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Collection Summary

Identifier

UA 53.4

Title

N.E. Hansen Papers

Creator

N.E. (Niels Ebbesen) Hansen; Helen Hansen Loen (granddaughter)

Dates

1873-2004

Extent

6.43 linear feet (5 records center box, 1 oversize box) photographs, specimen

Language

English

Repository

South Dakota State University Archives and Special Collections, Hilton M. Briggs Library, Brookings, South Dakota.

Access note

This collection is open to researchers without restrictions. The materials in the Archives do not circulate and may be used in-house only.

Preferred Citation

Name of item . N.E. Hansen Papers. UA 53.4. South Dakota State University Archives and Special Collections, Hilton M .Briggs Library, Brookings, South Dakota.

Abstract

Niels Ebbesen Hansen (January 4, 1866 – October 5, 1950) was a Danish-American horticulturist and botanist who was a pioneer in plant breeding. This collection consists of articles and other materials written by Niels Hansen, during his time at South Dakota State College, as well as material gathered by Helen Hansen Loen, granddaughter of N.E. Hansen.

Historical Note

On January 4, 1866, Niels Ebbesen Hansen was born to Bodil Midtgaard and Andreas Hansen on a farm near Ribe, Denmark. His mother died when he was an infant. Andreas remarried, and with his second wife had two daughters, Helene and Kristine. The Hansen's left Denmark in 1872. They lived in New York and New Jersey for three years before migrating to Des Moines, Iowa in 1876. His father worked as a painter and is noted for his murals on the ceilings and walls of the new state house building in Des Moines.

As a boy, Hansen attended schools in New York and New Jersey but completed his education in Iowa. In March 1883, Niels enrolled at Iowa State College. He graduated with a BS degree in Horticulture in 1887. In 1895, he received his master's degree from the same college.

After graduation from college, Hansen went into commercial horticulture work. He worked for a year in Atlantic, Iowa and three years in Des Moines, Iowa. In 1895, Hansen came to South Dakota and became head of the Horticultural Department of South Dakota State College.

During his career, Hansen made eight world trips as an agricultural explorer. He searched for new grasses, fruits and other plants throughout Europe and Asia, including Siberia. He brought these plants back to America to raise or crossbreed with American varieties to produce a stronger plant. He was the originator of many new fruits, among them the Hansen hybrid plums. He is credited with the discovery and introduction of hardy Cossack alfalfa, crested wheat grass and brome grass. He developed larger apricots and plums by crossing native varieties with those he brought from Asia. He also developed pears without seeds and a rose to adorn farmyards. In 1949, a monument in recognition of Dr. Hansen and his contributions was erected on the campus of South Dakota State College.

Hansen was married twice. He married his first wife, Emma Elise Pammel on November 16, 1898. They had two children, Carl Andreas and Eva (Mrs. Dave Gilkerson). Emma died December 16, 1904. Three years later, he married Dora Sophie Pammel, his first wife's sister. The Dora died September 14, 1945.

Hansen was a member of the International Jury of Horticulture at the World's Fair in St. Louis, Missouri in 1904 and a United States delegate to the First International Congress of Genetics in London, England in 1906. He served as secretary of the South Dakota Horticultural Society for many years. Hansen was frequently referred to as "The Burbank of the Plains". He had been on the State College staff for 55 years and held the title of Professor Emeritus. Hansen died at the Brookings Hospital on October 5, 1950, after a long illness.

Arrangement

This collection is arranged into two series:

Series 1.SDSU collection

  • Sub-series 1. Addresses
  • Sub-series 2. Collected works
  • Sub-series 3. General material
  • Sub-series 4. Manuscripts
  • Sub-series 5. Notebooks
  • Sub-series 6. Photographs
  • Sub-series 7. Publications
  • Sub-series 8. SD Agricultural Experiment Station
  • Sub-series 9. Horticulture Department
  • Sub-series 10. Plant specimens

Series 2. Loen collection

  • Sub-series 1. Addresses
  • Sub-series 2. Clippings
  • Sub-series 3. Correspondence
  • Sub-series 4. Loen research
  • Sub-series 5. Travels
  • Sub-series 6. Manuscripts
  • Sub-series 7. Journals
  • Sub-series 8. Notebooks
  • Sub-series 9. Publications
  • Series 3. Photographs

Contents Note

This collection is composed of articles and other materials written by N.E. Hansen, including writings for the South Dakota Experiment Station in the form of bulletins and circulars. Includes notebooks and field records of some South Dakota Experiment Stations and early ledgers of the South Dakota Horticultural Society, for which Hansen acted as secretary. Also included is material donated by Helen Hansen Loen, granddaughter of N.E. Hansen. This material is composed of addresses, clippings, correspondence, journals, Loen Research, manuscripts, notebooks, publications, and travel material. Most of this material belonged to N.E. Hansen with the remainder being material collected by Ms. Loen for her written histories of her grandfather.

Series 1.SDSU collection.

This series is composed of addresses, collected works, SDSC Horticulture Department materials, manuscripts, notebooks, publications, SD Agricultural Experiment Station materials, and photographs.

The addresses are speeches given by Hansen at the South Dakota State Conservation and Development and Dry Farming Congress in 1911 and the International Congress of Genetics in Berlin, Germany in 1927.

The collected works consists of material collected by Hansen and includes reports on forests, sheep and forage crops. Also included are items filed as general. This material includes biographies written about Hansen, one of which is written in Danish and some material related to recognition of Hansen in 1949.

The manuscripts consist of articles written by Hansen on the subjects of alfalfa and the fine arts. The notebooks include planting records and field plot notations detailing where alfalfa, clover, grasses and grains were planted. These notebooks are dated from 1888 to 1913. The photographs consist mainly of images from travels to Siberia and Northern China in 1924. Also included are images of apples, sheep, and Hansen with trees. The photographs were removed from the collection and placed in the UA Photograph Archives for preservation. Ask staff for assistance with these items.

The publications consist mainly of SD Agricultural Experiment Station bulletins written by Hansen. Also included are some creative works by Hansen, poems written for Hobo Day and a copy of The Yellow and Blue, the South Dakota State College school song for which Hansen wrote the words.

