Title: Dean and Alberta McQueen Journals
Collection Number: Mss 10791
Quantity: 2.75 feet
Abstract: The journals include correspondence, 35 log books, newspaper clippings, weather data, diaries, cartoon contortions, indexes to writings, and audiotapes.
Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota acquired the McQueen Journals from Brian Larson in June 2000.
Property Rights: The State Historical Society of North Dakota owns the property rights to this collection.
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Box / Folder Inventory
1 Correspondence 1979-1990s
2 Day by Day, v. 1-29 1980-1990
1 Day by Day, v. 30-35 1990
2 Loose Newspaper Clippings from v. 35
3 Hash - Scraps of everything, includes index 1978-1990
4 Changing Times, written 1988
5 Just Thinking, v. 1-4 1977-1979
6 “Rudyculous Perpich: the Goofball Governor of Minnesota” 1977-1991
7 Diary: Persian Gulf Crisis/War/Operation/ Aftermath 1990-1991
8 Campaign 1992 1992
9 Newspaper Clippings-Background Material for Writings
10 Numbers for Ponders 1977-1990
11 Cartoon Contortions, v. 1-3 1981-1985
1 Weather Data 1972-1977; 1980-1990
2 WWII: Trial & Error Plans & Results Aftermath
3 Greetings from the President: You Are in the Army Dean McQueen’s WWII Reminiscences 1977-1987
4 The McQueens: Now, Then and?
5 Correspondence to Alberta Anderson (McQueen) from Evelyn McQueen, April 17, 1939, found in
The Beaver 1935 Yearbook April 17, 1939
6 Yearbooks: The Beaver 1935-1936
7 Index to Writings
8 Audiotapes of National Political Events 1980s
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