M91-17 - CLYDE D. DOLLAR COLLECTION

This collection contains the personal and professional papers of Clyde David Dollar.  During his career Dollar held positions dealing with history and archeology.  For a time he was the historical consultant for the Dakota Sioux Indian Tribe, and adjunct professor of history at the University of Arkansas.

Clyde David Dollar was born in Fort Smith on March 12, 1932, the son of Clyde Morgan Dollar and Rilla Belle Prater Dollar.  He attended Kemper Military School in Booneville, Missouri, graduating with an AA in history in 1952 and from Ripon College, Ripon, Wisconsin, in 1955 with a BA in History.  His post-graduate study included the University of South Dakota, the Deutsches Landesmusuen in Germany, and the University of Arkansas.  He served in the U.S. Army from 1956-1960.

In the 1950’s and 60’s, Dollar participated in various archeological digs in Arkansas and other states, and was instrumental in excavating the first Fort Smith, sponsored by the National Park Service.  In later years, Dollar also researched the Fort Smith Commissary and the Meeks Coca-Cola Plant, located within the national park.

While a Historical Researcher for the Rosebud Sioux in South Dakota in the later 1960’s, Dollar was a historical consultant for the film “A Man Called Horse”.  He later served as a technical advisor for two movies that were never made.

During the 1970’s until his death in 1983 Dollar worked at the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville, where he was a graduate teaching assistant in the history department; he occasionally taught judo classes at the University also.

 

Arrangement:  The collection is arranged in four series including, 1) Personal Papers, 2) Professional Papers, 3) Audio/Visual, and 4) Oversize.

Series I – Personal Papers, Biographical Materials, Correspondence, Educational School Materials, Song Drafts, and Photographs

Series II - Professional Papers, Archaeological Materials, Film (Historical Researcher) Materials, Publications, and Speeches

Series III - Audio/Visual, Microfilmed Speeches and Writings, Interviews

Series IV- - Oversize Certificates, Yearbooks, Books

 

Series I – Personal Materials

Box 1

File 1 – Biographical Materials, 1947-1981

File 2 – Personal Correspondence, 1/9/63-9/21/83

File 3 – Kemper Military School Materials, 1947-1967

File 4 – Kemper Military School Catalogs

File 5 – Ripon College Materials, 1953-1983

End of Box 1

 

Series I – Personal Materials

Box 2

File 1 – Sigma Nu (Zeta Tau and Gamma Beta Chapters) 1953-1972

File 2 – Phi Alpha Theta Materials, 1971

File 3 – University of South Dakota Materials, 1972-1974

File 4 – Evergreen Music Conference Materials, 1963

File 5 – Song Drafts and Poetry, c.1947-1981, Undated

File 6 – Religious Bulletins and Songs, 1961-1965, Undated

File 7 – Racing Correspondence and Program, 1959-1966

  • From Scuderia Hanseat – About the “International Sports Drivers’ Course” on the “Nürburgring” – 1961 (1 page)
  • A certificate, certifying that Dollar participated in certain events in Germany.
  • A letter to Bob Niendorf listing events he raced.
  • List of members of the Scuderia Brait Racing Team – 1966
  • A letter from Dollar to the Scuderia Brait Racing Team discussing the history the team, future team plans and policies, and its members - c.1963
  • Race Program – April 16-19, 1959
  • Race Program – July 3-5, 1959
  • Race Program – August 29-30, 1959
  • Handwritten note “All the best for your new powerful engine. With best wishes to you and you (illegible) kind minds – (Signature illegible – intitials K.S.?)

NOTE:  According to the letter listed above, it seems that Dollar may have raced under the pseudonym “Johnny Nova.”  Which is what he seems to be listed under in the race programs.

