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Original Dunn County Courthouse exterior view, Manning, N.D.
Courthouses; Government facilities; County government;
This historic photograph shows the original Dunn County Courthouse. Built in 1908, it burned in 1914 and was replaced with the current courthouse. Empty prairie can be seen behind the one story structure....
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....
Post-State of the State interview with Governor Arthur Link news video
Interviews; Journalism; Political issues; Politicians; Governors;
KXJB reporter Phil Johnson interviews Governor Arthur Link after the delivery of his State of the State address. Governor Link reiterates and discusses some of the points made in the State of the State,...
Phil and Amy Prall portrait
Boys; Girls; Children; Families; Portrait photographs;
Phil Prall and his sister Amy pose for a formal portrait wearing white clothes. Amy sits at a small table with a book while Phil stands next to her.
Amy Prall and baby Phil Prall, Brantford, N.D.
Girls; Boys; Children; Families;
Amy Prall sits outside on the porch of a house and holds her baby brother Phil Prall. The baby wears a white gown.
Phil and Amy Prall in puddle, downtown Brantford, N.D.
Children; Boys; Girls; Automobiles; Hardware stores; Puddles;
Phil Prall and his sister Amy stand in a puddle in the street in downtown Brantford, N.D. The Brantford Hardware Company is visible behind them, and a car is parked on the street.
Amy Prall, Carrie Jensen and Phil Prall in front of Security State Bank, Brantford, N.D.
Banks; Boys; Girls; Children; Families;
Amy Prall, Carrie Jensen, and Phil Prall stand outside the Security State Bank in Brantford, N.D. The name of the bank is visible in the window. The Security State Bank was run by Walter Prall.
Phil Prall, Mary Johnson, Carrie Jensen, Amy Prall and unknown girl, Brantford, N.D.
Boys; Girls; Families; Trees; Houses;
Phil Prall, Mary Johnson, Carrie Jensen, Amy Prall and an unknown girl pose for a portrait in a yard in Brantford, N.D. The children stand next to a tree. Houses are visible in the distance.
Phil Prall, Amy Prall, and unidentified Reimers boy in front of house, Brantford, N.D.
Boys; Girls; Children; Families; Carts & wagons; Toys;
Phil Prall, his sister Amy, and one of the Reimers boys sit on the steps outside a house in Brantford, N.D. A toy horse is visible in a wagon in front of them.
Phil and Amy Prall with doll carriage, Brantford, N.D.
Boys; Girls; Families; Dolls;
Phil Prall sits on the ground while his sister Amy stands with a doll carriage on a raised walk in front of a house in Brantford, N.D. A garden and other houses are visible in the background.
Amy and Phil Prall with dog Trix in front of house, Brantford, N.D.
Dogs; Churches; Children; Boys; Girls; Snow; Winter;
Amy and Phil Prall stand outside a house with their dog Trix in Brantford, N.D. A church and several houses are visible behind them. The streets are wet, and snow is visible on the ground.
Phil and Amy Prall on roof, Brantford, N.D.
Children; Boys; Girls; Saws; Hammers; Painting; Carts & wagons;
Phil and Amy Prall sit on the roof of a small building in Brantford, N.D. Phil holds a hacksaw and Amy holds a hammer. Paint cans and other tools are visible in a wagon below them.
Violet West, Phil Prall and Viola West with car, Brantford, N.D.
Automobiles; Pumps; Air-supported structures;
Violet West, Phil Prall, and Viola West stand in front of a car in Brantford, N.D. Violet West appears to be using a pump, and Phil and Viola are holding something that requires inflation. They were from...
Amy and Phil Prall portrait
Boys; Girls; Children; Portrait photographs;
Amy Prall and her brother Phil pose for a formal portrait wearing white clothes. Amy wears a large bow in her hair.
Phil Hoghaug and John Davis at dedication ceremony for Interstate 29, Drayton, N.D.
Governors; Roads; Dedications; Elevated highways; Public speaking; Podiums; Crowds;
John Davis addresses a crowd from behind a podium at the dedication ceremony of Interstate 29 near Drayton. A crowd has assembled in the background to hear the speech. An overpass is visible in the background....
Kansas City Monarch Baseball Team, Muehlebach Field, Kansas City Mo.
Kansas City Monarchs standing side by side on field with fans in stands behind team at the opening game Negro Leagues' first Colored World Series in Kansas City, Missouri. From left to right players are...
North Dakota Centennial Band in concert, Dickinson, N.D.
Bands; Band uniforms; Musicians; Musical instruments;
Merton Utgaard conducts a performance of the North Dakota Centennial Band sponsored by the Dickinson Arts Council at the Phil Patterson Memorial Bandshell in Dickinson.
New Town school bus drivers on bus, New Town, N.D.
School buses; Bus drivers; Group portraits;
Bus drivers from New Town N.D. pose together for a group portrait on one of the buses. From left to right are Phil Weyrauch, Larry Goodall, Roger Anderson, Glenn Hasby, Herb White Owl, Jim McMaster, Opal...
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