Manuscript Group 108
This descriptive inventory of the material collected by The University of Idaho Museum for its Living History Farm entitled Rural Life In The Palouse now in the University of Idaho Library was prepared by Judith Nielsen in June 1982.
This archival group contains the material written and collected by those involved with planning the Palouse Hills Living History Farm. It consists of twenty-six typed reports dealing with various aspects of rural life in the Palouse from 1890 to 1915, twenty-two sets of cassette tapes (thirty-eight tapes in all) and typed transcripts of seven of those sets which are oral history interviews with Palouse area residents. There are also eight books dealing with farm animals, three 4-H clothing bulletins, maps of the proposed farm, and material for a living history summer course taught at the university.
This group also contains many brochures on living history sites in the United States and many newspaper clippings about the University Museum's farm project. Another very interesting series in this group is the large number of photographs, both period and contemporary, of farming methods, fashion, domestic architecture, and household furnishings. These photographs are either in the typed reports or in the two file boxes of photographs. Some were taken by persons associated with the living farm museum project, others were obtained from the University of Idaho, Washington State University, Eastern Washington State Historical Society, Idaho Historical Society, or from one of several private collections.
This collection is invaluable to anyone interested in early life in the Palouse region, or early agriculture in general.
It should be noted that all original reports in this collection have been copyrighted by the University of Idaho Museum; many photographs are also under copyright.
The material in each series in this group is described in more detail in the following Description of Series.
Material in this group was left in the basic subject arrangement in which it was received by the University of Idaho Museum, although occasionally small sections were grouped with similar subject matter in order to make a more usable unit.
All photographs, including those contained in the typed reports, have been cataloged, and cards for those not from the University of Idaho collection are filed in the Special Collections photograph card file.
I. Transcripts & Original Papers in Sets Boxes 1-4
II. University of Idaho Material Boxes 5-6
III. Background and Reference Material Boxes 7-8
IV. Miscellaneous Material Box 9
V. Photographs Boxes 10-11
VI. Unboxed Material
As an early part of the planning for the living farm museum many reports on early Palouse agriculture were written by students in Museology and American Studies courses. Other reports were funded either by the Association for the Humanities in Idaho or the Comprehensive Employment Training Act (CETA). These reports were divided into six groups, or sets; a seventh set is comprised of the transcripts of some of the taped oral history interviews, and the eighth is extra copies of the prospectus which is in set six.
The typed reports are listed two ways in this inventory, the first, and most complete description of each item, is under its set title, the second listing (sets 1-6 only) is an alphabetical listing by author.
A Listing of Reports by Set Title
Set 1. Farm Machinery and Farm Animals
1. "Farm Animals, 1880-1930," by Ellen Borsdorf Gage. 1980. 102 p. illustrated
2. "Palouse Hills Farm Machines, 1890-1915," by Hal Douglas Carr. 1980. 69 p. illustrated.
3. "Agricultural Farm Machinery on the Palouse, 1930," by Julie Longenecker. 1979. 14 p.
Set 2. Crops
1. "History of Crops in the Palouse, 1880-1930", by Selma Yocom. 1981. 294 p. illustrated.
Set 3. Farm House and Household Goods
1. "Palouse Hills Farmstead Architecture, 1890-1915", by Marvin Moore. 1980. 40 p. illustrated
2. "Furnishings of the Palouse Farmhouse in 1915", by Dorothy Dahlgren. 1979. 20 p.
3. "Household Machinery Used on a Farm in 1915", by Marc Pence. 1979. 47 p. illustrated.
4. "Palouse Hills Farmstead Household Goods, 1890-1915", by Mary Anne Davis. 1980. 163 p. illustrated.
Set 4. Farm Life/A Farmwife's Duties/Gardens/Clothing and Textiles
l. "Seasonal Differences in the Life of a Palouse Farmer in 1915", by Nancy Wilson. 1979. 14 p.
