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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Organization

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Correspondence

Address Book

Notebooks

Homestead

In This We Are Native

The River Guide

The Wide Open

Writing Down The River

Literary Production

Literary Production, William Kittredge

Literary Production, Other Writers

Magazines

Business and Organizational Materials

Research Materials

Miscellaneous

Videocassettes

Audio Cassettes

CDs/DVDs/Computer Disks

Film in A-V Vault

Photographs

Slides

Oversize

Oversize O.27.2.2

Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Annick Smith:

An Inventory of Her Papers, 1968-2007 and undated, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library



Descriptive Summary

Creator Smith, Annick, 1936-
Title: Annick Smith Papers,
Dates: 1968-2007 and undated
Abstract: Papers of the writer Annick Smith from 1976-2007.
Collection # R 9.2
Quantity: 17 boxes and 1 oversize folder (16.0 linear feet)
Language English.
Repository: Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Biographical Sketch

Annick Smith is a writer and filmmaker whose work deals primarily with the literature and history of Montana, memoir, travel, and environmental issues. Born in Paris, France, in 1936, she grew up in Chicago, Illinois. Since 1964, she has lived in Montana, where her husband, David Smith taught at the University of Montana. After his death, she stayed on their rural homestead and raised their four sons. Annick Smith has worked as a high school teacher, a book editor for the University of Washington Press and and editor for The Montana Business Quarterly. She is known for her film credits, which include Heartland, based on Elinore Pruitt Stewart's Letters of a Woman Homesteader, co-producer of Robert Redford's adaptation of Norman Maclean's A River Runs Through It, and associate producer of Peacock's War. Smith is a founding board member of the Sundance Film Institute in Utah. In Missoula, she founded the Hellgate Writers, a literary center. She has participated in numerous workshops and conferences. Smith and William Kittredge edited The Last Best Place, a best selling Montana anthology. In addition to her books, Homestead and Big Bluestem, her numerous articles, poems, and stories have appeared in Audubon, Outside, National Geographic Traveler, Story and other magazines and journals.

A list of her publications includes:

  • Smith, Annick, co-editor. The Last Best Place: Montana Anthology. Helena: Montana Historical Society, 1988.
  • Smith, Annick. Homestead. Minneapolis, MN: Publishers Group West, 1995.
  • Smith, Annick. Big Bluestem: Journey into the Tall Grass. Tulsa, Okla.: Council Oak Books, 1996.
  • Smith, Annick, editor. Headwaters: Montana Writers on Water and Wilderness. Missoula : Hellgate Writers, 1996.
  • Smith, Annick. In This We Are Native: Memoirs and Journeys. Guilford, Conn.: The Lyons Press, 2001.
  • Smith, Annick, co-editor. The Wide Open: Prose, Poetry, and photographs of the Prairie. Lincoln: U of Nebraska Press, 2008.

A list of her films includes:

  • Heartland. Produced by Wilderness Women, 1979.
  • Peacock's War. Produced by Earthrise Entertainment, 1989.
  • A River Runs Through It. Produced by Allied Filmmakers, 1992.

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Scope and Contents

The collection has a variety of materials pertaining to the literary and film works of Annick Smith. Included are manuscripts of draft copies of published works, final copies, revisions, research materials to Smith's works, photocopied news clippings, business and literary correspondence, reviews, film projects, computer files and audio recordings.

The reel-to-reel tapes are housed in the AV department.

The collection is in good condition and is part of the James Sowell Family Collection in Literature, Community and the Natural World.

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Organization

The collection is organized by book title, literary production, correspondence, research material, business and organization material, and miscellaneous material. It is also organized by format: CD/DVDs, audio and video cassettes, computer disks, photographs and slides, and reel-to-reel film.
Some films have been transferred to the A-V cold storage vault. These items will need to be digitized prior to use.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Open for research. Copyright is retained by authors or creators of items in this collection, or their descendants, as stipulated by U.S. copyright law. Items stored in A-V cold storage vault will need to be digitized prior to use.

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Index Terms

The subject headings used by the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library are derived from the Library of Congress and/or locally developed.
Subjects (Persons)
Smith, Annick, 1936-
Smith, Annick, 1936- --Archives
Smith, Annick, 1936- --Correspondence
Smith, Annick, 1936- --Manuscripts
Smith, Annick, 1936- In This We Are Native
Smith, Annick, 1936- The Wide Open
Bradley, Dorothy
Smith, David-
Welch, James, 1940-
Hugo, Richard, 1923-1982
Kittredge, William
Subjects (Organizations)
Orion Society
Subjects
Gold mines and mining --Montana
Natural history
Natural history in literature
Natural history--Literary collections
Environmental concerns--Montana
Conservation efforts--Montana
Places
Montana
Blackfoot River (Mont.)
Oklahoma
Hawaii

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Related Material

For related materials located in the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, see the following collections:

