of those institutions whose subscriptions entitle them to be listed as sponsors in the magazine.; Gift subscriptions, subscription forms and reminders, cancellation and renewal correspondence, subscription lists and quarterly subscription reports.; Correspondence relating to possible articles about Alaska and the plans for an issue devoted to Alaska.; Brief descriptions rather than reviews of books. Some were used in the November 1966 issue; others were not published.; Correspondence to and from individuals interested in writing reviews for the American West.; Printed book reviews and notices from five different issues of the magazine.; Drafts of the magazine editorial sections.; Correspondence with western state tourist bureaus asking for information about upcoming special programs and events to be published as notices in the American West.; Correspondence about statements to be published in the first issue from historians including Ray Allen Billington and Senators Gale W. McGee, George S. McGovern and Ralph W. Yarborough.; Correspondence. Letters from subscribers expressing their opinions about the magazine.; Correspondence and articles. Letters from state historical societies about articles suitable for reprinting in the American West.; Letters about the magazine and the problems related to changing publishing responsibilities.; Correspondence about the debt guarantee to be signed by the stockholders of the new American West Publishing Company.; Correspondence about stock holding and transfer for the American West Publishing Company.; Correspondence about stock holding and transfer for the American West Publishing Company.; Minutes of the meetings.; Minutes of meetings and notes from discussion sessions.; Articles of Incorporation for the American West Publishing Company with 1966 revisions.; Chart of accounts and announcement of new personnel.; Correspondence and agreement between the Western History Association and the American West Publishing Company.; Correspondence exchanged among the University of Utah, the American West Publishing Company, and the Western History Association. A problem developed because staff members holding paid positions with the University and working on the American West stood to profit from also holding stock in the new publishing company. There was a controversy over continued sponsorship by W.H.A. and the University should these staff members elect to associate themselves only with the magazine and transfer the editorial offices to California.; Correspondence. Letters inquiring about an article by Adams, and an article about him by his agent Evelyn Oppenheimer. See also corresponddence under Oppenheimer, Evelyn 1966. Book review of The Life and Death of John Henry Tunstall 1965. "The Cowman's Philosophy," Fall 1965, Vol. II: 47 ff.; Correspondence on his manuscript about the Hawaiian Navy Manuscript not included.; Correspondence about an opening in the position of assistant director.; Correspondence. Letters about his manuscripts and illustrations and his willingness to review books 1965. "The Bomb at the Governor's Gate," Winter, 1965, Vol. II: 12 ff.; Correspondence. Requests for Arrington to do book reviews.; Correspondence about the establishment of the American West in Salt Lake with Mortensen as editor and letters asking Athearn to do book reviews 1963-1964. Book reviews of The Frontier Experience and Moguls and Iron Men.; Correspondence about manuscripts written by Atherton; 1965. "Fire on the Comstock!" Winter 1965, Vol. II: 24 ff.; Letters inquiring about the possibility of having articles published in the American West.; Letters asking for books for review in the magazine from American Heritage, 1963-1966; Argosy-Antiquarian, 1964; Arthur L. Clark, 1963-1965; and miscellaneous publishers.; Letters returning submitted manuscripts.; Correspondence about possible articles for publication.; Correspondence asking for a manuscript for publication from Bailey.; Correspondence. Letters rejecting her manuscript on Apaches.; Correspondence asking Bartlett to review various books and a book review of Exploration and Empire.; Correspondence. Series of letters ending in a rejection of an article about calf branding.; Correspondence. Offer to review books for the magazine and a review of Oil and Politics.; Correspondence. Offer to review books.; Correspondence. Asking for an article by Beck.; Correspondence. Asking Becker to contribute an article.; "The Santa Fe's Ineffable De Luxe," Spring 1966, Vol. II: 14 ff. Correspondence, manuscripts and copies of pictures to illustrate the article 1966. "Beebe on Beebe," Spring 1966, Vol. III: 93 ff. Correspondence about reprinting this article as a memorial tribute, and manuscript. See also Clegg, Charles M., and Unpublished Manuscripts.; "Frontier Lawman," Summer 1964, Vol. I: 4 ff. Correspondence and manuscript about Frank M. Canton.; "Soule Indian Portraits," Winter 1966, Vol. III: 50 ff. Correspondence, manuscripts with picture captions.; Correspondence. Comments on the magazine and Bennett's inquiries about possible publication of his manuscripts.; Correspondence. Asking Bennett's assistance in having the American West placed in United States Information Service Libraries overseas.; Correspondence. Inquiry about the possibility of publishing his manuscript on steamship lines.; Correspondence. Letters about the Western History Association, of which Billington was president 1964. Correspondence concerning the connection of the Western History Association and the American West. Correspondence and book review. Letters about doing a review-essay on the Mountain Men series published by Arthur Clark Company. Book review of The Mountain Men and the Fur Trade of the Far West.; Correspondence. Subscription information and letters about book reviews.; Correspondence. As Secretary-Treasurer of the Western History Association, most of Bloom's correspondence is concerned with the Association's interests in the American West.; Correspondence about his article "The Death of Paul Bunyan." Manuscript returned to the author.; Correspondence about having a review of his book in the magazine.; Correspondence about using photographs from the L. A. Huffman collection in the magazine.; Correspondence about his illustrations.; Correspondence asking Boorstin to review a book for the magazine.; Correspondence about the possibility of Bosworth doing an article about juvenile westerns.; Correspondence asking Brand to write book reviews. Review of The Wire That Fenced the West.; "Some Early History of the Owens River Valley," correspondence, and a copy of this article of 1917 by J. M. Guinn for reprinting. "How Near is the Morning," Winter 1965, Vol. I: 22 ff. "American Indians and American History," Spring 1965, Vol. II: 14 ff. Correspondence about the article and illustrations. Manuscript with edited copy and revisions. "Bernalillo County," February 1967, Vol. IV (1967): 28 ff.; "Rush to the Yukon," Spring 1965, Vol. II: 66 ff. Correspondence and manuscript.; Correspondence asking her to review Stegner's new book.; Correspondence asking Brown for an article based on his report on the Santa Fe Trail.; Correspondence about her project to write a history of Garland, Utah.; Correspondence about her possible article on women photographers.; Correspondence about having the magazine placed in United States Information Service