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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.
Rambler, January 1940
Newspapers; Work camps; Woodworking; Accidents; Boxing;
Issue contains articles on the completion of the new woodworking shop, news of comings and goings at the camp, news of accidents at the camp, boxing news, and education news.
Rambler, June 30, 1938
Newspapers; Work camps; Missing persons; Buckwheat; Millet; Baseball; Libraries; Books; Equipment; Joking; Cartoons (Commentary);
Issue contains articles on a new motor in the camp water plant, plans to build a new barracks for new men in the camp, the camp's participation in looking for a missing boy in the area, news on buckwheat...
Rambler, February 1938
Newspapers; Work camps; Electricity; Employee eating facilities; Barbershops; Bathhouses; Cartoons (Commentary); Poetry;
Issue contains articles on the arrival of electricity at the camp, dedication of the new canteen, construction of the barbershop and bathhouse, sports and education news, cartoons, and poetry.
Rambler, July 1938
Newspapers; Work camps; Remodeling; Physicians; Correspondence schools; Baseball;
Issue contains articles on renovations of the shower room, resignation of the camp surgeon, an announcement of a fee hike for correspondence courses, and baseball news.
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.
Rambler, December 1938
Newspapers; Work camps; Christmas decorations; Construction; Darkrooms; Poetry; Cartoons (Commentary);
Issue contains articles on Christmas decorations and celebrations at the camp, construction efforts on forestry buildings, construction of a temporary dark room for the photography classes, a sports update,...
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.
Esther Vaagen's school, Ridgeway No. 2, Dunn County, N.D.
Students; School children; Boys; Girls; Flags; Flagpoles; Rural schools; Schools;
Students stand outside the Ridgeway School No. 2 in Dunn County, N.D. The door to the school is open, and a flag flies on the flagpole.
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.
Bennie Breding School House #2, 2 miles south of Powers Lake, N.D.
Schools; Flags; Students; Teachers; School children;
The teacher and students stand outside the Bennie Breding school house near Powers Lake, N.D. The flag flies above them, but not from the top of the flag pole. Water is visible in the background. None...
Anton Nelson homestead and first school, Litchville, N.D.
Schools; Windmills; Cattle; Horses; Children; Horseback riding; Barns;
Cattle and horses graze on the Anton Nelson homestead near Litchville, N.D. A barn and windmill is visible. Children stand in the yard, or sit on horseback. In the distance, behind the windmill, the first...
Jack Guth with 3980 lb steer Montana, Baker, Mont.
Cattle; Cowboy hats;
Jack Guth stands with his 3980 lb steer Montana, in Baker, Montana. The steer was 6 feet tall, and had a girth of 9 feet, 2 inches.
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...
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