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Title: State Library Commission

Dates: 1910-1968

Collection Number: 00783

Quantity: 488 items

Abstract: Images of libraries around North Dakota, bookmobiles, and State Library staff and activities.

Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota acquired this collection from the State Library.

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

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Access: This collection is open under the rules and regulations of the State Historical Society of North Dakota.

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PHOTOGRAPHS INVENTORY

00783-001            US Mail truck loading boxes at Liberty Memorial Building January 1961
00783-002 – 003 Front of Liberty Memorial Building
00783-004 – 010  Front of Liberty Memorial Building November 1960
00783-011            US Mail truck loading boxes at Liberty Memorial Building January 1961   
00783-012 – 013  Front of Liberty Memorial Building November 1960
00783-014            Mr. Dohn, Mr. Schatz, mailmen loading boxes at Liberty Memorial Building
00783-015 – 020 Front of Liberty Memorial Building         
00783-021            Legislative Reference Librarian I. A. Acker’s office December 1913
00783-022            Miss Peterson and Mrs. Budlong in the Educational Reference Department December 1913
00783-023            Miss MacPhee and Miss Smith in the Traveling Library Department December 1913
00783-024            Miss MacPhee, Mrs. Budlong, Miss Smith, Mr. Acker, and Miss Peterson in the Traveling Library Department December 1913
00783-025            Mrs. Budlong in the office of the Secretary of the Public Library Commission December 1913
00783-026            Library, Casselton (ND) October 1965
00783-027            Library, Harvey (ND) October 1965
00783-028            Library, Mayville (ND) October 1965
00783-029            Veterans Memorial Library, Bismarck (ND) October 1965
00783-030            City Hall and Library, Leeds (ND) October 1965
00783-031            Library, Grafton (ND) October 1965
00783-032            Library, Rugby (ND) October 1965
00783-033            Library, Cando (ND) October 1965
00783-034            Cavalier (ND) Public Library 1964
00783-035            Stutsman County Bookmobile makes its first run in North Dakota at Jamestown April 19, 1954
00783-036            Traveling library on better farming train from Public Library Commission 1910
00783-037            Mrs. Oliver in the Lisbon (ND) Public Library
00783-038            The Main Building, ND State School of Science, Wahpeton (ND)
00783-039            Library interior at NS State School of Science, Wahpeton (ND)
00783-040            Library, Leonard (ND)
00783-041            Mrs. C. A. Anderson in front of the Killdeer (ND) Library March 1954
00783-042            Library, Killdeer (ND)
00783-043            Children reading at Pony Gulch School No. 1, Wells County (ND)
00783-044            New addition at James Memorial Library, Williston (ND) September 28-30, 1961
00783-045            Librarian, Mrs. Russell, Carrington (ND) Library
00783-046 – 047 Interior, Carrington (ND) Library
00783-048            Valley City (ND) exterior
00783-049            Valley City (ND)                Public Library interior
00783-050 – 051 Public Library, Grand Forks (ND) 1907
00783-052            Library, Fargo (ND)
00783-053            Jamestown (ND) Public Library
00783-054 – 055 Grand Forks (ND) Public Library
00783-056            Grafton (ND) Public Library
00783-057 – 059 Interior Jamestown (ND) Library 1910
00783-060            Jamestown College construction “Library” above doorway October 1912
00783-061            Putnam Hall, North Dakota Agricultural College, Fargo (ND)
00783-062            Carnegie Library, Devils Lake (ND)
00783-063 – 064 Interior Carnegie Library, Devils Lake (ND)
00783-077            Public Library Commission exhibit at State Fair, Minot (ND) 1912
00783-079            Lawrence Welk promotional portrait ABC-TV 1956
00783-083            Public Library, Bismarck (ND). Photographer: Slorby Studio
00783-084            Rugby (ND) Book Fair November 4-5, 1959
00783-085            R. E. Elstrom, salesman, Mrs. Strand, Library Board Chair, and M. Bogdonovich, Manager Maplewood Book Co. at the Rugby Book Fair  1959
00783-086            People looking at books at the Rugby Book Fair 1959
00783-087            Agatha Jakubowsky by stacks of parcels
00783-088            US Mail truck loading boxes at Liberty Memorial Building January 1961
00783-089            Stacks of parcels in library