  • Annick Smith Papers, 1940-2000 and undated
  • Rick Bass Papers, 1959-2002 and undated
  • Max Crawford Papers, 1960-2000 and undated
  • David James Duncan Papers, 1959-2002 and undated
  • David James Duncan Artifact Collection
  • David James Duncan Oversized Items
  • Gretel Ehrlich Papers, 1923-2005 and undated
  • Edward Hoagland Papers, 1953-2007 and undated
  • William Kittredge Papers, 1954-2000 and undated
  • William Kittredge Papers, 1919-2007 and undated
  • Barry Lopez Papers, 1964-2001 and undated
  • Barry Lopez Audio Visual Collection, 1964-2007 and undated
  • Barry Lopez Photograph Collection, 1964-2001 and undated
  • Barry Lopez Photograph Collection: Apológia
  • Bill McKibben Papers, 1971-2001 and undate
  • Gary Paul Nabhan Papers, 1866-2010 and undated
  • Howard Norman Papers, 1975-1979 and undated
  • Orion Society Audio-Visual Collection, 1994-2004
  • Doug Peacock Papers, 1950-2000 and undated
  • David Quammen Papers, 1956-1999 and undated
  • Pattiann Rogers Papers, 1960-1999 and undated
  • Pattiann Rogers Papers, 1977-2000
  • Sandra Scofield Papers, 1958-2005 and undated

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Annick Smith Papers, 1968-2007 and undated, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

Acquisition

Collection accession #(s):
2008-0176-X

Purchase, 2001

Processed by

Diane Warner, 2011

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Collection Inventory

 

Correspondence

box folder
1 1 Balicki, David, includes print of Annick Smith photo, French newspaper article, 1996-1997
2 Bass, Rick, 1997-2002
3 Bass, Rick, Yaak, 2002
4 Doig, Ivan and Carol, 1999-2004
5 Ehrlich, Gretel, 1997-2005
6 The Hotchkiss School, 2000-2004 and undated
7 Lopez, Barry, 2001
8 Milkweed, Rivers Anthology, 1997-2001
9 Music – Heartland, (includes John Adams), 1984-1990 and undated
10 Peacock, Doug, 2001
11 Ray, Janisse, 1997-2001 and undated
12 Rogers, Pattiann, 2001
13 Swan, Alison, 2003-2005
14 Business, literary, 1992-2005
15 Business, literary, 2002-2006 and undated
16 Fan letters, 1997-2003 and undated
17 Literary, includes Tess Gallagher, Ann Zwinger, Annie Dillard, 1999-2005 and undated
18 Literary, 2002-2007 and undated
19 Personal, includes Jane Hirshfield broadside, Kim Stafford, Ripley Hugo, Terry Tempest Williams, 1996-1999 and undated
20 Political correspondence, 2002

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Address Book

box folder
1 21 Address book, correspondence, 1997 and undated

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Notebooks

box folder
1 22 Five small notebooks: 1) Grand Canyon trip for “Writing Down the River”; 2) Colorado River trip for “Writing Down the River”; 3) Tracking Neruda; 4) Dunes and Ecology; 5) misc., 1993-1999 and undated
23 One notebook, visit to dying father, notes for piece on sharp-tail grouse, plans for Wilderness/Water anthology, 1996
24 One notebook, Buenos Aires trip, Sitka whales, Monte Dolach intro notes, 1999
25 One notebook, 2002

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Homestead

box folder
1 26 Correspondence, reviews, royalty statements, 1995-1996 and undated
27 The Critics’ Choice, 1995-96, booklet, 1996

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In This We Are Native

box folder
2 1 Hardcover, first edition, with Smith’s holographic corrections to text, notes, 2001
2 Advance uncorrected proof, correspondence, 2001
3 Publisher’s galley proofs, March 29, 2001
4 Photocopy of manuscript, 261 p., [2000]
5 Begin With Grass, 20 p., Feb. 2000
6 Begin With Grass, 20 p., with corrections, 2000
7 The Best Last Place: Old Cemetery in the Yaak, 5 p., Jan. 2000
8 Big Bluestem, 45 p., Dec. 31, 2000
9 Big Bluestem, p. 161-210, Dec. 10, 2000
10 Blue Canadian Rockies: The Banff Springs Hotel and Spa, 10 p., revised versions, Aug. 1999
11 The Energy Horizon, 29 p., Feb. 2000
12 The Energy Horizon, 29 p., with corrections, 2000
13 Falling Into the Canyon, 7 p., 1998
14 Gleaning Wild Gardens, 14 p., June 2000
15 Guilty Pleasures in the Nouveau West: Amangani at Jackson Hole, 7 p., Dec. 6, 1998
16 In This We Are Native, 25 p., May 2, 2000
17 In This We Are Native, “Caleb and I went…” 22 p., undated
18 In This We Are Native, “The day we opened Flossie’s…” 19 p., undated
19 Kananaskis: Alberta’s Secret, 7 p., July 16, 2000
20 Margitsziget, Where It All Began, 14 p., 1999
21 On Home Ground: Anticipating Loss, 15 p., July 2000
22 Pablo Neruda’s House in the Sand, 11 p., 1999
23 Palo Duro Canyon: The Staked Plains of Texas, 3 p., re-edited version, Aug. 1999
24 Panimavida: Place of the Lions, 5 p., [1999?]
25 Part Two: Watering Holes, [title page only], undated
26 Part Three: Tallgrass Prairie, [title page only], undated
27 Seeding with Fire, revised and condensed, 21 p., Feb. 2000
28 Seeding with Fire, 21 p., with corrections, 2000
29 Sink or Swim: The Power of the River, 4 p., [1997?]
30 Summering Ground, 9 p., July 26, 1998
31 Thanksgiving: Warren Dunes State Park, 3 p., revised, Nov. 17, 1999
32 Three Ways of Walking on the Blackfoot, 9 p., June 28, 2000
33 Titicaca: Rock of the Mountain Cat, 12 p., revised and expanded version, Jan. 2, 2000
34 To Die in Tijuana, 21 p., May 15, 2000
35 The Whales Are Singing, 9 p., second draft, June 28, 2000
36 The Widow Woman, 22 -., Sept. 29, 2000
37 Wildcats I Have Not Known, 8 p., [1999?]
38 Pieces to Drop, Guilty Pleasures, Kananaskis, Blue Canadian Rockies, 1999
39 Book tour, correspondence, style sheet, book reviews, jackets, 2000-2001 and undated
40 Notes, undated
41 Reviews, newspaper articles, 2001-2002 and undated
42 Road trips, Idaho/Spokane/Portland/Seattle/Denver/Boulder, 2001

