21063 Theodore Hagburg Papers
Abstract: Correspondence, marriage certificate, a copy of an indenture,land title, genealogical material, and a two page handwritten reminiscence by Della Brallier Hagberg about her life and pioneering in western North Dakota from 1906-1907.
|Box||Folder||Box or Folder Title||Yr to Yr||Collection|
|001||Certificate of title, NW 1/4 of SW 1/4, N 1/2 of SE 1/4 and SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of 15-151-103, 9/21/||1908||21063|
|001||Copy of indenture between Theodore and Della M. Hagberg, NE 1/4 of SW 1/4, N 1/4 of SE 1/4 and SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of 15-151-103, signed 4/23/||1908||21063|
|001||Family Portrait: likely Arah Jane and David Brallier, Della's parents, taken by Frank Medlar, about||1889||21063|
|001||Letter to Miss Della Brallier, from Cartwritght, North Dakota, 8/6/||1906||21063|
|001||Letter to Miss Della Brallier, from Greenville, Iowa, 5/9/||1906||21063|
|001||Letter to Miss Della Brallier, from Williston, North Dakota, 8/2/||1906||21063|
|001||Letter to Mrs. (Della) Theodore Hagberg, from Buford, North Dakota (three pages), 10/5/||1908||21063|
|001||Letter to Mrs. Elston (Spencer, Iowa) from E. F. Raddatz, Register of Deeds, McKenzie County, regarding a U.S. Patent which grants a fee title in lands, written 8/15/||1956||21063|
|001||Letter to Mrs. Theo Hagberg, from Namesless, North Dakota, 3/13/||1916||21063|
|001||Marriage Certificate, Theo. G. Hagberg and Della May Brallier, Greenville, Iowa, 9/16/||1906||21063|
|001||Print of President Lincoln reading a book with his son, Tad, photographed 2/9/1864, print made later. Photograph by Anthony Berger of Mathew Brady studio||1870?||21063|
|001||Reminiscence of Della Hagberg, "Pioneer days of 1906 & 1907"||1907?||21063|
|001||Two copies of the geneaology of William Tanner of South Kingston, Rhode Island (Della Brallier family geneology), one typed and one handwritten||n.d.||21063|
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