Libraries overseas.; Correspondence and information about his book on Geronimo.; Letters inquiring about the possibility of having articles published in the American West.; Letters asking for books to review in the magazine.; Letters returning submitted manuscripts.; Correspondence. Inquiry about the procedure used to establish a new magazine.; Correspondence about pictures to use as illustrations.; "Wild Bird Hickock and his Friends," correspondence on possible reprinting this 1937 James Thurber article.; "Tom Tobin," Fall 1965, Vol. II: 91 ff. Correspondence and manuscript from the Mountain Men series. See also Billington, Ray Allen, 1965. Correspondence and book reviews for a review essay on the Mountain Men series of which this article is a part, and Unpublished Manuscripts.; "Toward an Understanding of the West," correspondence about the possibility of reprinting this 1959 Caughy article.; Book reviews of Revolution in Seattle: a Memoir, and a group of books on the middle west.; "Cowboys, Indians, Outlaws: The Western Myth," correspondence and manuscript. Spring 1964, Vol. I: 28 ff.; Correspondence about the articles he submitted for publication.; Correspondence about her article on Sacagawea.; Correspondence requesting an article from him.; Correspondence about an article based on work done by Clegg and Lucius Beebe and letters asking for the use of photographs of Beebe.; "The Fight for Sitting Bull's Bones," Winter 1960, Vol. II: 72 ff. Correspondence and manuscript.; Book Review of The City of the Saints: And Across the Rocky Mountains to California.; Correspondence about an article he submitted for publication.; "Karl May," correspondence and manuscripts introducing translations of pieces from May's writings about the American West.; Correspondence about an article titled "Flimflam Frontier."; Correspondence listing potential book reviewers and a query about an article he submitted.; Correspondence about his manuscripts submitted for publication.; Correspondence asking him to serve on the editorial board and to do a number of book reviews for the magazine.; Letters inquiring about the possibility of having articles published in the American West.; Letters asking for books from Caxton Printers, 1963-1964, and other publishing houses to be reviewed in the magazine.; Letters returning submitted manuscripts.; Correspondence and book review of Inland Empire: D. C. Corbin and Spokane.; Book review of Public Power in Nebraska 1966. "Nebraska's Homemade Windmills," Winter 1966, Vol. III: 13 ff. Correspondence and manuscript.; Correspondence and book review of Pueblo Warriors and Spanish Conquest.; Correspondence asking Davis to review a book for the magazine.; Correspondence and book review of The Dry Years.; Correspondence about the issue devoted to Alaska to be published.; Correspondence about having Dentzel review books for the magazine.; Correspondence about the tax exempt status of the Western History Association, and books to be reviewed by the American West.; Correspondence asking for information about old-time fiddling.; Correspondence. Letters and a brief about his article on Apaches.; Correspondence about arranging a panel on irrigation at the next Western History Association meeting.; "J. Ross Browne and the Corruptible West," Spring 1965, Vol. II: 37 ff. Correspondence and the original and edited copies of the manuscript.; "Jim Bowie," Spring 1965, Vol. II: 4 ff. Correspondence and the original and edited copies of the manuscript.; Correspondence and book review of The Blue Hen's Chick: A Life in Context.; Correspondence about the quality of the magazine and her articles submitted for publication.; "Negro Cowboys," Fall 1964, Vol. I: 26 ff. Correspondence and manuscript.; Correspondence about publishing a review of his book.; Letters inquiring about the possibility of having articles published in the American West.; Letters asking for books from Dawson's Book Shop and miscellaneous publishing houses to be reviewed in the magazine, 1964-1966.; Letters returning submitted manuscripts.; "Frankie and Johnny: Personal Recollection on a Montana Cowtown, 1906-1909," Winter 1966, Vol. III: 20 ff. Correspondence and drafts of the manuscript.; Correspondence about articles submitted by Edmonds.; Correspondence regarding an article about Isaiah Dorman.; Correspondence and a book review of Frederick Jackson Turner's Legacy: Unpublished Writings in American History.; Correspondence about his article, "My Friendship with Owen Wister."; "The Devil's Hatband," Winter 1965, Vol. II: 39 ff. Correspondence, manuscript drafts and informational folder.; Correspondence and book review of Cycles of Conquest: The Impact of Spain, Mexico, and the United States on the Indians of the Southwest.; Correspondence about the magazine, books for review, and asking Ewers to be a member of the editorial board. Book review of Thomas Moran: Artist of the Mountains 1964-1966. "The Last of the Buffalo Indians," correspondence and manuscript. (Photographs from this article are filed in the Photograph Archives).; Letters inquiring about the possibility of having articles published in the American West.; Letters asking for books to be reviewed in the magazine.; Letters returning submitted manuscripts.; Book Review of Ansel Adams: The Eloquent Light 1963-1965. "California's Big Trees," Summer 1965, Vol. II: 58 ff. Correspondence and manuscripts with revisions.; Correspondence and book review of Warriors of the Colorado: The Yumas of the Quechan Nation and Their Neighbors 1965-1966. "Soldiers at the End of the World," (written with Sidney B. Brinckerhoff), Summer 1966, Vol. III: 28 ff. Correspondence and manuscript with drafts.; Correspondence regarding her article about Canadian, Thomas Spence.; Correspondence regarding an article on Indian use of plants.; Correspondence about his article on folk songs about Custer.; "Fremont's Arizona Adventure," Winter 1964, Vol. I: 8 ff. Correspondence and manuscript drafts. "King on the Arizona Border," Summer 1966, Vol. III: 16 ff. Correspondence and manuscript drafts.; Correspondence about having Firfires do some illustrations for the magazine.; Correspondence about using the American West magazine as a distribution piece for the Utah Travel Council's Vacation West Task Force.; Book reviews of O Strange New World: American Culture: The Formative Years, and The Great Frontier.; Correspondence and book review of Lancers for the King.; Correspondence about publication of his illustrated manuscript on Navajoland.; Correspondence about the Western History Association, and asking Frantz to be a member of the editorial board. Correspondence about book reviews and reviews of After San Jacinto: The Texas-Mexican Frontier, 1836-1841 and Attack and Counterattack: The Texas-Mexican Frontier, 1842.; Correspondence about magazine from this French member of the Western History Association.; Correspondence about possible articles to be submitted for publication.; Correspondence about his article on the battle of San Pascual.; Correspondence asking him to do a book review.; Letters inquiring about the possibility of having articles published in the American West.; Letters asking publishers to send books for review or those seeking to have book reviewed in the magazine.; Letters returning submitted manuscripts.; "Portrait of a Community," Summer 1966, Vol. III: 38 