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Title: Pembina (ND) Museum

Dates: 1863-1980

Collection Number:  10737

Quantity: 17 ft.  (including oversized material in map case drawer) 

Abstract: Consists of records of the Museum, records kept by the Museum for exhibit and preservation purposes, scrapbooks and photographs. Includes records of the Pembina Parent Teacher Association (PTA).

Provenance:  The Pembina Museum was closed and under state law, the State Historical Society of North Dakota acquired this collection of photographs and historical documents. Carol Huls, Curator of Collections of the Museum Division of the State Historical Society of North Dakota, brought the collection to the SHSND along with artifacts from the former Pembina Museum in September 1997. Additional material was added to the collection in October 1998.
               
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Related Collections:       
MSS 10376 William J. Kneeshaw Papers
MSS 10026 Albert E. Dease Papers
Photo Collection 0709 Pembina Historical Society
Photo Collection 2009-P-005 Pembina (ND) Album

HISTORICAL SKETCH
“Pembina Will Dedicate their State Historical Museum July 4th at 2 P.M.”
(Press release, MSS 10737, box 1, folder 1)

“At the request of Phil Hoghaug, President of the Pembina Community Club, House Bill #698 was introduced in the 1959 legislative session by Rep. A. J. Christopher of Pembina backed by the county delegation. This bill authorized a grant of $5,000 toward the building of a State Historical Museum at Pembina. This grant was matched by Pembina. The museum was built in the fall of 1960 and the displays arranged in 1962 under the supervision of Paul Brown, Chairman.

The following program will be presented with Boyd Jerome, KCND-TV, as Master of Ceremonies:
Invocation – Father V. J. Drapela
Welcome – Mayor A. J. Christopher
Brief History of Museum – Paul Brown, Chairman Museum Committee”

BOX / FOLDER INVENTORY

Box 1:  Records
1 Pembina State Historical Museum – dedication program, staff and committees history, copy of HB 698 and HB 738, sketches of the museum, blueprints, and “the seven schools of Pembina” write up, 1959-1971
2 Correspondence of Mayor A. J. Christopher regarding projects at the Pembina State Park (to/from Russell Reid), 1949-1954
3 Pembina Parent Teacher Association (PTA), 1937-1945
4 Ordinance/contract granting Pembina Telephone Co. the responsibility of creating and maintaining the telephone system in Pembina, 1903                             
5 Biography of Elmer E. Barry, recipient of the Red River Valley Historical Society First Pioneer Historian Award, 1968                       
6 Mrs. Martha Marie Beck Roberts, recipient of the First Annual Red River Valley History Educator Hall of Fame Award, 1972
7 Lulah Belle Cavileer autograph book, ca. 1878-1915
8 “Memoir of Marshall Keith,” Robert Walker, 1869 with photograph of William Sangster (1851-1938, grandfather of Isabel King Tolstoi) and photograph of Mintlaw, Scotland, ca. 1890s
9 Scrapbook of news clippings about Scotland and Scottish people, primarily from Scottish publications, 1860-1920
10 Loose from scrapbook – newspapers and news clippings, advertisement booklet of the “latest fashions for 1887,” auction flyer, miscellaneous printed material from Mintlaw, Old Deer, and Peterhead, 1856-1922
11 Pembina flood record – daily/hourly weather, river gauge readings, newspaper clippings, 1948-1969
12 Receipts from early businesses, 1901-1912    
13 County centennial (news release), 1967         
14 Programs (Girls’ basket ball club [Drayton], Pembina High School, Pembina city [public] school, churches, Joseph Rolette Memorial dedication, “the Modern Pantomime Cinderella” [Canada]), ca. 1890s-1969    
15 Geroux Bridge District No. 102, Pembina County, citation for service to the War Savings Program, February 1944
16 Miscellaneous printed material – graduation announcements, letterhead, brochures, political broadsides, ca. 1900s-1959
17 Advertisements, land and Lindsay Brothers buggies, 1900-1914
18 Trial transcript, State v. I. J. Foster, 1905
19 Adjutant’s report, muster roll of Werdin Post No 83 at Pembina, ca. 1880s
20 “Red River Carts Trek Historic Pembina Trail,” prepared and written for Marshall County Statehood Centennial Committee, E. Neil Mattson, 1958
21 A. J. Christopher WWI materials: “’Active Service’ Testament 1916” given to Christopher and carried throughout the war; “Canada and Her Soldiers” 1919; “Information and Service Handbook for members and Ex-Members of the Canadian Naval and Military Forces”; Pay book, Canadian Expeditionary Force
               