2. "Palouse Farm Family Holidays," by Tim Malarchick. 1970. 9 p.
3. "The Duties of a Palouse Farmwife", by Ann Brookhyser. 1979. 11 p.
4. "Palouse Farm Garden and It's [sic] Uses; What Was in a Typical Farm Garden of 1915, and How Was It Used?", by Beth Woog. 1979. 21 p. illustrated.
5. "Palouse Hills Farmstead Clothing and Household Textiles, 1890-1915", by Susan Lehman. 1980. 151 p. illustrated.
Set 5. Immigration and Settlement
1. "German Settlement in the Palouse", by Cindy Glassford. 1980. 8 p.
2. "European Immigrant Settlement in the Palouse Country, 1880-1930", by Richard Scheuerman. 1981. 162 p. illustrated.
Set 6. Miscellaneous Original Papers
1. "A Prospectus for the Development of a Living Historical Farm at the University of Idaho", by Nicholas L. Clark. 1977. 31 p.
2. "Living Historical Farms: a Philosophy of Education", by Nicholas L. Clark. 1978. 19 p.
3. "Craft Demonstrations as an Interpretive Technique", by Steve A. Anderson. 1979. 13 p.
4. "Palouse Area Schools, 1890-1920", by Kacee Jackson O'Connor. 1980. 28 p.
5. "Furnishings of Rural Schools in the Palouse: 1915 and 1930", by Debie Miller. 1979. 37 p. illustrations.
6. "Nathaniel Williamson: Moscow Merchant, 1903-1920", by Alexis M. Rippel. 1980. 36 p. illustrated.
7. "Moscow's Professional People During 1905 and 1930", by Melissa Heitland. 1979. 37 P.
8. "Poems, Plays, Music and Dance: 1900-1915", by Diane M. Becker. 1979. 14 p.
9. "Urban Culture Comes to Rural Towns: Entertainment in the Palouse, 1915 and 1930", by Deborah Gallacci. 1970. 37 p.
10. "Logging and Mining in Latah County in 1915 and 1930", by Allison La Sala. 1979. 9 p.
11. "Origins of the First Lutheran and Cordelia Lutheran Churches", by Kevin Ridenour. 1980. 16 p.
Set 7. Oral History Transcripts
1. William C. Loney, interviewed by Selma Yocom. October 16, 1979. 20 p.
2. William C. Loney, interviewed by Ellen Borsdorf Gage. January 30, 1980. 12 p.
3. Thomas B. Keith, interviewed by Ellen Borsdorf Gage. September 1979. 23 p.
4. Gainford Mix, interviewed by Ellen Borsdorf Gage. October 1979. 11 p.
5. Grace Wicks, interviewed by Ellen Borsdorf Gage. October 1979. 11 p.
6. Kathryn Francis Hasfurther Baumgartner, interviewed by Selma Yocom. October 31, 1979. 7 p.
7. Earl and Lola Clyde, interviewed by Susan Lehman. September 27, 1979. 19 p.
8. Harry and Clarice Sampson, interviewed by Susan Lehman. September 23, 1979. 8 p.
Set 8. Miscellaneous
Eight copies of the prospectus by Nicholas Clark.
This series contains material directly relating to the proposed farm at the University of Idaho. Listed below are brief descriptions of the items in the various folders.
Friends of the Farm Newsletter
The newsletter contains minutes of committee meetings, articles by those working on the farm project about early Palouse agriculture, and progress reports on the acquisition and restoration of equipment obtained for the museum. The newsletter began in November 1979 and continued until December 1980. This folder contains at least one copy of each issue.
Flyers for Public Meetings
This folder contains flyers for two informational meetings, "Life on a Palouse Hills Farm, 1900-1915" held in the Borah Theater, University of Idaho Student Union Building, on January 23, 1980, and a "Public Presentation on Early Palouse Hills Farm Life" at Genesee High School, March 4, 1980. The final item is a flyer for the "Old Time Farm Days" held at the Palouse Empire Fair Grounds, April 26-27, 1980, under the sponsorship of the Diamond Belgian Ranch.