The South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station material consists of field records for the Agronomy Department and cover mostly the Brookings experiment station, although a few have notes for the Highmore experiment station. This material is dated from 1915 to 1947.

The Horticulture Department material consists of ledgers, which contain records of individuals who joined the South Dakota Horticultural Society and a list of the free premiums they received, usually packets of seeds, and annual reports of the Society. Also included were miscellaneous items that were kept in the ledgers, which were removed and placed in a separate folder for conservation purposes. These ledgers are dates from 1908 to 1929.

The Plant Specimens were collected by Hansen on his travels as an agricultural explorer for the United States Department of Agriculture. He searched for hardy grasses, fruits, and other plants throughout Europe and Asia and brought them back to the United States to raise or crossbreed with American varieties to produce hardy plants. Each Specimen is mounted on an 11.5 x 16.5 inch herbarium sheet accompanied by a label printed in Russian in Cyrillic letter with hand-written notation in blank ink.

Series 2. Loen collection.

This series is composed of addresses, clippings, correspondence, journals, Loen Research, manuscripts, notebooks, publications, and travel material. The material is this series was collected by Helen Hansen Loen, granddaughter of N.E. Hansen. Most of the material belonged to N.E. Hansen with the remainder being material collected by Ms. Loen for her research.

The addresses are composed of speeches given by N.E. Hansen at various venues including the SD State Horticulture Society and the International Congress of Genetics in Berlin, Germany in 1927. This material is dates from 1905 to 1936.

The clippings consist of newspaper and magazine article clipping about N.E. Hansen. Topics include plant breeding, grapes, thornless roses, alfalfa, fruit, wheatgrass, and travels. Many of the articles are biographical.

The correspondence material is dated from 1873 to 1943. The bulk of this material is correspondence between N. E. Hansen and his father, Andreas. Also included is correspondence between family members, friends. and business associates Many of the letters, especially between Niels and his father, are in Danish. Ms. Loen had these letters translated. These translations are included with the original letters. Most of the material consists of original letters, envelopes (some of which are empty), translation transcripts, and notes by Helen Loen. Also included are postcards dated from 1913 from N.E. Hansen to his son Carl with Hansen traveled in Russia.

The journals were kept by N.E. Hansen and cover college and travel years. Included are loose notes, ephemera, financial statements, and business cards. Pressed leaves were found in the journal dates 1882-83. This material is dated between 1879 and 1922. The Loen Research material consists of material gathered by Helen Hansen Loen in compiling written histories of her grandfather, Niels Ebbesen Hansen. Included in this material is correspondence, genealogical research, N.E. Hansen biographical information; including his academic career at Iowa State College and his professional career at South Dakota State College.

The manuscripts consist mainly of original manuscripts written by N.E. Hansen. Included is an unpublished manuscript titled "Russia as Observed by an Agricultural Explorer," written between 1934 and 1937. This includes at least two copies of each page, some of which are handwritten, and some that are edited by cutting and taping. This material is arranged alphabetically by title. The unpublished manuscript "Russia as Observed by an Agricultural Explorer" is arranged by page number. This was done to allow researchers to see the evolution of Hansen's editing and to show the various topics covered by the manuscript.

The notebooks include miscellaneous notes on plants, a calendar of events, and course work while Hansen attended Iowa State College. This material is dated 1883 and 1908-1909.

The publications consist mainly of reprints of bulletins written for the SD Agricultural Experiment Station. Also included are reprints of other published articles and a copy of The Yellow and Blue, the South Dakota State College school song for which Hansen wrote the words. This material is dated between 1904 and 1947.

The travel material deals with Hansen's travels to Russia, Siberia, Central Asia, Turkestan, and Northern Africa. Included are maps, expenses, and a permit issued by Russia for Hansen in 1897. This material is dated between 1897.

Related Material

Publications by Hansen can be seen on Open PRAIRIE.

Photographs from this collection can be found on the Digital Library of South Dakota.

Key Words

Agricultural exploration

Alfalfa – Varieties

Botanical specimens

Bromegrasses -- Research

Crested Wheatgrass -- Research

Flowers -- Varieties -- South Dakota

Fruit -- Varieties -- South Dakota

Fruit-culture -- Research

Hansen, N. E. (Niels Ebbesen), 1866-1950

Plant introduction -- South Dakota

Plant introduction -- United States

Plants -- South Dakota

Plants -- United States

South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station

South Dakota Horticultural Society

South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts – Faculty

Trees -- South Dakota

Container List

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N.E. Hansen Papers Container List. UA 53.4

