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1. North Dakota New York World's Fair Concert program 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...

2. North Dakota products display at Century 21 Exposition, Seattle, Wash. North Dakota products display at Century 21 Exposition, Seattle, Wash. Fairs; Merchandise displays; Tourism; Beer; Preserves; North Dakota products are prominently displayed at the North Dakota table at the Century 21 Exposition, or Seattle World's Fair. Included are tins of Firewax from the Gold Seal Company, Grill Time Bar-B-Q...

3. Dorothy Stickney receiving Rough Rider Award, Bismarck, N.D. Dorothy Stickney receiving Rough Rider Award, Bismarck, N.D. Governors; Actresses; Legislators; Flags; Awards; Governor William L. Guy holds aloft the large proclamation commissioning Dorothy Stickney as a Colonel in the Teddy Roosevelt Rough Riders, later known as the Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider Award. Dorothy...

4. Dorothy Stickney and William L. Guy in North Dakota Hall of Fame, Bismarck, N.D. Dorothy Stickney and William L. Guy in North Dakota Hall of Fame, Bismarck, N.D. Governors; Actresses; Portrait paintings; Awards; Dorothy Stickney and Governor William L. Guy pose in front of Stickney's portrait in the North Dakota Hall of Fame in the North Dakota State Capitol building in Bismarck. The portrait was painted by Emmett...

5. Dedication ceremony unveiling North Dakota Hall of Fame, Bismarck, N.D. Dedication ceremony unveiling North Dakota Hall of Fame, Bismarck, N.D. Musicians; Awards; Portrait paintings; Dedications; Public speaking; Photographers; Governor William L. Guy speaks at a podium at the dedication ceremony for the North Dakota Hall of Fame. Paintings of the Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider Award are covered with curtains in the background....

6. North Dakota tourism displays at Century 21 Exposition, Seattle, Wash. North Dakota tourism displays at Century 21 Exposition, Seattle, Wash. Fairs; Maps; Merchandise displays; Tourism; People stop to look at a map of North Dakota, photographs, and examine a display of North Dakota made products at the Century 21 Exposition, or Seattle World's Fair. The map advertises "Enjoy fast, cool,...

7. Governor William L. Guy and Dorothy Stickney in the Governor's Office, Bismarck, N.D. Governor William L. Guy and Dorothy Stickney in the Governor's Office, Bismarck, N.D. Governors; Actresses; Books; Reading; Flags; Governor William L. Guy and Dorothy Stickney stand together in the Governor's Office in Bismarck, holding a copy of Elwyn B. Robinson's book History of North Dakota.

8. William L. Guy and Dorothy Stickney with drawing of North Dakota Heritage Center, Bismarck, N.D. William L. Guy and Dorothy Stickney with drawing of North Dakota Heritage Center, Bismarck, N.D. Governors; Actresses; Drawings; Telephones; Governor William L. Guy and Dorothy Stickney examine one of the proposed design drawings for the North Dakota Heritage Center in the Governor's Office in Bismarck.

9. William L. Guy, Dorothy Stickney and others at North Dakota Hall of Fame, Bismarck, N.D. William L. Guy, Dorothy Stickney and others at North Dakota Hall of Fame, Bismarck, N.D. Governors; Actresses; Awards; Portrait paintings; Governor William L. Guy, Dorothy Stickney, an unidentified woman, and Mr. and Mrs. Belsheim stand in front of Stickney's portrait in the North Dakota Hall of Fame in the State Capitol building in Bismarck....

10. Tipperary, classy bucker being saddled in the arena, McLaughlin Fair Tipperary, classy bucker being saddled in the arena, McLaughlin Fair Rodeos; Horses; Broncos; Cowboys; Saddles; Grain elevators; Churches; Automobiles; A cowboy leaps from one horse in an attempt to saddle a bucking bronco. Another man is partially visible and trying to help. A church, grain elevator, and cars are visible in the background.

11. Man on bucking bronco at Mandan Rodeo, Mandan, N.D. Man on bucking bronco at Mandan Rodeo, Mandan, N.D. Cowboys; Rodeos; Horses; Broncos; A man rides a bucking bronco at the Mandan Rodeo. Another man on horseback is visible in the background.

12. Man on bucking bronco, Mandan Rodeo, Mandan, N.D. Man on bucking bronco, Mandan Rodeo, Mandan, N.D. Rodeos; Cowboys; Horses; Broncos; A cowboy rides a bucking bronco at the Mandan Rodeo. The letters ETE are visible on his chaps.

13. Wild buffalo with Jim Wade, central S.D. roundup Wild buffalo with Jim Wade, central S.D. roundup Buffaloes; Cowboys; Crowds; Herding; Fences; Automobiles; Jim Wade rides a bucking buffalo calf at a roundup in central South Dakota while a crowd look on from behind a barbed wire fence. At least one woman and two children are in the crowd, and several vehicles...

14. McLaughlin Fair McLaughlin Fair Broncos; Horses; Cowboys; Fences; Fairs; A cowboy holds on as a horse rears up at the McLaughlin Fair. Other cowboys and members of the crowd watch from the background. Many are gathered around a chute labeled 1. Other horses are visible in the...

15. Remer Rambler, September 22, 1940 Remer Rambler, September 22, 1940 Newspapers; Work camps; Festivals; Complaining; Joking; Poetry; Cartoons (Commentary); Issue contains articles on men being discharged from the camp, a future harvest festival, a response to a complaint letter, sports news, jokes, poetry, and cartoons.

16. Francis McMackin ridin' pretty, McLaughlin Fair Francis McMackin ridin' pretty, McLaughlin Fair Cowboys; Horses; Rodeos; Bulls; Crowds; Fences; Automobiles; Francis McMackin rides a bucking bull at the McLaughlin Fair while a small crowd watches from behind a fence. Several horses and a car are also visible in the background.

17. Rambler, March 1939 Rambler, March 1939 Newspapers; Work camps; Influenza; Mess halls; Remodeling; Motion pictures; Equipment; Woodworking; Cartoons (Commentary); Poetry; Issue contains articles on comings and goings at the camp, a flu and mumps epidemic in the camp, renovations at the mess hall, the purchasing of a movie projector for the camp, new tools for woodworking,...

18. Rambler, April 1939 Rambler, April 1939 Newspapers; Work camps; Potatoes; Motion pictures; Cartoons (Commentary); Issue contains articles on new men in the camp including a list, the installation of a loudspeaker system in the camp, the arrival of an electric potato peeler for the camp kitchen, the screening of movies...

19. Jack Jefferies bulldogging Jack Jefferies bulldogging Cowboys; Bulls; Horses; Fairs; Jack Jefferies wrestles a steer to the ground. A few horses and riders are visible in the distance.

20. Bulldogging Bulldogging Cowboys; Rodeos; Bulls; Horses; Crowds; Fences; A man leaps from horseback to wrestle a steer onto the ground while another man rides beside him. A crowd watches from behind a fence.
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