The Stanley H. Edmunds Collection, available at the Center for Western Studies, contains photocopies of three original works by Stanley Edmunds: "The Legend of Little Chief Running Water--Why the Forest Grieves: A Children's Phantasy" (1970), "Well! What Do Ya Call That? An Introduction to the Motor Age" (1971), and "I Remember When." Edmunds, a native of Yankton, South Dakota, drew on recollection of his childhood in writing these works. The collection also contains a 1902 prospectus of the Northwestern Aerial Navigation Company. Also available is "Then and Now--From Covered Wagons to Moon Rockets: A Chronicle of a Family (1968-1969)" on microfilm. Note: the dimensions measurement does not include the collection's microfilm selection.
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