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1. 9th Annual Teachers Convention in 1893, Pembina, N.D. 9th Annual Teachers Convention in 1893, Pembina, N.D. Education; People; Pioneer Era; Portraits; Group portrait of the teachers at the 9th Annual Teachers Convention in 1893 in Pembina, N.D. There is a large group, about 4 rows, of men and women standing and sitting in front of a brick building and...

2. Charles Cavileer portrait Charles Cavileer portrait Portraits; People; Pioneer Era; Studio portrait of Charles Cavileer seated holding a cane. He is wearing a suit and a hat.

3. Gimmy Gang, Cavalier, N.D. Gimmy Gang, Cavalier, N.D. People; Portraits; A group studio portrait of eleven young men most wearing button up shirts and ties. They all have either a pipe or cigarettes are are smoking. They are relaxed and leaning or hanging around each other,...

4. Founders of Drayton, N.D. Founders of Drayton, N.D. Women; People; Pioneer Era; Portraits; This image shows eleven smaller portraits of the founders of Drayton, N.D. Only two women are pictured here. The individuals wear clothing indicative of the time period.

5. Cavalier High School football team Cavalier High School football team Sports & Recreation; People; Portraits; This photograph displays the Cavalier High School football team. The back row stands, the middle row kneels, and the front row sits to pose for the photographer. All the players wear athletic uniforms,...

6. Judge Adorah Carson portrait Judge Adorah Carson portrait People; Portraits; Politics & Government; Women; Law Portrait of Adorah Carson, who became a County Judge in Pembina County, N.D. She has short curled hair and is wearing glasses. She has a collared shirt, jacket and necklace on.

7. Sir Magnus Olafson Sir Magnus Olafson 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.

8. Albert Schulz family, Crystal, N.D. Albert Schulz family, Crystal, N.D. People; Portraits; Studio portrait of the Albert Schulz family. The father and mother sit in the middle surrounded by ten children. They are all dressed in nice clothes, the older children and parents in suits and dresses....

9. Skapti Brynjolfson portrait Skapti Brynjolfson portrait Portraits; People; Studio portrait of young Skapti Brynjolfson wearing a suit jacket and bowtie.

10. High school graduating class of 1908, Cavalier, N.D. High school graduating class of 1908, Cavalier, N.D. Portraits; People; Women; Group portrait of five young men and five young women, the High school graduating class of 1908 from Cavalier, N.D. They are dressed up, with the men wearing suits and the ladies wearing light colored...

11. John S. Hamilton portrait John S. Hamilton portrait People; Portraits; Studio portrait of Doctor Reverend John S. Hamilton wearing a fur coat over a suit, a hat and eyeglasses.

12. Solvason Studio portrait of a girl, Cavalier, N.D. Solvason Studio portrait of a girl, Cavalier, N.D. Portraits; People; Pioneer Era; Women; Studio portrait of a girl standing next to a chair, wearing a dark dress, boots, and bows in her hair. This portrait was taken by Solvason's Studio in Cavalier, N.D. He photographed early settlers, many...

13. Solvason Studio portrait of an Icelandic woman, Cavalier, N.D. Solvason Studio portrait of an Icelandic woman, Cavalier, N.D. People; Portraits; Pioneer Era; Women; Studio portrait of an early Cavalier, N.D. Icelandic woman settler. She is wearing a dark colored high collared dress with her hair pulled up.

14. St. Thomas Study Club, St. Thomas, N.D. St. Thomas Study Club, St. Thomas, N.D. Women; People; Portraits; Group studio portrait of fourteen older women wearing dresses.

15. Women photographed by Solvason's Studio, Cavalier, N.D. Women photographed by Solvason's Studio, Cavalier, N.D. People; Women; Portraits; A group studio portrait of fifteen women wearing dresses with different style collars. All have their hair up. There is a decorative background.

16. Appleton Family, first family of settlers in Crystal, N.D. Appleton Family, first family of settlers in Crystal, N.D. People; Portraits; A group studio portrait of the Appleton family. The mother and father are in the center, with a daughter on each side, and four sons standing in the back. The men wear suits with neckties and the women...

17. Bob Olson Advertisement Bob Olson Advertisement Politics & Government; Portraits; This advertisement features a portrait of Bob Olson. He looks toward the camera and wears clothing indicative of the time period.

18. Mrs. Isabel Campbell, Walhalla, Dakota Territory Mrs. Isabel Campbell, Walhalla, Dakota Territory Women; People; Portraits; This photograph shows Mrs. Isabel Campbell who lived to tell of the tragedy that occurred at Walhalla, Dakota Territory on July 4, 1874. She looks towards the camera, and wears clothing indicative of the...

19. Methodist Ladies Aid group portrait Methodist Ladies Aid group portrait Portraits; Women; Group studio portrait of twenty two women that make up the Methodist Ladies Aid. They are standing or sitting and wearing light colored dresses with their hair up.

20. W. Hahn family, Crystal, N.D. W. Hahn family, Crystal, N.D. People; Portraits; Women Group portrait of the W. Hahn family. W. Hahn sits with a young girl on his knee next to a woman. A young woman stands behind them and a boy is next to her on the right. They are dressed up, with the males...
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