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Title: Theo Mattson
               
Dates: 1890-1950

Collection Number: 00063

Quantity: 25 items

Abstract: Images of Sanish (N.D.), Fort McKeen, the North Dakota Capitol Grounds, the Menoken Indian Village, and agricultural scenes, including several images of the Dalrymple farm (Cass County, N.D.).

Provenance: The collection was donated to the State Historical Society of North Dakota by Theodore G. Mattson in July 1964.

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PHOTOGRAPHS INVENTORY

00063-00001a Verendrye Bridge before removal, Sanish (N.D.) 1950
00063-00001b The Verendrye Bridge before it was demolished, Sanish (N.D.) 1950
00063-00001c The Verendrye Bridge at Sanish. N.D. before demolition, 1950
00063-00001d Verendrye Bridge at Sanish (N.D.) 1950
00063-00001e View of Sanish (N.D.) from Crow-Flies-High Butte 1950
00063-00001f Sanish (N.D.) as seen from Crow-Flies-High Butte 1950
00063-00001g Looking east along Main Street, Sanish (N.D.) 1950
00063-00002a Verendrye National Monument, aka Crow-Flies-High Butte from across the Missouri River near Sanish (N.D.) 1950
00063-00002b Crow-Flies-High Butte viewed from across the Missouri River 1950
00063-00002c View of the Sanish area from Crow-Flies-High Butte (N.D.) 1950
00063-00002d Site of the new Missouri River bridge near the Verendrye National Monument 1950
00063-00002e Two-track winding along the approach to the Verendrye National Monument, Sanish (N.D.) 1950
00063-00002f Restored Fort McKeen blockhouse south of Mandan (N.D.) circa 1950
00063-00002g View down the Missouri River from Ft. McKeen blockhouse circa 1950
00063-00002h View of Ft. McKeen blockhouse with Bismarck (N.D.) in the distance circa 1950
00063-00002i Ft. McKeen blockhouse and the view to the northeast circa 1950
00063-00003 Crow-Flies-High Butte and the Missouri River Vista circa 1950
00063-00004A Three unidentified men at the On-A-Slant Indian earth lodge village, Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park (N.D.) 8/16/1950
00063-00004B On-A-Slant Mandan Indian Village below a graveled road, Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park (N.D.) 8/16/1950
00063-00004C View across On-A-Slant Mandan Indian Village, Ft. Abraham Lincoln State Park (N.D.) 8/16/1950
00063-00004D Center plaza in On-A-Slant Mandan Indian Village, Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park (N.D.) 8/16/1950
00063-00004E Earth lodges at On-A-Slant Mandan Indian Village from the west side 8/16/1950
00063-00004F The On-A-Slant Mandan Indian Village with the Capitol in the distance 8/16/1950
00063-00005a The Liberty Memorial building on the North Dakota State Capital grounds 1950
00063-00005b View southwest from the steps of the North Dakota State Capitol, Bismarck (N.D.) 1950
00063-00005c North Dakota Capitol as seen from the north lawn of the Liberty Memorial building 1950
00063-00005d The North Dakota State Capitol building as seen from the Liberty Memorial building 1950
00063-00005e Facade of the North Dakota State Capitol from the southwest 1950
00063-00005f The North Dakota State Capitol building with water tower behind 1950
00063-00006a Sakakawea Statue on the North Dakota Capitol grounds, Bismarck (N.D.) 1950
00063-00006b Right side view of the Sakakawea statue on the Capital Grounds, Bismarck (N.D.) 1950
00063-00006c Sakakawea statue on the Capital Grounds, Bismarck (N.D.) 1950
00063-00006d The Sakakawea statue on the Capital Grounds, Bismarck (N.D.) 1950
00063-00007-1 Russell Reid, George Will, and Clell Gannon examining the fortification ditch at Menoken Indian Village 8/16/1950
00063-00007-2 Fortification ditch at On-A-Slant Indian Village Site 8/16/1950
00063-00007-3 View from Menoken Indian Village over the Apple Creek bottom lands 8/16/1950
00063-00007-4 Fortification ditch at Menoken Indian Village State Park, Burleigh County (N.D.) 8/16/1950
00063-00007-5 Russell Reid, George Will, and Clell Gannon(?) walk the fortification ditch at Menoken Indian Village 8/16/1950
00063-00007-6 Russell Reid, George Will, and Clell Gannon converse in the fortification ditch at Menoken Indian Village 8/16/1950
00063-00008 Copy of a calendar photograph using children as advertisement for Evensen and Olson 1900
00063-00009 Olson & his ox team, Kenmare (N.D.) 1903
00063-00010 A North Dakota family by their sod house 1896
00063-00011 Hand separator turned by sheep power circa 1900
00063-00012 Dalrymple farm workers and horse and mule teams line up across a field 1890
00063-00013 Dalrymple Bonanza Farm acres with of shocks of wheat 1890
00063-00014 Forty binders cutting and binding grain on the Dalrymple Bonanza farm 1890
00063-00015 Threshing crews on the Dalrymple Bonanza Farm, Casselton (N.D.) 1890
00063-00016 Assorted pieces of tack for farm animals in a display 2/14/1963

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