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Title: Roland Gorder

Dates: 1989

Collection Number: 00959

Quantity: 13 items

Abstract: Images of Petrified Log and two Petrified Stumps being set in place by the North Dakota National Guard on the North Dakota State Capitol Grounds walkway.

Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota received the collection from Roland Gorder in September 1992.

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Photographs Inventory
00959-0001                 Ray Oliger, photographers onlookers watch the placement of the 80-foot-long log (and two stumps) from the Amidon area that is 60 million years old on North Dakota Capitol grounds 1989. Also pictured: Johnathan Campbell, Dennis Neumann, Lonnie Bertsch, Ray Oliger, John Hoganson, and John Atwood.
00959-0002                 North Dakota National Guard transporting petrified log to North Dakota State Capitol grounds, Bismarck (ND) 1989                          
00959-0003                 Two pieces of the 80 foot long petrified log from the Amidon area are tied down to North Dakota National Guard Tactical truck to hold them for transport to the North Dakota Capitol grounds, Bismarck (ND) 1989.
00959-0004                 Two pieces of the 80 foot long petrified log from the Amidon area are tied down to North Dakota National Guard Tactical truck to hold them for transport to the North Dakota Capitol grounds, Bismarck (ND) 1989.
00959-0005                 Two North Dakota National Guard soldiers oversee lifting of petrified logs into their new location on the North Dakota State Capitol Grounds in Bismarck (ND) 1989.
00959-0006                 Two North Dakota National Guard soldiers direct the lowering of petrified logs into new places on the North Dakota State Capitol grounds. Once lowered the straps are removed and then attached to the next piece to be put into place 1989
00959-0007                 Onlookers and videographer observing final placement of petrified log Bismarck (ND) 1989. Also pictured: Johnathan Campbell, Dennis Neumann, Tom Stromme, Ray Oliger, and John Hoganson.
00959-0008                 Videographer photographing petrified log on North Dakota State Capitol grounds Bismarck (ND) 1989                                                       
00959-0009                 Onlookers and videographer observing final placement of petrified log on the North Dakota State Capitol grounds Bismarck (ND) 1989  
00959-0010                 Buck Worthington stands on top of 60 million years old petrified stump from Amidon region that has been placed near the arboretum trail on the North Dakota State Capitol grounds in Bismarck (ND) 1989.
00959-0011                 John Hoganson, Governor Arthur Link, "Buck" Worthington and Earl Campbell in front of Petrified Log near the arboretum trail on the North Dakota State Capitol grounds in Bismarck (ND) 1989.
00959-0012                 "Buck" Worthington walking behind the 80 foot long Metasequoia petrified log and stump from the Paleocen (about 57 million years ago) Sentinel Butte Formation in the Amidon region that has been placed near the arboretum trail on the North Dakota State Capitol grounds in Bismarck (ND) 1989.
00959-0013-01            Buck Worthington and Earle Campbell stand together next to one of the petrified stumps on North Dakota State Capitol Grounds, Bismarck (ND) 1989
00959-0013-02            Buck Worthington and Earle Campbell stand together next to one of the petrified stumps on North Dakota State Capitol Grounds, Bismarck (ND) 1989

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