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If You Want to Know What's Cookin' Valentine
Greeting cards; Valentines; Holidays; Hearts; Love; Cookery; Kitchens;
A woman holds a heart in a kitchen, where she is presumably cooking a meal for her sweetheart.
Rambler, April 1939
Newspapers; Work camps; Potatoes; Motion pictures; Cartoons (Commentary);
Issue contains articles on new men in the camp including a list, the installation of a loudspeaker system in the camp, the arrival of an electric potato peeler for the camp kitchen, the screening of movies...
Rambler, January 1939
Newspapers; Work camps; Remodeling; Kitchens; Construction; Road construction; Darkrooms; Poetry; Cigarettes; Joking; Cartoons (Commentary);
Issue contains articles on renovations to the camp kitchen, reports on night school classes, road construction projects, work on the darkroom and education building, poetry, instructions on rolling a cigarette,...
Rambler, May 1939
Newspapers; Work camps; Radio stations; Remodeling; Cartoons (Commentary); Baseball; Trees;
Issue contains articles on the installation of a radio station at the camp, the arrival of a mixer for the camp kitchen, camp renovations, cartoons, tree planting efforts, and sports news.
Ben Schatz in home with paperwork
Documents; Kitchens; Stoves; Boxes;
Ben Schatz sits at a kitchen table with paperwork in a box and on the tabletop. The paperwork is likely to do with the McClusky Canal.
U.S. Army Cantonment, Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa
Barracks; Military facilities; Railroad cars; Railroad tracks; Railroad shops & yards;
A panoramic view of barracks and railyards at Camp Dodge in Des Moines, Iowa.
Potato squad, kitchen police Camp Upton, Long Island, N.Y.
Soldiers; Potatoes; Postcards; Kitchens;
Soldiers peel potatoes in front of what is likely the camp kitchen at Camp Upton, N.Y.
Arrival of Vice President Charles Curtis at North Dakota Capitol cornerstone laying, Bismarck, N.D.
Cornerstone laying; Cornerstones; Politicians; Governors; Legislators;
Vice President Charles Curtis (no hat, with mustache) arrives in a car for ceremonies at the cornerstone laying for the new North Dakota State Capitol. Left to right: former Governor Judge Burke, Joseph...
Funeral portrait, Emmet, N.D.
Coffins; Mourning clothing & dress; Funeral rites & ceremonies;
An unidentified woman wrapped in a blanket sits next to a casket containing a body. The casket is propped up on two kitchen chairs. A house is visible in the background.
Regis de Trobriand diary excerpt
Forts & fortifications; Grasshoppers; Eating & drinking; Soldiers; Diseases; Cows; Milk; Meat; Pork; Fish; Onions; Garlic; Snow; Winter; Steamboats; Vinegar industry;
General Philippe Regis de Trobriand came to Fort Stevenson in 1867. His troops built the post, barely completing the necessary buildings before the extremely harsh and early winter began. Trobriand’s...
Farmhouse exterior view, Gunlogson Farmstead at Icelandic State Park, Pembina County, N.D.
Farms; Homesteading; Dwellings;
The farmhouse on the Gunlogson Farmstead at Icelandic State Park in Pembina County (N.D.) was constructed with a light wood-frame and balloon construction of locally milled lumber in two main phases. The...
Farmhouse kitchen interior view, Gunlogson Farmstead at Icelandic State Park, Pembina County, N.D.
Farms; Homesteading; Dwellings; Kitchens;
The kitchen of the Gunlogson Farmstead at Icelandic State Park in Pembina County (N.D.) is housed in the single story addition to the main house added in 1921. The walls, ceilings, and cabinets are painted...
The Ring Grill and Bar kitchen, Bismarck, N.D.
Kitchens; Restaurants; Restaurant workers; Cooks;
Kitchen staff wearing white uniforms work in the kitchen of The Ring Grill and Bar in Bismarck. Saucepans hang from the ceiling, and stacks of plates are visible.
Wilmot P. Sanford diary extracts
Eating & drinking; Soldiers; Vegetables; Cookery; Potatoes; Cabbage; Pork; Military rations; Cattle; Forts & fortifications; Eggs; Apples; Gardens; Gardening;
By the time of Sanford’s service, the Army was providing more nutritious food for soldiers. His notes about meals indicate that vegetables (usually potatoes and onions) and fruits (plum duff and apples)...
Kitchen at Oscar Zero missile alert facility near Cooperstown, N.D.
Rockets; Military facilities; Ovens; Refrigerators; Stoves; Counters; Kitchens;
A view of the kitchen at the Oscar Zero launch control support building at the Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile site. A convection oven, refrigerator, stovetop, and countertops are visible.
Dining room, Oscar Zero missile alert facility near Cooperstown, N.D.
Rockets; Military facilities; Dining rooms; Kitchens; Tables; Chairs; Microwave ovens;
A view of the dining room and kitchen area in the Oscar Zero launch control support building at the Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile Site near Cooperstown. Tables and chairs are set up for dining, and a...
Girls in kitchen of Wild Rice District School, Cass County, N.D.
Kitchens; Schools; Cupboards;
Two girls work to prepare a meal in the kitchen of the Wild Rice District School in Cass County. A cupboard featuring bowls and spices is visible behind them, as is a large water cooler.
Civilian Conservation Corps documents and memoir
Forms (Documents); Assistance;
Includes a preliminary application form for Civilian Conservation Corps selection, a certificate of selection for the CCC, and a memoir written by Harold P. Leland of his time in the CCC in North Dakota...
Old German Kitchen used by Company M 59th Infantry, France
Kitchens; Stone buildings; Military uniforms; Soldiers;
A man in a military uniform stands in front of a stone buildng uses as a kitchen by both the German and American military.
Little Missouri Horse Company logging camp, near Amidon, N.D.
Log buildings; Horses; Cowboys;
A group of people in front of a large log building. A horse and rider stand at left. Dirt in the foreground. The larger part of the building has a sod roof.
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