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Perry, L. Martin
Risem, Andreas, 1876-1...
Naylor, Margaret Wilde...
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Margaret and Helen Brunsdale
Reading; Families; Tables;
Margaret and Helen Brunsdale sit at a table and read a book or papers together. The location is likely to be the Governor's Mansion in Bismarck.
Aerial view of Menoken Indian Village site
Aerial photographs; Excavation; Cliffs;
This aerial view of Menoken Village shows the outline of the palisade and ditch with the four bastions. The location of the village on the banks of Apple Creek was strategically smart. Modern day farmers...
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...
Washington School, exterior close view, Grand Forks, N.D.
Architecture; Brickwork; Snow; Trees; Transportation; Schools;
A close view of the front entrance of Washington School. The decorative cast stone that typifies the structure is clearly visible. Two raised blocks read "Washington School" and "Fifth Ward" The photograph...
Members of Civilian Conservation Corps Camp 764 basketball team, Arkansas
Basketball players; Basketball; Wooden buildings; Group portraits;
Members of the Civilian Conservation Corps camp 764 basketball team pose for a group portrait wearing their uniforms that read "Nodak 764." One of the players in the front row holds a basketball. A simple...
J. Rush Holmes letter
Farming; Croplands; Harvesting; Oats; Summer; Correspondence;
A letter written by J. Rush Holmes to a friend back East detailing his new life at Amenia, North Dakota. He writes about high summer temperatures, the forthcoming harvest, crop prices, and his fellow workers....
Barns at North Dakota State Penitentiary, Bismarck, N.D.
Prisons; Dairy farming; Horses; Carts & wagons; Barns;
Dairy cows graze under the watch of two men on horseback near the barns of the North Dakota State Penitentiary in Bismarck. Another man stands with horses attached to a wagon. The barns read "19" and "27",...
Stone block, Fargo, N.D.
Music stores; Musical instruments; Phonographs; Benches; Men; Pianos; Wooden buildings;
A group of men standing in front of the piano store at left. One man stands in the window and another in the doorway of the record player store at right. A piano is visible through the entryway on the...
Cattle on Broadway, Williston, N.D.
Cattle; Horses; Horseback riding; Snow; Business districts; Storefronts;
A small herd of cattle on a snow covered street in the business district. People stand on the sidewalks, and two men are on horseback behind the cows. Storefronts are visible, but no names can be read....
On A Slant Indian Village at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, Mandan, N.D.
Plaques; Children; Historic sites; Dwellings;
A man and four children read the official North Dakota history plaque at the On a Slant Indian Village at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park. Earthlodges are visible in the background.
Portrait of three women and one man reading
Portrait photographs; Reading; Eyeglasses;
Three unidentified women stand behind a seated man and read a piece of paper over his shoulder. The man wears eyeglasses.
Soo Depot, Overly, N.D.
Postcards; Horses; Carts & wagons; Grain elevators; Railroad stations; Railroad tracks;
Two men sit reading near the Soo Depot in Overly, N.D. Two horses are hitched to a wagon in front of them. A grain elevator is partially visible in the background.
Fourth of July, Munich, N.D.
Fourth of July celebrations; Tents; Stables; Drugstores; Jewelry stores;
People gather in the streets for the Fourth of July festivities in Munich, N.D. Visible businesses include Miller Bros. Livery, Borgerson's, and Tyrell and Burke Drugs and Jewelry. The Modern Woodmen of...
Masonic Temple, Bismarck, N.D.
A view of the Masonic Temple on 3rd Street in Bismarck. The words over the entrance read A.D. 1911 and A.L. 5911.
Parade floats Ashley Diamond Jubilee parade, Ashley, N.D.
Parades & processions; Newspapers; Automobile service stations; Automobiles; Floats (Parades);
Men and women dressed in pioneer garb read newspapers on the back of a parade float in Ashley's Diamond Jubilee parade. A co-op gas station and the Ashley Creamery are visible in the background.
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