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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...
4th U.S. Infantry, Company M on parade, Bismarck, N.D.
Parades & processions; Military parades & ceremonies; Horses; Horseback riding; Flags; Children; Automobiles;
Members of Company M, 4th U.S. Infantry march in uniform on a Bismarck, N.D. street. A man on horseback and a man with a flag lead the parade. Horses pulling gun carriages bring up the rear. Children walk...
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...
American Legion women marching, Sanish 25th anniversary parade, Sanish, N.D.
Parades & processions; Clubs; Horses; Horseback riding;
Women from the American Legion Auxiliar march in the Sanish 25th anniversary parade. Behind them, a man in Native American garb sits on horseback.
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.
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.
Bobby Mathews, George Kramer, and girls from Indian School on Liberty Memorial Bridge, Bismarck, N.D.
Students; Bridges; Pipes (Smoking);
Bobby Matthews, George Kramer, an unidentified man, and female students from the Indian School in Bismarck stand on the approach to the Liberty Memorial Bridge in Bismarck. One of the men smokes a pipe....
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.
Civillian Conservation Corps construction, International Peace Garden, Man. and N.D.
Road construction; Men; Culverts; Shovels; Wheelbarrows; Trees; Progress photographs;
A group of men building a road. A culvert is in the right foreground. Most men have shovels. A man with a wheelbarrow stands at right-center
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.
Company B 1st North Dakota Volunteers marching, Bismarck, N.D.
Military uniforms; Soldiers; Crowds; Marching;
Members of Company B of the 1st North Dakota Volunteers march north on Broadway and Northern Pacific Avenue in Bismarck. People watch from both sides of the street as the troops march by.
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.
De Lapp wedding invitation
Invitation to the wedding of F. Anna De Lapp of Jacksonville, Ill. and Charles E. Crum of Bismarck, Dakota Territory.
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.
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.
Drum corps, Bismarck American Legion Post in parade, Bismarck, N.D.
Drums; Veterans; Parades & processions;
Members of the drum corps of the American Legion Lloyd Spetz Post march down a street in Bismarck on the occasion of the cornerstone laying for the new North Dakota State Capitol building. People watch...
Drummers and procession at powwow, Elbowoods, N.D.
Drums; Decorations; Dancers;
Men walk with drums and women march at a powwow at Elbowoods, N.D. Decorations are visible hanging from the ceiling.
Dunkers moving from Indiana to North Dakota on Great Northern Railroad
Emigration & immigration; Railroad cars; Railroad tracks; Railroad stations; Crowds;
Overview of railway yards at St. Paul, Minnesota with large group of people waiting in front of passenger cars. A banner on the side of one of the passenger cars reads "From Indiana to the rich free government...
Fireman parade, Williston, N.D.
Parades & processions; Musical instruments; Fire fighters; Hotels; Banners; Crowds;
Men playing musical instruments march down Main Street in Williston while people watch from both sides of the street. The Great Northern Hotel is visible at right. A banner reading 'Williston Welcomes...
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.
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