Friends of the Farm stationery, the Friends greeting letter dated November 1, 1979, and several title pages for "Palouse Hills Living Farm Museum" are the only items in this folder.
This envelope contains the labels used for a photographic exhibition in 1975 entitled "Wheat 60 to 90 years ago: people and life."
This folder contains a brief note from Jack Carter about additional work done by Hank Smith, a circular letter from Hank Smith to schools about potential visitation to the farm museum dated July 10, 1980, a 7 page holograph "Survey procedure & sampling method", a research design plan, the visitor breakdown of the WSU Veterinary School, 1979-1980 (20 pages) and a 37 page report on potential visitation.
Included in this folder are the application for CETA funds with several attachments, worksheets and modifications, miscellaneous correspondence about CETA funding, CETA letters of introduction and employer determination for Jack Carter, Duane Schnabel, and John Mayer, resumes of Jack E. Carter, Duane Walter Schnabel, and Sallie Wirt Bowman, and finally the resignation of Selma Yocom from the project.
National Endowment for the Humanities
In May 1978 the museum submitted this 52 page grant application entitled "A General Planning Grant for Development of a Palouse Hills Farm Museum."
Summer Course and Miscellaneous Notes
The following is a list of items in this folder.
1. Proposal for innovative-experimentive program or distinguished visiting professor. For Summer of 1979. 7 p.
2. Museum Training: Introduction to Living History, Summer 1979. List of 20 research topics.
3. Correspondence: 13 letters about speakers and research trips.
4. Notes on speakers and class schedules.
5. Typed announcements about the Museology class for Summer 1979, other announcements in "The Snag" (Moscow, May 10, 1979), Science Museum News (Spring 1979), AVISO, (May 1979), U of I General News bulletin, July 3, 1976, University Register, May 25, 1979, and History News, July 1979.
6. Reading list for the class.
7. List of Trustees of Friends of the Farm elected December 4, 1979.
8. Edwin E. Krumpe, "The Farm--An Interdisciplinary Viewpoint." 2 p.
9. A 2 page request for help in locating farm buildings and equipment.
10. "Introduction to the University of Idaho Cooperative Park Studies Unit." (1979)
11. Reserve reading list for Museology 404, Fall 1979.
12. Talk notes.
a. Tim Wheeler. Staff Development. 4 p. holograph
b. Museology. 5 p. holograph
c. Jameson. The Public History. 3 p. holograph
d. Rob Russon
1. The Interpretative Plan/Master Plan Format. 1 p. typed
2. Organizational Plan. 1 p. typed
3. 16 Principles of Organization. 1 p. typed
4. Budget Allocations. 1 p. typed
5. Second Organizational plan. 1 p. typed
6. Self Evaluation Test for Collections Management. 1 p. typed
7. Objectives. 1 p. typed
8. Job Descriptions. 3 p. typed
e. Ed Reibel. Old Economy. 2 p. typed
f. Ed Spencer. Colonial Williamsburg. 2 p. typed
g. June Sprigg. Hancock Shaker Village. 2 p. typed
h. Ed Alexander. Shansen. 2 p. typed
i. Camille Fife. New Harmony. 2 p. typed
J. Loren Horton. Iowa History. 4 p. holograph
k. Arthur Hart. Architectural Preservation. 2 p. typed
1. Ellis Burcaw. Open Air Museums. 1 p. typed
m. Nancy West. Roskilde, near Copenhagen. 1 p. typed
n. Rob Russon. Administration of Living History Farms and Museums. 5 p. typed
o. Marvin Moore. Architectural Research
p. Glen Hinsdale. Interpretation.
q. Organizational Chart at Georgia Agrirama. 1 p.
r. Organizational List, Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Pacific Northwest Region Office. 1 p. typed.