ff. Correspondence and manuscript about the Ciudad Juarez area.; "Medicine Show," February 1967, Vol. IV. 34 ff. Correspondence. Manuscript not included as this was published after Mortensen was no longer editor.; Correspondence. Letters from Paul A. Rossi of the Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and art about an article concerning the institute and a publication using the institute materials.; Correspondence about having her do a picture essay on Navajos.; Correspondence about a possible article for publication.; "Lummis as a War Correspondent in Arizona," Summer 1965, Vol. II: 4 ff. Correspondence and manuscript drafts with revisions.; "Jim Wardner: Financial Wizard of the West" Fall 1964, Vol. I: 32 ff. Correspondence and manuscript.; Correspondence about their article on California Stage Companies.; Correspondence and book review of Frontier: American Literature and the American West.; Correspondence asking him to do a book review.; "Sand Fleas and Salad Days," Spring 1966, Vol. III: 36 ff. Correspondence and manuscript about the summer 'Tent City' near San Diego, California.; Correspondence about a possible article for publication.; Correspondence about his article on Lawrie Tatum,Quaker Indian agent.; Correspondence and book review of The Jesuits and the Indian Wars of the Far Northwest. "The Unwritten West," Winter 1965, Vol. II: 59 ff. Correspondence and manuscript about how western myths have obscured western history.; Correspondence about having Guthrie submit an article and write a book review.; Letters inquiring about the possibility of having articles published in the American West.; Letters asking publishers to send books to be reviewed in the magazine.; Letters returning submitted manuscripts.; Correspondence and book review of Scotsman in Buckskin: Sir William Drummond Stewart and the Rocky Mountain Fur Trade and Great Westerner: The Story of Kit Carson. See also Unpublished Manuscripts.; "Horses for Western Indians," Spring 1966, Vol. III: 4 ff. Correspondence and manuscript.; Correspondence asking Hammond to serve on the editorial board, and to write an article for the magazine.; Correspondence asking to publish an article of his and asking him to do book reviews.; Correspondence asking for information on western topics.; Correspondence about publishing an article of his.; Correspondence and book review of Artists of the Old West.; Correspondence asking him to do an article on archeological explorations at 'Snaketown'.; Correspondence about a number of her articles submitted for publication.; Correspondence and book review of The Quiet Crisis, Soldier and Brave: Indian and Military Affairs in the Trans-Mississippi West, History of the Sierra Nevada, and John Muir and the Sierra Club: The Battle of Yosemite. See also: Unpublished Manuscripts.; Correspondence about articles he would like to have published in American West.; Correspondence and book review of Pioneer Printer: Samuel Bangs in Mexico and Texas.; "Stagecoach Renaissance," Winter 1966, Volume III: 30 ff. Correspondence and manuscript about modern-day stagecoach building.; Correspondence about an article on the domestic wine industry.; "The Celebrated Steam Plow of Philander H. Standish," Spring 1966, Volume III: 24 ff. Correspondence and manuscript.; Correspondence about having him write article on Alaska.; Correspondence and book reviews of California: The New Society, and Great Surveys of the American West.; "Prospectors, Profits, and Prejucice," Spring 1965, Vol. II: 58 ff. Correspondence and manuscript about Chinese miners in Alaska.; Correspondence about the Western History Association.; Correspondence and book review of Meriwether Lewis: A Biography.; Correspondence about the possibility of having his articles published.; Correspondence asking him to write a book review.; Correspondence. As a member of the editorial staff of the American West most of these letters are concerned with the organization and production of the magazine. There are also letters commenting on possible articles, and about book reviews and articles written by Holliday. "The Lonely Sheepherder," Spring 1964, Vol. I: 36 ff. Correspondence and manuscript.; Correspondence about gift subscriptions to the magazine.; Correspondence and book review of The Frontier of Northwest Texas 1846-1876. 1965-1966. "Rushing for Land: Oklahoma, 1889," Fall 1966, Volume III: 4 ff. Correspondence and manuscript.; Correspondence and book review of Formative Years in the Far West: A History of Standard Oil Company of California and Predecessors Through 1919.; Correspondence and book review of Teapot Dome: Oil and Politics in the 1920s.; Correspondence about doing a book review for the magazine.; "Imperial Valley," Winter 1966, Vol. III: 34 ff. Correspondence and manuscript drafts.; Correspondence about Howard writing an article for publication.; Correspondence about her article on the U.S.S. Cyane with typescripts of letters of an officer of that ship, Thomas Goodsell.; Correspondence about articles he would like to have published in the magazine.; Correspondence on her article (not included) about Temple Houston.; Correspondence about his articles including "Con Razon" used for "Chips from the Woodpile," and a book review of Heroes Without Glory; Some Goodmen of the Old West.; Correspondence asking him to do a book review.; Letters inquiring about the possibility of having articles published in the American West.; Letters asking publishers to send books for review in the magazine.; Letters returning submitted manuscripts.; "Geography and History in the Arid West," Spring 1964, Vol. I: 54 ff.; Letters asking publishers to send books for review in the magazine.; "Zebulon Pike 'Tours' Mexico," Summer 1966, Vol. III 67 ff. Correspondence and manuscript drafts.; Correspondence and a book review of Washoe Rambles.; "Frederick Jackson Turner," Winter 1964, Vol. I: 32 ff. Correspondence and manuscript.; "The Santificationists of Belton," Summer 1965, Vol. II: 65 ff. Correspondence and manuscript drafts about this women's religious group in Texas.; Correspondence about her knowledge of Buffalo Bill.; "Gateway to the West," Winter 1964, Volume I: 52 ff. Correspondence and manuscripts about the Museum of Westward Expansion at the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial in St. Louis, Missouri.; Correspondence and a book review essay on the fur trade.; Correspondence and a book review of The Sioux: Life and Customs of a Warrior Society.; Correspondence thanking him for giving a favorable review of Standing Up Country and asking him to submit an article for publication.; Correspondence and a book review of My Life in the Mountains and on the Plains, an edited autobiography of David Meriweather.; Correspondence about his article on areas which applied for statehood but did not become states.; Correspondence about is speech on a publisher's interest in writing to be given in Salt Lake City.; Letters asking John Howell Books and other publishing houses for books to be reviewed in the magazine.; Letters returning submitted manuscripts.; Correspondence and book review of Exploration of Alaska.; "The West Through Salt Spray," Fall 1964, Vol. I: 65 ff. Correspondence and manuscript about Richard Henry Dana, Jr. and his book Two Years Before the Mast.; Correspondence and book review of Diary &​ Sketchbook of a Journey to "America" in 1866, &​ Return Trip up the Missouri River to Fort Benton, Montana.; Correspondence about having the American West placed in overseas libraries by the United States Information Agency.; "Out of Work," Spring 1966, Vol. III: 54 ff. Correspondence and manuscript of a story about sailors around the turn of the century.; Correspondence about cooperative publications with Knopf publishers and having A. A. Knopf serve on the editorial board of American West. Letters to and from Angus Cameron, Knopf's representative in a venture of joint imprints.; Correspondence about an article submitted for publication.; Letters inquiring about the possibility of having articles published in the American West.; Letters asking Kingsport Press and other publishing houses to send books for review in the magazine.; Letters returning submitted articles.; Correspondence about the Western History Association and his acceptance and then resignation from a position on the editorial board of American West.; "A Cowboy Writes to Owen Wister," Fall 1965, Vol. II: 31 ff. Correspondence and manuscript.; Correspondence and a book review of New Mexico: A History of Four Centuries.; Correspondence about book reviews and a possible article for the American West. Also a letter describing the background of a conspiracy case involving the officers of the Western Federation of Miners in Colorado.; Correspondence about having him do a painting for the cover of the magazine.; Correspondence about an article she submitted for publication.; Correspondence about her article on Sakagawea.; Correspondence asking him to serve on the editorial board, ideas for possible articles and authors for publication, and a book review of First White Women Over the Rockies.; Correspondence asking permission to reprint certain articles in braille.; Correspondence about articles he would like to have published in American West.; Correspondence about an article on Able Bond.; Correspondence on an article submitted for publication.; Correspondence asking him to do a book review.; Correspondence and book review of The Canadian Identity.; "The Lady From Boston and the Omaha Indians," Fall 1966, Vol. III: 31 ff. Manuscript about Alice Cunningham Fletcher.; Correspondence concerning the availability of his photograph collection.; Correspondence asking him to do a book review.; Speech and information about the museum.; Letters inquiring about the possibility of having articles published in the American West.; Letters asking Lane Book Company and other publishers to send books for review in the magazine.; Letters returning submitted manuscripts.; Correspondence about an article he would like to have published in the American West.; Correspondence and book review of Red Cloud and the Sioux Problem.; Correspondence about an article he is doing for American West.; Introduction to "Zuni" by A. C. Vroman, Summer 1966, Vol. III.: 42 ff. Correspondence, copies of Vroman articles from Photo Era of 1901, and manuscripts.; Correspondence about an article on Alaska he would like to have published in the American West.; Correspondence about an article for the magazine from this gun expert.; Correspondence about publication of some Civil War sketches by Winslow Homer.; Correspondence about his article on Nevada gold prospectors.; Correspondence asking him to do a book review.; Correspondence about an article for the magazine.; Correspondence about doing a book review of some archeological publications.; Correspondence about an article she submitted.; Correspondence about reprinting some articles form a book he wrote.; Correspondence asking him to be a member of the editorial board, and assessments of the magazine. "Blue Grass," correspondence and copies of this John James Ingalls article for possible reprinting.; Correspondence and book review of A Portrait of Pancho: The Life of a Great Texan, J. Frank Dobie.; Correspondence. Inquiry about having the American West review publications from the service.; Correspondence about the controversy over his article about the Battle of Little Big Horn titled "Death of a Survivor."; Correspondence about articles submitted to the magazine.; Correspondence inquiring about an article on the Taos Fair.; Correspondence asking him to do a book review.; Correspondence about an article submitted for publication.; Correspondence about Morgan's work and publishing, including article ideas for the American West, and Morgan's bibliography. "A Western Diary," Spring 1965, Vol. II: 66 ff. Correspondence and manuscript of a review essay on the Hosea Stout journals edited by Juanita Brooks. "The Fur Trade and Its Historians," correspondence and manuscript drafts of this paper presented at the North American Fur Trade conference in 1965.; Correspondence about reprinting his article "Great Westward Tilt," and book review of The Pacific Slope: A History of California, Oregon, Washingon, Idaho, Utah and Nevada.; Correspondence about placing the magazine in the overseas libraries by the United States Information Agency and about the senator's magazine subscription.; Correspondence asking her to contribute an article.; Correspondence and book reviews of The Southern Cheyennes, Brave Warriors, and The Presidential Election of 1896.; Correspondence about his article on barbed wire.; Correspondence about the possibility of American West using his photographs.; Correspondence about possible articles and book review of Burlington Route: A History of the Burlington Lines.; Letters inquiring about the possibility of having articles published in the American West.; Letters asking publishers to send books for review in the magazine.; Letters returning submitted manuscripts.; Correspondence about a manuscript he submitted for publication.; Correspondence and book review of The Southwest of John Horton Slaughter.; Correspondence asking him to do a book review.; Correspondence and book review of Military Governments in California, 1846-1850.; Correspondence on an article submitted for publication.; Correspondence about the drawings he did for the magazine.; Correspondence about articles appearing in the American West and books published by the University of Nebraska Press 1965. "Mari Sandoz," Spring 1965, Vol. II: 32 ff. Correspondence and manuscript about this western author.; Correspondence about possible articles for the magazine, and book review of The California Trail: An Epic with Many Heroes; 1964-1965. "Books in Their Sea Chests." Summer 1965, Vol. II: 74 ff. Correspondence and manuscript drafts.; Letters inquiring about the possibility of having articles published in the American West.; Letters asking publishers to send books for review in the magazine.; Letters returning submitted manuscripts.; "Los Diablos Tejanos!" Summer 1965, Vol. II: 41 ff. Correspondence and drafts of the manuscript about the Texas Rangers.; Correspondence about an article submitted for publication.; Correspondence about a manuscript submitted to the American West.; Correspondence about the possibility of using some of W. H. D. Koerner's western paintings in the magazine.; Correspondence about articles submitted for publication.; Correspondence. As Graphics Editor for the magazine most of these letters are concerned with article lay-outs and illustrations as well as assessments of potential of various articles for use of graphics. "The Bear of the