File 8 – Racing Programs, 1960-1964

  • Race Program – March 5-6, 1960 – under “Johnny Nova” – page 18
  • Race Program – March 26-27, 1960 – under “Johnny Nova” – page 7
  • Race Program – May 22, 1960 - under “Johnny Nova” – page 33
  • Race Program – July 15-17, 1960 - under “Johnny Nova” – page 30
  • Race Program – October 16, 1960 - under “Johnny Nova” – page 20
  • Race Program – April 20—23, 1961
  • Race Program – April 30, 1961 – under Clyde Dollar – page 23
  • Race Program – May 28, 1961
  • Ons-Mitteilungen newsletter – March 1960 – May 1961 – Dollar and “Johnny Nova” listed many times for upcoming races
  • F.A.S.T. (Frankfurt Auto Sports and Touring Club) Facts newsletter “Promoting Motorsport in Germany” – November 1960-1961
  • Membership list for F.A.S.T.
  • Race Program – June 6-7, 1964 – under Clyde Dollar
  • Race Program – September 26-27, 1964 - page 7 – under Clyde Dollar
  • Race Program – June 4-6 - c.1964
  • Race Program – Sept. 16-18 - c.1965

 

File 9 – Racing General Materials

  • Photo of Dollar    1 page
  • C. 1932 pamphlet on Der Nürburgrin
  • Internationl Federation of Automobiles – Germany – 1959-61
  • Competition Log and Driver’s Racing Log – 1963
  • Various Ribbons and tags
  • Membership card to the Sports Car Club of America 1963-1965
  • Other Various awards and certificates

 

File10- Racing Newspaper Clippings, 1959-1964

File 11- Personal Photographs

File 12- General Materials

End of Box 2

End of Series I

 

Series II - Professional Materials

Box 1

File 1 – Arkansas Archaeological Site Directory, 1958

File 2 – “The Narrows” Archaeological Site Materials, Crawford County, Arkansas, 1954

File 3 – “Five Mounds” Archaeological Site Materials, Crawford County, Arkansas, 1958

File 4 – Brigham Young Archaeological Site Correspondence, 5/11/65-12/28/65

File 5 – Brigham Young Archaeological Site Correspondence, 1/17/66-3/31/67

File 6 – Brigham Young Archaeological Site Materials, Nauvoo, Illinois, 1965-1977

File 7 – Brigham Young Archaeological Site Photographs

File 8 – Spadra Bluff Indian Trading Factory Archaeological Site Materials, Logan County, Arkansas, 1966

File 9 – Fort Lincoln/George A. Custer House Archaeological Site Correspondence, Bismarck, North Dakota, 1966

File 10- Fort Lincoln/Custer House Archaeological Site Correspondence, Bismarck, North Dakota, 1967, Undated

File 11- “A Comprehensive Plan For An Historical Archaeological Research and Development Program, North Dakota Park Service,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1967

File 12- Custer House Archaeological Site Field Notebook, 1966

File 13- “The Excavations at Ft. Abraham Lincoln (1966 Season): A Progress Report,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1967

File 14- For Lincoln/Custer House General Materials, 1965-1967

File 15- Custer House Excavation Slides

File 16- “Some Results of the Custer House Excavations, 1966,” by Clyde D. Dollar

File 17- Fort Laramie Officer Quarters Reconstruction Slides and Photographs, 1966

File 18- Spotted Tail Archaeological Site Research Materials, 1870-1968

File 19- Spotted Tail Archaeological Site Excavation Materials, 1968

End of Box 1

 

Series II- Professional Materials

Box 2

File 1 – “The Centennial Prairie Report,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1974

File 2 – Centennial Prairie Archaeological Site Materials, 1972-73

File 3 – Sarah N. Ridge House Archaeological Materials, 1981

File 4 – “Final Report- South Dakota State- Wide Museology Program,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1974

File 5 – Project Proposals for the Rosebud Sioux Archaeological/Oral History, Undated

File 6 – General Archaeology Slides

File 7 – “An Early Example of Public Archaeology in the United States:  Nauvoo, Illinois,1962-1969.” By Benjamin C. Pykles

End of Box 2

 

