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South Dakota United Nations Association Convention
South Dakota United Nations Association Convention
Hours of the Virgin, Vellum, France
Hours of the Virgin, Vellum, France
Hours of the Virgin, Vellum, Flemmish
Hours of the Virgin, Vellum, Flemmish
Hours of the Virgin, Vellum, France
Hours of the Virgin, Vellum, France
Hours of the Virgin, Vellum, woodcut borders, Paris
Hours of the Virgin, Vellum, woodcut borders, Paris
Compendio telle historie del regno di Napoli
Compendio telle historie del regno di Napoli
Itinerarivm Benjaminis
Itinerarivm Benjaminis
The Travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a noble Roman, into East-Indian and Arabia Deserta
The Travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a noble Roman, into East-Indian and Arabia Deserta
The Old and New Testament connected in the history of the Jews and neibouring nations
The Old and New Testament connected in the history of the Jews and neibouring nations
Richard Pococke
Richard Pococke
A new survey of the globe
A new survey of the globe
Views in the Ottomon empire
Views in the Ottomon empire
The works of William Hogarth: from the original plates
The works of William Hogarth: from the original plates
This collection is composed of three diaries of J.M Aldrich during his tenure as a student at Dakota Agricultural College from 1885-1888. The diaries give an invaluable account on life as a student during the early years of the college. The diaries are separated into three volumes, one for each year Aldrich was a student at the college. Between 1930 and 1932, Aldrich made typewritten transcripts copied from his original diaries and included parenthetical comments for clarification. Each daily entry states the day and date, which are underlined, and relate Aldrich's daily activities. Most of the entries are trivial, recounting the activity of each day, but give an excellent portrayal of the atmosphere of Dakota Territory life in the 1880s. Topics included in the diaries range from accounts of his journeys between his home in Minnesota to Brookings to administrative upsets such as President George Lilley losing his position to Lewis McLouth.
Volume 1: First year at Dakota Agriculture College [Preservation copy]
This collection is composed of three diaries of J.M Aldrich during his tenure as a student at Dakota Agricultural College from 1885-1888. The diaries give an invaluable account on life as a student during the early years of the college. The diaries are separated into three volumes, one for each year Aldrich was a student at the college. Between 1930 and 1932, Aldrich made typewritten transcripts copied from his original diaries and included parenthetical comments for clarification. Each daily entry states the day and date, which are underlined, and relate Aldrich's daily activities. Most of the entries are trivial, recounting the activity of each day, but give an excellent portrayal of the atmosphere of Dakota Territory life in the 1880s. Topics included in the diaries range from accounts of his journeys between his home in Minnesota to Brookings to administrative upsets such as President George Lilley losing his position to Lewis McLouth.
Volume 2: Second year at Dakota Agricultural College [Preservation copy]
This collection is composed of three diaries of J.M Aldrich during his tenure as a student at Dakota Agricultural College from 1885-1888. The diaries give an invaluable account on life as a student during the early years of the college. The diaries are separated into three volumes, one for each year Aldrich was a student at the college. Between 1930 and 1932, Aldrich made typewritten transcripts copied from his original diaries and included parenthetical comments for clarification. Each daily entry states the day and date, which are underlined, and relate Aldrich's daily activities. Most of the entries are trivial, recounting the activity of each day, but give an excellent portrayal of the atmosphere of Dakota Territory life in the 1880s. Topics included in the diaries range from accounts of his journeys between his home in Minnesota to Brookings to administrative upsets such as President George Lilley losing his position to Lewis McLouth.
Volume 3: Third year at Dakota Agricultural College [Preservation copy]
J.M. Aldrich portrait
J.M. Aldrich Diaries
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.
Notebooks: Grasses for 1888 and 9: Grains for 1988
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.
Notebooks: Grasses, clovers and forage
N.E. Hansen wearing a Siberian costume and holding a sheaf of wild Siberian flowered alfalfa.
N.E. Hansen in Siberian costume with a sheaf of alfalfa in 1906
Prunus persica. Dbl. fl. Peach. Kaises VII.  Plant specimen collected by N.E. Hansen, 1924. The peach (Prunus persica) is a deciduous tree native to the region of Northwest China between the Tarim Basin and the north slopes of the Kunlun Shan mountains, where it was first domesticated and cultivated. N.E. Hansen (1866-1950) was a Danish-American horticulturist and botanist who was a pioneer in plant breeding. Hansen came to South Dakota in 1895 and became the first head of the Horticultural Department of South Dakota State College. He also served as agricultural explorer for the United States Department of Agriculture. He searched for hardy grasses, fruits, and other plants throughout Europe and Asia and brought them back to the United States to raise or crossbreed with American varieties to produce hardy plants. Specimen is mounted on an 11.5 x 16.5 inch herbarium sheet accompanied by a label with hand-written notation in pencil ink.
Plant specimen: Prunus persica. Dbl. fl. Peach. Kaises VII.
