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Fort Robinson

RG0501 Fort Robinson, Nebraska Records, etc.: 1874-1988 Cubic ft.: 16 Approx. # of Items: 23 reels of microfilm, 25 Boxes, 288 microfiche, and uncounted Oversize blueprints of Fort

HISTORICAL NOTE

In March 1871, the United States Government authorized the establishment of a military camp at the Red Cloud Agency on the White River. Home of some 13,000 Indians, the agency was one of the most troublesome spots on the Plains. The camp was named Camp Robinson in honor of Lt. Levi H. Robinson, who had been killed by Indians the previous month. In May 1874, the camp was relocated west of the agency and in June 1878 was officially designated Fort Robinson. Between 1876 and 1890, Fort Robinson played an active role in the Indian Wars. In May of 1877, Crazy Horse surrendered at Fort Robinson and was killed there on September 5, 1877, while resisting imprisonment in the post guardhouse. The following year, Cheyenne Indians led by Chief Dull Knife escaped from their reservation in the Indian Territory and a group of some 150 were finally captured by troops from Fort Robinson. Imprisoned in a cavalry barracks, the Cheyenne refused to return to the Indian Territory and attempts were made to starve them into submission. Finally, on the night of January 9, 1879, the Cheyenne escaped and began a running fight with the Fort Robinson garrison. During the next two weeks, troops from the fort pursued the Indians in the nearby Butte country, and finally killed or captured the last of them on January 22nd, 1879. During the 1880's, Fort Robinson reverted to garrison life and in 1885 the Ninth Cavalry, an all Negro unit, arrived to occupy the post. During this time, the Fort was enlarged and military training was a major activity. With the advent of the Ghost Dance religion among the Sioux in 1890, troops from Fort Robinson served in a campaign which culminated in the Battle of

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ADDED ENTRIES:

Allison, W. B. (William Boyd), 1829-1908 BIRTHS--NEBRASKA--FORT ROBINSON Brisbin, James S., 1837-1892 Burt, A. S. (Andrew Sheridan), 1839-1915 Carleton, C. H. (Caleb Henry), 1836-1923 Carpenter, L. H. (Louis Henry), 1839-1916 CHEYENNE INDIANS Chicago and Northwestern Railroad Company Coates, E. M. (Edwin Morton), 1836-1913 COURTS MARTIAL CRAZY HORSE (TASHUNCA-VITCO) (OGALLA SIOUX), c.1849-1877 Crook, George, 1828-1890 DEATHS--NEBRASKA--FORT ROBINSON DULL KNIFE (TAH-ME-LA-PASH-ME) (CHEYENNE CHIEF), d.1879 Egbert, A. R. (Augustus R.) [1st Lt., 2nd Inf] Fletcher, J. S. (Joshua S.) Jr. [Lt Col 2nd Infantry] FORTS--NEBRASKA--CONSTRUCTION Hatch, Edward, 1832-1889 HORSE BREEDING HORSE SHOWS Humphrey, B. S. (Ballard S.) [Lt., 9th Cavalry] INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA--GREAT PLAINS MARRIAGES--NEBRASKA--FORT ROBINSON McCrary, George W. (George Washington), 1835-1890 MILITARY LIFE--Nebraska MILITARY RESERVATIONS--NEBRASKA PRISONER-OF-WAR CAMPS--Nebraska PRISONER-OF-WAR CAMPS--SOUTH DAKOTA PRISONER-OF-WAR CAMPS--WYOMING Sheridan, Phil H. (Philip Henry), 1831-1888 Sherman, W. T. (William Tecumseh), 1820-1891 United States Adjutant General United States Army. 8th Cavalry United States Army. 9th Cavalry United States Army. 10th Cavalry United States Army. 12th Cavalry United States Army. Fourth Field Artillery Battalion United States Army Continental Command United States Army Expeditionary Forces United States Army Veterinary Corps United States Bureau of Indian Affairs United States Department of Agriculture United States Provost Marshal General WAR DOG TRAINING CAMPS--NEBRASKA

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Wessels, H. W. (Henry W.) Jr.

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Wounded Knee on December 29, 1891. Following this, the last major battle of the Indian wars, the Fort was garrisoned by the Tenth, Eighth, and Twelfth Cavalries. During the First World War activity at the Fort was reduced due to the demand for troops to serve in Europe. In 1919, Fort Robinson became a quartermaster remount depot which eventually became the largest such facility in the world. Thousands of horses and mules were bred and trained for use by the Army, and remount stallions were distributed to breeders throughout the area greatly improving the local stock. The fort was also the home of the Fourth Field Artillery Battalion from 1928-1932, and during the Second World War became the site of a K-9 corps training center and a German prisoner-of-war camp. In 1948-1949, Fort Robinson was de-activated as a military post and the reservation became a beef cattle research station operated by the United States Department of Agriculture. Today, in addition to being a beef cattle research station, Fort Robinson is a Nebraska State Park. The University of Nebraska and the State Historical Society both operate branch museums at the Fort, and it is jointly administered with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

This collection is comprised of original and microfilmed records relating to the history and administration of the fort as well as original and microfilmed drawings of fort buildings and structures. The collection is divided into 11 subgroups: 1) Records on microfilm, 1874-1940; 2) Livestock Records (Vet Hospital), 1923-1949; 3) Personnel Records, 1936-1948; 4) Administrative Records, 1876-1964; 5) Licenses, Leases and Agreements, 1885-19495); 6) Remount Depot, 1919-1945; 7) Prisoner-of-War Camp, 1944-1947; 8) Fire Station, 1844-1946; 9) War Dog Training Camp, 1943-1946; 10) Historical Records, 1874-1949; and 11) Building Records, 1884-1998. Records relate to the history of Fort Robinson, Nebraska, 1874-1949. The first Subgroup consists of microfilm copies of official records held by the National Arc hives and Records Service. These records relate to general military affairs and activities at Fort Robinson, 18741929 and include material relative to troop strength, hospital records, post orders and returns, and to military campaigns. The microfilm was copied from various collections held by the National Archives including RG98, Records of the United States Army Commands; RG94, Records of the Office of the Adjutant General; RG120, Records of the A.E.F.; and RG393, Records of the U.S. Army Continental Commands. Subgroups Two thru Nine consist of 19 boxes of archival material relating to the operation of Fort Robinson, 1874-1949. The bulk of this material covers the period 1930-1948 during the time that the fort was Quartermaster's remount depot and a war dog training center. Included are remount stallion records, personnel records, War Dog training manuals, and general administrative records. Included is an original guard report book, 1877-1878. Subgroup Ten includes historical records collected and preserved regarding the early history of Fort Robinson.

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Subgroup Eleven includes all building and structure records relating to the Fort, 18741947. Included are two volumes on microfilm containing a complete building inventory of the fort, 1905-1942, with photographs of salvaged, destroyed, or existing buildings kept by the U.S. War Department. The original volumes are housed in the Archives. This subgroup also includes building drawings on microfiche, located in the East Reference Room of the Historical Society, and many oversize drawings relating to construction at the fort. An inventory of these drawings follows the regular collection inventory. Some drawings and additional historical material are located at the Fort Robinson museum. Copies of the microfilm can also be found there. The microfilmed portions of this collection were selected from the National Archives by James C. Olson in 1955. Additional microfilm was purchased by the State Archives. The structure inventory volumes of Subgroup Eleven were microfilmed by the Historical Society in 1968. One box of correspondence for the remount depot was accessioned in 2007.

Related Collections: RG500 U.S. War Department RG014 Nebraska State Historical Society

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DESCRIPTION

SERIES ONE RECORDS ON MICROFILM, 1874-1946

SUBSERIES ONE Roll #1 NARS RG098 (1960) 35mm pos. #20,204 CORRESPONDENCE, 1879-1900 Special File, 905-M-1879, U.S. Army Commands, Division of the Missouri, Inquiry into the Cheyenne Outbreak, 1879

Roll #1A 8705AGO - Letters Received by Adjutant Gen. MC666 Correspondence relating to confinement of AR449 (1966) nearly 150 Northern Cheyenne at Fort NARS RG094 Robinson, their refusal to return to Indian Territory, their escape from the Fort, and the attack by Capt. Henry Wessel's Co., 1878 Dec. 20, 1878 thru FEb. 5, 1879 NOTE: With Introduction and letter coding glossary Roll #2 GSA (1955) #20,205 Roll #3 GSA (1955) NARS (RG098) #20,206 Roll #4 GSA (1955) NARS (RG098) #20,207 Selected Post Letters Sent, 1884-1890 U.S. Army Commands, Fort Robinson (NARS, RG098), cont. to reel 3 Selected Post Letters Sent, 1890-1894 U.S. Army Commands, Fort Robinson from March 13, 1890-July, 1894 continued to reel #4 Selected Post Letters Sent, 1894-1902 U.S. Army Commands, Fort Robinson Aug. 3, 1894 - Dec. 31, 1902 Selected Post Letters Sent, 1898-1900 U.S. Army Commands, Fort Robinson March 1, 1898 - p.264, Jan. 8, 1900 Selected Quartermaster Letters Received 9th Cavalry Log Book, Jan. 8, 1873 - p.39, June 10, 1890 Item #3, Roll #4 continued, pp. 40-440 June 10, 1890-March 17, 1891

Roll #5 GSA (1955) #20,208

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RECORDS ON MICROFILM (cont)

CORRESPONDENCE (cont) U.S. Army Continental Commands, Ft. Robinson Letters and Endorsements Sent, V.1, 1901-1902 (see also xerox copy, B.20, f.8-10 POST ORDERS, 1874-1897 Item #2, Post Orders, 1874-1880 February 27, 1874 - April 28, 1880 Post Orders, 1880-1882 Apr. 29, 1880 - March 20, 1882 includes court martial, John Smith

SUBSERIES ONE Roll #11 GSA (1968) NARS RG393 SUBSERIES TWO Roll #5 cont. Roll #6 NARS (1955) RG098 (R.4) #20,209 Roll #7 NARS (1955) RG098 (R.5) #20,210

Post Orders, 1882-1888 March 22, 1882 - April 8, 1888 (includes court martials) V.1 cont., thru Order #192, 12/29/1885 V.2, p.1 - Order #1, Jan. 1, 1886 thru p.258 - Order #60, Mar. 31, 1887 V.3, p.1 - Order #61, Apr. 1, 1887 thru p.262 - Court Martial Order #55 March 22, 1888 V.4, p.1 - Order #56, Mar. 23, 1888 funeral of pvt. John F. Carter Troop H, 9th Cavalry thru p.13 - Order #67, Apr. 8, 1888 Court Martial Case #3 1888

Roll #8 NARS (1955) RG098 (R.6) #20,211

Post Orders, 1888-1897 V.4 cont., p.14 - Case #3 cont., 1888 thru p.264 - Order #96, Apr. 28, 1889

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SERIES ONE

RECORDS ON MICROFILM (cont)

POST ORDERS, 1874-1897 V.5, p.1 - Order #97, Apr. 29, 1889 thru p.263 - Order #24, Feb. 6, 1890 V.6, p.1 - Order #25, Feb. 7, 1890 thru p.260 - Order #213, Oct. 6, 1890 V.7, p.1 - Order #214, Oct. 7, 1890 thru p.263 - Order #56, Apr. 7, 1892

SUBSERIES TWO Roll #8 cont.

V.8, p.1 - Order #55, Apr. 6, 1892 thru p.263 - Order #10, Feb. 8, 1894 V.9, p.1 - Order #11, Feb. 13, 1894 thru p.243 - Order #18, Aug. 6, 1897 Roll #9 NARS (1955) RG098 (R.7) #05,073 Post Orders, 1897 cont. V.9 cont., p.244 - Order #19, Aug. 7, 1897 thru p.248, G.O. #25, Oct. 16, 1897

SUBSERIES THREE Roll #9 cont.

POST MEDICAL HISTORIES, 1887-1913

RG098, Record of Medical History of Post (indexed) V.1, p.1 May 1887 - p.351, 2/1/1896 V.2 (indexed) p.1, Sanitary Inspection, Feb. 29, 1896 thru p.352A, Dec. 31, 1909 (includes Health Stats, marriages, deaths, births, hospital admittance and discharges including civilians, and autopsy reports. V.3 (no index) p.1 Jan. 1910 - p.56 June 1913

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RECORDS ON MICROFILM (cont)

POST MEDICAL HISTORIES, 1887-1913

SUBSERIES THREE Roll #10 GSA (1982) NARS RG094 #02,000

RG098, Record of Medical History of Posts Ft. Kearney (36pp) thru Ft. Robinson (retake of reel #9)

Roll #11 RG393, U.S. Army Continental Command part 2 Item #2, Register of Patients, GSA (1969) February 1884 - November 1886 NARS RG393 SUBSERIES FOUR Roll #12 NARS, MC617 AR1028 (1965) POST RETURNS, 1874-1939 NARS RG094, Adjutant General Post Returns, Apr. 1874 - Dec. 1884 NOTE: P.1 - Indian Wars Data and Precedent Returns File Roll #13 NARS, MC617 AR1029 (1965) Roll #14 NARS, MC617 AR1030 (1965) Roll #15 NARS, MC617 AR1031 Roll #16 GSA (1968) Spec. Order NARS RG094, Adjutant General Post Returns, Jan. 1885 - Dec. 1894

NARS RG094, Adjutant General Post Returns, Jan. 1895 - Dec. 1906

NARS RG094, Adjutant General Post Returns, Jan. 1907 - Dec. 1916

NARS RG120, A.E.F., 1917-1921 Post Returns, Dec. 1917 - Jan. 1917 Rosters, June 1918, July 1919 Remount Depot Returns Dec. 1919 - June 1919 Dec. 1920 - Jan. 1920 May 1919 - July 1918 Monthly Rosters, Dec. 1919 - June 1918 Medical Dept Returns, Dec. 1920 - July 1918 Veterinary Corps, Dec. 1910 - July 1919 Transportation Service, 1921 - Sept 1920 Q.M. Corps, Jan. 1920, Sept 1919 - July 1918

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RECORDS ON MICROFILM (cont)

SUBSERIES FOUR POST RETURNS (cont) Roll #16 cont. NARS RG120, A.E.F. cont. Semi-Monthly Personnel Reports Remount Depot, Jan. 1920 - Jan. 1919 Strength Returns, Hdqtrs, Q.M.C. Dec. 31, 1939 - May 1921 Quartermaster Corps, 1939+ Finance Department Veterinary Corps Medical & Dental Service Medical Department Strength Returns cont. Q.M. Corps, Aug. 1939 - Jan. 1936 Veterinary Corps, Dec. 1939 - Jan. 1936 PRISONER-OF-WAR CAMP, 1943 NARS, RG389 - Provost Marshal General P.M.G.O. Inspection Reports, Mar-Dec 1943 List of Officers Guard Regulations, Oct. 1943 Drawing of Compound Compound Security Layout Daily Work Detail, Dec. 20, 1943 Blank Forms NARS, RG389 - Provost Marshal General Report on Field Service Visit, 2/14/1945 G.O. #13, Nov. 17, 1944 G.O. #4, May 19, 1945 Report of Visit, 12/19/1943 List of Officers Guard Regulations, 1943 Visits (in reverse order), 1943-1945 Mar 1945 - Nov. 1943 Field Service Camp Surveys (in rev. order) July 31, 1944 - June 28, 1945 Labor Reports, 3/31/1946 - 6/15/1944 Visits to Scottsbluff Camp, 1943-1945 Camp Regulations, Scottsbluff, July 1943 S.O. #87, Scottsbluff, 9/2/1943 Camp Visit, Scottsbluff, 2/12/1945

Roll #17 NARS (1968)

SUBSERIES FIVE Roll #18 GSA (1968) spec. order

Roll #19 GSA (1981) spec. order

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RECORDS ON MICROFILM (cont)

PRISONER-OF-WAR CAMP, 1943 P.O.W. Camp Reports (cont) Visit, Scottsbluff, July 1944 & July 1945 Visit, Veteran, Wyo., 12/18/1944 Visit, Scottsbluff, Feb. 12, 1945 Clippings on German Prisoners Intellectual Diversion Program, 1/24/1944 Film Questionnaire, 1945 Spec. Order #304, 12/20/1944 Visit, Scottsbluff, July 29, 1944 Report, German POW Reveals Anti-Nazi Sentiment, Nov. 1, 1944 Visit, Veteran, Wyo., Feb. 14, 1945 Labor Reports, Scottsbluff, 1945 Labor Reports, Scottsbluff & Camp Carson, Col. Mar. 15, 1946 - June 1944 MISCELLANEOUS, 1863-1958 "Horses, Mules and National Defense," Dept of the Army - Office of Quartermaster General, 1958 (History, 1863-1958) (includes information on Ft. Robinson Remount Depot) Guard Report Book, 1877-1878 (see also original record, Series Ten)

SUBSERIES FIVE Roll #19 cont.