Series II- Professional Materials

Box 3

File 1 – “A Man Called Horse” Film Correspondence, 1968

File 2 – “A Man Called Horse” Film Correspondence, 1969

File 3 – “A Man Called Horse” Film Correspondence, 1970

File 4 – “A Man Called Horse” Film Correspondence, 1971-1974, Undated

File 5 – “A Man Called Horse” Cast Biographies

File 6 – “A Man Called Horse” Production Notes

File 7 – “A Man Called Horse” Shooting Schedule

File 8 – “A Man Called Horse” Film Props

File 9 – Bibliography of Sources Used in Historical Research for “A Man Called Horse” by Clyde D. Dollar

File 10- “A Man Called Horse” Publicity Materials, 1970-82

File 11- “A Man Called Horse” General Materials, Undated

File 12- “A Man Called Horse” Newspaper Clippings, 1969-70

File 13- “A Man Called Horse” Photographs

File 14- “A Man Called Horse” Photographs

File 15- “A Man Called Horse” Photographs

File 16- “A Man Called Horse” Slides

End of Box 3

 

Series II - Professional Materials

Box 4

File 1 – Notes on “A Man Called Horse”- compiled by Clyde D. Dollar

File 2 – Noted on Sioux Indian Dress and Custom for “A Man Called Horse”- compiled by Clyde D. Dollar

File 3 – Noted on color and design for Sioux Indian Clothing for “A Man Called Horse”- compiled by Clyde D. Dollar

File 4 – Notes on Games and Toys used by Sioux Indians for “A Man Called Horse”- compiled by Clyde D. Dollar

File 5 – Costumes for “A Man Called Horse”- compiled by Clyde D. Dollar

File 6 – Props used in “A Man Called Horse”

File 7 – Shield and Tipi Designs for “A Man Called Horse”- compiled by Clyde D. Dollar

File 8 – Sioux Script for “A Man Called Horse”

End of Box 4

 

Series II - Professional Materials

Box 5

File 1 – “A Man Called Horse”- First Script

File 2 – “A Man Called Horse”- Second Script

File 3 – “A Man Called Horse”- Script Revision 1, August 27, 1968

File 4 – “A Man Called Horse”- Script Revision 2, September 3, 1968

File 5 – “A Man Called Horse”- Revised First Draft Shooting Script, September 9, 1968

File 6 – “A Man Called Horse”- Revised Shooting Draft- Shooting Script, September 9, 1968

File 7 – “A Man Called Horse” Final Draft Shooting Script, September 26, 1968

File 8 – “A Man Called Horse” Final Draft Shooting Script, September 26, 1968

File 9 – “A Man Called Horse” Script Changes

End of Box 5

 

Series II - Professional Materials

Box 6

File 1 – “Hollywood and Its Indians: The Story of the Making of the Film A Man Called Horse,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1971. (Chapters 1-6)

File 2 – “Hollywood and Its Indians: The Story of the Making of the Film A Man Called Horse,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1971. (Chapters 6-Appendix G)

File 3 – “Tom Horn”- Movie Correspondence, and General Materials, April 2, 1973- January 30, 1979

File 4 – The Horn Papers Book I, by Clyde D. Dollar, 1978

File 5 – The Horn Papers Book II, by Clyde D. Dollar, 1978

File 6 – Apache Research Materials for Tom Horn Film, Undated

File 7 – Apache Research Materials for Tom Horn Film

File 8 – Apache Photographs for Use in Production of Tom Horn Film

File 9 – “Belle Starr” Film General Materials, 1977

File 10- Sioux Indian Research Materials

File 11- Rosebud Dakota Sioux Research Surveys, 1969

File 12- General Indian Materials

File 13- “Hamblichea”- Indian Course Study Outline 1969

File 14- “Hamblichea”- Lecture Transcript, 1969

End of Box 6

 

Series II - Professional Materials

Box 7

File 1 – Slides of Indians/West

File 2 – Newspaper Clippings- Indian Research, 1969

File 3 – Fort Smith Research Correspondence, July 2, 1959-October 2, 1975

File 4 – Fort Smith Research Correspondence, February 12, 1976-July 6, 1984

File 5 – First Fort Smith Reconstruction Project Contracts, 1964

File 6 – “Historical Report- Old Fort Smith 1817”

