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Constitutional Convention reunion at North Dakota State Capitol, Bismarck, N.D.
Capitols; Constitutional conventions; Reunions; Soldiers; Governors; Group portraits;
Members of the 1889 Constitutional Convention gather in front of the old North Dakota Capitol Building in Bismarck for a group photo, likely on the 25th anniversary of the Convention. The delegates all...
Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad depot, New England, N.D.
Railroad tracks; Railroad stations; Lumberyards;
A view of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railway depot at New England, N.D. Several men stand on the siding next to the depot. Boxes and cream cans are visible next to the depot. The Fuller and Potter...
Paul de Vallombrosa in French cavalry uniform
Cavalry; Soldiers; Military uniforms;
Paul de Vallombrosa stands on the steps of a building wearing his Lieutenant's uniform of the French cavalry.
Elks Parade, Minot, N.D.
Parades & processions; Clothing stores; Theaters; Clubs; Fourth of July celebrations;
Members of the Elks walk down Main Street during a parade in Minot. Cars and spectators line both sides of the street. Visible businesses include the Arcade Theatre, E.H. Boyer Clothier, and The Wardrobe....
Earl Rodgers with friends in automobile, Grass Valley, Calif.
Automobiles; Flags; Dresses; Fences;
Earl Rodgers (in back, marked with an X) stands with friends in Grass Valley, California in a car that is decorated with American flags and foliage. One of the women wears a small American flag on her...
Hotel McKenzie, Bismarck, N.D.
Hotels; Clothing stores; Awnings; Carts & wagons;
A view of the Hotel McKenze at the corner of 5th Street and Main Avenue in Bismarck. The awning of a clothing store in an adjacent building is visible. Signs on nearby buildings also advertise the Tri-State...
Indian woman hoeing with scapula bone hoe in garden
Gardening; Gardens; Squashes; Corn;
This woman of one of the Three Affiliated Tribes is demonstrating traditional gardening methods. Her hoe is made of a bison scapula (shoulder blade) that is tied to a pole with leather straps. Squash and...
Amy Prall and baby Phil Prall, Brantford, N.D.
Girls; Boys; Children; Families;
Amy Prall sits outside on the porch of a house and holds her baby brother Phil Prall. The baby wears a white gown.
Oscar H. Will & Company seed catalog, 1914
Seeds; Seed trade; Gardening; Mail-order businesses; Catalogs; Vegetables; Corn; Beans;
The front cover of the Oscar H. Will & Company seed catalog for 1914 features Will's early June and Gehu 70 day corn. The back cover features Navy beans.
Elsie Milde at German School in Wishek, N.D.
Schools; School children; Students; Teachers;
Elsie Milde stands with the rest of her classmates and teacher Miss Willms at the German School, held at the Wishek schoolhouse in Wishek, N.D. Elsie is in the third row from the back.
Bertha and Edward Milde portrait
Boys; Girls; Portrait photographs; Umbrellas;
Bertha Milde and her brother Edward pose for a formal portrait. Both wear fine clothes. Bertha holds an umbrella or parasol.
Bridge over Antelope River, Dwight, N.D.
Bridges; Boats; Cows; Trees;
Man in a boat on the river in foreground. Bridge over the Antelope River in background. Cows are on the left riverbank and trees line the opposite shore.
Carl and Christina Milde with children, Bismarck, N.D.
Family; Dwellings; Sidewalks; Children; Trees; Fences;
The Milde family stands in front of their home. Two of the children pose in front of the fence, and two children stand in the entrance. The parents stand behind the fence. Mature trees are situated in...
Milton and Alma Howland, neighbors to the Mildes in Bismarck, N.D.
City & town life; Family; Clothing & dress; Basements; Windows; Neighborhoods; Children;
Milton and Alma Howland stand in front of a house with a small child. All wear coats and hats, indicating the season. In the bottom-right corner, the cellar door is visable.
Rolling bandages and knitting socks, Fort Yates, N.D.
Knitting; Hosiery; War work;
Young women sit at a table knitting socks and rolling bandages for the war effort. On the wall above them, posters for the Red Cross are visible.
Ruth Birland's public school class, Ambrose, N.D.
Schools; Students; Girls; Boys; Teachers; Classrooms;
Ruth Birland stands at the back of the classroom while her students sit at their desks. Blinds cover large windows in the classroom. Many chairs used for readings and recitations are visible at the front...
Fort Totten Indian School, Fort Totten, N.D.
Boarding schools; Water towers; Postcards;
A view of the school buildings and water tower at Fort Totten Indian School.
English soldier's grave at Jouarre, France
Soldiers; Graves; Crosses; Wreaths; Fences; Trees;
A soldier in military uniform stands at the grave of an English soldier who died in World War I. Wreaths decorate the grave, and wooden crosses have been erected at both ends of the grave.
Battle of Whitestone Hill collection
Battlefields; War; Correspondence; Tribal chiefs; Treaties;
Includes a diary extract from James M. Thomson who fought at the battle of Whitestone Hill, a letter from Alfred Sully naming Fire Heart as a trusted ally, a letter from S.R. Curtis and Orrin Guernsey...
Indian fair exhibit, Elbowoods, N.D.
Fairs; Exhibitions; Corn; Handicraft;
A view of various vegetables and handicrafts on display at a fair at Elbowoods.
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