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Title: Paul Ewald

Dates: 1905-1980

Collection Number:   10148

Quantity:   11 feet + oversize

Abstract:
Correspondence, printed material, subject files, reports, studies, photographs, slides, and notes relating to Indians, archeology, administration of the State Historical Society of North Dakota, historic sites, natural history, research, and personal and business affairs. Collection includes the diary and transcript of Joe Flying Eagle, 1913-1959. Among the 12,547 photographic slides, prints and negatives in the collection are copies of work by photographers such as Frances Densmore, L. A. Huffman, Gilbert L. Wilson, Edward S. Curtis and Ernst Steinbrueck which were used at the Three Affiliated Tribes Museum. The vast majority of the images in the collection are slides created by Ewald.

Provenance: The Paul Ewald Papers were donated to the State Historical Society of North Dakota by his brother Carl Ewald in April 1982.

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

Copyrights:
Copyrights to 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 or 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 all bibliographic references.

Transfer:
Photographs have been transferred to the Photograph Collection 00086. Archaeological site files were transferred to Archaeology and Historic Preservation Division. Files involving the State Historical Society of North Dakota Board were transferred to state agency series 30206.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH


Paul Ewald was born to Theophil and Karolina Luise Herzog Ewald on September 21, 1911 in Hebron, ND. His mother was born July 9, 1880 in Neustadt Germany. She received her education in Germany, finishing at Heidelberg University where her father, Carl Herzog was professor of languages. She was married to Theo Ewald in Germany and moved to Hebron in 1904. Paul was the oldest of four children, having two brothers, Carl and Philip, and one sister, Esther. He attended high school in Hebron and went on to Dickinson State College and the University of Minnesota. He worked for the Occident Elevator Co. in Almont, New Salem and later as manager in Bismarck. He was mayor of New Salem. He worked for Knife River Coal Co. in Bismarck and Mutual Service Insurance Co., St. Paul.

Ewald served as President of the State Historical Society Board from 1963-1965 when State Parks and the State Historical Society were one agency. He was involved in the early stages of state acquisition of various historic sites and worked with the National Park Service on the establishment of the Knife River Indian Villages and Fort Union as national parks. Ewald chaired various subcommittees of the State Historical Society Board including the North Dakota Archaeological Board, 1964-1966, the State Legislative Committee and the Museum Committee. He was appointed by Governor William L. Guy as Chairman of the North Dakota Lewis and Clark Trail Commission and was a member of the National Lewis and Clark Trail Commission.

He was an avid collector of information on Native American culture, language, stories, artifacts and historic sites. He photographed thousands of artifacts and sites and these images are in Photo Collection 00086 along with portraits of Native Americans that he identified with the assistance of members of the Three Affiliated Tribes.

Ewald was a driving force in raising awareness of the need to protect archaeological sites and in developing policy for site protection. He worked closely with archaeologists and historians from the Smithsonian, National Park Service, and many universities and state historical societies across the country.

He served eight years as a city planner for New Town in the 1970s. In 1975 he was one of the first recipients of the national Peace Pipe Award for outstanding service to the American Indian presented by the Economic Development Association.

Ewald was honored in the 1950s for his efforts toward establishment of Camp Sakakawea Girl Scout camp.

On June 18, 1938, Ewald was married to Leda Christianson of Almont. They had a daughter, Karolyn, and a son Gerome F. “Bud” Ewald. Leda died in 1951. Bud died in 1962 while serving in the Marine Corps.
Paul Ewald died April 6, 1982 in Bismarck.

BOX / FOLDER INVENTORY

Series One: Correspondence
Box 1:

1 Adamson, Lee 1962-1965
2 Antiquities Law 1960-1970
3 Baker, Howard 1963-1973
4 Black, Glenn A. 1944-1963
5 Bowers, Alfred  1964-1978
6 Brew, J. O. 1964-1966
7 Buffalo Trails Museum 1968-1969
8 Burdick, Quentin N. 1966-1976
9 Connolly, James B.  1959-1979
10 Cory, Bob 1967-1969
11 Crow Flies High, Rose 1975-1978
12 Cutright, Paul 1968-1969
13 Davis, John E. 1956-1968
14 Dollar, Clyde and J. S. Harrington 1966-1967
15 Driver, Alfred 1969
16 Economic Development – Three Affiliated Tribes 1968-1979
17 Eide, Ingvard Henry   1966-1970
18 Engel, Austin 1968-1969
19 Ewald, Gerome F. “Bud” 1956-1965
20 Ewald, Karolyn 1961-1962
21 Ewers, John C. 1972-1973
22 Fenstermaker, Gerald 1971
23 Fisher, Sherry R. 1965-1967
24 Flying Eagle, Joe 1935-1954
25 Guy, William L. 1963-1969
26 Hamlin, Vincent T. 1956
27 Harder, Duane 1969-1974
28 Hawley, James T. 1966-1967
29 Heritage Commission 1963-1964
30 Highway Corridor 1967
31 Hjelle, Walter 1964-1970
32 Jacobson, Rod 1968-1970
33 Joslyn Art Museum  1963-1976
34 Jaeger, Joseph 1967
35 Kyl, John 1954-1967
36 Lakoduk, Fred R. 1966-1969
37 Leonard, Kenneth O. 1962-1971
38 Little Crow, John 1951, 1956
39 Little Soldier, August 1968-1969
40 Mateer, Curtis B. 1965-1967
41 Mattes, Merrill J. 1965-1970
42 Minnesota Historical Society 1962-1964
43 Olson, Gordon 1967-1968
44 Quackenbush, Helen 1958-1963
45 Reinhardt, Jerry 1963-1967
46 Robinson, Sheila 1969-1975
47 Schafer, Harold 1962-1967
48 Smithsonian 1946-1968                          
49 State Historical Society of North Dakota Archaeological Board 1964-1966
50 Stevenson, Robert L. 1965-1969                          
51 Stuart, Russ 1968-1969
52 Tanner, Ray 1968-1975
53 Taylor, Colin  1969-1977
54 Turpin, Babette 1957-1963
55 Woolworth, Alan R.   1953-1966
56 Young, Milton 1959-1970
57 Correspondence, Misc.  1955-1975

Series Two: Subject Files
Box 2:

1 Antiquities Law – articles 1964-1965
2 Antiquities Law – legislation 1964-1967
3 Archaeology – articles 1957-1975
4 Axe – espontoon 1968
5 Bad Gun 1967, n.d.
6 Benton, Thomas Hart 1966-1972, n.d.
7 Big White Village 1978
8 Bulls Eye – Family History Card n.d.
9 Charbonneau, Baptiste – articles 1970
10 Chase, Frank 1905, 1979
11 Coffrin’s Old West Gallery – letter 1973
12 Collection, Indian (sale of) – correspondence, lists 1962
13. Collection, Indian – Pricing 1962
14 Crow Flies High – news clippings, correspondence, articles 1931-1978
15 Custer 1948-1965
16 Dinosaur – correspondence, news clippings, Geological Survey circulars 1953-1965
17 Double Ditch – news clipping, two interpretive signs  1978
18 Driver Family 1971-1977
19 Eagle Nose Butte – letters, photos, negatives, transparencies 1966-1967
20 Earth Lodges – correspondence, drawings 1974
21 Fishhook – key to Martin Bears Arms Painting, photos news clippings, Plains Anthropologist article 1954-1972
22 Garrison Dam Spillway – photo, news clipping, map   1963
23 Genealogies – Mandan n.d.
24 Grinnell, Mattie  1969-1975
25 Grinnell, Mattie (cont)
26 Highway Salvage 1959-1967
27 Huff Site 1959
28 Indian Information, General
29 Indians, Misc.
30. Knife River Villages   1971-1981
31 Leavenworth – Sully 1962
32 Mandan Ark – Lone Man Shrine - correspondence, photos 1964-1971
33 Mandan Medicine Bundle – inventory by J. H. Howard n.d.
34 Mannhaven 1978-1979
35 Manuel Lisa Site – correspondence, maps, photos 1966-1971
36 Maximilian and Bodmer 1966-1979
37 Medals – correspondence, publications 1961-1968