File 7 – “First Fort Smith Report”

File 8 – Primary Source- Historical Research Reports for First Fort Smith Reconstruction

File 9 – Fort Smith Reconstruction Research Materials

File 10- First Fort Smith Excavations Renderings

File 11- First Fort Smith Excavations Renderings

File 12- First Fort Smith Excavations Renderings, Maps and Photographs

File 13- “Research Notes on the First Fort Smith Reconstruction,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1975

File 14- “The Buttons of Fort Smith,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1969

File 15- “The Buttons of Fort Smith” Photographs

End of Box 7

 

Series II - Professional Materials

Box 8

File 1 – “The First Fort Smith Report: Addendum 1975,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1976

File 2 – “The First Fort Smith,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1962

File 3 – First Fort Smith Reconstruction Evaluation Study, 1974

File 4 – First Fort Smith Slides

File 5 – Fort Smith Old Commissary Proposal and Contracts, 1982

File 6 – Old Commissary Research Materials

File 7 – Historic Structures Report: Fort Smith Commissary, 1965. Part I

File 8 – Historic Structures Report: Old Commissary Architectural Data Section; 1969. Part II

File 9 – Old Commissary Archaeological Field Notes- Clyde D. Dollar, 1982

File 10- Old Commissary Archaeological Field Notes- James M. Gaston, 1982

File 11- Old Commissary Artifact Reports

File 12- Old Commissary Archaeological Drawings, 1982-83

File 13- Old Commissary Building Layout plans, Fort Smith map

File 14- “Archaeological Investigation and Historical Documentation in the Vicinity of the Old Commissary Building,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1983

File 15- Old Commissary- Historical Archaeology Research, by Clyde D. Dollar

File 16- “Old Commissary” Gaston Report

File 17- “Old Commissary” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1983

File 18- “Old Commissary” General Materials

File 19- “Old Commissary” Newspaper Clippings 1982

File 20- “Old Commissary” Photographs

File 21- Meeks Coca-Cola Plant Research Materials, 1977-1982

File 22- Fort Smith Maps-Research Materials

File 23- Meeks Coca-Cola Plant Research Materials

File 24- “The Search For Officer’s Row at Fort Smith: Phase One,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1982

File 25- Environmental Review: Master Plan/Development Concept Plan for Fort Smith National Historic Site

File 26- Interpretative Prospectus for the Old Fort Museum, 1982

File 27- Fort Smith General Materials

End of Box 8

 

Series II - Professional Materials

Box 9

File 1 – Greers Ferry Visitor Center Contract Papers, 1978

File 2 – Greers Ferry Visitor Center Project Correspondence, October 26, 1976-August 11,1980

File 3 – Greers Ferry Visitor Center Project Research Materials

File 4 – Interpretative Prospectus for Greers Ferry Visitor Center, 1979

File 5 – Statement of Findings of Greers Ferry Lake, 1974

File 6 – Greers Ferry Visitor Center Rendering

File 7 – Data on Site Selection Studies for Greers Ferry Reservoir, 1956

File 8 – Design Concept Report- Table Rock Visitor’s Center, 1972

File 9 – Greers Ferry Visitor Center Design Memo No. 19-5, May 1975

File 10- Greers Ferry Visitor Center Design Memo No. 24, June 1979

File 11- Greers Ferry Visitor Center Design Memo No. 25, August 1979

File 12- Greers Ferry Visitor Center Design Memo No. 25, August 1979

File 13- Professional/Business Correspondence, 12/10/65-4/25/68

File 14- Professional/Business Correspondence, 5/2/68-12/30/69

File 15- Professional/Business Correspondence, 1/3/70-12/13/73

File 16- Professional/Business Correspondence, 1/9/74-12/30/75

File 17- Professional/Business Correspondence, 1976-12/6/77

File 18- Professional/Business Correspondence, 1978-8/23/83

End of Box 9

 