SUBSERIES SIX Roll #1 NARS 64.278

Roll #2 NSHS #04,798 Roll #3 NARS (1988) #22,994

MC KAY, Sgt. Barney - Court Martial Transcript of court martial of Sgt. McKay, Troop G, 9th Cavalry, June 1-21, 1893

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SERIES TWO LIVESTOCK RECORDS (VET HOSPITAL), 1923-1950

B.01 B.02 B.03 f.1-17 f.18-29 f.30-36 f.37 f.38 f.39 f.40 f.41-43 f.44 B.04 B.05 f.45 f.46-51 f.52 f.53 f.54 V.01 f.55 f.56 V.03 Stallion Record Files Stallion Record Files Brood mare breeding & produce files Fort Robinson Horse Show and Olympic Team Exhibit, 1935 Fort Robinson Horse Show, 1941 Fort Robinson Horse Show, 1943 Horse Racing, 1944-1947 Livestock Shows, 1947-1948 Horse Show Programs, 1948 Horse Exhibition Corres., 1947-1949 Sale of Surplus Stock, 1944-1948 Sale of Animals Corres., 1944-1949 Animals on Hand, n.d. Post Animal Records, 1946-1947 Foaling Record, 1947-1949 Jockey Club of NY re foals, 1950 History of the Veterinary Corps, 1939-1945 RX Book V.1, Vet Hospital, 1924-1936

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Veterinary Hospital Log, 1932-1938 RX Book V.2, Vet Hospital, 1942-1946 ND Stallion Register Files, 1928-1944 Veterinary Supplies, 1948

STALLION/BREEDER FILES, 1925-1950 Organized by name of horse/stallion in alphabetical order B. 01 f. 1 Uncertain, 1943 f. 2 Acropolis, 1929-1945 f. 3 Adanor, 1924-1942, Park E. Keeney (Agent, Colorado) f. 4 Admiral Bayly, 1923-1933 f. 5 After Me, 1944-1941 f. 6 Ah Ben, 1932-1940 f. 7 Air Chief, 1929-1940, Herbert Brereton (Agent, Nebraska)

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f. 8 Airforce, 1937-1944 f. 9 Al Strauss, 1923-1927, Mr. G.L. Payton (Agent, Nebraska) f. 10 Alcazar, 1938-1939 f. 11 Aldeano, 1927-1942 f. 12 Alexander Hamilton, 1923-1926 f. 13 Algernon, 1933-1943 f. 14 Alhaamed, 1942-1944 f. 15 All American, 1926-1929 f. 16 All Over, 1930-1931 f. 17 Allen's Choice, 1925-1943 f. 18 American Eagle, 1924-1925 f. 19 American Smile, 1941-1946, W.M. Romage, Bones Bros & Herbert Fish (Agents, Utah & Montana) f. 20 Ampelos, 1931-1937, Earl Monahan (Agent, Nebraska) f. 21 Areomail, 1938-1943 f. 22 Ann Dolly, 1932-1941 f. 23 Anotherone, 1939-1946 f. 24 Apprediate, 1930-1931 f. 25 Ardwan, 1920-1925, Dan Hinton (Agent, Arizona) f. 26 Argonne, 1921-1922, Mr. Mansfield Dunning (Agent, Montana) f. 27 Arjac, 1945-1946 f. 28 Arnold, 1925-1929 f. 29 Ashby, 1925-1939 f. 30 Ashland Boy, 1945-1946 f. 31 Ashton, 1922-1929 f. 32 Ask Me Another, 1933-1943 f. 33 Astraled, 1922-1924 f. 34 Aurum, 1921-1926 f. 35 Autumn Bloom, 1939-1944 f. 36 Autumn Mark, 1935-1942 f. 37 Arabian Brood Mare, 1941-1943 f. 38 Bachelor Bird, 1932-1943 f. 39 Bachelor's Bliss, 1920-1925, W.H. Driggers (Agent, New Mexico) f. 40 Back Fence, 1942-1944 f. 41 Bahka, 1920-1925, Joe Parker (Agent, New Mexico) f. 42 Balroma, 1931-1946 B. 02 f. 1 Balustrade, 1924-1925 f. 2 Bank Roll, 1938-1940 f. 3 Barberry, 1938-1947, Arthur Wilbur & E. H. Grant (Agents, Colorado) f. 4 Barrons, 1938-1944 f. 5 Barushan, 1920-1925, J.T. Johnson (Agent, New Mexico) f. 6 Battersea, 1925-1933 f. 7 Balance Wheel, 1923-1930, H.I. Lawrence & Pierre, S.D. (Agents, S. Dakota) f. 8 Battle Cry, 1924-1931, E.D. Mossman (Agent, N. Dakota) f. 9 Battle Royal, 1930-1932, Edward Pfluger (Agent, N. Dakota)

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f. 10 Bay Barton, 1937-1938 f. 11 Bayflight, 1942-1944 f. 12 Beachcomber, 1921-1929 f. 13 Beau's Ship, 1943-1944 f. 14 Beck Forth, 1932-1934 f. 15 Belcross, 1927-1928 f. 16 Bellini, 1927-1935, Wyoming Hereford Ranch (Cheyenne, Wyoming) f. 17 Belpre, 1922-1929 f. 18 Ben Gow, 1925-1926 f. 19 Benares, 1939-1941, Ivan V. Metzger (Agent, N. Dakota) f. 20 Bereavement, 1933-1944 f. 21 Besom, 1930-1931, Agent, Ed Springer, Cimarron, N.M. f. 22 Bet Mosie, 1925-1936, Crow Indian Agency (Montana) f. 23 Betelguese, 1926-1933 f. 24 Better Still, 1935-1943 f. 25 Bewithus, 1933-1944 f. 26 Biff Bang, 1926-1927 f. 27 Big Blaze, 1938-1943 f. 28 Big Flag, 1940-1943 f. 29 Big Horn, 1932-1935 f. 30 Big Light, 1937-1944 f. 31 Big Luke, 1931-1938, Wilmer C. Porter (Agent, Wyoming) f. 32 Big Spring, 1932-1942 f. 33 Billbo, 1939-1943 f. 34 Billy Mc Laughlin, 1929-1932, Dr. W.A. Heap (Watrous, N.M.) f. 35 Biloxi, 1931-1935 f. 36 Bimbo, 1934-1943 f. 37 Bivouac, 1939-1943 f. 38 Black Dove, 1932-1934, Marshall H. Flake (Snowflake, Arizona) f. 39 Black Warwick, 1931-1940 f. 40 Blithewood, 1926-1936, E.C. Robbins Ranch (Agent, Kansas) f. 41 Blue Ash, 1931-1938 f. 42 Blue Bull, 1928-1934, Mr. E.W. Smith (Montana) f. 43 Blue Coat, 1921-1924, R.W. Lewis (Agent, Colorado) f. 44 Blue Don, 1937-1938, Arthur Wilber (Agent, Colorado) f. 45 Blue Gauntlet, 1939-1946, Guy McDaniel, Remount Headquarters & A.J. Becksted (Agents, Colorado) f. 46 Blue Trace, 1940-1943 f. 47 Bo McMillan, 1932-1941 f. 48 Bo Gordon, 1938-1943 f. 49 Bob Romanesque, 1938-1945 f. 50 Bolivar Bond, 1928-1930 f. 51 Bomar, 1939-1941 f. 52 Bone Dry, 1922-1929, Oscar Balo (Agent, S. Dakota) f. 53 Bonnie Wrack, 1928-1938, Howard K. Linger, Donald F. Isaacson & Kenneth Moore (Agents, Colorado) f. 54 Boom, 1932-1934

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B. 03 f. 1 Borderland, 1926-1939 f. 2 Boston Fair, 1941-1943 f. 3 Bostwar, 1941-1942 f. 4 Botanic, 1930-1941 f. 5 Bradleys Boy, 1926-1930, J.N. Rathbun (Agent, Kansas) f. 6 Bramstar, 1931-1937 f. 7 Breezy Bill, 1942-1945 f. 8 Breezy Player, 1946-1948 f. 9 Brilliant Jester, 1925-1932, H.I. Lawrence (Agent, S. Dakota) f. 10 Bristol, 1931-1939, F.R. Barthold (Agent, S. Dakota) f. 11 Broad Silk, 1929-1941 f. 12 Brookland, 1921-1923, Mr. Ed. McCarty (Agent, Wyoming) f. 13 Brother Batch, 1925-1929 f. 14 Bruberry, 1942-1946 f. 15 Buckthorn, 1936-1938 f. 16 Budlure, 1942-1944 f. 17 Bulletin, 1934-1935, Hunter Clarkson (Agent, New Mexico) f. 18 Bunty, 1931-1944 f. 19 Burning Glass, 1931-1943 f. 20 Burning Blaze, 1939-1940 f. 21 Bushnell Lad, 1923-1928, Mr. Foss (Agent, Wyoming) f. 22 By Hisself, 1934-1938 f. 23 Cabildo, 1932-1946 f. 24 Camas King, 1941-1943 f. 25 Candy Stick, 1928-1931 f. 26 Canyon, 1926-1927, Mr. J.P. Hedges & Sons (Agent, Montana) f. 27 Captain Alcock, 1932-1937, Earl H. Kratzer (Agent, Colorado) f. 28 Captain Mosie, 1929-1935 f. 29 Carlton G, 1921-1925 f. 30 Carmelus, 1942-1946, J.O. Allen (Agent, Kansas) f. 31 Caro, 1929-1935 f. 32 Cattall, 1934-1939 f. 33 Celtic Lad, 1943-1944 f. 34 Celtney, 1923-1928 f. 35 Ceramic, 1921-1923, Mr. Jack Elliott (Agent, Wyoming) f. 36 Cerulean, 1928-1929 f. 37 Champ De Mars, 1931-1932 f. 38 Chappaqua Jr., 1922-1935, V.G. Harrington (Agent, New Mexico) f. 39 Chariot, 1931-1944 f. 40 Charlemagne, 1931-1936, R.D. Aldridge Bozeman (Agent, Montana) f. 41 Chas. Edward, 1921-1928 f. 42 Check Signal, 1940-1945 f. 43 Checko, 1924-1928 f. 44 Cherry King, 1935-1937

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B. 04 f. 1 Chico, 1942-1943, Walter Witt (Agent, Colorado) f. 2 Chief Lally, 1923-1924 f. 3 Chileula, 1942-1943 f. 4 Choral Sand, 1945-1946 f. 5 Clansman, 1926-1931 f. 6 Clonsilla, 1939-1942 f. 7 Cockalorum, 1933-1945 f. 8 Cockney, 1929-1930, Floyd Lotspeich (Agent, Nebraska) f. 9 Colonel Orrie, 1938-1942 f. 10 Colonel Rivers, 1935-1943 f. 11 Combustor, 1926-1936 f. 12 Comic, 1936-1941, Ralph Drennan (Agent, Kansas) f. 13 Commissioner Cahill, 1930-1931 f. 14 Consort, 1926-1928, Mr. Fred D. Beltner (Agent, Nebraska) f. 15 Corindy, 1945-1946 f. 16 Coot II, 1932-1933, Hiram M. Dow (Agent, New Mexico) f. 17 Coq Ola, 1943-1945 f. 18 Coventry, 1931-1945, H.J. Wiescamp & L.S. Holman (Agents, Colorado) f. 19 Coverwood, 1931-1942, Artin Riddle (Agent Iowa) f. 20 Crack O'Day, 1941-1942 f. 21 Cranford, 1938-1942 f. 22 Creeper, 1937-1941 f. 23 Curzad, 1920-1925 f. 24 Curfew, 1925-1928 f. 25 Custas, 1932-1933 f. 26 Czardom, 1926-1930, Charles L. Anderson (Agent, Montana) f. 27 Daimyo, 1932-1936 f. 28 Dakota Maid, 1942-1943 f. 29 Dakota Note, 1933-1943 f. 30 Dalajo, 1926-1930 f. 31 Dan Bunty, 1934-1935 f. 32 Dan Henry, 1932-1937, C.D. McCauley & William R. Bourdon (Agents, Arizona) f. 33 Danby, 1927-1938, Ray Slane (Agent, Colorado) f. 34 Danour, 1932-1937 f. 35 Dark Friar, 1923-1925, Earl H. Maye (Agent Wyoming) f. 36 Dark Jest, 1927-1930 f. 37 Dark Mystery, 1932-1934, Earl F. Marsh (Agent Wyoming) f. 38 Dark Winter, 1938-1946 f. 39 Dashalong, 1940-1947 f. 40 Dear Brutus, 1926-1927 f. 41 Defense, 1921-1923, Lester Swink (Colorado) f. 42 Defense Act, 1942-1944 f. 43 Delarious, 1929-1934, J. Bland Catlett (Agent, Montana) f. 44 Delaware, 1921-1922, Chas. D. Carey (Agent Wyoming) f. 45 Delmor, 1927-1934, Jae T. McKinney (Agent, Arizona) f. 46 Delwyn, Dates not given

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f. 47 Denny Cooney, 1929-1937 f. 48 Denmark Morgan, 1937-1941 f. 49 Desperate, 1922-1934, Mrs. Annie Esche (Agent Colorado) Box. 05 f. 1 Despot, 1927-1940, O.H. Franks (Agent New Mexico) f. 2 Devil Dog, 1928-1932, T. F. Arnold (Agent, Nebraska) f. 3 Dewey, 1921-1923, Mr. R.F. Hanks (Agent Montana) f. 4 Dinter, 1928-1931 f. 5 Divine Kan, 1944-1946 f. 6 Dix Fois, 1942-1943 f. 7 Don, 1929-1943, R.H. Morton (Agent Nebraska) f. 8 Don McKinley, 1921-1928 f. 9 Don Ricardo, 1929-1930 f. 10 Donacare, 1942-1946 f. 11 Donday, 1926-1929 f. 12 Don Dude, 1923-1928 f. 13 Dorothy Dan, 1944-1945 f. 14 Dorothy Marie, 1933-1943 f. 15 Douai, 1924-1939 f. 16 Double Pay, 1931-1934 f. 17 Douglass, 1922-1934 f. 18 Dozeless, 1936-1944 f. 19 Dr. J.P. O'Connell, 1930-1943 f. 20 Dr. Swartz, 1926-1935, Chas. Kirley (Agent S. Dakota) f. 21 Dr. Willis, 1925-1926 f. 22 Dreamer, 1926-1930 f. 23 Dress Ship, 1932-1943 f. 24 Drowsy Waters, 1936-1942 f. 25 Dry Moon, 1929-1933, J.L. Chamberlain (Agent Nebraska) f. 26 Dude Hudson, 1921-1932, Walter Duncan (Agent Kansas) f. 27 Duke of Ormond, 1921-1922 f. 28 Duna, 1938-1941 f. 29 Dutch Beau, 1938-1945 f. 30 Duval, 1921-1925 f. 31 Ecstasy, 1944-1945 f. 32 Ed Stone, 1921-1924 f. 33 Eight O Four, 1932-1943 f. 34 El Dinero 2d, 1924-1932,Malcolm Aye (Agent Kansas) f. 35 El Sabok, 1925-1926 f. 36 Elkwood, 1924-1927 f. 37 Endeavor, 1941-1942 f. 38 Enduring, 1933-1934 f. 39 Energy, 1932-1942 f. 40 Epinique, 1937-1938, Donald F. Isaacson (Agent Colorado) f. 41 Epiphanes, 1922-1927 f. 42 Erin Lou, 1946-1947

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Escovar, 1920-1932 Esperalid, 1927-1943 Ethel D., Not Bred (Olympic Horse) Eton Rambler, 1923-1934, M.H. Norman (Agent Montana) Evan, 1936-1938, K. K. Henness (Agent Arizona) Exhilaration, no breeding record, Don Gilmore (Agent Colorado) Eyebrow, 1925-1926, P.H. Grennan (Agent Michigan) Fahid, 1925-1940

Box. 06 f. 1 Fair Rochester, 1939-1944 f. 2 Fair Wind, 1936-1937 f. 3 Faris, 1926-1935, J.E. Davenport (Agent New Mexico) f. 4 Father Rock, 1927-1938, J.J. Kikel (Agent Colorado) f. 5 Fayette C., 1921-1924, Edgar Watts (Agent New Mexico) f. 6 Federal, 1930-1938, Wayne T. Jones (Agent Colorado) f. 7 Fenek V, 1946-1947 f. 8 Fenek V-1, 1946-1947 f. 9 Ferole, G.F. 1923-1924 f. 10 Fire Chief, 1930-1940 f. 11 Fiddlefit, 1940-1943 f. 12 Field Officer, 1942-1944 f. 13 Fighting Joe, 1930-1941, Clement Hendricks (Agent New Mexico) f. 14 Figuration, 1926-1934, Frank E. Lawrence (Agent Wyoming) f. 15 Fervor, 1933-1943, Earl H. Kratzer (Agent Colorado) f. 16 Firedog, 1929-1930, F.C. Kimble (Agent Arizona) f. 17 Firing Point, 1943-1944 f. 18 Firthcliffe, 1922-1926 f. 19 Fitzgibbon, 1929-1942, Mrs. Hazel O'Reilly (Agent Wyoming) & L.G. Irion (Agent Montana) f. 20 Fitz Robinson, no breeding record f. 21 Fitzmerry, 1943-1944 f. 22 Fitzsylvia, 1942-1943 f. 23 Flag of Truce, 1929-1930 f. 24 Flashalong, 1944-1946, Walter A. Moore (Agent Colorado) f. 25 Flechazo, 1943-1944 f. 26 Flowerful, 1929-1934, S.B. Strang (Agent Colorado) f. 27 Flying Puritan, no breeding record f. 28 Fogabala, 1943-1944 f. 29 Forced March, 1939-1944 f. 30 Forest Play, 1941-1942 f. 31 Fort Keogh, 1926-1934, Frank E. Lawrence (Agent Wyoming) f. 32 Forty Winks, 1947-1948 f. 33 Freda 2nd, 1928-1938 f. 34 Fredericktown, 1926-1934, John, F. White (Agent Colorado) f. 35 Free Hand, 1927-1936, Sam Dick (Agent Arizona) f. 36 French Canadian, 1927-1934, Charles Sullivan (Agent New Mexico) f. 37 Friar's Cowl, 1924-1939

