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    • Agriculture student with two-story dog house

    • Agriculture; Colleges and universities; Education; People;
    • A Bismarck State College Agriculture Technology student, Tom Binder, with a white, two-story dog house built as a project for the Agricultural Structures class. Binder is standing inside a workshop and is lifting to roof of the doghouse. The...
    • Concert in Community Bowl, Bismarck, N.D.

    • Colleges and universities; Entertainment; People;
    • A concert in the Bismarck Junior College Community Bowl shortly after construction finished. Spectators are seated on a hill facing a stage. Cars and trucks are visible around the stage. Buildings at Bismarck Junior College are visible in the...
    • Hilton House Hotel, Enderlin, N.D.

    • Business & Industry; People;
    • A group of people stand in front of a large, three-story wooden building, the Hilton House Hotel, in Enderlin, North Dakota. The hotel has a large front porch and trees are planted yard. A small wooden shed is visible behind the house.
    • Bisbee Celebration, Bisbee, N.D.

    • People; City & Town Life;
    • A large celebration is seen here. Many people gather and pose for this photograph. Behind them several buildings are visible as well as the railroad cars. Notice the snow at bottom, indicting the season.
    • Fred Worthing farm, Grafton, N.D.

    • People; Women;
    • A log cabin style home is pictured here. At center, a woman stands and a man sits in the grass. Further to the right, a woman sits in a hammock. Notice the dog resting on the hammock next to her. Several windows are open in the house indicating...
    • Remington Office building, Valley City, N.D.

    • Business & Industry; People;
    • A man identified as Frank C. Clark stands in the doorway of the Remington Office building in Valley City, North Dakota. The building is made of wood and has two floors. Many signs hang on the front of the building. They read, "D.W. Clark Jr.,"...
    • Maude Klinefelter scrapbook

    • Bands, clubs and societies; Awards and ceremonies; Education; People; Women; Sports & Recreation; Agriculture and training schools; Colleges and universities;
    • A scrapbook compiled by Maude Klinefelter, who worked at what is now Dickinson State University from 1918-1959. The scrapbook contains photographs of faculty, staff, buildings, and classrooms; documents; letters; programs; newspaper clippings;...
    • The Dakota House, Jamestown, N.D.

    • City & Town Life; Business & Industry; Pioneer Era; People;
    • A three story wooden building with two chimneys on the roof, and the sign "Dakota House," on the front. There are a few people on the second floor balcony over the main first floor entrance. Other people stand outside the main entrance, and three...
    • Broom Brigade, Jamestown, N.D.

    • Social Life & Customs; People; City & Town Life; Pioneer Era;
    • A view of a group of girls all wearing hats and carrying brooms leaning on their left shoulder. They are in a semi-circle standing in a turned off fountain in a park. There is a sign that says Co. H. One girl has a snare drum, and there are...
    • Annual Midwinter Picnic, Jamestown, N.D.

    • People;
    • A view of a group of people standing in the street, many wearing suits, coats, and hats. There are signs for "Stutsman County annual Winter Picnic, Feb. 5, 1926," and "Ice Cream and Soft Drinks." In the background is the Gladstone Hotel.
    • Newberry family homesteading in Griggs County, N.D.

    • Agriculture; Pioneer Era; People; Rural views;
    • A view of a homestead. On the left is a seated behind a team of two mules and an ox, next to them a boy sits ontop of a mule. Two small girls wash dishes and another girl sweeps the door step of a one room house. Two ox pull a plow which another...
    • Sawmill, Washburn, N.D.

    • People; Business & Industry; Work Life;
    • A view of a sawmill at Washburn, N.D. At center is the mill. Several individuals and horses stand around to participate in the operation. At left is a large pile of lumber. In the background, bare trees are visable.
    • 5th Ave. looking North, Jamestown, N.D.

    • City & Town Life; Pioneer Era; People;
    • A view of a street scene, taken out a second story window or porch looking North on 5th Avenue in Jamestown, N.D. On the right are storefronts and people on the sidewalk below. There are many horses pulling carts up the dirt street. There is a...
    • Threshing party in Wells County, N.D.

    • People; Agriculture; Pioneer Era; Women; Work Life;
    • A view of a threshing party. In the front are a group of women, children, and infants. There are two boys standing next to bicycles. In the back on the left are five carriages being pulled by a horse each. There are more horses on the right. ...
    • A.W. Cobb Blacksmith Shop

    • City & Town Life; People; Business & Industry;
    • A view of the A.W. Cobb Blacksmith Shop, a single story wood building. There are four men standing in or next to the doorway. On the left and right are more buildings, utility poles, carts and horses.
    • First National Bank and Post Office, Valley City, N.D.