13. Personal data record for interviewers: Ellen Estelle Borsdorf, Mary Anne Davis, Susan Lehman.
In planning for the Living History Farm, members of the staff read many articles on the numerous aspects of managing such a site, and also gathered brochures from similar sites. Listed below are the items in each category.
Booker T. Washington National Monument, Franklin County, Virginia.
Conner Prairie Pioneer Settlement, Noblesville, Indiana. (2 small brochures, a 47 p. guidebook, and 3 picture postcards)
Fort New Salem, Salem College, West Virginia.
Gettysburg National Military Park.
The Granite Farm, Gettysburg National Military Park.
Hancock Shaker Village, Massachusetts.
Jamestown Festival Park, Virginia.
Lincoln's Boyhood Home, Knob Creek, Hodgenville, Kentucky.
Littleton Historical Museum, Littleton, Colorado.
Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, Massachusetts.
Oregon Caves Discovery Map.
Pendarvis, Mineral Point, Wisconsin.
Pennsylvania Farm Museum of Landis Valley, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Pioneer Farm Museum, Eatonville, Washington.
Prairie Village, Madison, South Dakota.
Ranching Heritage Center, The Museum of Texas Tech. University, Lubbock, Texas. (Brochure and Bicentennial Souvenir Program)
Ronald V. Jensen Living Historical Farm, Utah State University, Logan, Utah.
Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, Lexington, Kentucky.
Shire Horse Farm, Pembrokeshire, Wales.
Walker Tavern Historic Complex, Cambridge Junction, Michigan.
Williamsburg Governor's Palace, Williamsburg, Virginia.
"Adolescents, Museums and the Historical Imagination: Some Preliminary Thoughts." 5 p.
American Association for State and Local History: Seminar News - 2 items; Calendar of National Meeting Dates; Interpreting the Humanities Through Museum Exhibits - workshop brochure; Seminar on Current Trends in Interpreting American History - notice; Trends in Open Air Museums Workshop, Santa Fe, N.M., June 13, 1979 4 p. questionnaire
Clayville Rural Life Center & Museum, Sangamon State University, Springfield, Illinois: Workshop in Rural Life - Reading List - Summer 1978; Workshop in Rural Life - Syllabus & Outline - Summer 1979; Midwest Rural Life and Its European Background - Syllabus and Basic; Reading List - Spring 1979; Outdoor Museums and Indoor Exhibits (Outline) by Edward L. Haves Farm Life Tour - Old Bethpage Village Restoration, December 1971. 16 p.
George, Albert J. "Town Government: 19th and 20th Century." Field sites, Town of Sturbridge, Old Sturbridge Village. 31 p. plus appendix.
A Journey to Williamsburg - Teacher's handbook
Living History Farms, Des Moines, Iowa. Teacher's Guides. 1979: Grades 1-2. Program Family Living; Grades 3-4. Program Community Living; Grades 5-6. Program Food Production
Living History Farms School, Des Moines, Iowa. Teacher's Guide. 1977. 39 p.
Old Economy Village Elementary Education Programs. Pennsylvania State Historical & Museum Commission. 51 p.
Old Sturbridge Village, Connecticut: Museum Education Programs; Teaching Resource: Garden; Teaching Resource: Travel; Museum Education Field Studies. Application, 1978-79 Catalog of Teaching Materials; Summer Shops, July 9 - August 31, 1979
Programs for Children, Teacher's Guide. Gettysburg National Military Park.
Pruitt, Marcus. "Pioneer Living; a Study Guide." 1978. 29 p.
"Publications dealing with National Park Service Environmental Education Programs."
Weitzel, Victoria B. "A Teacher's Guide to Round Top Environmental Study Area, Gettysburg National Military Park." 53 p.
Alexander, Edward P. "The Interpretation Program of Colonial Williamsburg." 1971. 46 p.
Basic Interpretative Skills. (Workshop agenda.) December 3-14, 1979.
