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Between 1934 and 1939
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Grand canyon of the Little Missouri, Watford City, N.D.
Bridges; Rivers; Postcards;
Photograph of the Little Missouri and valley taken from a hill showing trees and undergrowth with the river winding in the background.
Grand Canyon of the Little Missouri, Watford City, N.D.
Postcards; Automobiles; Geology;
A car drives past on the road while a little girl and two men look at rock formations in the Badlands near Watford City.
Gully in Theodore Roosevelt National Park, N.D.
Canyons; Roads; Erosion; National parks & reserves;
Eroded gully through canyon in badlands. Road visible on the right side of image.
H.V. Johnston's ranch home on Sully Creek, Medora, N.D.
Tents; Ranches; Houses;
Men and women sit on the ground in front of H.V. Johnson's ranch home on Sully Creek near Medora. A tent is visible off to the side of the house, and the Badlands loom over the scene.
Hand built road through Theodore Roosevelt National Park, N.D.
A man stands on a section of gravel road recently built by CCC men through Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Features of the Badlands are visible on both sides of the road.
Hand built road, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, N.D.
Roads; Road construction; Trucks; Automobiles;
Cars are parked alongside a road buillt by men of the Civilian Conservation Corps through Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Men and trucks are visible still working on the road at the right of the image....
Herding cattle on Harry Rue's place on Government Creek, northwest of Fryburg, N.D.
Cattle; Herding; Cowboys; Horses; Corrals; Ranches;
Four men on horseback work to herd cattle on Harry Rue's ranch near Fryburg, N.D. The Badlands are visible in the background.
Highway 10 Badlands, N.D.
A view of the North Dakota Badlands taken from the road.
Highway 10 from Dickinson to Medora, N.D.
Roads; Utility poles;
A view of Highway 10 running through the Badlands between Dickinson and Medora. Utility poles follow the road.
Horseback riding across the Little Missouri River, Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Silhouettes; Rivers; Horseback riding; Horses; National parks & reserves;
Six horseback riders crossing the Little Missouri River with buttes rising in the background. The riders are somewhat silhouetted by the sunlight shimmering on the water.
Horseback riding in the North Dakota Badlands
Buttes; Horseback riding; Men; Horses;
Two men and horses next to an eroded butte in what is likely the North Dakota Badlands.
House built by Sylvane Ferris, Medora, N.D.
Wooden buildings; Houses; Fences;
People and animals are visible standing within a fenced yard in front of Badlands topography in Medora.
Houses and park, Medora, N.D.
Parks; Fences; Ironwork; Houses;
A raised stone platform is visible at center. A stone and wrought iron fence contains a park area, and houses and the Badlands of Medora are visible in the background.
Icy Little Missouri River
Rivers; Coastlines; Snow; Winter; Ice;
The Little Missouri River is covered over with ice, and snow covers the shoreline. Snow is also visible higher up on the hills of the badlands.
Interstate 94 near Theodore Roosevelt National Park entrance
Valleys; Canyons; Roads; Bridges;
View looking down into valley showing Theodore Roosevelt National Park Road crossing I-94. Elevated view taken from a bluff.
Joe the Dog and Sparky Loomis
Dogs; Cigarettes; Logs; Laborers;
Sparky Loomis, his dog Joe, and an unidentified man sit on a log. The unidentified man smokes a cigarette.
Leo Paldt and Muggs, Civilian Conservation Corps company 2772 camp near Watford City, N.D.
Dogs; Camps; Uniforms; Signs (Notices); Barracks;
A man and a dog standiin front of a wood frame building with a sign over the door showing "Barracks NO 8 CO 2772."
Letter from Count Langrand
Business & Industry;
This letter is written to Brother Justin from Count Langrand. It contains information regarding business relationship between the Count Langrand and the Marquis de Mores. Langrand discusses that a certain...
Letter from Dorothy Stickney to President Scott
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...
Letter from James Foley to the Marquis de Mores
This letter contains information about about farming wheat, farm machinery, and shipping costs. Foley explains that there isn't any money in raising wheat in the Northwest.
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