    • City & Town Life; Transportation; People; Business & Industry;
    • A view of the First National Bank and post office building in Valley City, North Dakota. Both buildings are two-story, brick buildings. Two men stand in front of the bank building. A car, and horse and buggy are parked on the street in front of...
    • Normal School float in parade, Valley City, N.D.

    • Colleges and universities; City & Town Life; Sports & Recreation; Social Life & Customs; People;
    • A view of the Valley City State Normal School float in a parade in Valley City, North Dakota. Normal School students sit on the back of a wagon, decorated with flags and tree branches, pulled by two horses. Cars, spectators, and brick buildings...
    • Huston farm, hired men, Hunter, N.D.

    • Agriculture; People; Rural views;
    • A view of twenty six men wearing collared shirts, many with hats on, and some wearing overalls or suspenders. Behind them is a wooden building, off to the right there is a windmill and the edge of a cart. Four of the men and the foreman have been...
    • Art and Ruth Hinkley interview

    • City & Town Life; Education; Social Life & Customs; People;
    • An interview with Art and Ruth Hinkley for the KOPK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Ruth and Art talk about their life and memories of their childhood. Ruth and Art recall their education, the dedication at Fort Dilts,...
    • John Getz and Ernest Bloomgren interview

    • Archeology; Historic sites; Indians of North America; Museums and historical societies; People; Social Life & Customs;
    • An interview with John Getz and Ernest Bloomgren for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. John and Ernest discuss the location of the Deep Creek crossing, the dedication of Fort Dilts in 1932, the location of the...
    • Kevin Bucholz, Peg Njos, and Dean Pearson interview

    • Archeology; City & Town Life; Education; Historic sites; Museums and historical societies; People; Indians of North America;
    • An interview with Kevin Bucholz, Peg Njos, Dean Pearson for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Peg, Kevin, and Dean discuss the history of Fort Dilts, the community’s involvement in preserving the site, and...
    • Selma Gunderson and Lawrence Brown interview

    • People; City & Town Life; Social Life & Customs; Pioneer era
    • An interview with Selma Gunderson and Lawrence Brown for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Selma talks about her family history, her parent's homestead with a sod barn, her memories of her childhood, speaking...
    • Claim Shack in Egeland, N.D.

    • People; Museums and historical societies;
    • Carl Boyd stands next to the Claim Shack of the Towner County Historical Society in Egeland, N.D. It is a small building with one door and only one window visible to the viewer.
    • Elbowoods school children, Elbowoods, N.D.

    • People; Education;
    • First and second grade children pose for this photograph. The front row sits on the ground, the middle row kneels, and the back row stands. There are both male and female students present. In the background several buildings are visible.
    • Parade, Elbowoods, N.D.

    • People; Indians of North America;
    • Five individuals on horseback are visible in an unpaved street. It could possibly be a parade. To the left, a house can be seen. In the background, a truck with ribbons and a flag on it is coming down the street.
    • Joos Hardware Store, Beulah, N.D.

    • People; City & Town Life;
    • Five individuals stand in front of the hardware store on the sidewalk. The building behind them was constructed from wood and large windows are visable in the front. The door to the hardware store is open. The signs on the front of the building...
    • Wedding, Mercer County, N.D.

    • People; Women; Awards and ceremonies
    • Four individuals pose for this wedding photograph. Both men wear boutinieres, suits, and hats. At right, a woman wears a veil and a dress. The woman at center holds her veil and wears a dress as well. In the background, a a wooden building...
    • Livery and Feed Store, Washburn, N.D.

    • People; City & Town Life;
    • Four men stand in front of a livery and feed store belonging to Robert F. Jager. Five horses are positioned close to the men. To the right two wagons can be seen and two buildings in the background. Behind the men is the livery and feed store,...
    • Deer hunters, McLean County, N.D.

    • People; Wildlife;
    • Four men stand with their rifles and hunting dogs at right. View the one rabbit and eleven deer hanging from the log. In the background a cabin or house is visible. In front, logs and debris can be seen.
    • July 4th parade, Washburn, N.D.

    • People; City & Town Life; Women; Transportation;
    • Fourth of July parade in Washburn, N.D. Residents of Washburn ride in parade. In the front wagon, two individuals ride in the car and a man holding flags walks behind. Two automobiles follow. In the background observers watch the parade.
    • Oscar Weisz and Howard Merz interview

    • Ethnic; Indians of North America; Military; Historic sites; People;
    • Howard and Oscar talk about J.L. Fisk and the Fisk Expedition who left Minnesota with 180 wagons looking for a route through the Badlands to the gold fields in Montana. The group encountered Dakota Sioux at the Deep Creek near Rhame and they made...

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