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Larson, John W.
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Perry, L. Martin
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Vandenover hunting expedition, Minot, N.D.
Automobiles; Ducks; Game bird hunting; Rifles; Houses; Trees;
Men stand in an open car with many ducks from that day's hunt strung up. The men are identified left to right as follows: Clarence Vandenover, Frank Marrs, unknown, unknown, and Pete Vandenover.
A two hours hunt before breakfast
Hunting; Ducks; Barrels; Rifles; Game bird hunting;
Duck hunters pose with the results of an early hunt before breakfast. In 1913, hunters were limited to 25 ducks per day each. These hunters have not yet gotten their limit, and the day has just begun
Schoolchildren on Decoration Day, Devils Lake, N.D.
Parades & processions; Flags; School children; Students; Boys; Girls; Dogs; Postcards;
Schoolchildren and adults march down a street in Devils Lake as part of Decoration Day (Memorial Day) celebrations. Many carry flags. A dog is also visible in the street.
Day school pupils, Standing Rock Agency
Students; School children; Horses; Dogs; Carts & wagons; Schools; Indian reservations;
Students from the No. 2 day school on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation stand and sit for a group portrait outside the schoolyard. Some of the girls hold puppies on their laps. Carts and horses are...
Number 2 Day School students with vegetables, Standing Rock Agency
School children; Students; Vegetables; Indian reservations;
Students from Number 2 Day School at the Standing Rock Agency pose with vegetables they have likely grown in the school garden.
Number 1 Day School, Galpin Trading Post, Standing Rock Indian Reservation
Trading posts; Schools; Children;
Children and adults sit outside a log building that acts as a day school on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation.
Louise Van Solen and students at day school between Fort Yates and Cannonball, N.D.
Log buildings; Schools; Students; Girls; Teachers;
Louise Van Solen and her students stand outside their log school located between Fort Yates and Cannonball.
Girls playing croquet
Croquet; Girls; Trees;
Girls wearing dresses play croquet in an unidentified school playground. It appears to be a windy day.
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...
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...
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...
J. Rush Holmes letter
Farming; Croplands; Harvesting; Oats; Summer; Correspondence;
A letter written by J. Rush Holmes to a friend back East detailing his new life at Amenia, North Dakota. He writes about high summer temperatures, the forthcoming harvest, crop prices, and his fellow workers....
Old German Kitchen used by Company M 59th Infantry, France
Kitchens; Stone buildings; Military uniforms; Soldiers;
A man in a military uniform stands in front of a stone buildng uses as a kitchen by both the German and American military.
Louis Connolly letters
Ranchers; Ranches; Hay; Cattle; Spouses; Correspondence;
Four letters from Louis Connolly to his wife Mary talking about farming and ranching in Dakota Territory.
August 24 1879 Page 1
79 Bismarck Aug 24Dear WifeYour Letter of the 20th is at Hand and found us wellDear Mary I know it is hard for you to leave your home but I had to leave Mine and go among strangers and battle With the...
July 14 1879 Page 3
I Stop with John Hilger when I am in town they are very kind and doing well he has a fine garden and sold a lot of potatoes and onions for 3 dollars a bushel yesterd the crops are Splendid here but there...
Oath of Dakota Territory Council
A written oath sworn to by members of the Dakota Territorial Council, and signed by J.H. Shober, Enos Stutsman, J. Deuel, W.W. Brookings, D.T. Bramble, J.W. Boyle, H.D. Betts, and Austin Cole.
Lawrence Welk shaking hands with William Guy, Bismarck Airport, Bismarck, N.D.
Governors; Musicians; Conductors; Airplanes;
Lawrence Welk steps down from an airplane at the Bismarck Airport and shakes hands with Governor William Guy. An unidentified third man is visible on the airplane steps in the background.
Edwin White on tricycle in front of Governor's Mansion, Bismarck, N.D.
Children; Boys; Flags; Bicycles & tricycles; Governors;
Edwin White rides a bicycle decorated with American flags in front of the Governor's Mansion in downtown Bismarck. Flags decorate the wrought iron fence that surrounds the mansion.
One Bull, nephew of Sitting Bull, at dinner field day, Fort Yates, N.D.
One Bull stands in profile in the foreground whilte other people sit on the grass in the background. Several automobiles are also visible in the background.
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