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Street carnival, Williston, N.D.
Carnivals; Ferris wheels; Crowds; Postcards;
People gather on Main Street in Williston for a carnival. A ferris wheel dominates the street. Two people in an early automobile drive up to where a large crowd stands in the street.
Pole marker showing lake levels 1870 to present, Devils Lake, N.D.
Historical markers; Lakes & ponds; Floods; Droughts;
A pole alongside a road in the Devils Lake area shows the water levels of the lake through history, from 1870 to the 1940s. The bottom marker reads 1910, elevation 1421. The next marker up reads 1900,...
Dorothy Stickney and William L. Guy in North Dakota Hall of Fame, Bismarck, N.D.
Governors; Actresses; Portrait paintings; Awards;
Dorothy Stickney and Governor William L. Guy pose in front of Stickney's portrait in the North Dakota Hall of Fame in the North Dakota State Capitol building in Bismarck. The portrait was painted by Emmett...
Patterson Hotel, Bismarck, N.D.
Hotels; Signs (Notices); Automobiles;
The Patterson Hotel and Patterson Annex stand at the corner of Main Avenue and 4th Street in downtown Bismarck. Signs on the top of the hotel advertise the Tip Top Inn Dine and Dance and the fireproof...
Governor William L. Guy and Andrew Russell Paulley, Manitoba Labor Minister, International Peace Garden
Celebrations; Centennial celebrations; Cakes; Governors;
Governor William L. Guy and Manitoba Labor Andrew Russell Paulley pose with a cake in front of a log building at the International Peace Garden, on the Manitoba-North Dakota border. The cake is marked...
William L. Guy and Quentin Burdick with President John F. Kennedy in car, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, N.D.
Crowds; Automobiles; Presidents; Legislators; Governors;
Governor William L. Guy and Senator Quentin Burdick sit in the front seat of a car, while President John F. Kennedy turns away from the camera and gestures to members of the crowd behind him during a visit...
Statue of Marquis de Mores in Medora, North Dakota Badlands
Sculpture; Trees; Postcards;
The statue of the Marquis de Mores and the flagstone courtyard that surrounds it is visible in this postcard view. The buttes that surround the town of Medora are visible in the background.
Future campus, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, N.D.
Universities & colleges; Bird's-eye views;
Color Postcard depicting future campus, hand drawing of an aerial view with roads, trees, and buildings. Existant buildings, Budge, Science, Babcock, Macnie, Davis, Old Main, and the president's mansion...
Hubert H. Humphrey at North Dakota State University, Fargo, N.D.
Legislators; Governors; Students; Universities & colleges; Vice presidents;
Hubert H. Humphrey stands with Governor William L. Guy and students inside a room at North Dakota State University. The students wear nametags and ribbons, but the names are not visible. One of the female...
State Penitentiary, Bismarck, N.D.
Prisons; Fences; Railroad tracks; Postcards;
A view of the yard and brick buildings at the North Dakota State Penitentiary in Bismarck. Railroad tracks are visible in the foreground.
Sheyenne River, Valley City, N.D.
Teachers colleges; Bridges; Rivers; Trees; Postcards;
One of the buildings of the Normal School is visible through the trees in this color postcard view. Two bridges cross the Sheyenne River, and other buildings in Valley City are also visible.
George Murphy, Admiral K.L. Veth, William L. Guy, Saigon, Vietnam
Political elections; Voting; Admirals; Maps; Governors; Legislators;
California senator George Murphy, Admiral K.L. Veth, Chief of Naval Operation in South Vietnam, and North Dakota Governor William L. Guy pose for a photograph in front of a map in Saigon, Vietnam. Murphy...
Motor Vehicle Department Branch Office personnel
Government employees; Group portraits;
Personnel from the Motor Vehicle Department branch office pose for a group portrait. Both men and women are included in the personnel.
Bird's-eye view, Valley City, N.D.
Bird's-eye views; Rivers; Bridges; Postcards;
The buildings and bridges of Valley City are visible in this bird's-eye view. The Sheyenne River winds its way through town.
Dickinson Horse Sales Company yards, Dickinson, N.D.
Horses; Fences; Postcards;
Horses stand in fenced pens at the Dickinson Horse Sales Company yards in Dickinson. A large grandstand with flag and other buildings are visible in the distance.
William L. Guy with new state computer system, Bismarck, N.D.
Computers; Governors; Calendars;
William L. Guy speaks into a microphone and stands in a room with the new state computer system, an RCA Spectra 70, model 45. A calendar and a manual are open on the table in front of him.
Dr. Anne Carlsen, William L. Guy and unidentified man in North Dakota Hall of Fame, Bismarck, N.D.
Governors; Teachers; People with disabilities;
Dr. Anne Carlsen, Governor William L. Guy and an unidentified man stand in front of Dr. Carlsen's portrait in the North Dakota Hall of Fame in the State Capitol building in Bismarck. Governor Guy holds...
Chaffee-Miller elevator, Casselton, N.D.
Grain elevators; Mills; Railroad tracks; Postcards;
An elevator and other buildings belonging to the Chaffee-Miller Milling Company in Casselton are visible. Railroad tracks run in front of the buildings.
William L. Guy, Dorothy Stickney and others at North Dakota Hall of Fame, Bismarck, N.D.
Governors; Actresses; Awards; Portrait paintings;
Governor William L. Guy, Dorothy Stickney, an unidentified woman, and Mr. and Mrs. Belsheim stand in front of Stickney's portrait in the North Dakota Hall of Fame in the State Capitol building in Bismarck....
Miles S. Horn (White Crow), Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall and Horn's painting, Washington, D.C.
Paintings; Buffaloes; Hunting;
Miles. S. Horn, also known as White Crow, inspects one of his paintings with Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall. The painting is of Indians hunting buffalo.
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