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Thomas Daschle House Papers

  • DA 01
  • Papers
  • 1964-1992

TIn 1978, Daschle was elected to the United States House of Representatives, winning the race by a margin of 110 votes, following a recount, out of more than 129,000 votes cast. Daschle served four terms in the House of Representatives and quickly became a part of the Democratic leadership.

At the 1980 Democratic National Convention Congressman Daschle received 10 (0.30%) delegate votes for Vice President of the United States. Although he was not a candidate, Daschle (along with others) received votes against incumbent Walter Mondale, who was re-nominated easily.

he U.S. House of Representatives papers is composed of some campaign files and voting record information. Also included is "The Daschle Record" which contains 12 books compiled by his staff containing Daschle's voting record, sponsorships, and summaries of committee and subcommittee records from 1979 to 1986.

Due to the size and scope of the Daschle collection this collection was minimally processed. This means that material was placed in acid-free folders and containers, but processing at the item level was keep to a minimum. Only folders that had little or no description were looked into with more depth. Artifacts, such as plaques, framed items, textiles, art, and other three-dimensional items, were separated and placed in appropriate storage. Photographs were also separated and placed in proper storage containers.

Dates for each folder were chosen on what could be quickly ascertained. The dates are meant to give researchers a general idea of the dates of the material that is in each folder. These dates were selected on what could be quickly ascertained. If there was a range of dates covering material, then the earliest date was chosen.

Daschle, Thomas

N.E. Hansen

  • UA 053.004
  • Papers
  • 1879-2004

The N.E. Hansen papers represent a comprehensive archive chronicling the career of Niels Ebbesen Hansen. The collection encompasses a diverse range of materials, including authored articles, bulletins, and circulars from Hansen's tenure at the South Dakota Experiment Station, as well as field notebooks, and ledgers from the South Dakota Horticultural Society.

Contributions from Helen Hansen Loen, Hansen's granddaughter, further enrich the collection with addresses, correspondence, journals, and travel documents, offering a deeper understanding of his professional and personal life. Notable highlights include addresses delivered by Hansen at prestigious events like the International Congress of Genetics in Berlin, underscoring his scholarly impact.

The collection's breadth extends to reports on forestry, sheep, and forage crops, reflecting Hansen's diverse interests. Manuscripts delve into topics ranging from agricultural practices to fine arts, while photographs document Hansen's expeditions to Siberia and Northern China, providing visual context to his exploratory work. Of particular significance are Hansen's manuscripts examining Soviet Russia's socio-political and economic landscape from 1934 to 1937. These writings offer valuable insights into agricultural collectivization, industrialization, and societal dynamics during that period, complementing Hansen's broader contributions to agricultural science.

Hansen, N.E. (Niels Ebbesen), 1866-1950

SD Ag Experiment Station: Agronomy Department field records

South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station field research notebook of N.E. Hansen. Research on varieties of soybeans, alfalfa, and kochia were conducted in Highmore, SD and Brookings, SD during 1943. Handwritten.

Hansen, N.E. (Niels Ebbesen), 1866-1950

Notebooks: Grasses, clovers and forage

Research notebook for N.E. Hansen's experiments with grasses, clovers, and forage that were conducted near the Hunter Salzer Farm by Mellet, South Dakota in 1897 with remarks about 1896. The first part of the notebook discusses his experiments on 38 plots, which included numerous varieties of grasses, oats, wheat, alfalfa, clovers, and corn. The notebook also details his research on an additional 64 plots of grasses and forage plants. The notes include his assessments of the varieties and comments regarding the weather.

Hansen, N.E. (Niels Ebbesen), 1866-1950

Notebooks: Grasses for 1888 and 9: Grains for 1988

  • UA 53.4 - B01-F14
  • Folder
  • 1888-1889
  • Part of N.E. Hansen

N.E Hansen's research notebook regarding field experiments for grasses and grains in 1888 and 1889. The field consisted of 66 plots. He studied 92 varieties in total including: 22 grasses, 9 clovers, 20 wheats, 23 oats, 14 barleys, 1 rye. Hansen was assisted by John M. Aldrich, Alvah George Cross, and J.G. Ross.

Hansen, N.E. (Niels Ebbesen), 1866-1950

Notebooks: Alfalfa's: 1911-M-1-tc

Research notebook for N.E. Hansen's experiments with alfalfa for 1911, with notes regarding 1909 and 1910 experiments. Varieties studied include Omsk, Cossack, Samara, North Sweden, Obb Siberia, and Cherno.