Box 2:    Photographs
10737-001            Officers’ quarters, Fort Pembina (Dakota Territory), Short Bros. photographer,
Pembina (DT), ca. 1888
10737-002            Dr. C. B. Harris portrait, ca. 1910 (physician and surgeon, practiced in Pembina
1882-1943)
10737-003            Dr. Harris, John Turner farm, St. Vincent, Kittson County, MN, John Turner photographer, 1904
10737-004            Grafton Masonic Group portrait (Mrs. Harold C. [Edna] Johnson is fourth from left), ca. 1930
10737-005            Orchestra of 1905-1910, Fargo (ND)
10737-006            Pembina House (the Jardine house), ca. 1890s
10737-007            Jim Kneeshaw portrait, oldest in Kneeshaw family, Moore & McGruer photographer, Pembina (DT), 1885
10737-008            W. J. Kneeshaw and Col. Clement A. Lounsberry, W. H. Davis photographer, River Street, Paris, Ontario, ca. 1877
10737-009            William Percy Kneeshaw portrait, Bishop photographer, Syndicate Block, Minneapolis (MN), 1890
10737-010            Percy and Stanley Kneeshaw portrait, ca. 1897

Box 3:    Photographs
10737-011            Gordon Kneeshaw portrait, G. W. Floyd photographer, Minneapolis (MN), 1889
10737-012            Kate Kneeshaw portrait, youngest of W. J. Kneeshaw’s eight children, A. H. Anderson photographer, Hallock (MN), ca. 1898
10737-013            Hazel Pate Kneeshaw portrait, A. H. Anderson photographer, Hallock (MN), ca.1900
10737-014            Fred Ryan portrait, Pembina (ND), ca. 1890
10737-015            Isabelle Murray Cavaleer portrait, wife of Charles Cavaleer, unidentified photographer, (MN), ca. 1880
10737-016            Albert Donald Cavileer portrait, son of Charles Cavaleer, A. H. Anderson photographer, Hallock (MN), ca. 1906
10737-017            K. A. Kneeshaw portrait, 15 years old, H. A. Campbell photographer, Pembina (ND), 1909
10737-018            Threshing scene portrait, Kneeshaw property, Anderson & Hartvig photographer, Hallock (MN), probably 1906
10737-019            Bicycle Club (some identification on photograph) portrait, Webb home, A. H. Anderson photographer, Hallock (MN), ca. late 1890s
10737-020            Old Courthouse and employees portrait, Pembina (ND), Anderson & Hartvig photographer, Hallock (MN), probably 1906

Box 4:    Photographs
10737-021            Pembina flood, left to right: R. J. Morrison, G. G. Thomson, Jack Chisholm, F. A. Wardivell, E. K. Cavileer, 1916
10737-022            Interior of Icelandic Evangelical Lutheran Church sanctuary, Pembina (ND)
10737-023            Interior of Icelandic Evangelical Lutheran Church sanctuary, Pembina (ND)
10737-024            Dr. James F. McQueen, dentist, Pembina (ND), ca. 1900
10737-025            All American Minstrels portrait, April 30, 1916
10737-026            Pembina County Band portrait, ca. 1920
10737-027 – 029 July 4th parade, Pembina (ND) looking north, 1890 (see also 10737-134-136)
10737-030            Probably Pembina State Park, May 30, 1920

