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Vision and the Realization
Vision and the Realization
TitleVision and the Realization
Date of Original1919-06-16
CreatorBaer, John Miller, 1886-1970
Creator RoleArtist
DescriptionNorth Dakota farmer holding 'Laws, plans for economic democracy' beside cornerstone with 'North Dakota 1919' carved on front. Inset is image from the March 15, 1917 issue of the Nonpartisan Leader showing farmer of '1917' looking in distance at 1919 sunrise over factories with smoke rising into sky. On ground by farmer is 'Farmer legislation' paper with footprint on top of 'Old Gang.'
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General SubjectPolitics & Government
Subject (LCTGM)Farmers
Legislation
Cornerstones
Factories
Laws
Economic policy
Organization NameNational Nonpartisan League
LocationNorth Dakota
United States
Decade1910-1919
Item NumberHD1485.N4 N66
Format of OriginalDrawings
Color images
Dimensions of Original29 x 43 cm.
Publisher of OriginalNational Nonpartisan League
Place of PublicationSaint Paul (Minn.)
Transcription"The Vision and the Realization. The prophetic drawing by John M. Baer more than two years ago and its realization today are reproduced this week for the Leader cover. Two years ago the North Dakota farmer caught his vision, the vision of his own industries, free from the stain of profiteering. His wished disregarded, his rights trampled upon, the farmer determined that he should no longer be held under the thumb of the big interests. Today North Dakota has laid the cornerstone of economic freedom in America. The Bank of North Dakota has opened its doors. This single act has liberated the farmers of the state from the shackles of the money trust which wrung high rates of interest from the people of North Dakota for many weary years. North Dakota already is going forward with its work for the erection of state-owned mills and elevators, where the farmer will be assured of fair and equitable prices for his grains. The New Day, which the farmer of North Dakota saw breaking over the hills two years ago, has dawned." - Accompanying text with image, on page 2.
NotesCaption title.
Ill. in: Nonpartisan Leader, June 16, 1919, cover.
Repository InstitutionNorth Dakota State University Libraries, Institute for Regional Studies
Repository CollectionNonpartisan Leader periodical collection HD1485.N4 N66
Collection Finding Aidhttp://hdl.handle.net/10365/6983
Credit LineInstitute for Regional Studies, NDSU, Fargo (HD1485.N4 N66)
Rights ManagementIn public domain.
Languageeng;
Digital IDNPL00080
Original SourceNonpartisan Leader, June 16, 1919
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