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State Agency Records - State Historical Society. Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park - #30249

Title: State Historical Society. Administration, Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park Records

Dates: 1934-1982

Record Series: 30249

Quantity: 2.5 feet + oversize in map case drawer

Abstract:  Series contains records of Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) work at Fort Abraham Lincoln, as well as state procurement records for construction and operation of the site. Includes reports, property inventories, correspondence, applications for Civilian Conservation Corps camp at the site, exhibit designs, purchase orders, drawings, blueprints, photographs and specifications.

Provenance: The collection was created by Russell Reid during his time as superintendent of the State Historical Society of North Dakota. The strategic plan and photocopy of the document "Alternatives for the Redevelopment of Fort Lincoln State Park" were transferred from the SHSND Archaeology and Historic Preservation in June 2018.

Copyright: Public records are not subject to copyright restrictions, although record series may contain copyrighted material. Consideration of such copyrights is the responsibility of the author and publisher.

Access: These records are available for public inspection under provision of the North Dakota Century Code, 55-02.1-08.

Citation: Researchers are requested to cite the record group, series name and number, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and bibliographic references.

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BOX / FOLDER INVENTORY

Box 1:                                   
1 Original application for CCC camp 1934
2 Correspondence about suspension bridge 1934
3 Transit rental  1934-1935
4 Lists of Civilian Conservation Corps projects (with costs, completion rates, dates completed) 1934-1937
5 Correspondence           1934-1939
6 Blank forms/applications           1934-1939
7 Requisition forms/requisition data       1935-1937
8 Radiograms     1935-1938
9 Radiograms     1935-1938
10 Correspondence with the regional office        1935-1939
11 Job estimate/allotment request          1937
12 Release of surplus allotment forms    1936-1937
13 Master plan report    4/20/1905
14 Property transferred                4/20/1905
15 Tools and equipment inventories       1937-1939
16 Correspondence about starting Civilian Conservation Corps camps in North Dakota    4/21/1905
17 11th period Civilian Conservation Corps application    4/21/1905
18 4th anniversary of Civilian Conservation Corps work, report by Arnold Goplen               7/28/1938
19 Camp Custer Civilian Conservation Corps handbook   4/21/1905
20 Monthly distribution of encumbrances            1938-1939
21 Project list for museum           circa 1938
22 Bill of materials/job list            circa 1938
23 Equipment operation and care manuals           circa 1938
24 Projects in the administration building              circa 1938
25 Notepads      circa 1938
26 14th period Civilian Conservation Corps application    1939
27 15th period Civilian Conservation Corps application    1939
28 Tools and equipment inventories       1940-1941
29 Water analysis             1939
30 Dedication of Fort Abraham Lincoln   7/7/1940
31 Alternatives for the Redevelopment of Fort Lincoln State Park, North Dakota                1982
32 Strategic Plan: A Guide to Development of Cultural Resources              1982
33 Undifferentiated landscaping, Project # 6       circa 1934
34 Fire pre-supression, Project # 11         circa 1934
35 Moving and planting trees and shrubs, Project # 14    circa 1934
36 Contact station work, Project # 16      circa 1934
37 Water run-off survey, Project # 18     circa 1934
38 Service building administration, Project # 19  circa 1934
39 Water control structures, Project # 20              circa 1934
40 Service group , Project # 22   circa 1934
41 Showcases, Museum building, Project # 24    circa 1934
42 Picnic area development, Project # 25              circa 1934
43 Picnic shelter, Project # 27     circa 1934
44 Signs and markers, Project # 28/153  circa 1934
45 Seeding and sodding, Project # 29/715             circa 1934
46 Landscaping, undifferentiated, Project # 31   circa 1934
47 Entrance portal, Project # 33 circa 1934
48 Storage garage, Project # 34  circa 1934
49 Table and bench combination, Project # 35    circa 1934
50 Fence - service area, Project # 39/131               circa 1934
51 Garbage disposal facilities, Project # 41            circa 1934
52 Pipe and tile lines, Project # 46             circa 1934
53 Grasshopper bait spreaders, Project # 49        circa 1934

Box 2:
1 Painting service group, Project # 50      circa 1934
2 Saw mill shed, Project # 51       circa 1934
3 Transfer of heating plant from blacksmith shop to combination building, Project # 53   circa 1934
4 Flag pole, Project # 55                circa 1934
5 Saw mill shed, Project # 51       circa 1934
6 Guard and contact station work, Project # 56   circa 1934
7 Combination building (Museum and custodian's lodge), Project # 108  circa 1934
8 Combination building (Museum and custodian's lodge), Project # 108  circa 1934
9 Combination building (Museum and custodian's lodge), Project # 108  circa 1934
10 Workshop and garage addition, blacksmith shop, Project # 111             circa 1934
11 Garage storage, Project # 112               circa 1934
12 Latrine, Project # 113                circa 1934
13 Stone picnic shelter, Project # 119/40               circa 1934
14 Concession building, Project # 120      circa 1934
15 Guard rails, Project # 132        circa 1934
16 Septic tank and filtration, Project # 136            circa 1934
17 Well house, Project # 146       circa 1934
18 Water system, Project # 147 circa 1934
19 Camp fireplaces, Project # 148             circa 1934
20 Portals, Project # 151                circa 1934
21 Seats, Project # 152   circa 1934
22 Table and bench combination, Project # 155  circa 1934
23 Park road, Project # 202          circa 1934
24 Fort Lincoln Road, Project # 205D        circa 1934
25 Foot trails, Project # 206          circa 1934
26 Bank sloping, Project # 303    circa 1934
27 Tree planting - gully, Project # 307      circa 1934
28 Sheet erosion planting, Project # 314/5            circa 1934
29 Fine grading/sloping, Project # 702     circa 1934
30 Landscaping, Project # 705     circa 1934
31 Planting trees and shrubs, Project # 706/30    circa 1934
32 Borrow pit obliteration, Project # 709                circa 1934
33 Parking areas, Project # 710/15/45     circa 1934
34 Snow shoveling/fire fighting/other emergency work, Project # 1003  circa 1934
35 Preparation and transportation of materials, Project # 1012   circa 1934
36 Restoration of earth lodge, Project # 1016/8  circa 1934
37 Restoration of block houses and stockade, Project # 1016A    circa 1934
38 Powder magazine, Project # 1016C    circa 1934
39 Flag poles, Project # 1016D    circa 1934
40 Other surveys, Project # 1023               circa 1934
41 Tree surgery, Project # 1025  circa 1934
42 Heating system, Project # 1145            circa 1934

Box 3:
Loose    Tools and equipment inventories             1934-1938
1 Civilian Conservation Corps job progress reports            1938

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