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Pauline Olson diary excerpts
Country life; Electricity; Funeral rites & ceremonies; Atomic bombs; Televisions; Telephones; Wells; Oil wells; Dairy farming; Cows;
A selection of pages from Pauline Olson's diary on topics such as rural electrification, drilling oil wells, Emma Backman's funeral, atomic bomb testing, television and telephone history, digging water...
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...
Ida Kellogg letter
Snow; Sheep; Cattle; Farms; Blizzards; Correspondence; Winter;
A letter from Ida Kellogg to Harriet Scholz in Minneapolis describing the effects of a blizzard on their farm and livestock.
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...
Excerpts from William B. Hazen article "The Great Middle Region of the United States"
Hay; Temperature; Railroads; Forts & fortifications; Rain; Weather; Summer; Winter; Storms; Horses; Immigrants; Farming;
A brief excerpt from an article written by William B. Hazen (commanding officer of Fort Buford) and a chart of the rainfall records from Fort Buford. Hazen’s comments were published shortly before the...
Juvenile Band, Play Day Parade, Hettinger, N.D.
Bands; Children; Musicians; Musical instruments; Parades & processions;
Members of the Juvenile Band play their instruments and march down a Hettinger street for the Play Day Parade. Many people watch from the sidewalk.
Dick Peuwarden, Leonard Bell, and Maury Pye inside First National Bank, Bismarck, N.D.
Banks; Banking industry; Banking; Bankers; Tables; Chairs; Calendars;
Dick Peuwarden, Leonard Bell, and Maury Pye are at work behind the counter at the First National Bank in Bismarck. A calendar on the wall indicates that it is March, but the year is not visible.
Unknown woman, Leonard Bell, Dick Peuwarden, and an unknown man in First National Bank, Bismarck, N.D.
Banks; Banking industry; Banking; Bankers; Typewriters; Tables; Chairs;
An unknown woman, Leonard Bell, Dick Peuwarden, and an unknown man are at work behind the counter at the First National Bank in Bismarck. Many papers are spread over the tables. A calendar in the background...
Cars buried in snow drifts, Bismarck, N.D.
Two cars are buried in the snow in the parking lot of the Baptist Home in Bismarck, N.D after a blizzard in March 1966. A road marker reading 11 St. and Porter Ave. is visible in the foreground.
Barracks Camp Upton, Long Island, N.Y. Lindegren arrived June 3 1919
Barracks; Military facilities; Marching; Soldiers; Postcards;
Soldiers march down a road in this postcard view showing the barracks at Camp Upton on Long Island, N.Y.
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.
After the blizzard in Wahpeton, N.D.
Blizzards; Snow; Winter; Trees; Houses; Families; Reading;
A family stands on the roof of their snow covered house in Wahpeton after a blizzard. Snow covers most of the house, and trees in the yard. A man sits in a chair on top of one of the larger drifts, reading...
First stone laid, at new North Dakota State Capitol, Bismarck, N.D.
Capitols; Construction; Masonry;
Workers at the base of the new North Dakota State Capitol lay the first stone on 9:25 A.M. March 31, 1933. Four men in suits stand near the stone to watch the event.
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....
Dead cow after blizzard, Hazelton, N.D.
Cattle; Snow; Blizzards; Death;
A dead cow is visible in a pasture as snow melts after the March 1966 blizzard near Hazelton. Nearly 140,000 head of livestock died in the storm.
Barbara Olson with Anna Powers, 1982 March of Dimes poster child
Chairs; Wheelchairs; People with disabilities;
First Lady Barbara Olson sits in a chair and chats with 1982 March of Dimes poster child Anna Powers, who sits in a wheelchair and wears a sash identifying her as the poster child.
Men marching with flags, Pembina, N.D.
Churches; Flags; Parades & processions; Veterans; Horses; Carts & wagons;
Men, likely veterans, carrying American flags and wearing ribbons and medals march down a street past a church in Pembina, N.D. Horses and carts are following them down the street. Several people walk...
Sitting Bull in March of Civilization at convening of Constitutional Convention, Bismarck, Dakota Territory
Constitutional conventions; Flags; Headdresses; Feathers; Signs (Notices); Parades & processions;
Sitting Bull carries the American flag during the March of Civilization, part of the events marking the Constitutional Convention of 1889. Other Native Americans wearing headdresses and carrying flags...
L. C. Mathews Spring Opening, N.D.
Crowds; Business districts; Streets; Photographic postcards; Dirt roads; Carts & wagons; Carriages & coaches;
A crowd on the street in a business district. Carts and carriages are parked to the left.
Civillian Conservation Corps measuring snow depth, International Peace Garden, Man. and N.D.
Culverts; Men; Snow; Progress photographs;
A man kneels above a culvert with a measuring stick. The ground is snow covered. The legs of several other men are visible standing on top of the culvert.
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