Hansen, N.E. (Niels Ebbesen), 1866-1950

Recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen at South Dakota State College in 1949

  • UA53-04-0170
  • Photograph
  • 8/25/1949
  • Part of N.E. Hansen

South Dakota Governor Mickelson congratulates Dr. N.E. Hansen on his long-time term of service at South Dakota State College and his distinguished work as a plant breeder as he addresses a crowd of 250 relatives, friends, and associates during the ceremonies commemorating the achievements of Dr. Hansen in the field of horticulture, this occurred in front of Lincoln Memorial Library

Recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen at South Dakota State College in 1949

  • UA53-04-0167
  • Photograph
  • 8/25/1949
  • Part of N.E. Hansen

Unveiling of the rock and bronze tablet commemorating Dr. N.E. Hansen's work, it was located in between the Administration Building and the Horticulture Building; left to right: unknown man, Frank Cundill, South Dakota State College President Leinbach; Governor Mickelson; Dr. Hansen; Carl Hansen; Harry Dory; and Lucille Dory

Recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen at South Dakota State College in 1949

  • UA53-04-0164
  • Photograph
  • 8/25/1949
  • Part of N.E. Hansen

Monument dedicated to N.E. Hansen in recognition to his service to South Dakota State College, it was located in between the Administration Building and the Horticulture Building; the bronze citation reads: 'South Dakota State College seeks to perpetuate the memory of its long-time fruit and plant breeder: Niels Ebbesen Hansen. Born at Rebe, Denmark, January 4, 1866, came to the United States in 1873. Made Professor of Horticulture of South Dakota State College in 1895; Professor Emeritus in 1937. A world traveler and collector of plants, he developed drought resistant verities of fruits, flowers, and grasses for the Great Plains. His efforts provided the people of the Great Plains the means through which they enjoy a better living. August 25, 1959.' The rock was donated by Jno E. Gueffroy from near Colman, South Dakota. It is approximately 4.5 feet tall, 4.5 feet wide, with a 26 inch base.

Recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen at South Dakota State College in 1949

  • UA53-04-0163
  • Photograph
  • 8/25/1949
  • Part of N.E. Hansen

Rock and bronze tablet commemorating Dr. N.E. Hansen's work; left to right: South Dakota State College President Leinbach; Lucille Dory, member of the Board of Regents; Governor Mickelson; Dr. Hansen; Frank Cundill, member of the Board of Regents; A. M. Eberle, Dean of Agriculture; and Arlington Eddy, chairman of arrangements.

Memorial dedicated to N.E. Hansen at South Dakota State College in 1949

  • UA53-04-0159
  • Photograph
  • 8/25/1949
  • Part of N.E. Hansen

Monument dedicated to N.E. Hansen in recognition to his service to South Dakota State College, it was located in between the Administration Building and the Horticulture Building; the bronze citation reads: 'South Dakota State College seeks to perpetuate the memory of its long-time fruit and plant breeder: Niels Ebbesen Hansen. Born at Rebe, Denmark, January 4, 1866, came to the United States in 1873. Made Professor of Horticulture of South Dakota State College in 1895; Professor Emeritus in 1937. A world traveler and collector of plants, he developed drought resistant verities of fruits, flowers, and grasses for the Great Plains. His efforts provided the people of the Great Plains the means through which they enjoy a better living. August 25, 1959.' The rock was donated by Jno E. Gueffroy from near Colman, South Dakota. It is approximately 4.5 feet tall, 4.5 feet wide, with a 26 inch base.

Dr. N.E. Hansen, undated

Rare portrait of Dr. N.E. Hansen without a beard, he is wearing an overcoat and a hat and seated in a chair

N.E. Hansen at a South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station display, undated

N.E. Hansen stands in front of the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station display, there is a sign that encourages viewers to 'Join the State Horticultural Society' and features the Waneta Plum, there is a sign for 'Breeding Hardy Fruits"" and may South Dakota State College pennants and a United States flag hanging on the wall in the booth

N.E. Hansen in Chelyabinsk, Russia in 1934

  • UA53-04-0145
  • Photograph
  • 1934-07-27 to 1934-10-29
  • Part of N.E. Hansen

N.E. Hansen looking at a sapling tree at in orchard in Chelyabinsk, Russia with two other men; written in pencil on the back: Tscheljabinsk 1934

Two Karakul fat tailed sheep of Turkistan, undated

Two Karakul fat tailed sheep were white long haired woolen sheep found in Turkistan that N.E. Hansen urged should be imported to the United States for dry hot regions like Arizona and New Mexico

Karakul fat tailed sheep of Turkistan, undated

Karakul fat tailed sheep were white long haired woolen sheep found in Turkistan that N.E. Hansen urged should be imported to the United States for dry hot regions like Arizona and New Mexico

Apple specimen, undated

Apple sliced in half and photographed with a ruler for scale for N.E. Hansen's research

Courtyard in Semipalatinsk, Russia in 1913

  • UA53-04-0125
  • Photograph
  • 1913-05-29 to 1913-11-08
  • Part of N.E. Hansen

People in a courtyard by a large ornate tower made of brick with a crumbling archway, Russian words written in Cyrillic script is on the building, taken during N.E. Hansen's trip to Semipalatinsk, Russia