00783-090            Loading boxes of books for the mail January 1961
00783-092            Loading boxes of books for the mail January 1961
00783-093            US Mail truck loading boxes at Liberty Memorial Building January 1961
00783-094            Librarian at desk January 1961
00783-095 – 096 Librarians with stacks of parcels January 1961
00783-097            Parcels and mail bag outside Liberty Memorial Building January 1961
00783-098 – 101 Sakakawea statue on Capitol Grounds, Bismarck (ND) November 1960
00783-102 – 103 Librarians at desks January 1961
00783-104            Nativity scene January 1961
00783-108            Hazel Webster Byrnes and Delores Eissinger selecting books for the Traveling Libraries 1951
00783-109            Group by Bookmobile
00783-110            Mrs. Anna Bensch receives Honorary Life Membership from Mrs. Anna Lassey at NDLA Convention, Jamestown (ND) 1965
00783-111 – 113 Bookmobile September 1965
00783-114            NDLA Executive Committee, Jamestown (ND) 1965
00783-115            NDLA Convention, Jamestown (ND) 1965
00783-117            Mr. Lawrence Ringuette, worker at State Library Commission February 1961
00783-119            Librarians work at desk January 1961
00783-120            View of Rhame (ND) from a distance July 1961
00783-121            North Dakota Demonstration Bookmobile
00783-122            Enterprise School, Hettinger County (ND) group in Bookmobile April 1961
00783-123            North Dakota Demonstration Bookmobile
00783-124            Beach (ND) children visit Bookmobile November 1959
00783-125 – 126 Bookmobile
00783-127            Bookmobile in Dickinson State Teachers College parade October 1960
00783-128            Mrs. Andrew Williams, granddaughter of Theodore Roosevelt, and her husband at Medora during the opening of the Theodore Roosevelt National Memorial Park September 1959
00783-129            Bookmobile along the Custer Trail January 1961
00783-130            Bookmobile in the Badlands September 1959
00783-131            Harvest Day royalty, Marlene Bock of Amidon and Linda Austin of New England (ND) visit the Bookmobile in Hettinger County September 1960
00783-132            Packing mail sacks at Liberty Memorial Building January 1961
00783-134 – 214 Bookmobile
00783-215 – 216 Holiday Inn sign: Welcome Governors Conference on Libraries
00783-231            Norris Wilson, Tioga (ND) Superintendent of Schools October 14, 1968
00783-232            Susan Kresbach, Williston (ND) October 14, 1968
00783-233            Edna Reimche, Minot High School October 14, 1968
00783-235            Dan Kisse, Halliday (ND) October 25, 1968
00783-239            Ruth Ralph, Crosby; Geraldine Brosman Minot AFB; Everett Lester, Minot; Mrs. Lawrence Erickson, Minot; and Tom Nielson, Bowbells (ND) October 16, 1968
00783-244 – 245 Bookmobile at Edgeley 75th Jubilee parade June 19, 1962
00783-254            Dedication of Edgeley Public Library Annex April 28, 1963
00783-263            Putting out ‘Library Notes & News’ Spring 1956: Josephine Davenport, Clara Knoepfle, Hazel Webster Byrnes, Edna Gehring, Hildegard Kuchinsky, Dorothy Bigwood, Arlene Stocker, Winnifred Coyne, Sarah Kirsch, and Gabreilla Holkesvik
00783-264 – 265 Arlene Stocker 1951
00783-265            Hazel W. Byrnes and Arlene Stocker Spring 1956
00783-266            Mr. Turner Spring 1956
00783-267            Sara Kirsch and Winnifred Coyne
00783-268            Edna Gehring, Clara Knoepfle, Hazel Webster Byrnes, Dorothy Bigwood, Hildegard Kuchinsky, Sarah Kirsch, and Gabriella Holkesvik Spring 1956
00783-269            Hazel W. Byrnes and Arlene Stocker Spring 1956
00783-270            Winnifred Coyne, Hildegard Kuchinsky, and Gabriella Holkesvik Spring 1956
00783-271            Mr. Turner and Mrs. La Fleur Spring 1956
00783-271a         Group on Liberty Memorial Building steps Spring 1956: Mr. Turner, Josephine Davenport, Gabriella Holkesvik, Hazel Webster Byrnes, Edna Gehring, Lorraine La Fleur, Sarah Kirsch, Arlene Stocker, Winnifred Coyne, Dorothy Bigwood, Clara Knoepfle, and Hildegard Kuchinsky
00783-272            State Library Commission display at 4th Community Betterment Awards Day program, Williston (ND) November 23, 1964
00783-273 – 274 State Library Commission workshop, Capitol Hearing Room April 4, 1960
00783-275            Leslie Burgum, Attorney General; Hazel Webster Byrnes, State Library Commission Director; Eva Fogderud, Assistant Federal-State Library Project, Helen Luce, Library Extension Specialist, Washington (DC) at State Library Commission workshop Capitol Hearing Room April 4, 1960