North," comments and information about this possible article on the ship Bear. "Master Mariner's Regatta," Summer 1964, Vol. I: 92 ff. Correspondence and manuscript about a sailing race. Introduction to "Packing in the Mountains of California," reprinted from Hitchings California Magazine of 1856, Summer 1965, Vol. III: 92 ff. Correspondence and manuscript. "The First Cable Car," Fall 1965, Vol. II: 14 ff. Correspondence and manuscript for the picture essay.; Correspondence about possible articles by Olsen, and a book review of The Nez Perce Indians and the Opening of the Northwest. "The 'Lasting Peace' of Fort Laramie," correspondence, and manuscript drafts of an article about the Treaty of 1866.; Correspondence about possible publication of a chapter from her forthcoming book.; Correspondence about an article submitted for publication.; Letters inquiring about the possibility of having articles published in the American West.; Letters asking publishers to send books for review in the magazine.; Letters returning submitted manuscripts.; "Moods, Memories, Mirages," correspondence and manuscript about the desert as portrayed in American magazines. Correspondence about an article for possible publication.; Correspondence about photographs and an article for possible publication.; Correspondence concerning three manuscripts submitted for publication.; "Christmas on the Plains," correspondence, and manuscript about Elizabeth Bacon Custer's memories of holidays on an army post.; Correspondence about his articles on the Kennecott Copper mining operation.; Correspondence asking him to write a book review and an article for publication.; Correspondence and book review of The Fur Trade on the Upper Missouri, 1840-1865.; Correspondence asking him to contribute an article.; Correspondence asking Powell to do a book review.; Correspondence about her article on Carrie A. Nation.; Letters inquiring about the possibility of having articles published in the American West.; Letters asking publishers to send books for review in the magazines.; Letters returning submitted manuscripts.; "Spanish Colonial Style," Summer 1966, Vol. III: 56 ff. Correspondence about the article and about obtaining illustrative photographs, charts, notes, and information; and drafts of the manuscript on architectural style.; Correspondence and book review of Negro Slavery in Louisiana.; Correspondence asking him to do an article on the history of Southwestern archaeology.; "Tapeworm Tickets and Shoulder Strikers," Fall 1966, Vol. III: 34 ff. Correspondence and outline for an article on the development of voting ballots.; Correspondence about two articles submitted for publication.; Correspondence about the possibility of Richardson writing an article for American West.; "Kansas Through a Camera in 1867," Summer 1965, Vol. II: 51 ff. Correspondence and manuscript about the photographer Alexander Gardner.; Correspondence and book reviews of "I Will Fight No More Forever," Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce War and The Military Conquest of the Southern Plains.; "Why They Went West," Summer 1964, Vol. I: 40 ff. Correspondence, and manuscript about economic opportunity in the West.; Correspondence requesting the use of a document in his possession to illustrate an article on the fur trade.; Correspondence about articles she would like to have published in the American West.; Correspondence about manuscripts submitted for publication.; Correspondence asking to have his book reviewed in the magazine.; Correspondence about an article submitted for publication.; "Spring Water With a Taste of the Land," Summer 1966, Vol. III: 64 ff. Correspondence and manuscript of an article about the Mexican presence in the Southwest.; Correspondence about a manuscript submitted for publication.; Correspondence and a book review of Forty Miles a Day on Beans and Hay: The Enlisted Soldier Fighting the Indian Wars.; Correspondence and a book review of A History of California Newspapers, 1846-1858.; "The Vaquero," Spring 1964, Vol. I: 44 ff. Correspondence and page proofs of an article about the Mexican "cowboy."; Correspondence about reviews of books on California and the review essay.; "The Western Stock Saddle,"Summer 1966, Vol. III: 32 ff. Correspondence, notes, illustrations and manuscripts.; Book Review essay of three books on salvage archeology.; Correspondence about the Western History Association and book review of History of Opera in the West. "Steinbeck's Image of the West," Spring 1964, Vol. I: 4 ff. Correspondence and manuscript.; Correspondence about the Western History Association, the Westerners Club, and the possibility of having Russell write book review essays for the American West.; Correspondence and a book review of Down the Colorado.; Correspondence about an article submitted for publication.; Letters inquiring about the possibility of having articles published in the American West.; Letters ordering maps from Rand McNally (1966) and asking other publishers to send books for review in the magazine.; Letters returning submitted manuscripts.; "Sylvester Mowry," Summer 1964, Vol. I: 14 ff. Correspondence and manuscript about this member of the United States Army in Utah.; Correspondence informing her that a review of one of her books will appear in the magazine and inviting her to do an article for publication.; Correspondence about possible publication of her article on Yosemite.; "Frenchmen, Englishmen, and the Indian," Fall 1964, Vol I: 4 ff. Correspondence about the article and accompanying photographs, notes, and manuscript drafts.; "Wagons to Chihuahua," correspondence, notes, maps, information and drafts of the manuscript for this article about the Texas-Chihuahua cargo trail.; Correspondence on an article submitted for publication.; Correspondence detailing his dissatisfaction with the magazine.; "Guns in the Canadian West," February 1967, Vol. IV: 30 ff. Correspondence and manuscript versions.; Correspondence about possible articles for the magazine.; "Why the Aspen Quake/​The West: One Man's Testament," correspondence about reprinting this Sevareid article from the Saturday Review, including a copy of the article.; "School Days," correspondence, and manuscript for an article reminiscing about ranch life in Montana around the turn of the century.; Correspondence asking him to do a book review essay.; Correspondence requesting American West review his books and offering to submit articles to the magazine.; Correspondence about her article on Alaska.; Correspondence about extracting portions of Mrs. Sherman's father's book Green Timber for publication in the American West.; Correspondence and book reviews of Rural Land Tenure in the United States: A Socio-Economic Approach to Problems, Programs, and Trends and Land Use Policy and Problems in the United States.; Correspondence about articles she would like to have published.; "The Penney-Auction Rebellion," Fall 1965, Vol. II: 64 ff. Correspondence, notes, and manuscripts of this article about foreclosures during the depression of the 1930s.; "Camp Followers All," Spring 1966, Vol. III: 56 ff. Correspondence and manuscripts for this article about army wives.; Correspondence seeking permission to use an Ansel Adams photograph from a Club publication.; Book review of Man-Made Disaster: The Story of St. Francis Dam...; Correspondence about selling