Series II - Professional Materials

Box 10

File 1 – Professional/Business Correspondence, Undated

File 2 – “Aerial Archaeology: In search of a Pilot Site for Arkansas,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1962

File 3 – “American Indian Militants vs. Archaeology,” 1971

File 4 – “An Archaeological Assessment of Historic Davidsonville, Arkansas,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1977

File 5 – “Behind the Trail of Broken Treaties: An Indian Declaration of Independence,”- Book Review, 1975

File 6 – “Berry Cemetery and George Berry Washington,” by Clyde D. Dollar, et. Al., 1983

File 7 – Bibliography of Sources Used in Historical Research For “A Man Called Horse”, by Clyde D. Dollar, 1968

File 8 – Christmas Celebration By the Explorers and Fur Men of the West, 1800-1860,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1971

File 9 – Critique of “Position Papers on Historical Archaeology in the Parks.  The Question of Levels of Site Treatment,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1982

File 10- The Cutting Edge: Essays on the Treatment of Indians (Written and compiled by Clyde D. Dollar)

File 11- “Directory of American Collegiate Judo 1977-78” compiled and edited by Clyde D. Dollar

File 12- “Directory of American Collegiate Judo 1979-80” compiled and edited by Clyde D. Dollar

File 13- “Effect on Cardiovascular Capacity,” by Clyde D. Dollar

File 14- “Filmed Plains Ethno history Revisited: The Devaluation (Proper Evaluation) of Dollar” by Mellvin D. Thurman, undated

File 15- “Firearms, Traps, and Tools of the Mountain Men,”-Book Review, 1968

File 16- “The First Fort Smith” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1962

File 17- “Following the Guides,”-Book Review, 1967

File 18- “Geology in the Grand Canyon: A Handbook for Colorado River Runners,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1981

File 19- “George Berry Washington: Black Plantation Owner,” by Clyde D. Dollar, et al, 1981

File 20- “Handbook of the Sequence of Geological Formations in the Grand Canyon,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1979

File 21- “The High Plains Smallpox Epidemic of 1837-38,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1977

File 22- “History and Acculturation of the Dakota Indians,”-Book Review, 1970

File 23- “Indians in Brief,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1970

File 24- “Judo at the University of Arkansas,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1978

File 25- “Judo at the University of Arkansas,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1979

File 26- “Judo at the University of Arkansas,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1980

File 27- “Judo at the University of Arkansas,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1981

File 28- The Making of “A Man Called Horse”, by Clyde D. Dollar, 1969

File 29- “Of Onions and Razorbacks,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1978

File 30- “Opinion and Comments: The Small Museum,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1974

File 31- “Oral History: Windfall or Deadfall?” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1972

File 32- “Renaissance on the Reservation,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1974

File 33- “Resurgence of Antiquarianism in Ethno history and Archaeology: Clyde Dollar’ ‘Letter From Mexico” by Mellvin D. Thurman, Undated

End of Box 10

 

Series II - Professional Materials

Box 11

File 1 – “The Second Tragedy at Wounded Knee,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1973

File 2 – “Some Aspects of Pre-Thu High Medieval Culture as Reflected in Castle Architecture: An Essay on Inferential Evidence,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1972

File 3 – “Soldier and Brave,”- Book Review, 1971

File 4 – “Soldiers on the Santa Fe Trail,”-Book Review, 1967

File 5 – “Through the Looking Glass: History and the Modern Brule Sioux,” by Clyde D. Dollar,1972

File 6 – “This being a holiday with our neighbors,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1971

File 7 – “Tribal Involvement Viewed Historically: Brief Remarks on the Brule Sioux Concept of Tribal Government,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1968

File 8 – “The Winnipeg White Paper,” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1971

File 9 – “The Written Word, the Spoken Word…,” by Robert L. Scheyler, Undated

File 10- Writings and Speeches of Clyde D. Dollar, 1973

File 11- “Arkansas History Speech,” 1980

File 12- “Braying About Horse: the Thurman-Howard Debate on Filmed Ethno History, Speech,” 1975

