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Rambler, February 1940
Newspapers; Work camps; Billiards; Table tennis; Examinations; Cartoons (Commentary);
Issue contains articles on a pool and ping pong tournament to be held at the camp, examinations to be held in the camp, and cartoons.
Rambler, May 1938
Newspapers; Work camps; Mosquitos; Baseball;
Issue contains articles on personnel changes at the camp, camp beautification efforts, arrival of mosquito netting, sports review and baseball statistics.
Rambler, June 1940
Newspapers; Work camps; Construction; Laundry; Vocational education; Joking; Baseball;
Issue contains articles on construction of a new laundry building, available vocational training, jokes, and statistics of the camp baseball team.
Rambler, May 1940
Newspapers; Work camps; Holidays; Poetry; Joking; Cartoons (Commentary); Baseball;
Issue contains articles on a recent open house at the camp, articles on Mothers Day and Memorial Day, a list of new men at camp, notes on classes offered at the camp, poetry, jokes, cartoons, and baseball...
Rambler, September 1938
Newspapers; Work camps; Radio stations; Construction; Joking;
Issue contains articles on construction of the education building, the moving of the camp radio station to camp from the town of Remer, a list of men to be discharged, news about classes that will be starting...
Rambler, May 1939
Newspapers; Work camps; Radio stations; Remodeling; Cartoons (Commentary); Baseball; Trees;
Issue contains articles on the installation of a radio station at the camp, the arrival of a mixer for the camp kitchen, camp renovations, cartoons, tree planting efforts, and sports news.
Alix Alin farming 6 miles north and 1 mile east of Fullerton, N.D.
Plowing; Plows; Horses; Farmers;
Alex Alin sits on a plow attached to a horse team on his farm near Fullerton, N.D.
These texts are from Box 5 of the Robert C. Hollow Material and are located in a black 3-ring binder in Box 5 of the Robert C. Hollow collection. These texts were originally collected by Edward Kennard...
Officers and wives, Fort Abraham Lincoln
Forts & fortifications; Porches; Group portraits; Soldiers; Spouses;
Men and women seated on porch of building with cow skull and elk antlers on step. Identified: 1. Edith Leisure 2. H.R. Porter 3. Jimmie Raymond 4. Tom Winston 5. "Pet" Wilson 6. Jack Leisure.
Clint Haskins, Earl Graham, Gerald Haskins, Ralph Goranson in front of school #1, Lallie Township, N.D.
Schools; Students; School children; Rural schools; Horses;
Clint Haskins, Earl Graham, Gerald Haskins, and Ralph Goranson stand in front of School #1 in Lallie Township, N.D. One of the boys holds the reins of a horse, which was the way the boys got to school....
Students of Garnes Township School, Burke County, N.D.
Students; Schools; School children; Boys; Girls;
Students from the Garnes Township School in Burke County stand outside the school building for a class portrait. A bit of snow is visible at their feet. The students are identified as follows: Morris Van...
Serving Governor and Mrs. Grace Link dinner at North Dakota Heritage Center groundbreaking ceremony, Bismarck, N.D.
Ground breaking ceremonies; Governors; Cookery; Covered wagons;
Governor Arthur A. Link and Grace Link stop for dinner after the groundbreaking ceremony for the North Dakota Heritage Center. A sign on the covered wagon behind the two women servers advertises Son of...
Preparing dinner at North Dakota Heritage Center groundbreaking ceremony, Bismarck, N.D.
Ground breaking ceremonies; Cookery; Covered wagons; Food; Eating & drinking;
Two women split and butter biscuits at the North Dakota Heritage Center groundbreaking ceremony. A covered wagon behind them boasts a sign offering Son of a Gun Stew, Boot Heel Biscuits, and Cowboy Coffee...
Goldbrick Gazette, September 15, 1937
Newspapers; Work camps; Gardening;
Issue contains articles on the resignation of the camp's educational advisor, the end of the camp garden, the abandoning of work at Grand Forks State Park, a brief history of company 764, and a list of...
Food-- don't waste it poster
War posters; Food;
U.S. Food Administration advertisement poster promoting food conservation.
Bismarck tri-weekly tribune, vol. 1, no. 35
Gold; Gold mining; Gold miners; Gold rushes; Newspapers; Interviews;
Includes accounts of men involved in the gold strike in the Black Hills in 1875. Featured are Ed Donahue, California Joe, J.C. Dodge, Ben Ash, and George A. Custer, a reprint from an 1874 interview after...
Bismarck Fire Company No. 1, Bismarck, N.D.
Fire engines; Horses; Dogs; Grocery stores; Carts & wagons; Bells;
Fire engines and members of fire company number 1 stand outside the fire company building. John Boyle Groceries is visible next door. The structure in the back of the building holds the fire alarm bell....
Council with the Sioux Indians at Fort Pierre, message from the President of the United States communicating minutes of a council held at Fort Pierre with the Sioux Indians
Minutes of a council held at Fort Pierre, then in Nebraska Territory, in March, 1856 between Brigadier General William S. Harney and delegations from nine bands of the Sioux Indians.
Memories of Minot
Books; Churches; Schools; Hospitals;
A guide describing the schools, churches, government, and natural attractions of Minot, the magic city.
Destruction of Minuteman III missile silo LF-22, southeast of Petersburg, N.D. video
Rockets; Military facilities; Explosions;
Members of the military, media, and public gather to watch the implosion of Minuteman III missile silo LF-22 southeast of Petersburg, N.D.
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