The fonds consists of family histories, school and church histories, community services and activities histories and miscellaneous writings, news clippings and correspondence used for producing The Big Bend, a community history book covering the areas of Blueberry Creek, Blueberyy Mountain, Fourth Creek, Ksituan, Silver Valley, and Whitburn.
The fonds consists of records relating to the Bay Tree Community Club. They are divided into four series: minutes, financial records, correspondence and quilting, which the ladies used as a fundraiser. The correspondence includes information of the closing of the Silver Valley Campsite. The records were in no particular order when they arrived, but the minutes were grouped together in duotangs labeled with the year. It should be noted that there are balance sheets in the duotangs with the minutes, and original order has been maintained. Taped to the inside cover of one of the duotangs was a photo marked 1991. This was removed and added to the other photos of quilts.
The fonds consists of six minute books created after the August 1945 re-organization of the Buffalo Lakes Ladies Club. The minutes include records of monthly and annual meetings, lists of members, financial statements, financial ledgers which show the monthly activities, and documents relating to events which the club organized.
The fonds consists of one duplicate certificate of title for land located on SE Section 5, Township 74, Range 7, W6 , and a tax notice dated 1985. Accompanying the certificate was a note from Charles Gathercole mailed to Ed Gummer in 1951.
The fonds consists of minute books from 1927-1981, financial records for 1981 and annual reports from 1928-1985. The records had been organized before arriving at the archives, and were retained by the archivist in their original order.
The fonds consists of minute books, financial records, correspondence, annual returns, grant files, records relating to the North Kleskun Athletic Club, insurance and tax records, and records relating to the Kleskun Community Hall. There are also 30 color photographs taken at various events at the community hall between 1983-1990.
The fonds consists of records pertaining to the Beaverlodge Local of the Women of Unifarm from 1958-1980. They include minutes, financial records, correspondence, material from conventions, and pamphlets produced by the Women of Unifarm.
There was no discernable original order in the records when they arrived. Order was imposed in them by the archivist based on the content of the records.
The fonds consists of an unlined Norwegian School scribbler labeled "Tegnebog for Olav Vekvic," containing five pencil drawings signed by Olav and dated 1906, when he was 19 years old. Most of them are floral bouquets, but one is a portrait of an elderly man described as "Utenrikeminister Lavland". There is also a 1928 report from the Experimental Sub-Station at Beaverlodge, AB, and a 1920 letter from The Pellman Institute regarding a course of studies about which Olaf had enquired.