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    • Business & Industry;
    • This advertisement displays the prices and dates for a large sale on groceries at the A. J. Heal Store. It also has small images of food and bright colors to draw in the audience.
    • between 1929 and 1933?
    • People; Business & Industry; Work Life;
    • This photograph features a grocery store in Underwood N.D. At center the clerk poses for the camera. Shelves stacked full of food run along both walls. At center the large case is filled with nuts, candy and cigars. A large portrait sits on top...
    • between 1890 and 1910
    • Business & Industry; Work Life;
    • Interior view of store that sells food. There is a man standing behind a counter with a cash register and scales to measure weight. The back wall is full of shelves and drawers that contain canned goods stacked in pyramids, and goods in small...
    • between 1905-1910
    • People;
    • Six men standing on the far side of tables that have a roasted pig on top. The men are all wearing hats, buttoned up shirts and ties. In the background are trees. This barbecue in the park was celebrating the vote that got the Pembina County...
    • 1911-08-05
    • Entertainment; Colleges and universities;
    • A poster for the Bismarck State College Performing Arts Department's performance of "Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America," by Joan Holden, based on the book by Barbara Ehrenreich. The poster is cream colored with various colors of...
    • 2006-11
    • Maps, stamps and seals;
    • Map of Barnes County, N.D. with map key, list of companies advertising, township populations, and publishers along the sides. Townships are labeled, roads, rivers, lakes, cemeteries, railroads, school houses, churches, telephone lines, and rural...
    • 1904
    • People; Law;
    • An interview with Arlene Hestiken for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Arlene talks about her father, Max Taylor, the Bowman County Sheriff, and how her mother cooked food for the prisoners. She also talks about...
    • 1994-12-05
    • City & Town Life;
    • A view looking North on Lincoln Aveune, in Harvey, N.D. before it was paved, in Harvey, N.D. A sign in the foreground says "Thru STOP Highway." On the left all down the street are storefronts and businesses with signs that say Kelly Tires, Bentz...
    • 192-?
    • City & Town Life; Business & Industry; Transportation;
    • Color paper label for a can of High Line brand Early June Peas, with a picture of peas in a bowl on the left, and a picture of a train crossing over the High Line Bridge at Valley City. In the center it lists the grocery companies and locations...
    • 1922-04-07
    • People; Ethnic; Indians of North America
    • An interview with Peg Ahlness for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Peg talks about the Native American history in the area. They discuss Native American culture in the area, petroglyphs in Cave Hills, South...
    • 1996-24-02

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