Box 3:
1 Mounds 1964
2 North Dakota Trading Posts 1964
3 Pioneers, Frontier 1976, n.d.
4 Pipes, Medicine 1976, n.d.
5 Place Names, etc. 1967-1968  
6 Plains Conference        1964
7  Powerhouse Salvage                 1968
8 Rock Haven – news clipping 1967
9 Sakakawea 1965-1978
10. Sakakawea Bridge – letters, legislation 1970-1973
11 Lake Sakakawea Association 1969
12 Scouting – Great Plains Area Council  1971-1972
13 Sequoia Stumps 1970-1975
14 Sitting Crow 1975, n.d.
15 Speeches 1963-1968
16 Star Village – drawing, list of residents in 1863
17 State Historical Society of North Dakota By-Laws 1963
18 State Historical Society of North Dakota Legislation n.d.
19 Steamboats  1927-1976
20 Stone, John Sr. (Medicine Stone) 1974-1975
21 Strong Jaw Village – letter, news clippings, photos 1975
22 Three Tribes Museum Articles of Incorporation 1962-1971     
23  Three Tribes Museum Cases, etc.      1969-1975
24 Three Tribes Museum Correspondence 1968-1975
25 Three Tribes Museum Financial Statements 1970-1975
26 Three Tribes Museum List of Veterans 1968
27 Three Tribes Museum Minutes 1968-1975
28 Three Tribes Museum Misc. 1967-1975
29 Three Tribes Museum Misc. 1956-1967
30 Three Tribes Museum Remodel 1970
31 Waterbuster Bundle – letter, article, photo, news clipping 1960-1972
32 Wheeler-Howard Indian Act of 1934
33 White Earth Creek Site – article 1968
34 Whitman, Carl, Executive Director of United Tribes of ND 1972
35 Wilde Indian Bundle – correspondence 1966-1967

Lewis and Clark Trail
36 Adair, Paul – Kansas 1966-1968
37 David Brinkley’s Journal – Lewis and Clark Documentary 1964
38 Ding Darling Foundation 1963-1964
39 Great River Road 1964-1967
40 Homer-Decatur, Nebraska – National Park Site 1967
41 Lewis and Clark articles, brochures 1955-1966, n.d.
42 Lewis and Clark Bureau of Outdoor Recreation Report 1964-1965
43 Lewis and Clark Motion Picture 1965
44 Lewis and Clark Trail Commission 1963-1966
45 Lewis and Clark Trail Commission 1967-1976
46 Lewis and Clark Trail Commission Membership 1964-1966

Box 4:
1 Lewis and Clark Trail Commission Minutes 1962-1968
2 Lewis and Clark Trail Commission – North Dakota Reports 1965-1968
3 Lewis and Clark Trail Commission Reports 1966
4 Lewis and Clark Trail Commission Signage 1967
5 Lewis and Clark Trail Council By-laws 1970-1975
6 Lewis and Clark Trail Council Correspondence 1964-1977
7 Lewis and Clark Trail Council Minutes 1966-1974
8 Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation1975-1980
9 Lewis and Clark Trail Publicity1963-1969
10 Old West Trail 1965-1966                        
11 Sakakawea 1963-1965
12 U.S.S. Lewis and Clark Nuclear Submarine 1967-1968
13 Garrison Dam Additional Recreation Facilities 1963
14 North Dakota Garrison-Oahe Inter Agency Council  1963-1979
15 Yellowstone-Missouri Confluence Commission 1960-1967

Three Affiliated Tribes
16 Community Action Program New Town Audit Report 1966-1967
17 Audit Report Three Affiliated Tribes Project No. 06-1-00676.1 and 05-1-00676.1 1972
18 Audit Reports Three Affiliated Tribes, Inc.  Industrial Development Division 1973-1974
19 Audit Report Three Affiliated Tribes Project No. 05-01-0677.2 1974
20 Audit Reports Fort Berthold Utilities Commission 1973-1974
21 Audit Reports Four Bears Motor Lodge 1973
22 Progress Report: Economic Development Division of the Three Affiliated Tribes, Inc. 1968-1969
23 Annual Report of the Industrial Development Commission – Three Affiliated Tribes, 1973
24 Industrial Development Commission Agendas 1972-1973
25 Community Action Project (CAP) applications, budget, misc. 1969, n.d.
26 CAP Community Action Agency Basic Information 1965, 1969, n.d.
27 CAP Correspondence 1968-1971
28 CAP Progress Report 1970-1971
29 Community Development Block Grant – New Town   1976-1978
30 Community Development Block Grant – Stanley 1978

Box 5:
1 Application for Neighborhood Facilities Grant Part I & II Three Affiliated Tribes Binder #1 1971
2 Application for Neighborhood Facilities Grant Part I & II Three Affiliated Tribes Binder #2 1971
3 Application for Neighborhood Facilities Grant Part I & II Three Affiliated Tribes Binder #3 1971
4 Application for Neighborhood Facilities Grant Part I & II White Shields 1969
5 Fort Berthold Reservation Primitive Camp and Park Area 1972
6 Operation of the 4 Bears Motor Lodge and Recreation Park A Management and Training Proposal March 1975
7 A Proposal to Perform an Economic Feasibility and Planning Study for the Fort Berthold Tribal Council of a Power Generation Project April 1971
8 “Relocation and Social Organization on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, North Dakota,” by James Baltaxe 1967
9 Investment Opportunities on the Fort Berthold Reservation N. Dakota
10 Final Report Training and Management Services Contracts 4 Bears Motor Lodge 1975
11 “A Few Suggestions for Community Development,” by Frank X. Morin n.d.
12 Fort Berthold History and Short History of Fort Berthold by Ralph M. Shane July 1956 photocopies
13 Specifications and Scope for Nine Hole Golf Course Construction New Town, North Dakota 1978
14 Arikara articles Melvin Gilmore 1925-1931
15 Mandan Hidatsa 1965, n.d.
16 Mandan Genealogy c. 1875
17 Research File Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara n.d.
18 “North Dakota Rocks and Minerals,” by Gordon L. Bell, 1967
19 Quarterly Progress Report National Park Service Activities with the Cooperation of the Smithsonian Institution (Missouri Basin Archaeological Studies) July-Sept. 1964
20 Mantani: A History of Mandan and Morton County 1738-1964
21 A Record of Interments at the Fort Buford Dakota Territory Post Cemetery 1866-1895 1971
22 Bob Cory Tumbling Around the Prairies columns 1963-1979

Box 6:
1 Karolyn Ewald D.A.R. Good Citizen Award 1957
2 Karolyn Ewald Girl Scouts
3 Karolyn Ewald Girls State 1956
4 Karolyn Ewald Order of the Rainbow 1953-1957
5 Karolyn Ewald School 1951-1958
6 Karolyn Ewald Correspondence 1954-1961
7 Karolyn Ewald Correspondence 1962
8 Karolyn and Eddie Fisher Correspondence 1963-1968
9 Bud Ewald Boy Scouts 1951, 1953
10 Bud Ewald Boys State 1956
11 Bud Ewald Correspondence 1955-1961
12 Bud Ewald Correspondence 1963
13 Bud Ewald Marines 1959-1961
14 Bud Ewald School 1952-1958
15 Scrapbook Clippings 1948-1960
16 Scrapbook Clippings 1961-1963
17 Scrapbook Clippings 1964-1965
18 Scrapbook Clippings 1966-1968
19 Scrapbook Clippings 1969-1972
20 Scrapbook Clippings 1973-1975
21 Scrapbook Clippings 1976-1979

