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The U.S.S. 'North Dakota' in the Culebra Cut, Panama Canal
Battleships; Postcards; Canals;
Starboard view of the U.S.S. North Dakota as it travels through the Culebra, or Gaillard, Cut of the Panama Canal.
New York Skyline showing U.S.S. North Dakota and Brooklyn Bridge, New York City
Battleships; Postcards; Cities & towns;
Starboard view of the U.S.S. North Dakota near the Brooklyn Bridge, New York. The New York city skyline is visible in the background.
View of the U.S.S. Dreadnaught North Dakota
Starboard view of the U.S.S. North Dakota.
North Dakota State Capitol, Bismarck, N.D.
Capitols; Libraries; Stone buildings; Lawns; Trees; Postcards;
The North Dakota State Capitol building stands at center. There is a shorter modern extension to the left of the main building. The Liberty Memorial Building is partially visible through the trees at right....
Signed photograph of John F. Kennedy, William Guy, Quentin Burdick
Governors; Legislators; Politicians; Political elections; Political campaigns;
Senator John F. Kennedy, Governor William L. Guy, and Senator Quentin Burdick sit in a car surrounded by a car and members of the press. Governor Guy wears a campaign button with Burdick's picture on it...
Fargo's first house, church, log cabins and sod house, Bonanzaville, West Fargo N.D.
Log cabins; Sod buildings; Churches; Houses; Galleries & museums;
Fargo's first house, built by Harry Moore at left, sits on the grounds of Bonanzaville in West Fargo. Next to it sits a sod house, the Forness Log Cabin, an unidentified building, and St. John's Church,...
Old Sanish rodeo parade prior to Lake Sakakawea's creation, Sanish, N.D.
Rodeos; Horses; Carts & wagons; Crowds; Parades & processions;
A large crowd watches the rodeo parade at Old Sanish, before it was inundated by Lake Sakakawea. Two men drive a horsedrawn wagon covered with cattle brands.
Antoine Gingras' roofless fur trading post, Walhalla, N.D.
Trading posts; Wooden buildings; Abandoned buildings; Historic sites;
A long wooden building in an open field. The roof has collapsed, and the material is obviously worn.
Farmers Elevator, Temvik, N.D.
Grain elevators; Sheds; Croplands;
A grain elevator with cars parked in front of it. Open fields lie in the background. A large shed stands to the left.
Gas boat City of Mondak at Mondak, Mont.
Boats; Stern wheelers; Rivers;
A man stands near the stern wheel of the gas boat City of Mondak as it is docked at Mondak, Montana.
Emil, Mary, Buster, Pete and Rachel on homestead
Homesteading; Carriages & coaches; Dogs;
Homesteaders identified only as Emil, Mary, Pete, and Rachel stand with their dog Buster in front of a homestead shack, likely in North Dakota. Emil and Mary stand while Pete and Rachel sit in the buggy....
Sgt. Ray Ulrich and Lt. Charles Anderson installing lights on 4th and Broadway, Bismarck, N.D.
Police; Traffic signs & signals; Clothing stores;
Bismarck police Sergeant Ray Ulrich and Lieutenant Charles Anderson work to install a traffic signal on the corner of 4th and Broadway in downtown Bismarck. It appears that the light is gasoline powered....
Barbara Olson entertaining at the Governor's Residence, Bismarck, N.D.
Spouses; Sandwiches; Cabinets (Case furniture); Parties;
First Lady Barbara Olson entertains a group of women, likely employed by the North Dakota Legislature at the Governor's Residence in Bismarck. Nametags identify the two women to Mrs. Olson's left as Barbara...
Public school, Overly, N.D.
Postcards; Schools; Fences;
A fence surrounds the property of the public school in Overly, N.D.
Whitestone Memorial to Indians unveiled, Whitestone Hill Battlefield, Dickey County, N.D.
Children; Girls; Plaques; Battlefields; Feathers; Headdresses;
Indians gather in tradtional dress to unveil a plaque to memorialize Indians who died in the battle of Whitestone Hill.
Portrait of man in uniform
Portrait photographs; Uniforms;
A man poses wearing a uniform, perhaps for a band, next to a chair covered with a piece of patterned fabric. The words "Sweggert Hebron" are handwritten on the edge of the negative, but it is not known...
V-mail to parents from Don Lanes
Don Lanes writes a letter home to his parents in Grafton, N.D. updating them on how he is doing, and a forthcoming raise and promotion he hopes to get.
Martin Tabert letter
Correspondence; Prisoners; Prison laborers;
A letter to Martin Tabert in Tallahassee, Florida from his father in Munich, N.D. sending him $75 so he can pay a $50 fine for vagrancy and have $25 to live on. An envelope postmarked Dec. 21 1921, addressed...
Main Street, New Town, N.D.
Hotels; Bars; Cafes; Grain elevators; Drugstores; Ice cream & ices; Barbershops; Grocery stores; Automobiles; Flags; Postcards;
Many businesses are visible in this view of New Town's Main Street. On the left, the Lake Hotel, several bars, cafes, and the Farmers Union Elevator are visible. On the right, a Rexall drug store, the...
Melvin and Nellie Rye home, Nome, N.D.
View from across dirt road, three-quarter view of front and right side of two story house with enclosed porch and chimney in central area. The front yard has trees, sidewalks, flag pole and a power pole....
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