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Title Marjorie Roberts Collection
Call Number MSS 18
Extent 17 folders
Dates of Creation 1896-1986
Creator Roberts, Marjorie
Scope & Content Much of the collection has to do with Ada Comstock. It also contains a small sampling of historic publications that were put out like issues of the Fargo North Dakota Record from the turn of the 20th century and a program from the Fargo Diamond Jubilee in 1950.
People Comstock, Ada
Comstock, S.G.
Subjects Radcliffe College (Cambridge, MA)
Fargo (ND)
System of arrangement The collection was split into two series. Items relating to the Comstock Family and the Miscellaneous historical items that were kept by Marjorie Roberts during the course of her life.
Access Conditions There are no access restrictions on the materials, and the collection is open to all members of the public in accordance with state law.
Copyrights The researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming to the laws of libel, privacy, and copyright of the state of Minnesota which may be involved in the use of this collection.
Language of Material English
Archival History Accession 88.23 was received from the estate of Marjorie Roberts in 1988.
Accession 89.17 was received from the North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies in 1989.
Containers Comstock House Brochure, ca. 1980's
Comstock Memorial Student Union Dedication
Dresden – 1901 – From Ada Comstock's Diary, 1901 (Photocopy)
Invitation to Ada Comstock's Inauguration at Radcliffe College, 1923
Letter from Ada Notestein (Comstock), 1959
Newspaper Clippings about the Comstock's
Radcliffe News about Ada Comstock, 1958
1st Presbyterian Church Dedicatory Services Program, 1910
The Advocate: Woman Suffrage Edition, 1917
F. Jay Hanes Stereoview, At the Northern Pacific Railroad Crossing, 1876
Fargo Diamond Jubilee Program, 1950
The Fargo North Dakota Record, September and October 1895
The Fargo North Dakota Record, June, July 1896
The Fargo North Dakota Record, June, 1899
Newspaper Clippings – SG Roberts Articles
The Red River Voyager by John G. Whittier, 1892
Statehood Souvenir: Chautauqua Edition ca. 1925