SeriesBoxFolderDescriptionDate(s)
1.  SDSU Collection: Addresses11Hardy alfalfa's for northern prairies (State Conservation and Development and Dry Farming Congress)1911
1.  SDSU Collection: Addresses13Our forests: what they are and what they mean to us, by Charles E. Randall and Maria Foote Heisley1944
1.  SDSU Collection: Addresses12Relative value of homozygous and heterozygous parents in the breeding of the apple, plum cherry, grape and other fruits (International Congress of Genetics, Berlin)1927
1.  SDSU Collection: Collected Works14Preliminary report on the fringed tape worm of sheep, by E.L. Moore1903
1.  SDSU Collection: Collected Works15Report of forage crop investigations conducted by the Bureau of Plant Industry at Redfield, SD, by Samuel Garver1914
1.  SDSU Collection: General Material16Biographies1950-1951, 1990
1.  SDSU Collection: General Material17Recognition1949
1.  SDSU Collection: Horticulture Department27Alfalfa orders - Ledger1915-1918
1.  SDSU Collection: Horticulture Department28Loose items from ledgers1914-1929
1.  SDSU Collection: Horticulture Department29Memberships - Ledger1912-1918 circa
1.  SDSU Collection: Horticulture Department210Order book - Ledger1920-1922
1.  SDSU Collection: Horticulture Department211Plants sent out - Ledger1908-1914
1.  SDSU Collection: Horticulture Department212Register for alfalfa seed - Ledger1914
1.  SDSU Collection: Horticulture Department213SD State Horticultural Society - Ledger1909-1912
1.  SDSU Collection: Manuscripts18Alfalfa dictaform1931
1.  SDSU Collection: Manuscripts19Fine Arts1933
1.  SDSU Collection: Notebooks110Alfalfa and clovers plat: Book 11907
1.  SDSU Collection: Notebooks111Alfalfa and clovers plat: Book 21908
1.  SDSU Collection: Notebooks112Alfalfa book1913
1.  SDSU Collection: Notebooks113Alfalfa's: 1911-M-1-tc1911
1.  SDSU Collection: Notebooks114Grasses for 1888 and 9: Grains for 19881888-1889
1.  SDSU Collection: Notebooks115Grasses, clovers and forage1897
1.  SDSU Collection: Notebooks116Plot planting records1906
1.  SDSU Collection: Photographs117Bulk of photographs are from Hansen's 1924 tour of Siberia, N. China, Korea. Remainder are of a 1912 SD AES exhibit, SDSU crop shows, Hansen apples, and tailless sheep (UA 53.4.1-0001 to UA 53.4.1-0143)1912-1924
1.  SDSU Collection: Plant Specimens71Aceraceae Neck. Acer Ginnala Max. Plant specimen from the maple family [UA053-04-3D-0001]1924 June 10
1.  SDSU Collection: Plant Specimens71Aceraceae Neck. Acer Mairunduense ? et Mey. Plant specimen from the maple family [UA053-04-3D-0002]1924 June 2
1.  SDSU Collection: Plant Specimens71Aceraceae Neck. Acer Mons Max. Plant specimen from the maple family [UA053-04-3D-0003]1924 March 26
1.  SDSU Collection: Plant Specimens71Aceraceae Neck. Acer Tomentosum Max. Plant specimen from the maple family [UA053-04-3D-0004]1924 March 25
1.  SDSU Collection: Plant Specimens72Caprifoliaceae Vent. Lonicera edulis Turcr. Plant specimen from the honeysuckle family [UA053-04-3D-0005]1924 March 30
1.  SDSU Collection: Plant Specimens73Caprifoliaceae Vent. Lonicera Maackii Turcr. Plant specimen from the honeysuckle family [UA053-04-3D-0006]19254 June 11
1.  SDSU Collection: Plant Specimens74Pinus pungens, also called Table Mountain Pine, hickory pine, prickly pine or mountain pine. This small pine is native to the Appalachian Mountains in the United States. Plant specimen collected by C.S. Sargent, 1912, first director of the Arnold Arboretum, Herbarium of Iowa College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Ames, Iowa [UA053-04-3D-0007]1912 March 22
1.  SDSU Collection: Plant Specimens75Primulaceae Vent. Primula. [UA053-04-3D-0008]1924 March 27
1.  SDSU Collection: Plant Specimens712Prunus persica. Dbl. fl. Peach. Kaises VII. [UA053-04-3D-0016]1907 October 11
1.  SDSU Collection: Plant Specimens78Rosaceae B. Juss. Micromeles alnifolia Koehne [UA053-04-3D-0011]1924 June 2
1.  SDSU Collection: Plant Specimens712Rosaceae B. Juss. Prunus padus L. [UA053-03-3D-0016]1924 March 26
1.  SDSU Collection: Plant Specimens712Rosaceae B. Juss. Pyrus ussuriensis Max =P. Sinensis Lindl.  [UA053-04-3D-0015]1924 March 26
1.  SDSU Collection: Plant Specimens76Rosaceae B. Juss. Spirea Chamaedrifolia L. Common name germander meadowsweet or elm-leaved spirea [UA053-04-3D-0009]1924 June 2
1.  SDSU Collection: Plant Specimens77Rosaceae B. Juss. Spirea Chamaedrifolia L. Common name germander meadowsweet or elm-leaved spirea [UA053-04-3D-0010]1924 March 31
1.  SDSU Collection: Plant Specimens710Rosaceae B. Juss. Spirea media Schmidt [UA053-04-3D-0013]1924 March 30
1.  SDSU Collection: Plant Specimens79Saxifragaceae Dumort. Deutzia parviflora Bunge [UA053-04-3D-0012]1924 June 7
1.  SDSU Collection: Plant Specimens711Saxofragaceae Dumort. Ribes manshuricum (Max.) Kom [UA053-04-3D-0014]1924 March 25
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications141(1.) Plants for Dry Western Uplands (2.) Some New Hybrid Plums (3.) $50 in Prizes (SD State Horticultural Society)1916
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications142(1.) Plants for Dry Western Uplands (2.) Some New Hybrid Plums (SD State Horticultural Society1914
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications119Breeding hardy fruits (Bulletin 88 - SD AES)1904
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications120Co-operative tests in 1904 of peas, beans, sweet corn and cabbage (Bulletin 91 - SD AES)1905
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications121Co-operative tests of alfalfa from Siberia and European Russia (Bulletin 141 - SD AES)1913
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications122Early garden peas (Buletin 85 - SD AES)1904
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications123Elements of prairie horticulture (Bulletin 81 - SD AES)1903
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications124Evergreens for South Dakota (Bulletin 102 - SD AES)1907
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications125Evergreens in South Dakota (Bulletin 254 - SD AES)1930
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications126Experiments in plant heredity (Bulletin 237 - SD AES)1929
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications127Flowers every day in the year (Bulletin 208 - SD AES)1924
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications128Fruit list of the South Dakota State Horticulture1923
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications129Fruit stocks where the mercury freezes (International Horticultural Congress, London)1930
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications130Hardy roses for South Dakota (Bulletin 240 - SD AES)1929
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications131List of Experiment Station bulletins by Hansen1897-1949
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications132New hardy fruits for the Northwest (Bulletin 229 - SD AES)1940
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications133Northern novelties for  (Department of Horticuture, SDSC)1919-1926
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications134Northern novelties for  (Department of Horticuture, SDSC)1930-1934
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications135Northern novelties for  (Department of Horticuture, SDSC)1936-1939
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications136Northern novelties for  (Department of Horticuture, SDSC)1940-1942
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications137Northern novelties for (SD State Horticultural Society newsletters)1927-1929
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications138Northern plant novelties for 1944 (Pamphlet #29 - SD AES)1944
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications118Northern plant novelties for 1945 (Pamphlet #34 - SD AES)1946
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications139Ornamental trees of South Dakota (Bulletin 260 - SD AES)1931
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications140Plant introductions (Bulletin 224 - SD AES)1927
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications143Plums in South Dakota (Bulletin 93 - SD AES)1905
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications144Progress in plant breeding (Bulletin 159 - SD AES)1915
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications145Proso and baoliang as table foods (Bulletin 158 - SD AES)1915
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications146Questions and answers on fruit culture (Circular 35 - SD AES)1941
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications147Shade, windbreak and timber trees on South Dakota (Bulletin 246 - SD AES)1930
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications149Some new fruits: Some new alfalfa's (Dept. of Horticulture, SDSC)1907-1908, 1910-1913, 1917-1918
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications150Souvenir of Hobo Day - Poems by N. E. Hansen1923
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications151Subsoiling (Bulletin 54 - SD AES)1897
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications148The Shrubs and climbing vines of South Dakota (Bulletin 263 - SD AES)1931
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications152Transplanting alfalfa (Bulletin 167 - SD AES)1916
1.  SDSU Collection: Publications153Yellow and Blue, Stanza by N.E. Hansen (SDSC School Song)1908
1.  SDSU Collection: South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station154Agronomy Department field records1915-1916
1.  SDSU Collection: South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station155Agronomy Department field records1940
1.  SDSU Collection: South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station156Agronomy Department field records1941
1.  SDSU Collection: South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station157Agronomy Department field records1942
1.  SDSU Collection: South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station21Agronomy Department field records1943
1.  SDSU Collection: South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station22Agronomy Department field records1944
1.  SDSU Collection: South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station23Agronomy Department field records1945
1.  SDSU Collection: South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station24Agronomy Department field records1946
1.  SDSU Collection: South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station25Agronomy Department field records: Forage crops, legumes-Brookings1947
1.  SDSU Collection: South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station26Agronomy Department field records: Legumes-Highmore1947
2.  Loen Collection: Addresses311923 Plant Collection Tours to Manitoba and Saskatchewan (1923 Canada Trip)1924
2.  Loen Collection: Addresses32Apples at $5.00 per Bushel1917
2.  Loen Collection: Addresses33Beautifying the home grounds1928
2.  Loen Collection: Addresses34Breeding hardy raspberries for the northwest1905
2.  Loen Collection: Addresses35Breeding mildew-resistant sand cherries and roses1905
2.  Loen Collection: Addresses36Breeding northern fruits1905
2.  Loen Collection: Addresses37Breeding of cold-resistant fruits1906
