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1. Rambler, March 1939 Rambler, March 1939 Newspapers; Work camps; Influenza; Mess halls; Remodeling; Motion pictures; Equipment; Woodworking; Cartoons (Commentary); Poetry; Issue contains articles on comings and goings at the camp, a flu and mumps epidemic in the camp, renovations at the mess hall, the purchasing of a movie projector for the camp, new tools for woodworking,...

2. Rambler, November 1939 Rambler, November 1939 Newspapers; Work camps; Eating & drinking; Holidays; Physicians; Dentistry; Fires; Joking; Issue contains articles on the camp Thanksgiving dinner, arrival of a new camp surgeon and dentist, news of a peat fire in the area, sports news, and jokes.

3. Rambler, April 1939 Rambler, April 1939 Newspapers; Work camps; Potatoes; Motion pictures; Cartoons (Commentary); Issue contains articles on new men in the camp including a list, the installation of a loudspeaker system in the camp, the arrival of an electric potato peeler for the camp kitchen, the screening of movies...

4. Rambler, July 1939 Rambler, July 1939 Newspapers; Work camps; Water heaters; Issue contains articles on new arrivals at the camp, a new water heater in the shower room, brief project updates, and a review of camp sports.

5. Rambler, January 1939 Rambler, January 1939 Newspapers; Work camps; Remodeling; Kitchens; Construction; Road construction; Darkrooms; Poetry; Cigarettes; Joking; Cartoons (Commentary); Issue contains articles on renovations to the camp kitchen, reports on night school classes, road construction projects, work on the darkroom and education building, poetry, instructions on rolling a cigarette,...

6. Rambler, February 1939 Rambler, February 1939 Newspapers; Work camps; Quarantines; Measles; Libraries; Books; Remodeling; Bathtubs & showers; Cartoons (Commentary); Issue contains articles on the camp being quarantined due to measles, news on the arrival of a new library and books, renovations to the shower room, sports and education news, and cartoons.

7. Rambler, February 1939 Rambler, February 1939 Newspapers; Work camps; Quarantines; Measles; Libraries; Books; Remodeling; Bathtubs & showers; Cartoons (Commentary); Issue contains articles on the camp being quarantined due to measles, news on the arrival of a new library and books, renovations to the shower room, sports and education news, and cartoons.

8. Rambler, August 1939 Rambler, August 1939 Newspapers; Work camps; Trucks; Issue contains articles on new leadership in the camp, new trucks for the forest service, news on camp beautification projects, and sports news.

9. Rambler, June 1939 Rambler, June 1939 Newspapers; Work camps; Homing pigeons; Billiards; Issue contains articles on the arrival of a lost racing pigeon in the camp, improvements to the camp pool table, and other short news items.

10. Rambler, May 1939 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.

11. Grasshoppers, Reeder, N.D. Grasshoppers, Reeder, N.D. Grasshoppers; Plants; Grasshoppers congregate in a field of crops near Reeder, N.D.

12. Walter Welford passport Walter Welford passport Travel; Documents; A selection of pages from Governor Walter Welford's passport, first issued in 1937, and renewed in 1939. Of particular note are a notice forbidding American citizens to travel to any combat zones (World...

13. Louis, Duke de Vallombrosa Louis, Duke de Vallombrosa Suits (Clothing); Mustaches; Gardens; Louis, Duke de Vallombrosa, stands outside a stately home for a portrait. He wears a lightweight suit, and the trees and gardens in full bloom indicate summer time.

14. The Ring Bar, Bismarck, N.D. The Ring Bar, Bismarck, N.D. Bars; Restaurants; Boxing; Boxers (Sports); Man men stand at the counter of The Ring Bar in Bismarck, awaiting service from the bartender. People sit in booths across from the bar, and photographs of many boxers decorate the walls.

15. Oscar H. Will & Company seed catalog, 1939 Oscar H. Will & Company seed catalog, 1939 Seeds; Seed trade; Gardening; Mail-order businesses; Catalogs; Corn; The front cover of the Oscar H. Will & Company seed catalog for 1939 features a scene of women threshing corn in a Mandan Indian village. Earthlodges are visible in the background.

16. Cast portrait of Life With Father Cast portrait of Life With Father Actors; Actresses; Theatrical productions; Dorothy Stickney and Howard Lindsay sit at center in their costumes for the characters Vinnie and Father in this cast portrait from the Broadway play Life with Father. Other actors surround them, and the...

17. Howard Lindsay as Father in Life With Father Howard Lindsay as Father in Life With Father Actors; Portrait photographs; Theatrical productions; Howard Lindsay sits posed for a formal portrait in his costume as Father, from the Broadway play Life With Father.

18. Dorothy Stickney as Vinnie in Life With Father Dorothy Stickney as Vinnie in Life With Father Actresses; Costumes; Dogs; Portrait photographs; Theatrical productions; Dorothy Stickney sits posed for a formal portrait wearing her costume as the character Vinnie from the Broadway play Life With Father. She holds a statue of a dog on her lap.

19. Anton P. Ness portrait Anton P. Ness portrait Healers; Suits (Clothing); Portrait photographs; Anton P. Ness sits posed for a formal portrait wearing a suit and tie.

20. Civilian Conservation Corps crew at a log cabin Civilian Conservation Corps crew at a log cabin Log cabins; Laborers; Eating & drinking; Trees; Camps; Men from CCC company 2771 and 2772 gather at a log cabin, possibly at Squaw Creek camp site for a meal. Many of the men hold small metal bowls.
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