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Manuscripts by Subject - Art / Architecture - #10853

Title: Gordon and Edith Knaak

Dates: 1873-1988

Collection Number: 10853

Quantity: .5 foot

Abstract: Consists of photo albums of Bismarck High School band trips, 1973-1988, song music sheets 1873-1952, and student artwork.

Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota acquired the Gordon and Edith Knaak Papers from Bob and Pam Peske in March 2002.

Property Rights:
The State Historical Society of North Dakota owns the property rights to this collection.

Copyrights to this collection remain with the donor, publisher, author, or author's heirs. Researchers should consult the 1976 Copyright Act, Public Law 94-553, Title 17, U.S. Code or an archivist at this repository if clarification of copyright requirements is needed.

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Researchers are requested to cite the collection title, collection number, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and bibliographic references.

Box / Folder Inventory

Bound Volumes
1 Album: Washington D.C. 1973                                                                             
2 Album: World Expo- Spokane WA 1974                                                               
3 Album: Washington D.C. 1976                                                                             
4 Album: Disney World, FL 1977                                                                             
5 Album: San Francisco, CA 1978                                                                            
6 Album: Washington D.C. 1979                                                                             
7 Album: Disney World, FL 1980                                                                             
8 Album: San Francisco, CA 1981                                                                            
9 Album: Washington, D.C. 1982                                                                            
10 Album: Disney World, FL 1983                                                                           
11 Album: World Expo- New Orleans, LA 1984                                                        
12 Album: New York, NY 1985                                                                                
13 Album: Disney World, FL 1986                                                                           
14 Album: San Francisco, CA 1987                                                                          
15 Album: New York, NY 1988                                                                                

Box 1:
Sheet Music 1873-1952                                                                                         

Box 2:
Sheet Music 1873-1952                                                                                         

Box 3:
1 Publication: Effective methods for building the high school band by Richard A. Otto 1971
2 Publication: Teaching musicianship in the high school band by Joseph A. Labuta 1972
3 Publication: Band director's complete handbook by Donald E. Bollinger 1979
4 Starred Paper Comparison of Legal Limitations of School Finance in Minnesota, Iowa and North Dakota by Gordon Knaak 1951
5 Starred Paper Community Use of the Public School Auditorium and Gymnasium by Gordon Knaak 1951
6 Starred Paper Comparison Between the School Attendance and Child Labor Laws by Gordon Knaak 1952

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