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    • Geronimo Letter

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    • This document was written by Geronimo to Dr. A. H. De Camp. The letter contains information regarding the visit of De Camp to Fort Sill. Geronimo explains the current events of Fort Sill as well.
    • E. J. Henry’s Civil War letter

    • Military;
    • This letter was written by E. J. Henry to his wife while he served in the Civil War. The letter is handwritten on blue paper. He discusses the weather, his camp, his diet, and that he misses his family at home and wishes to be with them. ...
    • Best little city on the Soo Line, Wimbledon, N.D.

    • City & Town Life; Religion; Business & Industry;
    • A view of Wimbledon, North Dakota from an elevated location. In the foreground two of the More Brothers machinery shops are visible. The smaller "More Bros. Farm Implements" shop on the left hand side of the photograph with a sign on the roof that...
    • View of Pisek, N.D.

    • People; City & Town Life;
    • This photographic postcard features a view of the train station of Pisek, N.D. One man stands and the other sits on the platform. At right the train station is visible. Notice that the word “Pisek” is flipped around. At left, three elevators...
    • Group at Sorenson Mill Dam, Daily, N.D.

    • Business & Industry; People;
    • A group of people stand by the Sorenson Mill Dam in Daily, North Dakota for the celebration of 25th anniversary of marriage of Gabriel and Christine Sorenson. The dam is visible behind the group and trees are in the background.
    • Edgar and Mabel Fisher portrait

    • Portraits; People;
    • Portrait of the photographer's two oldest children, Edgar and Mabel Fisher when they were young children. Edgar stands on the left wearing pants, shirt, hat jacket and boots, while Mabel is smiling on the right wearing a hat, dress and boots.
    • Kenneth Torpen interview

    • People; Religion; Social Life & Customs;
    • An interview with Kenneth Torpen for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Kenneth talks about the history of the Union Prairie Lutheran Church which was organized in 1908. Kenneth talks about when they built the...
    • Ulrich Buchli interview

    • People; Education;
    • This interview includes information about when and how Ulrich Buchli arrived in Mercer County. Buchli talks about what cities were established in those days as well as what the county looked like. Buchli dicussses different modes of...
    • "Campus Days" cast, Dickinson, N.D.

    • Entertainment; Colleges and universities; People;
    • The cast of the film "Campus Days," at Dickinson State Teachers College in Dickinson, North Dakota. The film was written by DSTC students, Arthur Hedge and Clifford Schmickrath, and produced, directed, and photographed by Hedge. The actors are...
    • Neche Public School, Neche, N.D.

    • Education;
    • This photograph shows a view of the Neche School in Neche, N.D. It is a two story wooden building with a bell tower in front. Two brick chimneys are visible on either side of the building and many trees in the yard are also in sight.
    • Diary of William Cuningham

    • Agriculture; Rural views; Social Life & Customs;
    • A twenty-one page diary of William Cuningham's travels from Boston, MA to various locations in Pembina County during the summer and fall of 1914.
    • L. F. Temme interview

    • People; City & Town Life;
    • L. F. Temme, long time resident of Beulah, N.D. is interviewed about his life. Details about fighting in World War I, his office, his occupation, and when he arrived in Mercer County were discussed in the interview. Temme talked about his...
    • Bismarck State College logos

    • Colleges and universities; Education;
    • A document describing the evolution of the school logos for Bismarck Junior College and Bismarck State College from the 1940s to 2009. A total of six different logos are visible.
    • Josie Andrews and Bob Folske interview

    • Agriculture; Business & Industry; Entertainment; People; Social Life & Customs; Women;
    • An interview with Josie Andrews and Bob Folske for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Josie talks about a woman’s role in farming and ranching in Bowman County in the ‘good old days.’ Her father ran a threshing crew...
    • Maye Steig interview

    • City & Town Life; Education; People; Social Life & Customs;
    • An interview with Maye Steig for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Maye shares information on the Ranger Post Office where she and her husband used to deliver mail, and the mail routes that they ran. She talks about her children, World War II...
    • Lawrence and Frances Faris interview

    • People; Social Life & Customs; Sports & Recreation; Weather;
    • An interview with Lawrence and Frances Faris for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Regional Museum. Lawrence and Frances talk about their memories of winter and Christmas, differences in Christmas today and back when they were children,...
    • School House, Hastings, N.D.

    • Education; Art & Architecture;
    • View of the front of the Hastings school house in Hastings, N.D. A bell tower is above the main doorway. There is a fence around the front, and small trees around the building.
    • Newberry family homesteading in Griggs County, N.D.

    • Agriculture; Pioneer Era; People; Rural views;
    • A view of a homestead. On the left is a seated behind a team of two mules and an ox, next to them a boy sits ontop of a mule. Two small girls wash dishes and another girl sweeps the door step of a one room house. Two ox pull a plow which another...
    • Map of Barnes County, N.D.

    • Maps, stamps and seals;
    • Map of Barnes County, N.D. with map key, list of companies advertising, township populations, and publishers along the sides. Townships are labeled, roads, rivers, lakes, cemeteries, railroads, school houses, churches, telephone lines, and rural...
    • Emma Peterson interview

    • City & Town Life; Education; Entertainment; Museums and historical societies; People; Sports & Recreation; Social welfare;
    • An interview with Emma Peterson for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Emma, age 96 at the time of the interview, shares her family history; her family emigrated from Norway when she was 6. She also tells stories about her brothers and sisters,...
    • Community Bowl as an Athletic Facility

    • Colleges and universities; Sports & Recreation;
    • A two-page document explaining the need for an athletic field in Bismarck, North Dakota and the uses of it once it is built. The document relates the overuse of the current athletic field in Bismarck and explains why the proposed location is the...
    • Poster for "A Murder is Announced"

    • Colleges and universities; Entertainment;
    • The poster for the Bismarck State College theatrical production of "A Murder is Announced." The poster is made to look like an old newspaper and has information on the production. It has one illustration in the middle of the poster. The...
    • The Winter Count 1935

    • Education; Indians of North America; Awards and ceremonies;
    • This is the first Winter Count written for Dickinson State's Homecoming celebration. The Winter Count was a poem that was written to highlight the events of the previous year and was read aloud at the Homecoming Banquet. The Winter Count was...
    • The Dakota House, Jamestown, N.D.

    • City & Town Life; Business & Industry; Pioneer Era; People;
    • A three story wooden building with two chimneys on the roof, and the sign "Dakota House," on the front. There are a few people on the second floor balcony over the main first floor entrance. Other people stand outside the main entrance, and three...
    • Main Street in Hunter, N.D.

    • Business & Industry; City & Town Life
    • This photograph features Main Street in Hunter. Businesses line the unpaved street and wooden sidewalks are visible. Individuals are seen along the street. The building furthest to the left reads “1902, J. C. Knudtson. General Merchandise.” ...

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