File 13- “George Catlin,” Speech, 1981

File 14- “Economics of Historical Resources Development in North Dakota” Speech, 1968

File 15- “A Historian Looks at Ethno History,” Speech, 1974

File 16- “Letter from Mexico” Speech, 1968

File 17- “Recent Historical Finds on Centennial Prairie” Speech, 1973

File 18- “Remarks on Viewpoints on Indian History,” Speech, 1973

File 19- “The Rosebud Revisited,” Speech, 1983

File 20- “Sigma Nu” Speech, Undated

File 21- “Some Aspects of Medieval Culture,” Speech, 1972

File 22- “Theory and Method in Historical Archaeology,” Speech, 1968

File 23- “Tough Trip Through Paradise,” Speech, Undated

File 24- Unidentified Speeches

File 25- Speech Program, 1967-83

File 26- Biographical Studies

File 27- Dollar Materials at Arkansas History Commission

File 28- George Berry Washington’s Research Materials

File 29- Lewis and Clark Expedition Research Materials

File 30- Fulbright/McCallum Correspondence Project Materials

File 31- Philosophy of History Materials

File 32- Teaching Materials

File 33- Certificates and Awards, 1965-71

File 34- Newspaper Clippings, 1979-83

End of Box 11

End of Series II

 

Series III - Audio/Visual

Box 1

Item 1 – “A Man Called Horse Material”, Vol. 1, 1973

Item 2 – “A Man Called Horse Material”, Vol. 2, 1973

Item 3 – “A Man Called Horse Material”, Vol. 3, 1973

Item 4 – “Writings and Speeches of Clyde D. Dollar, Vol. 1”, 1973

Item 5 – “Writings and Speeches of Clyde D. Dollar, Vol. 2”, 1973

Item 6 – “Writings and Speeches of Clyde D. Dollar, Vol. 3”, 1973

Item 7 – Hamblichea Series of Indian Lectures, Lecture 1: “Prehistory of the Great High Plains”,1969

Item 8 – Hamblichea Series- Lecture 2: “Teton Genesis”, 1969

Item 9 – Hamblichea Series- Lecture 3: “First Contacts in the High Plains: The Teton of the Old Days”, 1969

Item 10- Hamblichea Series- Lecture 4: “Fur Trade, Fur Trades and Fur Trade Goods”, 1969

Item 11- Hamblichea Series- Lecture 5: “The Sun High Plains and the Sacrific of Pain”, 1969

Item 12- Hamblichea Series- Lecture 6: “The Indian Wars Peril: Desruction of a Way of Life”, 1969

Item 13- Hamblichea Series- Lecture 7: “The Reservation Days: The World Narrows”

Item 14- Hamblichea Series- Lecture 8: “High Plains Religion”, 1969

Item 15- Hamblichea Series- Lecture 9: “Indian Art”, 1969

Item 16- Hamblichea Series- Lecture 10: “The High Plains Indian of Today: Blood and Tears, Man and Myth”, 1969

Item 17- Hamblichea Series- Lecture 11: “The Bureau of Indian Affairs: Our Brother’s Keeper”,1969

Item 18- Hamblichea Series- Lecture 11

Item 19- Hamblichea Series- Lecture 12: “Modern Indian Politics”, 1969

Item 20- Interview with Dr. John C. Evans, Smithsonian Institution about Teton Dakota Ethnology, 1971

Item 21- Interviews of Indians used in To Be An Indian, Undated

Item 22- “A Ceremony Curious and Grotesque- George Catlin and the Mander O-kee-per” Speech, 1976

Item 23- Soundtrack for Caitlin O-kee-per

Item 24- “A Man Called Horse”

Item 25- “A Man Called Horse”

Item 26- Script for “A Man Called Horse”

Item 27- Dissension following Showing of “A Man Called Horse”, 1970

Item 28- Fist Anniversary Showing of “A Man Called Horse”, 1971

Item 29- Historical Conference, 1968

Item 30- Historical Conference, 1968

End of Box 1

 

