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1. Albert Schulz family, Crystal, N.D. Albert Schulz family, Crystal, N.D. People; Portraits; Studio portrait of the Albert Schulz family. The father and mother sit in the middle surrounded by ten children. They are all dressed in nice clothes, the older children and parents in suits and dresses....

2. Roosevelt Memorial Association letter Roosevelt Memorial Association letter People; Pioneer Era; This letter was written to Sylvane Ferris by the Roosvelt Memorial Association. It discusses a few specific events during the time that Theodore Roosevelt spent in the badlands. The message is typed on...

3. Roosevelt Memorial Association letter Roosevelt Memorial Association letter People; The letter was written to Sylvane Ferris by Harry M. Blair. Mr. Blair worked as a secretary for the Roosevelt Memorial Association. The letter contains information Mr. Ferris as the Chairman for the Roosevelt...

4. Sons and Daughters of Norway, Enderlin, N.D. Sons and Daughters of Norway, Enderlin, N.D. Bands, clubs and societies; People; Ethnic A panoramic photo of members of the Sons and Daughters of Norway organization in Enderlin, North Dakota. They are posed in front of a brick building and most members have a ribbon pinned to their clothes....

5. Enderlin Orchestra, Enderlin, N.D. Enderlin Orchestra, Enderlin, N.D. Bands, clubs and societies; People; Portraits Members of the Enderlin Orchestra arranged in three rows holding their instruments. An upright bass, a bass drum, and a snare drum sit on the floor in front of the group.

6. Enderlin High School Orchestra, Enderlin, N.D. Enderlin High School Orchestra, Enderlin, N.D. Bands, clubs and societies; Education; People; Members of the Enderlin High School Orchestra arranged in three rows holding their instruments. A bass drum, with "E.H.S. 1924" written on it, sits on the floor between a snare drum and a tuba.

7. Enderlin Orchestra, Enderlin, N.D. Enderlin Orchestra, Enderlin, N.D. Bands, clubs and societies; People; Portraits Members of the Enderlin Orchestra pose in four rows holding their instruments. A bass drum and two snare drums sit on the floor in front of the group.

8. Enderlin football team Enderlin football team People; Sports & Recreation; Portraits Members of the Enderlin football team pose for a photograph. Players are wearing football pads. They are arranged in three rows with the first row sitting, the middle row kneeling, and the third row standing...

9. Poster for theatrical production of "Handing Down the Names" Poster for theatrical production of "Handing Down the Names" Entertainment; Colleges and universities; The poster for the Bismarck State College theatrical production of "Handing Down the Names." The poster features a sunset at the top half. The bottom half is black with yellow and white print. The poster...

10. Wimbledon Volunteer Fire Department, Wimbledon, N.D. Wimbledon Volunteer Fire Department, Wimbledon, N.D. Work Life; People; City & Town Life; Members of the Wimbledon Volunteer Fire Department pose for a photograph in front of the fire house. The fire house is a wooden building with a small garage, and a bell tower. Three men are seated on two...

11. Dickinson State Teachers College President Harrison Pippin, with two Indian chiefs, Dickinson, N.D. Dickinson State Teachers College President Harrison Pippin, with two Indian chiefs, Dickinson, N.D. Colleges and universities; Ethnic; Indians of North America; People; Dickinson State Teachers College President Harrison Otto Pippin with two unidentified American Indian chiefs in traditional dress standing in front of May Hall at Dickinson State Teachers College in Dickinson,...

12. The Commerce, Manufactures, and Progress of Valley City, Dakota The Commerce, Manufactures, and Progress of Valley City, Dakota Business & Industry; Pioneer Era; People; City & Town Life; Communication; Fifty two page booklet on the commerce, manufactures, and progress of Valley City, Dakota Territory.
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