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Box 54A, B & C

1 811, June 1956, Money turned over to boy who last arm, Mickey Brunell (2negs)
2 812, Day Camp 6-56 (2 negs)
3 813, 8-15-57, work on Dike E. of Williston, (2 negs)
4 814, 2-28-57, Grand Opening, N.D. Unemployment Office (9 negs)
5 815, Ray, (or Roy) Syverson, Tioga (1 neg)
6 816, leaves and inch worm (2 negatives)
7 817, 1-57 Old Highway out of bluffs, South of Lewis & Clark Bridge (2 negs)
8 818, Construction Railroad overpass E of Williston, 5_’s, took place of bridges South of Refinery ? (4 negatives)
9 819, Williston Main St. Nite shot from top of Plainsman, Oct 53 (6 negs)
10 820, 12-56, Nite views of Williston, Main St. (3 negatives) (Print 12-27-7 similar to negative 54-10-2)
11 821, July ’54, Miss Snyder at the Fountain 3 of ea (3 negatives of a baby standing, drinking from a water fountain outside)
12 822, 5-57 Pic of N.D. Graduates Banquet (2 negatives)
13 823, Don Mismer (2 negatives of four men with bags standing by a train)
14 824, 1955 Easter Feature, girl with rabbit (3 negatives)
15 825, Women sewing, sewing demonstration (2 negatives)
16 826, Boy eating drumstick, 11-1956 David Robb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Robb; Biggest Turkey, Sam Carn’s 11-56; 2 turkeys, Herald Photo 11-53 (8 negs)
17 827, Charbonneau Farmer’s Union Entertainers, in a Press Publications, Williston, North Dakota envelope, (1 negative of six musicians playing in a studio, two violins, two guitars and two accordions)
18 828, Folk Dance Neg. (6 negatives of group portraits)
19 829, Farmer Subscribes to the Reporter, 50’s (1 negative)
20 830, 3-28-57, Mockel steam engine (2 negatives)
21 831, Mockel Steam Engine Museum (1 negative)
Pets – Animals – Birds divider card
22 832, in an Air Mail envelope, 3 children with two small donkeys (2 negs)
23 833, 4-9-59, Kermit Christian Horse (8 negatives of man on horse)
24 834, Boys & Pet Rabbits, ‘50s (2 negatives)
25 835, goat pulling wagon and George Bruun, Rural Appam, N.D. (1 print)
26 836, Horse and sleigh at Raibrood? Park, Mid 50’s (2 negatives)
27 837, Pelicans near Minot (3 negatives)
28 838, Boys & Pet gopher, 50’s (1 negative)
29 839, 3-28-57, Dahl girl and lamb, Buford (8 negatives)
Politics - Pouticos
30 840, Townsend Banquet for Burdick (10 negatives and 5 prints)
31 841, 11-56 Quentin Burdick speaks at Democratic Rally in Williston (4 negs)
32 842, 10-25-56, Democratic committee counts campaign contrib. (2 negs)
33 843, 10-25-56, Senator Thye Visits Williston (1 negative)
34 844, Probably meeting of Democrats, Jim Key, Ben Meir ? (1 neg)
35 845, North Dakota Legislators In session, Senator Frank Wenstrom presiding, was Lieutenant Governor then (1 neg)
36 846, 9-56, Visit of Senator Kefauver to Sidney, Montana (21 negatives)
Post Office
37 847, 2-28-57 banquet for retired postal employees (2 negatives)
38 848, At Main Street Post Office, Ray Potter, Al Guelley, Earl Stenson (2 negs)
39 849, Postal Employees at Christmas in old Post Office, George Harvey Post Master 12-27-54 (1 neg)
40 850, Postal Delivery man and interior of Post Office (2 negatives)
41 851, George Harvey retires as post master pic with postal employees (2 negatives)
Telephone Features
42 852, Bell Telephone Display (2 negatives)
43 853, Bell Telephone new switch equipment, Mid 30’s (3 negatives)
44 854, Northwest Bell Telephone, Miscellaneous – Expansion, Christmas, George Harvey (11 negatives)
45 855, April 7, 1947 Telephone Strike, 25 (1 negative)
46 856, Telephone operators Feb 4, 1954 (3 negatives) (Negative 54-46-2 matches print 11-49-1 and print 194-15-1)
