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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.
Groundbreaking for auditorium, International Music Camp, International Peace Garden
Governors; Ground breaking ceremonies; Shovels; Music education;
Governor William L. Guy digs the first shovelful of dirt at the groundbreaking for the auditorium of the International Music Camp at the International Peace Garden. Several unidentified men, presumably...
Hettinger High School Concert Choir singing to 42nd North Dakota Legislative Assembly, Bismarck, N.D.
Choirs (Music); Singing; Singers; Legislators; Legislative bodies;
The Hettinger High School Concert Choir, designated the 1970 Governor’s Chorus, sings at the opening of the 42nd North Dakota Legislative Assembly at the State Capitol building in Bismarck. Legislators...
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....
Sing the Blues Valentine
Greeting cards; Valentines; Holidays; Love; Hearts; Dogs; Pianos; Singing; Singers;
A girl sings from atop a piano being played by a dog wearing eyeglasses in this Valentine.
Woburn Farmers Band
Bands; Musicians; Musical instruments; Farmers; Postcards;
Members of the Woburn, N.D. Farmers Band hold their instruments and play outside of a wooden building.
Holmes Band in later years, Holmes, N.D.
Bands; Musicians; Musical instruments; Portrait photographs;
Members of the Holmes Band pose with their instruments in front of a building in Holmes, N.D. A few boys also play in the band, and are seated in the front row.
Ben Howtlen and Joe Bailey
Violins; Musicians; Portrait photographs;
Ben Howtlen and Joe Bailey pose with their fiddles. The fiddle cases are visible under their chairs.
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.
Spring Valley German Band
Bands; Musicians; Musical instruments; Group portraits;
Members of the Spring Valley German Band pose for a portrait holding their instruments. Handwriting on the front of the photograph identifies one of the men as Uncle Jack Brown. It is not known which of...
Swan Anderson playing guitar in his sod house 4 miles west, 3 miles north of Oakes, N.D.
Sod buildings; Musicians; Guitars;
Swan Anderson plays the guitar while seated in his sod house near Oakes, N.D. A large piece of furniture with a piece of statuary on the top is visible next to him. The walls appeared to be covered in...
Monango Juvenile Band, Monango, N.D.
Bands; Band uniforms; Musicians; Musical instruments;
Members of the Monango Juvenile Band pose for a group portrait holding their instruments and wearing their band uniforms.
Fourth of July celebrations, Rhame, N.D.
Fourth of July celebrations; Flags; Musicians; Musical instruments; Bands; Fraternal lodges;
A band plays outside the I.O.O.F Lodge in Rhame, N.D. on the Fourth of July. A man on the lodge steps holds an American flag.
Flaxton High School cast of Man Without a Country, Flaxton, N.D.
Costumes; Theatrical productions; Actors; Students;
The Flaxton High School cast of the production Man Without a Country poses for a group portrait wearing their costumes. The boys are all dressed as sailors. A flag flies from the back of the stage. The...
D.W. Clark dressed as the Old Forty Niner, Valley City, N.D.
Costumes; Beards; Wigs; Theatrical makeup; Theatrical productions;
D.W. Clark wears the costume, beard, and wig of the Old Forty Niner for a play at the Opera House in Valley City.
Cast of Man Without a Country, Flaxton, N.D.
Costumes; Theatrical productions; Students; Actors; Flags;
The cast of a Flaxton High School performance of Man Without a Country poses in their costumes. The boys are all dressed as sailors. One boy kneels and kisses an American flag. The actors are identified...
Home Town Minstrels, Valley City, N.D.
Entertainers; Portrait photographs; Wigs; Costumes;
An unidentified member of the Home Town Minstrels from Valley City poses wearing his costume and a curly white wig.
J.R. Eide wedding, York, N.D.
Weddings; Grooms (Weddings); Crowds; Violins; Musicians; Saws; Wheelbarrows;
People assemble for the J.R. Eide wedding in York, N.D. The bride and groom stand at the center of the photograph. At left, musicians are visible. One man plays the violin. Another men supports a man in...
Fiddlers playing at North Dakota Heritage Center groundbreaking ceremony, Bismarck, N.D.
Ground breaking ceremonies; Violins; Musicians;
Four fiddlers play at the back of the Liberty Memorial Building on the occasion of the groundbreaking ceremony for the North Dakota Heritage Center. The four men are unidentified.
World premiere of the song "North Dakota" video
Singing; Singers; Songs; Pianos; Pianists; Legislators; Legislators' spouses;
The world premiere performance of the song "North Dakota", written by Paul Cunningham and performed by Bill and Lydia Langer, Anne Carlsen, Bill Weaver, and other singers.
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