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1. H.H. Humphrey 1964 National Plowing Contest Speech, Wheatland, N.D. H.H. Humphrey 1964 National Plowing Contest Speech, Wheatland, N.D. Politics & Government; People; H.H. Humphrey is standing on the podium, which says "North Dakota Broadcasting Company, Inc." giving a speech at the National Plowing Contest. There is a large crowd, including reporters up on a stand...

2. Barry Goldwater 1964 National Plowing Contest supporters, Wheatland, N.D. Barry Goldwater 1964 National Plowing Contest supporters, Wheatland, N.D. Politics & Government; People; Republican presidential candidate Barry Goldwater gave a speech to a large crowd. This image shows a part of the crowd, many people are holding up political posters and campaign signs for Goldwater. There...

3. Barry Goldwater Campaign of 1964, National Plowing Contest supporters on telephone booth, Wheatland, Barry Goldwater Campaign of 1964, National Plowing Contest supporters on telephone booth, Wheatland, N.D. Politics & Government; People; Republican presidential candidate Barry Goldwater gave a speech to a large crowd. This is a view of the Goldwater supporters that fought to get a view of the senator by climbing to the top of telephone...

4. President Theodore Roosevelt letter to Senator Chauncey Depew President Theodore Roosevelt letter to Senator Chauncey Depew This letter was written to Chauncey Depew by Theodore Roosevelt during his presidency. The letter contains information about Depew sending a copy of a speech at the request of Roosevelt. The message is...

5. Invitation to Kennedy Symposium Speech Invitation to Kennedy Symposium Speech Colleges and universities; An invitation addressed to Dickinson State Teachers College President Charles Scott to attend the Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Symposium of Lectures. The speakers for the symposium include U.S. Senator...

6. Letter from Dorothy Stickney to President Scott 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...

7. Theodore Roosevelt Symposium Kennedy Speech program Theodore Roosevelt Symposium Kennedy Speech program Communication; A program for the speech given by U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy at the Theodore Roosevelt Symposium at Dickinson State Teachers College in Dickinson, North Dakota.

8. Remarks by Dorothy Stickney Remarks by Dorothy Stickney Colleges and universities; A four-page speech given by Dorothy Stickney at the dedication of the Dorothy Stickney Auditorium named in her honor at Dickinson State College in Dickinson, North Dakota.

9. Speech given by Dean Kennedy at the dedication of May Hall, Dickinson, N.D. Speech given by Dean Kennedy at the dedication of May Hall, Dickinson, N.D. Colleges and universities; An 11 page speech given by Dr. Joseph Kennedy, Dean of the University of North Dakota School of Education, at the dedication of May Hall, Dickinson State Normal School, in Dickinson, North Dakota.

10. Behind the Dial with WDAY Behind the Dial with WDAY Communication; Entertainment; Thirty three page booklet advertising WDAY radio, Fargo, N.D.
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