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Porter, Robert E.
Harris, Leo D.
Mattison, Ray H., 1903...
Risem, Andreas, 1876-1...
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Wergeland Monument, Island Park, Fargo, N.D.
Sculpture; Parks; Trees; Postcards;
A view of the Henrik Wergeland statue in Island Park in Fargo. The statue stands upon a base with an inscription that reads: "Henrik Wergeland, born at Christiansand, June 17, 1808, died at Christiania,...
Cornerstone laying for Highway Building, Bismarck, N.D.
Cornerstones; Cornerstone laying; Governors;
Highway Commissioner Walter Hjelle and Governor William L. Guy hold trowels during the cornerstone laying ceremony for the North Dakota Highway Building in Bismarck. The cornerstone is suspended in the...
Governor William L. Guy signing Air Force Nurse Proclamation, Bismarck, N.D.
Nurses; Governors; Proclamations; Document signings;
Governor William L. Guy sits at his desk and signs the Air Force Nurse proclamation while two Air Force nurses look on. The name tag on the left nurse's name tag reads Hutchison. The other nurse is unidentified....
Pole marker showing lake levels 1870 to present, Devils Lake, N.D.
Historical markers; Lakes & ponds; Floods; Droughts;
A pole alongside a road in the Devils Lake area shows the water levels of the lake through history, from 1870 to the 1940s. The bottom marker reads 1910, elevation 1421. The next marker up reads 1900,...
Liberty School District baseball team
Baseball; Baseball players; Uniforms; Group portraits;
Boys from the Liberty School District baseball team, located north of Powers Lake, N.D. pose for a team photograph in their uniforms. Boys in the front row hold bats. The boys are identified as, left to...
Opheim Cabin, Cooperstown, Griggs County, N.D.
Winter; Snow; Log cabins; Signs (Notices);
A view of the Opheim Cabin in Cooperstown, N.D. The cabin is constructed from logs, and is painted white. A sign in front of the cabin reads: "Opheim Cabin first permanent home in Griggs County. Built...
Former Governors' Mansion, Bismarck, N.D.
Governors; Snow; Winter; Signs (Notices);
A view of the former Governors' Mansion in Bismarck during winter time. The sign out front of the building reads that the mansion is closed for the season. Snow covers the ground.
Main house, Bagg Bonanza Farm, southeast of Mooreton, Richland County, N.D.
Farmhouses; Farms; Signs (Notices);
A view of the farmhouse at the Bagg Bonanza Farm near Mooreton, N.D. A sign in front of the house reads: "The F.A. Bagg Farm listed on the National Register of Historic Places November 14, 1985. Approved...
Celebration around cairn on top of Butte Saint Paul, Bottineau County, N.D.
Cairns; Flags; Dedications; Buttes; Postcards;
People gather around the new cairn on top of Butte Saint Paul in Bottineau County. A flag flies from atop the cairn, which is also topped by a cross. The plaque on the cairn reads: "1850 1933 Butte Saint...
Native Americans in traditional dress at Four Bears Monument, Elbowoods, N.D.
Monuments & memorials; Headdresses; Feathers;
Native American men, women, and children stand in front of the Four Bears Monument at Elbowoods. The plaque on the monument reads: "In honor of Four Bears Chief of the Mandans."
Four Bears Monument, Elbowoods, N.D.
Monuments; Military uniforms; Headdresses; Feathers;
Major A.B. Welch and a man in Native American dress shake hands while a third man watches in front of a monument honoring Four Bears work with the Fort Laramie Treaty in Elbowoods, N.D. The inscription...
Major A.B. Welch and unidentified women at Four Bears Monument, Elbowoods, N.D.
Monuments; Soldiers; Military uniforms;
Major A.B. Welch and two unidentified women in Native American dress stand in front of a monument honoring Four Bears work with the Fort Laramie Treaty in Elbowoods, N.D. The inscription on the monument...
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...
Decorated wagons and animals in the July 4th parade, New England, N.D.
Parades & processions; Floats (Parades); Horses; Carts & wagons; Flags; Holidays; Fourth of July celebrations; Post offices; General stores;
Parked parade wagons and decorated animals and many people on the sidelines. Single story wood frame buildings are in the background. Some of the signs on the buildings read, " W.C. McKenzie, General Merchandise"...
Jim Scofield as Teddy Roosevelt and Julius Weinrebe portraying Woodrow Wilson in a parade, Minot, N.D.
Parades & processions; Presidents; Impersonation; Automobiles; Flags;
Jim Scofield, dressed as Teddy Roosevelt, and Julius Weinrebe, dressed as Woodrow Wilson ride in the back of an open car during a parade in Minot. The car is decorated with flags, and a sign that reads...
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...
Washburn Coal Company float in parade, Bismarck, N.D.
Contests; Coal; Parades & processions; Floats (Parades); Horses; Churches; Flags;
Two men stand on a horse-drawn float sponsored by the Washburn Coal Company. On the back of the float is a load of lignite. A sign attached to the back of the float reads: "This load of famous Wilton lignite...
Amidon Hotel, Amidon, N.D.
Hotels; Automobiles; Signs (Notices);
Two men stand outside the Amidon Hotel and read a sign that is propped up behind one of the vehicles parked in the lot. The sign reads: "We burn our coal mines, fossilize our ancestors, petrify our wood,...
Dedication of marker commemorating Yellowstone Lodge number 88, Fort Buford, N.D.
Flags; Monuments; Dedications; People;
People gather around a carved marker commemmorating the location of Yellowstone Lodge number 88, the first Masonic hall in North Dakota. The inscription reads: "Site of Yellowstone Lodge #88 Ancient Free...
Walter Welford cemetery marker, Cavalier Cemetery, Cavalier, N.D.
Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Monuments; Cemeteries; Governors;
A view of the cemetery marker for Governor Walter Welford, his wife Edith, and infant daughter Flora in the Cavalier Cemetery. The inscription reads: "Born in England in 1868, arrived in United States...
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