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    • E. J. Henry’s Civil War letter

    • Military;
    • This letter was written by E. J. Henry to his wife while he served in the Civil War. The letter is handwritten on blue paper. He discusses the weather, his camp, his diet, and that he misses his family at home and wishes to be with them. ...
    • Schweitzer's Grocery Store, Cavalier, N.D.

    • 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...
    • Rickert Home, Wahpeton, N.D.

    • People; Women; Pioneer Era;
    • This photograph features the Rickert home. It is a two story wooden building with several windows. A porch is attached to the front of the house. Five individuals pose for this photograph. At right, a small wooden building is visible in the...
    • Community Bowl as an Athletic Facility

    • Colleges and universities; Sports & Recreation;
    • A two-page document explaining the need for an athletic field in Bismarck, North Dakota and the uses of it once it is built. The document relates the overuse of the current athletic field in Bismarck and explains why the proposed location is the...
    • Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Ross Home in Crystal, N.D.

    • Art & Architecture; City & Town Life;
    • View of a two storey wooden house with Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Ross standing in front of their home. There are seven bare trees, a small fence, and a lamp post in the yard. In the background are a few other buildings and a line with laundry hanging...
    • Rebecca Harrison Brimer

    • Portraits; People; Women;
    • View of Rebecca Harrison Brimer wearing a long fur coat on the prairie. She was the oldest daughter of Harvey and Bertha Harrison and married Andrew Brimer Jr. in June 1910. She passed away in May 1911.
    • Home of Dr. Helena Knauf Wink, Jamestown, N.D.

    • Art & Architecture; Pioneer Era; City & Town Life;
    • A view looking at the front of a two story house with interesting architectural details and decoration. There is a fence and two people, an adult and child, stand next to the gate looking toward the house. There are some pines and trees as well...
    • Harvey and Bertha Harrison family portrait

    • Portraits; People;
    • Family portrait of the Harvey and Bertha Harrison family. Harvey sits in a chair on the left with a infant in his arms and a dog at his feet. Bertha Harrison sits in a wicker chair on the right with baby in her lap. Six other children stand in...
    • Sod house, Walsh County, N.D.

    • Pioneer Era; People;
    • This photograph features an early settler’s home made from sod. Notice the materials used to construct the home. At left a small wooden structure stands next to the sod home. At far left, a man and two small children face away from the...
    • Frank Eagle's duplex in Elbowoods, N.D.

    • People; Indians of North America; Weather
    • This photograph features the home of Frank Eagle and his wife from 1941 to 1954 in Elbowoods, N.D. The building is a duplex with two separate entrances. Frank Eagle stands on the sidewalk in front of the home. Large snow piles are positioned...
    • Farmers Home, Jamestown, N.D.

    • Pioneer Era;
    • A view of the Farmers Home, a wooden two story building built by A.J. Smith who was in the hotel and livery business. There are three women standing near the doorway, and an older man in a buggy being pulled by a horse. There is a bicycle leading...
    • View of Pisek, N.D.

    • People; City & Town Life;
    • This photographic postcard features a view of the train station of Pisek, N.D. One man stands and the other sits on the platform. At right the train station is visible. Notice that the word “Pisek” is flipped around. At left, three...
    • Norris Wahl interview

    • 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...
    • Home of Thomas Hall in Fargo, N.D.

    • City & Town Life; Pioneer Era;
    • A view of a two story wooden house. The view of the upper floor is partly obscured by tree branches. There is a front porch, with two bicycles leaning against it. On the right two men stand on either side of a seated women who is holding a baby....
    • Flooded home, Fort Berthold Indian Reservation

    • Water; Indians of North America
    • At center, a flooded home takes the focus of the photograph. A long pole extends up into the air and appears to be attached to a cord. In the distance the opposite bank of the river is visible. The snow seen on the opposite bank indicates winter.
    • School House, Hastings, N.D.

    • Education; Art & Architecture;
    • View of the front of the Hastings school house in Hastings, N.D. A bell tower is above the main doorway. There is a fence around the front, and small trees around the building.
    • Catholic Church, Jamestown, N.D.

