The Frank Moody Mills Collection contains Mill's miscellaneous papers, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and obituary. Mills was the founder of Sioux Falls Traction Company, the third streetcar company in Sioux Falls. The collection also contains the incorporation certificate of the Traction Company (1907), the ON THE CARS newspaper (1909-21), and several works by Mills: "The Mills Family and Its Collateral Branches with Autobiographical Reminiscences" (1911), "Historical Sketch of Captain Jacob Westfall" (1918), "Early Days in a College Town" (1924), and "The Notings of a 'Nonogenarian'" (1928). In addition, Mr. Mills was the first in South Dakota to operate motor passenger bus lines. He developed bus routes through a large section of southeastern South Dakota and to nearby cities in adjoining states.
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