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Friar Dixon, 1923-1928, Malcolm S. Major (Agent New Mexico) Frisco Kid, 1939-1943 Fun Maker, 1929-1930 Gadar, 1924-1937, Mrs. R.P. Thurston (Agent Arizona) Gamli, 1925-1930 Ganawood, 1926-1932 Gay Laddie, 1933-1934, F.W. Lee (Agent New Mexico) Gebhat Al Nour, 1925-1942

Box. 07 f. 1 General Grant, 1932-1938, W.P. Hinman (Agent Colorado) f. 2 General Hadley, 1922-1927 f. 3 General Haig, 1925-1934 f. 4 General Parth, 1938-1941 f. 5 Ghayr, 1926-1941 f. 6 Giblon, 1932-1933, M.P. Renfroe (Agent New Mexico) f. 7 Give Away, 1943-1944 f. 8 Glaisdale, 1921-1924 f. 9 Glen De Jarnette, 1924-1935 f. 10 Glenrock, 1935-1944 f. 11 Glentilt, 1920-1925, Forrest Dunning (Agent Montana) f. 12 Gold Bug, 1927-1938 f. 13 G.M. Miller, 1922-1928 f. 14 Gold Trail, 1938-1939 f. 15 Golden Boss, 1931-1934 f. 16 Golden Dust, 1934-1940 f. 17 Golden Fagot, 1931-1939, Clement Hendricks (Agent New Mexico) f. 18 Golden Opportunity, 1934-1939 f. 19 Golden Racket, 1932-1943 f. 20 Gonzalo, 1921-1923 f. 21 Good Star, 1939-1941, Cleo Jack (Agent Colorado) f. 22 Goracta, 1943-1944 f. 23 Gordon Russell, 1921-1937 f. 24 Governor Of Orleans, 1922-1929 f. 25 Grain De Café, no breeding record f. 26 Granary, 1929-1943, Les Gardner (Agent Utah) f. 27 Gray Hat, 1938-1943 f. 28 Green Palms, 1935-1945 f. 29 Grenadier II, 1927-1928 f. 30 Grey Friar, 1940-1943 f. 31 Grey Hill, 1932-1933 f. 32 Guest Of Honor, 1930-1940 f. 33 Guilsborough, no breeding record f. 34 H.T. Waters, 1925-1926, Ben Hall, Taiban & DeBaca County (Agents New Mexico) f. 35 Half Pint, 1929-1931 f. 36 Half Rock, 1924-1930 f. 37 Hall Mark, 1924-1926

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Hamilkar, 1929-1938 Hampson, 1928-1929, R.D. Salisbury (Agent Colorado) Harbinger, 1929-1931 Hardwood, 1926-1934, J.G. Boissevain (Agent Montana) Hardy Jim, 1941-1942, Leonard Wolcott (Agent Colorado) Hawk Jim, 1935-1938 Heathermoon, 1921-1923, Mr. Grant Dunning (Agent Montana) Hercynian, 1931-1943 Herowee, 1942-1943, W.M. E. O'neill (Agent Wisconsin) Herron, 1925-1927 Heuvelton, no breeding record Hi Henry, 1924-1929 Hidalgo, 1929-1932 High Hand, 1925-1935 Highland Chief, 1925-1927 Highland Lad, 1925-1934 Hillside, 1930-1941 Hindoo Star, 1922-1925 Hiram, 1931-1945 Historicus, 1925-1941, Virgel Hull (Agent Colorado) Home Crest, 1923-1924, John F. Erdley (Agent Colorado) Home Sweet Home, 1921-1933 Hong Kong, 1921-1923, Mr. A.L. Campbell (Agent Wyoming) Honi Soit, 1930-1945 Hootch, 1927-1932 Horma, 1941-1943

Box. 08 f. 1 Howee, no breeding record f. 2 Huffaker, 1922-1932 f. 3 Humanist, 1931-1940 f. 4 Humboldt, 1926-1938 f. 5 Husband, 1927-1928, John H. Blandford (Agent Colorado) f. 6 Hush Money, 1930-1932, Gus Nylen (Agent Wyoming) f. 7 Huxter, 1922-1927 f. 8 I'll Get By, 1932-1946 f. 9 Ibn Zaid, 1930-1942, Mrs. Essie M. Shepperd (Agent Colorado) f. 10 Impropriety, 1930-1940 f. 11 Indian Lament, 1937-1940 f. 12 Indian Name, 1942-1943, George C. Fox (Agent Nebraska) f. 13 Indian Sky, no breeding record f. 14 Indian Star, 1934-1942 f. 15 Indian Trail, 1926-1927 f. 16 Infidox, 1941-1942 f. 17 Ingleton, 1930-1940,James Cummings (Agent Colorado) f. 18 Interrogator, 1943-1944 f. 19 Inver Maid, 1935-1943

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Invergarry, no breeding record Irish, 1932-1942 Irish Dancer, 1922-1934, George S. Hesse (Agent Wyoming) Irish Holiday, 1931-1939 Irish King, 1927-1945 Irish Mick, 1936-1946 Irish Wake, 1939-1941 Ironwood, 1929-1930 Jack, no breeding record Jack Beyond, no breeding record Jack Stuart, 1921-1924, Warren Brewster (Agent Montana) Janissary, 1921-1924, Clarence Parrott (Agent Colorado) Jasper, 1927-1928 Jedran, 1935-1939 Jendolan, no breeding record Jennie War, 1934-1942 Jim Colito, 1935-1936, H.B. Emery (Agent Wyoming) Jim Robin, 1934-1943 Jineill, 1932-1944 Jingo, 1923-1926 Job, no breeding record John S. Mosby, 1930-1940 John S. Reardon, 1925-1928, Mr. Frank L. Yoder (Agent Wyoming) John W. Weber, 1930-1931, Floyd Konkright (Agent Montana) John White, 1925-1934 Jouett, 1927--1928, Prue Hamilton (Agent New Mexico) Juan-Eva, 1935-1942 Judge B. Watkins, 1924-1927 Judicial, 1927-1939, A.J. Campbell (Agent Colorado) Jumna, 1926-1929, Ray Pittman (Agent Montana) Jungle Chase, 1939-1945, Paul D. Pitman (Agent Colorado) Jupiter, 1927-1935 "K of K", 1926-1931 Kaleidoscope, 1933-1942 Kalirice, 1928-1941 Kantar, 1941-1944 Karachi, 1927-1932 Katar, 1942-1943 Kays Daughter, 1929-1940 Keen Eye, 1926-1942, W.O. Baker (Agent Colorado) Kehefe, 1941-1943 Keltic, 1930-1940 Kentucky Cardinal, 1936-1941, Chas E. Miller (Agent Colorado)

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Box. 09 f. 1 Khalaf, 1935-1944 f. 2 Khalmer, 1941-1942 f. 3 Khedive 2nd, 1931-1939, L.M. Dodd & Walter P. Paepcke (Agents Colorado) f. 4 Khordad, no breeding record f. 5 Kildare Boy, 1926-1928 f. 6 Kimball, 1938-1943, G.F. Billings (Agent New Mexico) f. 7 Kind Man, 1929-1940 f. 8 King Charming, 1924-1927 f. 9 King Plaudit, 1921-1924, Louis Lindauer (Agent Colorado) f. 10 King Time, 1928-1929 f. 11 Kingling 2nd, 1920-1928, Mr. J.H. Minnick (Agent New Mexico) f. 12 Kitcat II, 1926-1939 f. 13 Knight Club, no breeding record f. 14 Kolastra, 1937-1942 f. 15 La Orb, 1926-1927 f. 16 Lad O'Mine, 1927-1934 f. 17 Langley, 1924-1937, James M. Flake (Agent Arizona) f. 18 Lady Chatterton, 1934-1944 f. 19 Laplander, 1928-1935, D.G. Kilton (Agent Colorado) f. 20 Laska, 1929-1932 f. 21 Last Call, no breeding record f. 22 Lawson, 1928-1929 f. 23 Lemonade, 1931-1935, Robert C. Edgington (Agent Montana) f. 24 Levante, 1931-1941, I.K. Westbrook (Agent New Mexico) f. 25 Liberal Lad, 1929-1942 f. 26 Libyan Sands, 1928-1934 f. 27 Light Arms, 1921-1923 f. 28 Light Beau, 1940-1943, Sherman J. Dentan (Agent Colorado) f. 29 Light Dew, 1930-1942 f. 30 Linger, 1930-1934 f. 31 Linsley, 1921-1933 f. 32 Liota, 1927-1939 f. 33 Listening Ears, 1932-1946 f. 34 Lock Loyal, no breeding record f. 35 Long Bug, 1926-1938, Robert Kirkpatrick (Agent Colorado) f. 36 Long Time, no breeding record f. 37 Longwood, 1930-1934 f. 38 Lord Martin, 1933-1934, A.K. Mitchell (Agent New Mexico) f. 39 Lord Quinton, 1930-1935 f. 40 Louisita, not bred (Olympic Horse) f. 41 Lucius, 1922-1923, Mr. Fred Bennion (Agent Oregon) f. 42 Lucknow, 1925-1926, D.C. Reynolds (Agent New Mexico) f. 43 Lucky, 1923-1926 f. 44 Lucky Arcadia, 1930-1944 f. 45 Lucky Cargo, 1940-1945, Lathrop Brothers (Agents Colorado) f. 46 Lucky D., 1930-1941, Tom D. Hall (Agent New Mexico)

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Lucky Susan, 1933-1940 Luggage, 1933-1934, Ben Netterfield (Agent Colorado) Luke Dillon, 1924-1935, Bruce Nimmo (Agent Wyoming) Lupie, 1945-1946 Lynchburg, 1922-1927, John H. Hoyt (Agent Colorado) Macanscat, no breeding record Mad River, 1928-1932

Box. 10 f. 1 Madder Music, 1927-1939, Sam F. Means (Agent New Mexico) f. 2 Madalid, 1926-1930 f. 3 Maid of India, 1935-1943 f. 4 Majority, 1926-1937, Sim Calley (Agent New Mexico) f. 5 Major Cullum, 1928-1942 f. 6 Makanda, 1933-1943 f. 7 Man of Honor, 1921-1923 f. 8 Manager Bill, 1937-1942, C.O. Claudin (Agent Utah) f. 9 Mancha, 1921-1923, Chas W. Parks (Agent New Mexico) f. 10 Maori Chief, 1940-1943 f. 11 Maple Prince, 1938-1943, Herbert Howarth (Agent Colorado) f. 12 Marie Russell, 1941-1944 f. 13 Mark Master, 1929-1944 f. 14 Marmaduke, 1925-1932 f. 15 Marse Hughes, 1921-1930 f. 16 Martis, 1935-1943, H.B. Mendenhall (Agent Colorado) f. 17 Marylan Lou, 1938-1943 f. 18 Matadi, 1941-1942 f. 19 Meadowbrook, 1946-1947 f. 20 Mediator, 1921-1922, Mr. Chas L. Irwin (Agent Wyoming) f. 21 Medicine Man, 1930-1931 f. 22 Meditation, 1923-1929 f. 23 Melachrino, 1931-1932 f. 24 Melvin, A.C. 1921-1923, Naegle (Agent Arizona) f. 25 Menes, 1929-1934, Roy Howard (Agent Colorado) f. 26 Menifee, 1932-1933 f. 27 Mennita, 1935-1940 f. 28 Mentada, 1930-1931, J.R. Hylton (Agent Wyoming) f. 29 Mentor, 1921-1930, C.P. Berry & Ridgeley Nicholas (Agents Wyoming) f. 30 Mentor Mick, 1934-1936 f. 31 Meredith, 1923-1926, E.U. Williams (Agent New Mexico) f. 32 Merry, 1934-1941 f. 33 Meteoress, 1930-1939 f. 34 Miami Triad, 1943-1946 f. 35 Michael Kenna, 1927-1928, Marx & Wheeler (Agent Colorado) f. 36 Midnight Watch, 1928-1945 f. 37 Military System, 1926-1928 f. 38 Mirzaia, 1941-1943

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Miss Danour, 1926-1942 Miss Sudbury, 1934-1942 Mistenflute, no breeding record Modesta, 1926-1934 Moiras Boy, 1935-1936 Monday, 1933-1937 Mont Kau, 1942-1944 Monte Carlo, 1929-1930, Wilbur Thomas (Agent Colorado) Montserrat, 1924-1930 Moorcroft, no breeding record Moreyes, 1931-1934, Mr. H.K. Linger (Agent Colorado) Morse Code, 1934-1937 Mount Beacon, 1935-1940, G.F. Billings (Agent New Mexico)

Box. 11 f. 1 Mr. Kirkwood, no breeding record f. 2 Mr. Whitehall, 1939-1946, George G. Everett (Agent Colorado) f. 3 Mufti, 1932-1936 f. 4 Murdock's Pride, 1930-1942 f. 5 Murray River, 1934-1943 f. 6 Mustard Seed, 1926-1928,Tommy Rupert (Agent New Mexico) f. 7 My Boy Friend, 1929-1946, Guy T. Smith (Agent Kansas) f. 8 Nadir, 1946-1947 f. 9 Namrid, 1922-1927 f. 10 Natchez, 1923-1929 f. 11 Navigator, 1928-1939, Ota A. Ross (Agent Colorado) f. 12 Nawfal, 1927-1930, R.P. Lamont (Agent Colorado) f. 13 Needle Gun, 1928-1934 f. 14 Neffaj, 1922-1939, R.G. Dodge (Agent Colorado) f. 15 Nicodemus, 1937-1940 f. 16 Niht, 1941-1943 f. 17 Nohant, 1922-1927 f. 18 Non Conformist, 1931-1933, Jack Dunn (Agent New Mexico) f. 19 Norborne, 1921-1922, Mr. E.F. Brace (Agent Idaho) f. 20 Norera, 1926-1940 f. 21 Norse, 1934-1942, Stanley S. Strode (Agent Colorado) f. 22 Not A Lady, no breeding record f. 23 Note Marvel, 1933-1934 f. 24 Notus, 1934-1942 f. 25 Number Three, 1932-1935 f. 26 Numide, 1936-1940 f. 27 Oakridge, 1923-1936 f. 28 O'Grady, 1943-1944 f. 29 Ocean Kist, 1937-1942 f. 30 Off Chance, 1949-1950 f. 31 Oklahoma Tom, 1923-1924, W.C. Massey (Agent New Mexico) f. 32 Old Dutch, 1933-1942

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Old Forester, 1942-1946 Old Master, no breeding record Old Smuggler, 1928-1930, Hal Roach (Agent Arizona) Old Squirrel, 1929-1930 Oley, 1929-1934, Mr. Forrest R. Stone (Agent Montana) Olin K., 1927-1939 Optimist, 1929-1934 Orange Juice, 1941-1945 Orient, 1923-1930 Otto Friz, no breeding record Outplay, 1932-1942, I.K. Westbrook (Agent New Mexico) Paavo, no breeding record Paget Creek, no breeding record Pardner, 1923-1924, W.H. Driggers (Agent New Mexico) Parmelee, 1929-1930, Forest R. Stone (Agent Montana) Particular, 1932-1943 Patches, 1926-1927, A.L. Spurlock (Agent Wyoming) Pauper, 1931-1938, W.H. Dunn (Agent Colorado) Peace Boy, 1930-1938, J.K. Mullen (Agent Colorado) Peace Buddy, 1932-1942, Bernard Hopkins (Agent Colorado) Peace Penn, 1929-1939 Pecan, 1933-1937, E.H. Hixon (Agent Colorado) Perchance, 1940-1946 Perfect, 1934-1941 Perfect Devil, 1940-1943, S.T. Grimsley (Agent Colorado) Perkins, 1935-1936, Philmont Ranch (New Mexico) Peter Joyce, 1931-1939, W.T. Hatton (Agent Colorado) Peter McCue, no breeding record Phantom Prince, 1932-1934, H.B. Fulmer (Agent Wyoming)

Box. 12 f. 1 Pharaoh, 1921-1930 f. 2 Pictin, 1926-1938 f. 3 Pillory, 1932-1942, Jack Widmer (Agent Colorado) f. 4 Pillotta, 1931-1932 f. 5 Pimiento, 1922-1923, G.J. Boyle (Agent Wyoming) f. 6 Pines Emblem, 1929-1935 f. 7 Pirate Chief, 1928-1943 f. 8 Planter, 1926-1932 f. 9 Plenipotentiary, 1930-1944 f. 10 Plowshare, no breeding record f. 11 Plumb Square, 1936-1942 f. 12 Pogo, 1926-1927, Mr. C.M. O'Donel (Agent New Mexico) f. 13 Poppycock, 1924-1929 f. 14 Powerful, 1940-1942 f. 15 Prepare Away, 1926-1928 f. 16 Presage, 1933-1938

RG0501 f. 17 f. 18 f. 19 f. 20 f. 21 f. 22 f. 23 f. 24 f. 25 f. 26 f. 27 f. 28 f. 29 f. 30 f. 31 f. 32 f. 33 f. 34 f. 35 f. 36 f. 37 f. 38 f. 39 f. 40 f. 41 f. 42 f. 43 f. 44 f. 45 f. 46 f. 47 f. 48 f. 49 f. 50 f. 51 f. 52 f. 53 f. 54 f. 55 f. 56 f. 57 f. 58 f. 59 f. 60 f. 61 f. 62 f. 63

