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Letter to Myron H. Bright from John F. Kennedy
Correspondence; Legislators; Presidential elections;
Letter to Myron H. Bright from Senator John F. Kennedy in which Kennedy praises Bright for his work on Quentin Burdick's election campaign to fill William Langer's senate seat. The letter was written shortly...
Sod house interior, Divide County, N.D.
Cookery; Men; Stoves; Sod buildings; Pipes (Smoking); Immigrants;
Bernt O. Paulson cooking at stove inside of sod house. He smokes a pipe while stirring a bowl. The interior of the house has been wallpapered and a shelf with various cans is in the left corner of the...
Town band, Holmes, N.D.
Bands; Musicians; Musical instruments; Group portraits; Band uniforms;
Members of the Holmes Band pose for a group portrait wearing their uniforms and holding their instruments. Their hats have the world "Holmes" written on them.
Mrs. Erling Monnes and Jean Lund hoeing a row, Powers Lake, N.D.
Mrs. Erling Monnes (left) and Jean Lund hoe a row in a field of young crops near Powers Lake, N.D.
Jean Lund and her class at Andrew Holman School, 4 miles southwest of Powers Lake, N.D.
Schools; Teachers; School children; Students; Blackboards;
Teacher Jean Lund stands with her students at the front of a classroom at Andrew Holman School, near Powers Lake, N.D. The date "Oct. 20, 1910" is written above them on the blackboard.
Bethel Baptist Church guild girls flag exercise, Powers Lake, N.D.
Flags; Holidays; Girls; Decorations; Fourth of July celebrations;
Girls from the Bethel Baptist Church guild stand with their flags after a flag exercise on the Fourth of July in the Powers Lake City Auditorium. Patriotic bunting and a welcome sign decorates the room....
Anton Nelson homestead and first school, Litchville, N.D.
Schools; Windmills; Cattle; Horses; Children; Horseback riding; Barns;
Cattle and horses graze on the Anton Nelson homestead near Litchville, N.D. A barn and windmill is visible. Children stand in the yard, or sit on horseback. In the distance, behind the windmill, the first...
Powers Lake Catholic ladies serving lunch from tent on Fourth of July
Holidays; Tents; Flags; Fourth of July celebrations;
Ladies from a Catholic Church or club in Powers Lake serve lunch out of a tent on the Fourth of July. A church and other buildings are visible in the background. A flag flies from the top of the tent.
Students of Garnes Township School, Burke County, N.D.
Students; Schools; School children; Boys; Girls;
Students from the Garnes Township School in Burke County stand outside the school building for a class portrait. A bit of snow is visible at their feet. The students are identified as follows: Morris Van...
Signa Hermanson Larsen peeling potatoes for cooking, Burke County, N.D.
Cookery; Cooks; Potatoes; Barns;
Signa Hermanson Larsen peels potatoes on the steps of a cook car on a farm in Burke County. A barn and mattress springs are visible behind her. A large box with Cracker Jacks written on it is visible in...
Burning coal mine North of Hay Draw School, McKenzie County, N.D.
Coal mining; Burning coal veins; Automobiles;
Badland hills in background open ground in foreground with smoke coming out of fissure. A car is visible in the distance.
Girls dressed as original states, July 4th parade, New England, N.D.
Parades & processions; Floats (Parades); Umbrellas; Fourth of July celebrations; Holidays;
A group of girls dressed in white dresses and holding umbrellas with names of the original 13 states printed on them sit on a decorated float for a 4th of July parade in New England, N.D.
First National Bank Building Mott, N.D.
Banks; Banking industry; Banking; Automobiles; Signs (Notices); Stairways; Billiard parlors; Ice cream & ices; Utility poles; Photographic postcards;
This postcard shows the First National Bank Building in Mott, N.D. The building is two floors made out of brick. On top of the building has the date 1911 built in, indicating when the building was constructed....
Main Street Mott, N.D.
Automobiles; Business enterprises; Utility poles; Dirt roads; Photographic postcards;
A view of Main Street in Mott, N.D. Automobiles are visible on the unpaved road. Utility poles and businesses line the road. Some signs are visible including "Cream Station," "White City Rubber Tire Vulcanizing...
Crowd on Main Street, Mandan, N.D.
Men; Women; Children; Crowds; Streets; Street lights; Banks; Commercial facilities; Buildings; Business enterprises; Drugstores; Photographic postcards;
A group of people are lined up along Main Street in Mandan, N.D. Behind them is a row of two-story businesses. The building on the far left the sign says "Bank." To the right of that is a building where...
Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Bagg portrait
This photograph shows Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Bagg dressed up nicely for the camera. The inscription indicates that the photograph was taken at Mr. Bagg's Massachusetts home.
Frontier scout volume 1, number 2 excerpt on sanitary conditions at Fort Rice, Dakota Territory
Potatoes; Steamboats; Forts & fortifications; Diseases; Military facilities; Hospitals;
An article written by 'Medicus' detailing the improvement of the health of troops at Fort Rice. The decrease in scurvy cases is specifically mentioned. The author pleads for fresh vegetables to arrive...
Excerpts from William B. Hazen article "The Great Middle Region of the United States"
Hay; Temperature; Railroads; Forts & fortifications; Rain; Weather; Summer; Winter; Storms; Horses; Immigrants; Farming;
A brief excerpt from an article written by William B. Hazen (commanding officer of Fort Buford) and a chart of the rainfall records from Fort Buford. Hazen’s comments were published shortly before the...
Removing Capitol cornerstone, Bismarck, N.D.
Capitols; Government facilities; Cornerstones;
A crew of men work to extract the cornerstone from the original North Dakota State Capitol building after it was destroyed by fire. The men use sledgehammers in an attempt to release the stone. One man...
Cake for dedication of new VHF state radio system
Radio broadcasting; Communications; Cakes; Dedications; Radio & television towers;
A cake shaped like radio towers has been made to celebrate the dedication of the new VHF radio system to be used by North Dakota State Radio. The date of dedication, July 15 1977 is written on the cake...
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