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The River Guide

box folder
2 43 Correspondence, book proposal, Oct. 31, 1997
44 The River Guide, p. 1-146, first half, correspondence, 2003
45 The River Guide, typescript, 142 p., revised using Kittredge’s notes, Kittredge edits in blue ink, 2002
46 The River Guide, typescript, 81 p., with edits by William Kittredge in green ink, 2001-2002
47 The River Guide, typescript, 81 p., 2001-2002
48 The River Guide, [73] p., [1999]
49 The River Guide, printed from disc, Jan. 2002
box folder
3 1 Prelude, 10 p., [1999]
2 Prelude, early draft, 8 p., [1999]
3 Prelude and Part I: First Movement, 17 p., correspondence, Aug. 11, 1999
4 Research material, correspondence, 1997-1999 and undated

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The Wide Open

box folder
3 5 The Wide Open, early unpaginated typescript, [first half], 2007
6 The Wide Open, early unpaginated typescript, [second half], 2007
7 The Wide Open, ca. 100 p., Jan. 1, 2006
8 The Wide Open, Prairie Anthology Project, manuscripts, correspondence, chart, 2004-2005 and undated
9 Potential inclusions sent to Smith, 2005
10 Potential inclusions, Bird Hunter by Rick Bass, 2 copies, undated
11 Potential inclusions, Crossing the Plains with Bruno, by Annick Smith, 2 copies, undated
12 Potential inclusions, The Death of Jim Loney, excerpt, by James Welch, photocopies, undated
13 Potential inclusions, Don’t Fence Me In, by Jim Harrison, undated
14 Potential inclusions, Empire, by Richard Ford, undated
15 Potential inclusions, An Entire Heaven and an Entire Earth on the Northern Plains, by Dan Flores, 2 copies, undated
16 Potential inclusions, Far Point, William Kittredge, 3 copies, Jan. 15, 2007 and undated
17 Potential inclusions, [Fly fishing selections], by David James Duncan, undated
18 Potential inclusions, A Foal, by Thomas McGuane, including photocopies, undated
19 Potential inclusions, No Bastion, by James Galvin, undated
20 Potential inclusions, Plains, Prairies, and the Shining Mountains, by Peter Matthiessen, undated
21 Potential inclusions, poems by Richard Hugo, undated
22 Potential inclusions, A Summer Journal, by Gretel Ehrlich, undated
23 Four excerpts from a novel by David James Duncan, [2007?]
24 Introduction, Dedication, proposed revisions, 2007
25 Introduction, Dedication, Acknowledgements, June 20, 2007 and undated
26 On the American Prairie Foundation, July 2, 2007
27 On the Photographs, July 2, 2007
28 On the Photographs, 2 copies, undated
29 Preface, 4 copies, Dec. 12, 2005 and undated
30 Table of contents, [2007?]
31 Book proposal, correspondence, notes, selections, maps, 2005-2007 and undated
32 Correspondence with Authors, computer disk (removed, images printed), 2004-2007 and undated
33 Correspondence, notes, charts, 2003-2004 and undated
34 University of Nebraska Press, correspondence, contracts, 2006-2007 and undated
35 Permissions, 2006-2007

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Writing Down The River

box folder
3 36 Writing Down the River, book and correspondence, 1998-1999 and undated
37 Foreword, by Gretel Ehrlich, Oct. 1997

