|Title||Guide to the Montana Attorney General's Office Records 1949-1982|
Abortion; Academic freedom; Agriculture and state; Air--Pollution; Automobile industry and trade; Bank mergers; Banks and banking; Banks and banking--Law and legislation; Blackfeet Indians--Politics and government; Capitols; Cemeteries; Chaplains, prison; Child welfare; Civil rights; Consumer protection; Corporation law; Corruption (in politics); County attorneys; County government; Courts; Discrimination; Divorce; Education--Finance; Educational laws and legislation; Election law; Elections; Elections--Corrupt practices; Endowments; Environmental policy; Environmental protection; Equality before the law; Family social work; Federal government; Fire fighters; Forest management; Forest roads; Gambling; Gasoline--Prices; Grazing districts; Hospitals; Hutterite Brethren; Indians of North America--Government relations; Indians oof North America--Legal status, laws,
etc.; Industrial laws and legislation; Industry and state; Insurance; Irrigation; Journalism, college; Juvenile delinquency; Labor disputes; Labor laws and legislation; Law enforcement; Liquor laws; Local government; Medical care; Mines and mineral resources--Montana; Municipal government; Narcotics, control of; Nurses; Nursing--Study and teaching; Nursing homes; Oil and gas leases; Pharmacists; Phosphate mines and mining; Pollution; Pornography; Printing; Prison riots; Prisoners; Privacy, right of; Private schools; Prostitution; Public health; Public lands; Public utilities--Regulation; Public welfare; Religion in the public schools; Rustling; School boards; School bonds; School districts; School management and organization; School superintendents; Sewage disposal; Strip mining; Taxation; Labor unions; Undertakers and undertaking; Universities and colleges; Water districts; Water--Pollution; Water rights; Wildlife conservation--Law and legislation; Women--Legal status, laws, etc.; Women--Rights of women; Montana; Civil Rights; Environmental Conditions; Fisheries and Wildlife; Government and Politics; Irrigation; Journalism; Labor History; Mines and Mineral Resources; Native Americans; Public Utilities; Women
|Description||These records of the Montana Attorney General's Office consist of interoffice correspondence (1969-1978); general correspondence (1963-1966) arranged by correspondent and subject, including dockets and informal opinions; annual reports (1973-1977) of tax-exempt private foundations; speeches; and miscellany. (Reel-to-reel tapes transferred to Oral History); The office of Attorney General of Montana was established by Article VII, Section 1 of the 1889...|
|Publisher||Montana Historical Society|
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|Format||25 linear feet of shelf space|