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Title: Historic Sites

Dates: 1937-1957

Collection Number: 00095

Quantity: 206 items

Abstract: Images of International Peace Gardens, installation of the Northern Pacific Railroad locomotive at Camp Hancock, Chateau De Mores, State Historical Society exhbits in the Liberty Memorial Building, and monuments and historical markers.

Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota acquired the Historic Sites photograph collection from LeRoy Pease of the Greater North Dakota Association on August 25, 1952.

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.

PHOTOGRAPHS INVENTORY

00095-001 – 036 International Peace Gardens    
00095-0037 – 0038 Victor Feldbrill, Victor, director of the Winnipeg Symphony, directing Camp Orchestra rehearsal at International Peace Gardens
00095-039            Clayton Hathaway, of Duluth Minn., directing chorus rehearsal at International Peace Gardens 
00095-040            Indoor rehearsal of band under the direction of Ronald Gregory, University of Indiana, at International Peace Gardens
00095-041            Richard Jolliffe of Muncie Ind., directing camp dance band at the International Peace Gardens
00095-042            Harlow  Berguist of Fargo, directing cello and string bass sectional rehearsal, International Peace Gardens               
00095-043            Outdoor rehearsal of the combined bands under the direction of Clarence Sawhill, University of Califonia, International Peace Gardens
00095-044            Caporette Twirling Team under the direction of Marilyn Haas, Syracuse Ind. At the International Peace Gardens              
00095-045            Twirling Team at the International Peace Gardens
00095-046 – 047 International Peace Gardens    
00095-048            Soldiers at Camp Hancock formerly Camp Greeley ca. 1872-1875, Bismarck (DT) 
00095-049            Overview of Camp Hancock grounds looking northeast, Bismarck N.D. April 12, 1950
00095-050            Overview of Camp Hancock grounds looking east, Bismarck N.D. April 12, 1950
00095-051            Overview of Camp Hancock grounds looking southwest, Bismarck N.D. April 12, 1950
00095-052 – 053 Overview of Camp Hancock grounds looking north, Bismarck N.D. April 12, 1950
00095-054            Overview of Camp Hancock building looking southeast, Bismarck N.D. April 12, 1950
00095-055            Close-up of fire damaged siding on Camp Hancock building looking to the north, Bismarck N.D. April 12, 1950               
00095-056            Bagpipe team readying to perform at installation of Northern Pacific Railroad Engine at Camp Hancock, Bismarck N.D. 1955         
00095-057            Northern Pacific Railroad locomotive engine dedication ceremonies at Camp Hancock, Bismarck N.D. 1955
00095-058            Bagpipe team readying to perform at installation of Northern Pacific Railroad Engine at Camp Hancock, Bismarck N.D. 1955
00095-059            Speaker at Northern Pacific Railroad locomotive engine dedication ceremonies at Camp Hancock, Bismarck N.D.       1955
00095-060            Speaker at Northern Pacific Railroad locomotive engine dedication ceremonies at Camp Hancock, Bismarck N.D.       1955
00095-061            Bagpipe team readying to perform at installation of Northern Pacific Railroad Engine at Camp Hancock, Bismarck N.D. 1955
00095-062 – 068 Speaker at Northern Pacific Railroad locomotive engine dedication ceremonies at Camp Hancock, Bismarck N.D.       1955
00095    0069       Crowd inspecting locomotive engine after dedication ceremonies at Camp Hancock, Bismarck N.D. 1955
00095-070 – 073 Installation of tracks for permanent location of Northern Pacific Railroad locomotive engine at Camp Hancock, Bismarck N.D. 1955
00095-074            Russell Reid and others watch tractor pulling Northern Pacific Railroad locomotive engine into permanent location at Camp Hancock, Bismarck N.D.
00095-075            Russell Reid photographing installation of Northern Pacific Railroad locomotive engine at Camp Hancock, Bismarck N.D. 1955
00095-076            Installation of Northern Pacific Railroad locomotive engine at Camp Hancock, Bismarck N.D. 1955
00095-077            Russell Reid watching installation of Northern Pacific Railroad locomotive engine at Camp Hancock, Bismarck N.D. 1955
00095-078            Medallion detail on side of Northern Pacific Railroad locomotive engine at Camp Hancock, Bismarck N.D. 1955. Inscription: Baldwin Locomotive Works Philadelphia U. S. A. July 1909 33619.
00095-079            Installation of Northern Pacific Railroad locomotive engine at Camp Hancock, Bismarck N.D. 1955
00095-080 – 086 Fort Rice State Historic Site, Fort Rice N.D.