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Literary Production

box folder
4 1 An Alpine Dialog, in Summit, Spring 1995
2 Artists on Audubon, interview by Linda Peterson, 2003
3 At Home on the Range, in Audubon, March-April 1996
4 Begin With a River, typescript, notes, correspondence, 2003 and undated
5 The Best Last Place, in Big Sky Journal,, Summer 2000
6 The Blackfoot Years, in Outside,, April 1990
7 Blowouts and Moving Dunes, NEA applications, 1991-1994 and undated
8 Budapest’s Margaret Island, in Islands, June 1998
9 Camping in Montana, in New Choices, May 1991
10 Canada’s Castle in the Wild, in Traveling in Style,, May 14, 1995
11 Celebrating the Life of James Welch, 2003
12 Chicago Bound, in High Desert Journal, Fall 2007
13 Dead Calf, in Poetry Northwest, 2 copies, Spring 1978
14 Dreaming and Scheming, Never Content, review of Snow Mountain Passage by James D. Houston, 2001
15 Dreaming and Scheming, Never Content, review, in The World & I, Sept. 2001
16 Early Days, in Outside, Aug. 1990
17 Eugene Who Works with Clay, undated
18 Film proposals, 1985-1986
19 Fishing the Tundra, in Travel & Leisure, 2 copies, March 1994
20 Gleaning Wild Gardens, in Orion, Winter 2000
21 Grandmother Land, AWP Austin, March 2006
22 Grandmother Land, Jan. 29, 2005
23 [Grandmother Land], Finding Jessy, draft, 19 p., “Not fine with title”, [2004?]
24 [Grandmother Land], Finding Jessy, draft, 19 p., [2004?]
25 The Greenhorn Trail, in Outside, Aug. 1993
26 Home Waters, in Trout, Spring 2002
27 The Importance of Dunes, in Outside, July 1991
28 The Importance of Dunes, draft, correspondence, 2003
29 Interview, in Outside Missoula, Winter 2006-2007
30 It’s Come to This, in Award Winning Stories from Story, 1996
box folder
5 1 Letter to the editor, Missoulian, Sept. 2007
2 The Lost Land of Ka-Zar, manuscripts, comic book, 1968 and undated
3 Midstream: with Robert Redford, undated
4 Montana: Highway 200, in Washington, May-June 1989
5 National Pastimes, in Smart, May 1990
6 The Nature of Discovery, review of The Crown of Columbus, in The World & I, June 1991
7 Pablo Neruda’s Poetic House in the Sand, in The Sophisticated Traveler, May 9, 1999
8 Palo Duro Canyon, Texas, in Outside, July 1998
9 Paradise is no Game, 1999
10 Pictures of My Father, in Modern Maturity, Dec. 1992-Jan. 1993
11 Poetry for People in Missoula, Montana, in Poets & Writers, March-April, 1989
12 Poets, Prose and Moonlit Swims, in Montanan, Spring 1997
13 The Power of the River, in Audubon, March-April 1997
14 Renegade Spirits on Highway 3, in Outside, Aug. 1991
15 Report from Acting Director, in Montana Committee for the Humanities Newsletter and Annual Report, Winter 1986
16 Rites of Snow, 1993
17 The Rites of Snow, in Outside, Jan. 1993
18 Rites of Snow, excerpt, in Montana Writers’ Daybook, 1995
19 The River That Runs Through It, in Big Sky Journal, Summer 1994
20 Rolling to Ronda, in Outside, April 1994
21 Sacred Ground, manuscript, correspondence, 2001-2002 and undated
22 Sacred Ground, in Audubon, Jan. 2002
23 The Sands of Timelessness, in Audubon, May-June 2000
24 Scenic Drive: Sawtooth Loop, Idaho, in National Geographic Traveler, Jan.-Feb. 1995
25 Sculpting with Light: My Father, Stephen Deutch, undated
26 She Said, He Said, Annick Smith and William Kittredge: Arguing Over What Embodies Paradise is Par for the Course, in Modern Maturity, May-June 1996
27 Solstice, in High Country News, typescript, newsclippings, 2002-2003
28 Stay Wild, in Yes!, notes, newspaper clippings, 2004-2005
29 Summering Ground, in Big Sky Journal, Summer 2001
box folder
6 1 Three Ways of Walking/Dreaming the Blackfoot, Clark Fork Coalition Anthology, typescript, correspondence, Aug. 24, 2001
2 Three Ways to Ronda, undated
3 Travel pieces, New York Times, 1998-2000
4 Trickster is Us, in The World & I, Sept. 1990
5 The Two Frontiers of Mary Ronan, in Montana, Winter 1989
6 The Two Frontiers of Mary Ronan, undated
7 Up North Where Animals Are Not Dreams, Feb. 27, 2001
8 Virtue, in InterMountain Woman, June-July 1996
9 Virtue, correspondence, 2006
10 Whale Song, in Audubon, June 2001
11 The Whales are Singing, typescript, correspondence, 1999-2001
12 What We Leave Behind, photo-essay, Montana Museum, typescript, prints, notes, correspondence, 2002 and undated
13 Where Doors Open In: Richard Hugo, in Washington, centennial issue, Nov. 1988
14 Wilderness and the Good Life, 2 copies, correspondence, 2004
15 Woman of the World, version 3(?); Draft 4, correspondence, 1997
16 Women Making It Happen, interview, in InterMountain Woman, March-April 1997

