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Flood after groceries in a boat, Oak Park Grocery, Minot, N.D.
Floods; Rowboats; Grocery stores; Canned foods; Postcards;
A man in a boat receives a canned item from the shopkeeper in the Oak Park Grocery store in Minot during the 1923 flood. The shopkeeper sits on top of his counter and wears hip waders. Wood floats in the...
22 Mandan Indian stories recorded, transcribed, and translated by Robert C. Hollow. The following stories are available: First Creator and Lone Man Argue; First Creator and Lone Man Make the Land; The...
Remer Rambler, November 26, 1941
Newspapers; Work camps; Holidays; Eating & drinking; First aid; Dance parties; Cartoons (Commentary); Poetry;
Issue contains articles on first aid classes, an upcoming dance, the camp Thanksgiving dinner menu, cartoons, and poetry.
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,...
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...
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,...
Rambler, April 1938
Newspapers; Work camps; Trees; Fires; Poetry; Cartoons (Commentary);
Issue contains articles on tree planting, camp beautification projects, an arrest in a recent forest fire, sports and education news, poetry, and cartoons.
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, 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, 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...
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...
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...
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.
Custer's camp and Pump Coulee trail
Trails & paths; Camps;
A view of the Pump Coulee trail and area where Custer and the 7th Cavalry camped.
First stone laid, at new North Dakota State Capitol, Bismarck, N.D.
Capitols; Construction; Masonry;
Workers at the base of the new North Dakota State Capitol lay the first stone on 9:25 A.M. March 31, 1933. Four men in suits stand near the stone to watch the event.
Using eight bottom plow with tractor
Plows; Plowing; Automobiles; Tractors; Horses; Horseback riding;
Three men sit or stand on a tractor and an eight bottom plow, while a fourth man watches from horseback next to the plow. Andrew Kerzman is identified as the operator, Jerry O'Shea is on horseback, and...
First National Bank building, Mott, N.D.
Banks; Law offices; Real estate business; Dirt roads; Men; Wooden buildings;
A view of the First National Bank building in Mott, N.D. The sign on the door of the one-story, wooden building reads, "bank closed hours 9 A.M.-4 P.M." Next to the building is another wooden building...
Regis de Trobriand diary excerpt
Forts & fortifications; Grasshoppers; Eating & drinking; Soldiers; Diseases; Cows; Milk; Meat; Pork; Fish; Onions; Garlic; Snow; Winter; Steamboats; Vinegar industry;
General Philippe Regis de Trobriand came to Fort Stevenson in 1867. His troops built the post, barely completing the necessary buildings before the extremely harsh and early winter began. Trobriand’s...
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