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Pretty Sweeper, no breeding record Prime Minister, 1931-1932 Prince Barton, 1932-1937 Prince Pan, 1931-1942 Princess Pulaski, 1939-1942 Projectile, 1936-1941 Propus, 1930-1933 Protection, 1930-1937 Prudential, 1922-1924, Mr. A.S. Dean (Agent Colorado) Pugnacious, 1931-1942 Punjab, 1929-1930, De Baca Jr. (Agent New Mexico) Pyx, Mr. 1926-1927, J.H. Minnick (Agent New Mexico) R. Choice, 1935-1940 Rabbaz, 1924-1937 Ragia, 1941-1943 Raja Al Mustakbol, 1925-1926, Miss Edna Haywood (Agent Montana) Ralco, 1931-1932 Ralet, 1944-1945 Rancocas, 1924-1927 Raphia, 1928-1937 Rapid Carrier, 1941-1942 Rapidity, 1934-1939 Rasselas, 1931-1940 Red Bug, 1937-1947 Red Duchess, 1939-1940 Red Easter, 1930-1931 Red Stuart, 1932-1942 Red Tomahawk, 1927-1934, Van Tuyl Brothers (Agents Colorado) Reflector, 1933-1936, Karl LIndauer (Agent Colorado) Refrigerator, 1947-1948 Remolino, no breeding record, Reno Alve, 1929-1930, W.S. Crousen (Agent New Mexico) Reno Hester, 1940-1942 Reno Kapok, 1938-1941, J. Frank Grubb (Agent Colorado) Reno Knockout, 1939-1946 Reno Latona, 1941-1944 Reno Laughter, no records Reno Linette, 1941-1944 Reno Link, no breeding record, Barton C. Mossman (Agent New Mexico) Reno Lofty, 1941-1943 Reno Luna, 1941-1942 Reno Lusty, 1940-1944 Reno Magic, 1941-1946 Reno Major, 1941-1942, T.F. McConnell (Agent Colorado) Reno Pom Pom, 1944-1946 Rep, 1924-1931 Retrospect, 1941-1944

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Reviewer, 1931-1938 Ribal, 1923-1937, R.T. Wilson (Agent Arizona) Richmond Choice, 1921-1933 Rieghloch, 1934-1944, D.W. Yeakel (Agent Colorado)

Box. 13 f. 1 Rifnetta, no breeding records f. 2 Rigel, no breeding records f. 3 Rigolo, 1927-1941, Gilbert H. Hutchins (Agent Colorado) f. 4 Rob, 1925-1926, J.H. Minnick (Agent New Mexico) f. 5 Roband, 1924-1931 f. 6 Robber Baron, 1938-1943 f. 7 Robert Kay, 1921-1923 f. 8 Robert Mandel, 1929-1942, C.E. Miller (Agent Colorado) f. 9 Robbia Della, 1924-1934 f. 10 Robinson Boy, no breeding record f. 11 Rockledge, 1926-1930, J.E. Shaw (Agent Montana) f. 12 Rockwood, 1925-1929 f. 13 Rock Heather, no breeding record f. 14 Rococo, 1922-1936 f. 15 Rodan, 1924-1925 f. 16 Rolling Rock, 1926-1935, Louis R. Higby (Agent Colorado) f. 17 Romanesque, 1924-1946 f. 18 Rome Haul, no breeding record f. 19 Rose Morse, 1943-1944 f. 20 Rosin, 1925-1928 f. 21 Royal Durbar, 1939-1943, E.H. Hixon (Agent Colorado) f. 22 Royal Ease, 1928-1943, Mrs. Claire N. Webb (Agent Arizona) f. 23 Royal Jester, 1923-1936, C.W. Burnham (Agent New Mexico) f. 24 Royal Light, 1931-1932 f. 25 Rugby, 1931-1932 f. 26 Russmaid, 1942-1943 f. 27 Russmor, no breeding record f. 28 Rustem, 1927-1937, Ney C. Galway (Agent New Mexico) f. 29 Saga Fow, 1929-1943 f. 30 Sageboys, 1932-1943 f. 31 Sam Frank, 1924-1927, W.E. Myrick (Agent New Mexico) f. 32 Sam Tangle, 1921-1923, Mr. Wm. Lambert (Agent Oregon) f. 33 Sam's Boy, 1921-1922, Mr. C. Snelling (Agent Oregorn) f. 34 Sam Marcus, 1924-1932 f. 35 Sand Bed, 1920-1929 f. 36 Sandy May, no breeding record f. 37 Sands Of Time, 1923-1936, E.H. Grant (Agent Colorado) f. 38 Saranan, 1926-1940, R.W. McDonald (Agent Colorado) f. 39 Saratoga, 1921-1923, Alvin J. Irion (Agent Montana) f. 40 Sargon, 1927-1932, Don Roberts (Agent Wyoming) f. 41 Sasper, 1928-1941

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Saxopal, no breeding record Sazerac, no breeding record Scamp, 1927-1941 Scamp's Pride, 1942-1943 Scamper Home, 1941-1944 Scarlet Prince, 1930-1942 Scat, 1929-1941 Scot Free, 1933-1941, Paul Woofter (Agent New Mexico) Scotsman, 1930-1939 Scout Master, 1939-1946 Seabright, 1931-1932 Sea Prince, 1925-1926 Sea Romance, 1934-1939 Sebastian, 1928-1941

Box. 14 f. 1 Secret Greetings, 1924-1943 f. 2 Semper, 1925-1930 f. 3 Senalado, 1932-1935 f. 4 Senator Knox, 1939-1940 f. 5 Senorita Anita, 1927-1938 f. 6 Shawnee, 1932-1938 f. 7 Sheridan, 1933-1934 f. 8 Shillelagh II, 1932-1933 f. 9 Shoestring, 1932-1941 f. 10 Shower of Roses, 1931-1943 f. 11 Sidereal, 1925-1934 f. 12 Silent Moments, 1933-1943 f. 13 Simon Gallop, 1922-1934 f. 14 Sims, 1931-1932, Ed McEuen (Agent Arizona) f. 15 Sir Ally, no breeding record f. 16 Sir Bud, 1939-1940 f. 17 Sir Charles, 1925-1926, Mr. E.F. Marsh (Agent Montana) f. 18 Sir Stuart, 1927-1928, W.B. Spear (Agent Montana) f. 19 Sir Tristam, 1933-1944 f. 20 Sitar, 1925-1933 f. 21 Skipton, 1941-1944 f. 22 Skyraker, 1924-1931 f. 23 Slambang, 1932-1933 f. 24 Snap Dragon, 1923-1930 f. 25 Snug Harbor, 1935-1938 f. 26 Socialist, 1927-1939, Joe Calloway (Agent Colorado) f. 27 Solar Hawk, 1941-1943 f. 28 Solid Chance, no breeding record f. 29 Soggarth Aroon, 1927-1943, Deward Woodard (Agent Utah) f. 30 Son John, 1926-1927, Mr. M.C. Foster (Agent Wyoming) f. 31 Son O'Wind, 1921-1924

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Son Of Fortune, 1929-1930 Brood Mare, Not Bred Song Hit, 1936-1941, Marshall Peavy (Agent Colorado) Soothsayer, 1922-1929 Sooty Pat, 1949-1950 Southern Cross, 1929-1935 Spanish Title, 1938-1941 Sparhawk, 1923-1929 Spearpoint, no breeding record Spirit River, no breeding record Splendor II, 1930-1931, Stuart Stirling (Agent New Mexico) Stalstar, no breeding record Stamp Act, 1933-1944 Star Hampton, 1927-1935, Victor L. Riley (Agent Colorado) Starab, 1938-1944 Stars And Bars, 1932-1945, W.H. Secrest (Agent Nebraska) Start, 1930-1934, Foster Scott (Agent Wyoming) Stimulation, 1934-1944 Stony Point, 1924-1929 Stormy Dawn, 1934-1937 Stormy Port, 1930-1935 Straight Home, 1925-1927, C.F. Cusack (Agent Colorado) Straw Bonnet, 1933-1943 Suburban, 1925-1940 Sullivan Trail, 1931-1940 Sully, 1925-1941 Sultry, 1937-1945 Sun Broom, 1931-1935 Sun Edwin, 1938-1945, J.J. Cooper (Agent South Dakota) Sunfire, 1933-1937 Suns Way, 1931-1946, James M. Neal (Agent Colorado) Surana, 1941-1943 Survivor, 1927-1930 Sustainer, no breeding record Sweeping Star, 1933-1934 Sweet Charity, 1938-1944 Sweet Hand, 1934-1943 Swing Loose, 1921-1930 Sylvia Mede, 1934-1943

Box. 15 f. 1 Tad H, 1923-1925, Robert P. Lamont (Agent Colorado) f. 2 Tangara, 1928-1935 f. 3 Tantris, 1928-1932, Ernest C. Miller (Agent Montana) f. 4 Tenderfoot, 1923-1926, Mausfield Dunning (Agent Montana) f. 5 The Creole, 1928-1940 f. 6 The Dictator, 1926-1931

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f. 7 The Greek, no breeding record f. 8 The Macnab, 1924-1929 f. 9 Theo Fay, 1930-1932, Tommy Rupert (Agent New Mexico) f. 10 Thistledon, 1921-1926, Roy H. Pittman (Agent Montana) f. 11 Tiff, 1926-1936, Cecil Moore (Agent New Mexico) f. 12 Tiger Cream, not bred f. 13 Tiger Gloss, 1929-1945, Laurence E. West (Agent Ruleton, Kansas) & Guy T. Smith (Agent St. Francis, Kansas) f. 14 Tijanice T, 1939-1942 f. 15 Time, 1923-1928 f. 16 Titan, 1929-1934 f. 17 Titus, 1933-1944 f. 18 Tom McTaggart, 1924-1935 f. 19 Tom Prendergast, 1921-1923, Jack Elliot (Agent Wyoming) f. 20 Tomahawk, 1929-1931, Roy H. Pittman (Agent Montana) f. 21 Tomerry, 1941-1943 f. 22 Toney Boots, 1941-1945 f. 23 Tote, 1933-1941 f. 24 Toteaster, no breeding record f. 25 Totem, 1934-1936, H.D. Mitchell (Agent New Mexico) f. 26 Toteve, 1941-1944 f. 27 Townsend Boy, 1941-1946 f. 28 Traleta, 1932-1943 f. 29 Trailolka, 1938-1944 f. 30 Trophy, 1927-1928 f. 31 Troublesome, 1921-1923, Greely Hughes (Agent Wyoming) f. 32 Tubac, 1943-1944, John D. Chapman (Agent Utah) f. 33 Turf God, 1934-1941, Joe Calloway (Agent Colorado) f. 34 Two Trails, no breeding record f. 35 U574, no breeding record f. 36 Ulysses, 1941-1944, Leo Light (Agent Colorado) f. 37 Uncertain, 1930-1931 f. 38 Uncle Sand, 1925-1929 f. 39 Uncle Wiggly, 1931-1932, Sam F. Means (Agent New Mexico) f. 40 Underwriter, 1926-1930, Frank Horton (Agent Wyoming) f. 41 Unuttered, not bred f. 42 Upsalquitch, 1932-1933 f. 43 Vanquish, 1936-1942 f. 44 Vez, 1937-1945 f. 45 Village Sport, 1935-1945, Creighton Brown (Agent Kansas) f. 46 Vimont, 1933-1943, Walter P. Paepcke (Agent Colorado) f. 47 Vino, 1942-1944 f. 48 Vito, 1936-1942 f. 49 Vonair, W.H. Dunn (Agent Colorado) f. 50 Wagtail, 1930-1946, Tom Currier (Agent Colorado) f. 51 Waif, 1928-1939, Leo Light (Agent Colorado) f. 52 Walahalla, 1927-1934, Reginald Sinclaire (Agent Colorado)

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f. 53 Wampum, 1925-1926 f. 54 War Burden, 1939-1940 Box. 16 f. 1 War Instigator, 1933-1943 f. 2 War Note, 1922-1934 f. 3 War Pennant, 1923-1928, Mark E. Valdez (Agent Wyoming) f. 4 Wars End, 1925-1934, Clark Brothers (Agent Colorado) f. 5 Wars End, 1934-1935 f. 6 Washakie, 1930-1934 f. 7 Wave Of Eire, 1923-1938, S.A. Passey (Agent Arizona) f. 8 Weenie B, 1938-1943 f. 9 Welsh Broom, 1932-1934, W.A. Heap (Agent New Mexico) f. 10 Westerman, 1924-1928, Frank Billings (Agent New Mexico) f. 11 White Seal, 1930-1940, Milton L. White (Agent Colorado) f. 12 White Tie, 1938-1939 f. 13 Wigstone, 1932-1933 f. 14 Wild Tint, 1935-1940 f. 15 Winning Grouch, no breeding record f. 16 Winning His Way, 1929-1930, Forrest R. Stone (Agent Montana) f. 17 Winter Mist, no breeding record f. 18 Woodthrush, 1924-1927 f. 19 Wyoming, 1924-1931, Blaney Ranch (Agent Colorado) f. 20 Yo Peudo, 1924-1926, J.E. Bloom (Agent New Mexico) f. 21 Yurugari, 1921-1927 f. 22 Zados, 1925-1926 f. 23 Zembrod, O.C. 1932-1933, Tingley (Agent Montana) f. 24 Zenith, 1921-1922 f. 25 Zeus II, 1928-1942 f. 26 Zeus Laddie, 1925-1934, W.B. Spear (Agent Montana) f. 27 Zev, 1925-1927 f. 28 Zewa, no breeding record f. 29 Zurich, 1931-1936

SERIES TWO CONTINUED AGENT FILES, 1930-1950 (organized by name of agent, alphabetical order by last name, location, dates, and horse(s)) Box 1 f. 1 Allison, C. A., Weston, WY, 1932-1937, T.B. Tuskegee f. 2 Anderson, Alvin, Avance, SD, 1942-1946, Wood Prince f. 3 Annear, J. Wilbur, Mills City, MT, 1941-1946, Jedran and Mazeppa f. 4 Armington, William, Content, MT, 1943-1946, Cock Robinson f. 5 Badgett, Kirk, Ashland, MT, 1937-1942, Spirit River and Spanish Title f. 6 Bath, Earl, Laramie, WY, 1936-1942, Berrilsand and Loradale f. 7 Bearry, Clarence, Fort Pierre, SD, 1942-1947, Ever, Reno Lusty, Rescate

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f. 8 Berry, C.P., Recluse, WY, 1931-1940, Robinson Boy, Sageboys, Trailham f. 9 Blackford, A.M., Piniele, MT, 1934-1942, Mistenflute, Vez, General Parth f. 10 Blackner, Reuben Dr., Lyman, WY, 1940-1941, Granary f. 11 Boggs, George, Ekalaka, MT, 1932-1933, Mistenflute f. 12 Boissevain, J.G., Greenough, MT, 1930-1942, Hardwood, Saga Fow, Anotherone f. 13 Bradshaw, Joe, Locate, MT, 1940-1943, Cock Robinson f. 14 Brickley, Henry, Piedmont, SD, 1929-1930, Don, Pharaoh, The All American f. 15 Briggs, Harold, Mckinnan, WY, 1936-1943, Better Still, J.G. Bickel f. 16 Brinton, Richard K., Libby, MT, 1946-1947, Wood Prince f. 17 Brock, L.D., Buffalo, WY, 1944-1945, Dakota Note, Golden Bee f. 18 Buechle, Otto, Valentine, NE, 1944-1947, AANAD f. 19 Burke, V.W., Aberdeen, SD, 1944-1945, Vino f. 20 Butler, F.O., Hot Srpings, SD, 1931-1937, War Note, Mark Master, Irish Holiday, Stars and Bars f. 21 Butterfield, Ivan, Pawnee City, NE, 1941-1947, Old Master, Toteaster f. 22 Byerly, Vurn O., Cheyenne, WY, 1946, Acropolis f. 23 Byrne, Leslie C., Piedmont, WY, 1934-1936, Olin K f. 24 Carmichael, James L., Coal Springs, SD, 1947, I'll Get By f. 25 Chaffee, Francis, Union Center, SD, 1944-1947, Johnnycake f. 26 Cline, W.L., Manhattan, MT, 1943-1944, Reno Knockout f. 27 Connor, Tom, Melrose, MT, 1943-1944, Dakota Note f. 28 Cooksley, Leo C., Berwyn, NE, 1946-1947, Barbaritan, Lutaf f. 29 Cooper, J.J., Sturgis, SD, 1943-1947, Minesweeper f. 30 Cusker, Roy, Oswego, MT, 1940-1944, Kind Carl f. 31 Daily, Eben, Ashland, MT, 1936-1941, Long Time, Makanda f. 32 Dalton, Ernest, Cowley, WY, 1944-1947, Tickwood f. 33 Davis, B.F., Laramie, WY, 1940-1941, Sageboys f. 34 Davis, Cecil L., Lost Cabin, WY, 1943, Budlure f. 35 Deerlodge Farms Co., Stambaugh, V.G., Deerlodge, Montana, 1941-1943, Silver Lip f. 36 Dolve, Samuel H., Fessenden, ND, 1940, Bo McMillan f. 37 Doorty, John C., Ovando, MT, 1940-1941, Silver Lip f. 38 Doyle, James I., Rapid City, SD, 1944-1945, Algernon f. 39 Duffy, Elwood, Long Pine, NE, 1935-1942, Jinam, Hold Easy f. 40 Dunning, Forrest, Rosebud, MT, 1941-1944, Makanda f. 41 Dutton, Harry, Strool, SD, 1946, Cooper Chief f. 42 Eaton, WM., Wolf, WY, 1936-1945, Humanist, Robinson Boy, Big Light Gallant Snow f. 43 Edenfield, Ray, Casper, WY, 1945-1946, Friar Dolan f. 44 Edmonson, E.E., Great Falls, MT, 1932-1939, Ellanglock, Cock Robinson f. 45 Erbele, John, Lehr, ND, 1944-1946, Koluna, Old Reb f. 46 Essex, Howard, Livington, MT, 1944-1945, Bonneville f. 47 Ettles, Alfred, Ipswich, SD, 1941-1943, Honi Soit f. 48 Fife, Alex, Evanston, WY, 1942-1943, Aldeano f. 49 Fitch, N.M., Echeta, WY, 1938-1943, Listening Ears f. 50 Fixen, Lewis M., Parkman, WY, 1937-1941, Snug Harbor, Particular f. 51 Fogh, Nels, Strool, SD, 1934-1943, Old Dutch, Dark Hero

