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1. John F. Kennedy and Frank Knox departing fairgrounds, Fargo, N.D. John F. Kennedy and Frank Knox departing fairgrounds, Fargo, N.D. Legislators; Crowds; Senator John F. Kennedy shakes hands with members of the crowd at the fairgrounds in Fargo. He wears a button reading "Burdick June 28", indicating the special election then Congressman Quentin Burdick...

2. Snake Creek Pumping Plant ground breaking ceremony dinner program Snake Creek Pumping Plant ground breaking ceremony dinner program Pumping stations; Dinner parties; Programs; Ground breaking ceremonies; Governors; Legislators; Souvenir program for the dinner held on the occasion of the ground breaking for the Snake Creek Pumping Plant, part of the Garrison Diversion Unit. The program includes photographs of speakers Stewart...

3. Garrison Diversion Unit ground breaking ceremony program Garrison Diversion Unit ground breaking ceremony program Ground breaking ceremonies; Programs; Legislators; Clowns; Air shows; Parachuting; Bands; Concerts; Water skiing; Governors; Dancers; A souvenir program distributed on the occasion of the ground breaking for the Garrison Diversion Unit. The schedule of events for the day included a concert by the Devils Lake Elks Band, aerial acrobatics,...

4. John F. Kennedy and press in Patterson Gold Room, Bismarck, N.D. John F. Kennedy and press in Patterson Gold Room, Bismarck, N.D. Legislators; Journalists; Chairs; Flags; Pianos; Senator John F. Kennedy speaks to members of the press in the Gold Room of the Patterson Hotel in Bismarck. A sign set up at the front of the room reads "We like Jack Minot State Teachers College Young...

5. North Dakota 1969 House Democrats, Bismarck, N.D. 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,...

6. Press conference, election observers, Saigon airport, Vietnam Press conference, election observers, Saigon airport, Vietnam Political elections; Voting; Press conferences; Governors; Clergy; Journalists; Members of the press interview American election observers at the Saigon, Vietnam airport. North Dakota Governor William L. Guy sits in the second row, directly behind the middle man seated at the table....

7. Christmas breakfast with the Fiskes Christmas breakfast with the Fiskes Christmas decorations; Christmas trees; Families; Three female members of the Fiske family meet for breakfast on Christmas 1934. Crepe paper decorated with bells hangs from the ceiling, and the table is set with a variety of foods. A Christmas tree is...

8. William L. Guy and Quentin Burdick with President John F. Kennedy in car, University of North Dakota, William L. Guy and Quentin Burdick with President John F. Kennedy in car, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, N.D. Crowds; Automobiles; Presidents; Legislators; Governors; Governor William L. Guy and Senator Quentin Burdick sit in the front seat of a car, while President John F. Kennedy turns away from the camera and gestures to members of the crowd behind him during a visit...

9. 42nd North Dakota Legislative Assembly group portrait 42nd North Dakota Legislative Assembly group portrait Legislators; Group portraits; Members of the 42nd North Dakota Legislative Assembly pose for a group portrait in an unknown location.

10. Christmas breakfast with the Fiskes Christmas breakfast with the Fiskes Christmas decorations; Photographs; Families; Three female members of the Fiske family meet for breakfast on Christmas 1934. Crepe paper decorated with bells hangs from the ceiling, and the table is set with a variety of foods. Family portraits and...

11. Woburn Farmers Band Woburn Farmers Band Bands; Musicians; Musical instruments; Farmers; Postcards; Members of the Woburn, N.D. Farmers Band hold their instruments and play outside of a wooden building.

12. Kundigers with neighbors and dogs, Burke County, N.D. Kundigers with neighbors and dogs, Burke County, N.D. Girls; Children; Dogs; Families; Dolls; Group portraits; Members of the Kundiger family and neighbors pose with puppies, dogs and a doll, either at the Kundiger farm in Carter Township or at their home in Flaxton. Left to right: Unknown, Louise Kundiger, Dora...

13. Goldbrick Gazette, March 25, 1937 Goldbrick Gazette, March 25, 1937 Newspapers; Work camps; Weddings; Sporting goods; Hospitals; Joking; Advertisements; Issue contains articles on men leaving the camp, weddings of camp members, education news from the camp, a shortage of sports equipment, hospital news, jokes, ads from local businesses, and a complete...

14. McLaughlin Fair McLaughlin Fair Broncos; Horses; Cowboys; Fences; Fairs; A cowboy holds on as a horse rears up at the McLaughlin Fair. Other cowboys and members of the crowd watch from the background. Many are gathered around a chute labeled 1. Other horses are visible in the...

15. Goldbrick Gazette, July 14, 1937 Goldbrick Gazette, July 14, 1937 Newspapers; Singing; Singers; Radio stations; Baseball players; Painting; Signs (Notices); Joking; Work camps; Issue features stories on appearance by camp members on KFJM Grand Forks radio station, examinations, arrival of baseball uniforms, small news items from other camps, park signs, painting of a hospital,...

16. Goldbrick Gazette, June 4, 1937 Goldbrick Gazette, June 4, 1937 Newspapers; Bee culture; Baseball players; Lifeguards; Examinations; Work camps; Issue features stories on bee culture and a donation of a bee hive to the camp, demotions, results of a baseball game against another camp, a life guard at a Grand Forks camp, extension of the CCC program...

17. Goldbrick Gazette, February 24, 1937 Goldbrick Gazette, February 24, 1937 Newspapers; Work camps; Blood donations; First aid; Bands; Hospitals; Advertisements; Issue contains articles on a blood drive in the camp, a visit from an FBI agent, news of a first aid course, a call for new band members, hospital news , medical advice, a sports review, and ads from local...

18. Civilian Conservation Corps members excavating Chateau de Mores wine cellar, Medora, N.D. Civilian Conservation Corps members excavating Chateau de Mores wine cellar, Medora, N.D. Wine cellars; Bottles; Crates; Three members of a Civilian Conservation Corps work team work with glass bottles removed from the wine cellar of the Chateau de Mores. Cleaned bottles are stacked in crates, and some are stacked on the...

19. Restoration work at Chateau de Mores, Medora, N.D. Restoration work at Chateau de Mores, Medora, N.D. Conservation & restoration; Houses; Porches; Windows; Members of what might be a Civilian Conservation Corps team do work to help restore the main house building at the Chateau de Mores. Windows have been boarded up, and the porch partially dismantled. Trucks...

20. High school football team, Flasher, N.D. High school football team, Flasher, N.D. Football; Football players; Group portraits; Grain elevators; Members of the Flasher High School football team pose for a team portrait while wearing their uniforms. Two men in suits, likely coaches, stand behind the players. Grain elevators are visible in the distance....
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