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    • Business & Industry;
    • This advertisement displays the prices and dates for a large sale on groceries at the A. J. Heal Store. It also has small images of food and bright colors to draw in the audience.
    • between 1929 and 1933?
    • People;
    • Hanson children with two big Northerns in the winter of 1930. They stand in front of a house holding their large fish. The fish are almost as big as the children. Both are dressed in winter garb.
    • 1930
    • City & Town Life; People; Social Life & Customs; Women;
    • An interview with Lawrence Brown and Mary Jacobi for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Mary and Lawrence discuss their family history, the history of Ludlow, North Dakota where they grew up, the Big Nasty Social...
    • 1994-04-02
    • City & Town Life; Pioneer Era; Religion;
    • This wooden structure served as the First Congregational Church in Wahpeton, N.D. The steeple and front entrance are visible here. A gas lamp stands near the wooden sidewalk. A few buildings can be seen in the background.
    • 1882?
    • Social Life & Customs; People; City & Town Life; Pioneer Era;
    • A view of a group of girls all wearing hats and carrying brooms leaning on their left shoulder. They are in a semi-circle standing in a turned off fountain in a park. There is a sign that says Co. H. One girl has a snare drum, and there are...
    • 1899
    • 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.
    • 1914
    • 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...
    • 189-?
    • Entertainment; Colleges and universities;
    • The program for the 8th Annual Bismarck State College Foundation Ball. The theme for that year was "Aura of the Orient." The program was printed on cream colored paper with brown writing and designs of cherry blossoms. The program contains the...
    • 1988-01-23
    • Business & Industry;
    • The corner view of a two story brick building. On the right side there is a main entrance flanked by columns for the "1878 First National Bank 1904." On the second floor there are awnings over the windows, seven are rolled up and one is down. ...
    • no earlier than 1906
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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.
    • 1896-06-13
    • City & Town Life; Bands, clubs and societies; Entertainment; People; Social Life & Customs; Weather
    • An interview with Chet West and Acey Olson for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Chet and Acey discuss dances, fights at dances, and various dance halls. Chet was in the band for many of the dances. Acey talks...
    • 1997-11-29
    • Pioneer Era; City & Town Life;
    • The wooden structure pictured here served as the early Methodist Church in Wahpeton, N.D. The front entrance is visible. Notice the electrical pole and wooden sidewalk.
    • between 1880 and 1885?
    • Weather; People; Transportation;
    • A group of men stand in front of the Valley City train depot after a blizzard. The men are wearing heavy winter clothing and some are holding shovels. Large snow drifts are visible in front of the group of men. Signs that read "Western Union...
    • 1895
    • People; City & Town Life; Social Life & Customs; Pioneer era
    • An interview with Selma Gunderson and Lawrence Brown for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Selma talks about her family history, her parent's homestead with a sod barn, her memories of her childhood, speaking...
    • 1993-03
    • Communication; Indians of North America;
    • A handwritten poem with artwork by Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fisher for Dickinson State Teachers College in Dickinson, North Dakota. The poem is written in the style of the winter count that was an important part of the homecoming ceremonies for many...
    • 1943

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