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1. Marquis de Mores statue, Medora, N.D. Marquis de Mores statue, Medora, N.D. Sculpture; Trees; A close-up view of the statue of the Marquis de Mores in Medora. Trees surround the statue.

2. Statue of Marquis de Mores in Medora, North Dakota Badlands Statue of Marquis de Mores in Medora, North Dakota Badlands Sculpture; Trees; Postcards; The statue of the Marquis de Mores and the flagstone courtyard that surrounds it is visible in this postcard view. The buttes that surround the town of Medora are visible in the background.

3. Antoinne Vallombrosa portrait with dog Antoinne Vallombrosa portrait with dog Dogs; Portrait photographs; Antoinne Vallombrosa sits in a chair and pats a dog that sits on the floor in this portrait.

4. Rambler, November 1938 Rambler, November 1938 Newspapers; Work camps; Holidays; Radio stations; Dance parties; Issue contains articles on pay increases, the Thanksgiving menu in camp, recognition for the camp's radio station and grounds, news of a recently held dance, improvements in the camp, sports and education...

5. Rambler, October 1938 Rambler, October 1938 Newspapers; Work camps; Reading rooms; Libraries; Radio stations; Fire; Poetry; Joking; Cartoons (Commentary); Issue contains articles on the completion of the library reading room, an update on the camp radio station, a rewiring project in the camp, fire conditions in the area, sports and education news, poetry,...

6. Rambler, August 1938 Rambler, August 1938 Newspapers; Work camps; Chaplains; Construction; Darkrooms; Issue contains articles on a new camp chaplain, construction of the education building, other camp improvements, plans for construction of a darkroom, and sports news.

7. Chateau de Mores, Medora, N.D. Chateau de Mores, Medora, N.D. Houses; Automobiles; Flags; Flagpoles; A color view of the Chateau de Mores and surrounding area in Medora. Cars are parked on the road an in a lot leading to the Chateau at the top of the hill.

8. Rambler, April 1938 Rambler, April 1938 Newspapers; Work camps; Trees; Fires; Poetry; Cartoons (Commentary); Issue contains articles on tree planting, camp beautification projects, an arrest in a recent forest fire, sports and education news, poetry, and cartoons.

9. Rambler, June 30, 1938 Rambler, June 30, 1938 Newspapers; Work camps; Missing persons; Buckwheat; Millet; Baseball; Libraries; Books; Equipment; Joking; Cartoons (Commentary); Issue contains articles on a new motor in the camp water plant, plans to build a new barracks for new men in the camp, the camp's participation in looking for a missing boy in the area, news on buckwheat...

10. Rambler, February 1938 Rambler, February 1938 Newspapers; Work camps; Electricity; Employee eating facilities; Barbershops; Bathhouses; Cartoons (Commentary); Poetry; Issue contains articles on the arrival of electricity at the camp, dedication of the new canteen, construction of the barbershop and bathhouse, sports and education news, cartoons, and poetry.

11. Rambler, July 1938 Rambler, July 1938 Newspapers; Work camps; Remodeling; Physicians; Correspondence schools; Baseball; Issue contains articles on renovations of the shower room, resignation of the camp surgeon, an announcement of a fee hike for correspondence courses, and baseball news.

12. Rambler, December 1938 Rambler, December 1938 Newspapers; Work camps; Christmas decorations; Construction; Darkrooms; Poetry; Cartoons (Commentary); Issue contains articles on Christmas decorations and celebrations at the camp, construction efforts on forestry buildings, construction of a temporary dark room for the photography classes, a sports update,...

13. Rambler, May 1938 Rambler, May 1938 Newspapers; Work camps; Mosquitos; Baseball; Issue contains articles on personnel changes at the camp, camp beautification efforts, arrival of mosquito netting, sports review and baseball statistics.

14. Rambler, September 1938 Rambler, September 1938 Newspapers; Work camps; Radio stations; Construction; Joking; Issue contains articles on construction of the education building, the moving of the camp radio station to camp from the town of Remer, a list of men to be discharged, news about classes that will be starting...

15. Salvation Army band, Bismarck, N.D. Salvation Army band, Bismarck, N.D. Bands; Band uniforms; A Salvation Army band poses in their uniforms with their instruments for a group portrait. The members are identified as follows: 1st step: Maj. W. Millar. 2nd step: Rozella Sjobom (or Sjoblom), Bob Radspinner....

16. Bismarck High School tumbling team Bismarck High School tumbling team Students; Gymnastics; The girls of the Bismarck High School pose for a group portrait wearing their uniforms.

17. Amy and Phil Prall portrait Amy and Phil Prall portrait Boys; Girls; Children; Portrait photographs; Amy Prall and her brother Phil pose for a formal portrait wearing white clothes. Amy wears a large bow in her hair.

18. Oscar H. Will & Company seed catalog, 1938 Oscar H. Will & Company seed catalog, 1938 Seeds; Seed trade; Gardening; Mail-order businesses; Catalogs; Singing; Corn; The front cover of the Oscar H. Will & Company seed catalog for 1938 features a Mandan priest singing the sacred dew song in a corn field. An earthlodge village is visible on a bluff in the distance.

19. Ivan Ware and Harry Roberts in front of Amidon Hotel, Amidon, N.D. Ivan Ware and Harry Roberts in front of Amidon Hotel, Amidon, N.D. Hotels; Automobiles; Signs (Notices); Ivan Ware and Harry Roberts stand in front of a sign in front of the Amidon Hotel. It reads "We burn our coal mines, fossilize our ancestors, petrify our wood, welcome our guests."

20. Amidon Hotel, Amidon, N.D. Amidon Hotel, Amidon, N.D. Hotels; Automobiles; Signs (Notices); Two men stand outside the Amidon Hotel and read a sign that is propped up behind one of the vehicles parked in the lot. The sign reads: "We burn our coal mines, fossilize our ancestors, petrify our wood,...
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