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Title: Mrs. Ollie Bach Oral History Photo Collection

Dates: 1908-1927

Collection Number: 00032-WD-03

Quantity: 26 items

Abstract: Photographs copied from the personal collection of Mrs. Ollie Bach during her Oral History Interview in Minot (ND) in Ward County. The interview can be found on Oral History Tape #1017A.

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-WD-03-02               Charles Pease threshing rig
00032-WD-03-03               Livery barn, Maxbass (ND)
00032-WD-03-04               Jerry Bouelick cook car 1911
00032-WD-03-05               Our goat and wagon
00032-WD-03-06               Our thresher
00032-WD-03-07               Bach family at their homestead in Bottineau County 1908: Rose, Stacia, Josie, Arnold, Lloyd, and Lyman
00032-WD-03-08               Team of four mules hitched to a rig
00032-WD-03-09               Bach family homestead, fall 1908
00032-WD-03-10               Bach children in Westhope (ND) 1908: Arnold, Lloyd, and Lyman
00032-WD-03-11               Ollie on the horse, Blonde at horse race Missoula (MT) 1924
00032-WD-03-12               Mrs. Ollie Bach on horse in middle at the State Fair, Minot (ND) 1927
00032-WD-03-13               Horses
00032-WD-03-14               Two teams of horses hitched to carts for chariot racing in front of house
00032-WD-03-15 – 16     Harness racing
00032-WD-03-17               Jockey
00032-WD-03-18               Drill horses of Lloyd and Ollie Bach in Poplar Bluff (MO)
00032-WD-03-19               Chariot racing at the State Fair, Minot (ND)
00032-WD-03-20               Jockey
00032-WD-03-21               Chick Pease, Line Corley, and Lloyd Bach before Roman Standing Race, Toronto (Canada)
00032-WD-03-22               Drill horses of Lloyd and Ollie Bach in Poplar Bluff (MO)
00032-WD-03-23               Teams of horses hitched to carts for chariot racing in front of house
00032-WD-03-24               Chariot Race at the North West Fair, Minot (ND) June 30-July 5 1924
00032-WD-03-25               Panorama of threshing rig and crew at work ca. 1910-1912
00032-WD-03-26               Man plowing

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