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Risem, Andreas, 1876-1...
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Wright, Dana, 1878-196...
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Main Street looking north, Minot, N.D.
Horses; Carts & wagons; Hardware stores; Drugstores; Postcards;
A hardware store and drug store, horses and a cart, and several men standing on the sidewalk are visible in this view of Main Street in Minot looking towards the north.
These texts are from Box 5 of the Robert C. Hollow Material and are located in a black 3-ring binder in Box 5 of the Robert C. Hollow collection. These texts were originally collected by Edward Kennard...
St. Mary's Academy, Devils Lake, N.D.
A view of St. Mary's Academy, also known as St. Mary's High School, in Devils Lake, N.D.
George F. Shafer addressing crowd
Governors; Public speaking; Hats; Chairs; Crowds; Stages (Platforms);
Governor George F. Shafer stands on a wooden stage and addresses a group of people gathered to hear him speak. Many people lean on the stage. A man holding a hat stands next to him. A chair with a hat...
Families in touring automobiles in front of State Bank, Cooperstown, N.D.
Automobiles; Banks; Streets; Tourists; Automobile driving;
Families in touring automobiles pause at a street corner in front of the State Bank in Cooperstown. All are dressed warmly for a road trip in the open cars.
Frontier scout volume 1, number 2 excerpt on sanitary conditions at Fort Rice, Dakota Territory
Potatoes; Steamboats; Forts & fortifications; Diseases; Military facilities; Hospitals;
An article written by 'Medicus' detailing the improvement of the health of troops at Fort Rice. The decrease in scurvy cases is specifically mentioned. The author pleads for fresh vegetables to arrive...
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...
End of capitol construction strike, Bismarck, N.D.
Strikes; Water towers; Houses; Automobiles; Fences; Capitols;
Workers gather to hear that the strike that stopped construction on the new capitol building has ended.
Strikers notified of settlement at capitol construction site, Bismarck, N.D.
Strikes; Construction; Houses; Fences; Garages;
Strikers gathered at a site in Bismarck hear the news that a settlement has been reached in the work stoppage at the new capitol construction site.
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....
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.
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...
July 14 1879 Page 1
Bismarck July 14 1879Dear WifeYour welcome letter is at hand was glad to hear from you hoping to find you all well as this leaves us at present I am sory to hear that you are so lonesome but as it is you...
June 28 1879 Page 2
any body and dont expect to find any owner Let me know how the crops are and all the newsHoping to hear from you Soon I Remain your Loving HusbandLouis ConnollyWrite to BismarckDacota Teritory
1879Bismarck Aug 12Dear Wife,Yours of the 2 at hand Was glad to hear you are well as this leaves us at present. If you can live on Hay you must have enough of it I have 125 tons made and will make 100...
Phil Hoghaug and John Davis at dedication ceremony for Interstate 29, Drayton, N.D.
Governors; Roads; Dedications; Elevated highways; Public speaking; Podiums; Crowds;
John Davis addresses a crowd from behind a podium at the dedication ceremony of Interstate 29 near Drayton. A crowd has assembled in the background to hear the speech. An overpass is visible in the background....
The Mandan and the McPherson
Steamboats; Rivers; Photographic postcards;
Two men on shore watch the McPherson coming up the river. The Mandan is on shore.
Great Northern yards and viaduct, Minot, N.D.
Railroads; Railroad cars; Railroad rails; Railroad shops & yards; Railroad sidings; Railroad tracks; Bridges; Postcards; Grain elevators;
A rail yard with a bridge in the distance. There is a grain elevator on the other side of the bridge. A few trains are parked in the distance. A man stands on top of the bridge next to a horse and wagon....
Syndicate Block, Grafton, N.D.
Medical offices; Drugstores; Home furnishings stores; Clothing stores; Fraternal lodges; Telephone companies; Storefronts; Towers;
A large brick building with a tower on a street corner. The sign reads "Grafton Drug Co. Druggists". There are Xs hand drawn over windows at the corner of the building.
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