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Our Own Friendly Anne Carlsen Goes To the White House with a Smile
People with disabilities; Awards; Announcements; Vice presidents; Teachers;
A framed announcement sponsored by the Lutheran Hospitals and Homes society congratulating Anne Carlsen on her receiving the Handicapped American of 1958 award. A photograph of Carlsen outside the Crippled...
22 Mandan Indian stories recorded, transcribed, and translated by Robert C. Hollow. The following stories are available: First Creator and Lone Man Argue; First Creator and Lone Man Make the Land; The...
My red brother manuscript
Manuscript describing the ancient works, arts, customs, and mode of life of the early Native Americans of the Missouri River Valley. Includes the author's own theories of the origins of the existence of...
Sow the seeds of victory! Plant & raise your own vegetables poster
War posters; Gardens; Seeds; Gardening;
National War Garden Commission promotional poster depicting Liberty broadcasting seed.
Unrestored residence, Bagg Bonanza Farm District, Mooreton, N.D. vicinity
The L-shaped residence at the Bagg Bonanza Farm near Mooreton, North Dakota is seen prior to restoration in this photograph. The wood framed structure has shiplap siding and a deteriorating wood shingle...
Pre-restoration farm buildings, Bagg Bonanza Farm District, Mooreton, N.D. vicinity
Agricultural facilities; Farms;
This photograph of the Bagg Bonanza Farm near Mooreton North Dakota shows various farm buildings prior to their restoration. Tall grass and the gray color of the shiplap siding speaks to the years of disuse...
Oscar H. Will & Company seed catalog, 1911
Seeds; Seed trade; Gardening; Mail-order businesses; Catalogs; Corn;
The front cover of the Oscar H. Will & Company seed catalog for 1911 features an Indian man passing a settler an ear of corn, and then the settler standing in a field of his own corn. Dakota, Gehu and...
Christmas 1929 front page of The Bisbee gazette
Christmas presents; Snow; Airplanes; Trees; Newspapers;
Santa Claus flies a propellor-powered airplane carrying a large sack of toys and wrapped Christmas presents. A town below, likely Santa's own village at the North Pole is covered in snow, and boasts buildings...
Staff Sergeant Adams and men from the 3662nd Ordnance Company shoveling out bulldozer, Burnstad, N.D.
Militias; Shovels; Bulldozers; Snow; Blizzards; Farms;
Men from the National Guard work to shovel out one of their own bulldozers after the March 1966 blizzard near Burnstad. A farmstead is visible in the background.
John Smith portrait
Older people; Headdresses; Portrait photographs;
John Smith of Cass Lake, Minn. is shown on this postcard. Smith was reputed to be 137 years old when he died in 1922. He appears here wearing a headdress and an embroidered robe.
Louise Guthrie Blankenship in front of claim shack, Divide County, N.D.
Homesteading; Wooden buildings; Snow; Dresses;
Louise Guthrie Blankenship wears a checked dress and stand in front of her claim shack in Divide County. Snow is visible on the ground.
Norway Lutheran Church, Denbigh, N.D.
Lutheran churches; Automobiles; Grasses; Steeples;
A group of people posed in front of a church. A car is parked to the right. Grass in the foreground.
Man standing with haystacks near Richardton, N.D.
A man wearing a dark suit stands in front of haystacks in a field near Richardton.
Shocking grain, Hettinger County, N.D.
Sheaves; Harvesting; Agricultural laborers; Croplands;
Men on a farm in Hettinger County work to shock grain. Four men work together in groups of two, while one man works on his own.
Independence Congregational Church with Social Hall, Fort Berthold, N.D.
Congregational churches; Wooden churches; Churches; Social & civic facilities;
A wooden social hall allied with the Independence Congregational Church is visible in the foreground, while the church is visible in the background.
Chief Gall portrait
Feathers; Bows (Archery); Robes; Hides & skins;
Chief Gall poses for a portrait wearing a feather in his hair, and holding a buffalo robe and a bow.
Rolland Redlin and George Sinner
Legislators; Political campaigns; Buttons (Information artifacts);
Candidate for U.S. Congress Rolland W. Redlin stands with state representative George Sinner. Redlin wears a button promoting his own campaign, and Sinner wears one that promotes Lyndon B. Johnson, Quentin...
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