00095    0087       Model of Fort McKeen, Mandan N.D.
00095    0088       Fort McKeen Block house reconstructed by the C.C.C. Mandan N.D.
00095    0089       Fort Mandan Historic Site Marker            
00095-090            Lake Jessie Historic Site Marker
00095-091            Sully's Heart River Corral Historic Site Monument
00095-092            Dam on the Sheyenne River at Fort Ransom N.D.
00095-093 – 111 Writing Rock Historic Site, Divide County N.D.   
00095-112 – 113 Hawks Nest near Carrington N.D.
00095-114            Dedication of Monument and ponderosa pine tree honoring late George Francis Will, pioneer seedsman and naturalist May 3, 1957
00095-115            Mrs. George Francis Will unveils monument honoring her late husband May 3, 1957       
00095-116            Mrs. George Francis Will, unknown and Russell Reid viewing Monument honoring the late George Will  May 3, 1957
00095-117            Group unveils monument honoring the late George Francis Will                May 3, 1957: E. L. Worthington, Mrs. George Francis Will, Ernest George, Rev. A. E. Smith, Judge James Morris, Mrs. Kenneth Potsborg, Clarence Nelson
00095-118 – 135 State Historical Society Exhibits, Bismarck N.D.  1937
00095-136 – 148 Theodore Roosevelt National Park Dedication June 1949             
00095-149            Medora N.D. 1949          
00095-150 – 151 Chateau de Mores, Medora N.D. 1949
00095-152            Marquis de Mores statue in park at Medora N.D. 1949  
00095-153 – 154 DeMores Packing Plant, Medora N.D. 1949
00095-155            Chateau de Mores, Medora N.D. 1949
00095-157            Russell Reid in Liberty Memorial Building office. Risem photo
00095-158            Maynard Stephens, model builder for the State Historical Society. Risem photo. ca. 1930-1940
00095-159            State Historical Society artifacts. Risem photo
00095-160            Archaeology exhibit, Liberty Memorial Building. Risem photo
00095-161            Bison exhibit, Liberty Memorial Building. Risem photo
00095-162 – 163 Butterfly exhibit, Liberty Memorial Building. Risem photo
00095-164            Gun exhibit, Liberty Memorial Building. Risem photo
00095-165            Exhibit, Liberty Memorial Building. Risem photo
00095-166            Military exhibit, Liberty Memorial Building. Risem photo
00095-167            WWI exhibit, Liberty Memorial Building. Risem photo
00095-168            Exhibit, Liberty Memorial Building. Risem photo
00095-169            Bird and mammal exhibit, Liberty Memorial Building. Risem photo
00095-170            Liberty Memorial Building upstairs hallwayexhibit. Risem photo
00095-171            Pioneer Room, Liberty Memorial Building. Risem photo
00095-172            Red River Ox Cart display, Liberty Memorial Building. Risem photo
00095-173            Theodore Roosevelt on horseback display, Liberty Memorial Bulding. Risem photo
00095-174            Front of Liberty Memorial Building in snow. Risem photo
00095-176 – 181 Aerial views of the  International Peace Gardens ca. 1955-1960. W. P. Sebens photo
00095-182 – 183 Aerial views of Lake Stormon, International Peace Gardens. W. P. Sebens photo
00095-184 – 185 Formal Gardens at International Peace Gardens. W. P. Sebens photo
00095-186 – 189 Canadian-American stone dedication cairn, International Peace Gardens. W. P. Sebens photo
00095-190            Aerial view of International High School Music Camp and Music Director’s Workshop, International Peace Gardens. W. P. Sebens photo
00095-191            Aerial view of formal gardens, International Peace Gardens. W. P. Sebens photo
00095-192            Cornerstone of Freedom Canadian monument, International Peace Gardens. W. P. Sebens photo
00095-193 – 194 Young Citizens League Monument, International Peace Gardens. W. P. Sebens photo
00095-195            Oak Leaf Picnic Area, International Peace Gardens. W. P. Sebens photo
00095-196 – 197 Canadian-American stone dedication cairn, International Peace Gardens. W. P. Sebens photo
00095-198            Ten Commandments, International Peace Gardens. W. P. Sebens photo
00095-200 – 201 Lake Stormon, International Peace Gardens. W. P. Sebens photo
00095-202            Canadian Customs and Immigration station. W. P. Sebens photo
00095-203            Aerial view of the International Peace Gardens. W. P. Sebens photo
00095-204            Canadian-American stone dedication cairn, International Peace Gardens. W. P. Sebens photo
00095-205            Wishing well in the Peace Panel, International Peace Gardens. W. P. Sebens photo
00095-206            International Peace Garden highway sign

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