his photographs for publication in the American West.; Correspondence and a book review essay on Western trails and a review of War for the Colorado River.; Correspondence and a book review of Gayoso: The Life of a Spanish Governor in the Mississippi Valley, 1789-1799.; Correspondence about possible articles and western movie reviews and book reviews of Tom Horn: Man of the West, Why the West was Wild, and One Man's Montana 1964. "Lord of the Powder River," Summer 1964, Vol. 1: 58 ff. Correspondence and manuscript of an article about Moreton Frewen.; Correspondence concerning possible publication of his article about the Pony Express.; Correspondence about a series of articles about California that he would like to have published in the American West.; Correspondence on his article about the Kansas County Wars.; Correspondence about a manuscript submitted for Lorena Ann Olmstead by her representative.; Correspondence asking him to do an article or a book review for the magazine.; Correspondence and a book review of Minnesota and the Manifest Destiny of the Canadian Northwest: A Study in Canadian-American Relations.; Correspondence asking him to contribute an article and do a book review for the magazine. "The Dude from Limerick," Fall 1966, Vol. III: 53 ff. Correspondence and manuscript which is chapter six of A Gallery of Dudes which is also included. This particular article is about Windham Thomas Wyndham-Quin.; Correspondence about the magazine and a book review of History of Colorado.; "Custer in Fiction, "Fall 1964, Vol. I: 47 ff. Correspondence and manuscript.; Correspondence. Letters about the possibility of extracting an article from one of his forthcoming books, having Stegner contribute an article, and evaluate other manuscripts as a member of the Editorial Board 1965. "On the Writing of History," Fall 1965, Vol II: 6 ff. Correspondence and drafts of the manuscript.; Correspondence and book review of The Fur Trader and the Indian.; Correspondence and book review of Josiah Belden, 1841 California Overland Pioneer: His Memoir and Early Letters.; Correspondence commenting on the review section of the magazine.; Correspondence asking her to do a book review.; "Andrew Jackson Grayson," Summer 1965, Vol. II: 19 ff. Correspondence, picture captions and drafts of a manuscript on this artist-naturalist of the West.; Correspondence about a possible descriptive article of the Ayer Collection of the Newberry Library.; Correspondence asking him to contribute an article.; Correspondence inquiring about the possibility of having him review books for the magazine.; "Hayden and the Badlands," February 1967, Vol. IV: 40 ff. Correspondence about this article which was published after Mortensen was no longer editor.; Book review of The Fist in the Wilderness.; "From Sagebrush to Hay and Back Again," Winter 1964, Vol. I: 20 ff. Correspondence about this article on early architecture of the West; 1965. Correspondence and photocopies of photographs for possible use in other issues of the magazine. "A Conversation with Joe Pfeiffer," Fall 1965, Vol. II: 8 ff.; Letters inquiring about the possibility of having articles published in the American West.; Letters asking publishers to send books for review in the magazine.; Letters returning submitted manuscripts.; Correspondence regarding the possible publication of an article from his manuscript "Great Western Short Stories," and about publication of the book in cooperation with Knopf. Also included is the introduction to the book. 1965. Introduction to Mark Twain's "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County," Fall 1965, Vol. II: 73 ff. Correspondence and drafts of the manuscript.; "Walter Murray Gibson: Great Mormon Rascal," Spring 1964, Vol. I: 18 ff. Correspondence and manuscript.; Correspondence about an article on Alaska.; Correspondence and book review of Recollections of Charley K. Russell.; Correspondence about an article submitted for publication.; Correspondence about a possible article for the Spanish Borderlands issue of the magazine.; "The Tribe and the Common School," correspondence about reprinting this article on the Ashland, Oregon school in the 1880s from The Call Number.; Correspondence about her article on Cochise.; Letters inquiring about the possibility of having articles published in the American West.; Letters asking publishers to send books for review in the magazine.; Letters returning submitted manuscripts.; "The West and Its Public Lands," correspondence about publishing this speech in the American West.; "Cowhands, Cow Horses and Cows," Winter 1966, Vol. III: 64 ff. Correspondence and manuscript with revisions.; Correspondence about the possibility of placing the magazine in overseas libraries.; Correspondence and book review of General Henry Atkinson: A Western Military Career.; Correspondence. As a member of the Editorial Board and the Council of the Western History Association, Utley's letters include assessments of the magazine, suggestions for future articles and news of the association. Also included are book reviews and notices of books dealing with Western Indians 1965. "Kit Carson and the Adobe Walls Campaign," Winter 1965, Vol. III: 4 ff.; Letters inquiring about the possibility of having articles published in the American West.; Letters asking the University of California Press (1963-1966), University of Illinois Press (1963-1965), University of Nebraska Press (1963-1964), University of Washington Press (1963-1965), and other publishers to send books for review in the magazine.; Correspondence about articles submitted for publication.; Correspondence about manuscripts she would like to have published in the magazine.; Correspondence on a number of articles submitted by Mr. Vernam.; Correspondence requesting a copy of a photograph of Lone Wolf which was printed in the magazine.; Letters asking publishers to send books for review in the magazine.; Correspondence asking him to consider submitting a paper he delivered for possilbe publication.; Correspondence about articles submitted for publication.; Correspondence about her article on the Hawaiian sandlewood trade.; Correspondence about articles for the American West extracted from his Ph.D. dissertation.; Correspondence. Letters and memorandums which are ideas for articles for the magazine and remarks about the publication 1965. "The Americanization of Sitka," Spring 1965, Vol. II: 49 ff. Correspondence, manuscript and graphics of this article about Alaska. "Requiem for the Federation." Correspondence and manuscripts with revisions of this article about the Western Federation of Miners.; Correspondence about her articles on Navajo Indians. See also Unpublished Manuscripts.; Correspondence about using his photographs to illustrate an article.; "Winnetow of Der Wild West." Correspondence and manuscript of this article reprinted from the Saturday Review about Karl May.; Correspondence about articles submitted for publication.; Correspondence of a graphics editor for the magazine includes suggestions for articles and illustrations, and book review of Following the Frontier With F. Jay Haynes: Pioneer Photographer of the Old West. "Lumber Ships at Puget Sound," Fall 1965, Vol. II: 50 ff. Manuscript drafts for this photograph essay.; Correspondence asking him to submit an article.; Correspndence inquiring about the possibility of