Field research notebook of N.E. Hansen. Alfalfa and clover plats planted July 20, 1907. Varieties studied originated from Norway, Turkistan, Russia, Siberia, Sweden, Lapland, and South America. Handwritten.
Notebooks: Alfalfa and clovers plat: Book 1
Field research notebook of N. E. Hansen. Alfalfa and clover grasses planted May 1908. Varieties studied originated from Norway, Turkistan, Russia, Siberia, Sweden, Lapland, and South America. Several varieties came from the Moscow Agricultural College (Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy).
Notebooks: Alfalfa and clovers plat: Book 2
Dean Rufus Buel McClenon, 1904-1909
Dean Portrait: McClenon, R.B. (Rufus Buel)
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.
Notebooks: Alfalfa's: 1911-M-1-tc
Pinus pungens, also called Table Mountain Pine, hickory pine, prickly pine or mountain pine. This small pine is native to the Appalachian Mountains in the United States. Plant specimen collected by C.S. Sargent, 1912, first director of the Arnold Arboretum, Herbarium of Iowa College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Ames, Iowa. N.E. Hansen graduated from Iowa State College with a bachelor's degree in horticulture in 1887. It is likely Hansen obtained this specimen during his time at the college. N.E. Hansen (1866-1950) was a Danish-American horticulturist and botanist who was a pioneer in plant breeding. Hansen came to South Dakota in 1895 and became the first head of the Horticultural Department of South Dakota State College. He also served as agricultural explorer for the United States Department of Agriculture. He searched for hardy grasses, fruits, and other plants throughout Europe and Asia and brought them back to the United States to raise or crossbreed with American varieties to produce hardy plants. Specimen is mounted on an 11.5 x 16.5 inch herbarium sheet accompanied by a label with hand-written notation in pencil ink.
Plant specimen: Pinus pungens, also called Table Mountain Pine, hickory pine, prickly pine or mountain pine.
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.
N.E. Hansen among the Kirghiz Tartars in Semipalatinsk, Siberia in 1913
N.E. Hansen on the hardy alfalfa trail in Siberia, there are three horse-drawn wagons in a town, Hansen is riding on the first wagon.
N.E. Hansen on the hardy alfalfa trail Siberia in 1913
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.
Courtyard in Semipalatinsk, Russia in 1913
N.E. Hansen is seated the back of a horse drawn wagon full of wild Siberian alfalfa, there are camels behind him and several other people around him, the photographs was taken while N.E. Hansen was among the Kirghiz Tartars in Semipalatinsk, Siberia.
N.E. Hansen on the hardy alfalfa trail among the Kirghiz Tartars in Semipalatinsk, Siberia in 1913
Research notebook for N.E. Hansen's experiments with alfalfa, which were conducted throughout South Dakota in 1913. Places include Faith, Ipswich, Isabel, Kadoka, Lemmon, Miller, Mobridge, Pierre, Vivian, and Winner. Varieties studied include Samara, Cossack, Cherno, and Semipalatinsk.
Notebooks: Alfalfa book
Dean Joseph Newton  Rodeheaver, 1908-1913
Dean Portrait: Rodeheaver, J.N. (Joseph Newton)
Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, November 9, 1914
Correspondence
Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, November 16, 1914
Correspondence B
Letter: R.F. Pettigrew to H.L. Loucks, November 28, 1914
Correspondence
Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, November 5, 1914
Correspondence
Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, November 16, 1914
Correspondence A
Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, January 4, 1915
Correspondence
Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, October 19, 1915
Correspondence
Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, November 12, 1915
Correspondence
Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, November 14, 1915
Correspondence
Letter: R.F. Pettigrew to H.L. Loucks, April 22, 1915
Correspondence
Letter: R.F. Pettigrew to H.L. Loucks, November 20, 1915
Correspondence
Letter: R.F. Pettigrew to H.L. Loucks, November 30, 1915
Correspondence
Dean Bertram Everett McProud, 1913-1915
Dean Portrait: McProud, B.E. (Bertram Everett)
Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, Janurary 21, 1915
Correspondence
Letter: R.F. Pettigrew to H.L. Loucks, March 31, 1915
Correspondence
Letter: R.F. Pettigrew to H.L. Loucks, April 9, 1915
Correspondence
Letter: R.F. Pettigrew to H.L. Loucks, May 21, 1915
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Letter: R.F. Pettigrew to H.L. Loucks, October 14, 1915
Correspondence
Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, January 18, 1915
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Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, March 10, 1915
Correspondence
Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, March 26, 1915
Correspondence
Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, April 19, 1915
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Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, October 8, 1915
Correspondence
Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, November 26, 1915
Correspondence
Letter: R.F. Pettigrew to H.L. Loucks, March 13, 1915
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Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, January 20, 1915
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Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, April 7, 1915
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Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, December 23, 1915
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Letter: R.F. Pettigrew to H.L. Loucks, June 22 1915
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Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, February 10, 1916
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Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, May 26, 1916
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Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, June 16, 1916
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Letter: R.F. Pettigrew to H.L. Loucks, January 11, 1916
