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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.
John F. Kennedy and Frank Knox departing fairgrounds, Fargo, N.D.
Senator John F. Kennedy shakes hands with members of the crowd at the fairgrounds in Fargo. He wears a button reading "Burdick June 28", indicating the special election then Congressman Quentin Burdick...
Quentin Burdick and family at Burdick's birthday party, Fargo, N.D.
Birthdays; Birthday parties; Families; Legislators; Photographers;
Quentin Burdick and his family sit on stage during speeches on the occasion of Burdick's birthday, held at the Red River Valley Fairgrounds in Fargo. Two photographers are visible in the background.
Quentin Burdick, Robert F. Wagner Jr., Harold L. Anderson, James Jungroth, and Myron H. Bright
Lawyers; Judges; Legislators; Cigarettes; Ribbons; Eyeglasses;
Senator Quentin N. Burdick, Robert F. Wagner, Jr. of New York, Harold L. Anderson, James Jungroth, and Myron H. Bright stand together and have a discussion. Anderson wears a ribbon reading "Host" and Bright...
Quentin Burdick and Stuart Symington visit VA Hospital, Fargo, N.D.
Physicians; Veterans; Hospitals; Legislators;
Quentin Burdick shakes hands with a patient at the Fargo VA Hospital while a doctor and Stuart Symington look on.
John Murphy, unidentified man, and Myron H. Bright
Suits (Clothing); Eyeglasses; Portrait photographs;
John Murphy and Myron H. Bright talk to an unidentified man.
James Symington playing the guitar at Quentin Burdick's birthday party, Fargo, N.D.
Guitars; Singers; Singing; Legislators; Stages (Platforms); Birthday parties;
James Symington plays the guitar at a birthday party for Quentin Burdick in Fargo. Dignitaries in the background include John F. Kennedy, Stuart Symington, and Usher Burdick.
Marv Bossart interviewing Usher Burdick, Fargo, N.D.
Interviews; Legislators; Buttons (Information artifacts);
Fargo radio and television personality Marv Bossart conducts an interview with Usher Burdick on the Red River Valley Fairgrounds. Burdick wears a Quentin Burdick for Senate campaign button.
Quentin Burdick and family cutting birthday cake, Fargo, N.D.
Birthdays; Birthday parties; Cakes; Legislators; Families;
Quentin Burdick cuts his birthday cake at a party held for him in Fargo, while his family and Senators John F. Kennedy and Stuart Symington look on.
Ms. Hunter, Quentin Burdick, William L. Guy and unidentified woman at Fargo Post office
Buttons (Information artifacts); Political campaigns; Political elections; Legislators;
A woman identified only as Ms. Hunter (later Mrs. Halgrimson) pins a Burdick campaign button on the candidate himself, Quentin Burdick, while an unidentified woman pins another Burdick button on William...
John F. Kennedy speaking at Quentin Burdick's birthday party, Fargo, N.D.
Bands; Birthdays; Birthday parties; Legislators; Families; Automobiles; Stages (Platforms);
Senator John F. Kennedy addreses the crowd at Congressman Quentin Burdick's birthday party in Fargo. Burdick and his family sit on the stage to Kennedy's right. A brass band and piano are visible in the...
Stuart Symington portrait with autograph
Portrait photographs; Legislators; Buttons (Information artifacts);
Stuart Symington sits posed for a portrait. He wears a Quentin Burdick campaign button.
Quentin Burdick's birthday cake with James Symington and Miss North Dakota Carol Olson singing, Fargo, N.D.
Birthdays; Birthday parties; Cakes; Singing; Singers; Beauty contestants; Families; Legislators;
Miss North Dakota Carol Olson, James Symington, and Quentin Burdick's family sing, presumably Happy Birthday at the congressman's birthday party in Fargo. A cake is front and center on the stage.
Jenny and Jan Burdick in Native American attire, Fargo, N.D.
Clothing & dress; Feathers; Beads;
Jenny and Jan Burdick wear Native American attire, and stand with Native Americans similarly dressed during an event in Fargo. One of the men present wears beaded piece of clothing with the words Belcourt...
North Dakota New York World's Fair Concert program
Exhibitions; Bands; Concerts; Dancers; Singers; Singing; Drill teams;
Souvenir program detailing the participants in a North Dakota themed concert held at on North Dakota Day at the World's Fair Assembly Pavilion during the New York World's Fair. Participants include the...
William L. Guy family Christmas card
Christmas cards; Families; Spouses; Governors;
A Christmas card from the William L. Guy family, featuring the entrance to the Governors Residence on the front of the card, and a holiday greeting and picture of the Guy family on the inside.
Snake Creek Pumping Plant ground breaking ceremony dinner program
Pumping stations; Dinner parties; Programs; Ground breaking ceremonies; Governors; Legislators;
Souvenir program for the dinner held on the occasion of the ground breaking for the Snake Creek Pumping Plant, part of the Garrison Diversion Unit. The program includes photographs of speakers Stewart...
John Burke statue to National Statuary Hall program
Sculpture; Programs; Dedications;
Program detailing the unveiling and presentation of the John Burke statue in Memorial Hall in Bismarck before the statue was moved to National Statuary Hall in Washington, D.C. to represent North Dakota....
Garrison Diversion Unit ground breaking ceremony program
Ground breaking ceremonies; Programs; Legislators; Clowns; Air shows; Parachuting; Bands; Concerts; Water skiing; Governors; Dancers;
A souvenir program distributed on the occasion of the ground breaking for the Garrison Diversion Unit. The schedule of events for the day included a concert by the Devils Lake Elks Band, aerial acrobatics,...
William L. Guy and new state computer system, Bismarck, N.D.
Computers; Governors; Telephones; Calendars;
Governor William L. Guy speaks into a microphone and stands with the new state computer system, an RCA Spectra 70, model 45. A manual, calendar, ashtray, and telephone sit on the desk in front of him.
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