having American West reprint articles from the Brand Book and offering to send issues fo their Brand Book for review.; Correspondence about articles submitted for publication.; Correspondence about articles submitted to the magazine for consideration. See also Unpublished Manuscripts.; "The Legacy of the Middle Ages," Spring 1966, Vol. II: 72 ff. Correspondence, notes, copy of the article to be reprinted from Speculum: A Journal of Medieval Studies.; Correspondence about possible reprinting of "The Lazo" by R. B.C. Graham.; Correspondence on an article submitted for publication.; Correspondence and a book review of A History of Steamboating on the Upper Missouri River.; Correspondence and outline of an article he would like to have considered for publication.; Correspondence and book review of From Spain by Sea to the Californias, 1519-1668.; Correspondence about an article submitted for publication.; Correspondence and book review of Rip Ford's Texas and Rebellious Ranger: Rip Ford and the Old Southwest.; Correspondence about obtaining art prints from the American West.; Correspondence about the Western History Association and its relationship with the American West. As a member of the editorial board there are also comments about the magazine. Also included is a book review of the two volumes which contain the papers read at the first and second conferences of the association.; Correspondence about a paper considered for publication.; Correspondence and book review essay on Custer and the Great Controversy: The Origin and Development of a Legend and The Last Days of the Sioux Nation. "Spotted Tail: Warrior, Diplomat," Fall 1964, Vol. I: 38 ff. Correspondence and manuscripts.; "Western Folklore and History," Vol.1: 44 ff. Manuscripts both complete and incomplete.; Letters inquiring about the possibility of having articles published in the American West.; Letters asking publishers to send books for review in the magazine.; Letters returning submitted manuscripts.; Correspondence and a statement of "greeting and challenge" to be published in the first issue.; "Since Lewis and Clark," Fall 1965, Vol. II: 22 ff. Correspondence and manuscript of an article retracing this exploration route.; "The Fight That Could Have Meant War," Spring 1966, Vol. III: 16 ff.; Correspondence and manuscript of an article about the role of Lemuel H. Spilsbury, a Mormon scout in Mexico in the battle at Carrizal, Mexico during the United States Army's attempts to capture Pancho Villa. "First Cutting, 1925," Fall 1966, Vol. III: 16 ff. Correspondence and manuscripts for these reminiscences of working on a ranch in Wyoming.; Correspondence about an article submitted for publication.; Letters asking publishers to send books for review in the American West.; Correspondence about a poem submitted for publication.; Correspondence about articles he would like to write for publication in the American West.; These manuscripts are available for research use, but may not be copied without written permission from the author.; "Claus Spreckles and the Hawiian Revolution of 1893." Correspondence and manuscript.; "Contemporary Sketches of Nevada in the 1870s." Manuscript.; "Chihuaha, Chiracohua Apache Chief." Correspondence and manuscript.; "Chinese in the West: The Emerging Web of Control." Correspondence and manuscript.; "The West of Timothy O'Sullivan," correspondence and manuscript of an article about this western photographer. Photographs accompanying this article have been placed in the Photograph Archives.; "Woolies and Woolie Wranglers of the Old West." Correspondence and manuscript about sheepherders.; "Antlers Hotel." Manuscript about this establishment in Colorado 1965. "Eureka, Nevada." Correspondence about a possible photo-essay. Photographs have been placed in Photograph Archives 1965. "Transport in the Comstock's Early Years." Correspondence and manuscript of an article about the Nevada mining fields.; "The American Centaur: The Story of the Indian and His Horse." Correspondence and manuscript.; "Footprints They Left Here." Correspondence and manuscript introducing a poem about ancient Indians.; "The California Gold Rush and the Mentally Ill." Correspondence, and manuscript about the changes in treatment precipitated by the influx of population during the gold rush years.; "The Mountain Meadows." Correspondence and drafts of a manuscript about the history of the Meadows as part of the Old Spanish Trail.; "The Wild March of Doniphan's Missourians." Correspondence and manuscript about the Mexican War.; "Wildlife Ecology and the Fur Trade." Correspondence and manuscript.; "Francis P. Farquhar." Correspondence and manuscript.; "The Doctor." Correspondence and manuscript about a frontier physician.; "Anza's Bones in Arizpe." Correspondence and manuscript about Juan Bautista de Anza.; "Who Put the Litter in Western Literature?" Correspondence and manuscript.; "Some Literary and Other Uses of the Frontier." Correspondence and manuscript.; "Archer Butler Hulbert: Historian Who Followed the Trails." Correspondence 1965. "John Gantt." Correspondence and manuscript about a fur trader.; "The West Against Itself." Correspondence and a 1961 speech by the Assistant Secretary of the Interior.; "The Making of a Regional Bibliography" and "Bryant." Correspondence and manuscripts.; "Sam Colt as a Progressive Industrialist." Correspondence and manuscript.; "The Odyssey of the Magpie and the Prairie Dog." Correspondence and manuscript about shipment of western animals to President Jefferson by the Lewis and Clark Expedition.; "They Played for Gold." Correspondence and manuscript about theatre in the mine frontier.; "An 1864 Journey from St. Joe to Idaho." Correspondence and manuscript from the diary and memoirs of George Forman.; Poetry. Correspondence about his poems.; "The Spanish Horse and the American West." Correspondence and manuscript.; "The Choctaw Removal of 1831: A Civilian Effort." Correspondence and manuscript.; "Sunbonnet and Calico." Correspondence and manuscript about homesteader's wives.; "Cyrus Dallin: Master Sculptor of the Plains Indians." Correspondence and manuscripts.; "The Hose Companies." Correspondence and manuscript about this division of early fire departments.; "Billy the Kid, The Cowboy Outlaw." Correspondence and manuscript.; "John G. Neihardt, Chronicler of the West." Correspondence and manuscript about this western poet.; "The Documentary Artists of the Early West." Correspondence.; "The Mexican Approach to United States History." Correspondence and manuscript.; "Frontier Texas Editors." Correspondence and manuscript.; "Joys of Discovery - History and Historical Research." Correspondence and copy of the lecture delivered at Brigham Young University.; "Across the Plains in 1852 - Jean Le Poidevan." Correspondence and manuscript.; "Lake Chelan: History Once Over Lightly." Correspondence and manuscript.; "The Samuel Colt 'Nobody Knew'." Correspondence and manuscript.; "What a Boy Saw in Wyoming." Correspondence and a manuscript of Hicks' childhood reminiscences.; "The Avenging Angels." Correspondence and manuscript about this group reputed to be an enforcement arm of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. "Heads I Win." Correspondence and manuscript about a murder in the Jackson Hole area of Wyoming.; "Custer and the Little Big Horn." Correspondence and manuscript of a