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f. 52 Fordyce, Allen O., Sheridan, MY, 1937-1942, Blue Ash, Stalstar, Forest Play, Pas De Calais II f. 53 Forrester, Roy W., Dillon, MT, 1941-1945, Rich Phil, Dozeless f. 54 Fort Berthold Indian Agency, Elbowoods, ND, 1931-1933, Sully, Admiral Bayly, Raphia f. 55 Fowler, John L., Painter, WY, 1940-1943, Pay Check f. 56 Fox, George C., Bayard, NE, 1944-1947, Indian Name, Santouri Box 2 f. 1 Frame, D.G., Reliance, SD, 1923-1943, Kaleidoscope, Quick Devil, Ever, Lady Chemist, Bonnie Bird, War Note f. 2 Fridy, S.N., White River, SD, 1942, Grand Vizier f. 3 Gaibler, Fred C., Eustis, NE, 1944, Khalaf f. 4 Gallatin, Goelet, Big Horn, WY, 1934-1939, Chief John, Chinook f. 5 Gierke, H.F. Jr., Watford City, ND, 1942-1945, Barrons f. 6 Glenn, C.T., Kirby, MT, 1939-1942, Hamilkar, Magyar f. 7 Goodwin, C.D., Shell, WY, 1940-1943, Hercynian f. 8 Grace, Tony, West Yellowstone, MT, 1932-1942, Adanor, Sasper f. 9 Graff, Leslie, Johnstown, NE, 1941-1944, Lucky Arcadia f. 10 Graham, C.T. & Son, Ellsworth, NE, 1945-1946, Jack Beyond f. 11 Grantier, Lewis, Banks, ND, 1932-1939, Bramstar, Pugnacious f. 12 Hagenbarth, D.V., Reichle, MT, 1926-1935, El Primo, Stepson, Bunga Buck, Big Spring f. 13 Haley, James L., Sturgis, SD, 1944-1946, Johnnycake f. 14 Hall, Ernest, Gillette, WY, 1940-1944, Sir Bud, Porterdi f. 15 Harbaugh, Carl, Jordan, MT, 1945, Fairmaster f. 16 Harman, Walter J., Newell, SD, 1942-1945, sir Herade f. 17 Harms, Donald E., Simeon, NE, 1942-1947, Field Officer, Mont Kau, Oczeret f. 18 Harrison, William Henry, Dayton, WY, 1940-1942, Blackfoot 2nd f. 19 Helvey, R.T., Sheridan, WY, 1941-1946, Gold Bug, Bewithus, Dashalong f. 20 Henderson, Earl, Berg, ND, 1932-1934, Modesta f. 21 Hesselgesser, Samuel, Burwell, NE, 1942-1945, Romanesque f. 22 Hickcox, Bill, Ekalaka, MT, 1931-1932, Big Luke f. 23 Hill, Otis J., Glendive, MT, 1944, Tickwood f. 24 Hohnholz, Bud, Jelm, WY, 1941-1944, Light Dew, Prince Saxon f. 25 Holcomb, Gene, Harding, SD, 1940-1942, Esperalid f. 26 Howell, T.C., Newcastle, WY, 1936-1942, Trailham, Clonsilla f. 27 Hull, Lyle F., Gordon, NE, 1940-1942, Koluna, Alhaamed f. 28 Humphrey, Bert, White River, SD, 1937-1942, War Instigator, Pictin f. 29 Hylton, J.R., Douglas, WY, 1933-1946, Sir Barton, Above Par, Big Flag, Force March, Green Palms f. 30 Ireland, H.S., Martin, SD, 1939-1941, Dark Winter, Sully f. 31 Irion, A.J., Oliver MT, 1934-1943, Grand Vizier, Clonsilla, Sageboys f. 32 Jenks, Tom, Arvada, WY, 1944, Due North f. 33 Johnson, Ralph, Wayzata, Minn., 1945-1947, Blond Knight f. 34 Jones, A.C., Rose, NE, 1941-1944, Ashland Boy f. 35 Jones, Tom, Wheatland, WY, 1948, Pennywise f. 36 Kelley, Elizabeth M., Helmville, MT, 1940-1942, Aldeano f. 37 Kelsey, A.R., Stacey, MT, 1934-1940, Silver Lip, Burke's Boy

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f. 38 Kempton, E.F., Terry, MT, 1942-1944, Jim Robin f. 39 Kime, A.G., Cody, NE, 1931-1944, Oakridge, Firing Point, Otto Friz f. 40 King, R.S. Jr., Kaycee, WY, 1939-1941, Knight Club, Forest Play f. 41 Koessler, Horace, Seeley Lake, MT, 1939-1943, Quick One f. 42 Kongslie, Axel, Towner, ND, 1941-1942, Barrons f. 43 Landrum, Asa, Danville, IO, 1944, Jubilate f. 44 Lane, Dennis, Buffalo, SD, 1940-1943, Boro Poker f. 45 Law, Robert O., Chugwater, WY, 1936-1942, Dozeless, Toyokah f. 46 Lazear, Robert W., Wyoming Hereford Ranch, Cheyenne, WY, 1938, Paavo f. 47 Leake, R.M., Jelm, WY, 1942, Delwyn f. 48 Lewis, Fred & Bernice, Browning, MT, 1929-1947, Duke of Lancaster, Gowan, Uptime, Portsur, Townsend Boy, Magic Hour, Tagpole f. 49 Lewis, Waldo, Broadus, MT, 1936-1943, Vanquish, Gordon's Stamp f. 50 Licking, Norman, Seneca, NE, 1944, Reno Kaffir f. 51 Livingston, D.D., Scenic, SD, 1940, Kitcat 2nd f. 52 Looby, H.A., Martin, SD, 1940-1942, Lance Corporal, Benares f. 53 Lytle, Matt, Browning, MT, 1936-1942, Portsur, Uptime f. 54 Macdonald, Duncan H., Forsyth, MT, 1941-1942, Paavo f. 55 Malcolm, Kirk W., Newell, SD, 1937-1942, Sir Herade, Esperalid f. 56 Martin, Earl, Glacier Park, MT, 1933, El Pennant f. 57 Mason, L.G., Lavina, MT, 1936-1947, Guilsborough, The Greek, Fasching, Gamhuri f. 58 Matthaei, W.E., Fessenden, ND, 1937-1940, Bo McMillan f. 59 McAllister, J.A., McAllister, MT, 1930-1943, Recall, Durham, Mentor Mick, Herrilsand f. 60 McCarty, Ed, Chugwater, WY, 1933-1945, Paavo, Big Light, Stalstar, Tote, Sir Gordon f. 61 McConnell, Kenneth, Ainsworth, NE, 1945-1946, Happy Man f. 62 McDowell, C., Sioux City, IO, 1925-1930, Gebhat Al Nour, Namrid Box 3 f. 1 McGinnis, Wm., LaBarge, WY, 1944-1946, Vez f. 2 McLatchy, Walter, Ashland, MT, 1930-1939, Sunfast, Moorcroft f. 3 Merritt, King, Federal, WY, 1937, Knight Club f. 4 Metzger, Ivan V., Williston, ND, 1932-1941, Pugnacious, Bramstar, Billbo, Nicodemus, Benares f. 5 Meyer, Louis C., Omaha, NE, 1944, Vez f. 6 Milburn, G.R., Grass Range, MT, 1942-1944, Phailanthropist f. 7 Miller, Grace, Bozeman, MT, 1940-1945, Sidney Grant, Reno Kandy, Acropolis f. 8 Miller, H.L., Sand Springs, MT, 1941-1942, Black Warwick f. 9 Miller, Robert R., Uva, WY, 1938-1942, Senator Knox, Hillside f. 10 Mitchell, Irl, Reva, SD, 1944-1945, Lance Corporal f. 11 Mogle, Jim, Cody, NE, 1943-1946, Yellow Horse f. 12 Montgomery, R.G., Cogswell, ND, 1924-1942, Elkwood, Lad O'Mine, Irish Holiday, Bo McMillan, Plumb Square, Stars and Bars f. 13 Moore, A.M., Marion, MT, 1935-1939, Ferados f. 14 Moore, George, Potomac, MT, 1942-1943, Anotherone f. 15 Moore, Mary Reno, Teckla, WY, 1931-1943, Healy, Camas King f. 16 Morell, Nels, Fairpoint, SD, 1938-1942, Stars and Bars, Old Dutch f. 17 Morledge, Roy V., Billings, MT, 1931-1937, Uptime, Clonsilla

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f. 18 Morton, E.H., Bassett, NE, 1943-1946, Don, Sir Norman f. 19 Morton, E.J., Douglas, WY, 1926-1944, Homestretch, Healy, Eight O Four f. 20 Mosser, Ralph, Trotters, ND, 1940-1942, Forced March f. 21 Nicholson, J.C., Hamilton, MT, 1935-1943, Stout Brooms, Big Flag f. 22 Nimmo, Bruce, Cheyenne, WY, 1935-1945, Carbineer, Irish Mick f. 23 Noffsinger, G.W., Kalispell, MT, 1928-1942, Sulieman, Mahruz, Plenibotentiary, El Pennant, Rosin, Gowan, Starab, Knight Club f. 24 Norman, William F., Browning, MT, 1943-1944, Budlure f. 25 O'Neil, Charles R., Big Piney, WY, 1939-1942, Robber Baron f. 26 Okie, V.G., 1936-1944, Light Dew, Dozeless f. 27 Oliver, Lou, Browning, MT, 1942-1943, Plenipotentiary f. 28 ORR, A.M., Cameron, MT, 1939-1942, Hiram f. 29 Paige, Bert, Paige Stock Company, Alder, MT, 1943-1944, Dr. J.P. O'Connell f. 30 Patterson Land Company, Bismarck, ND, 1940-1942, Numide, Bo McMillan f. 31 Payton, G.L. & Frank, Millboro, SD, 1924-1942, Hunkey Dorey, John White, Vino, Al Strauss f. 32 Petsch, Fred, Torrington, WY, 1937-1940, Stalstar, Rome Haul f. 33 Phelps, Albert L., Camp Crook, SD, 1943-1944, Creeper, Vino f. 34 Pitts, Arvel, Custer, SD, 1931-1943, Fire Chief, Protection, Colonel Rivers f. 35 Porter, Wilmer C., Kane, WY, 1935-1944, Big Luke, Frisco Kid f. 36 Power, C.B., Wolf Creek, MT, 1935-1942, Elpennant, Scamp f. 37 Rabe, Wm. O., Dickinson, ND, 1943-1944, Boro Poker f. 38 Ragen, Wm., Townsend, MT, 1939-1940, Russmore f. 39 Ramey, James, Wanblee, SD, 1941-1944, Straw Man f. 40 Rapid Creek Ranch, (Halliwell Duell & Bob Wood), Sheridan WY, 1940, Carbineer f. 41 Reel, Paul H., Spencer, NE, 1935-1947, Sully, Irish Holiday, Balroma, Grain De Café, Perchene f. 42 Reynolds, Joe, Douglas, WY, 1936-1940, Dress Ship f. 43 Richter, R.A., Bozeman, MT, 1939, Russmor f. 44 Roberts, Clifford V., Hulett, WY, 1937-1944, Jupiter, Vanquish, Pay Check f. 45 Robertson, Tot, Jordan, MT, 1941-1943, Particular f. 46 Ross, H.B., Jordan, MT, 1938-1943, Official f. 47 Rymill, W.L., Lusk, WY, 1944-1945, Reno Jupiter, Bonneville f. 48 Schall, Robert, Arlee, MT, 1939-1945, Daly, Starab f. 49 Schall, W.E., Arlee, MT, 1930-1943, Hiram, Swiftlet, Saga Fow, Dress Ship f. 50 Schildt, Andrew, Browning, MT, 1943-1944, Plenipotentiary f. 51 Schmidt, Carl J., Dull Center, WY, 1937-1940, Ravenal f. 52 Schriner, Edward J., Custer, SD, 1943-1947, Chief John, Drypool, Forty Winks f. 53 Scott, Foster, Dubois, WY, 1936-1942, Pennywise, Reno Kandy, Bostwar f. 54 Scott, Gaylord W., Plankinton, SD, 1940-1941, Don f. 55 Secrest, W.H., Gordon, NE, 1943-1947, Stars and Bars, Breezy Bill, Reno Magic, Spreewalder f. 56 Selland, Oscar, Letcher, SD, 1931-1942, Scarlet Prince, Sebastian f. 57 Shelhamer, A.C., Clyde Park, MT, 1938-1942, Sasper, Hiram f. 58 Sherburne, J.L., Browning, MT, 1942-1943, Plenipotentiary f. 59 Shoemaker, John, Fort Pierre, SD, 1945, Morse Code f. 60 Shoun Bros., (Carl & Allen), Viewfield, SD, 1937-1942, Wood Prince, Skipton

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f. 61 Sittler, Ben, Kirby, MT, 1939-1943, Humanist, Elisha Lee f. 62 Smedberg, Carl, Fort Totten, ND, 1937-1941, Sebastian Box 4 f. 1 Smith, Guy D., Brewster, NE, 1942-1944, Happy Man f. 2 Stanton, W.D., Arlee, MT, 1940-1944, Stout Brooms, Big Light f. 3 Stewart, Conyers, Kirby, MT, 1944, King Carl f. 4 Stirling, Robert, Hayes, SD, 1941-1944, Midnight Watch f. 5 Storm, Claude E., Hulett, WY, 1939-1941, Vez f. 6 Sullivan, John F., Mandan, ND, 1939-1943, Algernon f. 7 Taylor, J.V., Carrizozo, NM, 1931, Turf Idol f. 8 Taylor, Leo, Oswego, MT, 1943-1946, Old Reb, Pay Check f. 9 Tetly, Edward, Medora, ND, 1933-1943, Kind Man, Burning Glass, Forced March f. 10 Thexton, Albert, Ennis, MT, 1930, Sungleam f. 11 Trople, Frank, Fort Pierre, SD, 1940-1942, Ever f. 12 Usher, Mark E., Martin, SD, 1943,Lance Corporal f. 13 Vacik, Ben, Sunol, NE, 1940, Miami Triad f. 14 Van Auken, James, Buffalo, WY, 1940-1942, Ravenal f. 15 Vollin, Sid, Nashua, MT, 1938-1942, Elisha Lee, Boston Fair, Gordon Trail f. 16 Van Cleve, Paul L., Big Timber, MT, 1936-1945, Suppliant, El Pennant f. 17 Vandehei, Earl, Cheyenne, WY, 1934-1943, Loradale, Acropolis f. 18 Vroman, Colonel J., Buffalo, SD, 1938-1942, Lucky Arcadia, Red Barton f. 19 Wachter, Eugene, Bismarck, ND, 1940-1945, Vino, Fairmaster f. 20 Waddill, H.T., Irwin, NE, 1943-1946, Crow Butte, Firing Point f. 21 Wallis Brothers, Bosler, WY, 1941-1946, Paul Whiteman f. 22 Walton, John, Frazer, MT, 1944-1946, Cockalorum f. 23 Watson, C.R., Marsland & Mitchell, NE, 1941-1944, Mark Master, Airforce f. 24 Weeks, Ben H., Dubois, WY, 1936-1946, Porterdi, Notus, Toney Boots\ f. 25 Welton, A.L. & R.D., Wolcott, WY, 1935-1942, Bud Mac Dougall, O'Turk f. 26 Wightman, Arthur L., Williston, ND, 1940-1943, Billbo, Burning Glass f. 27 Williams, Dick, Fort Pierre, SD, 1943-1944, Jinam f. 28 Wind River Indian Agency, Fort Washakie, WY, 1945-1946, Swanton, Birdsell f. 29 Yarbrough, T.E., Laramie, WY, 1941-1944, Ragged Sailor f. 30 Yegen, Dave C., Browning, MT, 1939-1942, Plenipotentiary f. 31 York, L.N., Carter, SD, 1940-1943, Paget Creek, Russmor f. 32 Young, Arthur D., Moorcroft, WY, 1935, Last Call f. 33 Zimmerschied, Thomas W., Moorcroft, WY, 1941-1943, Our Shadow

