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1. Christmas breakfast with the Fiskes Christmas breakfast with the Fiskes Christmas decorations; Photographs; Families; Three female members of the Fiske family meet for breakfast on Christmas 1934. Crepe paper decorated with bells hangs from the ceiling, and the table is set with a variety of foods. Family portraits and...

2. Spring Valley German Band Spring Valley German Band Bands; Musicians; Musical instruments; Group portraits; Members of the Spring Valley German Band pose for a portrait holding their instruments. Handwriting on the front of the photograph identifies one of the men as Uncle Jack Brown. It is not known which of...

3. K.A. Ersland, first secretary of Farmers Mutual Insurance Company of Driscoll, N.D. K.A. Ersland, first secretary of Farmers Mutual Insurance Company of Driscoll, N.D. Offices; Safes; Writing; Eyeglasses; Calendars; K.A. Ersland makes notes in a large ledger in an office. A large safe is open behind him. A calendar on the wall identifies the month as September 1914.

4. Kidder County Courthouse, Steele, N.D. Kidder County Courthouse, Steele, N.D. Courthouses; Flags; Flagpoles; A view of the Kidder County Courthouse in Steele, N.D. A sign above the door identifies the building has been there 'since 1883.' A flag flies on a pole outside the building.

5. Hatton Eielson Museum, Hatton, Traill County, N.D. Hatton Eielson Museum, Hatton, Traill County, N.D. Galleries & museums; Snow; Winter; Ironwork; A view of the Hatton Eielson Museum in Hatton, N.D. A sign on the wrought iron fence identifies the building, and snow is visible on the ground.

6. President Frank A. Wenstrom opening session of Constitutional Convention, Bismarck, N.D. President Frank A. Wenstrom opening session of Constitutional Convention, Bismarck, N.D. Constitutional conventions; Legislators; Public speaking; Calendars; President Frank A. Wenstrom speaks at a podium during the opening session of the Constitutional Convention in Bismarck. A large calendar in the foreground identifies the date.

7. Construction of the North Dakota State Capitol, Bismarck, N.D. Construction of the North Dakota State Capitol, Bismarck, N.D. Capitols; Construction; Progress photographs; Signs (Notices); Water towers; A view of the construction of the North Dakota State Capitol. The building looks largely completed. The remains of the old capitol building are still visible at right, as is a water tower. A sign in the...

8. Northwest Hotel exterior, Bismarck, N.D. Northwest Hotel exterior, Bismarck, N.D. Hotels; Political parties; Snow; A view of the Northwest Hotel in downtown Bismarck. Snow is visible on the ground. A sign on the building identifies it as the headquarters of the North Dakota Nonpartisan League.

9. Miss Indian America, United Tribes International Powwow, Bismarck, N.D. Miss Indian America, United Tribes International Powwow, Bismarck, N.D. Dance; Dancers; Crowds; Beauty contestants; A silver and turquoise crown identifies this young woman as Miss Indian America, but her name is not known. She wears a sash and blanket and stands outside a building at the United Tribes International...

10. Buffalo rubbing stone near Greene, N.D. Buffalo rubbing stone near Greene, N.D. Buffaloes; Signs (Notices); Mobile homes; Trucks; A large stone that buffalo would rub themselves against to relieve itches and rid themselves of parasites sits on display near Greene, N.D. A sign erected by the Renville County Old Settlers identifies...

11. Custer Trail sign, Fort Abraham Lincoln, near Mandan, N.D. Custer Trail sign, Fort Abraham Lincoln, near Mandan, N.D. Signs (Notices); Military facilities; Trails & paths; A sign made of boards and bricks identifies the route taken by George Custer and the 7th Cavalry from Fort Abraham Lincoln to the Little Big Horn River in Montana.

12. Street scene, New Rockford, N.D. Street scene, New Rockford, N.D. Children; Dogs; Sidewalks; Dirt roads; Grain elevators; Carts & wagons; Dental offices; Four children stand in a New Rockford, N.D street, facing the photographer. A man with a dog stands on the sidewalk while other pedestrians walk by. A sign identifies a business on the corner as Dr. Morton,...

13. Exterior of Thorpe's Place, Sanish, N.D. Exterior of Thorpeā€™s Place, Sanish, N.D. Restaurants; Signs (Notices); A sign in the window and on the roof identifies this Sanish building as Thorpe's Place. The sign on the roof reads Thorpe's Place the home of good food.

14. This is the site of the New Town of Sanish and Van Hook sign This is the site of the New Town of Sanish and Van Hook sign Signs (Notices); Utility poles; A sign reading "This is the site of the new town of Sanish & Van Hook" identifies the relocated site of the new tows after the old town sites are inundated by flood water from the Garrison Dam project....

15. Kaiser-Frazer building, Denhoff, N.D. Kaiser-Frazer building, Denhoff, N.D. Automobile dealerships; Electric signs; Windows; A neon sign hanging from the building identifies the Kaiser-Frazier dealership building in Denhoff, N.D.

16. Juvenile Band float, Hettinger, N.D. Juvenile Band float, Hettinger, N.D. Bands; Musicians; Children; Musical instruments; Carts & wagons; Horses; Fourth of July celebrations; Holidays; Members of the Hettinger Juvenile Band ride in a horse drawn cart in the Fourth of July parade. Signs on the side of the float identifies the band and also bears the word Education.

17. Quickstadt, Zenk General Merchandise float, Hettinger, N.D. Quickstadt, Zenk General Merchandise float, Hettinger, N.D. Flags; Automobiles; Children; General stores; Floats (Parades); Parades & processions; Fourth of July celebrations; Holidays; Two women drive a car decorated for a Fourth of July parade in Hettinger. Three children seated in the back hold flags. A sign on the side of the car identifies it as the float of the Quickstad-Zenk Co.,...

18. Construction on Patterson Place, Bismarck, N.D. Construction on Patterson Place, Bismarck, N.D. Scaffolding; Construction; Hotels; Two men work from a suspended scaffold on renovations to Patterson Place in downtown Bismarck. A sign posted on the building site identifies the work as being supported by the Department of Housing and...

19. Two young women reading letter Two young women reading letter Portrait photographs; Dresses; Reading; Two unidentified young woman pose together for a portrait while reading a letter. The letterhead identifies the paper as being from the L.P. Haines Restaurant and Lunch Room.

20. Lobby, Gladstone Hotel, Jamestown, N.D. Lobby, Gladstone Hotel, Jamestown, N.D. Hotels; Lobbies; Calendars; Spittoons; Cigars; Advertisements; A man and a woman are visible behind the front desk of the Gladstone Hotel. Another man leans on the counter. Men stand in the doorway, and sit on couches in the lobby. A calendar behind the desk identifies...
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