Box 7: Joe Flying Eagle Diaries
1 Three page typescript, 9 August-13 September, 1913. How.., original also covers 1914
2 Original diary-typescripts cover period 1 January 1915 to 10 August 1917
3 Original diary-typescript covers 1 January 1919 to January 1920.
4 Original diary-typescript covers 1 January 1920 to 22 January 1921.
5 Original diary-typescript covers 1 January 1923 to 31 December 1923.
6 Original diary-early entries not in order-Date range 2 Jan. 1924 to 20 March 1929. Main typescript begins on page 3 and runs 23 August 1926 to 26 August 1927.
7 Original diary-no typescript. Diary runs 1 April 1929 to 31 December 1932.
8 Original diary-no typescript. Diary runs 1 January 1933 to 8 July 1935. Pages from 29 November 1933 to 24 April 1934 missing.
9 Original diary-typescript covers 1 January 1936 to 2 January 1937.
10 Original diary-typescript covers 1 January 1938 to 31 January 1939.
11 Original diary-typescript covers 7 January 1941 to 31 December 1941.
12 Original diary-typescript covers 1 January 1942 to13 January 1943.
13 Original diary-typescript covers 1 January 1943 to 29 February 1944.
14 Original diary-typescript covers 1 March 1944 to 19 March 1945.
15 Original diary-typescript covers 20 March 1945 to 28 February 1946.
16 Two original diaries-typescript covers 1 March 1946 to 1 June 1947.
17 Original diary-typescript covers 2 June 1947 to 31 December 1947.
18 No original-typescript covers 1 January to 31 December 1948.
19 Original diary for 1948-49-typescript covers 1 January to 31 December 1949.
20 2 original diaries-typescript covers 1 January to 30 December 1950.
21 Original diary and 1 loose page-typescript covers 1 January to 31 December 1951.
22 Original diary-no typescript-1952.
23 Original diary for 1952-typescript runs January to 25 July 1954 with several blank pages.
24 Original diary for 1955-no typescript.
25 Original diary covering 21 April-24 September 1959-no typescript.
26 [Folder title: " J. F. Eagle-misc."] Misc. fragments of diaries.

Reel-to-reel tape: Bill McCombs on Just farm
The Lewis and Clark Trail: A Proposal for Development, U.S. Dept. of the Interior

Series Three: Photographic Material

Slides
Box 8: Slides: 10148-00001 – 10148-11645 (see inventory below)
Box 9: Slides: 10148-11646 – 10148-12255

Prints
Box 10: From slides: 10148-00087, 00088, 01217, 01219, 01220, 02010, 02254, 02102, 02294, 02465, 02876, 09666, 10665, 10505, 10810, 10918, 11167, 11625, and 10148-12256-12316
Box 11: 10148-12317 – 12343
Box 12: 10148-12344 – 12435
Box 13: 10148-12438 – 12498, 10148-12540 – 12542

Negatives
Box 14: 35mm: 10148-12499 – 12539
Box 15: 5x7 and smaller: 10148-12258, 12260, 12269, 12270, 12277-12280, 12367-12376, 12445, 12448, 12455, 12466, 12543-12547

Loose:
Reel-to-reel tape: Bill McCombs on Just farm
The Lewis and Clark Trail: A Proposal for Development, U.S. Dept. of the Interior 

