Business Enterprises -- South Dakota
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
This series contains Brookings City Commission records dating from 1907 to 1939. Records include applications for business licenses and sign permits, contracts, correspondence, claims for damages, petitions, inspection reports, voting district maps, and information about tax disputes.
This series contains miscellaneous record books maintained by the Office of the Secretary of State from 1885 through 1990 and includes dockets of public employee and legislative lobbyists, trademark records, official oath and bond records, and notary public registers.
This series contains news clippings, prospect activity forms, evaluations, reports, surveys and directory information regarding out-of-business manufacturers in South Dakota, gathered by the Department of State Development.
This series contains 75,791 digital photographs taken by the State Photographer (Chad Coppess) and other Tourism staff members at various South Dakota events and locations from 2001 to 2010.
This series contains thirteen black and white photographs of Governor Frank Farrar and Governor Dick Kneip at several different manufacturing facilities in South Dakota. Facilities include Unit Step (New Underwood), Control Data Corporation (Aberdeen), Daktronics (Brookings), Tel-e-Lect Incorporated (Huron), and Gehl Company (Madison).
This series contains digital photographs taken of Governor Daugaard’s attendance at the South Dakota National Guard’s annual Golden Coyote training exercise on June 15, 2013. It also contains three video clips that aired on July 19, 2013 on CNBC discussing South Dakota tourism and the Crazy Horse Monument, and coverage on South Dakota being America’s Top State for Business in 2013, which includes an interview with Governor Daugaard.
This series contains the Secretary of State's trademark application books for 1904-1905 and 1914-1950. These five volumes contain information on the companies, the dates of application, file number, box number, and in many cases examples of the trademarks. Four of the volumes are self-indexed. Any loose trademark labels were placed in box 4610.
This series contains the trademark certificates from December 14, 2000 to January 10, 2003. Also contained in this collection are the returned letters of renewal for 2001 and 2002.