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Albert Nielsen dipping out oil from first rail car leaving Westhope with oil, Westhope, N.D.
Albert Nielsen stands atop a tank car containing oil in Westhope, N.D. He is dipping oil out of the tank car with a bucket. A sign reading "4 cars first oil shipped from Westhope, N.D." is hung from the...
Pronghorn antelope, Jordan, Mont.
A pronghorn antelope stands atop a hill in Jordan, Montana.
Mrs. Jerome Standing Soldier portrait
Mrs. Jerome Standing Soldier sits posed for a photograph. She wears a necklace and long hair ornaments.
Newton Edmunds letter
Homicides; Prisoners; Death; Correspondence;
A letter from Governor of Dakota Territory Newton Edmunds to S.M. Pollock regarding the transfer of prisoner Joseph Borrette after the murder of Sevi Rivers. Edmunds writes that Pollock must retain custody...
June 28 1879 Page 1
Office of McLean & MacniderWHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS INGROCERIES AND STEAMBOAT SUPPLIESBismarck, D. T. June 28, 1879Dear WifeWe arrived here all right but I was disappointed in not getting a letter...
August 24 1879 Page 2
I think I shall go to St Paul and meet you if I can if not I will Let you know at St. PaulWe will be done Haying to Morrow times are good for working men now Wages from 30 to 50 dollars a month Get My...
Louis Connolly letters
Ranchers; Ranches; Hay; Cattle; Spouses; Correspondence;
Four letters from Louis Connolly to his wife Mary talking about farming and ranching in Dakota Territory.
Dorothy Stickney and Howard Lindsay portrait
Dorothy Stickney and Howard Lindsay pose for a formal portrait on the occasion of receiving honorary degrees from Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine.
Dakota Block, Bismarck, N.D.
A horse and carriage sit parked outside the Dakota Block building in Bismarck. The brick building houses a wholesale druggist, and a photographer, according to the signs on the front of the building.
Excerpts from Fort Buford post returns
Forts & fortifications; Gardening; Vegetables; Gardens; Grasshoppers; Potatoes; Lettuce; Radishes;
Excerpts from Fort Buford post returns detailing disease at the Fort, gardening, and the quality of vegetables and soldier health at the Fort.
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...
Marquis de Mores full length portrait, leaning on column holding rifle
The Marquis de Mores leans on a column and holds a rifle in this full length portrait. He also wears an ammunition belt and pistol.
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...
Farmhouse, Ashtabula Township, Barnes County, N.D.
Abandoned buildings; Abandoned farms; Snow; Winter;
A view of an abandoned and dilapidated farmhouse in Ashtabula Township, Barnes County, N.D. Snow covers the ground.
Old windmill, Hettinger County, N.D.
Abandoned buildings; Abandoned farms; Windmills;
A view of an old windmill and an abandoned farm building in Hettinger County, N.D.
Barn, Bagg Bonanza Farm, near Mooreton, N.D.
Abandoned buildings; Barns;
A barn at the Bagg Bonanza far has partially collapsed.
Barn and homemade drag line, Bagg Bonanza Farm, near Mooreton, N.D.
Abandoned buildings; Barns; Excavation;
A barn on the Bagg Bonanza Farm has partially collapsed. A homemade drag line excavator sits in the foreground.
Log building, front view, Fort Ransom, N.D.
Abandoned buildings; Forts & fortifications; Meadows; Military facilities; Historic sites;
Rectangular log structure with windows on both sides of the door. The building sits in an open field.
Norman Kittson Trading Post, Walhalla N.D.
Abandoned buildings; Fur trade; Frontier & pioneer life; Pioneers; Trading posts;
Ruins of the Norman Kittson trading post. The roof has collapsed and the building lists to the left. An unidentified woman stands in front of the building.
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