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Old Settlers Reunion program
Reunions; Programs; Homesteading;
Program for the Red River Valley Old Settlers Reunion, held July 28, 1915 at the State Fair Grounds in Fargo. Speakers included Governor L.B. Hanna, Mayor H.F. Emery, former Governors Joseph Devine and...
John F. Kennedy speaking at Quentin Burdick's birthday party, Fargo, N.D.
Legislators; Public speaking; Birthdays; Birthday parties; Families;
Senator John F. Kennedy addresses the crowd from a stage at Quentin Burdick's birthday party, held at the fairgrounds in Fargo. Burdick and his family sit to Kennedy's right. Other dignitaries seated to...
Quentin Burdick and family at Burdick's birthday party, Fargo, N.D.
Birthdays; Birthday parties; Families; Legislators; Photographers;
Quentin Burdick and his family sit on stage during speeches on the occasion of Burdick's birthday, held at the Red River Valley Fairgrounds in Fargo. Two photographers are visible in the background.
Quentin Burdick and family cutting birthday cake, Fargo, N.D.
Birthdays; Birthday parties; Cakes; Legislators; Families;
Quentin Burdick cuts his birthday cake at a party held for him in Fargo, while his family and Senators John F. Kennedy and Stuart Symington look on.
North Dakota New York World's Fair Concert program
Exhibitions; Bands; Concerts; Dancers; Singers; Singing; Drill teams;
Souvenir program detailing the participants in a North Dakota themed concert held at on North Dakota Day at the World's Fair Assembly Pavilion during the New York World's Fair. Participants include the...
Snake Creek Pumping Plant ground breaking ceremony dinner program
Pumping stations; Dinner parties; Programs; Ground breaking ceremonies; Governors; Legislators;
Souvenir program for the dinner held on the occasion of the ground breaking for the Snake Creek Pumping Plant, part of the Garrison Diversion Unit. The program includes photographs of speakers Stewart...
Park Rangers mounted for patrol and riot control, Turtle River State Park, N.D.
Parks; Motorcycles; Automobiles; Concerts; Mounted police; Peace signs;
Three park rangers sit on horseback, likely at Turtle River State Park, during a rock concert held in the park. Motorcycles and cars are parked in the background, and a man walking past raises his arm...
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...
22 Mandan Indian stories recorded, transcribed, and translated by Robert C. Hollow. The following stories are available: First Creator and Lone Man Argue; First Creator and Lone Man Make the Land; The...
Elephant Captivity Valentine
Greeting cards; Valentines; Holidays; Love; Hearts; Boys; Girls; Children; Elephants; Circuses & shows; Circus animals;
A boy and girl stand in front of a elephant held captive behind a fence. A striped circus tent is visible in the background. The children hold something, likely peanuts to feed the elephant.
Goldbrick Gazette, January 24, 1937
Newspapers; Advertisements; Dance parties; Typewriting; Poetry; Work camps; Mustaches;
Issue contains articles on a dance held at the camp, efforts of the men to grow mustaches, tips for treating frostbite, news of a typewriting class, sports news, poetry, and ads from local businesses.
Rambler, November 1938
Newspapers; Work camps; Holidays; Radio stations; Dance parties;
Issue contains articles on pay increases, the Thanksgiving menu in camp, recognition for the camp's radio station and grounds, news of a recently held dance, improvements in the camp, sports and education...
Rambler, February 1940
Newspapers; Work camps; Billiards; Table tennis; Examinations; Cartoons (Commentary);
Issue contains articles on a pool and ping pong tournament to be held at the camp, examinations to be held in the camp, and cartoons.
Picnic at Persian Lake, N.D.
Picnics; Tents; Automobiles; Crowds; Picnic grounds;
Men, women, and children pose for a photograph during a picnic held at Persian Lake, N.D. Two tents have been set up in the background. Three cars are parked in the foreground.
Political picnic, Sheyenne, N.D.
Picnics; Political parades & rallies; Group portraits;
Men and women gather for an unidentified political picnic in Sheyenne, N.D. The men and women, and even one child being held in the back row wear pins and ribbons on their lapels or shirts.
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...
Lutheran Sunday School at school house, Mercer, N.D.
Children; Schools; Sunday schools; Automobiles; Boys; Girls; Students;
Men, women, and children stand dressed in their Sunday best after a Lutheran Sunday school service held at the Mercer school house. A car is parked next to the school.
Ralph J. Pierson's Percheron horses, York, N.D.
Horses; Boys; Girls;
A man holds the bridle of a Percheron horse on the Ralph J. Pierson property in York, N.D. Women and children watch from behind a nearby fence. Other Percherons are also visible in the yard, harnessed...
Eating dinner at North Dakota Heritage Center groundbreaking ceremony, Bismarck, N.D.
Ground breaking ceremonies; Cookery; Food; Eating & drinking;
A man, woman, and young boy serve themselves dinner after the groundbreaking ceremony for the North Dakota Heritage Center. The boy wears a hat advertising the Hunter bicentennial celebrations, held June...
Council with the Sioux Indians at Fort Pierre, message from the President of the United States communicating minutes of a council held at Fort Pierre with the Sioux Indians
Minutes of a council held at Fort Pierre, then in Nebraska Territory, in March, 1856 between Brigadier General William S. Harney and delegations from nine bands of the Sioux Indians.
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