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Mark Andrews campaigning for his first election to congress.
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Mark Andrews standing at a podium decorated with a Republican elephant emblem, and a campaign poster. Location unknown, perhaps Fargo Civic Center.
Lynn Frazier campaigning for North Dakota Governor, Mohall, N.D.
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Lynn Frazier standing in front of a large gathering of men in, Mohall, N.D. A banner in the foreground states “Frazier For Governor” and is flanked by two American flags. Two grain elevators and some...
President Harry S. Truman on train at Fargo, N.D., showing his 'I Like Fargo' button
Presidents; Railroads; Railroad passenger cars; Whistle-stop campaigning; Buttons (Information artifacts);
Close view of President Truman on back of train car with hand by suit lapel wearing 'I Like Fargo' button. Truman was on a whistle-stop tour campaigning for presidential candidate Adlai Stevenson.
President Harry S. Truman, speaking from back of train, Fargo, N.D.
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President Truman standing at the back of a train, speaking from a podium in to microphones, with a banner in front with "WDAY".
Crowds awating President Harry S. Truman, Williston, N.D.
Railroad stations; Railroad tracks; Crowds; People; Military officers; Presidents; Whistle-stop campaigning;
Crowds of people standing in front of the Great Northern Depot, Williston, N.D. The crowds are standing behind a roped off area. In front of the rope, is a group of military officers standing, spaced apart...
President Harry S. Truman giving a press confrence abord train, between Minot and New Rockford, N.D.
Railroad passenger cars; Presidents; Press; Journalists; Press conferences; Interiors; Men; Whistle-stop campaigning;
President Truman standing in the interior of a pullman railroad car, surrounded by a number of reporters.
John F. Kennedy and Stuart Symington, campaigning at the Red River Valley Fairgrounds, Fargo, N.D.
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Senators John F. Kennedy and Stuart Symington standing on a stage, decorated with patriotic bunting. A third man is standing to the right of the two senators.
President William Howard Taft at Fargo, N.D.
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President Taft standing on back of train surrounded by other men. He appears to be giving a speech, one man appears to be taking notes, likely a reporter. Lower part of image obscured by the heads of spectators....
Campaign train of Theodore Roosevelt at Great Northern Depot, Fargo, N.D.
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Crowd of people standing around the rear of a train parked at Great Northern Depot in Fargo. Depot visible at right. President Theodore Roosevelt likely at back of train.
Crowds waiting to see President Harry S. Truman, Fargo, N.D.
Crowds; Commercial streets; Business districts; Presidents; Whistle-stop campaigning; Hotels; Grocery stores; Cafes; Motion picture theaters; Marquees;
View looking down Broadway from 4th Avenue N., with crowds of people lining the streets. Only two motorcycles visible driving on the street. Businesses visible are New Palace Hotel, Hotel Howard, Broadway...
President Harry S. Truman speaking at Minot, N.D.
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President Harry Truman speaking from the back of a train. Large crowd gathered around. Presidential seal mounted on train podium as well as a sign that states "B& O Special". He is speaking into micorphones...
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