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    • Agriculture;
    • A large piece of paper with information about an auction, selling horses, sheep, cattle, grain, hogs, and machinery. There is a studio portrait of J. (James) A. Buchanan, one of the owners, reprinted in the bottom right corner. The other owner is...
    • 1909-03
    • Agriculture; City & Town Life; People; Social Life & Customs; Weather;
    • An interview with Howard and Etha Merz, and Oscar Weisz for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Howard, Etha, and Oscar talk about their family history, droughts, surviving the dirty 30s and hard winters, farming...
    • 1996-24-02
    • City & Town Life; Social Life & Customs; Weather;
    • An interview with Lucille Beyer and Ray Nibbe for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Lucille and Ray talk about winters of years gone by, amenities that we have now that they didn’t while growing up, hard winters in...
    • 1997-11-29
    • People; City & Town Life;
    • L. F. Temme, long time resident of Beulah, N.D. is interviewed about his life. Details about fighting in World War I, his office, his occupation, and when he arrived in Mercer County were discussed in the interview. Temme talked about his...
    • 1972
    • City & Town Life; Education; People; Religion;
    • An interview with Twilma Meyer for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Twilma, the wife of the Lutheran Pastor, Frederick Meyer, who was pastor for 46 years and served 5 churches. Twilma recalls traveling with her...
    • 1995-04-22
    • People; Education;
    • An interview with Chet and Dorothy West for the KPOK Radio-Thon to raise money for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Chet and Dorothy discuss their lives and the history of the Bowman area. The interview contains information on immigrant cars,...
    • 1993-03-06
    • Agriculture;
    • A railroad freight car that is loaded with poultry from Jamestown, N.D. There is a door in the center of the railroad car, and open air traveling compartments on either side for the poultry. There are crates on the right, and buildings in the...
    • no later than 1926
    • City & Town Life; Education; Museums and historical societies; People; Social Life & Customs;
    • An interview with Norris Wahl for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Norris, 90 years old at the time of the interview, talks about growing up as one of fifteen children, speaking Norwegian at home, and learning English at school, and working as...
    • 2000-09-19
    • Business & Industry; Transportation;
    • A view of the different trucks used by the Fritz Truck Line throughout the years. In a row is a wagon, a truck likely from the 1920s, and another truck likely from the 1950s, all which were used to ship freight. In the background is the Fritz...
    • 195-?
    • Museums and historical societies;
    • A view of the three story brick building that was built in 1907 as a home and became the Stutsman County Memorial Museum in 1965. There are trees and bushes as well as a flag out front. A sign says "Stutsman County Memorial Museum."
    • no earlier than 1965
    • City & Town Life; Business & Industry; People
    • At center-left the bank in Cavalier, N.D. is visible. It is a two story brick building with several windows. A child stands on the street in front of the building. The sign on the building reads “AGENCY HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE CHARTERED 1810. ...
    • between 1891 and 1920?
    • People; Work Life
    • This photograph features Louis F. Temme's office in Beulah, N.D. Temme is seated behind the desk and appears to be writing something. Behind him, another desk is visible which is covered with papers and documents. At center, a customer, Chas...
    • 1922
    • Museums and historical societies;
    • This photograph shows the Pembina County Museum in Cavalier, N.D. It is a brick structure with several windows. The street sign directs travelers to either Hamilton to the left, or Hoople to the right. Notice the light pole at left.
    • between 1975 and 1990?
    • Communication; Colleges and universities;
    • A letter from Dorothy Stickney to Dickinson State Teachers College President Charles E. Scott concerning the Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Symposium. Stickney expresses her endorsement and good wishes for the symposium.
    • 1957-11-06
    • City & Town Life; Business & Industry; People; Weather;
    • An interview with Oscar Weisz, George Siverson, and Ray Nibbe for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Oscar, George, and Ray share the history of the Rhame and Scranton Fire Departments. They tell stories about the...