PHOTOGRAPHS INVENTORY
10148-00001: 1944
10148-00002: 26 follows #4, 1944
10148-00003 - 00005: 1944
10148-00006: 30 ahead of #18, n.d.
10148-00007: 1944
10148-00008 - 00011: 1946
10148-00012: 1945
10148-00013 - 00013: 1946
10148-00015: 29 follows #14, n.d.
10148-00016 - 00017: 1946
10148-00018 - 00026: n.d.
10148-00027 - 00028: 1946
10148-00029: see 10148-00015
10148-00030: 1946
10148-00031: 1947
10148-00032 – 00044: n.d.
10148-00045: 1947
10148-00046: 1946
10148-00047 – 00049: 1948
10148-00050: Baldhill Dam, 1948 
10148-00051 – 00052: 1948
10148-00054: Christmas, 1948
10148-00056 – 00062: n.d.
10148-00063: Black Hills, 1948
10148-00064 – 00064: n.d.
10148-00065: Black Hills, 1948
10148-00068 – 00076: n.d.
10148-00077: Black Hills, 1948
10148-00078 – 00079: 1948
10148-00080 – 00082: Reservation, 1948
10148-00090: Mae and I, 1948
10148-00091: Elbowwoods, 1948
10148-00092: Saddle Butte & Little Missouri, 1978
10148-00093 – 00097: Will Fire, 1948
10148-00098: Reservation, 1948
10148-00099: J Eagle, 1948
10148-00100: Island Lake, n.d.
10148-00106 (2): Bud’s Room, n.d.
10148-00101 – 00126: Minnesota, 1948
10148-00127: Valhalla, 1948
10148-00128: Hawk, Butte, July 1948
10148-00131 – 00139: 1948
10148-00140: Kiwanis, 1948
10148-00142 – 00146: Fort Yates, 1948
10148-00148: Carl, South Bismarck, 1948
10148-00150: 1948
10148-00151: n.d.
10148-00152: South Bismarck, 1948
10148-00153 – 00157: n.d.
10148-00154: Reser., 1948
10148-00159: n.d.
10148-00161: Valley City park, June 1948
10148-00162: n.d.
10148-00163: Valley City, June 1948
10148-00164 – 00169: May 30, 1948
10148-00170 – 00177: n.d.
10148-00178: Fort Clark Cemetery, 1948
10148-00179 – 00182: n.d.
10148-00183 – 00189: May 30, 1948
10148-00190 – 00191: Reservation, 1948
10148-00192 - 00195: Summer, 1948
10148-00196 – 00197: n.d.
10148-00200: Leick, 1949
10148-00201 – 00204: 1948
10148-00205 – 00207: Spring, 1948
10148-00208 – 00209: 1948
10148-00210: Leick, 1948
10148-00211 – 00219: Valley City Picnic, 1948                   
10148-00220: 1948
10148-00221: Valley City Picnic, 1948
10148-00222: Crystal Springs Fountain, 1948
10148-00223 – 00224: Valley City, 1948
10148-00227 – 00229: 1948
10148-00230 – 00250: Black Hills, 1948      
10148-00258: Christmas, 1948
10148-00259 – 00266: Carl Wedding, 1948
10148-00267 – 00270: Fire, 1948
10148-00271 – 00280: 1948
10148-00281: Berry Hudson, 1948
10148-00282 – 00286: Valley City, 1948
10148-00287 – 00291: Mandan Village, Fall, 1948
10148-00292: Reddy Gire?, 1948
10148-00293 – 00300: Thanksgiving, 1948
10148-00301 – 00309: 1948
10148-00310 – 00314: Christmas, 1948
10148-00315 – 00320: 1948
10148-00321 – 00330: Christmas, 1948
10148-00331 – 00339: missing
10148-00340 – 00350: Valley City Christmas, 1948
10148-00351 – 00358: Meal with Mom in Valley City, December 1948
10148-00359 – 00366: Skating, January 6, 1949
10148-00367 – 00400: January 1949
10148-00401 – 00404: January 1949
10148-00405 – 00407: Capitol, January 1949
10148-00408 – 00420: Morris, Sandra etc., January 1949
10148-00421 – 00426: Lauren, January 1949
10148-00427 – 00431: 1949
10148-00432: Carolyn, 1949
10148-00433 – 00450: Birthday, March 1949
10148-00451 – 00456: Hayride, 1949
10148-00457 – 00465: Missouri River Flood, 1949
10148-00466: (Ewald number 471), Leila, 1949
10148-00467 – 00469: Flowers in yard, 1949
10148-00470: Leila, 1949
10148-00471 – 00476: Viv Graduation, May 1949
10148-00477 – 00482: 1949
10148-00483 – 00486: Thanksgiving, 1949
10148-00487 – 00489: Christmas, 1949
10148-00490 – 00493: Thanksgiving, 1949
10148-00494: Medina, ND, 1949
10148-00495 – 00496: Slant, 1949
10148-00497 – 00498: 1949
10148-00499: May 1949
10148-00500: Museum diorama, 1949
10148-00502 – 00508: Minnesota, 1949
10148-00509 – 00513: Island Lake, Minnesota, 1949
10148-00514: Beaver Creek, 1949
10148-00515 – 00517: 1949
10148-00518: Saga? Woman, 1949
10148-00519 – 00522: July 1949
10148-00523 – 00530: Rev. Mueller, 1949
10148-00531 – 00542 Jstn? Picnic, 1949
10148-00543 – 00550: Black Hills, SD, 1949
10148-00551 – 00600: Black Hills, Deadwood, SD, 1949
10148-00601 – 00650: 1949  
10148-00651 – 00800: Southwest United States, 1949
10148-00801 – 00900: Montana, Utah, Wyoming, and Yellowstone National Park, 1949-1950
10148-00901 – 01000: Montana, Glacier National Park, Waterton Lakes National Park, Canada, 1950
10148-01001 – 01100: Alberta, Canada, 1950
10148-01101 – 01150: British Columbia, Canada, West Yellowstone, 1950
10148-01151 –01181: Canada, 1950
10148-01182 – 01200: Reservation, 1950
10148-01201 – 001207: June 1950
10148-01208: Joe Flying Eagle, June 1950
10148-01209 – 01210: 1950
10148-01211: September 1950
10148-01212 – 01215: 1950
10148-01216: Reservation, 1950
10148-01222: Shell Creek, June 1950
10148-01225: 1950
10148-01230: 1950
10148-01232: 1950
10148-01233: French Gratitude Train, 1950
10148-01234 – 01237: 1950
10148-01239 – 01242: Bud on floor, December 1950
10148-01243 – 01244: n.d.
10148-01245 – 01247: KK on floor, 1950
10148-01248 – 01250: Reid Rock, 1950
10148-01251 – 01252: Man on horse, n.d.
10148-01253 – 01260: Train derailment, Ludlow, SD, 1950
10148-01261 – 01272: Mueller, Heart, Mandan, September 4, 1950
10148-01273 – 01275: n.d.
10148-01276: Hebron, ND, 1950
10148-01277 – 01283: n.d.
10148-01284 – 01287: Shriners, 1950
10148-01288 -  01281: Winter Count, 1951?
10148-01282: Winter Count, 1948?
10148-01293: n.d.
10148-01294: Paul Bunyan, Bemidji, MN, 1950
10148-01295: Valley City, 1950
10148-01296 – 01301: Minnesota, 1950
10148-01302 – 01307: Interior, September 1950
10148-01308 – 01315: Christmas, 1950        
10148-01316 – 01327: Carol, 1950
10148-01328: Puppy, 1950
10148-01329: Snow, April 1950
10148-1330 – 01374: New Salem, 1950
10148-01375 – 01386: 1950
10148-01387: Patterson Hotel, 1950
10148-01388 – 01400: 1950
10148-01401 – 01450: Thanksgiving, Christmas, and News Years, 1950
10148-01451 – 01483: Family pictures, January – May 1951
10148-01506 – 01509: May 1951
10148-01513 – 01523: Reservation, June 1951
10148-01524 – 01544: Funeral, April 1951
10148-01547 -  01549: Reservation, 1951
10148-01550: Horses and wagon floating across river, n.d.
10148-01552 – 01560: July 1951
10148-01573 – 01600: Western ND, cemetery, September 1951
10148-01601 – 01627: August 1951
10148-01637 – 01664: Thanksgiving and Christmas, 1951
10148-01665 – 01672: Girl Scouts, 1951
10148-01673 – 10148-01750: South Dakota, 1952
10148-01751 – 001754: 1952
10148-01755 – 01759: Mine, 1952
10148-01760 – 01764: Ferry to mine, 1952
10148-01765 – 01772: Missouri River flood, 1952
10148-01773 – 01800: 1952
10148-01801 – 01860: Reservation, May 1952
10148-01861 – 01866: Geese, 1952
10148-01963 – 01966: Reservation, n.d.
10148-01867 – 01879: Christmas, December 1952
10148-01880 – 01888: Gay 90 party and Bud’s birthday, 1952
10148-01889 – 01890: Deer at On-A-Slant Village, 1952    
10148-01894 – 01896: Marmarth, 1952
10148-01897 – 01898: Parade, 1952
10148-01899 – 01900:McCullouch, December 1953
10148-01901 – 01923: Christmas, December 1953
10148-01924 – 01935: Bismarck Shriners parade, October 1953
10148-01936: Kids at C. Heart, September 1953
10148-01941: Dinner at McCullouch, December 1953
10148-01944: Reservation, n.d.
10148-01945: Medicine Stone, 1953
10148-01948: Reservation, n.d.
10148-01961 – 01962: Parade, Bismarck, 1953
10148-01965 – 01973: Kids in Beaver Creek, 1953
10148-01974 – 01978: Party at Jayce Haryu?, 1953
10148-01980 – 01981: Reservation, n.d.
10148-01986 – 01988: 1953
10148-01991 – 01992: El Zagel Shrine parade, 1953
10148-01994 – 02000:  Bud’s birthday, 1953
10148-02001 – 02023: 1953
