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1. Kent Conrad campaigning in parade, Minot, N.D. Kent Conrad campaigning in parade, Minot, N.D. Convertible automobiles; Legislators; Signs (Notices); Banners; Political campaigns; Senator Kent Conrad waves from the back of a white convertible while riding in a parade in Minot. Young men walking behind him carry a Conrad sign.

2. Crowd during first sod breaking of North Dakota State Capitol, Bismarck, N.D. Crowd during first sod breaking of North Dakota State Capitol, Bismarck, N.D. Ground breaking ceremonies; Capitols; Automobiles; Crowds; Children; A crowd gathers around the location of the first sod breaking for the new North Dakota State Capitol in Bismarck. The view is looking west from the remains of the old capitol building. Men, women, and...

3. Sioux Indians dancing Sioux Indians dancing Dancers; Dance; Indian reservations; Stores & shops; Horses; Flags; Indian agents; Automobiles; Rivers; Crowds; A crowd has gathered to watch Indian dancers performing outside the Hoakanson and Turner store at the Standing Rock Agency. Some people are standing, and many others are watching from horseback or from...

4. Band marching at International Peace Garden, Dunseith, N.D. Band marching at International Peace Garden, Dunseith, N.D. Bands; Musical instruments; Automobiles; Band members carry their musical instruments before a performance at the International Peace Garden. Many cars are parked in the background. This may be for the opening of the Peace Garden in 1932.

5. Anton P. Ness funeral, Mandan, N.D. Anton P. Ness funeral, Mandan, N.D. Funeral rites & ceremonies; Coffins; Automobiles; Methodist churches; Pallbearers carry the casket of Anton P. Ness down the stairs of Charles Wesley Burns Methodist Church in Mandan, N.D. Many people stand outside the church, and cars are parked on the street.
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