psychological study of George Armstrong Custer.; "Did the Mustangs Come from Rochester?" Correspondence and manuscript about the origin of horses in America.; "Cornelia Adair: Queen of the JA." Correspondence and manuscript.; "Pathfinder of Pagagueria." Correspondence and manuscript about Father Kino.; "The Search for Lopez." Correspondence and manuscript about the manhunt for Rafel Lopez.; "Western History in the Secondary School." Correspondence and manuscript.; "The Origins of the Navajo Police." Correspondence.; "Exploring the Black Hills, 1874." Correspondence and manuscript.; "The New York Herald Interviews Captain Jack in the Lava Beds." Correspondence and manuscript about an interview with a warring Indian chief during the Modoc War of 1873.; "The Authorship of the H. H. Bancroft Histories." Correspondence and manuscript.; "The Road to Malibu." Correspondence and manuscript.; "They Called Him 'Lucky'." Correspondence about an article on E. J. Baldwin.; "Organize Yourselves in One Common Brotherhood." Correspondence and manuscript about labor unions.; "Headless in Parral." Correspondence and manuscript introducing photographs of Dave Rudabaugh.; "Sam Houstons' Three Years in the Wild West." Correspondence and manuscript.; "William Drummond Stewart and the Old West." Correspondence and manuscript.; "Brann--The Fighting Iconoclast." Correspondence and manuscript about William Cowper Brann, a newspaper editor.; "Across the Plains in '65." Correspondence and manuscript.; "Reducing California's Fat Hill." Correspondence and manuscript about mining in California.; "Surely Goodness and Mercy Have Followed Us." Correspondence and manuscript about Eliza Hart Spalding.; "Sing Along With Yorick." Brief introduction to a child's song.; "That Crazy Frenchman of Dakota." Correspondence and manuscript about Antoine-Amedee-Marie-Vincent Manca de Vallambrosa, Marques de Mores.; Unpublished poetry and correspondence.; "Bells" and "As I Remember It." Correspondence and poems.; "How I Went to Denver." Correspondence from Hugo C. Soest and copy of her travel journal of 1862.; "Five Days in Lincoln." Correspondence and manuscript about the Lincoln County War in New Mexico, 1878.; "Harold Ickes 'Private Park' in the West," correspondence and manuscript about Olympic National Park.; "Humorist on Tour: Artemus Ward." Correspondence and manuscript.; "Wild Apaches in the Effete East." Correspondence and manuscript about John P. Clum.; "Imperfect Sympathies." Correspondence and poems.; "Frontier Prostitutes." Correspondence and manuscript.; "Old Woman of the Sky." Correspondence and manuscript about a frontier incident in New Mexico.; "Hamlet at the Little Big Horn." Correspondence and manuscript of a psychological study of George Armstrong Custer.; "Lewis and Clark." Correspondence and poetry.; "Counterinsurgency in the Southwest: Captain Crawford's Apache Scouts." Correspondence and manuscript.; "Utah's Sour Sugar Story." Correspondence and manuscript.; "Terrace, End of the Dream Line." Correspondence and manuscript about Chinese railroad workers in the Utah settlement.; "Was Frank Dobie a 'Throwback' to Mark Twain?" Correspondence and manuscript.; "The Destruction of the Devilfish." Correspondence and manuscript about whaling and Captain Charles Melville Scammon.; "Justice for Jim Talbot." Correspondence and manuscript.; "Cowboy Without Cows." Correspondence and manuscript about the popularity of Owen Wister's novel The Virginian.; "Gringo Courier for Madero." Correspondence and manuscript about the Madero Revolution in Mexico in 1911.; "Franklin's Scarlett Lady: Her Background and Success." Correspondence and unpublished manuscript.; "The History of Park City." Unpublished Manuscript written for a History 587 course taught by Mortensen at the Univeristy of Utah.; Papers published in Aspects of the Fur Trade: Selected Papers of the 1965 North American Fur Trade Conference, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, 1967.; Letters between A. Russell Mortensen, the Minnesota Historical Society and various authors about publication of papers presented at the conference.; Notes regarding the publication possibility for the papers presented at the conference.; "On the Growth and Significance of the Fur Trade of the U.S." Manuscript with revisions and first manuscript.; "From Competition to Union." Manuscript.; "Fur Trade Sites: Canada." Correspondence and manuscript.; "Some American Characteristics of the American Fur Company, 1898-1834." Manuscript.; "Fur Trade Sites: The Plains and the Rockies." Manuscripts.; "The Fur Trade and Its Historians." Manuscript.; "The Northwest Company: Pedlars Extraordinary." Manuscript.; "Symbol, Utility and Aesthetics in the Indian Fur Trade." Manuscript.; "Historic Sites, Archeology and the Fur Trade." Manuscript.; These manuscripts are available for research use, but may not be copied without written permission from the authors.; "Wildlife, Ecology, and the Fur Trade." Correspondence and Manuscript.; "Archaeological Investigation at the Site of Longlac Trading Post." Manuscript.; "Problems and Opportunities in Fur Trade Research." Manuscript.; "The Fur Trade Rendezvous of the Central Rockies." Manuscript.; "The Functions of a Fur Trade Centre." Manuscript.; "Bibliographical Control of Fur Trade Sources." Manuscript.; "A Pictorial Archive for the Fur Trade." Manuscript.; "Speech at Fur Trade Conference." Manuscript.; "Fur Trade Main Line - Lachine to Athabasca." Manuscript.; "Problems and Opportunities in Fur Trade Research," and "The Role of the Fur Trade in Shaping Anglo-American Affairs." Manuscript.; "Men of the Fur Trade." Manuscript.; "The Women of the Fur Traders." Manuscript.; "The Fur Trade and the Emerging Geography of North America, 1600-1800." Manuscript.; "The United States Army and the Fur Trade," Manuscript.; "The Buildings of the Fur Trade." Manuscript.; "Problems and Opportunities in Fur Trade Research." Manuscript.; "A Librarian Looks at Fur Trade Literature." Manuscript.; "Fur Trade Goods." Manuscript.; "Archeological Evcavations at Grand Portage: An 18th Century Fur Trade Metrolpolis." Manuscript.; MAY NOT BE VIEWED UNTIL 2017.; Kit Carter III, Inez S. Cooper, Mary Kate Cochran, James F. Doster, Joe B Frantz, Gregory B. Free, Herb Hoover, Gene H. 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Oldshue, John Pancake.; Correspondence, information and newspaper clippings.; Correspondence.; Correspondence, information on the editing of the Aubrey Haines manuscript on Yellowstone Park, Charlie Thompson Prize Committee.; Correspondence, information on visits to various places to present National Historic Landmark Commission plaques and certificates.; American Association for State and Local History.; Bicentennial series grant proposal.; Bicentennial series grant increase proposal.; Bicentennial series grant extension proposal.; Information and the series and the authors.; Bicentennial series, correspondence.; American Association for State and Local History.; Bicentennial series correspondence.; Including the program, awards, and executive committee correspondence.; Correspondence and information on the Committee on Historic Resources.; Correspondence.; Correspondence, drafts and final copy of "The Work of History in Fairfax County: An Appraisal and Recommendations," by A. 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