10148-02024 – 02033: Homecoming Parade, 1953
10148-02041: Gingras, 1953
10148-02042: Snake at Fishhook?, n.d.
10148-02043 – 02055: Fort Berthold Reservation, 1953
10148-02057: Fishhook, 1953
10148-02060 – 02063: Garrison Dam, 1953
10148-02071 – 02090: Little Missouri trip?, 1953
10148-02091 – 02092: Scranton, November 1953
10148-02093 – 02095: Missouri River, 1953
10148-02103: “Holy Rock”, November 1953
10148-02107 – 02108: Hebron?, 1953
10148-02109: Rattlesnake Butte, 1953
10148-02112 – 02117: 1953
10148-02118 – 02120: Porcupine in tree, 1953
10148-02121 – 02122: Crow Breast? Bundle, 1953
10148-02123: Eagle funeral, May 1953
10148-02141 – 02147: Eisenhower’s plane in Minot, June 1953
10148-02148 – 02150: Fort Clark, 1953
10148-02151 – 02155: Nelsons, Moorhead?, 1953
10148-02156: McKenzie, 1953
10148-02157: Mound, 1953
10148-02158 – 02159: Baldhill Dam, 1953
10148-02160 – 02163: Valley City, 1953
10148-02164 – 02169: Paul Bunyan, Bemidji, MN, 1953
10148-02170 – 02177: Duluth, MN, 1953
10148-02178 – 02195: Walhalla, ND, 1953
10148-02196: Misc. ND, 1953
10148-02197: Sterling, ND, 1953
10148-02198 – 02201: Misc. ND, 1953
10148-02203 – 02205: Kids at Beaver Creek, 1953
10148-02208 – 02210: Curlew, 1953
10148-02211 – 02214: Boat accident on road, 1953
10148-02215 – 02225: Mine, 1953
10148-02226 – 2230: Grand Forks, 1953
10148-02234: Curlew, 1953
10148-02235 – 02241: Winter scenes, 1953
10148-02242 – 02243: Washburn, River Scenes, 1953
10148-02244 – 02246: Mine, 1953
10148-02247 – 02248: Fargo Shrine parade, 1953
10148-02249 – 02252: Easter, 1953
10148-02255 – 2288: Eagles? Native Americans in dress, 1953
10148-02290 – 02296: 1943
10148-02298: Valley City, 1953
10148-02300: McLaughlin, SD, 1953
10148-02301 – 02311: Car in water, 1954
10148-02312 – 02320: Easter, 1954
10148-02322 - 02329: July and August 1954
10148-02330: Tennis, July 1954
10148-02331: Medina, 1953
10148-02332 – 2336: Sitting Bull, SD, 1954
10148-02338 – 02345: Playing ball, 1954
10148-02346 – 02353: 1954
10148-02354 – 02358: Scout, Island Lake, 1954
10148-02359 – 02376: Funeral, 1954
10148-02377 – 02393: Eagle to Grass Barn, October 1954
10148-02394 – 02397: Grass Barn, October 1954
10148-02398 – 02406: Fall parade, Miss North Dakota, 1954
10148-02407 – 02413: Medora, ND, 1954
10148-02414 – 02416: 1954
10148-02417 -  02421: Indian Costume, 1954
10148-02422 – 02429: Funeral, 1954
10148-02430 – 02434: Minnesota, 1954
10148-02444: Grass Barn, October 1954
10148-02462 – 02473: Aerial view of Garrison Dam area, 1954
10148-02486 – 2492: Aerial view of Washburn?, 1954
10148-02579 – 02600: New York City, 1954
10148-02601 – 02607: New York City, 1954
10148-02608 – 02629: Trip from New York City to Minnesota, 1954
10148-02638: Garrison Dam building, 1953
10148-2643 – 02644: Building of Garrison Dam. 1953
10148-02649 – 02655: Ferry, 1953
10148-02656: Dam inlet, n.d.
10148-02657: Mine, n.d.
10148-02658 – 02668: No description
10148-02670: Winter, n.d.
10148-02671 – 02675: Funeral and cemetery, 1955
10148-02687 – 02689: Jimmy Eagle’s place, 1955
10148-02693 – 02697: Kids and Joel, Spring 1955
10148-02698: Aerial of fields and mine, 1955                                       
10148-02701: Beulah Mine, 1955
10148-02703 – 02708: Bismarck High School Marching Band bus to Minneapolis, 1955
10148-02709: South of Cro.? Heart, 1955
10148-02710: Miscellaneous, 1955
10148-02711 – 02712: Jake Crowley Ranch, July 1955
10148-02716 – 2725: Mahte, Fort Yates, 1955
10148-02726 – 2728: Sunset, 1955
10148-02730 – 02732: Aerial of Garrison Dam area, 1955
10148-02740: South of Mandan, 1955
10148-02742 – 02743: Mark Mato, Fort Yates, August 1955
10148-02745 – 02752: Picnic with Donna, East of Missouri River at the mouth of the Heart
River, August 1955
10148-02753: Building of a house, 1955
10148-02754: P.R. Pederson funeral, August 1955
10148-02755       - 02768: Homecoming parade and festivities, 1955
10148-02769 – 02770: Steve’s first kill, September 1955
10148-02771 – 02780: Northern Pacific locomotive, 1955
10148-02782 – 02783: Water Plant Park, September 1955
10148-02787 – 02789: Karolyn, 1955
10148-02790 – 02799: Potluck on patio, 1955
10148-02821 – 02822: Buttes, 1955
10148-02823 – 02833: Elgin pictograph, October 1955
10148-02834 – 02840: Trip north, 1955
10148-02841 – 02845: Indian mounds, 1955                                         
10148-02846 – 02855: Rock house, Elgin? ND, 1955
10148-02856 – 02860: Pete & Margaret, Fall 1955
10148-02861 – 02862: Clouds, n.d.
10148-02863 – 02872: Near New Town, Four Bears Bridge, 1955
10148-02875 – 02921: New Town, Sully’s Lake, New Sanish monument dedication, Powwow, October 1955
10148-02922: Philip Snow and Paul Ewald, October 2, 1955
10148-02923 – 02940: PSJ? October 1955
10148-02941: Beaver Dam, October 11, 1955
10148-02942 – 02946: Almont rock, October 1955
10148-02947 – 02956: October 1955
10148-02957 – 02965: Northern Pacific Railroad dedication, October 1955
10148-02967 – 02969: Glatt, October 1955
10148-02970 – 02978: Boelter residence, November 1955
10148-02979: R Haven, Bal Reservation, aerial?, 1955
10148-02997 - 03021: Camp Sakakawea, Island Lake, Little Missouri River, 1955   
10148-03022 – 03026: Garrison Dam aerials, 1956
10148-03027 – 03037: Camp aerials?, 1956
10148-03038 – 03043: Little Missouri River, 1956
10148-03044 – 03049: Valhalla, Island Lake, 1956
10148-03050 – 03061: Regina Shrine parade, 1956
10148-03062 – 03064: Aerials of Garrison Dam, 1956
10148-03067: State Capitol, Bismarck, 1956
10148-03069 – 03073: Sioux riverboat, 1956
10148-03074 – 03078: Parade, Bismarck, 1956
10148-03081 – 03091: Native American clothing, 1956
10148-03092 – 03095: Summer activities, 1956
10148-03096 – 03101: Charity pageant?, 1956
10148-03102 – 03120: Canada trip, 1956
10148-03121: Barnes House, 1956
10148-03122 – 03125: Charity pageant, 1956
1048-03126: Stink Lake, Valley City, 1956
10148-03127 – 03135: Potluck at McCullough’s, 1956
10148-03136: Provo?, Aerial, 1956
10148-03137 – 03140: Indian Mounds, 1956
10148-03142 – 03150: 1956
10148-03151 – 03200: 1956
10148-03217 – 03385: Bud’s Trip, 1956
10148-03386 – 03391: Wilton, 1956
10148-03392 – 03397: October 10-11, 1956
10148-03398 – 03399: Densmore, February 2, 1956          
10148-03400: Bud, February 17, 1956
10148-03401 – 03405: Bud, 1956
10148-03406: Hunt, 1956
10148-03407 – 03417: Mother’s Funeral, March 14, 1956
10148-03418 – 03420: Parade, 1956
10148-03422 – 03431: Sledding at Schafer House, 1956
10148-03432 – 03436: Sunsets, 1956
10148-03437 – 03442: 1956
10148-03443 – 03444: 1957
10148-03450 – 03454: Camp Sakakawea truck, 1957
10148-03455 – 03459: School, 1957
10148-03460 – 03468: Yunker? Wedding, October 15, 1957
10148-03469: Grave, 1957
10148-03470 – 03500: Cars in neighborhood, 1957
10148-03501 – 03538: Salt Lake City, 1957
10148-03539 – 03546: California Trip, End of 1957
10148-09921: Eagle Nose, n.d.
10148-09922 – 09925: Sunset, n.d.
10148-09926 – 09927: Pederson, n.d.
10148-09928 – 09929: Yates – F. Mandan, n.d.    
10148-09930 – 09931: Rose, n.d.
10148-09932 – 09934: Rogers, n.d.
10148-09935: Cr. Flies High, n.d.
10148-06101 – 0909: No description, n.d.
10148-09936 – 9938: Interior, n.d.
10148-09940 – 09941: Paul Fisher, n.d.
10148-09942: Missile, n.d.
10148-09944 – 09946: Eagle Nose, n.d.
10148-09947 – 09948: Dinosaur, n.d.
10148-09949 – 09950: Double Ditch, n.d.
10148-10001: Estes-Case, n.d.
10148-10002: Utah Line, n.d.
10148-10003 – 10004: Hogan, n.d.
10148-10005: Mexican Hat, n.d.
10148-10006 – 10009: Imperial Bluff, n.d.
10148-10010 – 10015: Lehmer Party, n.d.
10148-10016 – 10019: Sakakawea Bay, n.d.