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SERIES TWO CONTINUED APPLICANT FILES, ca.1940-1950, Allen thru Sweatt Box 1 f. 1, Allen, Reed (Jr.), Lander, WY, 1940 f. 2, Allison, C.A., Broadus, MT, 1936-1940 f. 3, Anderson, Graydon, Brownlee, NE, 1946 f. 4, Andersen, Lyal Q., Mitchell, SD, 1940-1942 f. 5, Andis, R.G. & Clark, Presho, SD, 1939-1941 f. 6, Arithson, Ed., Karinen, SD, 1939 f. 7, Askin, Bob, Ismay, MT, 1931-1945 f. 8, Avers, Alvie, Edgar, NE, 1946 f. 9, Bachand, Oscar, Sturgis, SD, 1942-1943 f. 10, Badgett, Wallace E., Ashland, MT, 1931-1940 f. 11, Barth, Harry, Almont, ND, 1941 f. 12, Bartholomew, John, Cody, NE, 1946 f. 13, Bartling, Herman, Burke, SD, 1940 f. 14, Barton, Floyd, Dunning, NE, 1946 f. 15, Bean, Clifford L., Belle Fourche, SD, 1942 f. 16, Beemer, Eugene, Wood, SD, 1940 f. 17, Berlin, E.A., Waterloo Wisconsin, 1943-1944 f. 18, Berndt, Alvin H., Herreid, SD, 1937-1947 f. 19, Betz, Constance G., Ishawooa, WY, 1941-1942 f. 20, Biesiot, Harry, Graceton, Minnesota, 1942 f. 21, Blank, Phil, Mandan, ND, 1944-1947 f. 22, Bloom, Chester L, Corning, Iowa, 1946 f. 23, Bloom, Willard, Quinn, SD, 1944-1945 f. 24, Boots & Saddles Club, Chamberlain, SD, 1934 f. 25, Bowden, Joe, Crandall, SD, 1939 f. 26, Boyer, Fred R., Mullen, NE, 1947 f. 27, Boyland, George S., Provo, SD, 1943 f. 28, Bradfield, Harold, Cottonwood, SD, 1940-1941 f. 29, Brainard, Jack, Auburn, Iowa, 1947 f. 30, Bramble, S.W., Wisconsin Rapids, WI, 1941 f. 31, Brame, Frank, Dawson, ND, 1940 f. 32, Brawner, Frank S., Russell, Minnesota, 1945 f. 33, Bressler, John T. (Jr.), Wayne, NE, 1941-1942 f. 34, Bright, Dexter L., Missoula, MT, 1947 f. 35, Bruning, Fred H., Bruning, NE, 1947 f. 36, Buchli, A.R., Fargo, ND, 1933-1934 f. 37, Bunge, Norman J., Mauston, Wis., 1947 f. 38, Callsen, Raymond, Crandall, SD, 1941 f. 39, Calverly, Robt. V., Wessington Springs, SD, 1927-1932 f. 40, Carmichael, E.L., Saint Paul, Minn., 1946 f. 41, Carmichael, John, Oldham, SD, 1940 f. 42, Caufield, H.A. (Dr.), Jamestown, ND, 1944 f. 43, Chamberlain, James L., North Platte, NE, 1943-1944

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f. 44, Chamberlain, Hugh, Akron, Iowa, 1942 f. 45, Chase, Ralph W., Decatur, Iowa, 1942 f. 46, Cheney, Harold H., Belgrade, MT, 1938-1941 f. 47, Christensen, Emma (Mrs.), Croff, ND, 1933 f. 48, Clark, Ervin (Mrs.), Altoona, Iowa, 1945 f. 49, Cleaveland, V.N., Williston, ND, 1941 f. 50, Cole, Harold, Forsyth, MT, 1940-1946 f. 51, Cone, Benj. A., Windom, Minnesota, 1945 f. 52, Connell, Henry E., Great Falls, MT, 1934-1944 f. 53, Couch, Guy, O'Neill, NE, 1947 f. 54, Crawford, Harold, Madison, Wisconsin, 1945 f. 55, Culbertson, Wm. A., Maxbass, ND, 1934-1935 f. 56, Cutler, H.L., Fort Benton, MT, 1930-1941 f. 57, Daniel, August C., Bridgeport, NE, 1947 f. 58, Darrow, Earl, Dewey, SD, 1941 f. 59, Daschendorf, Gottlob, Ashley, ND, 1935-1936 f. 60, Davis, J.E., McClusky, ND, 1938-1939 f. 61, Diedrich, Pete, Bushnell, SD, 1942 f. 62, Dobson, Clarence, Decatur, Iowa, 1942-1945 f. 63, Dunbar, Everett, Twin Valley, Minnesota, 1945-1947 f. 64, Eaton, J.C., Minot, ND, 1939-1943 f. 65, Eck, Samuel K., Mott, ND, 1934-1935 f. 66, Embree, WM. Dean, New York, NY, 1936-1940 f. 67, Enos, J.G., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1942 f. 68, Ericson, August, Martin, SD, 1928-1942 f. 69, Findahl, N.T., Medora, ND, 1934 f. 70, Finger, Wallace L., Pine Ridge, SD, 1941 f. 71, Finney, Hubert, Thedford, NE, 1946 f. 72, Fliginger, Ervin, Garrison, ND, 1936-1937 f. 73, Flower, Luie, C. (Jr.), Minatare, NE, 1946-1948 f. 74, Forbes, Vernon D., Wahpeton, ND, 1945 f. 75, Forsyth, W.E., Northville, SD, 1938 f. 76, Foster, R.L. (Jr.), Coal Springs, SD, 1928-1937 f. 77, Frayer, R.E., Encampment, WY, 1940 f. 78, Freeman, Wayne, Kennebec, SD, 1931 f. 79, Fuller, Prof. James G., Madison, Wisconsin, 1946 f. 80, Gaines, Alvin B., Sanger, ND, 1928-1940 f. 81, Gainey, Daniel C., Owatonna, Minnesota, 1946 f. 82, Galbraith, Francis J., Trail City, SD, 1933 f. 83, Garrigan, George A., Beloit, Wisconsin, 1946 f. 84, Gilderhus, Thomas L., Elkton, Minnesota, 1944-1946 f. 85, Graboski, Emil, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, 1944 f. 86, Granger, Roe A., Aberdeen, SD, 1938-1939 f. 87, Guindon Bros., Plankinton, SD, 1930-1932 f. 88, Gunderson, Garfield, Clintonville, Wisconsin, 1944 f. 89, Hagen, Maxten, Prairie City, Iowa, 1946 f. 90, Halgrimson, Martin, Presho, SD, 1935-1937

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f. 91, Halverson, Arnold, Wildrose, ND, 1933-1934 f. 92, Hammel, Raymond, Dunn Center, ND, 1933-1941 f. 93, Hammer, George & Fred, Reeder, ND, 1933-1934 f. 94, Hanks, R.F., West Yellowstone, MT, 1938-1943 f. 95, Hansen, Maj., Percy M., Jamestown, ND, 1940 f. 96, Harrowa, James, Pierre, SD, 1933-1941 f. 97, Haskell, Charles, Elsmere, NE, 1944-1946 f. 98, Haskell, Riley K., Gandy, NE, 1938-1944 f. 99, Henry, Heap, Thayne, WY, 1936-1941 f. 100, Heikes, E.V., Vermillion, SD, 1943 f. 101, Heitland, Harmon, Wolsey, SD, 1937-1944 f. 102, Henson, Harry, Lincoln, NE, 1946 f. 103, Hersom, George N., Marshfield, Wisconsin, 1944 f. 104, Herval, Joe V., Dodson, MT, 1941-1942 f. 105, Heston, Delbert, Kennebec, SD, 1940 f. 106, Hibner, Harry, Chance, SD, 1938-1939 f. 107, Hickey, John, Philipsburg, MT, 1940 f. 108, Hofland, Florence, Cut Bank, MT, 1946-1947 f. 109, Holcombe, Donald D., Missouri Valley, Iowa, 1946 f. 110, Hoovestol, Axel G., Almont, ND, 1939-1940 f. 111, Horton, Frank, Buffalo, WY, 1935-1940 f. 112, Houska, Willard, Pukwana, SD, 1941 f. 113, Hudson, Ralph W., Fairbury, NE, 1947 f. 114, Huffman, R.E., Aberdeen, SD, 1943 f. 115, Huls, Joe, H., Salem, SD, 1941-1942 f. 116, Hurlbut, Carrie B.S., Mateetse, WY, 1929-1940 f. 117, Irvine, Van R., Midwest, WY, 1937-1944 f. 118, Harold, Iwan, Stamford, SD, 1939 f. 119, Jahnke, H.W., Tripoli, Iowa, 1940-1944 f. 120, Jensen, Howard, Sorum, SD, 1938 f. 121, Jensen, Pete, Buffalo, WY, 1942-1944 f. 122, Jones, RH, Johnson, Ted L., Johnson, Standish, Jawsma Wyoming Seller, Johnson, Waines, Jackson JC, Johnson Ralph, Montana, 1940-1947 f. 123, Jones, Rose Marie, Anaconda, MT, 1943-1947 f. 124, Jordan, Matthew E., Kirby, MT, 1939-1940 f. 125, Kearns, Walter M., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1944-1945 f. 126, Kelley, D.L., Pierre, SD, 1940-1941 f. 127, Kemske, Stables, New Ulm., Minnesota, 1942-1945 f. 128, Keogh, Frank P., Keene, ND, 1940-1943 f. 129, Kindelspire, Gene, Leola, SD, 1942-1946 f. 130, Kinsey, James R., Baker, MT, 1941-1943 f. 131, Knight, Wallace, Cherry Creek, SD, 1937-1938 f. 132, Koltes, C.C., Fargo, ND, 1942

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Box 2 f. 1, La Plant, Freddie, La Plant, SD, 1941-1942 f. 2, Labenz, Monda, Albion, NE, 1946 f. 3, Ladegard, N.W., Sidney, NE, 1946 f. 4, Larsen, C., Brookings, SD, 1941 f. 5, Larson, Monty, Carpio, ND, 1931-1935 f. 6, Laumann, A.D., Stratton, NE, 1946 f. 7, Lawrence, H.I., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1934-1942 f. 8, Laws, Robert, Darby, MT, 1940-1945 f. 9, Leach, Julia B. (or W.A.) & Elizabeth, Bismarck, ND, 1935 f. 10, Leslie, John J., Herrick, SD, 1925-1940 f. 11, Lewis, Fred, Wall, SD, 1943 f. 12, Lewton, Lyle, Lodgepole, SD, 1941 f. 13, Loffelmacher, P.J., Belfield, ND, 1941 f. 14, Lorentzen, Osborne, Washburn, ND, 1931 f. 15, Losey, Wm., Allen, SD., 1927 f. 16, Lubenow, Richard, Tyler, ND, 1934-1940 f. 17, Mabee, M., Parker, SD, 1943 f. 18, Mapps, Carl, Green Lake, Wisconsin, 1940-1941 f. 19, Martell, C.F., Charbonneau, ND, 1931 f. 20, Martin, Thelma, Philip, SD, 1942 f. 21, Mason, C.R., Akron, Iowa, 1940-1941 f. 22, McCombs, V.V., Roubaix, SD, 1934-1937 f. 23, McDonald, Sam, Grassy Butte, ND, 1930-1931 f. 24, McConnell, J.E., Trenton, NE, 1947 f. 25, McIlroy, E.G., Glenburn, ND, 1941 f. 26, McMillan, T.W., Milburn, NE, 1946-1947 f. 27, McPherson, John, Baggs, WY, 1934-1940 f. 28, Meschke, Edward & Son, Morristown, Minnesota, 1946 f. 29, Meyer, Earl N., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1947 f. 30, Miewald, Leroy, Shambo, MT, 1931-1941 f. 31, Miles, Leo, North Platte, NE, 1946 f. 32, Miles, William, Ten Sleep, WY, 1942 f. 33, Miller, Fred, Edison, NE, 1947 f. 34, Miller, Henry A., Mona, MT, 1942-1943 f. 35, Montgomery, K.A., Dewey, SD, 1934 f. 36, Morgan, Horace F., Bozeman, MT, 1940-1941 f. 37, Mueller, Henry, Rewey, Wisconsin, 1944 f. 38, Muhm, Virgil I., Oral, SD, 1939-1940 f. 39, Murphy, Chas. E., Alliance, NE, 1947 f. 40, Nason, Steve, Niagara, ND, 1940 f. 41, Neidhardt, Albert, Hebron, ND, 1940 f. 42, Newton, Eugene, Ainsworth, NE, 1947 f. 43, Nicholls, Ivan H., Cokeville, WY, 1941-1942 f. 44, Nickelson, Ferrin E., Thermopolis, WY, 1931-1940 f. 45, Nicol, John F., Sparts, Wisconsin, 1944 f. 46, North, John J., Burchard, NE, 1946

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f. 47, O'Leary, Frank E., Firesteel, SD, 1941 f. 48, Oakes, L.G., Beresford, SD, 1941 f. 49, Oliver, Arthur M., Hullett, WY, 1940 f. 50, Olsen, Birnell, McKinnon, WY, 1945-1946 f. 51, Olson, Cornelius B., Killdeer, ND, 1945 f. 52, Orcutt, E.P., Ashland, MT, 1935-1941 f. 53, Otto, Bill, Medora, ND, 1945 f. 54, Paine, F.H., Marshall, Minnesota, 1942 f. 55, Peters, Leslie, Norris, MT, 1939-1946 f. 56, Pfander, Al, Clarinda, Iowa, 1942-1947 f. 57, Phelps, Everett D., Northfield, Minnesota, 1934-1944 f. 58, Pierce, Tom M., Grant, MT, 1939-1945 f. 59, Peterson, Martin, Almont, ND, 1937 f. 60, Platte, Howard, Viborg, SD, 1939 f. 61, Polley, E.A., Rochester, Wisconsin, 1946 f. 62, Pritchard, John, Spalding, NE, 1947 f. 63, Radcliff, Lyle, Stuart, NE, 1933-1939 f. 64, Rasmussen, R.F., Montevideo, Minnesota, 1940-1941 f. 65, Rate, Henry, Riverton, WY, 1941-1944 f. 66, Reich, Emil, Hazen, ND, 1944 f. 67, Reid, Marvin, Saratoga, WY, 1939-1940 f. 68, Reynick, James A., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1943 f. 69, Reynolds, F.D., Mitchell, SD, 1941-1942 f. 70, Reynolds, Sidney C., Cora, WY, 1938-1946 f. 71, Richey, Martin S., Hulett, WY, 1941-1942 f. 72, Roberts, Charles T. & Son, Rewey, Wisconsin, 1944 f. 73, Robin, Donald J., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1945 f. 74, Robley, L.G., Timber Lake, SD, 1941-1944 f. 75, Rosander, Pierre, Strugis, SD, 1933 f. 76, Ross, William E., Sioux City, Iowa, 1946 f. 77, Rott, Walter, Lehr, ND, 1932 f. 78, Rourke, John D., Broken Bow, NE, 1946 f. 79, Rouse, Eldon, Grundy Center, Iowa, 1941 f. 80, Safely, Lyle E., Charbonneau, ND, 1941 f. 81, Salveson, Carl E., Wildrose, ND, 1934 f. 82, Sams, Harry, 1943 f. 83, Samuelson, Carl & Sons, Faith, SD, 1939-1940 f. 84, Sandberg, Merlin C., Nelson, Wisconsin, 1946 f. 85, Savage, Don, Salem, Iowa, 1942 f. 86, Schaefer, H.L., Onida, SD, 1939-1941 f. 87, Schmit, Ed J., New Richmond, Wisconsin, 1946 f. 88, Schuck, Wm. J., New Ulm, Minnesota, 1943-1945 f. 89, Scurr, Major K.R., Pierre, SD, 1940 f. 90, Shelburn, O.E., Alma, NE, 1946 f. 91, Shepard, Frederick, Burnstad, ND, 1932-1933 f. 92, Sheppard, Ray, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 1947 f. 93, Simmet, Richard, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, 1946

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f. 94, Slider, T.S., Dewey, SD, 1927-1931 f. 95, Smith, C.L., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1945 f. 96, Smith, Myles W., Chippewa Falls, Wisonsin, 1941 f. 97, Sorenson, Howard, Wessington, SD, 1933 f. 98, Spiller, Glenn, Huron, SD, 1941 f. 99, Stacy, J.E. (Dr.), Whitehall, Wisconsin, 1944 f. 100, Stalnaker, Floyd, Dubois, WY, 1940-1944 f. 101, Starr & Gill Livestock Co., Fairview, MT, 1945-1946 f. 102, Starck, William N., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1940 f. 103, Stevick, Harry H., Verse, WY, 1936-1940 f. 104, Stewart, Dugald, Bowman, ND, 1934 f. 105, Streepy, Guy, Udell, Iowa, 1940-1944 f. 106, Swanser, L.J., Brusett, MT, 1933-1942 f. 107, Sweatt, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1944

Box 3 APPLICANT FILES, ca. 1940-1950, Tainter thru Zischka f. 1, Taintor, E.J., Park River, ND, 1933 f. 2, Tarnasky, Dan, Lehr, ND, 1938-1939 f. 3, Tatro, Floyd S., Parkston, SD, 1945-1946 f. 4, Thompson, H.D., Fulton, SD, 1940 f. 5, Thompson, Roland L., Burbank, CA, 1944 f. 6, Thorne, Richard, Antigo, Wisconsin, 1947 f. 7, Tinant, Chas., Lakeview, SD, 1941 f. 8, Titus, Gordon, Clough, SD, 1933 f. 9, Towne, Everett, Midland, SD, 1940-1941 f. 10, Trask, Mack, Boneita Springs, SD, 1938 f. 11, Trickel, R.D., Monroe, Wisconsin, 1946 f. 12, Troxle, Frank, Tuttle, ND, 1940-1942 f. 13, Varland, Percy A., Watauga, SD, 1943 f. 14, Voorhees, Robert, Poplar, MT, 1932-1940 f. 15, Walker, Frank, Conata, SD, 1933 f. 16, Walker, Hans, Van Hook, ND, 1933 f. 17, Walker, F.O., Green Bay, Wisconsin, 1940 f. 18, Wallen, Vern L., Sioux City, IA, 1940 f. 19, Ward, Harold R., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1941 f. 20, Wash, Fields, Ekalaka, MT, 1926-1940 f. 21, Wearin, Hon. Otha D., Hastings, IA, 1940 f. 22, Welborn, Ray W., North Platte, NE, 1945 f. 23, Wieg, A.C., Sheldon, ND, 1925-1928 f. 24, Williams, C. Roy, Camp Crook, SD, 1938-1944 f. 25, Willette, Vern, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1942 f. 26, Wilson, Cliff, Gann Valley, SD, 1927-1929 f. 27, Winch, Henry, Froid, MT, 1941-1942 f. 28, Winter, Glendon, Hallcock, Minnesota, 1943-1944 f. 29, Withroe, Arie D., Lark, ND, 1934-1935

