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1. Portrait of an unidentified man. Portrait of an unidentified man. Men; Mustaches; Suits (Clothing); Portrait photographs; Waist up portrait of a man with a mustache. He is in a suit, vest and necktie. There is a chain hanging from his vest.

2. James Coleman portrait James Coleman portrait Men; Beards; Portrait photographs; Medals; Studio head shot portrait of James Coleman with beard and Grand Army of the Republic Medal pinned to his suit vest.

3. Hettinger Cowboy Band at Medora golden jubilee, June 15, 1952 Hettinger Cowboy Band at Medora golden jubilee, June 15, 1952 Bands; Musical instruments; Music; Celebrations; Group of band members standing in circle in street playing musical instruments. They are wearing cowboy hats, white pants and western-style dark vest. In background are trees.

4. Me Catchem, Crow Me Catchem, Crow Men; Portrait photographs; Close-up portrait of Indian, seated, wearing vest with rows of metal studs. Painted design on hair.

5. Residence St., Leeds, N.D. Residence St., Leeds, N.D. Houses; Residential streets; Row of houses with young trees planted along street. In center is a utility pole. House in foregorund is home of Harry Piltingsrud, president of H. Piltingsrud Co. general store.

6. School, Deering, N.D. School, Deering, N.D. Schools; Bell towers; Wooden buildings; Two story wood frame school building with bell tower rising from corner of building. Two women and two men standing to the left of the building.

7. Hatton, North Dakota Hatton, North Dakota Business districts; Elevated view looking southeast across town of Hatton with business district along Railroad Avenue, St. John Lutheran Church and school on extreme left.
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