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North Dakota Congressional delegation in front of U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.
Legislators; Politicians; Capitols; Group portraits;
Members of the North Dakota Congressional delegation stand with North Dakota legislators on the steps of the U.S. Capitol in Washington. Standing on the steps, left to right are: Milton Young, Mark Andrews,...
Arthur A. Link and Quentin Burdick in front of U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.
Capitols; Legislators; Pointing fingers; Suits (Clothing);
Arthur Link and Quentin Burdick stand outside the U.S. Capitol in Washington. Burdick is pointing to something out of frame while Link watches.
Earl Pomeroy, Byron Dorgan, Myron H. Bright, Daniel Akaka, and Kent Conrad, Washington, D.C.
Veterans; Judges; Legislators; Group portraits;
Judge Myron H. Bright stands with North Dakota Congressman Earl Pomeroy, and Senators Byron Dorgan, Daniel Akaka, and Kent Conrad during an event for World War II veterans in Washington, D.C. All of the...
Arthur A. Link and Hubert H. Humphrey
Legislators; Suits (Clothing); Neckties;
Arthur A. Link stands together with Hubert H. Humphrey for a photograph. An unidentified man and woman are visible in the background. Link wears a name tag.
George McGovern shaking hands with Arthur Link
Governors; Legislators; Presidential elections;
Senator George McGovern shakes hands with North Dakota Governor Arthur Link while a large group of photographers and reporters look on. The location is likely Washington, D.C.
Byron Dorgan, Earl Pomeroy, Kent Conrad, Washington, D.C.
Legislators; Group portraits; Proclamations;
Senator Byron Dorgan, Congressman Earl Pomeroy, and Senator Kent Conrad stand behind a desk that holds a photograph and a proclamation.
U.S. Savings and Loan Legislative League dinner, Washington, D.C.
Eating & drinking; Dining rooms; Dining tables; Meetings; Legislators;
Members of the North Dakota congressional delegation and other North Dakotans gather for a meal at the U.S. Savings and Loan League meeting. Left to right are: Two unidentified women, Senator Quentin Burdick,...
C. Norman Brunsdale being sworn in as a senator by Richard M. Nixon, Washington, D.C.
Legislators; Oaths; Flags; Vice presidents;
C. Norman Brunsdale is sworn in as a senator from North Dakota by Vice President Richard M. Nixon. North Dakota's other senator, Milton R. Young watches.
Fritzie and Myron Bright with Quentin Burdick and Lyndon B. Johnson at the White House, Washington, D.C.
Presidents; Legislators; Judges; Spouses;
Frances "Fritzie" Bright, her husband Myron, and Senator Quentin Burdick stand with President Lyndon B. Johnson at the White House. The Brights were in Washington for Myron Bright's appointment hearing...
C. Norman and Carrie Brunsdale on steps of United States Capitol, Washington, D.C.
Capitols; Spouses; Legislators; Governors; Construction;
C. Norman Brunsdale and his wife Carrie stand on the steps of the United States Capitol building in Washington. Construction equipment is visible working behind them.
Naval Arms Limitation Treaty and Navy Day documents
Navies; Governors; Legislators; Correspondence; Telegrams; Celebrations;
A selection of documents arranged to show the opinions of Americans and North Dakotans on the role of the Navy, naval disarmament, and a celebration of the Navy's accomplishments. Included are a letter...
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...
Patricia Shaughnessy, Myron H. Bright, Kent Conrad and Conrad aide, Washington, D.C.
Judges; Legislators; Group portraits; Flags;
Patricia Shaughnessy, Judgy Myron H. Bright, Senator Kent Conrad, and an aide to the Senator stand together for a photograph, likely in the senator's office in Washington. Shaughnessy was a U.S. Supreme...
William L. Guy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Quentin Burdick, Washington, D.C.
Governors; Legislators; Presidents; Group portraits;
Governor William L. Guy, President Lyndon B. Johnson and Senator Quentin Burdick, pose together for a photograph, probably taken in Washington, D.C. following the 1964 presidential election.
C. Norman Brunsdale portrait
Legislators; Governors; Flags; Capitols; Portrait photographs; Globes;
C. Norman Brunsdale poses for a formal portrait during his time in the senate. A globe, an American flag, and a photograph of the United States Capitol are visible behind him.
United States Senate Wives luncheon, Washington, D.C.
Legislators' spouses; Luncheons; Dining tables;
Carrie Brunsdale sits with other wives of United States Senators at a luncheon in Washington. The wives had previously been doing work for the Red Cross before the luncheon. The women all wear nametags....
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