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J. B. Speer worked for the University of Montana (then called Montana State University) from 1905-1953, starting as student clerk and working up through business officer and controller. In his unpublished manuscript “Land for the Campus,” Speer provides information about acquisition of sites for expansion of the campus from its founding 40 acres to a campus of over 30 buildings.
Alumni Athletic Association Field Challenge, Forestry Nursery, land acquisition
University of Montana--Missoula. Mansfield Library
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J. B Speer Papers, Mss 625
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Speer, James Beryl, "J. B. Speer manuscript “Land for the Campus” [University of Montana]" (1955). J. B. Speer manuscript: "Land for the Campus" [University of Montana]. 1.