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Title: Ray J. Elliot

Dates: 1958-1963

Collection Number: 00240

Quantity: 114 images

Abstract: Images of State Parks, State Historic Sites, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, National Wildlife Refuges, and coal mines.

Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota acquired this collection from Ray Elliott, State Parks Director, in January 1964.

Copyrights: Copyrights to materials in 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 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 number, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all bibliographic references.

PHOTOGRAPHS INVENTORY

00240-01              Whitestone Hill, Dickey County N.D. August 1962
00240-02              Stone Marker at Whitestone Hill, Dickey County N.D. July 1958
00240-03              Four Bears Memorial Bridge, Fort Berthold Indian Reservation October 13, 1960
00240-04              Unproductive soils put to other use from ND 23 E of Keene N.D. October 13, 1960           
00240-05              Oil wells, Fort Berthold Indian Reservation from ND 23 October 13, 1960                               
00240-06              Geographic Center of North America Monument, Rugby (ND)
00240-07              Old Settlers Monument, McIntosh County N.D. 1961
00240-08              Post Office, Grassy Butte (ND) 1961
00240-09              Theodore Roosevelt’s Elk Horn Ranch cabin, Medora (ND)
00240-10              Truax-Traer Coal Mine stripper                 
00240-11              Truax-Traer Coal Mine stripper                 
00240-12              Truax-Traer Coal Mine shovel                    
00240-13              Truax-Traer Coal Mine scoop                     
00240-14              Truax-Traer Coal Mine lignite vein                           
00240-15              Truax-Traer Coal Mine scoop                     
00240-16              Chief Louis Goodhouse, Fort Totten N.D.
00240-17              Meretsky's Steam Engine in parade, Devils Lake N.D.
00240-18              Pembina Hills, W of Walhalla N.D. Brick mine area, buildings gone, good park potential, just above forks of South and main Pembina rivers
00240-19              Sentinel Butte
00240-20              Heart Butte Dam very low October 15, 1961
00240-21              Homme Reservoir near Park River N.D.
00240-22              Lake Stormon, International Peace Garden
00240-23              Mule deer, doe and fawns, North Unit Theodore Roosevelt National Park
00240-24              Lake Ilo National Wildlife Refuge stone visitor center, Dunn County N.D.
00240-25              Lake Ilo National Wildlife Refuge picnic area, Dun County N.D.
00240-26              Homme Dam, near Park River N.D.
00240-27              Observation point on highway 85, North Unit Theodore Roosevelt National Park
00240-28              Hauling rock, Sentinel Butte, July 1958
00240-29              Burning coal mine, Amidon N.D. July 1958
00240-30              Burning coal mine, Medora N.D. July 1958
00240-31              Sentinel Butte July 1958
00240-32              Vent, burning coal mine 13 miles NW of Amidon N.D. September 27, 1960
00240-33              Columnar juniper, Amidon N.D. October 1960
00240-34              Columnar juniper forest, Amidon N.D. October 28, 1960
00240-35 – 37     Columnar juniper forest September 29, 1960
00240-38              Interpretive sign, Custer National Forest, Columnar Juniper October 28, 1960
00240-39              Columnar juniper forest September 29, 1960
00240-40              Interpretive sign, Custer National Forest, Columnar Juniper September 29, 1960
00240-41              Columnar juniper forest September 29, 1960
00240-42              Interpretive sign Long X Trail, North Unit Theodore Roosevelt National Park October 12, 1960
00240-43              Marmarth Rest Area, U.S. Highway 12 September 29, 1960
00240-44              Marmarth Village Park September 29, 1960
00240-45              Playground, Marmarth Village Park, September 29, 1960
00240-46              Marmarth Rest Area, U.S. Highway 12 October 29, 1960
00240-47              Lostwood Lake, Glacial Moraines, Lostwood National Wildlife Refuge October 11, 1960
00240-48              Marmarth Rest Area, U.S. Highway 12 September 29, 1960
00240-49              Earth slump due to removal of fire underlying lignite strata NW of Amidon N.D. September 29, 1960
00240-50              Badlands NW of Amidon N.D. October 28, 1960
00240-51              Water facilities, Taskers Coulee Recreation Area, Kenmare N.D. October 10, 1960
00240-52              Concession stand, Taskers Coulee, Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge, Kenmare N.D. October 10, 1960
00240-53              Taskers Coulee Recreational Area Shelter from SW, Upper Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge, Kenmare N.D. October 10, 1960
