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Actors portraying George Custer and 7th Cavalry officers, Fort Abraham Lincoln
Historical dramas; Actors; Maps; Open-air theaters; Open-air theatrical productions;
An actor dressed as a 7th Cavalry officer shakes his fist at an actor portraying George Custer standing behind a desk. Another actor sits in a chair, and two other actors stand to confront Custer during...
Adams County Courthouse, archway detail, Hettinger, N.D.
The entrance door to the courtroom in the Adams County Courthouse in Hettinger, N.D. is topped with a rusticated arch. Original light fixtures can be seen on either side and suspended from the ceiling....
Adams County Courthouse, courtroom interior view, Hettinger N.D.
County government; Courtrooms;
The interior of a courtroom at the Adams County Courthouse in Hettinger, N.D. showcases dark wood furniture in the jury box to the right of the photograph and the spectator seating in the foreground. The...
Allen Olson, Thomas Clifford and others, Grand Forks, N.D.
Governors; College presidents; Flags; Athletes;
Governor Allen Olson stands with UND president Thomas Clifford and two other men in a room with a sign that likely reads University of North Dakota All-Americans. Photos of UND athletes adorn the walls....
Archaeological dig, Fort Union, N.D.
Archaeological sites; Archaeology; Wheelbarrows; Forts & fortifications;
Wheelbarrows are stacked at center at an archaeological dig at Fort Union National Historic Site. People look on from the edges of the dig. Walls or foundations have been partially exposed at the dig site....
Assiniboine breaking camp at Fort Union
Forts & fortifications; Camps; Tipis; Horses; Fur trade; Trading posts;
The Assinboine break camp near the location of Fort Union. Horses and tipis are visible in the camp. The flagpole and walls of the fort are visible at center.
Attorney General's office, North Dakota State Capitol
Lawyers; Government facilities; Capitols; Offices;
A view of the Attorney General's office in the North Dakota State Capitol building in Bismarck. Two desks are set up in the office, and books sit in built-in bookcases. The walls are wood paneled.
Barnes County Courthouse, interior atrium view, Valley City, N.D.
County government; Atriums; Stairways;
The interior three-story atrium of the Barnes County Courthouse in Valley City, N.D. is surrounded by walls faced in Italian marble. The stairways are trimmed with Belgian marble with marble steps and...
Beatrice Nygaard selling war bonds
War bonds & funds; Posters; War work;
Beatrice Nygaard and two unidentified women stand behind a table selling war bonds. Posters advertising war bonds are displayed on the table and walls behind them.
Benson County Courthouse, exterior view, Minnewaukan, N.D.
The exterior facade of the Benson County Courthouse in Minnewaukan, N.D. projects a fortress-like visual impact. It has battered stone foundation walls, brown brick for upper walls and stone trims. The...
Blockhouse at Fort Abercrombie, N.D.
Postcards; Blockhouses; Forts & fortifications; Military facilities;
A blockhouse at Fort Abercrombie with the fort walls extending from both sides.
Boardroom, First National Bank, Bismarck, N.D.
Banks; Conference rooms; Chairs; Tables; Paneling;
A view of the boardroom of the First National Bank in Bismarck. Dark paneling is visible on the walls, and a patterne is stencilled above. Chairs and a large table are set out as if for a meeting.
Butler Studio reception area, Bismarck, N.D.
Photographic studios; Telephones; Spittoons; Chairs; Reception rooms;
The reception area of the Butler Studio in Bismarck, N.D. Samples of the Butlers' work hangs on the walls, and several chairs are provided for the comfort of customers. A telephone is visible on the desk,...
Butler Studio sitting room, Bismarck, N.D.
Photographic studios; Sculpture; Chairs; Portrait photographs;
A view of the sitting room at the Butler Studio in Bismarck. A variety of chairs, tables, and statuary are visible, and many portraits hang on the walls.
Cecil Baker round barn, first floor interior view, Kensal, N.D. vicinity
Barns; Farms; Animal feeding; Windows; Rafters; Historic buildings
The interior of the first floor of the Cecil Baker round barn near Kensal. The poured concrete floor made dairy operations sanitary, while the hayracks and feed troughs located in the center of the barn...
Charles L. and Susan W. Hall at desk, Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, N.D.
Indian reservations; Spouses; Clergy; Missionaries; Books; Bookcases; Lamps; Stoves;
Dr. Charles L. Hall and his wife Susan sit on opposite sides of a wide desk in a small room. Bookshelves and shelves filled with papers cover two of the walls. A revolving book rack and a stove are also...
Christmas breakfast with the Fiskes
Christmas decorations; Photographs; Families;
Three female members of the Fiske family meet for breakfast on Christmas 1934. Crepe paper decorated with bells hangs from the ceiling, and the table is set with a variety of foods. Family portraits and...
Civilian Conservation Corps boys relaxing in canteen
Employee eating facilities; Stoves; Cigarettes; Advertisements;
Members of the Civilian Conservation Corps relax in a canteen, sitting in groups and drinking ginger beer. Advertisements for cigarettes are visible on the walls, and a small stove is visible in the background....
Civilian Conservation Corps company 2772 hospital, near Watford City, N.D.
Hospitals; Beds; Stoves; Camps;
Neat beds line the walls in the hospital of CCC company 2772. A door at the end of the room is painted with the words "Isolation Ward." A stove is visible in the middle of the room.
Civilian Conservation Corps excavation for wing walls, International Peace Garden, Man. and N.D.
Concrete; Men; Excavation; Construction; Progress photographs; Construction workers;
Men are preparing an area for pouring cement. Bags of cement sit in the left foreground. Large cuts have been dug into the embankment behind the workers.
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