Montana Historical Society
Library and Archives Department
1851-1929, 0.2 linear foot.
A scrapbook presented to Joseph Porter Toole after the death of his father, Joseph Kemp Toole, in March 1929. The scrapbook, given as a gift to Joseph P. Toole, contains letters of condolence, obituaries, biographical writings, and resolutions from Montana State Legislature and various private organizations.
1889, 0.1 linear foot.
This collection consists of letters of congratulation to Joseph K. Toole on his speech in Congress on 15 Jan. 1889 urging the passage of the "Omnibus Bill," admitting Montana, North and South Dakota, and Washington as states. Also included is a telegram to Toole from James Blaine in Washington, D.C., announcing the signing of the proclamation declaring Montana a state of the union.
1893-1905, 0.1 linear foot.
Scattered papers of Joseph K. Toole. Collection consists of correspondence (1893-1905); legal documents concerning family mining properties and the Edwin W. Toole estate; a speech (1899) given at the laying of the Capitol cornerstone; a certificate admitting Toole to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court; and political memorabilia.
In the Montana Governor Records, 1871-1962, 155 linear feet.
Persons represented include Governor Joseph K. Toole.
In the Toole Family Papers, 1886-1919, 0.1 linear foot.
The papers contain a letter (May 22, 1905) from Decius S. Wade to J.K. Toole regarding E.W. Toole's death.
In the Taped Public Programs, 1998, 13 tapes.
Persons represented include Joseph K. Toole.
Montana State University
Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections, Bozeman
In the Montana Governor Records (1901-1908: Toole), 0.4 linear foot.
Applications, letters of recommendation, and petitions for appointment sent to Joseph Kemp Toole, Governor of Montana.
In the Richard B. Roeder Papers, 1949-1995, 57 boxes.
Persons represented include Joseph Kemp Toole.
University of California, Berkeley
The Bancroft Library
1889, 1 folder.
Dictation from Joseph Kemp Toole: Helena, 1889. Part of a collection of dictations concerning people and events in the early years of Montana.
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