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Title: Bismarck Tribune

Dates: 1910-1980

Collection Number: 00102

Quantity: 47 items

Abstract: Images used in the Bismarck Tribune. Some are copies of wire press photos and may not be duplicated.

Provenance: Unknown

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.

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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 Collections:
00080 Bismarck Tribune
00284 Bismarck Tribune
2009-P-026 Bismarck Tribune

PHOTOGRAPHS INVENTORY

00102-001            Senator S. F. “Buckshot” Hoffner announces candidacy for ND Agriculture Commissioner
00102-002            Ross and Bart Hanson, Devils Lake, hope to run 100 miles this summer  
00102-003            Fourth grade pee wee boys baseball, Fargo (ND)
00102-004            Fire burns three buildings in downtown Grafton (ND)
00102-005            Mount McKinley, Alaska 1967    
00102-006            Employees in front of Rosemeade Pottery Co., Wahpeton (ND)
00102-007            White-Man-Runs-Him, Custer’s Crow Scout, who carried news of the fight to General Terry at the mouth of the Little Big Horn
00102-008            Laura Wahl Pulscher, Fargo (ND)              
00102-009            Alfred R. Sorenson, Minot physician December 1954
00102-010 – 011 Dickinson sewage treatment plant November 6, 1939   
00102-012            L. W. Veigel and Jo Loh, Dickinson (ND) November 6, 1939
00102-013 – 019 Construction of Bismarck underpass April 1939 
00102-020            Walter Albright, president of the Grain Dealers’ Association
00102-021            Mrs. Hazel Alm, Binford (ND)     
00102-022            Albion Blinks, recreation planner             
00102-023            Ruetta Day Blinks, landscape architect at Riverdale (ND)
00102-024            Saints Peter and Paul Church interior on the Golden Jubilee, Strasburg (ND)
00102-025            James P. Taylor
00102-026 – 029 Thomas H. Moodie
00102-030            Cartoon of Thomas H. Moodie
00102-031            Cartoon of Thomas H. Moodie with ‘shade of Theodore Roosevelt, He’s Good Enough for Me’
00102-032 – 033 Moodie trial
00102-034 – 042 U.S. Weather Bureau, Bismarck
00102-043            Governor and Mrs. Aandahl and Mr. and Mrs. Jungers in an antique car with the sign Mott Pioneer Press in a parade
00102-044            Three men stand by presses at Bismarck Tribune 1940
00102-045            Graves of five Indian Police killed in Sitting Bull fight Dec 15th 1890 postcard
00102-046            Indian camp, Catholic Congress, June 26-7-8-9. 1910 Fort Yates, N.D.
00102-047            Men in a panel truck with canvas top possibly being transferred to the Fort Lincoln Internment Camp during WWII

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