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Literary Production, William Kittredge

box folder
6 17 Do You Hear Your Mother Talking?, in Harper’s, Feb. 1991
18 Old West, New West: Where Our Dreams Choose to Live, in Big Sky Journal, Spring 1994
19 Outgrowing Myths, in Humanities, Sept.-Oct. 2001
20 Owyhee Buckaroo, in Rocky Mountain Magazine, Sept.-Oct. 1980
21 Peaks and Valleys, in Travel & Leisure, March 1989
22 The Sagebrush Rebellion is a Bad Idea, editorial, in Rocky Mountain Magazine, Jan.-Feb. 1980
23 Salvation Through Storytelling, an interview in Orion Afield, Autumn 2001
24 A Saving Light, in Outside, Dec. 1991
25 Sixty Million Buffalo, in Rocky Mountain Magazine, Dec. 1979
26 When We Needed More, in Outside, May 1992

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Literary Production, Other Writers

box folder
7 1 The Attack Took More Than the Victims’ Lives, It Took Their Deaths, by Richard Ford, Sept. 11, 2001, also Baseball in Contemporary Art, flyer, 2003, 2001-2003
2 Desert of the Heart, by Karen Chamberlain, Oct. 5, 2005
3 A Woman’s Solo River Journey Through Grand Canyon, by Patricia McCairen, Dec. 22, 1997

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Magazines

box folder
7 4 Book, (contains article on Smith), March-April 2002
5 Connotations, Fall 1999
6 Marie Claire, French ed., (contains article on Smith), July 2001
7 Missoula.com Magazine, (contains article on Kittredge), Summer 2007
8 Montana Magazine, Sept.-Oct. 1990
9 Montana Woman, (contains article on Smith), March 1998
10 Montanan, (contains article on Smith), Spring 1989
11 Open Spaces, also notes, newspaper clipping, Winter 1998-1998
12 Organic Style, (contains article on Smith), Sept.-Oct. 2002
13 Outside, (contains article by Quammen), Nov. 1990
14 Outside, (contains article by Quammen), Dec. 1990
15 Outside, (contains article by Quammen), Jan. 1991
16 River, Sept. 1998
17 Rocky Mountain Magazine, May-June 1980
18 Sunset, May 1990
19 Time (contains article on Kittredge), Sept. 6, 1993
20 Travel & Leisure, May 1995
21 Trout, also brochures and newspaper clippings (brochures removed for flat storage), 2002

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Business and Organizational Materials

box folder
8 1 American Wilderness Campaign, 2004-2005 and undated
2 Arizona Book Festival, and Northern Arizona Book Festival, 2003 and undated
3 Arizona Press (includes manuscript The Invisible Distance, by Diane Comer), 2003
4 Aspen Writers Conference, 2006 and undated
5 Avon, Colorado, Public Library, 2004-2005
6 Bakeless Prize, 2003 and undated
7 Bitterroot National Forest, 2002-2003 and undated
8 Book jacket blurb requests, 2001-2005
9 Bread Loaf Writers Conference, 2006-2007
10 Building Community in the Rocky Mountain West, Nov. [2002]
11 Citizens for a Better Flathead, 2004 and undated
12 Claire/Kim menopause anthology, (Claire Davis, Kim Barnes), 2004-2005
13 Dump Bush Missoula, 2004 and undated
14 The Earth Charter, 2002 and undated
15 Ecological Imagination, Cambridge, [Mass.], 1998-2000 and undated
16 Environmental Studies, University of Montana, EVST Papers/Class, Spring, 2004
17 Environmental Studies, University of Montana, EVST visiting writer, Spring 2004
18 Fishtrap, July 7-14, 2002, 2002 and undated
19 Five Rivers Festival of Film, Montana, 1998-2001 and undated
20 Forest Service – Wilderness – Artist Program – Cabin, 1990-2005 and undated
21 Garden City Harvest, 2001 and undated
22 Great Falls Festival of the Book, 2006 and undated
23 H.G. Merriam Award, 1996
24 Hawaii, 1999-2001 and undated
25 Hawaii, Susan O’Connor PROP Foundation, 2000-2002 and undated
26 The Heekin Group Foundation, 1993-1996 and undated
27 Hugo House, James Welch Memorial, 2004 and undated
28 I-54, 2006 and undated
29 ‘Ike ‘Aina: a series for environmental writers in Hawaii, 2001-2002 and undated
30 International Wildlife Film Festival, April 2003, 2003 and undated
31 International Wildlife Film Festival, 2001-2002 and undated
32 John Hay Award, 2002
33 Key West Seminar, 2001-2002
box folder
9 1 The Land Institute, Salina, Kansas, 1998-1999 and undated
2 Leadership Missoula – Plum Creek – Ranch, 1996
3 Lost Horse Press, 2001 and undated
4 Lyons Press, correspondence, catalog, reviews, In This We Are Native, 1999-2004 and undated
5 Maggie Carey, documentary film, Sun Rive Women Homesteaders, 1999-2001
6 Milkweed, Minneapolis trip, Nov. 4 1999, 1999
7 Missoula Art Museum Renaissance Project, 2003-2005
8 Missoula Cultural Council Award, 2005
9 Montana Environmental Information Center, MEIC, 2002
10 Montana Festival of the Book, 2005 and undated
11 Montana Festival of the Book, 1999-2006 and undated
12 Montana Trout Unlimited, 2004 and undated
13 Montana Wilderness Association, talk, etc., 2000
14 Monte Dolack, 1999-2000
15 Monticello, University of Virginia, Jefferson, 2003-2004 and undated
16 Nature Conservancy, California, 2001 and undated
17 Nature Conservancy talk, 2000-2005 and undated
18 The New West Colloquy and Party, Nov. 2004
19 North Cascades Institute, 2004
20 Northwest Writing Legends, April 15, 2004
21 Orion – Hawaii – background literature, 2002 and undated
22 Orion – Hunters – Rahr Ranch, South Pine, 2001-2005 and undated
23 Orion – Maui – Hana, O’Connor, Writers Conference, 2000-2001 and undated
24 Orion – Writers – Hawaii, 2002 and undated
25 Orion Society, Fire and Grit, 1999-2001
26 Orion Society, Forgotten Language Tour, 2002
27 Orion Society, Forgotten Language Tour, Hawaii, 1999-2002
28 Orion Society, Voices of the Land, 2002-2003
29 Rachel Carson Centennial, Kennedy Library, 2007 and undated
30 A River Runs Through It, screening, Oct. 1, 1992
31 Rock Creek Alliance, Mine, 2000
32 Sun Valley Center, 2003
33 University of Montana, Montana Writers LIVE!, 2002-2004
34 University of North Dakota, Writing Nature, The Nature of Writing, 1996-1997
35 University of St. Thomas, Women/Environment, Oct. 19-20, 2001
36 University of Virginia, Brown College, 2002-2003 and undated
37 Utah State Tanner Symposium, Logan, Utah, 2002-2004
38 Watershed Conference, Library of Congress, 1996
39 Who’s Who, 2000-2005
40 Womens Voices for the Earth, 2003 and undated
41 Writers Voice, Billings, 2002
42 Yellowstone Institute, 2006