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Letter: R.F. Pettigrew to H.L. Loucks, March 14, 1916
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Letter: R.F. Pettigrew to H.L. Loucks, May 16, 1916
Correspondence
Edgar S. McFadden Research Notes
Research Notebooks
Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, April 6, 1916
Correspondence
Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, May 15, 1916
Correspondence
Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, July 24, 1916
Correspondence
Letter: R.F. Pettigrew to H.L. Loucks, May 12, 1916
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Letter: R.F. Pettigrew to H.L. Loucks, May 30, 1916
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Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, January 14, 1916
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Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, February 22, 1916
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Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, March 17, 1916
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Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, May 19, 1916
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Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, May 24, 1916
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Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, July 28, 1916
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Letter: R.F. Pettigrew to H.L. Loucks, February 7, 1916
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Letter: R.F. Pettigrew to H.L. Loucks, February 28, 1916
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Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, March 13, 1916
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Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, April 21, 1916
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Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, May 4, 1916
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Letter: H.L. Loucks to R.F. Pettigrew, June 17, 1916
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Edgar S. McFadden in uniform during World War I in 1917
Edgar S. McFadden in uniform during World War I in 1917
Edgar S. McFadden Research Notes
Research Notebooks
Edgar S. McFadden during Hobo Day at South Dakota State College in 1917
Edgar S. McFadden during Hobo Day at South Dakota State College in 1917
Invoice of the Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railway Company
Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railway Company Collection
McFadden family in 1919
McFadden family in 1919
Dean C.H. Brady, 1915-1920
Dean Portrait: Brady, C.H. (Charles Harvey)
1921 Little International Livestock Show Catalog
Annual Little International Agricultural Exposition Catalog
1922 Little International Livestock Show catalog
Annual Little International Agricultural Exposition Catalog
Dean Arleigh C. Griffin, 1920-1922
Dean Portrait: Griffin, A.C. (Arleigh C)
1923 Little International catalog
Annual Little International Agricultural Exposition Catalog
Aceraceae Neck. Acer Mairunduense ? et Mey.. Plant specimen from the maple family collected by N.E. Hansen, 1924. N.E. Hansen (1866-1950) was a Danish-American horticulturist and botanist who was a pioneer in plant breeding. Hansen came to South Dakota in 1895 and became the first head of the Horticultural Department of South Dakota State College. He also served as agricultural explorer for the United States Department of Agriculture. He searched for hardy grasses, fruits, and other plants throughout Europe and Asia and brought them back to the United States to raise or crossbreed with American varieties to produce hardy plants. Specimen is mounted on an 11.5 x 16.5 inch herbarium sheet accompanied by a label printed in Russian in Cyrillic letter with hand-written notation in black ink.
Plant specimen: Aceraceae Neck. Acer Mairunduense ? et Mey. Plant specimen from the maple family
Rosaceae B. Juss. Spirea media Schmidt. Plant specimen collected by N.E. Hansen, 1924. N.E. Hansen (1866-1950) was a Danish-American horticulturist and botanist who was a pioneer in plant breeding. Hansen came to South Dakota in 1895 and became the first head of the Horticultural Department of South Dakota State College. He also served as agricultural explorer for the United States Department of Agriculture. He searched for hardy grasses, fruits, and other plants throughout Europe and Asia and brought them back to the United States to raise or crossbreed with American varieties to produce hardy plants. Specimen is mounted on an 11.5 x 16.5 inch herbarium sheet accompanied by a label printed in Russian in Cyrillic letter with hand-written notation in blank ink.
Plant specimen: Rosaceae B. Juss. Spirea media Schmidt
Rosaceae B. Juss. Pyrus ussuriensis Max +P. Sinensis Lindl. Plant specimen collected by N.E. Hansen, 1924, also known as the Ussurian pear, Harbin pear, and Manchurian pear, is a species of flowering plant in the family Rosaceae. It is native to Korea, Japan, and the Ussuri River area of far eastern Russia. N.E. Hansen (1866-1950) was a Danish-American horticulturist and botanist who was a pioneer in plant breeding. Hansen came to South Dakota in 1895 and became the first head of the Horticultural Department of South Dakota State College. He also served as agricultural explorer for the United States Department of Agriculture. He searched for hardy grasses, fruits, and other plants throughout Europe and Asia and brought them back to the United States to raise or crossbreed with American varieties to produce hardy plants. Specimen is mounted on an 11.5 x 16.5 inch herbarium sheet accompanied by a label printed in Russian in Cyrillic letter with hand-written notation in blank ink.
Plant specimen: Rosaceae B. Juss. Pyrus ussuriensis Max =P. Sinensis Lindl.
Mausoleum of General Ma Zhanshan in Harbin, China; written in pencil on the back: Mausoleum built by General Ma for himself and two wives, Harbin, China, 1924.
Mausoleum of General Ma Zhanshan in Harbin, China in 1924
Ornamental plantings in a garden in Harbin, China; written in pencil on the back: Garden at Harbin 1924.
Garden in Harbin, China in 1924
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