Roeder Collection at MSU
This material was provided by the library archives at Montana State University. It is called the Roeder collection, because it is all from the donated papers of Richard Roeder, an MSU professor who served as a convention delegate and leading advocate for the Constitution during the ratification campaign. This Collection includes speeches, correspondence, and published articles. It also includes Professor Roeder’s critical, and sometimes angry, annotations of the Neely pamphlet. (Neely was a former student of Roeder’s, but their views were on different parts of the political spectrum.) This material is generally word-searchable.