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Research Materials

box folder
10 1 Blackfoot Legacy, correspondence, reports, newsletters, 1998-2000
2 Blackfoot Legacy, Dick Creek Riparian and Wetland Restoration Project, fact sheets, notes, 1994-1996 and undated
3 Blackfoot Legacy, Economic Consequences of the McDonald Gold Mine, 1997
4 Blackfoot Legacy, McDonald Gold Project, Description of Economic Impact, Feb. 1997
5 Blackfoot Legacy, news articles, environmental assessments, newsletters, 1996-1999 and undated
6 Blackfoot Legacy, notes, minutes, reports, 1992-2000 and undated
7 Blackfoot Legacy, notes, newsletters, minutes, 1996-1999 and undated
8 Blackfoot Legacy, Social Impact Assessment of the McDonald Mine, 1998
9 Blackfoot Legacy, Summary of the Environmental Impact Statement for the Proposed Rocky Mountain Front Mineral Withdrawal, Sept. 2000
10 Clark Fork Pend Oreille Coalition, correspondence, news clippings, reports, 1996-1998 and undated
11 Colorado River in Grand Canyon: A Guide, by Larry Stevens, 1996
12 The Forest that Fish Built: Salmon, Timber, and People in Willapa Bay, by Richard Manning, Dec. 1996
13 Hana Ranch, Maui, 2002-2003 and undated
14 The Hungarian Revolution: Revolt Revisited, by C.C. Johnson; A Natural History of Destruction, by W.G. Sebald, 1984-2002
15 Montana watersheds and river ecosystems, 1990-1995 and undated
16 Montana watersheds and river ecosystems, 1993-1996 and undated
17 Restoring the River: A Plan for the Chinook Watershed, prepared by T.C. Dewberry, Sept. 1997

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Miscellaneous

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10 18 Deep in the Heart of Missoula, by William Kittredge, and, article about Kittredge, 2005
19 Missoula: The Town and the People, by Betty Wetzel, 1987
20 Warren Dunes State Park foot trails, 2001
21 Omi ‘Ohana makamae economic renewal program, Nov. 2002
22 Reunion, class of 1954, 1984

