ELWYN B. ROBINSON DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS
CHESTER FRITZ LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA
GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA 58202

ELWYN B. ROBINSON PAPERS

COLLECTION: OGL #198 (addition)

DATES: 1958-1962, undated

SIZE: 2 folders

INTRODUCTION

ACQUISITION: This addition to the Elwyn B. Robinson Papers was deposited in the Orin G. Libby Manuscript Collection by Dr. Robert Wilkins, Grand Forks, North Dakota, on October 1, 1993 (Acc.#93-1913).

ACCESS: Open for inspection under the rules and regulations of the Department of Special Collections.

RELATED COLLECTIONS: OGL#1296, Wynonna Wilkins Papers

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

This addition to the Elwyn B. Robinson Papers consists of several articles written by Robinson, in addition to four KFJM radio sketches by Wynonna Wilkins. The articles by Robinson appeared in North Dakota Teacher from 1958-1962. The titles are:

“Theodore Roosevelt: Conservative Reformer,” April 1958
“Themes of North Dakota History,” February 1959
“First School in North Dakota,” May 1961
“North Dakota’s Public Schools, Part II” February 1962
“North Dakota’s Public Schools, Part III,” March 1962

The four Wynonna Wilkins radio sketches were broadcast on KFJM, the University’s radio station. They are entitled: “The Gold Seekers,” “Steamboats on the Red River,” “Pioneer Life in North Dakota” and “The Marquis de Mores.”

BOX AND FOLDER INVENTORY

Box 31
Folder

  1. Elwyn B. Robinson articles: 1958-1962
  2. Wynonna Wilkins Radio Sketches: undated

 Original Donation  First Addition: 1930-1986
 Second Addition: 1984-1986  Third Addition: 1958-1962, undated
 Fourth Addition: undated  Fifth addition: 1944, 2000

Links to additional information regarding Elwyn B. Robinson:

Biography of Elwyn B. Robinson Inventory to the Elwyn B. Robinson Papers
The Themes of North Dakota History by Elwyn B. Robinson Bibliography of Writings of Elwyn B. Robinson
Chronology of the Life of Elwyn B. Robinson Elwyn B. Robinson: An Appreciate Sketch by Dr. Robert Wilkins

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