AMC. Adams Museum Collection
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
The Beta Sigma Phi Collection contains meeting minutes, membership information, chapter by-laws, rules, guidelines for rituals and other events, correspondence, scrapbooks, and various other documents that reflect the functions and activities of the Beta Sigma Phi Chapters in Lead, SD, from 1985 to 2008.
This is an artificial collection of records related to the Centennial Clothing Collection Style Shows performed between 1976 and 2013. The collection includes correspondence, administrative and organizational records, a scrapbook, photographs, and video recordings. The historic clothing used in the style shows, the Centennial Clothing Collection, is owned by the Days of ’76 Museum.
This collection contains records and documents created by or pertaining to the members of the Frawley family and their business ventures. Most prominent are: the law office records of Henry Frawley, the correspondence of Christina Frawley and the papers of Catherine Lane Perry. The collection features correspondence, financial records, administrative records, contracts, tax documents, law office files and a number of ledgers.
This collection primarily contains administrative and organizational records of Lead-Deadwood Masonic organizations, including Lodges and York Rite bodies. These records accumulated from 1871 to 2002 and were housed in the Lead Masonic Temple. The collection includes annual reports or returns, officers’ reports, correspondence, financial and membership records, applications to join or advance, meeting minutes, sheet music, and photographs.
The Tom and Melissa Campbell Collection consists of published and technical reports, survey worksheets, drill logs, thin sections, maps, and electronic records. The materials were gathered while the Campbells worked on the creation of the Homestake Data Archive and the Homestake Core Archive.