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Videocassettes

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11 1 The Great Bear, correspondence, information, 1985 and undated
2 Heartland, sales flyer, [1979?]
1 Art of the Wild, VHS, 57 minutes, 1996
2 The Black Foot Valley, VHS, undated
3 Circle of Song, Part I, The Real People Series, KSPS-TV, Annick Smith, producer, Umatic, 28 minutes, [1970s-1980s]
4 Circle of Song, Part II, The Real People Series, KSPS-TV, Annick Smith, producer, Umatic, 28 minutes, [1970s-1980s]
5 French Video on Montana, French film on western writers, VHS, undated
6 The Great Bear, sample tape, Umatic, 7 minutes, 1985
7 Heartland, Wilderness Women/Filmhouse, VHS, 95 minutes, 1979
8 Heartland, Thorn EMI Video, VHS, 95 minutes, 1979
9 Heartland, Sneak Previews, WTTW, Chicago, excerpts, Umatic, 15 minutes, Jan. 29, 1981
10 Kicking the Loose Gravel Home: Richard Hugo Portrait, by Annick Smith and Beth Chadwick, VHS, 56 minutes, 1976
11 Kicking the Loose Gravel Home: Richard Hugo film, VHS, 56 minutes, 1977
12 Kittredge/Smith, 04, 1/3, VHS, undated
13 The Last Best Place: Montana Myths, Umatic, Ampex 197 BCA-30, undated
14 Legend of the Stick Game, Real People Series, KSPS-TV, Annick Smith, producer, Umatic, [1970s-1980s]
15 Montana Centennial Memory: The Homesteading Era, VHS, 1989
16 Montana This Morning: Annick Smith, Montana Committee for the Humanities, VHS, 1994
17 New Filmmakers, Dub WNET, Umatic, Dec. 11, 1980
18 Writing Down the River, Kathleen Jo Ryan Productions, VHS, 2000

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Audio Cassettes

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12 1 Annick Smith on Conversations, Yellowstone Public Radio, 30 minutes, Nov. 13, 1996
2 Annick Smith interview with Lanthe Braughtigan, KRCB-FM, raw tape, Dec. 12, 2001
3 Fishtrap, closing, 1989
4 Homesteading, by Annick Smith, 1999
5 Inherit the Earth: An Evening of Music and Readings, Tape 1, July 14, 1993
6 Inherit the Earth: An Evening of Music and Readings, Tape 2, July 14, 1993
7 Interview with Annick Smith, Utah Public Radio, 24 minutes, June 11, 1995
8 KBLL Smart/Fox, H.B. 485, etc., June 1996
9 KBLL Smart/Fox, Water and Gold, Photos and Mines, Oct. 1996

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CDs/DVDs/Computer Disks

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12 10 Montana Mosaic: 20th Century People and Events, 2006
11 Save the Blackfoot: Vote NO on I147; four 30 second TV spots, Jan. 6, 2005
12 American Prairie Foundation, Geoffrey James TIFF images, Nov. 2004
13 Images, PowerPoint, Roman of the River, printed and in Box 1, folder 19, [2006]
14 MCC 2005 Cultural Achievement Awards, printed and in Box 9, folder 8, March 8, 2005
15 Yellow disk, no label, River Guide draft, printed and in Box 2, folder 49, 2002

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Film in A-V Vault

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13 1 Gubernatorial Candidate Dorothy Bradley, ad spots, Heads A Roll Sound, [1978]
2 Gubernatorial Candidate Dorothy Bradley, ad spots, Heads Sound B, [1978]
3 Gubernatorial Candidate Dorothy Bradley, ad spots, Heads, [1978]
4 Gubernatorial Candidate Dorothy Bradley, ad spots, Trims from spots used, [1978]
5 Gubernatorial Candidate Dorothy Bradley, ad spots, Dorothy Bradley, work print, [1978]
6 Gubernatorial Candidate Dorothy Bradley, ad spots, Bradley Political Spot, [1978]
7 Gubernatorial Candidate Dorothy Bradley, ad spots, Bradley Political Spot, Tail, [1978]
8 Notes and bag, 1978

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Photographs

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14 1 Aerial view of Maui, color, from Box 10, folder 13, undated
2 Native Bluestem Hay Meadow, Oklahoma, and 2 people with 4 dogs, from Box 1, folder 17, undated
3 People (1 of Smith), Christmas cards, from Box 1, folder 19, 1999 and undated
4 Richard Hugo, 5 b&w portraits, undated
5 Rick Bass children, 2 color photos, from Box 1, folders 2 and 3, 1997-2003
6 Screened porch, color, from Box 9, folder 23, undated
7 Smith, Kittredge, butterflies, Orion Society, Mexico, 2000, 5 color photos, from Box 9, folder 23, 2000

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Slides

box folder
14 8 Smith standing in a river, 1 slide, from Box 10, folder 15, undated

