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1. Quentin Burdick and William L. Guy with democratic workers at Fargo Post Office Quentin Burdick and William L. Guy with democratic workers at Fargo Post Office Buttons (Information artifacts); Political campaigns; Political elections; Legislators; A woman identified only as Ms. Hunter (later Mrs. Halgrimson) pins a Burdick campaign button on the candidate himself, Quentin Burdick, while an unidentified woman pins another Burdick button on William...

2. John F. Kennedy, William L. Guy and Quentin Burdick in car, Fargo, N.D. John F. Kennedy, William L. Guy and Quentin Burdick in car, Fargo, N.D. Governors; Legislators; Buttons (Information artifacts); Senator John F. Kennedy, Governor William L. Guy, and Congressman Quentin Burdick sit in the back of a car in Fargo, N.D. on the occasion of Burdick's birthday. Guy wears a Burdick political button on...

3. Stuart Symington and Quentin Burdick at press conference, Fargo, N.D. 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...

4. Marv Bossart interviewing Usher Burdick, Fargo, N.D. Marv Bossart interviewing Usher Burdick, Fargo, N.D. Interviews; Legislators; Buttons (Information artifacts); Fargo radio and television personality Marv Bossart conducts an interview with Usher Burdick on the Red River Valley Fairgrounds. Burdick wears a Quentin Burdick for Senate campaign button.

5. Ms. Hunter, Quentin Burdick, William L. Guy and unidentified woman at Fargo Post office Ms. Hunter, Quentin Burdick, William L. Guy and unidentified woman at Fargo Post office Buttons (Information artifacts); Political campaigns; Political elections; Legislators; A woman identified only as Ms. Hunter (later Mrs. Halgrimson) pins a Burdick campaign button on the candidate himself, Quentin Burdick, while an unidentified woman pins another Burdick button on William...

6. Stuart Symington portrait with autograph Stuart Symington portrait with autograph Portrait photographs; Legislators; Buttons (Information artifacts); Stuart Symington sits posed for a portrait. He wears a Quentin Burdick campaign button.

7. William L. Guy and others with new state computer system, Bismarck, N.D. William L. Guy and others with new state computer system, Bismarck, N.D. Computers; Governors; Governor William L. Guy and three unidentified men stand with the new state computer system, an RCA Spectra 70, model 45. Two of the unidentified men wear Guy political campaign buttons.

8. Guys and Roblins, International Peace Garden Guys and Roblins, International Peace Garden Governors; Prime ministers; Spouses; Jean Guy, Governor William L. Guy Mrs. and Mr. Gurney Evans, John A. Stormon and Manitoba Premier Duff Roblin and Mary Roblin pose for a photograph, likely at the International Peace Garden. Several of...

9. Delegates at 1962 North Dakota Democratic-NPL Convention, Bismarck, N.D. Delegates at 1962 North Dakota Democratic-NPL Convention, Bismarck, N.D. Meetings; Political conventions; Political campaigns; Buttons (Information artifacts); Delegates gather at the 1962 North Dakota Democratic-NPL Convention held at the World War Memorial Building in Bismarck. Many people are seated in chairs on the floor, or in the balcony. The men in the...

10. William L. Guy and others with new state computer system, Bismarck, N.D. William L. Guy and others with new state computer system, Bismarck, N.D. Computers; Governors; Governor William L. Guy and three unidentified men stand with the new state computer system, an RCA Spectra 70, model 45. Two of the unidentified men wear Guy political campaign buttons.

11. William L. Guy and Don Short at Dakota Territory Centennial celebration, Bismarck, N.D. William L. Guy and Don Short at Dakota Territory Centennial celebration, Bismarck, N.D. Centennial celebrations; People; Governors; Governor William L. Guy, Congressman Don Short, and an unidentified man stand together in the State Capitol building in Bismarck during celebrations for the Dakota Territory centennial. All three of the...

12. Fargo teen has political aspirations news video Fargo teen has political aspirations news video Memorabilia; Political participation; Student aspirations; Journalism; Capitol pages News story about Fargo teenager Brad Rabideaux about his political aspirations. He talks about his collection of campaign buttons and his upcoming job as a page on the U.S. Senate floor.

13. Byron Dorgan, Kent Conrad, Arthur A. Link at Democratic-NPL State Convention Byron Dorgan, Kent Conrad, Arthur A. Link at Democratic-NPL State Convention Legislators; Governors; Politicians; Byron Dorgan, Kent Conrad, and Arthur A. Link stand together and talk at the 1986 North Dakota Democratic-NPL state convention. Link wears a Dorgan sticker and many other political buttons on his lapel....

14. Margaret Hayes Stickney portrait Margaret Hayes Stickney portrait Dresses; Portrait photographs; Margaret Hayes Stickney poses for a formal portrait wearing a dark colored dress with large buttons and a high collar.

15. Jean Guy and campaign button display Jean Guy and campaign button display Governors; Political campaigns; Buttons (Information artifacts); Jean Guy stands with two unidentified women in front of a display of political campaign buttons and other items. Included are buttons for William L. Guy, Tom Kleppe, Aloha Eagles, Scott Anderson, Rolland...

16. William L. Guy and others, at console, rededication of North Dakota State Mill & Elevator, Grand Forks, William L. Guy and others, at console, rededication of North Dakota State Mill & Elevator, Grand Forks, N.D. Governors; Mills; Milling machines; Governor William L. Guy and two unidentified men press buttons on a console controlling machinery at the rededication of the state mill.

17. Motorola command consoles being installed in State Radio System command center, Bismarck, N.D. Motorola command consoles being installed in State Radio System command center, Bismarck, N.D. Radio broadcasting; Communications; Consoles; Communication facilities; One man checks blueprints while another man works to install command consoles in the North Dakota State Radio System command center. Large consoles with many buttons are visible in the foreground.

18. Mrs. Looking Horse portrait Mrs. Looking Horse portrait Women; Blankets; Earrings; Buttons (Fasteners); Portrait photographs; Mrs. Looking Horse sits posed for a portrait. She is wearing a button down shirt, and is wrapped in a plaid blanket. An earring is visible in her left ear.

19. Communications control console Oscar Zero missile alert facility near Cooperstown, N.D. Communications control console Oscar Zero missile alert facility near Cooperstown, N.D. Rockets; Military facilities; Communications; Telephones; A view of the communications control console at the Oscar Zero missile alert facility, part of the Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile Site near Cooperstown. A telephone receiver, rotary dial, buttons, lights,...

20. Fannie Dunn portrait Fannie Dunn portrait Capes (Clothing); Hats; Coats; Fur garments; Portrait photographs; Fannie Dunn stands posed for a formal portrait. She wears a dark coat and cape with large buttons and a hat. She holds a fur muff in her hands and leans on a pillar.
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