Gettysburg National Military Park. Seasonal Training Schedule, May 28 June 3.
Hawes, Edward. "Planning Living History Programs and Facilities; Seven Areas of Concern." March 1979.
Living History Farms, Des Moines, Iowa. Employee Handbook. 1978.
Living History Farms, Des Moines, Iowa. Handbook for Interpreters. 229 p.
McDonough, Maureen H., Donald R. Field, and James Gramann. "Applying Sociological Research to Interpretation in the Northwest." Reprinted from The Interpreter,, Fall, 1977.
National Park Service, Pacific Northwest Region. Environmental Quickie: 1. Leading Children in the Field; 2. The National Park Service NEED (National Environmental Educational Development) Program in the Pacific Northwest Region; 3. The National Park Service NEED Program. Activities that illustrate concepts; 4. ------ On the interpretation of nature; 5. ------ Three semi-hypothetical teachers, a legend; 6. ------ The context and rationale.
National Park Service, Pacific Northwest Region. Interpretation - tabulation describing the function of interpretation. 5 P.
"Outline of Components of Interpreter Training" from MA thesis, Cooperstown Graduate Program, 1977, "Training Programs for Interpreters at Outdoor Museums in the Northeast." (author not identified) pp.-103-126.
Reibel, Daniel B. "A Manual for Guides, Docents, Hostesses and Volunteers of Old Economy." Pennsylvania Historical Commission. 1978. 76 p.
Sherfy, Marcella. "Honesty in Interpreting the Cultural Past." Reprinted from an unidentified number of Parks.
Work of Research & Interpretation Staff. 2 p. flowchart.
Bode, Carl. "The Cool Historians." Chronicle of Higher Education, February 13, 1979.
California. University at Davis. Agricultural History Center. "A List Of References for the History of the United States Department of Agriculture." June 1974. 88 p.
Clary, David A. Open letter to AHA president John Hope and responses to same.
Floyd, Candace. "A Different Drummer; Students Portray Historical Characters at Canadian Museums." History News, June 1980, pp. 15-17.
Folklife Center News (Washington, D.C., Library of Congress) July 1978, October, 1978, January 1979, July 1979.
Haas, Alan D. "Digging Into America's Past." TWA Ambassador, April 1979, pp. 22-24.
Hansen, Vern. "Plastics Tycoon Preserves the Industrial Revolution." Cascade World, June 1980. pp. 20-21.
Harold Russell Associates. "The Impact of Accessibility and Historical Preservation Laws, Regulations and Policies on NPS Historic Sites: Analysis and Recommendations." July 1978.
Haves, Edward. "Living Historical Farms and the Environmental Historian." Environmental History Newsletter, March 1976. pp. 18-24.
Haves, Edward. "Materials for a Localized Environmental History; or, In Search of the Core." (unidentified) Fall, 1976.
Kellar, Herbert A. "Living Agricultural Museums." Agricultural History 1945. Pp. 186-190.
Marshall, Howard Wight. "Folklife and the Rise of American Folk Museums." Reprinted from Journal of American Folklore, October-December 1977, pp. 391-413.
Martin, Dianna. "History Goes Public." History News, May 1979, Pp. 121-126; 143.
Moore, Willard B. "Folklife Museums: Resource Sites for Teaching." Indiana English Journal (Winter 1976-77) Pp. 4-10.
Questionnaire for Public Historians
Tise, Larry. "History's New Challenge; a Case for Public Historians." (source unidentified) Pp. 146-147.
Advertisement for Traces
Advertisement for Recreating the Historic House Interior, by William Seale. American Association for State and Local History. Six advertising brochures
Latah County (Idaho) Historical Society Newsletter, May 1980
Museum Studies Programs in the United States and Abroad. April 1976, Addendum October 1978.
The Reach. Annual Directory for Draft Horse Related Items. Sagle, Idaho, 1980.
