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1. Grandma Paxman in the Paxman store, Hamilton, N.D. Grandma Paxman in the Paxman store, Hamilton, N.D. Business & Industry; Women; Work Life Interior view of Grandma Paxman standing in the Paxman store in Hamilton, N.D. Behind her are bolts of fabric, a display cabinet, tassels, and a hat. She is wearing a dark dress, a hanging pocket watch,...

2. Facts and Figures about Dakota Territory for those intending to settle Facts and Figures about Dakota Territory for those intending to settle Agriculture; Land surveys; Pioneer Era; Environment; Transportation; Weather; Business & Industry; A twenty page pocket volume that contains facts, figures, and also describes and answers questions about farming and homesteading in Dakota Territory in 1886. Also included is information for emigrants,...

3. Excerpts from Ole Johnson's Diary Excerpts from Ole Johnson’s Diary Weather; Military This pocket diary includes a twelve month calendar as well as the daily entries from Ole Johnson. The entries contain information about the weather, location, the landscape, the amount of miles traveled,...

4. Dr. D.C. Steele, Fairmount, N.D. Dr. D.C. Steele, Fairmount, N.D. Portraits; People; Medicine This is a portrait of Dr. D.C. Steele. He wears clothing indicative of the time period and looks into the distance. Notice the pocket watch.

5. Correspondence between Maude Klinefelter and Miss Helen Wolf Correspondence between Maude Klinefelter and Miss Helen Wolf Awards and ceremonies; Colleges and universities; A correspondence between Maude Klinefelter and Miss Helen Wolf regarding the acquisition of Indian costumes for Dickinson State Teachers College Homecoming celebrations.
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