47 857, Bell Telephone Employee (1 negative)
48 858, Tioga Telephone Switchboard Operator Mrs. Ernie Moratzka 1952 (1 neg)
49 859, Rural Phone meet in Grenora NW Mutual Aid Phone Co. (2 negs)
50 860, 1952 New Bell Telephone building (2 negatives)
51 6-18-54 Bell Telephone Building (4 negs) (Print 194-15-2 and print 181-9 match negative 54-51-1)
Weather – Weather Bureau
52 861, 1957 Snow, Hail, and clouds (5 negatives)
53 862, Williston Weather Bureau a top old P.O., Pearl the Weather girl (1 neg)
54 863, Heavy Snow (1 negative)
55 864, Snow Fall Heavy, Main St. (1 negative)
56 865, Weather Bureau Plotter, Late __’s also Pearl the Weather Girl (2 negatives)
Veterans – Co. E. – Co. L – VFW - Legion
57 866, 1960, American Legion State Conv. Here; N.D. Legion Convention (25 negs); girl Halely Brun ? 1960 (8 negs); Vice Pres & Mrs. Richard Nixon at Am Legion State Convention, Williston (17 negs) (50 negatives total package)
58 867, Legion Convention 1965, Also Legion Auxiliary Parade (38 negatives)
59 868, Forty et 8, wreck at old Legion House on Brwy (1 negative)
60 869, 40 et 8 (2 negatives)
61 870, 40 et 8 Parade during Legion Convention 1965 (12 negatives)
62 871, Forty et Eight at Old Legion Home on Broadway, Cootie Initiation (1 neg)
63 872, Company E Inspection Banquet Called into federal service, Pack 1 #12 (23 negatives) (4x5’ Negative 54-63-19 matches 35mm negative 25C-66-11.)
64 873, Broken glass negative, soldiers marching (1 broken glass neg) Scanned, pulled and properly stored flat in Box 54C.
65 874, Onufray – Vet Serv. Officer, VFW Auxiliary & poppy boy, Memorial Day at WWI Memorial, Veterans Mid 1950s (7 negatives)
66 875, Legion Drum & Bugle Corps, individual pix for book (35 negatives)
67 876, Veterans of Foreign Wars Officers (1 negative)
68 877, Butch Meyer and Friend, VFW Poppy Girls, Butch Meyer – Poppy girl (2 negatives)
69 878, Jan 54, VFW (2 negatives)
70 879, VFW + Misc (4 negatives of a bar)
71 880, 1-57, VFW Officers (2 negatives)
72 881, American Legion Juniors, too thin to print (2 negatives of a Williston American Legion baseball team)
73 882, Jerry Wilder – Co. E Inspection (1 negative)
74 883, Veteran’s Day at Riverview Cemetery (1 negative)
75 884, Nov. 17, 1949, Zahl VFW Dinner (2 negatives)
76 885, 6-13-57, Mrs. Andy Manz and subscription salesman, Legion Auxiliary to raise money for Good Samaritan Hospital (2 negatives)
77 886, VFW – 1952-53 (3 negatives)
78 887, 6-20-54 Legion Club (1 negative)
79 888, Company E, Inspection, Bob Jeffery (1 negative)
80 889, Memorial Day Service (1 negative)
81 890, Memorial Day Services 1965 (12 negatives)
82 891, Navy Recruiter (2 negatives)
83 892, Williston, National Guard leaves for Federal Service, could be at time of Berlin airlift (10 negatives)
The Cold War unexpectedly interrupted North Dakota National Guard improvements in the fall of 1961. President John F. Kennedy directed a partial National Guard and Army Reserve mobilization as part of his response to the Berlin Crisis. Units mobilized for the Berlin Crisis of 1961-1962 included Company C of Williston, which had a total strength of 90, and went to Fort Riley, Kansas. North Dakota Guardsmen were slated for active duty in October of 1961. North Dakota Guardsmen returned home in August 1962 after ten months on active duty. - Information from pages 404 to 406 in the book Citizens as Soldiers: A History of the North Dakota National Guard by Jerry Cooper with Glen Smith, published in 1986 by the North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies and NDSU.
