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41. Flooded streets, Pembina, N.D. Flooded streets, Pembina, N.D. Floods; Bridges; Drugstores; A man stands on the end of a bridge, the only dry land in the Pembina downtown area. Water is visible throughout the city streets. A large awning advertises a drug store on the corner.

42. Captain Tyler and chuckwagon, Little Missouri Horse Company Ranch near Amidon, N.D. Captain Tyler and chuckwagon, Little Missouri Horse Company Ranch near Amidon, N.D. Eating & drinking; Chuck wagons; Stoves; Ranches; A man identified only as Captain Tyler stops for a meal at a chuckwagon set up at the Little Missouri Horse Company ranch near Amidon, N.D. Coffee pots and other cooking vessels are visible on a stove...

43. Taking it easy on the front porch Little Missouri Horse Company Ranch near Amidon, N.D. Taking it easy on the front porch Little Missouri Horse Company Ranch near Amidon, N.D. Reading; Leisure; Ranches; Several men sit or stretch out on the porch of a Little Missouri Horse Company ranch building near Amidon, N.D. One of the men appears to be reading a newspaper. Clothing hangs from the porch. Only George...

44. Ruth and Katherine feeding a lamb, Hettinger County, N.D. Ruth and Katherine feeding a lamb, Hettinger County, N.D. Girls; Sheep; Homesteading; Wooden buildings; Clothing & dress; Children; Livestock; Two young girls identified only as Ruth and Katherine feed a lamb in front of an old wooden building. The younger of the two girls uses a bottle of some sort to feed the lamb while the older watches. Both...

45. Group of students in front of the John Gilberg School with Hope Mattoon, the teacher, Mott, N.D. Group of students in front of the John Gilberg School with Hope Mattoon, the teacher, Mott, N.D. Schools; School children; Teachers; Boys; Girls; Women; One-room schools; Privies; Photographic postcards; Group portraits; A group of students and their teacher identified as Hope Mattoon pose for a photograph in front of a school house identified as the John Gilberg School in Mott, North Dakota. Also visible in the background...

46. Bismarck policemen portrait Bismarck policemen portrait Police; Uniforms; Badges; Group portraits; Four men dressed as Bismarck police officers stand for a group portrait. Only one man wears a badge, and another wears a casual hat instead of the helmets the other three officers wear.

47. Julius Weinrebe and friends group portrait Julius Weinrebe and friends group portrait Group portraits; Photographers; Suits (Clothing); Julius Weinrebe and other men pose for a group portrait while another man, identified as Dan Mulick, stands in front of them with a camera. Standing, left to right are Clete Mulick, Caspar Aaker, and an...

48. Panoramic views of Beach, N.D. Panoramic views of Beach, N.D. Postcards; Panoramic views; Two panoramic views showing homes and businesses of Beach, N.D.

49. Aerial view of flooding, Glasston, N.D. Aerial view of flooding, Glasston, N.D. Floods; Aerial photographs; Farms; Houses; Roads; An aerial view of flooded farmland and houses in Glasston, N.D. Only raised areas such as roads are not covered by flood waters.

50. Regis de Trobriand diary excerpt 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...

51. Hotel McKenzie roof garden, Bismarck, N.D. Hotel McKenzie roof garden, Bismarck, N.D. Hotels; Roof gardens; Dancers; Dance parties; Restaurants; Postcards; People dance at the roof garden at the Hotel McKenzie in downtown Bismarck. Other people sit and eat meals at tables arranged around the perimeter of the dance floor. An inset picture shows the hotel located...

52. E.G. Patterson Drug Store interior, Bismarck, N.D. E.G. Patterson Drug Store interior, Bismarck, N.D. Drugstores; Cigars; Spittoons; Dressing & grooming equipment; A view of the interior of Edward G. Patterson's drug store in downtown Bismarck. Many items are stocked on shelves behind the counters. A display of cigar boxes is visible in one display case, and various...

53. Pleasant, North Dakota baseball team portrait Pleasant, North Dakota baseball team portrait Baseball players; Baseball; Group portraits; Members of the Pleasant, N.D. baseball team pose for a team portrait in their uniforms. Some wear baseball gloves, and some hold bats. One man's jersey reads Pleasant, while others sport jerseys that are...

54. Patterson Hotel billboard, outside Fargo, N.D. Patterson Hotel billboard, outside Fargo, N.D. Billboards; Hotels; Barns; Plants; Advertisements; A billboard likely located outside Fargo, N.D. advertises the Patterson Hotel located in Bismarck. The billboard reads "200 miles west you will find the only fireproof hotel in Bismarck. Ed. Patterson,...

55. Frontier scout volume 1, number 2 excerpt on sanitary conditions at Fort Rice, Dakota Territory Frontier scout volume 1, number 2 excerpt on sanitary conditions at Fort Rice, Dakota Territory Potatoes; Steamboats; Forts & fortifications; Diseases; Military facilities; Hospitals; An article written by 'Medicus' detailing the improvement of the health of troops at Fort Rice. The decrease in scurvy cases is specifically mentioned. The author pleads for fresh vegetables to arrive...

56. Wilmot P. Sanford diary extracts 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)...

57. Mrs. Jack Shell and Gene dancing during Petroleum Wives Follies rehearsals, Bismarck, N.D. Mrs. Jack Shell and Gene dancing during Petroleum Wives Follies rehearsals, Bismarck, N.D. Dancers; Stages (Platforms); Theatrical productions; Mrs. Jack Shell and a man identified only as Gene dance on the stage of what is likely the World War Memorial Building in Bismarck during rehearsals for the Petroleum Wives Follies. A man in the background...

58. Paul with rifle at Custer Trail Ranch near Medora, N.D. Paul with rifle at Custer Trail Ranch near Medora, N.D. Ranches; Tents; Rifles; A man identified only as Paul stands holding a rifle on a path between several buildings on the Custer Trail Ranch near Medora. Tents and the Badlands are also visible in the background.

59. Nelse and the mess wagon, Custer Trail Ranch near Medora, N.D. Nelse and the mess wagon, Custer Trail Ranch near Medora, N.D. Ranches; Horses; Carts & wagons; Chuck wagons; A man identified only as Nelse sits on a chuckwagon drawn by four horses down a steep hill somewhere on the grounds of the Custer Trail Ranch near Medora. The wagon is loaded with barrels, tents, and other...

60. Brown in front of ranch building, Custer Trail Ranch near Medora, N.D. Brown in front of ranch building, Custer Trail Ranch near Medora, N.D. Ranches; Carts & wagons; Barrels; Chairs; A man identified only as Brown stands in front of one of the buildings at the Custer Trail Ranch near Medora. A cart, barrel, and several chairs are in front of the building. Other buildings are visible...
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