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Northwest magazine illustrated monthly magazine of literature, agriculture and western progress, vol. 4, no. 3
Periodicals; Engravings; Rivers; Schools; Business people; Business districts; Business enterprises; Houses; Farms; Banks; Hotels; Photographers;
An issue of the magazine dedicated to A profile of Fargo and Cass County, Dakota Territory. Included are engravings of Fargo, the Red River, the High School, the Keeney Block, Northern Pacific Elevator...
North Dakota Congressional delegation in front of U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.
Legislators; Politicians; Capitols; Group portraits;
Members of the North Dakota Congressional delegation stand with North Dakota legislators on the steps of the U.S. Capitol in Washington. Standing on the steps, left to right are: Milton Young, Mark Andrews,...
Governor George Sinner planting tree dedicated to Governor Arthur Link, Alexander, N.D.
Governors; Tree planting ceremonies; Trees; Mayors;
Governor George Sinner works to plant a tree honoring former Governor Arthur A. Link in Link's hometown of Alexander, N.D. Alexander mayor Joe Weber is also visible.
Dedication of cairn near site of the first home in Bottineau County, N.D.
Cairns; Dedications; Flags; Crowds;
People gather around a cairn recently dedicated near site of the first home in Bottineau County (home of James Bruce Sinclair, but not the exact spot, possibly fifty yards from the exact location which...
North Dakota's biggest tree near Mayville, N.D.
Curiosities & wonders; Trees; Contests;
A man leans against the trunk of North Dakota's biggest tree, a cottonwood located near Mayville, N.D.
C. Norman Brunsdale and other men in trunk of North Dakota's biggest tree near Mayville, N.D.
Curiosities & wonders; Governors; Trees; Contests;
Governor C. Norman Brunsdale and three other unidentified men stand inside the trunk of a cottonwood tree dedicated as North Dakota's biggest tree, near Mayville. The tree measured 108.2 feet high, and...
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....
C. Norman Brunsdale at dedication of Williston Recreation Center, Williston, N.D.
Public speaking; Sports & recreation facilities; Governors; Children; Cowboy hats;
C. Norman Brunsdale stands on the steps of the old armory building as it as dedicated as the Williston Recreation Center. Children in cowboy hats stand on the steps with him, while people watch from the...
Norman Brunsdale at monument commemorating discovery of oil, Tioga, N.D.
Monuments; Petroleum industry; Governors;
Governor Norman Brunsdale shakes the hand of another man in front of a monument commemorating the first discovery of oil in North Dakota near Tioga. Both mean wear heavy coats. The monument reads: "Oil...
Group at Theodore Roosevelt statue dedication, Mandan, N.D.
Sculpture; Flags; Crowds; Dedications;
A group of people gather for the dedication of the Theodore Roosevelt statue along Main Street in Mandan. Flags and bunting are hung from a raised stage area. The statue is not visible in this photograph....
Graves of Indian Police killed in Sitting Bull raid, Fort Yates, N.D.
Monuments & memorials; Graves; Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Photographic postcards; Trees;
Five stone grave markers and a tall monument stone dedicated to the policemen interned below. A few trees grow in the cemetery.
Aerial view of North Dakota State Capitol and Capitol Grounds, Bismarck, N.D.
Capitols; Government facilities; Aerial photographs; Flowers;
An aerial view of the North Dakota Capitol Grounds shows off the Capitol building with legislative and judicial wings, as well as the Liberty Memorial Building. The words North Dakota are spelled out in...
Wrong Side Up Monument and crowd, New Salem, N.D.
Monuments & memorials; Boys; Crowds;
A boy stands next to the Wrong Side Up monument recently dedicated at New Salem, N.D. The inscription reads: "'Wrong Side Up' These words were spoken to John Christiansen on this spot in the spring of...
Lewis and Clark Expedition Memorial, McLean County, N.D.
Monuments & memorials; Flags; Fraternal organizations; Public speaking;
A view of the newly dedicated memorial to the Lewis and Clark Expedition in McLean County, built by the Masons. The inscription reads "The Lewis and Clark Expedition camped in this vicinity from October...
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