Box 5:    Photographs
10737-031            Walter Welford portrait, ca. 1930s
10737-032            Probably Pembina State Park, May 30, 1920
10737-033            Senator Judson LaMoure and granddaughter Luella portrait, Anderson & Hartvig photographer, Hallock (MN), ca. 1906
10737-034            vacant number
10737-035            Pembina City Band portrait, ca. 1910
10737-036            Either Pembina High School or Pembina City Band portrait, ca. 1905. Identified are, in no particular order: Frank Morris, Adrian Jardin, L. Fowler, Mertin Orinson, George Morris, Dr. Claus Short, J. Felson, Dr. Stan Kneeshaw, Geoplicott(?), Reg. Bescom, Tom Shumaker, Dr. Claus Aylen, Dudley Frell (or Tiell), Ralph Cleesbaker (?), Dr. E. Harr, Dr. G. McConmachie, Peterson, Judge LaMoure, Bert Fowler, Swan Peterson, Chas. King, Harry Miller, S. Jardin
10737-037            Red River Bridge, ca.  1924
10737-038            Red River Bridge, ca. 1924
10737-039            Red River Bridge, ca. 1924
10737-040            Undermounted Avery tractor, owned by Mrs. Gross, Moorhead, MN

Box 6:    Photographs
10737-041            The Basken home and unidentified woman, Pembina County (ND), ca. 1910       
10737-042            I. J. Basken General Blacksmith shop and five unidentified men, Pembina County (ND), ca. 1880s-1890s
10737-043            Basken working inside I. J. Basken General Blacksmith shop, ca. 1880s-1890s
10737-044            Pembina House, Pembina (ND), ca. 1895 (from Lounsberry’s Record)
10737-045            Three men in front of John Heneman’s “The New One Price Store”, Pembina County (ND), 1905 or later
10737-046            Men and child outside George Thompson Grocery Store, Pembina County (ND), between 1880-1900
10737-047            Winchester House (Hotel), Pembina (ND), between 1880-1900 (originally called Geroux Hotel, built in 1882 by Lucien Geroux, made into an apartment building, burned in 1950s?)
10737-048            Frank Hart portrait, A. H. Anderson photographer, Hallock (MN), ca. 1890s
10737-049            Mrs. Wilbur C. (Maud) Short portrait, Wabash & Adams photographer, Chicago (IL), ca. 1905
10737-050            Wilbur C. Short portrait, Wabash & Adams photographer, Chicago (IL), ca. 1905

Box 7:    Photographs
10737-051            Catholic Church, Pembina (ND), 1905
10737-052            Eight men and a touring vehicle portrait (identified are: Smith, Loupipe?, Osborne, G. W. Thomson [Capt. James Thomson’s brother], Milhouse, Bernard, chauffeur), C. W. Tucker photographer, Covina (CA), ca. 1918
10737-053            Postcard portrait, from left to right: Alex Morrison (Pembina Mayor 1916-1921), W. J. Londeu, H. C. Thomson, B. P. Chapple, unidentified, Judge Vick
10737-054            Thomson Store
10737-055            Thomson portrait
10737-056            Thomson portrait
10737-057            Interior of Thomson Brothers Hardware Store portrait, from left to right: O. W. Thomson, Henry Miller, Herbert C. Thomson, Bowesmont (ND)
10737-058            Construction of east-end approach railroad bridge 188, “laying iron on Northern Pacific approaching Pembina, Dak.,” Pembina (ND), Fall 1886
10737-059            County Seat Band portrait, G. A. Barrowclough photographer, Dominion City (MB), might be Cavalier (ND), ca. 1900
10737-060            Brownie Nixon portrait, unidentified photographer, Grafton (DT)

