The Sioux K. Grigsby Collection, available at the Center for Western Studies, consists of correspondence, legal documents, speeches, radio talks, newspaper clippings, photographs, and other miscellaneous items reflecting the career and interests of South Dakota state senator Sioux Grigsby. Sioux Grigsby, son of Col. Melvin Grigsby, was a leader in the South Dakota Republican Party, along with being a lawyer, assistant attorney general, and lieutenant governor. The collection also contains material relating to Grigsby's brother George, district attorney for Alaska (1902). Note: the microfilm component of this collection was not included in the Dimensions measurement.
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