2.  Loen Collection: Addresses38Horticulture program for South Dakota1936
2.  Loen Collection: Addresses39North Pole of pears: 1924 search for hardy pears1925
2.  Loen Collection: Addresses310Northern circumpolar work in horticulture (1918-19 Canada Trips)1918-1919
2.  Loen Collection: Addresses311Notes on a 1930 tour to Europe1931
2.  Loen Collection: Addresses312Notes on fruit breeding1905
2.  Loen Collection: Addresses313Pomology Arboretum1920
2.  Loen Collection: Addresses314President's (valedictory) address to the South Dakota State Horticultural Society1932
2.  Loen Collection: Addresses315Recent developments in agriculture and horticulture in America and Russia1935
2.  Loen Collection: Addresses316Relation to Horticulture to the National Recovery Program1934
2.  Loen Collection: Addresses317Top-working apple trees1911
2.  Loen Collection: Addresses318What South Dakota needsundated
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings319Agricultural Explorer (Daily Argus-Leader, August 4, 1948, pp. 4)1948
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings320Alfalfa (American Scientist, May-June 2001, vol. 89, pp. 252-261)2001
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings321Arborist Award Given (Brookings Daily Register, May 4, 1989, pp. 1-2)1989
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings322Article: The State Register editorially recommends the election of Prof. N.E. Hansen  (Ames Intelligencer, vol. 30, no. 14, July 21, 1898)1898
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings323Blooming Prairie (State, vol. 89, no. 2, Summer 2000, p. 6-9)2000
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings324Burbank of the Plains (Country Gentlemen, December 1940, pp. 11-55)1940
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings325Burbank of the Plains foresees new midwest (Sioux City Sunday Journal)1947
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings326Contributions of Dr. Hansen outstanding (Daily Argus-Leader, pp. 3)1947
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings327Dakota's First Citizen (Argus-Leader)1950
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings328Dodging bullets for seedlings (South Dakota Magazine, p. 37-38)1987
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings329Dr. Hansen off on Siberian trip (Brookings Register)1924
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings330Dr. Hansen visited noted botanical gardens in Europe and United States (Brookings Register)1930
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings331Dr. Hansen, famed horticulturalist explains plant, fruit reproduction (Aberdeen Morning American)1938
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings332Dr. N.E. Hansen is given honor medal at Ames (Brookings County Press)1944
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings333Early South Dakota plant explorer (by Ronald M. Peterson, Ag. Exp. Sta.)1972
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings334Experiments of S. Dakota Burbank cover wide field (Minneapolis Journal)1936
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings335Explorer honored for his wheat grass (Des Moines Sunday Register)1942
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings336Explorer returns (The Daily News: San Francisco, vol. 8, no. 55)1906
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings337Folks not afraid of an idea (Better Homes and Gardens, pp. 34-35)1925
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings338Forgotten Russian alfalfas may boost great plains meat supply (unknown)1948
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings339Founding Farmer (Argus-Leader, pp. 1B, 4B)1987
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings340Fruit culture and gardening interest gains (Daily Argus-Leader)1938
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings341Fruit of the Vine (SD Magazine, pp. 64-67()2002
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings342Grape growers have a language of their own (Farm and Home Research, vol. 52, no. 3, pp. 13-19)2001
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings343Hansen honored for 60 years spent in horticultural work (unknown)1944
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings344Hansen named seed explorer by author of magazine article (SDSU Collegian)1944
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings345Hansen symbol a thornless rose (Brookings Daily Register, pp. 12B)1979
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings346Hansen, South Dakota professor, seeks the perfect rose (Des Moines Tribune, pp. 8)1936
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings347His plants transformed the plains (Coronet, pp. 58-60)1949
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings348Improving Prairie plant lift (Farm Forum, pp. 69F)2001
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings349Intersting People (unknown)1923-1924
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings350Items of local interest (Brookings Register)1897
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings351John Beatty articles (Brookings Register)1992
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings352Man and his rose (Capper's Farmer, pp. 24)1943
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings353Many strains of fruits, vegetables developed by Horticulture Department (Collegian)1966
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings354N.E. Hansen's contributions to alfalfa breeding in North America (Bulletin 665 - SD AES)1979
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings358Neils Hansen, grand old man of State, has many diverse talents (SD Collegian)1948
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings355New book of rose describes work of late Dr. Hansen (Brookings Register)undated
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings356New manchu aprocots (Country Gentlemen, pp. 94)1938
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings357New peony, thornless rose exhibited (Argus-Leader)1939
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings359North Pole of alfalfa (The Outlook by Wm. Paul Kirkwood)1910
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings360Orchards, like barns, need sound foundation (unknown)1953
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings361Permanent home for historical collection (unknown, post-retirement)undated
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings362Robertson Memorial Award (North Dakota/South Dakota Horticulture, pp. 136-137)1946
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings364Russian system (Daily Argus-Leader)1946
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings365S. Dak. Fruit trees grown throughout the world (Armour Chronicle)undated
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings366Scientist (illegible) world for plants for great plains (Minneapolis-Tribune ?)1949
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings367Scientist, 80, still seeks new plants (Minneapolis Tribune)1946
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings368State College drops fruit breeding research project (unknown)1960
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings369State Extension Advisory Board meeting1962
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings363The romantic story of a scientist (The World's Work, by Wm. Paul Kirkwood)1908
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings370Tribute to South Dakota plant expert, almost as remowned as Luther Burbank (Sioux City Journal)1941
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings371Uncle Sam's valiant plant-hunters (Reader's Digest, pp. 94-96)1944
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings372Untitled articles1962, undated
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings373Virginia Safford - interview with N.E. Hansen (Minneapolis Star, pp. 24)1947
2.  Loen Collection: Clippings374We are seeing American west and northwest (Kansas Farmer)1951
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence375Chronology of letters 1873-1895undated
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence377Correspondence1873
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence378Correspondence1877
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence379Correspondence1878
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence380Correspondence1879
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence381Correspondence1880
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence382Correspondence1882
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence383Correspondence1883
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence384Correspondence1884
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence385Correspondence1885
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence386Correspondence1886
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence387Correspondence1887
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence388Correspondence1888
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence389Correspondence1889
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence390Correspondence1890
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence391Correspondence1891
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence392Correspondence1892
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence393Correspondence1893
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence394Correspondence1894
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence396Correspondence1894
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence395Correspondence1895
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence397Correspondence1898
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence398Correspondence1899
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence399Correspondence1900
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3100Correspondence1901
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3101Correspondence1902
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3102Correspondence1903
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3103Correspondence1904
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3104Correspondence1905
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3105Correspondence1906
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3106Correspondence1907
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3107Correspondence1908
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3108Correspondence1909
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3109Correspondence1910
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3110Correspondence1911
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3111Correspondence1912
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3112Correspondence1913
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3113Correspondence1914
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3114Correspondence1915
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3115Correspondence1916
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3116Correspondence1917