00240-54              Taskers Coulee Recreational Area Shelter from NW, Upper Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge, Kenmare N.D. October 10, 1960
00240-55              Taskers Coulee Recreational Area Playground and Shelter from SW, Upper Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge, Kenmare N.D. October 10, 1960
00240-56              Campfire ground and archery range, Taskers Coulee Recreational Area, Upper Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge, Kenmare N.D. October 10, 1960
00240-57              White Lake National Wildlife Refuge E of Amidon N.D. September 29, 1960
00240-58              Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters, Foxholm N.D. October 10, 1960
00240-59              Lower Des Lacs and Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge headquarters, Kenmare N.D. October 11, 1960
00240-60              Headquarters, Lostwood National Wildlife Refuge October 11, 1960
00240-61              Glacial moiraine, Lostwood National Wildlife Refuge October 11, 1960
00240-62              Vent, burning coal mine near Amidon September 29, 1960
00240-63              Vertical earth separation caused by removal by fire of vein of lignite coal, Amidon N.D. September 29, 1960
00240-64              Vent, burning coal mine near Amidon September 29, 1960
00240-65              Picnic facilities at Spring Lake Park, Williston N.D. October 12, 1960
00240-66              Spring Lake and Zoo, Williston N.D. October 12, 1960
00240-67              Playground, Spring Lake Park, Williston N.D. October 12, 1960
00240-68              Swimming area and docks, Spring Lake Park, Williston October 12, 1960
00240-69 – 70     Badlands from observation point, North Unit, Theodore Roosevelt National Park October 12, 1960
00240-71              Overnight camping, North Unit, Theodore Roosevelt National Park October 12, 1960
00240-72              Shelter, North Unit, Theodore Roosevelt National Park October 12, 1960
00240-73              Interpretive sign Log X Cattle Trail, Theodore Roosevelt National Park October 12, 1960
00240-74              Interpretive sign Badlands Scenery, North Unit, Theodore Roosevelt National Park October 12, 1960
00240-75              Interpretive sign Bentonitic Clay, North Unit, Theodore Roosevelt National Park October 12, 1960
00240-76              Trailer campsite, North Unit, Theodore Roosevelt National Park October 12, 1960
00240-77              Interpretive sign A River Changes Its Course, North Unit, Theodore Roosevelt National Park October 12, 1960
00240-78              Interpretive sign Edge of A Glacier, North Unit, Theodore Roosevelt National Park October 12, 1960
00240-79              Rest rooms, North Unit, Theodore Roosevelt National Park October 12, 1960
00240-80              Interpretive sign Man and Grass, North Unit, Theodore Roosevelt National Park October 12, 1960
00240-81 – 82     Amidon burning coal mine area March 1961
00240-83              Interpretive sign Long X Bridge December 1961
00240-84              Interpretive sign map of Indian Village sites, Parks and Historic sites, and Trails within a 48 mile radius of Bismarck N.D.
00240-85 – 87     Pinioned wild Canada Goose May 1962
00240-88              Stone and wood shelter May 1962
00240-89              Black Butte N of Bowman N.D. May 1962
00240-90              Interpretive sign Guide to North Dakota Parks & Historic Sites August 1962
00240-91              Fort Totten State Historic Site October 1962
00240-93              Display of taxidermied birds May 1963
00240-94              Monument four chaplains May 1963
00240-95 – 96     Buffalo SW of Fort Yates N.D. May 1963
00240-97              People in a picnic area
00240-101            Interpretive sign map North Dakota the Friendly State July 1963
00240-102            Group at Mineral Springs, N of Dunseith N.D. July 1963
00240-104            Sully’s Hill buffalo
00240-105            Sully’s Hill geese
00240-106 – 107 Geese in flight N of Devils Lake N.D.
00240-108            Sheyenne River
00240-109            Pembina River Valley in eastern Cavalier County. Photo by W. P. Sebens, ND State Soil Conservation Committee
00240-110            Junction of north and south forks of Pembina River. Photo by W. P. Sebens, ND State Soil Conservation Committee
00240-111            Lake Upsilon, Turtle Mountains, N.D. Photo by W. P. Sebens, ND State Soil Conservation Committee
00240-112            Sentinel Butte
00240-113            Spectators watch Indian dance, Fort Totten State Historic Site
00240-114            View of farms with Sentinel Butte in background. Photo by W. P. Sebens, ND State Soil Conservation Committee

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