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Title: US Department of Agriculture. Soil Conservation Service

Dates: 1939-1972

Collection Number: 00397

Quantity: 96 items

Abstract: Includes Soil Conservation Service images from the late 1930s through the 1970s on North Dakota farms, conservation practices being taught at ND State Normal School, Mayville, and North Dakota postcards.

Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota acquired this collection in a series of installments from the Nebraska State Historical Society between 1986 and 1992.

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

00397-01              Windbreak on the Iver Bakken farm, Traill County SW of Clifford (ND) September 1, 1965
00397-02              Farmer Joe Gadberry is cultivating stubble ground leaving most of the crop residue on the surface to prevent wind erosion, Hillsboro (ND) September 1, 1965
00397-03              Frenier flood control dam, Tewaukon watershed. Permanent pool stocked with small mouth bass and bluegill, Sargent County SE of Rutland (ND) August 26, 1968
00397-04              Windbreak of Green Ash and Lilac protects soy bean crop, Traill County 5 miles east of Buxton (ND) July 8, 1970
00397-05              Pollution control measures on Maple River 3 ½ miles SW of Mapleton (ND) July 12, 1972
00397-06              Post Office, Oakes (ND)
00397-07              American Legion Hall, Oakes (ND)
00397-08              Community Hospital, Oakes (ND)
00397-09              Swimming Pool, Oakes (ND)
00397-10              School, Ellendale (ND)
00397-11              State Capitol, Bismarck (ND)
00397-12 – 15     Cabin interior, Medora (ND) 1890
00397-16 – 27     Cabin at Maltese Cross Ranch, Medora (ND)
00397-28              Peaceful Valley Ranch 1904
00397-20              Maltese Cross Ranch cabin
00397-30              Theodore Roosevelt Cabin on Capitol Grounds, Bismarck (ND)
00397-31              Cabin interior, Medora (ND) 1890
00397-32              Planting machine and uni carrier, Larimore (ND) May 20 1941
00397-33 – 36     Mutchler Grove tree planting from timber claim 1880-1882 near Northwood (ND) May 18, 1941
00397-37              Raymond Kuder windbreak planting, Barnes County (ND) 1939
00397-38              Theo Faust windbreak planting, NW of Valley City, Barnes County (ND) 1939
00397-39              Trainees outside Commanche Hall USDA Soil Conservation Service Training Center, Fort Robinson (NE) 1950s
00397-41              Soil Conservation Committee: Ellen V. Johnson, H. B. Addicott, H. C. Burdick, and Cyril W. Grace, ND State Normal School, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-42              Professor H. B. Addicott instructing a college class in conservation, ND State Normal School, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-43              Professor H. B. Addicott's conservation class assembling reference books to be used in their teaching in rural schools, ND State Normal School, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-44              Professor Hans Lee and his music class write conservation songs, ND State Normal School, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-45              Art class members emphasize soil, moisture and wild life conservation, ND State Normal School, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-46              Professor F. E. Weigle's class in English and Public Speaking develop discussions on conservation practices, ND State Normal School, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-47              Professor H.C. Burdick with a class of college graduates in the greenhouse studying the differences in growth of plants on eroded and virgin soils, ND State Normal School, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-48              Professor H. C. Burdick observing the effects of virgin and eroded soils on plant growth, ND State Normal School, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-49              David S. Calley discussing the characteristics and habits of native birds, ND State Normal School, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-50              Professor H. B. Addicott in charge of a field group of college students studying the effects of wind erosion, ND State Normal School, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-51 – 52     Professor H. C. Burdick in charge of a college field group studying conservation practices at a shelter best on the Elkens farm, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-53              Professor H. B. Addicott with a group of college students observing erosion control practices in use, ND State Normal School, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-54              Professor H. C. Burdick and H. B. Addicott with a group of rural school students observing the effects of wind erosion, ND State Normal School, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-55              