    • Religion;
    • A view of the front and side of the Catholic Church in Jamestown, N.D. It is a red brick building with main steps, large stained glass windows and a cross on the peak of the roof. There are two steeples, one on each side of the entrance, which...
    • J.S. Hunter moving outfit, Egeland, N.D.

    • Agriculture; People;
    • This photograph features a livery stable being moved. It is a large wooden structure with a sign that reads “Livery Stable. Brooks & Grove Livery Feed & Sale Stable”. Three men stand near the stable looking toward the camera.
    • Group portrait in Hamilton, N.D.

    • Portraits; People; Women
    • Group portrait of four young women standing wearing coats and boots, and one has a fur hand muff. There are four young men behind them all wearing coats and hats. The man on the left is sitting and the others are standing on a board. The...
    • Residence of Dr. C. A. Durkee

    • Medicine;
    • This photograph features the home of Dr. C. A. Durkee in Dwight, N.D. It is a two story wooden home with a front porch and balcony. The sign on the front of the house reads “DOCTOR DURKEE.”
    • Bert Orange home and farm, Spiritwood, N.D.

    • Agriculture; Rural views;
    • A photograph of the Orange farmhouse. On the left is a man sitting in a buggy pulled by two horses. There is a women standing near the farmhouse front porch, and another women standing with a bicycle near the porch. On the far right is a man...
    • Archie Hughes Home, rural Neche, N.D.

    • Rural views; Transportation;
    • The main focus of this photograph is a two-story house. It is a wooden structure with man visible windows. The porch and front entrance can be seen, as well as the barbed-wire fence. At left, a buggy is in sight.
    • Horse drawn hearse, Minto, N.D.

    • Museums and historical societies;
    • This photograph shows a horse drawn hearse that is housed in the Walsh County Historical Museum at Minto, N.D. The hearse is constructed from wood and glass. It is black with ornaments on the top.
    • Thomas E. Cooper home, Walsh County, N.D.

    • People; Agriculture; Work Life; Women;
    • This photograph features a two story wooden house. At left, two men and a binder are visible. Behind that two other horses and a buggy can be seen. In front of the house, Mr. Cooper sits reading near a small table. The table has flowers on it. ...
    • Main Street, Wimbledon, N.D.

    • City & Town Life; Business & Industry; People; Transportation;
    • A view of Main Street in Wimbledon, North Dakota. Cars and buggies are parked on the unpaved road while people walk on the sidewalks that run parallel to the road. Shops, stores, and utility poles line the road and a church steeple is visible in...
    • O. N. Rushfelt Harness Shop, Valley City, N.D.

    • Business & Industry; People;
    • Seven men stand in front of the O.N. Rushfelt Harness Shop in Valley City, North Dakota. The building is a one-story, wooden building with plate glass windows. A sign that reads "Harness Shop" is visible. Trunks, saddles, barrels, and other...
    • Knud Melby family on front porch, Manfred, N.D.

    • People; Portraits; Pioneer Era;
    • A group portrait showing Knud and Guri Melby with nine of their ten adult children. They are standing and sitting on the front porch of the home of their son, Ole Melby, in the village of Manfred, N.D. The original door can be seen in the...
    • Texaco Station in Urbana, N.D.

    • City & Town Life; Transportation;
    • A photo of the Texaco station and the town sign in Urbana, North Dakota. The station is a wooden building with gas pumps in front. In the background other house and cars are visible. A piece of paper that reads, "Urbana about 1959" is taped to...
    • 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...
    • Homecoming, Elbowoods, N.D.

    • Sports & Recreation; People; Women; Indians of North America
    • Students kneel on the football field at center. In the background many vehicles are parked around the football field and spectators watch the homecoming events.
    • Headquarters Hotel, Wahpeton, Dakota Territory

    • City & Town Life; People; Women;
    • This photograph features the Headquarters Hotel in Wahpeton. It is a large wooden building with three stories. Two balconies are shown at right and at center. Several individuals pose outside the building. At left, a horse drawn carriage is...
    • Diary of William Cuningham

    • Agriculture; Rural views; Social Life & Customs;
    • A twenty-one page diary of William Cuningham's travels from Boston, MA to various locations in Pembina County during the summer and fall of 1914.

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