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Mattison, Ray H., 1903...
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Adams-Fairview Bonanza Farm, Wahpeton, N.D. vicinity
The John Kube house (former John Quincy Adams house) on the Adams-Fairview Bonanza Farm near Wahpeton, North Dakota was built in 1905 and has a slightly asymmetrical gabled front. The integrated porch...
Alvin H. Ode interview about destruction of North Dakota State Capitol building
Fires; Capitols; Government facilities; Fire fighters; Interviews;
Dennis Neumann interviews Alvin H. Ode, former Bismarck N.D. fire chief, and witness as a young boy to the destruction of the North Dakota State Capitol by fire in December 1930. Mr. Ode was hoisted into...
Arrival of Vice President Charles Curtis at North Dakota Capitol cornerstone laying, Bismarck, N.D.
Cornerstone laying; Cornerstones; Politicians; Governors; Legislators;
Vice President Charles Curtis (no hat, with mustache) arrives in a car for ceremonies at the cornerstone laying for the new North Dakota State Capitol. Left to right: former Governor Judge Burke, Joseph...
Arthur A. Link at 81st birthday party with cake
Birthdays; Cakes; Flags; Governors;
Former Governor Arthur A. Link stands behind a birthday cake with an American flag motif on the occasion of his 81st birthday. The words on the cake read: Happy Birthday Art Link 81 years young.
Arthur Link and Buckshot Hoffner at State Fair booth, Minot, N.D.
Centennial celebrations; Fairs;
Former governor Arthur Link and Buckshot Hoffner stand at a North Dakota Centennial booth at the State Fair in Minot. A man and a woman have stopped at the booth to talk to themen and inspect centennial...
Arthur Link and centennial quilt, Bismarck, N.D.
Quilts; Social & civic facilities; Governors;
Former governor Arthur Link and other people help to unfold the North Dakota centennial quilt on the floor of the Bismarck Civic Center.
Arthur Link at United Tribes International Powwow, Bismarck, N.D.
Dancers; Dance; Crowds; Governors; Feathers;
Former North Dakota Govenor Arthur Link talks with men and women in Native American regalia at the United Tribes International Powwow in Bismarck.
Arthur Link signing North Dakota Centennial logo for woman
Centennial celebrations; Governors; Autographing; Logos; Trees;
Former Governor Arthur Link signs a piece of paper printed with the North Dakota centennial logo while other people look on. Link wears a hat printed with the same logo.
Bank building, Concrete, N.D.
Banks; Bars; Beer; Signs (Notices);
A former bank building in Concrete, N.D. has been transformed into a bar. A Budweiser sign hangs from the outside of the building.
Boundaries of former Dakota National Forest, Slope County, N.D.
Pines; Maps; Rivers; Forests;
This map shows the Little Missouri River, and the scattered distribution of ponderosa pine stands near Ranger and the boundaries of the former Dakota National Forest from 1908-1917.
Breast-work of Old Time Indian Village above the Missouri River
Postcards; Rivers; Campaigns & battles; Wooden buildings;
Wooden buildings are visible along land overlooking the Missouri River somewhere in North Dakota. Arrows indicate the Gros Ventre occupied breastwork near a former Indian village site inhabited by the...
Butcher shop exterior view, Grandins Mayville Farm District, Mayville, N.D. vicinity
Butcher shops; Agricultural facilities;
The butcher shop on the Grandins Mayville Farm near Mayville, North Dakota is a one-story building constructed of wood. It appears to have been remodeled as a repair shop at some point and shows no signs...
Car on country road in former war zone, France
Automobiles; War damage;
A man sits in a car on a desolate country road in France. War damage is evident on the land on both sides of the road.
Democratic Women's Day at Governor's Residence, Bea Peterson, Grace Link, and Barbara Olson, Bismarck, N.D.
Legislators; Legislators' spouses;
Bea Peterson, former First Lady Grace Link and First Lady Barbara Olson stand together for a photograph at the Governor's Residence during Democratic Women's Day.
Dignitaries at North Dakota Capitol cornerstone laying ceremony, Bismarck, N.D.
Cornerstones; Cornerstone laying; Judges; Politicians; Governors;
Former governor Louis B. Hanna (wearing glasses), Vice President Charles Curtis, and Judge A.G. Burr are among a few of the dignitaries gathered on the speakers stand at the cornerstone laying ceremony...
Distant view of town in front of buttes, Medora, N.D.
Chimneys; Buildings; Trees; Buttes;
A view of the town of Medora, as seen from a distance. The chimney of Chimney Park, former location of the Marquis de Mores' meatpacking plant is visible at left. Buttes rise behind the town.
Earthlodge depressions, Fort Abraham Lincoln
Archaeological sites; Rivers;
Flat area in mid-ground shows depressions, locations of former lodges. The Missouri River is visible in the background. The Civilian Conservation Corps would later reconstruct earthlodges on the nearby...
First National Bank, Bismarck, N.D.
Banks; Millinery; Clothing stores; Dogs; Awnings;
A view of the First National Bank building in Bismarck. Many men and several dogs stand outside the building. Awnings are visible on the building, but they are not open. Signs for other businesses in the...
Former armory building, Ellendale, N.D.
Armories; Teachers colleges; Universities & colleges;
A brick building that served as the armory for the North Dakota State Normal and Industrial School sits on the campus of what is now Trinity Bible College in Ellendale, N.D. A sign above the door reads...
Former Governor's Mansion, Bismarck, N.D.
Housing; Governors; Winter;
A view of the Former Governor's Mansion in Bismarck during winter. The trees are bare of leaves, and snow is on the ground.
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