Box 8:    Photographs
10737-061            Postcard, Louis Riel portrait, painting by Henri Julien
10737-062            Albert J. Christopher, C. M. M., World War II American naval veteran, Artcraft Studios photographer, Gulfport (MS)
10737-063            Lulah Belle Cavileer portrait, daughter of Charles Cavileer, The New Photographic Art Company photographer, Penn Avenue, Washington, D.C., ca. 1880
10737-064            Edmund K. Cavileer portrait, son of Charles Cavileer, ca. 1890s
10737-065            Mrs. Whitfield Douglas portrait, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas came to DT in 1881, and came to Pembina in 1893
10737-066            Conmy family portrait (Pembina pioneer lawyer Edward Walsh Conmy is seated on left, his son John P. stands before him, Edward’s wife Celina M. is seated on right, their son Edward or Edward T. is seated on his mother’s lap, daughters Lucy B., Mary M. and Annie E. are also pictured), 1888
10737-067            Postcard, unidentified woman portrait
10737-068            H. C. Feldman portrait, unidentified photographer, Hallock (MN), March 1879
10737-069            Mr. and Mrs. Miller portrait, grandparents of Mrs. Paul Roy tintype
10737-070            Mrs. Charles (Matilda A.) Full portrait, A. H. Anderson photographer, Hallock (MN), ca. 1910

Box 9:    Photographs
10737-071            Judson LaMoure Jr. portrait, B. F. Strauss photographer, Bismarck (ND), March 15, 1897
10737-072            Lulah Cavileer portrait, A. H. Pepper & Son photographer, St. Paul (MN), ca. 1890
10737-073            A. L. Airth portrait, July 1880
10737-074            Four women portrait, back: Grace Parker, middle left: Mary Dormer, middle right: Emma Bouvette, front: Mrs. Pearl Daniels LaMoure, ca. 1890s
10737-075            Pauline Kneeshaw Treichler portrait, wife of H. E. Treichler, ca. 1910
10737-076            Carter School portrait, 1900
10737-077            Ned Cavileer portrait, oldest son of Charles Cavileer, ca. 1880s-1890s
10737-078            Four youngest Wardwell boys portrait, in no particular order: Fred, Ted, Rob, Adna, and dog Don, Anderson & Hartvig photographer, Hallock (MN), November 30, 1907         
10737-079            Lulah Cavileer with Elizabeth May Booker, ca. 1880s
10737-080            Unidentified man portrait, A. H. Anderson photographer, Hallock (MN), ca. 1890s

Box 10: Photographs
10737-081            Mr. and Mrs. Charles Atkinson wedding portrait, Mrs. Atkinson was a Worthy Matron of the Order of the Eastern Star Pembina Chapter Number 44, unidentified photographer, Hallock (MN) and Pembina (ND), ca. 1902
10737-082            Mr. Charles Hart and Mrs. Julia Ann Bernath Hart portrait, Fort Pembina, Mons Mossefin photographer, Crookston (MN), ca. late 1890s (Mr. Hart was a soldier at Fort Pembina, transferred from Watertown SD)
10737-083            Josie Robinson portrait, Peavey photographer, Faribault (MN), May 20, 1884     
10737-084            Children of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hart portrait, back: Barbara Hart (Bray), left: Arthur Hart, right: Lloyd Hart
10737-085            Mr. Edward W. Conmy portrait, came to Pembina in 1884, lawyer and county judge, father of Mrs. A. J. Christopher
10737-086            Mrs. Edward W. (Celina) Conmy portrait, came to Pembina in 1884, mother of Mrs. A. J. Christopher
10737-087            Memorial Day pageant scene with two angels, Ruby Vaughn and Violet Keller, Pembina Court House
10737-088            Pembina (ND) baseball team portrait, back row left to right: Lawrence Warner, Harry Miller, Happy Schultz, Manager Jim Parkeer, Hennyen, Don Griffith, front row left to right: Forrest Storms, Earl Turner, Bruno Winkler, Pete Blondin, 1920
10737-089            Pembina (ND) baseball team portrait, back row left to right: Roland King, Manager Mike Kelly, Eli Gooselaw, Bart Conmy, Tom Rondeau, middle row left to right: Mintie Ormeson, Charlie Ardies, front row left to right: Billie Grumbo, Norman Husband, Tommy Shumaker, Forrest Storms, Peter Bouvette1910
10737-090            vacant number