84 893, Veterans Miscellaneous (18 negatives)
85 894, Veterans 164 Infantry reunion, Williston, Bob Moran & Geo Harvey (4 neg)
86 895, Drum & Bugle – about 1955 (2 negatives)
87 896, Veterans VFW, Jerry Wilder, Bob Moran, Could be color guard (1 neg)
88 897, Veterans, Navy Recruiter, Pins medals on Wave while two sailors look on, 1946-1949 (1 negative)
89 898, Could be Veterans in old Legion Hall on West Broadway (2 negatives)
90 899, Army – Navy recruiters men and women (2 negatives)
91 900, Veteran navy recruiter (1 negative)
92 901, Co. E prepares to go to Camp Rucker, Alabama, Jerry Wilder (1 negative)
93 902, Company E (1951?) (5 negatives)
94 903, WWI Soldiers could be a Greatier? (1 negative)
95 904, American Legion 55 Birthday, Vietnam 1st (4 negatives)
96 905, American Legion Birthday 2 years, Gil Stenjem on one pic, Red Chapek and Mrs. Crighton on another, Mid 50’s (2 negatives)
97 906, Cooties initiation 1965 (2 negatives)
98 907, 1940-50 Veteran, Banquet club, convention parade (16 negatives)
99 908, Veterans sign up for bonus (2 - 4x5 negatives, with deterioration of cellulose acetate (diacetate and triacetate) films is characterized by the "vinegar syndrome." – scanned both negatives and removed)
100 909, Co. E. Jerry Reep, moose, Co. E. goes to Camp Rucker, Alabama (11 negs)
101 1000, End of War, overseas, heading on way home 1945 Calcutta and on transport ship USS General Brook (42 negatives)
102 1001, End of war, heading on way home 12-45, photos taken while on USS General Brook troop transport, many while going through Suez Canal (15 negs)
103 1002, 12-45 End of war, Colombo Ceylon heading on way home (10 negs)
104 1003, End of WWII, Japanese leaving China (2 negatives)
105 1004 China: 1945, end of war Japanese fly in to make peace terms with Chinese at Chikiang (10 negatives)
106 1005, End of war, China: 1945 Japanese troops leaving (1 negative)
107 1006, End of war, Late 1944 Japanese soldiers in China going home, pulling carts (1 negative)
108 1007, End of war, on boat, 1944, Japanese soldiers being sent home from China (1 negative)
109 1008, End of war, on bridge, Late 1944, Japanese soldiers in China going home (1 negative)
110 1009, End of war, Lat 1944 Japanese soldiers in China going home, pulling carts (1 negative)
111 1010, China WWII Lone Star, Lady airplane & crew (1 negative, 5 prints)
112 1011, China: 1944 Australian soldier of fortune officer in Chinese army (1 neg)
113 1012, China: 1944 Air lifting of Chinese Infantry (10 negatives)
114 1013, China: 1944 Chinese troops airlift Kunming to Eastern front (1 negative)
115 1014, China WWII Air lifting troops to Eastern front probably at Yiuang, 1945 (2 negatives)
116 1015, Airlift, China 1944, P-40's landing (2 negatives)
117 1015A, End of war, 12-45, on way home on USS. Troop Transport General Brook aircraft carrier, native boats, Statue of Liberty, New York City skyline (29 negs)
118 1016, Burma Road (1 negative)
119 1017, Hump pictures, China: 1944 Burma road across Salween River (1 neg)
120 1018, China: 1944 Salween River & Burma Road across the Himalayas, Misc Views in mountain terrain (5 negatives)
121 1019, China: Road CT-45 25383 (1 negative and 1 print of negative)
122 1020, Burma, Map WWII about 1944 (1 negative)
123 1021, China: 1944, Big valley along road from Kunming to Pao Shau (4 negs)
124 1023, Misc WWII & Army photos, Shemorry, Camp (15 prints and 11 negatives)
125 1024, Camp (Fort) Crowder & Neosho, Missouri (4 negatives)
126 1025, Summer 1943 at Camp Crowder Missouri (18 negatives and 17 prints)
127 1026, China WWII war over in Europe, Wei Li Wong Wedemeyer etc at Pao Shan, copies (2 negatives)
128 1027, Chinese village, CT-45 25369 (1 negative)
129 1028, China 1944 Crowd shots, misc air shots (all underexposed) (4 negs)
130 1029, China: 1944 Cotton story (11 negatives)
131 1030, China Pix: Refugees from Kweilin on steam engine, horse buying in Tibet, Burma road switchbacks, Salwan River. Bridge, Copies (6 negatives)