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f. 30, Wood, B.G., Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, 1946 f. 31, Wood, Waldon C., Quinn, SD, 1943 f. 32, Wright, Leonard, Viewfield, SD, 1939-1944 f. 33, Wudel, Bernard, Mitchell, SD, 1944 f. 34, Wurnig, Albert W., Hereford, SD, 1939-1940 f. 35, Yorgason, Burlington, WY, 1943 f. 36, Young, R.J., Wagner, MT, 1944 f. 37, Zielsky, Eugene, South Shore, SD, 1937-1941 f. 38, Zischka, John A (Jr.), New Ulm, Minnesota, 1944 Box 3 Continued DEAD APPLICANT FILES, ca. 1940-1950, A thru Z f. 1, Angus, Earl, Ewing, NE, 1944-1945 f. 2, Cook, Louie C., Bartlett, NE, Dahnke, E.J., Stratton, NE, 1944-1947 f. 3, Eagan, Raymond, Imperial, NE, 1944-1945 f. 4, McGinnis, Bill, Lodge Pole, NE, Newhoff, Dale D., Albion, NE, 1944-1945 f. 5, Pflum, R.A., Enders, NE, Phelps, A.C., Superior, NE, Phillipps, H.A.,, Burwell, NE, 19401947 f. 6, Rawlings, L.M., Burwell, NE, 1942 f. 7, Yohn, Lowell B., Ansley, NE, 1945-1946

SERIES TWO SELLER FILES, ca. 1940-1950, Anderson thru Yegen Box 1 f. 1, Anderson, Owen, Lodge Grass, MT, 1941-1942 f. 2, Anderson, Victor, Great Falls, MT, 1934-1940 f. 3, Ashton, J.L., Ardmore, SD, 1939-1940 f. 4, Bakes, J.D., Jackson, WY, 1939-1942 f. 5, Billings Livestock Commission Co., Billings, MT, 1935-1945 f. 6, Black Hills Round-Up, Bellefourche, SD, 1929-1930 f. 7, Bozeman Livestock Commission Co., Bozeman, MT, 1943-1945 f. 8, Brown, Patsye, Oshoto, WY, 1934-1945 f. 9, Burdick, E.E., Huron, SD, 1939 f. 10, Cammack, J.O., Cooper, SD, 1941 f. 11, Case, Francis, Hon., Custer, SD, 1938 f. 12, Chipman, Ira E., Lodge Grass, MT, 1938-1942 f. 13, Collins, E.A., Torrington, WY, 1940 f. 14, Covey & Blainey Ranch, Cokeville, WY, 1940-1944 f. 15, Cox, Mark T., Cheyenne, WY, 1933-1943 f. 16, Crossan, G.R., Divide, WY, 1944-1945 f. 17, Curtis, Frank B., Wolf, WY, 1935-1940 f. 18, Davies, Hal S., Minot, ND, 1938-1940 f. 19, Donahue, John A., Meriden, WY, 1939-1942 f. 20, Eickhoff, Roy A., Forest Grove, MT, 1941-1945 f. 21, Evans, E.F., 1940-1942 f. 22, Farnsworth, Horace H., Sturgis, SD, 1937-1946

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f. 23, Farnsworth, Horace H., Hulett, WY, 1941-1943 f. 24, Flaat, O.A., Grand Forks, ND, 1942 f. 25, Galbreath Case, Cut Bank, MT, 1942-1943 f. 26, Green, C.I., Sheridan, WY, 1936-1942 f. 27, Hall, Evan W., Lewistown, MT, 1942 f. 28, Hall Noel, Rock River, WY, 1931-1942 f. 29, Hanson, A.B., Saratoga, WY, 1938-1940 f. 30, Hanson, Andrew, Sonnette, MT, 1936-1944 f. 31, Hawkins, Joseph, Shelby, MT, 1939-1942 f. 32, Holmes, Paul B., Encampment, WY, 1934-1944 f. 33, Kipp, James, Landusky, MT, 1938-1942 f. 34, Leech, A.E., Valier, MT, 1941-1942 f. 35, McCullough, A.D., Fort Pierre, SD, 1943 f. 36, Miller, Charles, Parkman, WY, 1937-1940 f. 37, Naylor, Harold L., Thermopolis, WY, 1941 f. 38, Nicholas, Ridgely, Dayton, WY, 1935-1943 f. 39, Norell, Dewey C., Rock River, WY, 1940 f. 40, O'Day & Egan, Dunlap, Iowa, 1946 f. 41, Olson, J.E., Ashland, MT, 1932-1940 f. 42, Pence, W.J., Fort Laramic, WY, 1936-1943 f. 43, Perrine, Ray, Rapid City, SD, 1941 f. 44, Peterson, F.B., Roundup, MT, 1941 f. 45, Ramer, J.A., Coalwood, MT, 1926-1942 f. 46, Reese, Sheldon, Aberdeen, SD, 1945 f. 47, Robb, Chester N., Bear Creek, WY, 1936-1941 f. 48, Shelhamer, Lloyd, Boseman, MT, 1935-1945 f. 49, Sloan, Stanley, Formerly Interior, SD, 1935-1944 f. 50, Smith, E.W., Armstead, MT, 1937-1942 f. 51, Stendahl, A.H., Roy, MT, 1929-1940 f. 52, Sture-Vasa, Helge S., Granite Canyon, WY, 1935-1942 f. 53, Suplee, Geo. R., Wheatland, WY, 1938-1942 f. 54, Svarre & Hansen, Yellowstone Livestock Commission Co., Sidney, MT, 1944 f. 55, Talkington, Pat, Ekalaka, MT, 1935-1947 f. 56, Thornton, Frank G., Torrington, WY, 1940 f. 57, Tooley, W.J., Lusk, WY, 1942 f. 58, Ueeck, Robert C., Melstone, MT, 1942 f. 59, Ward, Z.W., Dogie, WY, 1936-1941 f. 60, Wilkinson, Bud, LaGrange, WY, 1935-1941 f. 61, Wolf-Langman Livestock Commission Co. (Carl Corder), Great Falls, MT, 1938-1942 f. 62, Wood, George K., Conrad, MT, 1940-1942 f. 63, Wood, Wm. G., Conrad, MT, 1942 f. 64, Yegen, Peter (Jr.), Billings, MT, 1940-1943

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SERIES TWO MISC CORRESPONDENCE, 1929-1950 Box 1 f. 1 Misc. G f. 2 Misc. I f. 3 Misc. O f. 4 Misc. U and W f. 5 Misc. X, Y, and Z f. 6 Misc "C" (Montana) f. 7 Misc. "E" (Montana) f. 8 Misc. "O" (Montana) f. 9 Misc. "U thru V" (Montana f. 10 Misc. (Nebraska) f. 11 Misc. "A" (North Dakota) f. 12 Misc. "G" (North Dakota) f. 13 Misc. "H" (North Dakota) f. 14 Misc. "L" (North Dakota) f. 15 Misc. "O" (North Dakota) f. 16 Misc. "P" (North Dakota) f. 17 Misc. "R" (North Dakota) f. 18 Misc. "T" (North Dakota) f. 19 Misc. "D" (South Dakota) f. 20 Misc. "F" (South Dakota) f. 21 Misc. "L" (South Dakota) f. 22 Misc. "N" (South Dakota) f. 23 Misc. "T" (South Dakota) f. 24 Misc. Fort Meade Headquarters (South Dakota) f. 25 Misc. "C" (Wyoming) f. 26 Misc. "E" (Wyoming) f. 27 Misc. "G" (Wyoming) f. 28 Misc. "I" and "J" (Wyoming) f. 29 Misc "N" (Wyoming) f. 30 Misc. "O" and "P" (Wyoming)

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SERIES THREE

B.06 B.07 B.08 B.09 f.1-4 f.5-12 f.13-19 f.20-24 f.25 f.26 f.27 f.28 f.29

PERSONNEL, 1936-1948

Civilian Employee Records, A-Dal Civilian Employee Records, Cahill-Hymer Civilian Employee Records, I-Ro Civilian Employee Records, Ro-Z Grades and Payrolls Employee records (intermittent) Orders regarding Assignment for duty Request for Leave in Route Payroll. Hospital, 1936

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SERIES THREE

B.10

PERSONNEL, 1936-1948

Xray Records, 1939-1947 Fort Robinson Roundup, 1945-1947 Children of the Fort, 1948

V.01-03 f.30 f.31

SERIES FOUR

B.11 f.01

ADMINISTRATION, 1876-1966

B.012 f.22

Wood & Military Reservation, Range and Conservation Survey and recommendations for Management w/ maps, 1942 f.02 Grazing control plan, 1943 f.03 Cost of Feed and Forage, 1947-1948 f.04 Cost of Operation, 1947-1948 f.05 Fuel Allowance and Consumption, n.d. f.06 Publicity - Depot and area, 1947 f.07 Fort Robinson Real Estate, 1876-1936 f.08 Acquisition of Real Estate, Misc., 1943-1947 f.09 War Assets Administration, Sale of Government Property, 1947 f.10 Transportation of Fort property to Dept. of Agriculture, 1947-1948 f.11 Ft. Robinson Cemetery, 1904-1966 f.12 Records Retention Regulations, 1946 f.13-15 Property issued and turned in, 1948-1949 f.16 Technical Manuals - Photo Dept. Motion Picture Service, 1942-1944 f.17 Telephone directory, 1944 f.18 Telephone directory, 1949 f.19 AWOL - Miscellaneous, 1944-1946 f.20 Receipts for prisoners Military Police Detachment, 1945-1946 f.21 Guard Rules and Activities, 1946 V.01 Prisoner Property Record, Ft. Prison, 1944 Recreation Potential Survey, 1955 f.23 Field Draft Report on the Uses of Park, 1964

SERIES FIVE LICENSES, LEASES AND AGREEMENTS, 1885-1949 B.13 f.01 f.02 f.03 General data, releases and permits etc. U.S. Government, 1922-1942 License and blueprint C. & NW RR Co. to U.S. - Electric, 1944 C & NW RR Co. to War Department Grade Crossings, 1942 (w/maps)

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SERIES FIVE LICENSES, LEASES AND AGREEMENTS, 1885-1949 B.13 f.04 C & NW RR Co. to and City of Crawford agreement w/ U.S. War Department for pipe Lines (water), 1911-1945 (w/maps) C & NW RR Co. to U.S. for Sewer Lines, 1942 plans and maps Coffee Cattle Co., Chadron, Neb., 1922-1932 U.S. War Dept to City of Crawford for fairground, 1889-1937 (w/map) U.S. War Dept to City of Crawford for pumping station, 1903 (w/map) Crawford, Nebr. ­ Miscellaneous, 1933-1949 Government policy ­ use of gravel, 1934 U.S. War Dept to Gund & Swinbank for grazing, 1933-1934 Fremont, Elkhorn & Missouri Valley RR Co., 1885 Hunting & Fishing Regulations, 1945-1948 Correspondence re photographs U.S. War Dept to Nebraska for roads, 1922 (w/map) Telephone Licenses C & NW RR Co. to U.S. 1943 (w/maps) Glen Telephone Co., 1907 (w/maps) Northwestern Bell, 1929 (w/maps) Soldier Creek Telephone Company 1913, 1929 (w/maps) 1942 (w/maps) Transfer, Ft MacKenzie, WY to U.S. Dept of Veteran Affairs, Nov. 12, 1947

f.05 f.06 f.07 f.08 f.09 f.10 f.11 f.12 f.13 f.14 f.15 f.16-20

f.21

SERIES SIX

B.12 v.1

REMOUNT DEPOT, FT ROBINSON, 1919-1949

History of Remount Depot, Ft. Robinson, 1919-1927, kept by officers of the Veterinary Corps. Includes histories, Maps, clippings, etc. Remount agent file pf Fred Beltner, Bayard, Neb. Containing correspondence, pedigree charts, articles, programs and stud books, 1927-1943 Correspondence & Miscellany, 1923-1936 U.S. War Dept Remount Policies & Manual, 1938 Remount Depot Memos, 1941 Daily Bulletin #80, Apr 6, 1943 Daily Bulletin #111, VE Day Celebration (copy), 1945

B.14 f.01

f.02 v.01 f.03 f.04 f.05

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B.14 (cont)

REMOUNT DEPOT, FT ROBINSON, 1919-1949

f.06 f.07 f.08-09 f.10 B.25

Veterinarian Hygiene & Forage Reports, 1945 Veterinarian Sanitary Reports, 1946-1948 Monthly Information Letters, 1944-1949 Printed articles on Remount Depot, 1940's

Accessioned 2007 Correspondence of Remount Depot, 1947-1948 Fort Robinson Telephone Directory, 1947

SERIES SEVEN

B.15

PRISONER OF WAR CAMPS

B.16

POW Indoctrination material Prisoner of War Special Project Center, Fort Eustis, VA March 1946 Press Tour Manual War Camp Posters (9 items) Vortag Scrapbook, 1945 ­ Willi Lherind Special Project Letters re POW's, 1944-1945 The GI Bill, 1944 Guide for Instructors, 1945 POW Orientation Manual, 5th Orientation, May 1945 Camp Newsletter Hans Wallendorf POW Record POW Newspaper, "Lagerzeitung"

SERIES EIGHT

B.16 B.17

FIRE STATION, 1943-1946

Fire Station Duty Logs, Station #1 V.1-6 Oct 5, 1943 ­ Mar 29, 1946 Fire Station Duty Logs, Station #1 V.7 March ­ June 1946 Fire Station Duty Logs, Station #2 V.1-4 Aug. 5, 1944 ­ Aug 18, 1946

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SERIES NINE

B.18 f.01

WAR DOG TRAINING CENTER, 1943-1946

Technical Manuals, 1943 Directives and Circulars, 1943 Training Schedules, 1943, 1945 Training Orientation Book, 1943 Cards, Rosters, Discharge papers, 1943-1945 Diary of a Dog Handler, Sgt J. Weston Woodbury, 1940-1945 49th Inf. Scout Dog Platoon Orders Supply forms, letters of commendation Hoof Beats and Barks, newsletter, 1943 Misc. photographs, ca. early 1970s Hospital Dog Book, Oct 3, 1942 ­ Aug 19, 1946 (see also Veterinary Log, B.05, for dogs, 1932-1936).

f.02-03 f.04 f.05 f.06 f.07 f.08 f. 09 v.01

B. 26 f.1 f.2 f.3

Condensing Unit, 1945-1946 Daily Animal Report, 1945 Reports, 1944-1945

SERIES TEN

B.19 f.01 f.02

HISTORICAL RECORDS, 1874-1942

Official Correspondence (copies), 1874 Lawton, Henry Ware, Ft. Robinson Officer correspondence (2 letters), 1876-1877 Guard Log Book, Sep 16, 1877 ­ July 9, 1879 Ft. Robinson Medical Report, 1884 Army-Navy Journal, 1886-1896 General Court Martial Orders, 1888 Wood Contract, 1890 Correspondence, 1891-1896 Letters and Endorsements Sent, 1900-1902

v.01 f.03 f.04 f.05 f.06 f.07 f.08-10 B.20

Specifications for Building for Transformer Sub Station, Ft. Robinson, 1908 Army Chaplain Questionnaire, 1908-1909 History of the 4th U.S. Field Artillery, 1907-1927 History ­ "Fort Robinson, Nebraska," 1930 Miscellaneous, 1925-1942 Including Thanksgiving Menus, 1925-1942 Xmas Menu, 1926 "The Bishop Beecher Camp for Boys," 1937 (Xerox) Letter, Robert Bruce to A. P. Howe, 1930 Concerning Ft. Rob map corrections Ration Sales receipts, 1931

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SS1 B.21

CONSTRUCTION RECORDS, 1884-1988

CORRESPONDENCE, SPECIFICATIONS & MISCELLANEOUS f.01 f.02 Building Lists (Numerical), 1948 Analysis of facilities, 1948 (w/ history of fort and description of buildings and grounds) Summary of building improvements and repairs, 1927 War Dept plans, temporary camps, circular letter #59, 1924 (w/14 blueprints) Building History Forms for buildings in range of #2 thru #177 Building Salvage records Bldg 2 ­ Animal Shelter Bldg 64 ­ Cavalry Stable Bldg 152 ­ Laundry Kennel Construction corres., 1942 Kennel Construction corres., Nov. 1942 ­ Mar 1943 Jobs T2-2 & T2-3 Kennel blueprints Training Shed, Nov. 1, 1942 (Hoffman) T.O. 700-5150R (Sheet #15) SP-2-2, July 29, 1942 (U.S. Eng., Omaha) FRN10-1-1 ­ Latrine, 1/12/1943 (Justin) Sheet #1 (w/revisions) Electric ­ quarters, light fixtures (1942) Electrical Distribution Distribution Lines, 3/14/1944 (Junge) Aerial sectional map w/ specs FRN10-239 (1945), F. B. Rawdon Distribution Aerial ­ Post Proper, FRN10-239A, Nov. 1945 (Rawdon) Electrical Service vouchers & requisitions Feb. 1945 ­ December 1948 Post Exchange ­ specifications, 10/1/1942 Fencing & Sidewalks, 1941 completion report w/ photos & maps) Fire Station ­ Prisoner-of-war camp, 1943 Gymnasium (Bldg #147) ­ Electrical, 1943 Headquarters (Bldg #149.1), Second Floor Alterations & Repairs w/blueprints, 1942

f.03 f.04 f.05 f.06

f.07 f.08 f.09

f.10 f.11

f.12 f.13 f.14 f.15 f.16 f.17

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B.21 (cont) f.18

CONSTRUCTION RECORDS (cont)

f.19

f.20 f.21 f.22-23 f.24

Hospital (Bldg #136) Alterations & repairs, 1933 Heating system, 1933 Expansion, 1942 Ice House (see U.S. Dept of the Interior) Internment Camp Construction, 1942-1943 List of Buildings and plans Engineer Warehouse & Post Office Kennels Ward, Fence, Quarters, Lavatory Transportation Stable Barracks & Mess Hall Fencing Miscellaneous, 1923-1927 (correspondence) Milk House for Remount Farms, n.d. Quarters remodel, 1943 (including corres., specs., contracts, etc.) Quarters (FRN10-3), Feb. 8, 1943