U.S. Government job application forms
Floor plan of Evans house
"Linear Programmed Material: How to Compute the Cost of Building Material." University of Idaho Industrial Education Department
Miscellaneous holograph notes
South Dakota Museums (brochure)
Clothing Bulletins One, Two, and Three were prepared by the University of Idaho Agricultural Extension Division for the 4-H sewing clubs of the state. Each bulletin provides projects for one year and each contains directions for progressively more difficult garments.
In addition to the bulletins this series also contains two "Folkware" patterns from the past, no. 203 - Edwardian Underthings and 205 - Gibson Girl Blouse.
Another folder contains photocopies of early fashions taken from the pages of the Star-Mirror (Moscow) in 1908, 1914, and 1915, as well as several pages of fashions from the Sears, Roebuck Catalogue 117.
This folder contains photocopies of invoices, letters, and other documents relating to Hoffman Brothers of Kendrick, Idaho, 1908-1913.
These records contain an inventory of all real estate, all goods, chattels, rights and credits with real and appraised value. Photocopies of the records of Gray Sterling (5 Nov. 1902) 2 p., and 0. Charles Carssow (24 June 1913) 34 p., are contained in this folder.
The photographs in this series are divided into several groups. The numbered photographs contain many pictures which are copies of those in the University of Idaho Library, Washington State University Library, Eastern Washington State Historical Library, the Oregon Historical Society, and several private collections. There are many photographs of farm buildings taken by Marvin Moore which are mounted on paper and arranged by owner of the property; these have not been numbered. The third group consists of photographs contained in the typewritten reports for which there are no duplicates in the numbered collection. Only actual photographs have been cataloged, photocopies of photographs and calendar pictures have been omitted from the following lists.
Both boxes 10 and 11 also contain uncataloged material. Box 10 contains a five page article "Evaluation of Historical Photographs," typed notes on the categorizing and cataloging of pictures for the farm museum project, captions for the photographs from Clifford Ott's collection, a photographic record for five rolls of film which includes the date, photographer, site, direction, and description, and finally four contact sheets with negatives and one envelope of negatives for which there is no contact sheet, all are pictures of farm machinery which were taken by Rob Hamberg in September 1979.
Box 11 contains five contact sheets and thirteen envelopes of negatives of architectural subjects taken by Marvin Moore, his notes on conversations with old timers in the area, notes on the type of architecture on 55 different farmsteads he visited, letters from people who owned turn of the century buildings, and two articles on farmstead architecture: Richard V. Francaviglia, "Western American Barns: Architectural Form and Climatic Considerations." Association of Pacific Coast Geographers Yearbook 1972, pp. 153-160, and Glenn T. Trewartha, '"Some Regional Characteristics of American Farmsteads," American Farmsteads, Sept. 1948, pp. 168-225.
This series consists of books, maps, drawings, newspaper and magazine articles, and cassette tapes. The books, articles and maps (which are in cardboard tubes) are housed with the archival group, the cassette tapes are in the Special Collections Library.
Bunyea, Hubert. Udder Diseases of Dairy Cows. Rev. Ed. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1943. 18 p. illus. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Farmers' Bulletin 1422)
Lewer, S.H. Wright's Book of Poultry. Rev. Ed., New York: Funk & Wagnals, 1914. 627 p., illus.
McClure, S.W. The Panama Sheep. Printed by the American Panama Registry Association with permission of The National Woolgrowers Magazine, n.d. 6 p., illus.
Pope, George W. Determining the Age of Farm Animals by Their Teeth. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1934. 13 p., illus. U.S. Department of Agriculture Farmers' Bulletin 1721)
Roberts, Davis. Dr. David Roberts' Practical Home Veterinarian. 12th ed. Waukesha, Wisc.: Dr. David Roberts' Veterinary Co., 1913. 184 p. , illus.
Seymour, E.L.D. Farm Knowledge. Rev. ed. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1919, illus. 4 vols.