132 1031, Friends Ambulance Unit during cholera epidemic, Liuchow, July 1945 (3 negatives) (print 77-23-6 crop of negative 54-132-1; print 77-23-7 matches negative 54-132-2; print 77-23-8 matches negative 54-132-3)
133 1032, China: June 18, FATC Field Artillery Training Command? (1 negs)
134 1033, China WWII Chinese troops with artillery, FATC (4 negatives)
135 1034, China: 1944, General Joseph W. Gullwel? portrait (1 negatives)
136 1035, 1944 General Joseph W. Gullwdt? addresses officers at Pao Shan (1 negs)
137 1036, G.I.s playing baseball China – 1944 (2 negatives)
138 1037, Heading for home USS General Brook Dec 1945, end of war, harbor scenes Colombo?, chowline, 'Babbling Brook" ship's newspaper (15 negs & 4 prints) (Print 14-23-5 crop of negative 54-138-13)
139 1038, China: 1944 Chinese & American officers line up for pic in front of flag pole (1 negative)
140 1039, Chinese officer & wife (2 negatives)
141 10.40, China: 1944 Chinese soldiers, also Colonel makes a presentation (3 negs)
142 1041, Filling water drums (1 negative)
143 1042, G.I.s take pictures of Chinese, photos (1 negative)
144 1043, China: G.I. Captain with Chinese officer & children (1 negative)
145 1044, China: 1945 Sergeant Henderson gets award; ’T4 Clayton, Presentation Shot, Kweiyang (1 print and 1 negative)
146 1045, China: 1945 shower in G.I. Hostel, CT-45-25137 (1 negative)
147 1046, G.I.s in China, also special services picture (2 negatives)
148 1047, China: 1944 US major & Chinese officer (1 negative)
149 1048, Fire station in Kunming showing hand pump fire engine (1 negative)
150 1049, China: 1944 provincial palace in Kunming (1 negative)
151 1050, China: 1944 street scene possibly in Kunming (1 negative)
152 1051, China: 1945 United States equipped & trained Chinese troops (1 negative)
153 1052, China: 1945 Chinese civilians watch parade (1 negative)
154 1053, China: 1945 parachute drop over troops on parade ground (1 negative)
155 1054, China: 1945 Decorated arch parade in Kunming (1 negative)
156 1055, China: 1945 parade in Kunming (1 negative)
157 1056, China: 1945 provincial troops parade in Kunming (1 negative)
158 1057, China: 1945 Chinese troops parade in Kunming (1 negative)
159 1058, China: 1945 probably victory parade in Kunming (1 negative)
160 1059, China: 1945 provincial troops parade in Kunming, high angle shot (1 neg)
161 1060, China: 1945 Governor Lung Yun's troops parade in Kunming (1 negative)
162 1061, China: 1944 Red Cross Club in Kunming (1 negative)
163 1062, China: 1945 Kunming Arch (2 negatives)
164 1063, Kunming street scene, Pagoda (2 negatives)
165 1064, Luichow River crossing, 8-45 (2 negatives)
166 1065, China WWII Bill in jeep on way to Liuchow, '45 (1 negative)
167 1066, China: 1945 Demolition crews blow up wreckage of bombed bridge to clear way for riverboat traffic, Frank man Warren wearing campaign hat (9 negatives)
168 1067, China: 1945 Road between Kunming & Liuchow, Waterfall Lake rugged terrain (4 negatives)
169 1068, China: 1944, CBI-44-62280 CN, 27 Nov 44, T/4 James H. Hopper, Somerset Kentucky, operates lathes and T/5 Weeks A. Andrew, Tarboro, N.C., Both of col. Svengarrd’s unit, works drill press in a captured Japanese Mobile Machine Shop, Captured in the Fall of Lungling. This mobile unit is powered by 7.5 KW Generator which is powered by truck motor. Generator generates 110 and 220 Volts. Japs tried to destroyed this unit but it is now in use by the American forces. Photo by T/4 Geo Kocourek. (1 negative with information)
170 1069, China WWII Luichow-river crossing, 1945 (5 negatives)
171 1070, China: 1945 Liuchow bombed out by Japanese (4 negatives)
172 1071, China: 1945 Hostel I & Kunming (4 negatives)
173 1072, China WWII Victory parade Luichow, 8-45 (5 negatives)
174 1073, Military ferry near Liuchow (1 negative)
175 1074, China: 1944 Member of Parliament story in Kunming (7 negatives)
176 1075, Member of Parliament directing traffic at Kunming Flower Circle (2 negs)
177 1076, Bill Shemorry during WWII (7 negatives)
178 1077, China: 1944, Chinese-American G.I.s pose in front of stone lion (1 neg)