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3117Correspondence1918
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3118Correspondence1919
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3119Correspondence1921
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3120Correspondence1922
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3121Correspondence1923
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3122Correspondence1924
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3123Correspondence1925
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3124Correspondence1926
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3125Correspondence1927
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3126Correspondence1930
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3127Correspondence1934
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3128Correspondence1939
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence3129Correspondence1943
2.  Loen Collection: Correspondence376Correspondenceundated
2.  Loen Collection: Journals558Journal1879-1881
2.  Loen Collection: Journals559Journal1882-1883
2.  Loen Collection: Journals560Journal1884-1892
2.  Loen Collection: Journals561Journal1908
2.  Loen Collection: Journals562Journal1913
2.  Loen Collection: Journals563Journal1913, 1922
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3130Agricultural Heritage Museum inventory1995
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3131Awards received by Niels E. Hansen1895-1995, undated
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3132Biography and genealogy master index (Ancestry.com search - N.E. Hansen)2002
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3133Bueiness card (SDSC)undated
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3134Challenge State (unknown, pp. 346-349)undated
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3135Correspondence1987-2003
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3136Dedication of Hansen Hall SDSU1967
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3137Dedication of Hansen Memorial at SD State College1949
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3138Eminent Horticulturalist: Niels Ebbesen Hansen, by John E. Miller (South Dakota Leaders, USD Press)1989
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3139Ephemera1884, undated
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3140From Prairie to Prominence: a brief history of Iowa State University (web page, pp. 1-5)1999
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3141George Eashington Carver frields and colleagues1999
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3142History of the Iowa State College, by Earle D. Ross, pp. 211-214 (photocopy)1942
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3143Iowa Congressional Districts (maps)1884
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3144Iowa State College alumni merit award1942
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3145Iowa State College Alumnus1909, 1911, 1913, 1924
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3146Louis H. Pammel1923
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3147Lysenko, T.D.1967-1968, 1975
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3148Minnetonka Story, by Blanche Nichols Wilson, pp.. 151-1541950
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3149N.E. Hansen Lecture Series poster2000
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3150Niels Ebbesen Hansen biography (History of South Dakota, by Doan Robinson, vol. 2, pp. 1436-1437 - via Rootsweb.com)1904
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3151Niels Ebbesen Hansen, 1866-1950 (Nature's World)1951
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3152Photographs - N.E. Hansen Memorial Garden at McCrory Gardens, SDSC (UA 53.4.2-0001 to UA 53.4.2-0014)1934, 1939
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3153Plant introductions of Niels Ebbesen Hansen 1898-1946, compiled by Helen Hansen Loen)2004
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3154Prairie planter (Both Sides of the River, SD Writers Project, pp. 83-92)1942
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3155Prof. N.E. Hansen (biography) (Who's Who in South Dakota, vol. 4, pp. 168-174)1923
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3156SD State College Alumnus (vol. 41, no. 6)1951
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3157SDSU Faculty publicationsundated
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3158SDSU Faculty record1927-1928, 1930
2.  Loen Collection: Loen Research3159USDA Hansen Project1990
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts441906 Tour to Siberia1906
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts45Action program for horticulture in wartime1941
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts46Anoka apple the earliest bearerundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts47Apple insects: sprays or bounties?1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts48Better fur from rabbitsundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts49Blackberries and dewberriesundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts410Breaking new trails in fruitsundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts411Breeding hardy fruits and ornamentals1943
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts412Breeding hardy ornamental trees and shrubsundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts413Bud-spots or Somatic mutations in plantsundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts414Caragana: The great hedge plant for the northwest1922
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts415Collecting hardy pears among the Hunghuitzi band1924
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts416Conservation of Game1934
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts417Controlling the sap flow in plants1940
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts418Crested wheat grassundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts419Crossbred poultryundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts420Developing the wild flowersundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts421Disease resistant elms1936
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts422Don't let seed corn freezeundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts423Drying and canning of vegetables and fruits1917
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts424Early work in America (grapes)undated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts425Earthquake at Straits of Messina1908-1909
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts426Eat an apple every dayundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts427Five hardy nursery understocks for fruitsundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts428Four Hundred and Fifty Yearsundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts429Fragrant plums1940
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts430Future of American wild crabappleundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts431Giant melons of Turkestanundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts432Gigantic grape of Eshcolundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts433Gitniak or crested wheat grass1933-1934
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts434Golden horseundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts435Gooseberriesundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts436Grains and forage plantsundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts437Grains and forage plants (partial manuscript)undated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts438Grape sausages from the Land of Noah's Arkundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts439Grapes hardy without winter protection1944
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts440Grapes of Turkestanundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts441Hard wheats from Russia (Help in the battle for bread)undated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts442Hedge plant from Siberia1917
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts443History of American and Russian applesundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts444History of the fat rumped sheep of Siberiaundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts445Imparting Jonathan apple flavor to Siberian crabapples1944
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts446Improving the great plains region by shelter belt plantingundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts447Improving the Native American Crabappleundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts41Index (Helen Loen)undated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts42Index (N.E. Hansen)undated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts43Index (N.E. Hansen) Russian grasses, grains and livestock of value to American and agricultural explorations on four continentsundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts448Indians used rose-hips1943
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts449Indians used wild crabapplesundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts450Insects or manundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts451International applesundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts452Joseph Lancaster Budd1904, 1920
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts453Large Seedless Grapesundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts454Largest grapes in the worldundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts455Latin names for plants and fruitsundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts456Livestock in many countriesundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts457Making jam the year aroundundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts458My 1922 plant-collection tour among the moose hunters of northern Manitoba and Saskatchewan1922
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts459National tree sanitation serviceundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts460New fruits1939
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts461New hardy red-flowered perennial1946
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts462New nature studyundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts463North Pole of apricots (Apricots from fifty degrees below zero, 1924)1938
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts464Old world grapes at homeundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts465Old world grapes in Europeundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts466On the ancient trail of the Holy Land grape and the mammouth melons to Turkestanundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts467Origin of fruitsundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts468Originating and importing hardy plants for South Dakota1939
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts469Partial manuscript on graftingundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts470Pomegranatesundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts471Proso: The grain the saved Russia from famine1933
