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1. Governor William L. Guy and Dorothy Stickney in the Governor's Office, Bismarck, N.D. Governor William L. Guy and Dorothy Stickney in the Governor's Office, Bismarck, N.D. Governors; Actresses; Books; Reading; Flags; Governor William L. Guy and Dorothy Stickney stand together in the Governor's Office in Bismarck, holding a copy of Elwyn B. Robinson's book History of North Dakota.

2. North Dakota Highway Patrol at North Dakota State Capitol North Dakota Highway Patrol at North Dakota State Capitol Police; Automobiles; Capitols; Officers of the North Dakota Highway Patrol stand with their cars in front of the Capitol Building in Bismarck. Identfied officers are: W.J. Flanningan, Frank Patnam, George Swenson, George Robinson, Emil...

3. Bismarck High School graduating class Bismarck High School graduating class Alumni & alumnae; Students; Group portraits; Members of the 1893 Bismarck High School graduating class pose for a group portrait. The students are identified as, left to right: Katherine Staley, Fannie Dunn, John Bostrom, Jennie McNider, Maud Robinson,...

4. Dakota Theater and Provident Life buildings, Bismarck, N.D. Dakota Theater and Provident Life buildings, Bismarck, N.D. Ice cream & ices; Automobile service stations; Motion picture theaters; Insurance companies; Bicycles & tricycles; Automobiles; Children; Crowds; Boys; Girls; A crowd gathers in a downtown Bismarck parking lot for an unknown event. Many children are present, and quite a few bicycles and cars are parked in the area. A large trailer or truck is partially visible,...

5. Main Street, Mott, N.D. Main Street, Mott, N.D. Men; Women; Automobiles; Courthouses; Carts & wagons; Automobiles; Butcher shops; Drugstores; Hotels; Banks; Hardware stores; Dirt roads; Horses; Horse teams; Streets; Business enterprises; A view of the unpaved Main Street in Mott, N.D. Businesses line the street and at the end of the street is the Hettinger County Courthouse. Visible businesses are the "Western Meat Co.," "Robison Drug...

6. Women sitting in tepee with Native American women cooking meat in kettle, Mandan Street Fair Women sitting in tepee with Native American women cooking meat in kettle, Mandan Street Fair Cookery; Kettles; Eating & drinking; Children; Tipis; Fairs; Two women wearing hats watch Native American women cook meat in a kettle during the Mandan Street Fair. One of the Native American women holds a child on her lap.

7. Main Street, Mott, N.D. Main Street, Mott, N.D. Streets; Business enterprises; Hardware stores; Drugstores; Banks; Banners; Signs (Notices); Automobiles; Carts & wagons; Flags; Men; Women; A view of Main Street in Mott, North Dakota. There are various banners and flags displayed outside of businesses. There is a mixture of cars and wagons in the street. A banner hung between two buildings...

8. Native American man smoking pipe in front of tipi, Mandan Street Fair Native American man smoking pipe in front of tipi, Mandan Street Fair Smoking; Pipes (Smoking); Tipis; Fairs; A Native American man sits on the ground and smokes a pipe in front of a tipi at the Mandan Street Fair. Another man is partially visible next to him.

9. Meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution, North Dakota State Society, Williston, N.D. Meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution, North Dakota State Society, Williston, N.D. Organizations; Churches; Meetings; Ribbons; Coats; Hats; Members of the North Dakota State Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution stand outside a church in Williston during meetings they held in the city. Many of the members wear official ribbons...

10. Members of the Badlands Chapter Daughters of American Revolution at George Washington bicentennial celebrations, Members of the Badlands Chapter Daughters of American Revolution at George Washington bicentennial celebrations, Washington, D.C. Costumes; Anniversaries; Banners; Flags; Organizations; Members of the Badlands Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution celebrate the bicentennial of the birth of George Washington in the nation's capital. All of the women wear costumes. Left to...

11. Civilian Conservation Corps documents and memoir 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...

12. Footbridge across Sheyenne River, Valley City, N.D. Footbridge across Sheyenne River, Valley City, N.D. Pedestrian bridges; Bridges; Rivers; Teachers colleges; Trees; A view of the pedestrian bridge over the Sheyenne River at Valley City. Two men stand on the bridge, and the campus of Valley City State Normal School is visible in the background.

13. Isaac P. Baker, Gen. Hugh L. Scott, Alexander McKenzie in front of the McKenzie Hotel, Bismarck, N.D. Isaac P. Baker, Gen. Hugh L. Scott, Alexander McKenzie in front of the McKenzie Hotel, Bismarck, N.D. Business people; Generals; Three men stand in front of a building posed for a picture. The men are identified as Isaac P. Baker, Gen. Hugh L. Scott, and Alexander McKenzie.

14. Oil well, Robinson, N.D. Oil well, Robinson, N.D. Petroleum industry; Oil wells; Automobiles; Wooden buildings; An oil derrick stands at left. A wooden building is at center with cars parked nearby.

15. Townley's oil well, Robinson, N.D. Townley's oil well, Robinson, N.D. Petroleum industry; Oil wells; Wooden buildings; Smokestacks; Smoke; An oil derrick stands at left.. Two wooden buildings, one at center, the other on the right, stand nearby. The building on the right has a smokestack and a cloud of black smoke is drifting to the right....

16. Doane Robinson and unknown men at Sitting Bull's grave Doane Robinson and unknown men at Sitting Bull's grave Graves; Death & burial; Monuments; Robinson seated on top of stone monument with other men standing and sitting around him. Grave has concrete pad, two stone pillars at corners with metal posts surrounding stone monument.

17. Doane Robinson and man at Sitting Bull's Grave, Fort Yates, N.D. Doane Robinson and man at Sitting Bull's Grave, Fort Yates, N.D. Graves; Death & burial; Monuments; Robinson is seated on top of the stone monument at Sitting Bull's grave in Fort Yates. Grave has concrete pad, two stone pillars at corners with metal posts surrounding stone monument. Another man stands...

18. Arthur Townley's oil well, Robinson, N.D. Arthur Townley's oil well, Robinson, N.D. Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Smoke; Two people walk on the land near Arthur Townley's oil well at Robinson, N.D. Smoke rises from the chimney of a building on the property.

19. Julius May's blind pig, White Earth, N.D. Julius May's blind pig, White Earth, N.D. Eating & drinking facilities; Alcoholic beverages; Horses; Children; Boys; Men standing outside a bling pig owned by Julius May in White Earth, N.D. pour themselves drinks. A man on horseback holds a full glass in his hand. A man on horseback looks out from inside the building....

20. 1974 Wells County Fair Poster 1974 Wells County Fair Poster Fairs; Posters; Wild west shows; Singing; Singers; Horse racing; Livestock judging; Exhibitions; A poster for the 1974 Wells County Fair advertises events from July 10-13 including the Buckskin Jack show, the Larry Robinson show, the Sherwin Linton and the Cotton Kings Show, the Billy Walker show,...
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