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These texts are from Box 5 of the Robert C. Hollow Material and are located in a black 3-ring binder in Box 5 of the Robert C. Hollow collection. These texts were originally collected by Edward Kennard...
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...
Letter from Estella to DeFrantie Kingsley
Religious services; Sunday schools; Animals; Plants; Carts & wagons; Guests; Correspondence;
A letter from Estella S. to DeFrantie Kingsley talking about her life in Eckelson, Dakota Territory. She talks about church services, Sunday School, visits from friends and family from the East, riding...
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...
Girlie show, Wells County Fair, Fessenden, N.D.
Fairs; Bikinis (Bathing suits); Burlesque shows;
A woman talks into a microphone during a girlie show at the Wells County Fair. Women in dresses, costumes, and bikinis stand behind her. Several men have assembled to watch the show.
C. Norman Brunsdale visiting constituents, Fort Rice, N.D.
Political campaigns; Farmers; Birds; Fences; Farms;
C. Norman Brunsdale visits constituents on a farm in the Fort Rice area. He talks to a man wearing overalls, and a boy who stands next to a fencepost with a bird atop it.
Alvin H. Ode interview about destruction of North Dakota State Capitol building
Fires; Capitols; Government facilities; Fire fighters; Interviews;
Dennis Neumann interviews Alvin H. Ode, former Bismarck N.D. fire chief, and witness as a young boy to the destruction of the North Dakota State Capitol by fire in December 1930. Mr. Ode was hoisted into...
Dorry Shaw diary
Hunting; Basketball; Boys; Fighting; Motion pictures; Radios;
Dorry Shaw kept this diary as part of an English class assignment, so it coincides with the last part of the school year. Nevertheless, he wrote a detailed account of one month of his daily life, revealing...
Gene Autry with group at Frank Wetzstein's cabin north of Mandan, N.D.
Eating & drinking; Cowboys; Ranchers; Cabins; Kitchens;
Gene Autry talks to Frank Wetzstein and another man before a dinner held at Wetzstein's cabin north of Mandan. In the foreground, the table is set for dinner, and a man makes a salad.
Two men talking with Gene Autry at Frank Wetzstein's cabin north of Mandan, N.D.
Cowboys; Cabins; Kitchens; Eating & drinking;
Gene Autry, at center, talks with two unidentified men at Frank Wetzstein's cabin north of Mandan. The counter behind the men and the table in the foreground are set for a meal.
William Guy, Murray Baldwin, and John Burke statue, Bismarck, N.D.
Sculpture; Governors; Capitols;
Governor William Guy talks to Representative Murray Baldwin in front of a statue of John Burke on display inside the North Dakota State Capitol building in Bismarck. The original of this statue stands...
William L. Guy with people in Native American and western dress, Bismarck, N.D.
Governors; Headdresses; Tipis;
Governor William L. Guy stands and talks with a man in Native American dress, and a man in western dress while a crowd watches on the capitol grounds in Bismarck. A tipi is visible in the background.
Governor William L. and Jean Guy and President Lyndon B. Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson at White House Governors Reception, Washington, D.C.
Presidents; Governors; Spouses; Fireplaces; Chimneypieces;
Governor William L. Guy talks to First Lady Lady Bird Johnson while Jean Guy talks to President Lyndon B. Johnson in front of a fireplace at the White House during a reception for United States Governors....
John Kerry talks to reporters at campaign rally, Fargo, N.D.
Public speaking; Political posters; Political elections; Political campaigns; Political parades & rallies; Signs (Notices); Airplanes;
John Kerry is seated and talks to reporters at a rally at the Fargo Air Museum.
Fargo teen has political aspirations news video
Memorabilia; Political participation; Student aspirations; Journalism; Capitol pages
News story about Fargo teenager Brad Rabideaux about his political aspirations. He talks about his collection of campaign buttons and his upcoming job as a page on the U.S. Senate floor.
Walter Hjelle, election observer, Vietnam
Political elections; Voting;
North Dakota Highway Commissioner Walter Hjelle talks to Vietnamese during his role as election observer in Vietnam. Hjelle accompanied Governor William L. Guy to Vietnam.
John E. Davis and William L. Guy, receiving keys to Governor's Office, Bismarck, N.D.
Governors; Keys (Hardware);
Outgoing governor John E. Davis talks to incoming governor William L. Guy while Guy examines the keys to the Governor's Office.
Susan Wefald at Pat Galvin-Kit Henegar political booth
Political elections; Political campaigns; Government officials;
Susan Wefald stands and talks with an unidentified man at a booth filled with political posters and ephemera. A sign above the booth promotes Pat Galvin and Kit Henegar for District 33 House seats. Advertisements...
Tents amongst trees, North Dakota Heritage Center groundbreaking ceremony, Bismarck, N.D.
Ground breaking ceremonies; Tents; Trees; Capitols;
Tents are visible amongst the trees on the North Dakota State Capitol grounds on the occasion of the groundbreaking ceremony for the North Dakota Heritage Center. A man in a suit talks to a man seated...
Theodore Roosevelt at Dickinson, N.D.
Presidents; Politicians; Railroad cars; Trees; Crowds;
Theodore Roosevelt talks to two other men standing on the back of a railroad car in Dickinson. A crowd of people have gathered under a tree at the back of the train to listen.
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