N.E. Hansen among the Kirghiz Tartars in Semipalatinsk, Siberia in 1913

  • UA53-04-0124
  • Photograph
  • 1913-05-29 to 1913-11-08
  • Part of N.E. Hansen

N.E. Hansen (wearing black collared overcoat and a hat) is standing by two horses drawing an unknown type of machinery, possible a planter of some king, there are three men, one driving and two sitting on the planter, the photograph was taken while N.E. Hansen was among the Kirghiz Tartars in Semipalatinsk, Siberia

Steamer ship at the port on Tokyo Bay at Yokohama, Japan in 1924

  • UA53-04-0120
  • Photograph
  • 1924-07-26 to 1924-10-17
  • Part of N.E. Hansen

Passengers waiting to board a steamer ship by the dock at the port in Tokyo Bay at Yokahama, Japan, the ship is possibly a steamer ship called the Admiral from a line of ships owned and operated by the United States government; written in pencil on the back: Yokohama 1924

Steamer ship at the port on Tokyo Bay at Yokohama, Japan in 1924

  • UA53-04-0118
  • Photograph
  • 1924-07-26 to 1924-10-17
  • Part of N.E. Hansen

Passengers waiting to board a steamer ship by the dock at the port in Tokyo Bay at Yokahama, Japan, the ship is possibly a steamer ship called the Admiral from a line of ships owned and operated by the United States government; written in pencil on the back: Yokohama 1924

Steamer ship at the port on Tokyo Bay at Yokohama, Japan in 1924

  • UA53-04-0119
  • Photograph
  • 1924-07-26 to 1924-10-17
  • Part of N.E. Hansen

Passengers waiting to board a steamer ship by the dock at the port in Tokyo Bay at Yokahama, Japan, the ship is possibly a steamer ship called the Admiral from a line of ships owned and operated by the United States government; written in pencil on the back: Yokohama 1924

Steamer ship at the port on Tokyo Bay at Yokohama, Japan in 1924

  • UA53-04-0117
  • Photograph
  • 1924-07-26 to 1924-10-17
  • Part of N.E. Hansen

Steamer ship by the dock at the port in Tokyo Bay at Yokahama, Japan, a porter is walking on the dock by the ship, the ship is possibly a steamer ship called the Admiral from a line of ships owned and operated by the United States government; written in pencil on the back: Yokohama 1924

Steamer ship at the port on Tokyo Bay at Yokohama, Japan in 1924

  • UA53-04-0116
  • Photograph
  • 1924-07-26 to 1924-10-17
  • Part of N.E. Hansen

Steamer ship by the dock at the port in Tokyo Bay at Yokahama, Japan, the ship is possibly a steamer ship called the Admiral from a line of ships owned and operated by the United States government; written in pencil on the back: Yokohama 1924

Steamer ship at the port on Tokyo Bay at Yokohama, Japan in 1924

  • UA53-04-0115
  • Photograph
  • 1924-07-26 to 1924-10-17
  • Part of N.E. Hansen

Steamer ship by the dock at the port in Tokyo Bay at Yokahama, Japan, the ship is possibly a steamer ship called the Admiral from a line of ships owned and operated by the United States government; written in pencil on the back: Yokohama 1924

Steamer ship at the port on Tokyo Bay at Yokohama, Japan in 1924

  • UA53-04-0114
  • Photograph
  • 1924-07-26 to 1924-10-17
  • Part of N.E. Hansen

Steamer ship by the dock at the port in Tokyo Bay at Yokahama, Japan, people are riding bicycles on the dock, the ship is possibly a steamer ship called the Admiral from a line of ships owned and operated by the United States government; written in pencil on the back: Yokohama 1924

Dock at the port in Tokyo Bay at Yokahama, Japan in 1924

  • UA53-04-0113
  • Photograph
  • 1924-07-26 to 1924-10-17
  • Part of N.E. Hansen

Steamer ship by the dock at the port in Tokyo Bay at Yokahama, Japan, there are people waiting to board the ship on the dock, a small boat is in the water in the foreground, the ship is possibly a steamer ship called the Admiral from a line of ships owned and operated by the United States government; written in pencil on the back: Yokohama 1924

Temple in Seoul, Korea in 1924

  • UA53-04-0103
  • Photograph
  • 1924-07-26 to 1924-10-17
  • Part of N.E. Hansen

People walking on a street toward a temple in Seoul, Korea in 1924; written in pencil on the back: Seoul, Korea 1924

Temple in Seoul, Korea in 1924

  • UA53-04-0102
  • Photograph
  • 1924-07-26 to 1924-10-17
  • Part of N.E. Hansen

People walking on a street toward a temple in Seoul, Korea in 1924; written in pencil on the back: Seoul, Korea 1924

Temple in Seoul, Korea in 1924

  • UA53-04-0101
  • Photograph
  • 1924-07-26 to 1924-10-17
  • Part of N.E. Hansen

People walking on a street toward a temple in Seoul, Korea in 1924; written in pencil on the back: Seoul, Korea 1924

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