00783-276 – 277 Mr. H. H. Joos, Chairman, Board of Administration; Hazel Webster Byrnes, and Leslie Burgum, State Library Commission workshop, Capitol Hearing Room April 4, 1960
00783-278            Arlene Stocker, Marshall Conner, Lorraine La Fleur, Marie Huber, Betty Sprynczynatyk, Winnifred Coyne, Eva Fogderud, Miss Knoll, Penelope Stevens, Margaret Stav, Gertrude Funston, Mrs. Marshall Conner, Josephine Davenport, Tillie Kom, Hazel Webster Byrnes, and Lawrence Ringette
00783-279            Children of John Eggle looking at a box of books from the State Library Commission February 1956
00783-280            Mrs. C. A. Anderson, Assistant at the Library Commission
00783-281            Alice Porter 1951
00783-282            Dorothy Bigwood  filing catalog cards 1951
00783-283            Julius Hanson preparing for the mail truck
00783-284 – 295 Students in a classroom looking at books from the State Library Commission
00783-296 – 316 Morton County Bookmobile 1960
00783-331            Incoming mail March 1961
00783-332 – 333 Duane Wobig and his antelope sticks at the Amidon burning coal mine July 1961
00783-334 – 335 Mr. and Mrs. Wilmar Wobig at the Amindon burning coal mine July 1961
00783-336            Bookmobile at Johnson Corner north of Manitou (ND) This is just a crossroad with the nearest farm 2 miles away. Patrons come 7-8 miles. 50-60 books are checked out regularly here.
00783-337            Patrons crowd inside Bookmobile November 1961
00783-338            Hazel Webster Byrnes
00783-339            Freda W. Hatten working at the Casselton (ND) Public Library
00783-340            Sam Oxner mailing packages at the Liberty Memorial Building 1964
00783-341            Mrs. Jennie Spiegelberg, Librarian at Beach (ND) Public Library April 17, 1959
00783-342            Interior New Salem (ND) Library
00783-343 – 344 Children in Primary room at Wano School #3, Edgeley (ND) reading State Library books
00783-345            Stutsman County Bookmobile makes its first run in North Dakota at Jamestown April 19, 1954
00783-346            Children selecting books from the Stutsman County Bookmobile, Jamestown (ND) 1954
00783-347            Children in a classroom reading books from the State Library
00783-348            Anna Bensch, City-County Librarian, and Teacher Mrs. Rau help children select books at Woodbury School #1 near Jamestown (ND) 1954
00783-349            Mail bags at Liberty Memorial Building
00783-350            Same as 00783-248
00783-351            Mrs. Ben Stuart, rural homemaker, and Sister Carita of Trinity Hospital visit with Anna Bensch, librarian, Jamestown (ND) 1954
00783-353            Martha Berg and Barbara Brown look through card catalog April 18, 1956
00783-354            Stack of mail at State Library
00783-355            National Library Week window display “Reading is the Key,” Enderlin (ND) July 1964
00783-356 – 362 Ellendale (ND) State Teachers College book exhibit March 1964
00783-364            Carrington (ND) Public Library 1964
00783-365            Hazel Webster Byrnes outside the Mandan (ND) Public Library 1964
00783-368 – 370 Mandan (ND) Library open house 1964
00783-371 – 372 Pembina Public Library in City Council Room 1964
00783-374 – 376 Opening of Garrison (ND) Library 1964
00783-377            Bookmobile
00783-378 – 380 Tribal Training Center dedication, Bismarck (ND) September 1964
00783-381 – 385 Kansas Title Program, Kansas City (KS) 1968
00783-386            Governors Commission on the Handicapped, Bismarck (ND) 1968
00783-387 Tribal Training Center dedication, Bismarck (ND) September 1969
00783-388 – 389 Governors Commission on the Handicapped, Bismarck (ND) 1968
00783-390            Senator Edwin C. Becker, Willow City (ND) and Representative Oscar Solberg, Mylo (ND) at Region 3 meeting, Towner (ND)
00783-391            Region 1 meeting, Stanley October 14, 1968
00783-392            Leslie Burgum, Hazel W. Byrnes, Eva Fogderud, and Helen Lure at State Library Commission workshop April 4, 1960
00783-395            Bookmobile serving Mercer and McLean counties (ND)
00783-397            Bookmobile serving Mercer and McLean counties (ND)
00783-398            Lorraine La Fleur, Head Traveling Library Department
00783-399            Josephine Davenport preparing mail at Liberty Memorial Building 1961
00783-400            Mail ready for truck at Liberty Memorial Building 1961
00783-401            Claudet Kurtz, one of the Play Day organizers June 1964
00783-402            Read aloud group in Annex led by Clair Hall June 1964