Box 11: Photographs
10737-091            Threshing scene portrait, unknown location
10737-092            Pembina County football team, including: Bob Moore, Chas. Jamieson, Roscoe McCrea, Fred Metcalf, Roy Metcalf, Rex Wallace, and Ralph Gilroy, 1904 (either Pembina or Drayton)
10737-093            A.L.C. Pembina Lutheran Church, ca. 1960s
10737-094            Unidentified church, Pembina County (ND), ca. 1960s
10737-095            Methodist Church, Pembina (ND), ca. 1960s
10737-096            Unidentified bell
10737-097            School girls portrait, from left to right: Lulu Bjorklund, Ida McKibben Gustafson, May Somers Billings, Hazel Hutcheson, Ray Thomspon Rully, Elsie Bellamy Hills, Elizabeth Hayes, Edna Thomson Johnson, ca. 1900
10737-098            Building a birch bark canoe, location unknown (copy)
10737-099            The flood at Emerson (MB), Steele & Wing photographer, 474 Main Street, Winnipeg (MB), May 8, 1893
10737-100            Natural fruit stand formed of air bubbles in a block of ice, found by John F. Mager, Esq., Walhalla (ND)

Box 12: Photographs
10737-101            Print of Will Rogers portrait, ca. 1920s
10737-102            Actors in costume on stage, probably in St. Vincent (MN), ca. 1890 (characters are ? Peter Duff, Flonie Le Masurier, Nina Clow, Spike Mumo, Pete Moran)
10737-103            Group watching two people on horseback in costume outside William G. Deacon store west of old village hall, St. Vincent (MN), ca. July 4, 1890
10737-104            Unidentified hotel, St. Vincent (MN) image taken just before demolition by A. H. Anderson photographer, Hallock (MN), ca. 1890s-1910
10737-105            Interior of Deacon’s Print Shop, left: Mr. Deacon, right: Leo Le Masurier, 1890
10737-106            Threshing scene, 1938 (additional information on paper with photograph)
10737-107            Jack Halcrow’s steam engine tractor, probably ND or Canada, ca. 1910
10737-108            Public School building, Pembina (ND) post card, ca.1900
10737-109            Tractor pulling combine and harvesting machinery across bridge, probably Pembina County (ND), ca. 1900
10737-110            Pembina Masonic Lodge Number 1 members portrait, ca. 1893 (additional information on paper with photograph)

Box 13: Photographs
10737-111            Photographic print of the marriage certificate of Ole Johnson/Jevning and Ami/Ingebord Estenson
10737-112            Phil Hohaug portrait (mayor of Pembina, 1953-1961)
10737-113            William James Kneeshaw portrait, ca. 1920s
10737-114            Unidentified man portrait
10737-115            Mrs. Pauline Brennan, Pembina Public Librarian for many years, ca. 1930s
10737-116            United States Federal Building, Pembina (ND), ca. 1962 
10737-117            Motor coach building, Pembina (ND), ca. 1962   
10737-118            Crossing truss bridge with cart, Pembina (ND), ca. 1882
10737-119            Emma Bouvette portrait, ca. 1892-1893, Steel & Wing Artists photographer, 474 Main Street, Winnipeg (MB)
10737-120            Virginia L. Short portrait, ca. 1901, taken at 4 ½ months, A. H. Anderson photographer, Hallock (MN)

Box 14: Photographs
10737-121            Edward King Grinnell portrait, Steele & Wing photographer, 474 Main Street, Winnipeg (MB), ca. 1893 (born in Iowa? died March 30, 1893 in Pembina)
10737-122            E. K. Cavileer portrait, postmaster of Pembina (ND), F. Jay Haynes & Bro. photographer, 392 Jackson St., St. Paul (MN)
10737-123            Clifford Wellington Bouvette portrait, taken at 14 months, A. H. Anderson photographer, Hallock (MN), ca. December 1898
10737-124            Vernon Thompson portrait, taken at 2 months, A. H. Anderson photographer, Hallock (MN)
10737-125            Unidentified family portrait
10737-126            Unidentified man portrait, Short photographer, Pembina (ND), ca. 1890s
10737-127            Unidentified man portrait, A. H. Anderson photographer, Hallock (MN), ca. 1890s
10737-128            Unidentified woman portrait, A. H. Anderson photographer, Hallock (MN), ca. 1890s
10737-129            High water during Pembina (ND) flood, A. H. Anderson photographer, April 22, 1897
10737-130            B. F. Horr portrait, railway mail clerk, Minneapolis (MN), ca. 1890 Snyder Bros. photographer, 729 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis (MN)

