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C. Norman Brunsdale dedicating plaque at North Dakota's biggest tree near Mayville, N.D.
Curiosities & wonders; Trees; Governors; Contests; Signs (Notices);
Governor C. Norman Brunsdale stands next to a sign dedicating North Dakota's biggest tree, four miles southeast of Mayville. The sign reads: "North Dakota's Biggest Tree Cottonwood height 108.2 ft. circum....
Liberty Memorial Bridge, Bismarck, N.D.
A view of the Liberty Memorial Bridge. Many trees are visible along the shore.
Edwin Steinwand and other CCC members at mealtime
Laborers; Uniforms; Eating & drinking;
Edwin Steinwand and other members of Civilian Conservation Corps company 795 pause for a meal in an open area. A truck is parked in the background.
Civilian Conservation Corps men at work on stone bridge, North Dakota Badlands
Stone bridges; Laborers; Trucks;
Men from CCC company 2771 or 2772 work to finish the top of a large stone bridge over a small creek in the North Dakota Badlands. A truck is parked at one end of the bridge.
New garage at Civilian Conservation Corps camp 2771 and 2772 near Watford City, N.D.
Garages; Trucks; Wheelbarrows; Wooden buildings;
A truck is visible emerging from one of the stalls of the new wooden garage at CCC camp 2771 and 2772. Wheelbarrows are propped up agains the near wall. The previous garages were destroyed in a fire.
Main Avenue, Bismarck, N.D.
Drugstores; Banks; Carts & wagons; Crowds; Sidewalks; Awnings; Advertisements;
A view of some of the buildings and businesses along Main Avenue in Bismarck. Several people stand on the sidewalk in front a building advertising Drugs on the awning out front. Two men stand in a wagon...
Margaret Kilmer, Bismarck, N.D.
Benches; Wooden buildings; Hats;
A young woman sits on a wooden bench. A wooden building is situated behind her. She wears trousers, a blouse, and a hat. Her feet rest on unpaved ground.
Frederic Francis Gerard's letters to his daughters
Fur trade; Nuns; Correspondence; Fathers; Families; Insurance; Campaigns & battles; Boarding schools; Clergy;
A series of four letters written by Frederic Francis Gerard to his four daughters. Gerard talks about General Custer and the Battle of the Little Bighorn, admonishes them for their homesickness at boarding...
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...
John Gates on horseback
Rodeos; Horses; Horseback riding; Crowds; Automobiles;
John Gates, arena director of the Fort Yates rodeo sits on horseback. Groups of people and cars are visible in the background.
Steamer Helena with Indians on board
Steamboats; Indigenous peoples; Waterfronts;
The Power Line's Steamer Helena is moored on the shore to unload passengers. Two large sparring poles hang on either side of her bow. An Indian on the upper deck is wearing a feather headdress. On shore...
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...
Mark Kellogg diary
Reporters; Military life; Military tactics; Military officers; Troop movements; Campaigns & battles;
The diary is composed of 37 sheets of copy paper and documents Kellogg's time reporting on the Big Horn-Yellowstone Expedition of 1876 when he accompanied George Armstrong Custer and the 7th Cavalry during...
DeMers Bridge viewed from Point Bridge, Grand Forks, N.D.
Rivers; Smokestacks; Grain elevators; Trees; Bridges; Postcards; Wooden buildings;
The river has a slight bend in the foreground. In the distance a bridge is visible. On the left shore there is a grain elevator and a smokestack. Trees are on both shores.
View of Beach, N.D.
Grain elevators; Steeples; Houses; Sheds; Wooden buildings; Postcards; Cityscape photographs;
An overview of the town from the outskirts. Two grain elevators are in the distance on the left. A variety of houses, shacks and sheds are visible in the town. A church steeple is in the distance at right....
Northern Pacific railroad bridge, Bismarck, N.D.
Railroad bridges; Rivers; Sheds; Grasses; Postcards;
A steel railroad bridge crossing a wide river. There is a shed on shore in the foreground, surrounded by grass.
Old Main building after tornado, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, Dakota Territory
Universities & colleges; Tornadoes;
A view of Old Main after tornado damage. Part of the walls are down and brick is scattered on the ground. Workmen are standing on the second floor which has no walls, workmen are on the ground and a man...
U.S.S. North Dakota, Wills's cigarettes
Battleships; Cigarette cards;
Starboard view of the U.S.S. North Dakota on a Wills's Cigarette card, no. 16 in the set, The World's Dreadnoughts.
Custer Trail sign, Fort Abraham Lincoln, near Mandan, N.D.
Signs (Notices); Military facilities; Trails & paths;
A sign made of boards and bricks identifies the route taken by George Custer and the 7th Cavalry from Fort Abraham Lincoln to the Little Big Horn River in Montana.
Custer Trail marker, New Salem, N.D.
Signs (Notices); Trails & paths; Military camps;
A sign made of boards, bricks, and stone marks a place near where Custer and the 7th Cavalry made camp near New Salem, N.D. on their way to the Little Big Horn.
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