Series III - Audio/Visual

Box 2

Item 1 – Tough Trip Through Paradise- John W. Powell/Grand Canyon

Item 2 – Tough Trip Through Paradise

Item 3 – Tough Trip Through Paradise

Item 4 – Tough Trip Through Paradise

Item 5 – First Fort Smith

Item 6 – Meg Healy Show, KIKL Radio, 1970

Item 7 – Interview: Dr. Gary Hackworth, 1968

Item 8 – History class lectures, 1974

Item 9 – Reel Tape with Notes

Item 10- Sigma Nu (Theta Beta Chapter) Vigil Rite

Item 11- St. John’s Choir, 1962

Item 12- Clearcutting

Item 13- Unidentified Microfilm

Item 14- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 15- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 16- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 17- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 18- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 19- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 20- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 21- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 22- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 23- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 24- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 25- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 26- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 27- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 28- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 29- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 30- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 31- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 32- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 33- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 34- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 35- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 36- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 37- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

End of Box 2

 

Series III - Audio/Visual

Box 3

Item 1 – Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 2 – Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 3 – Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 4 – Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 5 – Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 6 – Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 7 – Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 8 – Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 9 – Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 10- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 11- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 12- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 13- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 14- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 15- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 16- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 17- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 18- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 19- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 20- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 21- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 22- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 23- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 24- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 25- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 26- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 27- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 28- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

Item 29- Unidentified Reel-to-Reel Tape

End of Box 3

 

Series III - Audio/Visual

Box 4

Item 1 – “We have met the Indian and made them us” by Clyde D. Dollar

Item 2 – Conversation with Hindman, 3/27/79

Item 3 – Tom Horn Research

Item 4 – Same Sizer

Item 5 – Phone Calls, 1/25-3/26, 1979

Item 6 – John W. Powell Journal, Aug. 4-29, 1969

Item 7 – Fratzky, Joe Cash

Item 8 – Unidentified Cassette Tape

Item 9 – Unidentified Cassette Tape

Item 10- Unidentified Cassette Tape

Item 11- Unidentified Cassette Tape

Item 12- Unidentified Cassette Tape

Item 13- Unidentified Cassette Tape

Item 14- Unidentified Cassette Tape

Item 15- Unidentified Cassette Tape

Item 16- Unidentified Cassette Tape

Item 17- Unidentified Cassette Tape

Item 18- Unidentified Cassette Tape

Item 19- Unidentified Cassette Tape

Item 20- Unidentified Cassette Tape

Item 21- Unidentified Cassette Tape

Item 22- “Judo At University of Arkansas”

End of Box 4

End of Series III

 

Series IV- Oversize

Box 1

Item 1 – Rosebud Sioux Indian Badges

Item 2 – Judo Certificate, 1982

Item 3 – Honorary Certificate, 1960

Item 4 – Outstanding Support of Razorback Brigade, 1982

Item 5 – 2000 Men of Achievement Certificate, 1969

Item 6 – Kemper Military School Yearbook, 1950

Item 7 – Kemper Military School Yearbook, 1956

Item 8 – Ripon College Yearbook, 1954

Item 9 – Ripon College Yearbook, 1955

Item 10- Fort Smith Photographs

Item 11- A Man Called Horse Book

Item 12- Clyde Dollar’s Race Car (Photograph)

End of Box 1

 

Series IV - Oversize

Box 2

Item 1 – Northwestern University Yearbook, 1953

Item 2 – “The Journal of Charles LeRay: Authentic or Not?” by Clyde D. Dollar, 1974

Item 3 – “The Journal of Charles LeRay”, 1974

Item 4 – The Two-Thousand Men of Achievement, 1969

Item 5 – International Scholars Directory

Item 6 – Directory of Educational Scholars Directory

Item 7 – Historical Archaeology Bibliographies, Vol. 1, 1975

Item 8 – Historical Archaeology Bibliographies, Vol. 3, 1975

Item 9 – A Man Called Horse Publicity, (Vol. 22)

End of Series IV Box 2

End of Collection