Tag Archives: Archival Methods Course

The Nellie Tayloe Ross Papers: Making History (And Teaching It, Too)!

Hi!  My name is Jessica Griess and I just finished my junior year as a history undergraduate student.  This past semester, I took an Archival Research Methods class at the American Heritage Center.  The class allowed my classmates and I … Continue reading

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The Adrian Scott Papers: A Look at the Hollywood Ten and McCarthyism

 Greetings, readers!  My name is Patrick Conraads, and I just finished my first year as a graduate student in History at the University of Wyoming.  This past semester, I was enrolled in Rick Ewig’s Archival Methods class.  For my term … Continue reading

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A Wyoming Titan of Industry: Frank Bosler

[Editor's note: The AHC invited UW students enrolled in Professor Rick Ewig's Archival Methods course to contribute a post for the AHC blog.  Here is one such entry!  Enjoy!] One of the most underused collections at the American Heritage Center … Continue reading

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