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Rolland Redlin William L. Guy, Jean Guy, and Walter Christensen view plans for Kennedy Memorial Center, Bismarck, N.D.
Governors; Legislators; Spouses; Plans;
Congressman Rolland Redlin, Governor William L. Guy, Jean Guy, and a man who may be state treasurer Walter Christensen view the plans for the Kennedy Memorial Center to be built in Bismarck, N.D.
Dorothy Stickney receiving Rough Rider Award, Bismarck, N.D.
Governors; Actresses; Legislators; Flags; Awards;
Governor William L. Guy holds aloft the large proclamation commissioning Dorothy Stickney as a Colonel in the Teddy Roosevelt Rough Riders, later known as the Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider Award. Dorothy...
Business district, Warwick, N.D.
Hotels; Banks; General stores; Horses; Carts & wagons; Lumberyards;
Carts and horses are parked outside of businesses in Warwick, N.D. Visible businesses include St. Anthony and Dakota Elevator Co., the Warwick Hotel, a general store, and a brick building that might be...
Emma Kundiger with school class, New Paynesville, Minn.
School children; Students; Boys; Girls; Teachers; Group portraits;
Emma Kundiger with her school class and teacher outside the school in New Paynesville, Minn. Emma may be on the far left in the bottom row.
St. Paul's Lutheran Church and parsonage, Flaxton, N.D.
Lutheran churches; Churches; Snow; Winter; Religious dwellings;
A view of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Flaxton, next to a house, which may be the parsonage. Snow is visible on the ground.
Group outside RB Town General Store, Flaxton, N.D.
General stores; Awnings; Wooden sidewalks;
Several men and women stand outside of the general store in Flaxton. The sign reads "R.B. Town," but the business may be Town & Davis, General Store and Farm Machinery, which was founded in 1902 by Charley...
Louise Kundiger 72nd birthday party at William Kundiger Farm, Burke County, N.D.
Families; Birthdays; Birthday parties; Cakes;
A large group has gathered on the William Kundiger farm to celebrate Louise Kundiger's 70th birthday. Dora Kundiger can be seen on the left in the photograph, the first standing woman. William Kundiger...
Group at Mouse River Park, Tolley, N.D.
Hats; Group portraits;
A group of young women with one young man stand on some sort of wooden frame, perhaps a bridge, at Mouse River Park, Tolley, N.D. Emma Kunidger may be among the group.
Goldbrick Gazette, May 22, 1937
Newspapers; Advertisements; Stoves; Leather goods; Physicians; Baseball players; Work camps;
Issue contains articles on the camp baseball team, new stoves, the retirement of the camp doctor, new leather for leather crafts, and ads from local companies.
Goldbrick Gazette, May 15, 1937
Newspapers; Advertisements; Baseball players; Gardening; Work camps;
Issue contains articles on the camp baseball team and game schedule, an update on the camp garden, and advertisements from local businesses.
Goldbrick Gazette, May 26, 1937
Newspapers; Work camps; Vocational education; Softball; Lathes; Joking; Advertisements;
Issue contains articles on the future of the CCC, job seeking advice, review of the softball team, warnings agains poison ivy, news of a new lathe in camp, jokes, and ads from local businesses.
Goldbrick Gazette, May 6, 1937
Newspapers; Advertisements; Baseball players; Singing; Singers; Work camps;
Issue contains articles on the camp band, the camp baseball team, new arrivals in the camp, the camp vocal group, and ads from local businesses.
Rambler, May 1938
Newspapers; Work camps; Mosquitos; Baseball;
Issue contains articles on personnel changes at the camp, camp beautification efforts, arrival of mosquito netting, sports review and baseball statistics.
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...
Rambler, May 1939
Newspapers; Work camps; Radio stations; Remodeling; Cartoons (Commentary); Baseball; Trees;
Issue contains articles on the installation of a radio station at the camp, the arrival of a mixer for the camp kitchen, camp renovations, cartoons, tree planting efforts, and sports news.
Men at Peter Johan's barn 8 miles southwest of Carrington, N.D.
Barns; Carriages & coaches; Horses; Schools; Boys;
Will Kallberg, Alfred Anderson, Ed Kallberg, and Emil Smith sit or stand in front of Peter Johan's barn near Carrington, N.D. To the left, the Pleasant Valley School may be seen.
Alice Olson with students at Clement School, Dickey County, N.D.
Teachers; Students; Rural schools; Schools; School children; Boys; Girls; Grain elevators;
Teacher Alice Olson stands with students outside the Clement School in Clement Township, N.D. The windows of the schoolhouse are open. Grain elevators may be seen in the distance.
Floyd Henderson takes lady friends for ride in buggy, Regent, N.D.
Carriages & coaches; Grain elevators; Horses;
Floyd Henderson takes two ladies in large hats for a buggy ride in Regent, N.D. Grain elevators in Regent may be seen in the distance.
Samuel T. May speaker at cornerstone laying ceremony of Stickney Hall, State Normal School, Dickinson, N.D.
Cornerstone laying; Cornerstones; Public speaking; Teachers colleges; Umbrellas; Bands;
College president Samuel T. May speaks during the cornerstone laying ceremony for Stickney Hall at the State Normal School in Dickinson. The Dickinson City Band is visible sitting on the 'stage', really...
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.
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