South Dakota -- Clay County
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: ACC 2003-098:
Scope and Contents This series contains records created and maintained by the Clay County Clerk of Courts from 1866-1916. Civil Action Files, 1866-1915. (38 cubic feet) Records may contain summons, satisfactions, complaint, answers of the parties, orders, motions, statements of judge, disqualifications, briefs, transcripts, judgment, notice of appeal, and all other information pertinent to the case. Records are organized in case number order. Examples of files include divorce, judgments, complaints,...
Dates: 1866 - 1916
Unprocessed — WPA Cemetery Records--Clay County
Scope and Contents This record group contains records created and maintained by county government agencies and officials in Clay County, South Dakota and includes school records; tax sales and delinquent tax lists; mothers' pension records; militia lists; county poor farm statements; commitment records for the State Hospitals in Yankton and Redfield, and the Custer Sanatorium; bonds and oaths for county, township, and school offices; election records; drainage ditch records; and civil, probate, and guardianship...
Dates: 1865 - 1990
Unprocessed — Multiple Containers
Dates: ca. 1900s-1950s
Unprocessed — Box 03582 C
Dates: ca. 1950s
Unprocessed — Box 08535 C
Dates: 1907; September 29, 1908
Series — Box 4468 B
Identifier: ACC 2016-066:
Series — Box 2510
Identifier: ACC 84-144:
Scope and Contents This series contains the case files of individuals who received assistance from the Works Progress Administration program in different counties throughout South Dakota. Buffalo, Clay, Mcpherson, Meade, Miner and Minnehaha County are accounted for within this series. Records are arranged alphabetically by county. There is an index for these counties at the back of the box which is not restricted. See file list for more information.
Dates: 1933 - 1933
Series — Box 2510
Identifier: ACC 84-144
Scope and Contents This series contains the case files of individuals who received assistance from the Works Progress Administration program in different counties throughout South Dakota. Buffalo, Clay, Mcpherson, Meade, Miner and Minnehaha County are accounted for within this series. Records are arranged alphabetically by county. There is an index for these counties at the back of the box which is not restricted.
Series — Box 330
Identifier: ACC 2014-073:
Scope and Contents This series contains a copy of the “Documentation of the Danish Brick Barn and the Log Cabin” by Jim Stone. This report was commissioned by the Clay County Historic Preservation Commission with funds from the State Historic Preservation Office. The report includes a narrative history, photographs, floor plans and drawings of a clay brick barn on the Calle Nissen Johnsen homestead in Meckling Township, Clay County.
Unprocessed — Box 06485 A
Dates: Event: ca. 1880s-1930s; 1986
Identifier: ACC 2003-068:
Scope and Contents This series consists of records created by or filed with the Clay County Auditor’s office. Records include mothers’ pensions, delinquent road taxes, military lists, election results, annual statements of the poor farm, statements of treasurers’ bond, school boundaries, and tax sales.
Dates: 1865 - 1990
Series — Box 00282 B
Scope and Contents This series contains digital photographs, copies of structure reports, and correspondence related to SHPO Project No. 180406004F (Clay County Bridge no. 14-075-051). The bridge was scheduled to be replaced, and these photographs were commissioned by the South Dakota Department of Transportation as part of a Section 106 mitigation agreement with the State Historic Preservation Office. Johnson Engineering Co. of Yankton, SD conducted the research and took the photographs.