00783-405            Pony Express meets Bookmobile, Beach (ND)  July 20, 1960
00783-406            Mrs. Helen Luce from Washington (DC) 1961
00783-407            Miss Marie Huber 1961
00783-408 – 409 Mail truck backed up to State Library chute 1961
00783-410 – 411 Mr. L. Ringuett, worker with Traveling Library 1961
00783-412            Mrs. Byrnes and her secretary 1961
00783-413            Mrs. Gertrude Funston at State Library 1961
00783-414            Marie Huber and Eva Fogderud 1961
00783-415            Gertrude Funston at State Library 1961
00783-416            Eva Fogderud 1961
00783-418            Mrs. Elizabeth Roberts, Bonita Ensign and Bonnie Buckman visit the Bookmobile at the Bowman celebration
00783-423            Group on horseback visit Bookmobile
00783-425            Children in line for Ward County Bookmobile at Foxholm School
00783-426            State Library mailing staff: Ella Holkesvik, Edna Gehring,Winnifred Coyne, and Sarah Kirsch
00783-427            Bookmobile at Newtown (ND)
00783-428            Bookmobile in Badlands
00783-429            Boxes for mailing
00783-435            Bookmobile
00783-436            Hebron School children visit bookmobile 1959
00783-437            Lillian Cook with large turtle
00783-438            State Library picnic on lawn of Roosevelt Cabin, Capitol Grounds 1956
00783-439            Dorothy Bigwood and Winnifred Coyne at State Library picnic 1956
00783-440            Lorraine La Fleur, Hazel Byrnes, Mrs. Holesvik, and Julius Hanson get Traveling Libraries ready for shipment
00783-441            Valley City High School students prepare library bulletin board for Book Week
00783-442            Book trees at Broken Bone School #3, Pleasant Lake (ND)
00783-443            Bookmobile
00783-445            Bookmobile
00783-446            Oakes (ND) Public School Library
00783-447            Sally Shepperson, Queen of American College Rodeo Association at Bookmobile 1960
00783-449            Bookmobile
00783-450 – 451 Demonstration Bookmobile at Dickinson State Teachers College October 1960
00783-452            Bookmobile at US Customs, Portal (ND) December 1960
00783-453            Bookmobile at Canadian Customs, North Portal, Saskatchewan December 1960
00783-454            Collecting mail at State Library September 19, 1958
00783-455            Claude Brown, Howard Hardy, Brooks Keogh, Mrs. Stav, Howard Gordon at State Library
00783-456 – 457 Farm library, Extension School, Mandan (ND) February 1912
00783-458            Man driving horse cart with sign: “The First Rural Library Service” followed by Bookmobile
00783-459            Group inside Bookmobile
00783-461            Checking out books in the Bookmobile, Lunds Valley (ND)
00783-464            Children in line for Ward County Bookmobile at Foxholm School
00783-465            Frank, Virgil, and Yvonne Chase at Bookmobile, Newtown (ND)
00783-466            Children in line for Ward County Bookmobile at Foxholm School
00783-468            Bookmobile September 1959
00783-469 – 472 Williams, McKenzie & Mountrail Counties Bookmobile
00783-473            Inside Williams, McKenzie & Mountrail Counties Bookmobile
00783-474            Clarence Poling, Hazel Byrnes, and Judge Eugene Burdick in front of Williams, McKenzie & Mountrail Counties Bookmobile 1957
00783-475            Hazel Byrnes, Florence Kearnes, Mrs. Harold Weyrouch, Mrs. Arthur Opsal, Anne Lassey, Mrs. Lester Larson, and Clarence Poling at Williams, McKenzie & Mountrail Counties Bookmobile 1957
00783-476            Florence Kearnes, Jeanette Taasevigen, Paul Frederick, and Marguerite Kleven at Williams, McKenzie & Mountrail Counties Bookmobile 1957
0073-477              Mrs. Lester Larson, Anne Lassey, Mrs. Arthur Opsal, and Mrs. Harold Weyrouch in front of Williams, McKenzie & Mountrail Counties Bookmobile 1957
00783-478 – 480 Williams, McKenzie & Mountrail Counties Bookmobile 1957
00783-481 – 482                Alvin Rants and Mr. Schatz loading the mail truck at the State Library 1956
00783-483            Winnifred Coyne, Ella Holkesvik, and Sarah Kirsch 1956
00783-484            Alice Porter and Winnifred Coyne packing books 1951
00783-485            Sarah Kirsch and Gabriella Holkesvik stacking boxes of books 1956
00783-486            Mr. Schatz and Mr. Dohn loading US Mail truck at Liberty Memorial Building 1956
00783-487            Ordinary day’s worth of mail – over 1500 pieces of books, letters, boxes
00783-488            Gabriella Holkesvik and Elaine Metzger handle incoming mail 1951

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