179 1078, China: 1944 painting on wall of house (1 negative)
180 1079, China: 1945 Rest camp (7 negatives)
181 1080, China: 1944 Miscellaneous negatives, Rice drop (5 negatives)
182 1081, China: 1944 Rice planting (9 negatives)
183 1082, General Joseph W. Stilwell, Biographical service papers
184 1083, China WWII probably Chinese troops (2 negatives)
185 1084A, In Nashville during WWII (35 negatives + 1 print)
186 1085, Jinx Falkonberg, Pat O'Brien, G.I. Army show (13 prints)
187 1086, Honorable First Division (6 prints)
188 1087, The General gets a jeep (3 prints)
189 1088, China, general Wedemeyer, under exposed and treated mag print (11 negs)
190 Colonel Sells, General Pinky Dorn, General Albert Wedemeyer talk with General Wei at field headquarters in Pao Shan (1000 victory) CBI-44 62568 copy (2 negs)
191 China WWII Gen Wedemeyer, Gen Dorn, Wei Li Huang CBI-44 62562 copy (1 negative)
192 General Wedemeyer & 1000 victory Wei, CBI-44 62569 copy (1 neg)
193 General Wedemeyer saluting Chinese officer CBI-44 62563 copy – Western Front HQ. 18 Dec 44… Maj-Gen. Albert C. Wedemeyer, C/G of U.S. Forces china Theater is greeted at the Paoshan Airport by Gen. Wei Li-huang, commander in Chief of the Chinese Expeditionary forces in his tour of inspection of the western front headquarters. Photo by PFC Seymour Israel. (2 negs)
194 General Wedemeyer & wounded G.I. CBI-44 62567 copy – Western Combat command headquarters. 18 Dec 44… Col. John K. Seels, Lompoc, Calif. Commanding officer of western combat command, brig-gen. Frank Dorn, C/G of Ct & CC, Lt. Gen. Huang, Vice-Commander of the Chinese Expeditionary Forces, Lt. Gen. Szhung, Maj-Gen. Albert C Wedemeyer, Commanding General of U.S. Forces, China Theater, Ge. Wei Li-Huang, Command in Chief of Chinese expeditionary forces, and Lt. Gen. Yu Ta-Wei, Vice Minister of War, confer at Western combat command Headquaters. Photo by PFC Seymour Isreal, Original by Shemorry (1 neg)
195 General Cheves & Wedemeyer, CBI-44 62560 copy, Poashan, China 18 Dec 44… Maj-Gen. G.X. Cheves, Commanding General of SOS in China bids farewell to Maj-Gen. Albert C. Wedemeyer, Commanding General of U.S. Forces, China Theater at Th Kunming Airport as the latter departs on a inspection tour of the western front headquarters. Photo by PFC Seymour Israel. (1 negative)
196 General Wedemeyer shakes hands in front of flag CBI-44 62564 copy – Poasahn, China. 18 Dec 44… Lt. Col. Robert H. Johnston, Clarksville, Ark., Greets Maj-Gen. Albert C. Wedemeyer, C/G U.S. Forces, China Theater in his initial inspection tour of the new theatre at the 22nd field hospital, where Col. Johnston is the commanding officer. Photo by PFC Seymour Israel. (1 negative)
197 General Wedemeyer inspects hospital in China CBI-44 62565 copy (1 neg)
198 Chinese & General Wedemeyer, CBI-44 62561 copy, Paoshan, China, 18 Dec 44…. Lt. Gen. Yu Ta-wei, Vice Minister of War and Chief of Ordnance, Brig. Gen. Frank Dorn, and Maj-Gen. Albert C. Wedemeyer, discuss latest changes in the western front in China in general Wedemeyer’s plane of their way to Poashan to inspect western front command headquarters. Photo by PFE Seymour Israel. (1 negative)
199 China: 1944, General Wedemeyer & G.I. CBI-44 62566 copy (2 negs)
200 G.I., General Wedemeyer & Colonel Sells CBI-44 62564 copy (1 neg)
201 China WWII General Wedemeyer with Chinese ladies-could be Madam Chiang Kai Shek (1 negative)
202 1089, China: 1945 Homemade water heater for G.I. Hostel (1 negative)
203 1090, China WWII wrecked jeep (2 negatives)
204 Working on a jeep (3 prints)
205 India Pictures, about 11-1945 on way home (10 negatives)
206 India WWII all Calcutta. Burma Red Cross Club Calcutta, Street scene with traffic, government buildings, Indian policeman, Calcutta 1944 (4 negatives)
207 India – 1944, Slige? Shaw at Kanchrapara? for G.I.’s Bill in one of pix (5 negs)
208 Prints from China/ India during or around WWII- (35 prints)
209 India – 1944, Kanchrapara, One Proma Putra River, Calcutta, In camp possibly some at Chabue (43 negatives)

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