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Letter to Myron H. Bright from John F. Kennedy
Correspondence; Legislators; Presidential elections;
Letter to Myron H. Bright from Senator John F. Kennedy in which Kennedy praises Bright for his work on Quentin Burdick's election campaign to fill William Langer's senate seat. The letter was written shortly...
Fritzie and Myron Bright with Quentin Burdick and Lyndon B. Johnson at the White House, Washington, D.C.
Presidents; Legislators; Judges; Spouses;
Frances "Fritzie" Bright, her husband Myron, and Senator Quentin Burdick stand with President Lyndon B. Johnson at the White House. The Brights were in Washington for Myron Bright's appointment hearing...
Invitation to Bill Clinton's Presidential Inaugural parade
Invitations; Presidents; Parades & processions; Inaugurations;
Invitation to Judge Myron H. Bright to Bill Clinton's Presidential Inaugural parade in Washington on January 20th, 1993.
Patricia Shaughnessy, Myron H. Bright, Kent Conrad and Conrad aide, Washington, D.C.
Judges; Legislators; Group portraits; Flags;
Patricia Shaughnessy, Judgy Myron H. Bright, Senator Kent Conrad, and an aide to the Senator stand together for a photograph, likely in the senator's office in Washington. Shaughnessy was a U.S. Supreme...
Invitation to Bill Clinton's Presidential Inaugural ball
Invitations; Presidents; Balls (Parties); Inaugurations;
Invitation to Judge Myron H. Bright to Bill Clinton's Presidential Inaugural ball in Washington on January 20th, 1993.
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....
President John F. Kennedy and Governor William L. Guy at White House, Washington, D.C.
Presidents; Governors; Portrait photographs;
President John F. Kennedy and Governor William L. Guy pause their conversation for a photograph at the White House, likely during the trip Governor Guy and his wife made to Washington for the President's...
Miles S. Horn (White Crow), Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall and Horn's painting, Washington, D.C.
Paintings; Buffaloes; Hunting;
Miles. S. Horn, also known as White Crow, inspects one of his paintings with Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall. The painting is of Indians hunting buffalo.
Company M 4th Infantry, Fort Lincoln, Bismarck, N.D.
Soldiers; Group portraits;
The men of Company M, 4th Infantry pose for a group portrait at Fort Lincoln. Men are identified as follows: On porch, left to right: Cpl. Joe Conti, Cpl. John Mastawaskas, Pvt. Von Kammerman, Pvt. Cecil...
Raised 'em myself in my U.S. School Garden poster
War posters; Gardening; Boys; Baskets; Vegetables; School gardens;
U.S. School Garden Army, Bureau of Education, Department of Interior promotional poster depicting a smiling boy and a basket of home-grown vegetables.
The seeds of victory insure the fruits of peace poster
War posters; Gardening; Vegetables; Boys; Flags;
National War Garden Commission promotional poster picturing a boy carrying a hoe and marching with a group of garden vegetables.
Henry R. Porter's house, Washington, D.C.
Boys; Bicycles & tricycles; Houses; Awnings; Trees;
A boy with a bicycle stands on the sidewalk in front of Dr. Henry R. Porter's house in Washington, D.C. Awnings cover the windows, and many trees surround the house.
Governor's reception room, North Dakota State Capitol, Bismarck, N.D.
Capitols; Desks; Chairs; Reception rooms;
A view into the reception room for the Governor's Office in the North Dakota State Capitol building. Several chairs have been placed around the room, and a desk and chair for a secretary is visible. A...
C. Norman Brunsdale being sworn in as a senator by Richard M. Nixon, Washington, D.C.
Legislators; Oaths; Flags; Vice presidents;
C. Norman Brunsdale is sworn in as a senator from North Dakota by Vice President Richard M. Nixon. North Dakota's other senator, Milton R. Young watches.
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...
Die Vereinigten Staaten von Nord-America
Maps; Rivers; Discovery & exploration;
This map appears to present more accurately the locations of rivers, lakes, and other features of the region that is today North Dakota which was Prince Maximilian's destination. The Red, the Missouri,...
Map of Lewis and Clark's track across the western portion of North America, from the Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean by order of the executive of the United States in 1804, 5 & 6
Explorers; Maps; Rivers; Trails & paths;
Samuel Lewis drew this map of the trail followed by the Corps of Discovery in 1804, 1805, and 1806. He published the map in 1814.
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...
Naval Arms Limitation Treaty and Navy Day documents
Navies; Governors; Legislators; Correspondence; Telegrams; Celebrations;
A selection of documents arranged to show the opinions of Americans and North Dakotans on the role of the Navy, naval disarmament, and a celebration of the Navy's accomplishments. Included are a letter...
Documents related to return of the U.S.S. North Dakota's silver service
Tableware; Battleships; Legislators; Correspondence; Laws; Legislation;
A collection of documents pertaining to the return of the U.S.S. North Dakota's silver service after the decommissioning of the ship. Letters between Frederick Cathro and Congressman James Sinclair, Cathro...
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