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Title: Floyd E. Henderson Oral History Photograph Collection

Dates: 1913-1917

Collection Number: 00032-DU-27

Quantity: 22 items

Abstract: Photographs copied from personal collection of Floyd E Henderson during his Oral History Interview in Fargo (ND), Cass County. The interview can be found on Oral History Tape #304A&B.

Provenance: The North Dakota Oral History Project was undertaken by Larry Sprunk, with the cooperation of the North Dakota American Revolution Bicentennial Commission, the North Dakota Farmers Union, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota. The primary objective of the North Dakota Oral History Project was to conduct oral tape recorded interviews with North Dakotans who lived through the state's history and who could speak of this history from a first-hand basis. Interviewees were photographed at the time of their interviews. In addition, the project borrowed over 6,000 historical photographs which were copied and added to the State Historical Society's collection. Many interviewees also donated family histories, documents, letters, ledgers, books, and artifacts.

Property Rights: The State Historical Society of North Dakota owns the property rights to this collection.

Copyrights: Copyrights to this collection remain with the donor, publisher, author, or author's heirs.  Researchers should consult the 1976 Copyright Act, Public Law 94-553, Title 17, U.S. Code or an archivist at this repository if clarification of copyright requirements is needed.

Access: This collection is open under the rules and regulations of the State Historical Society of North Dakota.

Citation: Researchers are requested to cite the collection title, collection number, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and bibliographic references.


00032-DU-27-01                Floyd Henderson hauling lumber 1914
00032-DU-27-02                Floyd Henderson at Normal School Valley City (ND) 1915
00032-DU-27-03                Crowd waiting for first train into Dunn Center (ND) October 17, 1914
00032-DU-27-04                Crowd waiting for first train into Dunn Center (ND) October 17, 1914
00032-DU-27-05                Floyd Henderson at High Line Bridge, Valley City (ND) 1915
00032-DU-27-06                School, 6 miles SE of Dunn Center (ND). Floyd Henderson, teacher
00032-DU-27-07                Unloading railroad ties for Killdeer branch near Dunn Center (ND) 1914
00032-DU-27-08                Birds-eye view of Dunn Center (ND) 1914
00032-DU-27-09                Work train on the Mandan to Killdeer branch line 1914
00032-DU-27-10                Cowboys life Dunn County (ND) March 1, 1915
00032-DU-27-11                Floyd Henderson, school teacher, Melby (ND) 1914
00032-DU-27-12                Jesse Witaker's gray barn 1915
00032-DU-27-13                Governor Louis B. Hanna and crowd greeting first train to Dunn Center (ND) October 17, 1914
00032-DU-27-14                Jess Whitaker and Floyd Henderson in front of telephone office, Regent (ND) 1913        
00032-DU-27-15                Teachers taking exam, Dunn Center (ND) 1914  
00032-DU-27-16                Floyd Henderson takes lady friends for ride in buggy, Regent (ND) 1913
00032-DU-27-17                Depot, Dunn Center (ND) 1914
00032-DU-27-18                Workmen laying rails for Killdeer branch near Dunn Center (ND) 1914
00032-DU-27-19                Rail laying machine taken to east Halliday (ND)
00032-DU-27-20                Crowd at Dunn Center (ND)
00032-DU-27-21                Public School, Lawton (ND) 1916-1917   
00032-DU-27-22                Floyd Henderson and Mayme Nelson 1913

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