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts472Rabbits in Americaundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts473Raspberries for the Northundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts474Red all-winter crabappleundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts475Red apples with red flesh and red flowers - changing the color scheme in apples1935
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts476Regional planning1933
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts477Review of fruit growing in South Dakota, the present and the future1938
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts478Rexing the rabbits1930
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts479Rose debate1926
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts480Ruining spruce trees in the cemetery1922
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts494Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 100 - Collective farming compelled by American tractor and combine1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts495Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 101-109 - Farming ownership increasingly impossible1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts496Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 110-111 - Small farming means poverty1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts497Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 112-114 - Eradicating capitalism from farms1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts498Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 115-118 - The private and public ownership of land1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts499Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 119-121 - The Triugolnik or Soviet Triangle1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4100Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 122 - The necessity of speeding-up1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4101Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 123 - American efficiency respected by Russia1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4102Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 124 - Private employment is exploitation1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4103Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 125 - Joint ownership is not Communism1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4104Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 126 - Bolshevism1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4105Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 127 - The Soviet Triangle1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4106Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 128 - Treason against the State1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4107Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 129-131 - The richest prize in all history1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4108Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 132 - The supreme authority in the Soviet Union1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4109Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 133-139 - Some Soviet leaders1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4110Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 140-143 - Notes on the collectivization of agriculture1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4111Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 144-145 - Stalin defines Communism1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4112Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 146-150 - The retreat from Communism1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4113Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 151 - Why Trotsky was banished1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4114Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 152-153 - Pure Communism an impossible idea1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4115Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 154 - Hope and enthusiasm1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4116Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 155 - Contract farming1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4117Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 156 - Storing grain against famine1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4118Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 157 - The effect of quotas1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4119Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 158 - The artificial insemination of livestock1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4120Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 159-161 - Millions of rubies from new breeds of live stock1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4121Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 162 - The housing problem1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4122Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 163-165 - Subsistence homesteads a reversion of the Middle Ages1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4123Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 166 - Artels of Artisans1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4124Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 167-180 - The trade unions1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4125Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 171 - The wall newspaper1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4126Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 172 - Practical psychology in industry1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4127Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 173 - The workers back to the New Deal1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4128Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 174 - Speeding-up not Russian1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4129Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 175-178 - Pensions and trade unions1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4130Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 179 - Plenty of work - No charity1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4131Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 180 - Vacation for the workers1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4132Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 181-182 - Wanted: One billion dollars worth of American goods1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4133Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 183 - New models, not standarization1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4134Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 184 - New factories1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4135Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 185 - The Ors System in Siberia1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4136Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 186 - Hand labor versus machines1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4137Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 187-189 - High profits or production at cost1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4138Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 190-191 - Speeding-up systems1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4139Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 192 - Efficient managers and stuffed shirts1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4140Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 193 - Anarchy in production1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4141Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 194 - The need for more machinery1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4142Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 195-197 - Unemployment in unnecessary1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4143Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 198 - Shortage of skilled labor1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4144Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 199 - New industries1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4145Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 200 - Bricklayers1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4146Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 201 - Bakeries1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4147Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 202-204 - More babies wanted1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4148Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 205 - Children1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4149Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 206-207 - Aid to students1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4150Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 208 - The wild boys of Russia1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4151Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 209 - Pioneers and consomols1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4152Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 210-211 - Children's school gardens1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4153Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 212 - Women soldiers1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4154Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 213 - The housing problem1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4155Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 214 - All home mortgages canceled1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4156Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 215-218 - Religion in the Soviet Union1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4157Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 219-220 - The revolution and the church1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4158Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 221 - Combatting (sic) famine1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4159Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 222 - Public health a function of the State1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4160Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 223-224 - The fine arts1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4161Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 225 - Nationalize the theatre and opera1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4162Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 226 - A great Kino: The first brigade1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4163Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 227-229 - Newspapers1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4164Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 230 - Writers