Fergus, Julia. Historical sketch of the Women's Synodical Society for Missions in Montana, Presbyterian Church, U.S.A. 1944.
Stiff card wrappers, 6 x 9, several illustrations from photographs, 8 pp. Good. Pamphlet.  $45.00
This historical sketch begins with Sheldon Jackson in 1872 and contains a good bit of information, with many names, of the development of this Society in Montana. Includes an illustration of the steamer Klondyke on Flathead Lake, Montana, from 1907.
"The automobiles have, with the consequent good roads, brought great changes; the trip between Butte and Kalispell can be made in six to eight hours and attendance at meetings has been greatly increased."
"Written for the occasion of the Golden Jubilee Celebration of the Montana Synodical Society and read at a joint meeting of the Synodical Society and the Synod of Montana, October 11, 1944."
Includes brief accounts of missions among the Chinese, the Sioux, and the homesteaders, as well as reminiscences of the early Presbyterian home missionaries of the area.