    • 2000-12-02
    • Business & Industry; People;
    • An interview with Ken Schmit for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Ken owned the Bowman Variety Store which was going out of business the day of the interview. Ken talks about the history of the store and the...
    • 2004-11-20
    • Colleges and universities; Military;
    • A 21-page yearbook produced by the Navy V-12 Program personnel who were stationed and trained at Dickinson State Teachers College in Dickinson, North Dakota, during World War II. The yearbook contains names, pictures, and information about those...
    • 1945
    • People; Indians of North America;
    • This document relates details about a man who was Native American and a resident of Mercer County. The second and third pages appear to have information missing between them.
    • between 1910 and 1950?
    • City & Town Life; Entertainment; People; Social Life & Customs; Women;
    • A group of men and women in costumes represent the centennial farms in the Wimbledon area, or farms that have been running for over 100 years. The hold signs that read, "Rose Farm 1882-1982 Ronald and Jan Rose," "Joos Farm 1882-1982, Allan and...
    • 1989
    • People; Portraits
    • This photograph shows Sir Magnus Olafson. He looks away from the camera and wears an American and Icelandic pin. Behind him a religious painting is visible.
    • 1995-06
    • Cemeteries and graves; Statues and monuments
    • This photograph shows the tombstone of Richard J. Strand, who went missing in WWII. The tombstone is made from granite and has several words carved into it. It reads ”IN MEMORIAM, RICHARD J. STRAND T/SGT. 498 BOMB. SQDN. V. H. BORN OCT 21,...
    • between 2000 and 2007?
    • People; City & Town Life;
    • This photograph features the first electric light plant in Golden Valley, N.D. It is a wooden building with stairs leading to the porch on the second level. The building has windows and a brick chimney. At left, notice the tall smoke stack. Two...
    • between 1910 and 1920?
    • People; Portraits;
    • A studio wedding portrait of Sven and Sofie Erfjord, probably taken in Norway. Sven is sitting in a chair wearing a suit, while Sofie stands next to him on the right, with her hand on his shoulder. She is wearing a dress and a veil that goes to...
    • 1904
    • People; Agriculture; Education;
    • An interview with Bernard Engesser for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Bernard talks about his life and family history, his memories of school and Sentinel Butte, farming and ranching in the area, life during the...
    • 1994-12-10
    • People; Women; Sports & Recreation;
    • A horse race outside of Wimbledon, North Dakota. Six horses and riders race around a dirt track while a large crowd of people watch from a grandstand and bleachers off to the side of the track. One man is visible on the inside circle of the track...
    • 1948-07-04
    • City & Town Life; Business & Industry
    • This photograph shows the First National Bank building in Cavalier, N.D. It is a large brick structure. The building contains several other businesses. Notice the electric lines. Also, the post office is located at right.
    • 193-?
    • People; Work Life; Business & Industry
    • This photograph features Louis F. Temme's office. Mr. Temme sits at his desk while his stenographer, Frances Moore, poses at left. Many documents and books are visible on both the front and back desk of the office. The office is considerably...
    • 1932
    • People; Women; Entertainment;
    • This photograph shows the Chautauqua Auditorium. It is a large building with a rounded roof. The front entrance and several windows are visible. Additionally, individuals can be seen in front of the auditorium.
    • between 1914 and 1924
    • People; Religion; Social Life & Customs;
    • An interview with Janene Spatz for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Janene talks about the Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church in Vessey, South Dakota. The church is still an active congregation although it is now...
    • 2003-11-08
    • People; Religion; Social Life & Customs;
    • An interview with Sharon Rice for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Sharon talks about the history of the Cedar Lutheran Church which started in 1910 closed in 1980. Sharon talks about the pastors through the years...
    • 2003-11-15
    • Colleges and universities; Entertainment;
    • The poster for the Bismarck State College theatrical production of "A Murder is Announced." The poster is made to look like an old newspaper and has information on the production. It has one illustration in the middle of the poster. The...
    • 2002

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