B.22

f.25 f.26 f.27 f.28 f.29 f.30-32 f.33

Quarters conversion, single to double Building #5 & 8, Dec. 1942 Quarters conversion, single to double Building #6 & 7, Feb. 1943 Quarters ­ Bath Sections, 1942 Quarters conversion, single to double Building #22 & 23, Nov. 1942 Porches, Barracks 173 thru 176, 1942-1943 Requisitions/Supplies, July ­ Dec. 1946 Stable ­ Miscellaneous, 1941-n.d. Buildings #161 & 163 Remount Depot, Building Layout, 1941 List of stable space, n.d. Animal Strength of corrals & feed traps Vet Hospital & Dipping Vat capacity Stable ­ Transportation, Bldg #49 tack room construction w/ blueprint, 1942 Sewer Lines, Post Proper FRN10-244 sectional map, Oct. 1945 Telephone Distribution System, 1929-1948 Utility Map ­ Water, Post Proper FRN10-255, Nov. 1945 (Rawdon)

f.34 f.35 f.36-38 f.39

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B.22 (cont) f.40-41

CONSTRUCTION RECORDS (cont)

f.42 B.23

U.S. Department of the Interior blueprints Fish Hatcheries, 1927-1948 Ice Pond and Ice House, 1944-1945 Blueprint, map of Fort Robinson

Veterinary Hospital Repairs, 1975-1982 v.01 Investigation of structural adequacy, 1975 f.42 Correspondence, 1976-1978 v.2-3 Restoration, Bldg #160, 1977 v.4 Boiler & Hot Water Heater specs, 1978 f.43 Bathroom, 1981 f.44 Annex Roof Project, 1982 v.5 Roof Renovation, 1981 v.6 Handicapped Facilities, 1981 v.7 Veterinary Research Building #164 structural repairs, n.d. Miscellaneous Construction Plans and Specifications f.45 War Department specs, 1942 f.46 Ft. Robinson Construction, 1977-1981 f.47 Adobe Drainage Project, 1984-1985 f.48 Bandmaster house Windows, 1984-1985 v.8 Headquarters Boiler Replacement, n.d. f.49 Slate Roof Project, 1974-1980 v.9 Brick Granary Restoration, 1978 v.10 Tuckpointing & Painting specs., 1981 v.11 Adobe Building #20 Boiler v.12 Headquarters Boiler v.13 Museum Elevator, 1988

B.24

SERIES ELEVEN

SS2 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6

CONSTRUCTION RECORDS (cont)

BUILDING DRAWINGS ON MICROFICHE, 1884-1945 Wall Chart ­ Escort Wagon Remsant Escort Wagon, C. R. Weaver Escort Wagon & 5-Horse Hitch Escort Wagon & 4-Horse Hitch Phillips Pack Saddle Cargo Regions of the Horse

NOTE: Wall Charts of Fiche #1 & #2 are in OVD WR/MC/35

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CONSTRUCTION RECORDS (cont)

BUILDING DRAWINGS ON MICROFICHE, 1884-1945 Wall Chart ­ Regions of the Horse Nomenclature of Ambulance Harness or Escort Wagon FRN10-13-0 ­ Remount Depot General Layout Plan, Main Post, Mar 1943 Fort Robinson Reservation, Sept 27, 1917 Drawn by C. H. Stone FRN8-4-1 ­ Ft. Robinson Outside Utilities Engineer, Omaha, Dec. 16, 1942 Post Layout Map, Jan. 6, 1945 (Post Engineer) Post Layout Map showing cemetery, n.d. Ft. Robinson Reservation, 1913-1927 Area Quartermaster, Ft. Omaha, n.d. Reservation for Post (MR-74), poor copy Hugo Fraissinet, Ft. Omaha, n.d. Administration Bldg ­ Front Elevation Sheet 1 of 8, Interior, 99-B Sheet 2, End Elevation, OMGO, Aug. 1902 Interior, n.d. First Floor Plan, Sheet #5, 99B Foundation Plan, Sheet #4, 99B Rear Elevation, Sheet #3, 99B Second Floor Plan, Sheet #6, 99B Attic and Roof, Sheet #7, 99B Miscellaneous, Sheet #8 PX-A-T (T.O.700-4821D), Post Exchange Aug. 29, 1942, revised by Omaha, Dec. 1942 Schedule Steam Heating, 2/16/1940 Bakery ­ Project Estimate, 4/5/1940 Bakery ­ Elevation, 1902 Bakery ­ Water Heater and Tank Sheet #2, OQMG, Nov. 1902 Bakery Floor Plans, 1902 Bakery ­ Sketch n.d. Bakery ­ Water Heater project, n.d. Blacksmith Shop ­ Quartermasters Workshop, 1904

2-1 thru 4 2-5 2-6

3-1 3-2 & 3 3-4 3-5 3-6

4-1 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-5 4-6 5-1 5-2 5-3 5-4 5-5 5-6 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-6

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BUILDING DRAWINGS ON MICROFICHE, 1884-1945 Construction of Air Force Facilities Standard Misc. Details, U.S. Eng., Omaha 1942 Redrawn by Omaha (Oct. 8, 1942) Satellite Airfields (T.O.700-5150R) Standard Misc. Details, Omaha, 1942 Construction of Air Force Facilities Typical Misc. Details (Omaha), 1943 Smoke Pipe/Ventilation etc. Construction of Air Force Facilities Typical Misc. Details (Omaha), 1943 Windows/Doors, etc. Officers Quarters, Type OQ-A-T Floor Plan and Elevation, War Dept, 1942 T.O. Construction (SP4-?) Office Buildings Type OB-A-T thru OB-L-T Omaha, 1/21/1943 (rev. 9/13/1943) Headquarters Building Repairs (Davis & Wilson) Basement, 1st and 2nd Floors (541220-04) Basement Floor Plan, n.d. 1st Floor, Existing (541220-05) 1st Floor 2nd Floor Plan ­ Existing (541220-06) 2nd Floor Plan showing new work (541220-03) Bandmasters Quarters (old Post Office) Elevation, H. C. Whitehead Guard House ­ Elevation, sheet #5 G. W. Field, C.E., Omaha, 1892 Guard House ­ Interior Details, sheet 2 of 2 G.W. Field, Omaha, 1892 Guard House ­ Floor Plans, sheet #7 Guard House ­ Coal Shute/Steps, sheet #10 Miscellaneous Details ­ not identified, sheets 10-11

7-2 7-3

7-4

7-5 7-6

8 8-1 8-2 8-3 8-4 8-5 8-6 9-1 9-2 9-3 9-4 9-5 9-6

10-1 & 2 10-3 10-4 10-5 10-6

Guard House ­ Detail of Iron Doors, sheet #11 Details of Iron Work, Sheet #11 Details of Deck & Girder Truss #12 Plan of Coal Shed, QMGO, June 1894 Construction of Ground Force Facilities Open Lumber Shed ­ Utility Shop Area

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BUILDING DRAWINGS ON MICROFICHE, 1884-1945

Quartermaster's Workshop (59-Q), sheet 2 Elevation/Floor Plan, Aug. 1904 11-2 Veterinary Stable (#166), May 1904 thru 12-6 Veterinary Stable Steam Heating Sheet #1 13-1 thru 3 Stable for Cavalry Artillery 90-Horse, sheet 1 Drawing 139-K, July 1906 (filmed 3x) Stable, Side Elevation, Sheet #2 Stable, Front Elevation, Sheet #3 Stable, Hay Loft & Granary, Sheet #4 Stable for Cavalry Artillery, Sheet #1, 1906 Stable, Sheet #2 (2x) Stable, Sheet #5 (2x) Stable, Sheet #3 (poor) Stable ­ Transverse section Double Cavalry Stable (39-5) Guard & Shop, Sheets 1 & 2 Quarters for Field Officers, Apr. 1905 (145-D) Sheets 1 thru 3 16-1 & 2 Quarters for Field Officers, Apr. 1905 (145-D) Sheets 4 and 5

13-4 13-5 13-6 14-1 14-2 & 3 14-4 & 5 14-6 15-1 15-2 & 3 15-4 thru 6

16-3 thru 6 Quarters for Two Captains (142-B), Apr. 1905 Sheets 1 thru 4 of 8 Sheets 5 thru 8 Sheet #5 redraw (4 bedroom floor plan) Extra Sheet ­ Steam heating Field Officers Quarters, sheets 1 & 2 G. W. Field, C.E., Omaha, Jan. 1891 Sheet #5 (1891) Field Officers Quarters #1 2nd Floor plan w/ proposed addition, n.d. (2 different locations for bathroom) Sheet #6 (1891)

17-1 thru 4 17-5 17-6 18-1 & 2 18-3 18-4 & 5

18-6

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BUILDING DRAWINGS ON MICROFICHE, 1884-1945 Field Officers Quarters, sheet #7 (1891) 2nd Floor Plan Longitudinal Section (1891) Partially missing on right bottom, Filmed over sheet #1 (1891) Mobilization Buildings Regimental Chapel Type CH-1 Balcony Details 800-554 (1942) Mobilization Buildings Longitudinal Section, 800-552 QG-Construction Division, 1941 (rev. 1942) 800-556, Framing Plan & Details, 1941 800-557, Truss & Details, 1941 (rev. 1/10/1942)

19-3

19-4

19-5 19-6 20-1 thru 5

20-6

Quarters for Captains & Lieutenants Floor Plans, 1905 Quarters for Two Lieutenants, sheet #1 (120-F), April 1905

21-1 thru 6 Quarters for Two Lieutenants, sheets 2-7 (1905) 22-1 22-2 thru 6 152G (9 sheets), sheets 1 thru 5 Bachelor Officers Quarters, Aug. 1905 23-1 thru 4 23-5 23-6 24-1 thru 3 4-952, Plan for Remodeling and Additions to Pump House, OMGO), WFW, Oct. 1909 Auditorium/Gymnasium, sheet #5 (159A) Floor Plan, n.d. (1904 on label) North Side Elevation, not identified (159A #3) Proposed Alterations to Gymnasium, 1910 Sheets 6 thru 9 Stallion Stable ­ front elevation, n.d. Stallion Stable for Remount Depot, n.d. cross sec. Quarters for Two Lieutenants, sheet #8 Steam Heating, 120-F, 1905

24-4 24-5 24-6

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BUILDING DRAWINGS ON MICROFICHE, 1884-1945 thru 25-5 159A (7 sheets) ­ Gymnasium, W. L. C., March 1904 Kewanee Boiler Corp., Ill, Boiler #580 (1942)

26-1 thru 3 Gun Shed/Store Room/Workshop, Oct. 1907 26-4 thru 6 T.O. Construction, WPA Project 165-2-97-47 Squeeze Chute, T.O. 15.1 27-1 27-2 27-3 27-4 27-5 27-6 28 120-2, Post Hospital Attic Floor Plan of Annex, n.d. 120-7 Attic Floor Plan, n.d. 120-6 2nd Floor Plan, n.d. Hospital Heating Plan, J. G. Gosselin, Feb. 1901 120-? 2nd Floor Plan of Annex, n.d. Water System, 1884 (poor copy)

Construction of Ground Force Facilities 28-1 80-Unit Dog Kennel & Details (FRN-20), 1942 28-2 10-Unit Dog Kennel (date obscured) 28-3 Dog Training Facilities, FRN-4-5-?, 1942 School Assembly/Training Shed/Lavatory 28-4 Post Hospital, 120-1, Additions & Alterations 28-5 & 6 Post Hospital, Additions sheets 2-3, 1908 29-1 & 2 29-3 29-4 & 5 30-1 & 2 30-3 30-4 30-5 & 6 Post Hospital, Additions sheets 4-5, 1908 Post Hospital, Steam Heating (2-1078), 1911 Post Hospital, Kewanee Boiler Post Hospital, Heating System changes Hoffman Specialty Co., NY, May 1931 Post Hospital, Revised Steam Heating, sheet #2 2-1078, July 1911 (see also 29-3) Post Hospital, proposed downspout drains, n.d. Post Hospital, Steam Heating (2-1078), 1911

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BUILDING DRAWINGS ON MICROFICHE, 1884-1945

31-1 thru 4 31-5 31-6 32-1 & 2 32-3 32-4 32-5 32-6 Kewanee Boiler plans, 1942-1943 Post Hospital, Feb. 1910 Details for Windows, L. H. Bigelow Post Hospital, Proposed downspout drains, n.d. Stallion Stable for Remount Depot Supply yard and Approach, n.d. Cross Section, Sheet #3 Supply Yard & Approach, sheet 2 Stallion Paddock Post Ordnance Magazine (PO20x24) 19-2-76, Field Service, 1927

33-1 thru 6 Post Ordnance Magazine, Field Service-Facilties 34-1 thru 3 Regimental Chapel CH-1 (1941-1942) 34-4 thru 6 Branding Chute, 1930 (3 sheets) 35-1 thru 5 35-6 Branding Chute, n.d. & Roof Construction of Ground Force Facilties FRN 4-3-6, Utility Shop Area, Paint Shop Omaha, Nov. 20, 1942 Light Battery Gun Shed (2 sheets) Blurred Image Construction of Air Force Facilities Coal Platform Detail (poor copy) Blurred copy ­ Residence T.O.15.3, Sheet #1, May 1940 Horse Dip, Plan, Sections, Details & Plot Plan WPA 165-2-97-47 Horse Dip, sheets 3 thru 8, 1941 Horse Dip, 1940-1941 sheets 1 thru 5 Horse Dip, 1941, sheets 6 thru 8 Water Distribution System Typical Details 671-15, 3/12/1942 (rev., Omaha 7/6/1943) Dust Control Plan, FRN-60, Post Eng., 1943

36-1 & 2 36-3 36-4 36-5 36-6

37-1 thru 6 38-1 thru 6 39-1 thru 3 39-4 39-5

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BUILDING DRAWINGS ON MICROFICHE, 1884-1945

40-1 thru 6 41-1 41-2 thru 4 41-5 41-6 Mess Hall, 1943 Utility Shop Area General Layout FRN-4-3-1 (1942) Infirmary Type IN-B-T, 1942 T.O.700 Series, Mobil Buildings Misc. Mess Details 5/28/1943 (rev. 7/1943) SP4-2-?, Sheet #9, Standard Mess Miscellaneous Details, Omaha 9/11/1943 Mess Hall Type M-Z-T, SP4-2-259 Electrical, U.S. Chief Eng., 6/22/1943 Framing Details, T.O. 700 Series Wall Section & Plumbing, T.O. Series, 1943 Standard Misc. Details, T.O. Series, 1943 700-5197, Standard Utility Steam Details, 1942 T.O.700-6601 (SP4-2-25?) ­ Lavatory, 1943 T.O.700-6601, Lavatory Type L-A-T, Ft. Rob, 1942 T.O.700-6601, Lavatory Type L-F-T, 1942 T.O. Series Bldgs, Standard Plumbing, 1943 T.O. Series Bldgs, Standard Framing Construction of Air Force Facilities Standard Building Plans Misc. Details retake of above T.O. Series Bldg, Framing for 40' wide bldg, 1943 Construction of Air Force Facilities Misc. Details, Omaha, 1942 Utility Shop Area, Combination Adminis. Building and Warehouse, 1942 Barracks Type B-A-T, 1943 War Dog Reception & Training Center, 1943 Ceco Building Products, Boiler House, 1943

42-1 42-2 & 3 42-4 42-5 42-6 43-1 43-2 43-3 44-1 44-2 & 3 44-4 44-5 44-6 45-1 45-2 thru 4

45-5 & 6 46-1 & 2 47-1

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BUILDING DRAWINGS ON MICROFICHE, 1884-1945 Fort Robinson Internment Camp, 1942 Guard Tower, Internment Camp, 1942 OVERSIZE DRAWINGS AND BLUEPRINTS, 1874-

48-1 & 2 43-3 thru 5 SS3

NOTE: See attached printout inventory of oversize drawings SERIES TWELVE FORT ROBINSON CENTENNIAL COMMISSION, 1973-1976 B. 1 Folder 1-Marketing Studies/Surveys/Reports Folder 2-Misc. Correspondence J. J. Exon, Governor, 12 Jan. 1973 Norgard, Larry, Pres. of Commission, 12 April 1975 Folder 3-Misc. Agenda Items & Meeting Minutes, 1973-1975 Folder 4-Newspaper Clipping, "Former Commander Back at Post as Cavalry Jumping Days Return," North Platte Telegraph 9 Aug. 1976 Folder 5-Two 8 x10 Photographs, unidentified, July 1974 Binder--1973-1976 Contents: Leg. Bill 200, 83rd Leg., First Session (establish commission) Board of Directors and Committees Meeting Minutes Programs Commemorative Stamp Publicity

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