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  • Collection: Conrad, Campbell, and Stanford Family Papers, Mss 185

Mss185,girl,233.38.jpg
Studio photograph of girl in confirmation dress and veil.

LucyLitcomb,Mss185,231.143.jpg
Studio photograph of Lucy Litcomb wearing winter coat and stocking hat.

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commencement 1944,Mss185,172.9.jpg
Flathead County Commencement program for Rural Schools.

Boys, a caption option.jpg
Pencil cartoon drawing on accounts page.

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Father's Day Card front,Mss185,172.9.jpg
Father's Day card, front and middle.

Mss185,233.38.jpg
Baby in christening gown, on fluffy blanket laid on ornate cane chair.

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Mss185, 233.41.jpg
Smiling baby with chin resting on hand.

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Baby,Mss185,233.40.jpg
Studio portrait of unidentified baby.

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Conrad_Ledgers_payroll compressed.jpg
This ledger list the staff employed at the Conrad Mansion in Kalispell, Montana. The cook at the time was Mokaturo M. Hori, a Japanese immigrant who became a noted rancher and restaurateur in Whitefish, Montana.

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Hang.jpg
This is a photograph of Hang, who is identified as a servant to Alicia Conrad when the Conrad family lived in Fort Benton, prior to their move to the Flathead Valley and founding Kalisepell in 1891.

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Stanford citizen cert.jpg
This certificate establishes Harry Stanford's status as a citizen of the United States. Harry Stanford, who emigrated from Canada in 1872, was an expert on birds and Western wildlife who resided in Kalispell.

Stanford declaration of intent rotated.jpg
Harry P. Stanford emigrated from Canada to the United States in 1872. This document establishes Stanford's intent and eligibility to become a naturalized citizen of the United States. This practice dates back to the Naturalization Act of 1795 and…
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