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Old Settlers Reunion program
Reunions; Programs; Homesteading;
Program for the Red River Valley Old Settlers Reunion, held July 28, 1915 at the State Fair Grounds in Fargo. Speakers included Governor L.B. Hanna, Mayor H.F. Emery, former Governors Joseph Devine and...
North Dakota New York World's Fair Concert program
Exhibitions; Bands; Concerts; Dancers; Singers; Singing; Drill teams;
Souvenir program detailing the participants in a North Dakota themed concert held at on North Dakota Day at the World's Fair Assembly Pavilion during the New York World's Fair. Participants include the...
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...
John Burke statue to National Statuary Hall program
Sculpture; Programs; Dedications;
Program detailing the unveiling and presentation of the John Burke statue in Memorial Hall in Bismarck before the statue was moved to National Statuary Hall in Washington, D.C. to represent North Dakota....
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,...
Goldbrick Gazette, August 23, 1937
Equipment; Books; Employee vacations; Gardening; Vocational education; Newspapers; Work camps;
Issue covers topics such as new power tools for the camp shop, new books for the camp library, profits from the camp vegetable garden, leaves of staff, and a job placement program.
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...
Judge Adolph M. Christianson announcing program at North Dakota State Capitol cornerstone laying, Bismarck, N.D.
Judges; Cornerstones; Cornerstone laying; Flags; Public speaking; Crowds; Capitols;
Supreme Court judge Adolph M. Christianson stands at a podium and announces the program for the cornerstone laying ceremony at the North Dakota State Capitol building. Two KFYR microphones are visible...
Cleo Stone, Elizabeth Gillette, Laura Packineau, Ardella Stone, Maude Packineau, Elbowoods, N.D.
Dresses; Earrings; Group portraits;
Cleo Stone, Elizabeth Gillette, Laura Packineau, Ardella Stone, and Maude Packineau pose for a photograph at Elbowoods.
Miss Molly program, Wishek, N.D.
Theatrical productions; Playbills;
A copy of the program for the farce "Miss Molly" performed by The Friendship Circle Club of the Presbyterian Church in Wishek, N.D. The cast of characters and actors is noted, as well as various readings...
Public school program, Wishek, N.D.
Birthdays; Schools; Students; Boys; Girls; Flags;
A group of children, some holding American flags and some wearing striped headbands with stars pose on a stage, presumably for a celebration of George Washington's birthday. Flags are visible around the...
Civilian Conservation Corps documents and memoir
Forms (Documents); Assistance;
Includes a preliminary application form for Civilian Conservation Corps selection, a certificate of selection for the CCC, and a memoir written by Harold P. Leland of his time in the CCC in North Dakota...
U.S.S. North Dakota shipboard life documents
Battleships; Balls (Parties); Newspapers;
A collection of documents that illustrate life onboard the U.S.S. North Dakota. Included are a program from the first grand ball celebrating the ship, an activities log, and newsletters detailing goings...
Civilian Conservation Corps members on tractor and grader working road surface
Tractors; Graders (Earthmoving machinery); Road construction; Fences;
One man operates a tractor while two men ride behind on a grader levelling a road surface in North Dakota.
Trench warfare against the drouth, Adams County, N.D.
Cattle; Droughts; Horses;
Four men and a team of horses work to bury cattle killed in the 1934 drought in Adams County. Many carcasses have already been dumped in a large trench.
Horseshoes at Chautauqua, Lakewood Hotel, Devils Lake, N.D.
Chautauquas; Horseshoe pitching; Men; Hotels; Trees; Postcards; Signs (Notices); Wooden buildings;
A group of men in front of a wooden hotel building. The man furthest to the left holds a horseshoe in each hand. The man furthest to the right hold a sign that reads "Big program tonite. Olsen Concert...
Kelley Avenue, Devils Lake, N.D.
Carts & wagons; Sidewalks; Banks; Real estate business; Drugstores; Utility poles; Dirt roads; Postcards;
View of a business district. People walk along the sidewalks. Two carts are visible in the distance. The street is dirt. The first building on the left, the First National Bank, has a dome on part of the...
North Dakota Governor Welford at Front Street bridge dedication, Fargo, N.D.
Governors; Dedications; Bridges; Reporters; Public speaking;
The governor has made his speech and is making his way to the rear with his notes still in hand. The platform is full of reporters and dignitaries. Fargo is visible in the background.
Cactus, Sagebrush and Snowbells are a 'punk' diet for a nice old lady like me drought relief program Adams County, N.D.
Cattle; Droughts; Railroad freight cars; Starvation;
A starving cow affected by the drought in Adams County stands near a box car in the county.
Stem rust spreads from common barberry to grains and grasses, Richland County, N.D.
This excerpt from the 1923 annual report on progress on barberry eradication shows the area of farmland that stem rust from one small barberry hedge can infect.
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