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Bismarck Police Department portrait composite
Police; Policewomen; Portrait photographs; Composite photographs;
Officers and employees of the Bismarck Police Department are assembled in this composite photograph. Top row, left to right are R. Rigby, F. Hetland, R. Berry, R. Woessner, M. Ehli, G. Gordian, R. Peck,...
North Dakota 1969 House Democrats, Bismarck, N.D.
Legislators; Group portraits;
North Dakota House Democrats from the 1969 session pose for a group portrait, likely in the State Capitol building. Identified members include Wayne Sanstead (back row, far left), S.J. "Buckshot" Hoffner,...
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...
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...
J.E. Anderson with King Koto, Amor Township, Bowman County, N.D.
Horses; Barns; Farms;
J.E. Anderson stands in front of a barn with a horse named King Koto. Another person is partially visible inside the doorway of the barn.
Harvesting J.A. Englund's 400 acre field of winter rye, Kenmare, N.D.
Harvesting; Harvesting machinery; Farms; Rye;
Binders work to harvest winter rye on J.A. Englund's farm near Kenmare, N.D. Shocks are already set up in the foreground.
Letter certifying A.G. Sorlie not a member of the Ku Klux Klan
Correspondence; Governors; Political elections;
A letter from F. Halsey Ambrose, stating that A.G. Sorlie is not a member of the Ku Klux Klan.
Food is ammunition-- don't waste it poster
Food; Picnic baskets; Soldiers; Flags; Vegetables; War posters;
United States Food Administration advertisement poster depicting a basket of vegetables and U.S. soldiers in silhouette.
Northwest magazine illustrated monthly magazine of literature, agriculture and western progress, vol. 4, no. 3
Periodicals; Engravings; Rivers; Schools; Business people; Business districts; Business enterprises; Houses; Farms; Banks; Hotels; Photographers;
An issue of the magazine dedicated to A profile of Fargo and Cass County, Dakota Territory. Included are engravings of Fargo, the Red River, the High School, the Keeney Block, Northern Pacific Elevator...
Custer Monument and battlefield
Battlefields; Graves; Monuments & memorials;
The 7th Cavalry monument sits within a fence at the top of a hill on the Little Bighorn Battlefield. Markers on the hillside show where soldiers originally fell and were buried after the battle.
Bismarck tri-weekly tribune, vol. 1, no. 35
Gold; Gold mining; Gold miners; Gold rushes; Newspapers; Interviews;
Includes accounts of men involved in the gold strike in the Black Hills in 1875. Featured are Ed Donahue, California Joe, J.C. Dodge, Ben Ash, and George A. Custer, a reprint from an 1874 interview after...
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,...
North Dakota Highway Patrol at North Dakota State Capitol
Police; Automobiles; Capitols;
Officers of the North Dakota Highway Patrol stand with their cars in front of the Capitol Building in Bismarck. Identfied officers are: W.J. Flanningan, Frank Patnam, George Swenson, George Robinson, Emil...
Open Your Heart campaign donations
Charity; Gifts; Community service;
Volunteers for the 1935 Open Your Heart campaign stand among the donations collected for needy families in Bismarck. Foreground, left to right are: Adj. H. Smith, W. J. Brophy, Milton Rue, and Mrs. E....
Nominees for President of Constitutional Convention addressing assembly, Bismarck, N.D.
Constitutional conventions; Legislators; Judges; Governors; Public speaking;
Nominees for the presidency of the North Dakota Constitutional Convention gather to speak to the assembly. Left to right, seated: Stan Saugstad (Minot), Roland Meidinger (Jamestown), Governor William L....
North Dakota Supreme Court justices
Courtrooms; Judicial proceedings; Judges; Clerks; Books; Bookcases;
A portrait of the justices of the North Dakota Supreme Court. Top, left to right: Judge John Burke, Judge William L. Nuessle, Judge Alexander G. Burr, Judge Adolph M. Christianson, and Judge George Moelring;...
Judge E.B. Goss and Mr. Beighle with catch at Lake Metigoshe, N.D.
Lakes & ponds; Fishing; Fishermen; Fish; Rowboats; Coastlines;
Judge E.B. Goss and Mr. Beighle stand holding the many fish they have caught at Lake Metigoshe. Rowboats and the lake are visible in the background.
North Dakota Supreme Court justices, Bismarck, N.D.
Judges; Judicial proceedings; Courtrooms; Books; Bookcases;
A portrait of the justices of the North Dakota Supreme Court. Left to right: Judge John Burke, Judge William L. Nuessle, Judge Luther E. Birdzell, Judge Adolph M. Christianson, and Judge Alexander G. Burr,...
Bottineau County Old Settlers and Pioneers picnic group portrait, Bottineau, N.D.
Members of the Bottineau County Old Settlers and Pioneers gather for a group portrait. From left to right, front row: Alex Fairweather, Mrs. Alex Fairweather, Mrs. Maria McBain, Mrs. S.M. Nichol, Mrs....
Rep. W. J. Flanigan speaking at the unveiling of the Capitol cornerstone, Bismarck, N.D.
Capitols; Public speaking; Flags; Legislators; Politicians; Cornerstones;
Representative W.J. "Pat" Flanagan speaks at the unveiling of the State Capitol cornerstone. He stands at a small table flanked by the American and North Dakota flags. Other men stand inside the partially...
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