and inventors1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4165Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 231 - The scientists must help1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4166Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 232 - Science in Moscow1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4167Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 233-235 - The public parks1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4168Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 236 - The postal service1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4169Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 237 - National minorities1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4170Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 238 - State loans and gold1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4171Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 239-240 - Soviet money1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4172Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 241 - Double-tracking the Siberian Railway1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4173Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 242-243 - The increase in production1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4174Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 244 - The Agricultural College at Moscow1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4175Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 245 - Plant explorations1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4176Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 246 - Besadas or public conferences1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4177Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 247 - Increase in stock raising1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4178Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 248 - 30,000 varieties of wheat1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4179Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 249-253 - A perennial wheat1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4180Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 254-256 - I.V. Michurin, premier fruit breeder of the Soviet Union1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4181Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 257-258 - Stalin as a leader1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4182Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 259 - Foreign plant introductions at Michurinsk1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4183Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 260-261 - The geographical limits of the Siberian crabapple1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4184Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 262 - Fruits in the south1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4185Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 263 - A new potato culture1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4186Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 264 - Sweet lupines1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4187Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 265 - Sugar beets1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4188Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 266 - The future of the cotton industry1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4189Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 267 - A disease-resistant elm1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4190Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 268 - Cork and rubber1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4191Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 269 - Hemp and native rubber plants1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4192Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 270 - Cucumbers1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4193Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 271-272 - Soy bean milk1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4194Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 273 - Perfume farms1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4195Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 274 - Camel's thorn1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4196Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 275 - Soft drinks1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4197Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 276 - Black currants and rice1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4198Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 277 - The vitamin laboratory1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4199Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 278 - Wine made from currants1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4200Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 279 - Bread1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4201Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 280 - Honey1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4202Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 281 - Irrigation vs. drouths (sic)1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4203Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 282 - Providing steady employment1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4204Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 283 - Anthracite coal in Siberia1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4205Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 284 - A tractor factory1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4206Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 285 - Tea rooms1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4207Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 286 - Resistance to new ideas1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4208Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 287 - Learning languages by phonograph1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4209Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 288 - A canal to the Arctic Ocean1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4210Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 289-290 - Austria and Germany1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4211Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 291-292 - Kakutians visit Moscow1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4212Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 293-294 - The Tartar Republic1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4213Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 295-296 - Sverdovsk in the Ural Mountains1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4214Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 297 - Barbar shops1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4215Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 298 - Candies1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4216Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 299 - Pipe lines1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4217Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 300-301 - Some Siberian towns1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4218Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 302 - Lake Baikal1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4219Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 303-304 - The war danger in east Siberia1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4220Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 305-306 - The Red Army1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4221Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 307 - Two revolutions: French and Russian1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4222Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 308 - The red flag newspapers1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4223Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 309 - The danger of intervention1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4224Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 310 - Why old Russian was defeated1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4225Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 311 - The Red Army in Siberia1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4226Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 312 - The problem of electricity1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4227Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 313-315 - Will Asia turn from pink to red?1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts482Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 47-58 - The farm situation in Soviet Russia1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts483Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 59-71 - The Commune1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts484Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 72-77 - The Sovhoz a social unit1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts485Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 78 - Control over seed sowing1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts486Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 79 - Bringing in the grain rent1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts487Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 80-87 - The doleful dodo in the limbo of the lost1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts488Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 88 - The milk problem1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts489Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 89 - The Kulak and enemy of the government1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts490Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 90-92 - Farm collectivization must be voluntary1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts491Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 93-97 - The Kulak Civil War1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts492Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 98 - Stalin's address to collective farmers1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts493Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. 