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Title: Former Governor’s Mansion

Dates: 1902-1975

Collection Number: 00071

Quantity: 123 items

Abstract: Images of the Former Governor's Mansion and the Governors and families who lived there. 

Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota acquired this collection as part of an Oral History project on Former Governor's Mansion. Images were borrowed from the families of Governors Aandahl, Burke, and Langer.

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

Copyrights: Copyrights to materials in this collection remain with the donor, publisher, author, or author's heirs.  Researcher should consult the 1976 Copyright Act, Public Law 94-553, Title 17 U.S. Code and 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 name, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and bibliographic references.

Related Collection:
MSS 20942 Oral History Interview with Louise (Aandahl) Stockman and Mary (Langer) Gokey

PHOTOGRAPHS INVENTORY

00071-01              Former Governor’s Mansion April 13, 1902 halftone photo descreened
00071-02              Mrs. Marion Burke
00071-03              John Burke family seated in Former Governor’s Mansion living room
00071-04              Asa Fisher home later Governor’s Mansion
00071-05              Former Governor’s Mansion flyer 1902
00071-06              Program, Former Governor’s Mansion March 17
00071-07              View of stair banister through doorway. Photo by Jim Sperry July 31, 1975
00071-08              Pantry. Photo by Jim Sperry July 31, 1975
00071-09              Wallpaper removal. Photo by Jim Sperry July 31, 1975
00071-10              Padlocked door. Photo by Jim Sperry July 31, 1975
00071-11              Pantry. Photo by Jim Sperry July 31, 1975
00071-12 – 13     Door. Photo by Jim Sperry July 31, 1975
00071-14              Empty room. Photo by Jim Sperry July 31, 1975
00071-15              View of stair banister through doorway. Photo by Jim Sperry July 31, 1975
00071-16              Empty room. Photo by Jim Sperry July 31, 1975
00071-17 – 18     Door. Photo by Jim Sperry July 31, 1975
00071-20              Governor Aahdahl’s daughters seated by Christmas tree. Louis Stockman photo
00071-21              Governor Aandahl and family. Louise Stockman photo
00071-22              Governor and Mrs. Aandahl and daughters Marilyn and Louise playing cards. Louise Stockman photo
00071-23              Marilyn, Louise, Margaret and Mrs. Aandahl on the Former Governor’s Mansion porch. Louise Stockman photo
00071-24              Former Governor’s Mansion ca. 1950s copied from Helen Rickerts
00071-25              Former Governor’s Mansion surrounded by trees. Marion Burke photo
00071-26              Postcard of man speaking to crowd next to sign reading: See this Freak of nature part cow & horse. St. Alexius Hospital at 6th and Main in background ca. 1885-1900. Marion Burke photo
00071-27              Dining Room, Former Governor’s Mansion interior. Marion Burke photo
00071-28              Tom Lee, Butler-cook, in the Dining Room, Former Governor’s Mansion ca. 1907-1913
00071-29 – 30     South parlor, Former Governor’s Mansion. Marion Burke photo
00071-31              Interior, Former Governor’s Mansion. Marion Burke photo
00071-32 – 34     Governor and Mrs. Langer and two daughters. Mrs. F. Gokey photo
00071-35 – 36     Bedroom, Former Governor’s Mansion. Mrs. F. Gokey photo
00071-37              Dining room, Former Governor’s Mansion. Mrs. F. Gokey photo
00071-38              Parlors, Former Governor’s Mansion, Gokey photo ca. 1937-1938
00071-39- 1 – 53 Phyllis Keller photos, daughter of Phil Fetch ca. 1950s
00071-39-13        Unidentified man, Carriage House, Former Governor’s Mansion ca. 1950s
00071-39-44        George Dedrick Rogers, Minn. May 13, 1951
00071-40              Asa Fisher home interior
00071-41              Republican women serving tea, Former Governor’s Mansion 1957
00071-42              Former Governor’s Mansion postcard
00071-43              Former Governor’s Mansion 1916. Holmboe photo
00071-44              One of Governor Aandahl’s daughters with a baby under the Christmas tree
00071-45              Aandahl baby in front of Christmas tree
00071-46              Fourth Street block showing Former Governor’s Mansion
00071-47              Two parlors
00071-48 – 66     Aandahl family snapshots, unidentified
00071-67              Executive Mansion, Bismarck, N.D. postcard
00071-68              Newspaper clipping on Former Governor’s Mansion
00071-69              Bedroom, Former Governor’s Mansion 1956
00071-70              Interior, Former Governor’s Mansion 1956
00071-71              Living Room, Former Governor’s Mansion 1956

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