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1. First National Bank building, Cavalier, N.D. First National Bank building, Cavalier, N.D. City & Town Life; Business & Industry; View of the 1912, First National Bank Building, a two storey brick building. There are a few people walking along the sidewalks in front and to the left side of the building. Signs in the windows say:...

2. Diary of William Cuningham Diary of William Cuningham Agriculture; Rural views; Social Life & Customs; A twenty-one page diary of William Cuningham's travels from Boston, MA to various locations in Pembina County during the summer and fall of 1914.

3. Nils Holm's farm, Kensal, N.D. Nils Holm's farm, Kensal, N.D. Agriculture; A view of farm buildings, including a barn, farmhouse, and windmill.

4. Western Union Telegram from Theodore Roosevelt Western Union Telegram from Theodore Roosevelt Pioneer Era; This document is a Western Union Telegram from Theodore Roosevelt to Joe Ferris. Roosevelt asks Ferris to meet him in Bismarck or Mandan and ride to Medora.

5. Old City Hall, Jamestown, N.D. Old City Hall, Jamestown, N.D. City & Town Life; Politics & Government; A corner view of the three floor Jamestown, N.D. City Hall with a cupola on top over the main entrance. There is a staircase on the left, and the fire department garage is attached to the back left. The...

6. Howard and Etha Merz, Oscar Weisz interview Howard and Etha Merz, Oscar Weisz interview Agriculture; City & Town Life; People; Social Life & Customs; Weather; An interview with Howard and Etha Merz, and Oscar Weisz for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Howard, Etha, and Oscar talk about their family history, droughts, surviving...

7. Lawrence and Frances Faris interview Lawrence and Frances Faris interview People; Social Life & Customs; Sports & Recreation; Weather; An interview with Lawrence and Frances Faris for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Regional Museum. Lawrence and Frances talk about their memories of winter and Christmas, differences in Christmas...

8. Grain elevators and depot in Walcott, N.D. Grain elevators and depot in Walcott, N.D. Agriculture; Business & Industry; Transportation This photograph shows the Walcott depot and grain elevators. The railroad tracks run through the middle of the buildings and a locomotive is coming toward the viewer. Notice the electrical poles and wooden...

9. North American Creamery Company, Oakes, N.D. North American Creamery Company, Oakes, N.D. People; Transportation; Business & Industry This photograph shows twelve men outside the creamery. A horse-drawn wagon is positioned in front of the building and cream cans are stacked up near the building. A flag flies near the chimney.

10. Mrs. Inez Cook portrait Mrs. Inez Cook portrait Portraits; People; Women; A studio portrait of Inez 'Cookie' Cook wearing a blouse, necklace, and earrings.

11. U Name It, Bismarck Junior College newspaper front and back page U Name It, Bismarck Junior College newspaper front and back page Education; Colleges and universities; The front page of the first edition of the Bismarck Junior College newspaper features several articles telling the news of the college. The paper is called the U Name It, and a contest on the front page...

12. Homestead of Peter Mouer, Richland County, N.D. Homestead of Peter Mouer, Richland County, N.D. People; Pioneer Era Three men pose in this picture. Peter Mouer sits in the buggy with a dog and three horses are visible. Behind them two wooden structures can be seen. The men appear to be building a house. Much vegetation...

13. Chicago Store and Post Office in Egeland, N.D. Chicago Store and Post Office in Egeland, N.D. City & Town Life; This photograph features the Chicago Store and Post Office in Egeland, N.D. The building is constructed from wood and with large display windows in the front. Individuals stand in front of the store wearing...

14. Echo Hi-Lites, Egeland High school, Egeland, ND Echo Hi-Lites, Egeland High school, Egeland, ND Education; This newspaper features information about events at the Egeland High School during the school year of 1961-62. The document contains information about staff, students, graduation, and prom expenses.

15. School souvenir School souvenir Education; This pamphlet features poems and images to serve as memories for time spent in school. The names of the children, teacher, and school board are included in this document.

16. Letter to Ted from Coach Wienbergen, Dickinson, N. D. Letter to Ted from Coach Wienbergen, Dickinson, N. D. Sports & Recreation; Communication; Colleges and universities; A letter on Dickinson State Teachers College letterhead from H.J. Wienbergen, the football coach for Dickinson State Teachers College, to a player identified as Ted informing him about the first game and...

17. View of Pisek, N.D. View of Pisek, N.D. People; City & Town Life; This photographic postcard features a view of the train station of Pisek, N.D. One man stands and the other sits on the platform. At right the train station is visible. Notice that the word “Pisek”...

18. Sawing at Ben Wessels, Park Center, N.D. Sawing at Ben Wessels, Park Center, N.D. Work Life; Six men work at sawing lumber at Ben Wessels in Park Center, N.D. in March 1914. There are large stacks of split wood behind the men, and smaller branches on the left. They are using a log splitting machine....
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