Professors H. C. Burdick, H. B. Addicott, & Ellen V. Johnson, & Mrs. Myrtle Oien, county superintendent with a group of rural school children observing the effects of wind erosion, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-56 – 57     Tree planting demonstration near Lindaas Consolidated School, are John S. Thompson, R. L. Nelson, Palmer J. Washen, Thelma J. Johnston, Carl Rosevald, and S. M. Rosevald, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-58              A group of rural school children under the direction of H. B. Addicott, Ellen V. Johnson, and H. C. Burdick, observing erosion control practices used on farms near their schools, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-59 – 61     Rural school children under direction of Professor H. B. Addicott & Ellen V. Johnson, observing conservation practices in fields on nearby farms, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-62              As part of their study in wildlife conservation, rural school students instructed by graduates of the Normal School built many feeding shelters and birdhouses, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-63              With Professor Ellen V. Johnson of the Normal School participating, a demonstration in a rural school is being conducted showing the water-holding capacities of different kinds of soil, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-64              Rural school students instructed by a graduate of the Normal School studying soil types, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-65              Close-up view of two rural school children observing a demonstration on the water-holding capacity of different soil types, ND State Normal School, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-66              Differences in growth of bean plants in loam, clay and sand are observed and discussed by students in rural schools, ND State Normal School, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-67              Rural school students conducting a practical demonstration on the water-holding capacities of terraces, ND State Normal School, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-70 – 71     Art as taught to rural students by graduates of the Normal School is frequently expressed in the drawing and painting of farm practices for better land use, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-72              Mrs. Karen Johnson, a longtime resident in the community demonstrating to the students of Viking rural school, the spinning of wool, Mayville (ND) April 21, 1940
00397-73              Tree cultivating demonstration on over-the-row cultivator at the SCS Windbreak Workshop, Bismarck (ND) March 11, 1965
00397-74              Joseph Stoeckeler at a tree planting demonstration at the Windbreak Workshop, Bismarck (ND) March 11, 1965
00397-75              Equipment demonstration of a seedling digger at the SCS Windbreak Workshop,
Bismarck (ND) March 11, 1965
00397-76              Tree cultivation demonstration of over-the-row cultivator at the SCS Windbreak Workshop, Bismarck (ND) March 11, 1965
00397-77              Spring development by dynamite. 15 lbs. Dynamite used. Summer 1944. Fenced to exclude stock. 2" pipe, Bottineau (ND) July 21, 1945
00397-78              Miller Drain constructed approximately, erosion continued to advance until Township road was abandoned and moved west twice. Drain continues eroding and bank sluffing off, Traill County (ND) 1956
00397-79              Great Plains Agricultural Council Forestry Committee: Duane Greene, Paul Slabough, F. J.  Robert, E. J. George, Walter Pasicnyk, Howard M. Phipps, David D. Jones, John Zaylskie, Albert C. Clegg, and E. L. Worthington, Mandan (ND) July 14, 1960
00397-80              Farmer Joe Gadberry is cultivating stubble ground leaving most of the crop residue on the surface. Hillsboro (ND) September 1, 1965
00397-81              Over-the-row tree cultivator made from parts of regular cultivator and hay rake, Rolette (ND)
00397-82              Girls of Carrington High School know advantages of shelterbelts to their community, Carrington (ND) August 10, 1939
00397-83              Alternate wheat and fallow with fallow land basin-listed, south of Beach (ND) August 21, 1939
00397-84              Contour listing in Golden Valley County, south of Beach (ND) August 21, 1939
00397-85              Shocks of wheatgrass in a ½ section solid field near Dickinson (ND) August 22, 1939
00397-86 – 87     Contour strip cropping with alternate strips of corn and wheat in Slope County (ND) August 22, 1939
00397-88              Pump irrigation on Gerberg ranch, Slope County (ND) This irrigation water is pumped from the Little Missouri River August 22, 1939
00397-89 – 92     Cutting wheat 1969
00397-93              Sunflower field 1969
00397-96              Pump irrigation on Gerberg ranch, Slope County 1939

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