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1. Portrait of Eugene Burdick Portrait of Eugene Burdick Young adults; Men; Boys; Portraits; Portrait photographs; Portrait prints; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; Studio portrait of Eugene Burdick as a very young man wearing a suit and tie. Judge Eugene Allan Burdick was born October 15, 1912. He was the son of Usher L and Emma C. (Robertson) and he married May...

2. Committee of fifteen prominent men, Williston, N.D. Committee of fifteen prominent men, Williston, N.D. Men; Suits (Clothing); Tables; Tablecloths; Group portraits; Doctors; Committees; Neckties; Eyeglasses; School superintendents; Jewelers; Business people; Pharmacists; Newspaper editors; Real estate business; Lawyers; People; Group portrait of fifteen men gathered behind a table indoors, possibly a Boy Scout Committee meeting. Men seated in the front row from left to right: Dr. Harry J. Baker, Dentist; O. Fossum, County Superintendent...

3. Williston Coyotes versus St. Mary's Saints, Williston, N.D. Williston Coyotes versus St. Mary's Saints, Williston, N.D. Basketball; Basketball players; Men; Teenagers; Students; Athletes; Basketballs; Gymnasiums; Spectators; Fans; People; Uniforms; Coyote W. "Slim" Williams struggles to retain control of the ball as four St. Mary's Saints dive after it. The four Saints players are Tom Guttinburg (13), Eugene Schneider (9), Melvin Horn (14), and Richard...

4. St. Mary's Saints basketball players, N.D. St. Mary's Saints basketball players, N.D. Basketball players; Basketball; Athletes; Men; Teenagers; Students; Uniforms; Gymnasiums; Eyeglasses; Five St. Mary's Saints players pose for a photograph. Pictured are Kent Johanneson (6), Eugene Schneider (9), Tom Guttinburg (13), Melvin Horn (14), and Richard Cieslak (16).

5. Epping Eagles team portrait Epping Eagles team portrait Basketball; Basketball players; Students; Boys; Men; Teenagers; Athletes; Uniforms; Coaches; Gymnasiums; Eyeglasses; A portrait of the Epping High School Eagles basketball team. Front, from left to right are: Dennis Johnsrud, Michael Burns, Derry Long, Sherman Smith, and Mickey Melland. Back row are: coach Eugene Burns,...

6. Eugene Iverson, Williams County Soil Conservation District campaign, Williston, N.D. Eugene Iverson, Williams County Soil Conservation District campaign, Williston, N.D. Political posters; Political campaigns; Soil conservation; Portraits; Men; Women; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; Dresses; Eyeglasses; Picture frames; Photographs; A group stands, holding several framed aerial photographs and a sign for the Eugene Iverson campaign for Soil Conservation District, for a portrat. The man fourth from the left is likely Eugene Iverson....

7. Williston baseball team portrait, Williston, N.D. Williston baseball team portrait, Williston, N.D. Baseball players; Baseball; Coaches (Athletics); Business districts; Uniforms; Hats; Children; Sidewalks; Williston baseball champions of 1915, with a record of twenty-one wins out of twenty-nine games, pose for a photograph in front of the Security State Bank, Williston, N.D.

8. Boy Scout Committee plans activities, Williston, N.D. Boy Scout Committee plans activities, Williston, N.D. Men; Dinner parties; Eating & drinking; Tables; Tablecloths; Tableware; Eyeglasses; This picture was taken at the monthly meeting of the officers of the Upper Missouri Boy Scout district, which comprises Williams and McKenzie Counties. From left to right they are R.M. Gross, treasurer;...

9. First Congregational Church Men's Club portrait First Congregational Church Men's Club portrait Men; Clubs; Cooks; Men; Women; Churches; Members of the First COngregational Church Men's Club posed for their group photo in mid-November 1949 following the serving of some 600 diners who brought tickets to their annual Pilgrim Dinner. The story...

10. Eugene and Elaine Peterson family portrait Eugene and Elaine Peterson family portrait Women; Men; Families; Portraits; Churches; A portrait of Eugene and Elaine Peterson, and Kari and Brad Peterson, for the First Union Church centennial book.

11. Fort Buford 6th Infantry Regiment Association on Central School grounds for World War I Memorial Parade, Fort Buford 6th Infantry Regiment Association on Central School grounds for World War I Memorial Parade, Williston, N.D. Military parades & ceremonies; Military officers; Military personnel; Military uniforms; Infantry; Flags; Schools; Men; Costumes; The members of the Fort Buford 6th Infantry Regiment Association had gathered on Central School grounds preparatory to marching in a parade honoring the service men of World War I when this photo was taken...

12. Williston Coyotes basketball players with Class A State Championship trophy, N.D. Williston Coyotes basketball players with Class A State Championship trophy, N.D. Basketball players; Basketball; Awards; Victories; Sports; Athletic shoes; Boys; Students; Williston Coyote co-captains Mendro and Benson hold their permanent trophy after their state championship victory.
The number "13" proved to be the "lucky" number in 1948, the year the Williston Coyotes...

13. Williston Coyotes basketball players with Class A State Championship trophy, N.D. Williston Coyotes basketball players with Class A State Championship trophy, N.D. Basketball players; Basketball; Awards; Victories; Sports; Athletic shoes; Boys; Students; The photo shows co-captains Mendro and Benson receiving the trophies from E. C. Johnson of the State Board of Control. Benson holds the permanent trophy and Mendro is receiving the travelling memorial...

14. Williston Coyotes versus St. Mary's Demons, state championship, Bismarck, N.D. Williston Coyotes versus St. Mary's Demons, state championship, Bismarck, N.D. Basketball; Basketball players; Athletes; Sports; Gymnasiums; Uniforms; Spectators; Don Fougner, 37, penetrates the Bismarck defense for a basket. The number "13" proved to be the "lucky" number in 1948, the year the Williston Coyotes basketball team won its first state championship in...

15. Eugene Ulhman and Buela-Lee, Williston, N.D. Eugene Ulhman and Buela-Lee, Williston, N.D. Men; Horses; Business districts; Dirt roads; Carts & wagons; Stores & shops; Eugene Uhlman stands with his horse Buela-Lee in the streets of Williston. Various businesses are visible behind them, and a horse-drawn cart can be seen on the right side of the photograph.

16. North Dakota Democratic Political Convention, 1968, Bismarck N.D. North Dakota Democratic Political Convention, 1968, Bismarck N.D. Men; Neckties; Crowds; Eugene McCarthy smiles for a photograph outside the North Dakota Democratic Political Convention in Bismarck

17. Williams County Courthouse Dedication, Judge Eugene Burdick Delivers Dedication Address, Williston, N.D. Williams County Courthouse Dedication, Judge Eugene Burdick Delivers Dedication Address, Williston, N.D. Building dedications; Public speaking; Courthouses; Men; Women; Spectators; Judge Eugene A. Burdick delivers a dedication address for the new $715,000 courthouse as spectators watch and listen.

18. Bad Taste Party, Williston, N.D. Bad Taste Party, Williston, N.D. Parties; Costumes; Restaurants; Interiors; Men; Women; Tables; Tableware; Hats; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; A group is gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Snyder on Main Street, Williston, dressed in costume for a "bad taste party." Seated are Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd Larson, Mr. & Mrs. Wally Harwood, Mr. &...
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