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1. Office of legislative reference librarian, Public Library Commission, Bismarck, N.D. Office of legislative reference librarian, Public Library Commission, Bismarck, N.D. Libraries; Government facilities; Bookcases; Card catalogs; Desks; Librarians; Iver A. Acker sits behind a roll top desk in the office of the legislative reference librarian in the capitol building in Bismarck. The room is filled with several large bookshelves, and a small card catalog...

2. North Dakota Supreme Court justices 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;...

3. United Farmers League conference material United Farmers League conference material Pamphlets; Correspondence; Farmers; Farm relief; A collection featuring the front page from a pamphlet advertising the United Farmers' League conference in Bismarck in April 1934, and a letter to State Librarian Lillian Cook from Wing, N.D. asking for...

4. Roosevelt Park Highway, N.D. Badlands Roosevelt Park Highway, N.D. Badlands Dirt roads; Trees; National parks & reserves; A view of a dirt road in Theodore Roosevelt National Park winding through trees and up into the hills.

5. North Dakota State Capitol, Bismarck, N.D. North Dakota State Capitol, Bismarck, N.D. Capitols; Libraries; Stone buildings; Lawns; Trees; Postcards; The North Dakota State Capitol building stands at center. There is a shorter modern extension to the left of the main building. The Liberty Memorial Building is partially visible through the trees at right....
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