10148-10020 – 10021: Girl Scout Camp, n.d.
10148-10022 – 10039: Bud’s funeral, n.d.
10148-10061 – 10100: Fort Clark, Aerials, n.d.                      
10148-10101 – 10119: Fort Clark, Aerials, n.d.
10148-10125 – 10129: Howar Smith Loghouse, n.d.
10148-10143 – 10149: Thomas Harte Benton, Merrill Mattes, NPS, n.d.   
10148-10160 – 10161: St. Louis Arch, n.d.
10148-10163 – 10165: Kris & Ed Mound, n.d.
10148-10166: Christmas tree, n.d.
10148-10167: Missouri River, n.d.
10148-10168: Ester & Suzy, n.d.
10148-10169 – 10204: Mexico, n.d.    
10148-10205 – 10223: San Diego, n.d.
10148-10224 – 10225: Montana, n.d.
10148-10226 – 10229: Eagle Nose, n.d.
10148-10230 – 10251: Fraase? Reservoir, n.d.                     
10148-10254 – 10256: Tree stump?, n.d.
10148-10257 – 10261: Jiran House?, n.d.
10148-10263 – 10265: Church construction, n.d.
10148-10268 – 10270: Washout of road, n.d.
10148-10271: Ido Horning?, n.d.
10148-10272 – 10279: Storm damage, n.d.
10148-10282 – 10291: Pierre boat trip, n.d.
10148-10292 – 10299: Square Buttes, n.d.
10148-10301 – 10305: Mand.Ark. Berthold?, n.d.
10148-10306 – 10311: Trunk Burials, n.d.
10148-10312 – 10314: Kopseng? boat ride, n.d.  
10148-10317: Eagle Nose, n.d.
10148-10318 – 10319 : Church, n.d.
10148-10321 – 10322: Church construction, n.d.
10148-10323 – 10332: Black Bird Hill, n.d.
10148-10335 – 10336: Custer House arch, n.d.
10148-10337 – 10338: Geology of Eagle Nose, n.d.
10148-10339: Slant, n.d.
10148-10355 – 10357: Square Buttes, n.d.
10148-10358 – 10367: Interior – Living Room, n.d.
10148-10369 – 10370: Kenal, South Dakota, n.d.
10148-10373: M. Lisa – Stanton, n.d.
10148-10375: Interior – Living Room, n.d.
10148-10376 – 10390: Steeple raising at Presbyterian Church in Bismarck, ND, n.d.
10148-10391 – 10397: Water damage, n.d.
10148-10398: Interior – Living Room, n.d.
10148-10399: Buff Trail, Eagle Nose, n.d.               
10148-10401 – 10407: Eagle Nose, n.d.
10148-10408 – 10415: Thompson?, n.d
10148-10416 – 10426: Adair, n.d.
10148-10427: Bijou Hills, n.d.
10148-10432 – 10440: Eagle Nose, n.d.
10148-10444 – 10448: Lee?, n.d.               
10148-10465 – 10487: Crows Heart, n.d.
10148-10488 – 10489: Landslide at Red Butte, n.d.
10148-10491 – 10493: Buffalo Jump Bay at Antelope Woman’s, n.d.
10148-10507: Mattie?, n.d.
10148-10509 – 10510: Shafer grave, n.d.
10148-10512 – 10516: Haven, n.d.
10148-10524 – 10530: Lewis and Clark markers, Lincoln, MT, n.d.
10148-10534 – 10535: Sibley Grave, n.d.
10148-10536 – 10542: No identification
10148-10544 – 10546: ND Capitol Pioneer Family, n.d.
10148-10562 – 10589: Four Bears Museum dedication, n.d.
10148-10590 – 10593: Car crash, n.d.
10148-10597 – 10602: Four Bears Museum dedication, n.d.
10148-10604 – 10611: J. Starr Funeral, n.d.
10148-10618 – 10619: Rod Jacobson, n.d.
10148-10623 – 10640: New Town Powwow and parade, n.d.
10148-10652 – 10700: No description, n.d.
10148-10701 – 10765: No description, n.d.
10148-10767 – 10773: Ark, 1969
10148-10774: Plane, n.d.
10148-10775: Carol and John, n.d.
10148-10776: Plane, n.d.
10148-10777: No description, n.d.
10148-10778: Four Bears Bridge, n.d.
10148-10779 – 10794: Roberta Bell, n.d.
10148-10798 - 10800: Reservoir, n.d.
10148-10802 – 10812: Plane, n.d.
10148-10813 – 10815: Lewis and Clark Trail Museum, n.d.
10148-10818 - 10900: No description, n.d.
10148-10902 – 10904: Chicken Hill, n.d.
10148-10905 – 10907: Evanson Sand Rock, n.d.
10148-10908 – 10910: C. Heart Cemetery, n.d.
10148-10911 – 10929: Chicken Hill, n.d.
10148-10930 – 10935: Arrowhead (Sperry) Beach, n.d.
10148-10936 – 10938: CFH Cemetery, Stevenson, n.d.
10148-10939 – 10960: Stevenson, n.d.
10148-10961 – 10964: Quake Lake, n.d. 
10148-10970: Cadillac, 1969
10148-10971 – 10975: Trees – Road to Lewistown, n.d.                  
10148-10976: Ceph Goddard, n.d.
10148-10979: Broken window, n.d.
10148-10983: James Driver, n.d.
10148-10986 – 10987: Bob Fox-Kinden?, n.d.
10148-10988 – 10989: Wayne Lundum and Jim Keaton, n.d.
10148-10990 – 10994: Plane at Vince Malnourie’s, n.d.
10148-10999 –  11008: Nite Walker Site, n.d.
10148-11009 – 11011: Fraase Boat, n.d.
10148-11016: Lo Rent – New Town, n.d.
10148-11018 – 11020: Fraase Boat, n.d.
10148- 11021: Trees to Lewistown, n.d.
10148-11022 – 11025: Plane, n.d.
10148-11026: New Town Motel Residence, n.d.
10148-11027 – 11036: Parade, n.d.
10148-11041 – 11042: Aerial, n.d.
10148-11046 – 11048: NLS on plane, n.d.
10148-11051 – 11053: Television and Interior, n.d.
10148-11054 – 11057: Horse Nose Buttes, Bowers, n.d.
10148-11064 – 11100: Lewis and Clark Trail, n.d.
10148-11101 – 11163: Lewis and Clark Trail, n.d.
10148-11165 – 11175: Hendrickson Points, n.d.
10148-11176 -  11180: Josephson Wed., n.d.
10148-11192 – 11216: No description, n.d.
10148-11233 – 11263: No description, n.d.
10148-11265 – 11286: White Shield Powwow, n.d.
10148-11287 – 11309: Museum cases, n.d.
10148-11310 – 11313: Dvirnak visit with Telford and Erson, n.d.
10148-11318 – 11327: Parade at Poplar, MT, n.d.
10148-11330 – 11335: Ardell Moe trip to Fort Clark, n.d.
10148-11336 – 11339: Piano sale to Josephson, n.d.
10148-11355 – 11359: Flying in plane, n.d.
10148-11362 – 11382: Makoti Parade, n.d.
10148-11383: Smith grave, n.d.
10148-11384 – 11399: Native American artifacts held at the Museum of the American Indian in New York, *FOR REFERENCE USE ONLY*, n.d.
10148-11401 – 11463: No description, n.d.
10148-11464 – 11470: Vince – Capistrand, n.d.
10148-11471 – 11472: 4 B Boats, n.d.
10148-11473 – 11474: Bud’s grave, n.d.
10148-11475 – 11481: Mexican cacti, n.d.
10148-11482 – 11485: Wrecked Mexican plane, n.d.
10148-11486 – 11488: Ped? & Ruth at Bear Butte?, n.d.
10148-11489 – 11500: BIA Commissioner trip, n.d.            
10148-11501 – 11520: BIA Commissioner trip, n.d.
10148-11521 – 11536: Parade, n.d.
10148-11537 – 11540: Jacobson site, n.d.
10148-11583: CFH Funeral, n.d.
10148-11585 – 11586: Lega Grave, n.d.
10148-11587 – 11612: CFH Funeral, n.d.
10148-11613 – 11618: Crow Heart House, n.d.
10148-11619 – 10148-11621: Crow Heart House, Mortar Hole, n.d.
10148-11626 – 10148-11628: Crow Heart House, n.d.
10148-11629 – 10148-11632: I.P. Baker Building, Fort Benton, n.d.
10148-11633 – 11636: Unloading trucks of roping arena, n.d.
10148-11639 – 11644: Village site, Turkey Hill, n.d.
10148-11645: Boat ride, Lakeside Bank, New Town, n.d.
10148-11646 – 11657: CFH Funeral, n.d.
10148-11658: Kopseng preaching, n.d.
10148-11659 – 11700: No description, n.d.
10148-11701 – 11764: No description, n.d.
10148-11765: Fort Union, n.d.
10148-11766: No description, n.d.
10148-11767: Dodge Flint Mine, Ian West, n.d.
10148-11768 – 11769: Ian West, Colin Taylor, Richard Crows Heart, n.d.
10148-11770 – 11771: Twin Buttes Powwow Grounds, n.d.
10148-11772 – 11779: Crows Heart Cemetery, n.d.
10148-11780 – 11782: Chevy pickup with bumper stickers, n.d.
10148-11783 – 11787: Buffalo in park, n.d.
10148-11788 – 11791: Four Bear’s Museum, n.d.
10148-11792 – 11816: Boat ride?, n.d.
10148-11820 – 11900: No description, n.d.
10148-11901 – 12037: No description, n.d.
10148-12038: Eva, 1962
10148-12039: Worms Cathedral, Martin Luther, n.d.
10148-12040: Ponte Vecchio, Florence, n.d.
10148-12041: No description, n.d.
10148-12042: Oregon Coast, n.d.
10148-12043 – 12061: Bud and Sgt. Jeff, Hemit, CA, December 1961
10148-12062 – 12091: Knife River Coal Co., n.d.
10148-12092 – 12198: Includes slides of family holidays, outdoor scenes, Sakakawea statue, interior of houses, not scanned, n.d.
10148-12199 – 12255: Includes slides of family holidays, outdoor scenes, Sakakawea statue, interior of houses, not scanned, n.d. 