99 - The forgotten man1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts481Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: pp. Title page, forward1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4228Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - 1934 Life in Soviet Union1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4229Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Agricultural exploration on four continents1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4230Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Arctic explorers1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4231Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Athletics: Personal or vicarious1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4232Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Autarchy and foreign trade1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4235Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Brief items1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4237Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Curing the hard drinkers1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4238Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Disarming nations1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4239Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Education begins early1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4240Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Fruit farms1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4241Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Germany and Russia1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4243Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Liquidating laziness1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts51Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Liquidation1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts53Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Machines in the Soviet Union1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts54Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Management necessary1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts55Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Mare's milk and soy beans1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts56Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Mongolia1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts57Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - No effort to direct by travels in Russia1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts58Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - No profit in vodka1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts510Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Overproduction1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts511Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Perennial wheat1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts512Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Private gardens1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts515Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Russia dreams of free bread1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts514Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Russian Communisn is not Communism1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts517Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Shilka is in Dauria1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts518Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Social psychiatry and Stalin1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts521Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Stages of collectivization1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4234Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - The basis of fruit breeding and agricultural exploration1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4236Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - The collective farms solved the farm problem1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts4242Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - The Koklhoz for America1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts52Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - The machine tractor stations1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts59Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - The order of the laughing camel1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts513Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - The return of culture and style1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts516Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - The Russian cooks1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts519Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - The Soviety Kins (motion pictures)1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts520Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - The Soybean Institute1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts522Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - The three classes of farmers1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts523Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Travel in closed provinces1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts524Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Unborn men do not win wars1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts525Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Untitled (Krasnojavnoa is a small kolkhoz)1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts526Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Vitamins1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts527Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Wages and salary1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts528Russian as observed by an Agricultural Explorer: unnumbered - Work for everybody1934-1937
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts529Saga of the Siouxundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts530Saving one-third of the wheat1917
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts531Seed corn should never freeze1912
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts532Seedless applesundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts533Shall part of South Dakota be taken out of cultivation?1934
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts534Shall tomatoes be red, pink, yellow or white?undated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts535Siberian crabs for apple stocks1917
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts536Siberian sweet cloverundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts537Sketch of horticulture in South Dakota1904
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts538Small apple trees better for the prairieundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts539South Dakota golden apple / Kasha apple / Two American and Siberian crabapples: Amsib and Kensib / Kensib crabappleundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts541Starlight raspberryundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts540Status of chromosomes in plant-breeding in Europe and Americaundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts542Subsidies for livestock siresundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts543Sweet apples and crabapplesundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts544Sweet tomatoesundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts545Thoresand Doigo crabapple trees1932
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts546Thornless blackberry1919
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts547Tree planting and soil erosion (telegram to President Roosevelt)1936
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts548Tree sanitation a national serviceundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts549Visit to Luther Burbank1906
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts550Visitor from China1935
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts551Vitamin C from rose seed-hips1943
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts552Vitamins in home fruitsundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts553Why do we graft fruit trees?1906
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts554Will insect or man survive1941
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts555Winter apples on the prairieundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts556Work with wild American plumsundated
2.  Loen Collection: Manuscripts557World-wide quest of the thornless roseundated
2.  Loen Collection: Notebooks564Calendar of events1908-1909
2.  Loen Collection: Notebooks565Course notes, Iowa State Agricultural College1883
2.  Loen Collection: Notebooks566Miscellaneous notesundated
2.  Loen Collection: Publications579(1.) Plants for dry western uplands (2.) Some new hybrid plums (SD AES)1914
2.  Loen Collection: Publications567Better fruits and gardens for South Dakota (SD State Horticultural Society)1922
2.  Loen Collection: Publications568Carl A. Hansen Nursery (catalogue) (Brookings, S.D.) (featuring Hansen plant introductions)1947
2.  Loen Collection: Publications569Experiments in plant heredity (Bulletin 237 - SD AES)1929
2.  Loen Collection: Publications570Fifty years as agricultural explorer and plant breeder (reprint - Transactions of Iowa State Horticultural Society, vol. 79)1944
2.  Loen Collection: Publications571Fruit stocks where the mercury freezes (Royal Horticultural Society)1930
2.  Loen Collection: Publications572Hardy roses for South Dakota (Bulletin 240 - SD AES)1929
2.  Loen Collection: Publications573Letter from Professor N.E. Hansen, Brookings, South Dakota (unknown)undated
2.  Loen Collection: Publications574No title (Country Gentleman)1935
2.  Loen Collection: Publications575Northern Plant Novelities for 1940 (Report - SD AES)1940
2.  Loen Collection: Publications576Northern Plant Novelities for 1941 (Annual report for SD State Horticultural Society, pp. 30-34)1941
2.  Loen Collection: Publications577Ornamental trees of South Dakota (Bulletin 260 - SD AES)1931
2.  Loen Collection: Publications578Plant introductions (Bulletin 224 - SD AES)1927
2.  Loen Collection: Publications580Possibilities of the western sand cherry (Proceedings of the 25th Annual Meeting of Society for Promotion for Agricultural Sciences)1904
2.  Loen Collection: Publications581Prof. Hansen's hybrid cherry - plums (catalog entry, Earl Ferris Nursery Company, Hampton, Iowa, pp. 19)undated
2.  Loen Collection: Publications582Relative value of homozygous parents in the breeding of the apple, plum, cherry, grape and other fruits (International Congress of Genetics, Berlin)1927
2.  Loen Collection: Publications583Siberian upland alfalfa1914
2.  Loen Collection: Publications584Surplus experimental plants for spring 1905 (SD AES)1905
2.  Loen Collection: Publications585Wild alfalfas and clovers of Siberia, with a perspective view of the alfalfas of the world (USDA Bulletin 150)1909
2.  Loen Collection: Publications586Yellow and Blue (SDSC school song)1908
2.  Loen Collection: Travels3166Contract for Siberian tour1934-1935
2.  Loen Collection: Travels3160Maps1898-1908
2.  Loen Collection: Travels3164Russia, Siberia1913
2.  Loen Collection: Travels3162Russia, Siberia, Central Asia, Turkestan, Northern Africa1908-1909
2.  Loen Collection: Travels587Russian permit1897
2.  Loen Collection: Travels3161Siberia1908-1906
2.  Loen Collection: Travels3165Siberia1934
2.  Loen Collection: Travels3163USDA expenses1910
3. Photographs6 Photographs of N.E. Hansen, trips to China and Russia, Dedication ceremony of memorial to Hansen, portraits1906-1949, undated

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Crystal J. Gamradt, 1998 August 11, additions made 2017 June 27.