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Unidentified group with children
Children; Infants; Group portraits; Hats;
A group of men, a woman, an infant and a child, pose for a photograph.
Group outside Town and Davis General Store, Flaxton, N.D.
General stores; Carts & wagons;
Two women and two men stand on the porch outside of Town & Davis, General Store and Farm Machinery, which was founded in 1902 in Flaxton by Charley Davis and Ray Benjamin Town. Merchandise can be seen...
Unidentified group on brick pile
Bricks; Children; Infants; Group portraits;
An unidentified group of men, a woman, an infant and a child, pose for a photograph in front and on top of a brick pile.
Group outside RB Town General Store, Flaxton, N.D.
General stores; Awnings; Wooden sidewalks;
Several men and women stand outside of the general store in Flaxton. The sign reads "R.B. Town," but the business may be Town & Davis, General Store and Farm Machinery, which was founded in 1902 by Charley...
Construction of Oscar Zero missile alert facility near Cooperstown, N.D.
Rockets; Military facilities; Construction;
A view of the launch control capsules at the construction site of the Oscar Zero missile alert facility near Cooperstown, N.D. Men work in the hole near the capsules.
Unidentified group with thresher
Several unidentified men and one woman pose around a threshing machine.
Goldbrick Gazette, March 25, 1937
Newspapers; Work camps; Weddings; Sporting goods; Hospitals; Joking; Advertisements;
Issue contains articles on men leaving the camp, weddings of camp members, education news from the camp, a shortage of sports equipment, hospital news, jokes, ads from local businesses, and a complete...
Goldbrick Gazette, June 25, 1937
Newspapers; Work camps; Dentistry; Construction; Equipment; Baseball; Safety; Poetry; Advertisements;
Issue contains articles on new age limits for CCC men, news of a visit from dentists, construction of wall lockers, instructions on how to use a screwdriver, news on new baseball uniforms for the camp...
Remer Rambler, August 1940
Newspapers; Work camps; Trucks; Draft;
Issue contains articles on the arrival of new trucks in the camp, interviews with camp men on the topic of conscription, sports news, and other short news items.
Goldbrick Gazette, January 24, 1937
Newspapers; Advertisements; Dance parties; Typewriting; Poetry; Work camps; Mustaches;
Issue contains articles on a dance held at the camp, efforts of the men to grow mustaches, tips for treating frostbite, news of a typewriting class, sports news, poetry, and ads from local businesses.
Remer Rambler, October 31, 1941
Newspapers; Work camps; Quarantines; Cartoons (Commentary); Joking;
Issue contains articles on quarantine at the camp due to diptheria, new men at the camp, cartoons, and jokes.
Remer Rambler, September 22, 1940
Newspapers; Work camps; Festivals; Complaining; Joking; Poetry; Cartoons (Commentary);
Issue contains articles on men being discharged from the camp, a future harvest festival, a response to a complaint letter, sports news, jokes, poetry, and cartoons.
Rambler, March 1939
Newspapers; Work camps; Influenza; Mess halls; Remodeling; Motion pictures; Equipment; Woodworking; Cartoons (Commentary); Poetry;
Issue contains articles on comings and goings at the camp, a flu and mumps epidemic in the camp, renovations at the mess hall, the purchasing of a movie projector for the camp, new tools for woodworking,...
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...
Restoration work at Chateau de Mores, Medora, N.D.
Conservation & restoration; Houses; Porches; Windows;
Members of what might be a Civilian Conservation Corps team do work to help restore the main house building at the Chateau de Mores. Windows have been boarded up, and the porch partially dismantled. Trucks...
Rambler, June 30, 1938
Newspapers; Work camps; Missing persons; Buckwheat; Millet; Baseball; Libraries; Books; Equipment; Joking; Cartoons (Commentary);
Issue contains articles on a new motor in the camp water plant, plans to build a new barracks for new men in the camp, the camp's participation in looking for a missing boy in the area, news on buckwheat...
Rambler, May 1940
Newspapers; Work camps; Holidays; Poetry; Joking; Cartoons (Commentary); Baseball;
Issue contains articles on a recent open house at the camp, articles on Mothers Day and Memorial Day, a list of new men at camp, notes on classes offered at the camp, poetry, jokes, cartoons, and baseball...
Rambler, September 1938
Newspapers; Work camps; Radio stations; Construction; Joking;
Issue contains articles on construction of the education building, the moving of the camp radio station to camp from the town of Remer, a list of men to be discharged, news about classes that will be starting...
High school football team, Flasher, N.D.
Football; Football players; Group portraits; Grain elevators;
Members of the Flasher High School football team pose for a team portrait while wearing their uniforms. Two men in suits, likely coaches, stand behind the players. Grain elevators are visible in the distance....
Fishing party, Courtenay, N.D.
Fishing; Fishermen; Fish;
Men hold up fish caught during a day spent fishing on the Sheyenne River. Fish are also displayed on the ground and in a bucket.
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