Prints from Slides
10148-00087       Old Man Crows Heart, October 1948
10148-00088       Paul Crows Hear shucking corn
10148-01217       Santee Community corral, June 1950
10148-01219-01220 Santee Community corral, June 1950
10148-02010       Karolyn Ewald at Creek Crossing by Bears Ghost Place, April 1953
10148-02102       Drying beef at the Joe Flying Eagle home, fall 1953
10148-02254       Joe Flying Eagle, son of the Mandan chief “Flying Eagle,” 1953
10148-02294       Mrs. Henry Sitting Crow (Holy Corn Stalk)
10148-02465       Old swimming hole south of George Gillette place, Beaver Creek, Fort Berthold, 1950
10148-02876       Frank Chase and daughter, Yvonne, at Monument dedication at New Sanish (ND), October 2, 1955
10148-09666       Grass mowed on Fort Clark site, shadows show up the many graves and travois trail in center, November 1962
10148-10665       Road to Crows Heart cemetery, October 1968
10148-10505       Mattie Grinnell Nagel walking on earthlodge remains at Awatixa Village, Stanton (ND), August 1970
10148-10810       Smith Graves (Thomas, Morgan and Daniel, sons of Mary [Red Feather] Smith) on north Chicken Hill, November 1969
10148-10918       Special Officer Colhoff at Fred Stink Gun Grave (grave offering in foreground), Fort Berthold Reservation, July 1970
10148-11167       Burning Coal Vein, Medora (ND)
10148-11625       Method used to make hole in floor to accommodate wooden mortar (corn grinder) which was located in the front room of old man Crows Heart’s place (house was being torn down at time of photo), September 1975

