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World War II postcard sent by Bernard Stasney
Postcards; Tents; Skunks; Military uniforms; Soldiers;
A skunk pursues a soldier running away holding a rifle. The sun looks down from the sky, and tents from a military camp are visible in the background. The text reads "I went through my first gas attack...
Plaza Community Hall, Plaza, N.D.
Carts & wagons; Utility poles; Community centers;
Three quarter view from garage side of building showing back and side. Shows two large entrances ground level, basement to building, wooden wagon parked beside building, no trees, one utility pole. This...
Elmore Y. Sarles cemetery marker, Hillsboro Cemetery, Hillsboro, N.D.
Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Monuments; Cemeteries; Governors;
A view of the cemetery marker at Hillsboro Cemetery no. 1, Eldorado Township for Governor Elmore Y. Sarles. The stone reads "E.Y. Sarles Jan 15, 1859 Feb. 14, 1929 Dad Governor N. Dak. 1905-1907."
William L. Guy and David Strauss with painting of Jean Guy
William L. Guy and David Strauss stand in front of a wall with several paintings hanging on it, including one of Jean Guy.
Flood waters in rural area, Red River Valley, N.D.
Floods; Rivers; Disasters; Snow; Signs (Notices);
Flood waters surround buildings and playground equipment in a rural area of the Red River Valley. A sign reading "No Parking Here" is visible in the water, next to a snowbank.
Sign at Central Fire Station, Grand Forks, N.D.,
Floods; Rivers; Disasters; Trucks; Fire stations;
A sign outside the Central Fire Station in Grand Forks reads "We're here to fight No surrender Local 1099" in response to the 1997 floods. Trucks from the fire department and National Guard are parked...
C. Norman Brunsdale visiting Moody Air Force Base, Georgia
Air forces; Governors; Flags; Military facilities;
C. Norman Brunsdale stands with a man in an Air Force uniform during a visit to Moody Air Force Base in Georgia. Both men look at a flag on the wall with the message "Fargo Welcomes You."
Martha Washington Carter, Warwick, N.D.
Coats; Hats; Fences; Houses; Trees;
Martha Washinton Carter wears a checked coat and hat and stands in front of a fenced in yard. A tree and a house are visible behind her.
Elsie Milde at her sister Bertha's house, Wishek, N.D.
Coats; Hats; Houses; Handbags;
Elsie Milde stands wearing a coat and hat and carrying a handbag outside her sister Bertha Adler's house in Wishek.
North Ward School, Bismarck, N.D.
Trees; Lawns; Schools; Postcards;
A color postcard view of the North Ward School or William Moore School in Bismarck. Many trees surround the school.
Red Trail Bridge, Medora, N.D.
View of the Red Trail Bridge at Medora. Buttes are visible in the background.
Mouse River Bridge at McKinney, N.D.
Bridges; Rivers; Fishing;
View of the Mouse River Bridge at McKinney, N.D. On the left, a person is fishing on or near the river bank. Trees line the river bank on both sides.
Liberty Memorial Bridge, Bismarck, N.D.
A view of the Liberty Memorial Bridge. Many trees are visible along the shore.
Civilian Conservation Corps Camp DPE 72 Company 2761, Langdon, N.D.
Tents; Camps; Wooden buildings;
A view of the tents and wooden buildings that make up CCC camp 2761 in Langdon.
Leo Paldt and Muggs, Civilian Conservation Corps company 2772 camp near Watford City, N.D.
Dogs; Camps; Uniforms; Signs (Notices); Barracks;
A man and a dog standiin front of a wood frame building with a sign over the door showing "Barracks NO 8 CO 2772."
Truck repair on number 14, CCC camp 2772 near Watford City, N.D.
Trucks; Maintenance & repair; Garages; Wooden buildings;
Two men in front of a wood frame building look at a truck radiator still mounted on the front fenders sitting on the ground. The number 14 is painted on the truck's radiator.
Truck number 14 out on the road
Trucks; Dirt roads;
Maurice Martin's first truck he drove for CCC camp 2772, number 14 sits on the road on a worksite near the camp. Snow covers the ground, and fabric or paper covers the truck's radiator.
Wrecked Reo truck 16 after tornado
Truck number 16 sits twisted and destroyed in an open area after being damaged by a tornado. One man was killed in the damage, another badly injured, and another man untouched.
Man by barracks door, Civilian Conservation Corps camp 2771 and 2772, near Watford City, N.D.
Suits (Clothing); Barracks; Laborers;
An unidentified man stands at the door of barracks 8 of CCC camp no 2772. He wears a suit.
Carl Wishek and Jimmie Godfrey, Ashley, N.D.
Infants; Boys; Baby carriages; Benches;
Carl Wishek sits in a baby carriage with another baby identified as Jimmie Godfrey while a man sitting on a bench in front of a building looks at the two boys. A parasol helps to shield both infants from...
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