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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...
Civilian Conservation Corps documents and memoir
Forms (Documents); Assistance;
Includes a preliminary application form for Civilian Conservation Corps selection, a certificate of selection for the CCC, and a memoir written by Harold P. Leland of his time in the CCC in North Dakota...
Holmes band at State Fair, Grand Forks, N.D.
Postcards; Men; Horses; Horseback riding; Bandstands; Fairs;
A band from Holmes, N.D. performs on top of a platform at center, and a bandstand just right of center watches an equestrian event at the state fair. Men are on horses to the left. Two men stand in the...
Bismarck Band performance, Bismarck, N.D.
Bands; Band uniforms; Crowds; Flags;
A band wearing white band uniforms performs under an American flag to a crowd seated around the edge of a large room at the Atheneum. The conductor is Thomas Poole. Band members are, left row: George Upright,...
Main Street, Belfield, N.D.
Banks; Restaurants; Signs (Notices); Utility poles;
A bank is visible at center of this early image of Belfield, N.D. A restaurant is visible across the street, with a man and a horse standing outside. A sign propped up against a utility pole in the foreground...
Wrong Side Up Monument and crowd, New Salem, N.D.
Monuments & memorials; Boys; Crowds;
A boy stands next to the Wrong Side Up monument recently dedicated at New Salem, N.D. The inscription reads: "'Wrong Side Up' These words were spoken to John Christiansen on this spot in the spring of...
First Methodist Church, Fargo, N.D.
Trees; Postcards; Methodist Episcopal churches; Steeples;
A brick church with steeple and entrance on the right-front side of the building. Stained glass windows are visible at center. Trees line the streets on both sides of the church.
Bridge and Oliver County Courthouse, Center, N.D.
Postcards; Courthouses; Bridges;
A bridge crosses a small creek or stream in the foreground. In the background, the Oliver County Courthouse (with three small windows near roofline) is visible.
Lake after coffer dam construction, Garrison Dam site
Dams; Construction; Lakes & ponds; Bulldozers;
A bulldozer sits in the foreground, in front of a temporary lake created by the construction of a coffer dam at the Garrison Dam construction site. A temporary bridge is also visible in the distance.
Bulldozer moving hail at 7th Street, Bismarck, N.D.
Hail; Storms; Bulldozers; Railroad tracks;
A bulldozer works to clear the 7th Street underpass from collected hail after a hailstorm in Bismarck. People watch from the railway tracks above. The Bismarck Civic Center is partially visible in the...
Count di Celera's body leaving the U.S.S. North Dakota in Naples, Italy
Battleships; Postcards; Coffins;
A casket bearing the body of Count di Celera, Italian ambassador from Italy, is visible in the center. Sailors on board are watching the casket being lowered from the ship. Several small boats are visible...
Vold Public School, Fort Ransom, N.D.
Schools; School children; Dogs; Students; Teachers; Rural schools; Wooden buildings;
A class posed behind a small school house. Teachers are standing in the last row just left of center. A dog is standing in front of the children at center.
View of Regan, N.D.
General stores; Houses; Lumberyards;
A combination of businesses and houses are visible in this view of Regan, N.D. A general merchandise store is visible at the far end of the street, and what appears to be a lumberyard is present at center.....
Early days of Kenmare, N.D.
Post offices; General stores; Cityscape photographs; Postcards; Composite photographs;
A composite postcard. The center picture is labeled "Kenmare in 1896 (First Post Office).", then going clockwise the pictures are labeled "West Side 1897", "South Side 1897", "South and West Sides 1897"...
Composite postcard of Minot, N.D.
Railroad shops & yards; Railroad stations; County government; Jails; Business districts; Pedestrian bridges; Rivers; Boats; Piers & wharves; Postcards; Wooden buildings; Residential streets; Houses;
A composite postcard. The images are, clockwise from right corner, Ward County Courthouse and Jail, unidentified street, Minot Milling Co., Russell-Miller Milling Co., Great Northern Depot, Main Street,...
Seventh annual Sanish Rodeo panorama, Sanish, N.D.
Panoramic views; Automobiles; Rodeos; Crowds; Grandstands; Cowboys; Horses; Cattle;
A cowboy leaps off his horse to rope a calf in the center of the Sanish Rodeo grounds during the annual rodeo. Crowds watch the events from the grandstands, as well as from their cars on the outskirts...
Construction of Four Bears Bridge at New Town, N.D.
Bridges; Construction; Automobiles; Hoisting machinery;
A crane works at center to hoist materials used in the construction of the Four Bears Bridge at New Town. Cars are parked in the foreground, and bridge piers are visible in the background.
Construction of Oscar Zero missile alert facility near Cooperstown, N.D.
Rockets; Military facilities; Construction;
A crane works atop a pit dug for the launch control center capsules at the construction site for the Oscar Zero missile alert facility near Cooperstown, N.D.
Morton County Fair, Mandan, N.D.
Racetracks (Horse racing); Horse racing; Grandstands; Postcards; Flagpoles; Flags; Fences;
A crowd gathers around a dirt race track. The grandstand is at upper center. A few people are on the track. Two horses are at center and another at extreme right. There is a flag and flying in the background....
Crowd during first sod breaking of North Dakota State Capitol, Bismarck, N.D.
Ground breaking ceremonies; Capitols; Automobiles; Crowds; Children;
A crowd gathers around the location of the first sod breaking for the new North Dakota State Capitol in Bismarck. The view is looking west from the remains of the old capitol building. Men, women, and...
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