The following finding aids are available for viewing and download for the benefit of researchers:
Homestake Mining Company Collection—Consists of records created and associated with the Homestake Mining Company, which operated in the town of Lead, South Dakota for 120 years; ultimately becoming the largest and deepest continually operating gold mine in the Western Hemisphere before its closure in 2001.
Yuill/Sundstrom Collection—Consists of records relating to the Black Hills that were created or utilized by Camille Yuill and her daughter, Jessie Sundstrom. Both women worked in the newspaper industry and were involved in many programs and organizations. Materials include manuscripts, maps, photographs, correspondence and other archival materials.
Please visit this page regularly as new finding aids are added periodically.
More information about specific collections, materials, reproductions or access can be acquired by contacting [email protected] or by phone at (605) 722-4800.