Prints and negatives – FOR REFERENCE USE ONLY (some might be originals but some are copies of copyrighted works held by other institutions)

Miscellaneous
10148-12256       The famous and holy medicine bundle of the Mandan Corn Priests. Mrs. Eagle, Paul Ewald and Mr. Jim Holding Eagle are pictured, September 1953
10148-12257       “At Smokey Hales Camp,” Fort Clark site, ca. 1910 (Ernst Steinbrueck photograph)
10148-12258       Woman seated on ground working on beadwork, ca. 1930s
10148-12259       Woman viewing photograph, 1970s
10148-12260 - 12275        Theodore Roosevelt Statue dedication, Northern Pacific Depot Park, Mandan (ND), September 11, 1924 (individuals are identified on accompanying
paper) (presented to Ewald by Fred Dietz)
10148-12276       Butte along the Missouri River, possibly in Morton County (ND), ca. 1924 (presented to Ewald by Fred Dietz)
10148-12277       Native Americans and dog travois in parade during the Theodore Roosevelt Statue dedication, Mandan (ND), September 11, 1924 (presented to Ewald by Fred Dietz)
10148-12278 – 12280 Group with net in river, possibly fishing in the Heart River, Morton County (ND), ca. 1924 (presented to Ewald by Fred Dietz)
10148-12281 – 12282 Packs Wolf as Numak-Maxana, Mandan (Edward S. Curtis photographs)
10148-12283       Mandan turtle drums (Edward S. Curtis photograph)
10148-12284       Ready for the Buffalo Dance, Mandan (Edward S. Curtis photograph)
10148-12285       Howard Rabbit Head, Mandan (Edward S. Curtis photograph)
10148-12286       Slow Bull, Mandan (Edward S. Curtis photograph)
10148-12287       Unidentified, Mandan (Edward S. Curtis photograph)
10148-12288       Phoebe Smith and daughter, Carlette Mason (possibly taken by Gilbert L. Wilson)
10148-12289-12290 Wounded Face’s home and family, 1910 (Gilbert L. Wilson photographs)
 10148-12291-12292 “Drying stage and cabin of Wounded Face. This drying stage has the usual railings above but is floored with a willow mat in the Arikara fashion,” 1910  (Gilbert L. Wilson photographs)
10148-12293-12295 Prints of Winold Reiss paintings
10148-12296-12316 Portraits and snapshots of members of various American Indian tribes, several are identified on back of the photographs (Edward S. Curtis photographs)
10148-12317-12343 Portraits and snapshots of members of various American Indian tribes, several are identified on back of the photographs (cyanotypes) (Edward S. Curtis photographs)
10148-12344-12354 Portraits and snapshots of members of various American Indian tribes, several are identified on back of the photographs (Edward S. Curtis photographs)
10148-12355-12358 Red Calf Woman, her son Arthur Mandan, and group images that include: Mary (Fannie) Lonefight, Lucy Lonefight, Theodore Lonefight Sr., Sam Lincoln, Oscar White Man Sr., Jack Lonefight Sr, and Edward Good Bird, 1912 (Gilbert L. Wilson photographs)
10148-12359       Scattered-Corn-Woman, Mandan (Edward S. Curtis photograph)
10148-12360       Holding Eagle     (Edward S. Curtis photograph)
10148-12361       James Holding Eagle and Wife, 1953        (Edward S. Curtis photograph)
10148-12362       Rabbit Head (Rabbit-Head), Hidatsa        (Edward S. Curtis photograph)
10148-12363       Holds-The-Eagle, Hidatsa (Edward S. Curtis photograph)
10148-   12364-12376 Archaeological work, group of men outside unidentified drug store, American Indians and celebrations, Caucasian men receiving haircuts and camping in tipi (images include or were created by P. S. Junger, ca. November 1958)
10148-12377       Knife River Coal Mining Company site
10148-12378       View of Garrison Dam area with transparency overly with proposed Riverdale Game management area, air strip, fish hatchery and development area, Garrison Dam, ca. 1950s
10148-12379       Ground plan of Arikara Medicine lodge
10148-12380       The Brush-Gatherers, Arikara
10148-12381       Blessing the Children, Arikara
10148-12382       Burial ground, Fort Berthold, DT, September 20, 1887 (from the American Museum of Natural History, New York)
10148-12383       Mrs. Charging cooking (might be a Gilbert L. Wilson photograph)
10148-12384       Snake eating a chipmunk
10148-12385       Owl Woman hoeing with bone hoe in garden (might be a Gilbert Wilson photograph)
10148-12386-12419 Fort Clark site ground and aerial photographs
10148-12420       Henry Sitting Crow at the Northern Pacific Depot Park during the Theodore Roosevelt Statue Dedication, Mandan (ND), September 11, 1924
10148-12421       Henry Sitting Crow
10148-12422-12434 Charles L. Hall and Poor Wolf (Gilbert L. Wilson photographs)
10148-12435       Earth lodge interior
10148-12436       Poor Wolf and daughter, August 1910
10148-12437       Red Calf woman (Gilbert L. Wilson photograph)
10148-12438       Bureau of Indian Affairs (B. I. A.) Branch of Land Operations (SMC Cartographic Section, Concho, OK, 1974)
10148-12439       Aerial of the B. I. A. Branch of Land Operations (SMC Cartographic Section, Concho, OK, 1974)
10148-12440       Aerial of Fort McKeen (Fort Abraham Lincoln), Morton County (ND)
10148-12441       Aerial of Beaver Creek (ND)
10148-12442       Aerial of Red Butte Bay, Fort Berthold (ND)
10148-12443       Aerial of Charging Eagle Bay with Mosset Resort noted, Fort Berthold (ND)
10148-12444       Joe and Mary Packineau family, 1902 (L. A. Huffman photograph, Miles City, MT)
10148-12445-12446 Mary Packineau and daughter Merriam Sears
10148-12447       Group at Theodore Roosevelt Statue dedication, Northern Pacific Depot Park, Mandan (ND), September 11, 1924
10148-12448-12454 Unidentified Native Americans at various locations, ca. 1910s-1940s
10148-12455       Visitors at blockhouse at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, ca. 1960s
10148-12456       Moves Slowly scaffold burial at Amati Padawish (Short River or Small River), August 18, 1901
10148-12457       Moves Slowly, Mandan Priest
10148-12458       Short River – Red Butte(Amati Padawish or Short Missouri)
10148-12459       Black Medicine (Mrs. Crow Belt), 1916 (probably a Gilbert L. Wilson photograph)
10148-12460-12461 Little Owl, Foolish Woman, possibly Rabbithead and unidentified playing music inside tipi, ca. 1910s
10148-12462       Mrs. Willie (Trilby S. Crow) Hale, 1902 (L. A. Huffman photograph, Miles City, MT)
10148-12463       O. D. Wheeler interviewing Legginges (Mandan), Packs Wolf and Tribly Hale daughter-in-law of Leggings), 1902 (L. A. Huffman photograph, Miles City, MT)
10148-12464       Lead Woman (or Front Woman) (Um Dehede or Umdehede), Mandan, 1911 (Fred Olsen photograph)
10148-12465       Encampment at Crow’s Heart (might be a Gilbert Wilson photograph)
10148-12466       Annie Eagle (Mrs. Geo. Charging) with son on horseback, 1916 (Frances Densmore photograph)
10148-12467       Postcard with image of a bust of Crows Heart and biographical information, printed ca. 1981 (copyright Prokop Studio)
10148-12468-12469 Rose Crow Flies High, ca. 1960s
10148-12470       Louis Baker, daughter Mercy (Walker) and son Robert
10148-12471-12472 Ethel Baker (Mrs. James) pounding hominy in a corn mill. The mortar was made of ash or box elder, hollowed out with fire (might be Gilbert Wilson photographs)
10148-12473       Owl Woman pounding hominy in a corn mill (might be a Gilbert Wilson photograph)
10148-12474       Unidentified woman pounding hominy in a corn mill (might be a Gilbert Wilson photograph)
10148-12475       Jim, Ethel and Lawrence Baker at Ed Goodbird’s house (might be a Gilbert Wilson photograph)
10148-12476       Ethel and Lawrence Baker at Ed Goodbird’s house (might be a Gilbert Wilson photograph)
10148-12477       Jim, Ethel and Lawrence Baker at Ed Goodbird’s house (might be a Gilbert Wilson photograph)
10148-12478       Jim Baker with children beside tipi (might be a Gilbert Wilson photograph)
10148-12479       Jim Baker near tipi (might be a Gilbert Wilson photograph)
10148-12480       Jim Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Yellow Wolf and daughters (might be Daisy, Clara and Sarah Yellow Wolf) (might be a Gilbert Wilson photograph)
10148-12481       Jim Baker with children beside tipi (might be a Gilbert Wilson photograph)
10148-12482-12483 Jim Baker on horseback (might be a Gilbert Wilson photograph)
10148-12484       Jim Baker branding calf (Gilbert Wilson photograph)
10148-12485       Jim Baker castrating bull (Gilbert Wilson photograph)
10148-12486       Group on porch of Medicine Stone’s house
10148-12487-12489 Two unidentified women from the family of Medicine Stone and John
Stone, 1918 (Gilbert Wilson photographs)
10148-12490       John Stone, son of Medicine Stone (Gilbert Wilson photograph)
10148-12491       Family of Medicine Stone with John Stone (Gilbert Wilson photograph)
10148-12492       John Sitting Bear, first Chief of the Arikara after the death of his father, Rushing Bear (Son-of the-Star) (His son, Floyd Bear succeeded; Harry Gillette (first cousin) next because elder son, Robert bear too young; Robert Bear next; Robert Jr. as of 1973)
10148-12493       Joe Flying Eagle, 1953 (from Paul Ewald slide, slide number not known)
10148-12494       Aerial view of trees in water (from Paul Ewald slide, slide number unknown)
10148-12495       Mrs. Henry Sitting Crow (Dame-deh Chopinin “Holy Corn Stalk”), image taken in the fall of 1953 just before she passed away in December
10148-12496       Portrait of Paul Ewald
10148-12497       Paul Ewald at unidentified event
10148-12498       Paul Ewald speaking at unidentified event
10148-12499-12509 Rattlesnake in the road
10148-12510-12539 Schools, homes, buildings and the Museum of the Three Affiliated Tribes on the Fort Berthold Reservation, 1972
10148-12540-12542 Unidentified man in headdress drying animal skins beside his home, ca. 1970s
10148-12543       Homes of Crow Heart’s group, Fort Berthold, 1915 (copy of Frances Densmore photograph)
10148-12544       House at right end of Crow Heart’s group, where his mother lived, Fort Berthold, 1915 (copy of Frances Densmore photograph)
10148-12545       House of Crow Heart’s son, on opposite side of the road from his house, Fort Berthold, 1915 (copy of Frances Densmore photograph)
10148-12546       Mrs. Geo. Charging removing hair from hide, Fort Berthold, 1915 (copy of Frances Densmore photograph)               
10148-12547       Crow’s Heart earth dance (or council) lodge, Fort Berthold, 1915 (copy of Frances Densmore photograph)

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