Slater, Don J. Market Classes and Grades of Cattle. Rev. ed. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 194o. 88 p., illus. (Department of Agriculture Bulletin 1464)
Waterman, George A. The Practical Stock Doctor. Detroit: F.B. Dickerson Co., 1980. 808 p., illus.
Maps and Drawings
1. Palouse Hills Living Farm. Site layout. Drawn by Fred Bohannon. The tube contains both the map and a transparency, each is 21" x 17-1/2"; the scale is 1":200'. Also in the tube is a three page typed plan for the development of the farm site.
2. Electrical plan for Beef Barn 1. Size: 40" x 28"; Scale: 1/8":l'
3. University of Idaho Farm. Map and Soil Survey. Size: 36" x 20-1/2"; Scale: 1":500'. Also included is a 2 page identification legend for the soil survey portion of the sheet.
4. University Agricultural Land, West Campus. Size: 40" x 28"; Scale: 1":200'
5. Living Farm Museum - Site Plan. Size 60" x 36"; Scale 1":100'
6. Palouse Hills Living Farm. (same as map 1)
7. House Drawings by Marvin Moore
a. Floor plan for 2 story T shape house
b. Site plan of Scharnhorst farmstead
c. 2 drawings for T shape house
d. 2 drawings for small square shape house
e. 2 drawings for L shape house
f. 2 drawings for Palouse farmhouse, 1890-1915
g. Ornamentation typology
h. Site formation typology
i. Architectural detail typology
J. Barn types
k. Building types
The first folder in this section consists of photocopies made from microfilm copies of the following early Palouse area newspapers: Pullman Herald (1888-1929), Genesee News (1915-1930), Moscow Star-Mirror (1908-1915, Moscow, Idaho Post (1912-1915), and the Colfax Commoner 1894-1914). All articles concern agriculture and farm animals and were probably used by Ellen Gage in writing her paper.
The second folder contains newspaper articles dating from 1978 to 1981 which have been separated into eleven sections.
1. Living History Sites
2. Local History/Historical News
3. Non-local Historical News
4. Local Farm/Historical News
5. University of Idaho News
6. Living History Farm, University of Idaho, 1978
7. Living History Farm, University of Idaho, 1979
8. Living History Farm, University of Idaho, 1980
9. Living History Farm, University of Idaho, 1981
10. Living History Farm, Unidentified Source
Oral History Tapes
Reel to Reel - "Palouse Hills Farm Museum"
Kate Baumgartner, interviewed by Selma Yocom, 10/31/79
Ellis Burcaw's instructions for taping interviews
Lola Clyde, interviewed by Susan Lehman, 1979
Lola Clyde, interviewed by Beth Woog, n.d.
Lewis Gay, interviewed by Stacy Lucas, 10/31/79 (2 tapes)
Gerald Ingle, interviewed by Selma Yocom, 12/5/79
Grace Ingle, interviewed by Selma Yocom, 12/5/79
Thomas B. Keith, interviewed by Ellen Borsdorf, 9/?/79
Susan Lehman interview with an unidentified couple
Bill Loney, interviewed by Selma Yocom, 10/16/79 (2 tapes)
Bill Loney, interviewed by Ellen Gage, 1/30/80
Gainford Mix, interviewed by Ellen Borsdorf, 10/3/79 (2 tapes)
Harry Sampson, interviewed by Susan Lehman, 1979
Grace Jain Wicks (no interviewer) 10/24/79
Marvin Moore talk on architectural research
Craig Eldredge talk on farm machinery
Bruce Harding lecture
G. Terry Sharrer lecture (5 tapes)
Arthur Hart talk on architectural preservation
Tom Grigsby & Al Calvervell talk on folklore
"Friends of the Farm" meeting
Buckedorf and Lucas talk on oral history, 7/23/79 (2 tapes)
Glen Hinsdale talk on interpretation (2 tapes)
Rob Russon talk on museum administration (6 tapes)