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Oversize

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15 1 Newspaper, Mon[t]ana Festival of the Book, from Box 10, folder 11, 2004
2 Newspaper, Montana Festival of the Book, from Box 9, folder 11, 2000
3 Newspaper, Montana Festival of the Book, 2001
4 Newspaper, High Plains Reader, from Box 9, folder 34, 1997
5 Newspaper, [Water] Matters, from Box 10, folder 1, 1996
6 Newspaper, Cascadia, Special Mining Issue, from Box 10, folder 5, June 1997
7 Newspaper, State begins review of Blackfoot mine proposal, from Box 10, folder 10, Winter 1996
8 Newspaper, Down to Earth, from Box 10, folder 16, Oct. 1993
9 Newspaper, Stranger, from Box 10, folder 5, April 10, 1997
10 Newspaper, Down to Earth, from Box 10, folder 5, March 1997
11 Newspaper, Trout Line, from Box 10, folder 5, Summer 1997
12 Newspaper, Entertainer, article on James Crumley, April 28-May 4, 1989
13 Newspaper, Missoulian Entertainer, Aug. 21, 1987
14 Newspaper, The Ritual of Writing, Aug. 16, 1985
15 Newspaper, Missoula Independent, and interview with William Kittredge, Dec. 11-17, 1992
16 Newspaper, Missoulian Entertainer, article about William Kittredge, July 10, 1987
17 Newspaper, Western Montana Explorer, Summer 1998
18 Newspaper, The Bloomsbury Review, July-Aug. 1991
19 Newspaper, American Poetry Review, 1976
20 Newspaper, Neon, Artcetera from the Nevada Arts Council, with story by Kittredge, Summer 2002
21 Newspaper, Affair with Words, Montana Festival of the Book, 2006
22 Newspaper, Missoulian Entertainer, Nov. 18-24, 1988
23 Newspaper, Down to Earth, from Box 8, folder 28, Aug. 2006
24 Newspaper, Spokane Women Face New Horizons, New Problems, March 31, 1976
25 Newspaper, USA Today, from Box 1, folder 20, Sept. 17, 2002
26 Newspaper, Citizens News, from Box 8, folder 11, March 2003
27 Newspaper, Water Facts, from Box 10, folder 5, [1995?]
28 Renaissance, Missoula Art Museum, from Box 9, folder 7, [2004?]
29 Water calendar, from Box 9, folder 23, 2004
30 Our California, Nature Conservancy, from Box 9, folder 16, Fall 2001
31 Monticello, brochure, from Box 9, folder 15, undated
32 Community in the Rocky Mountain West, from Box 8, folder 10, [2002]
33 In the Thoreau Tradition III, 1995
34 In This We Are Native, book-jacket, from Box 2, folder 39, 2001
35 Where the Waters Divide, book-jacket, from Box 8, folder 32, 1993
36 Mulberry Row, Monticello, brochure, from Box 9, folder 15, undated
37 Pavilion Gardens, University of Virginia, from Box 9, folder 15, 1998
38 Writing in Troubled Times, brochure, from Box 8, folder 18, 2002
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16 1 Poster, Heartland, 1979
2 Article, Montana as Writers’ Mecca, by Joseph Bourque, Montana Magazine, Feb. 1991
3 Renaissance, Missoula Art Museum, 2004
4 Article, Taking Liberties, by Ray Ring, High Country News, from Box 8, folder 28, July 24, 2006
5 Newspaper, film festival, from Entertainer, from Box 8, folder 19, Sept. 21-27, 2001
6 Map, Ecosystems on Lanai, from Box 9, folder 21, 1991
7 The Rotunda, University of Virginia, from Box 9, folder 15, 1998
8 A Visit to Thomas Jefferson’s Indian Hall at Monticello, from Box 9, folder 15, [2001?]
9 The Vegetable Garden, Monticello, from Box 9, folder 15, [2001?]
10 EWU Press proudly presents, from Box 9, folder 11, 2000
11 Sun Valley Center for the Arts, calendar, from Box 9, folder 32, 2002
12 Sun Valley Center for the Arts, calendar, from Box 9, folder 32, 2003
13 Montana Conservation Voters State Legislative Scorecard, from Box 10, folder 1, 1999
14 Mine Your Jewelry Box, from Box 10, folder 5, undated
15 Partners for Wildlife, from Box 10, folder 6, 1992
16 Wilderness: An Enduring Resource, from Box 8, folder 20, undated
17 The Earth Charter, from Box 8, folder 14, undated
18 Seasons of the Chinook Salmon, undated
19 Little White Salmon/Willard, 1994
20 Northern Arizona Book Festival, from Box 8, folder 2, 2003
21 Desert Botanical Garden Trail Map, undated
22 River Adventures U.S.A., from Box 3, folder 4, undated
23 In This We Are Native, book-jacket, from Box 2, folder 39, [2001?]
24 Aspen Summer Words Writing Retreat, from Box 8, folder 4, 2006
25 Growing a Prosperous Future, from Box 8, folder 11, 2002
26 The Earth Charter, from Box 8, folder 14, undated

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Oversize O.27.2.2

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O.27.2.2 1 Map, Bob Marshall, Great Bear, and Scapegoat Wilderness Complex, from Box 8, folder 20, 1990
2 Map, Hawaii, Visitor Information Publication, from Box 8, folder, 24, 2000
3 Map, Maui, Hawaii, illustrated pocket map, from Box 8, folder 24, 2000
4 Map, The Official Map of Maui, from Box 8, folder 24, 2001
5 Map, Maui Driving Map, from Box 8, folder 24, 2001
6 Map, University of Virginia, from Box 9, folder 15, 1999
7 Map, Yellowstone, 2004
8 Map, Aspen Picture Map, from Box 8, folder 4, 2006
9 Poster, James Welch, from Box 8, folder 27, 2004
10 Poster, AWP, Austin, from Box 4, folder 21, 2006
11 Poster, Premier Showing, Kicking the Loose Gravel Home, handmade poster, [1976?]
12 Brochure, Utah State University, from Box 9, folder 37, 2002

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