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Lanes, Donald G., 1921...
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Stuart Symington and Quentin Burdick at press conference, Fargo, N.D.
Press conferences; Legislators; Buttons (Information artifacts);
Senator Stuart Symington and Congressman Quentin Burdick sit at a table and address the press during a press conference in Fargo. Symington wears a Burdick campaign button on his lapel. Three women watch...
Garrison Dam public meeting
Dams; Construction; Military uniforms; Plans; Governors; Meetings;
Two men from the Army Corps of Engineers address a crowd of people at a public meeting called to address the dam. North Dakota Governor C. Norman Brunsdale sits at the table. A plan of the dam is posted...
Mrs. William Guy Sr., Jean Guy and Mrs. Richard Larsen at joint session of 42nd Legislative Assembly, Bismarck, N.D.
Legislators; Spouses; Capitols; Public speaking;
Mrs. William Guy, Sr., Jean Guy, Mrs. Richard Larsen, and another woman sit together at a joint session of the 42nd North Dakota Legislative Assembly in Bismarck. Legislators sit at their desks in the...
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,...
Excerpt from Arthur Link's State of the State address on funding North Dakota Heritage Center construction video
Public speaking; Government officials; Governors; Construction; Galleries & museums;
Excerpt of Governor Link talking about the fundraising for the construction of the North Dakota Heritage Center during his 1977 State of the State address.
Group of students in front of the John Gilberg School with Hope Mattoon, the teacher, Mott, N.D.
Schools; School children; Teachers; Boys; Girls; Women; One-room schools; Privies; Photographic postcards; Group portraits;
A group of students and their teacher identified as Hope Mattoon pose for a photograph in front of a school house identified as the John Gilberg School in Mott, North Dakota. Also visible in the background...
When steel gang entered Mott, N.D.
Men; Women; Railroads; Crowds; Carts & wagons; Railroad locomotives; Photographic postcards;
A crowd of people is gathered to meet the first train that came into Mott. In the center of the crowd the train is visible and people are sitting and standing in wagons trying to get a better look.
Mott Concert Band, N.D.
Music; Music ensembles; Musical instruments; Musicians; Drums; Trumpets; Tubas; Trombones; Men; Boys; Teenagers; Photographic postcards;
A view of the Mott Concert Band, comprised of men and boys, posed for a photograph. The group is sitting in a field with 7 people standing in the back row, 10 people kneeling in the middle row, and 7 people...
Automobiles in front of building Mott, N.D.
Men; Automobiles; Buildings; Photographic postcards; Hotels;
A view of a group of men sitting in or standing near four automobiles which are in front of a two-story building (probably the Brown Hotel).
C. Norman Brunsdale and Easter Seals campaign representatives, Bismarck, N.D.
People with disabilities; Charity; Charitable organizations; Girls; Governors;
Governor C. Norman Brunsdale delivers an address to a KFYR microphone with members of the 1957 Easter Seals campaign.
Eleanor Roosevelt and Carrie Brunsdale in car, Bismarck, N.D.
Automobiles; Bouquets; Presidents' spouses;
Eleanor Roosevelt, Carrie Brunsdale, and an unidentified woman sit in the back seat of a car on the way from Bismarck Airport. Mrs. Roosevelt was in town to address a Poppy Day gathering.
Letter from Estella to DeFrantie Kingsley
Religious services; Sunday schools; Animals; Plants; Carts & wagons; Guests; Correspondence;
A letter from Estella S. to DeFrantie Kingsley talking about her life in Eckelson, Dakota Territory. She talks about church services, Sunday School, visits from friends and family from the East, riding...
William Guy delivering radio address
Radio broadcasting; Telephones; Public speaking; Politicians; Governors;
Governor William Guy sits at a table and reads from a typewritten piece of paper into a microphone. Other microphones, a telephone, and an ashtray are visible on the table top.
Gassman Coulee railroad bridge, Minot, N.D.
Railroad bridges; Postcards; Canyons;
A view of a railroad trestle spanning a canyon.
The People's Drug Store, Stanley, N.D.
Drugstores; Postcards; Pharmacists; Men; Storefronts; Window displays;
A brick drugstore building. The address, 1807, is clearly visible. Four men are at the entrance, the man furthest to the left wearing a lab coat. The street is in the foreground.
Abner O'Neal at landing, Mandan, N.D.
Logs; Building materials; Horses; Carts & wagons; Steamboats; Postcards; Mooring; Piers & wharves; Waterfronts;
A steamboat moored on a wooded shoreline. A horse and wagon is transporting materials just left of center. Workers are following the wagon. In the foreground there are two piles of logs.
Blanch Street, Beach, N.D.
Speculative houses; Drugstores; Streets; Carts & wagons; Carriages & coaches; Storefronts; Street lights; Postcards; Sidewalks;
A street scene looking straight down the street. Storefronts are partially visible on both sides. There are many wagons and carriages parked on the street, mostly on the right side. People are scattered...
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.
Governor Petersen at Front Street bridge dedication Fargo, N.D.
Governors; Dedications; Bridges; Reporters;
Minnesota Governor Hjalmar Petersen giving a speech at a bridge dedication ceremony. Reporters stand with him on the platform. Part of Fargo is visible in the background.
V-mail to parents from Don Lanes
Don Lanes writes a letter home to his parents in Grafton, N.D. updating them on how he is doing, and a forthcoming raise and promotion he hopes to get.
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