Box 15: Photographs
10737-131            Three unidentified individuals portrait, A. H. Anderson photographer, Hallock (MN), ca. late 1890s
10737-132            Unidentified man portrait, Hennepin Studio photographer, 625 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis (MN), between 1893 and 1905
10737-133            O. E. Thompson and Assistant Postmaster Shaw portrait, Grand Forks (ND), Blackburn photographer, 314 ½ DeMers Ave., Grand Forks (ND), ca. 1890s
10737-134-136  July 4th parade, Pembina (ND) looking north, 1890 (10737-027 – 029)
10737-137            Soldiers marching, Pembina (ND), 1918
10737-138            Threshing scene near Bathgate (ND), C. C. Slack & Co. photographer, Sioux Falls (SD), ca. 1910s
10737-139            Unidentified woman portrait, J. B. Smithson Wensleydale Studio photographer, Leyburn (England), ca. 1890s-1900s
10737-140            (Public Archives of Canada photograph) United States soldiers portrait, 20th Infantry, Fort Pembina (DT), ca. 1876

Box 16: Photographs
10737-141            (Public Archives of Canada photograph) Canadian custom house and encampments, North Pembina
10737-142            (Public Archives of Canada photograph) Chippewa dwellings and grave, island within the Lake of the Woods
10737-143            (Public Archives of Canada photograph) Lake of the Woods, facing northwest
10737-144            (Public Archives of Canada photograph) First boat at Fort Dufferin (Canada), spring 1873
10737-145            (Public Archives of Canada photograph) First boat at Fort Dufferin (Canada), spring 1873
10737-146            (Public Archives of Canada photograph) United States soldiers portrait, 20th Infantry, Fort Pembina (DT)
10737-147            “Greetings from Pembina” composite postcard
10737-148            F. A. Wardwell residence, Pembina, between 1880-1900
10737-149            Red River cart, Pembina, between 1880-1900

Box 17: Photographs
10737-150            Store of Charles Full, Pembina, between 1882-1900
10737-151            Store of Short Bros., Pembina, between 1880-1900
10737-152            Winchester House (Hotel), Pembina, between 1880-1900 (same as 047) (originally called Geroux Hotel, built in 1882 by Lucien Geroux, made into an apartment building, burned in 1950s?)
10737-153            First National Bank building, Pembina, between 1880-1900
10737-154            View of Pembina from Winchester House cupola, between 1880-1900
10737-155            View of Pembina from Winchester House cupola, between 1880-1900
10737-156            Court House, Pembina, before 1911
10737-157            Pembina River, between 1880-1900
10737-158            Bridge over Pembina River, between 1880-1900
10737-159            Presbyterian Church, Pembina (ND), between 1880-1900

Box 18: Photographs
10737-160            Northern Dakota Elevator Co., probably Pembina (ND), between 1880-1900
10737-161            Pembina River, between 1880-1900
10737-162            West side of Cavileer Street, Pembina (ND), between 1880-1900
10737-163            View of Pembina (ND) from Winchester House cupola, between 1880-1900
10737-164            West side of Cavileer Street, Pembina (ND)
10737-165            Winchester House in winter, Pembina (ND), between 1880-1900 (originally called Geroux Hotel, built in 1882 by Lucien Geroux, made into an apartment building, burned in 1950s?)
10737-166            (William) Mack Cavileer portrait
10737-167            Medora, Marquise de Mores portrait, ca. 1880s
10737-168            Albert J. Christopher portrait, North Dakota Representative District 1, Lee-Evanson Studio photographer, Grand Forks (ND), ca. 1953-1966
10737-169            Family portrait, left to right: Mr. Jim Thompson, daughter Laura Thompson (Steele), Mrs. Jim Thompson, Medaris photographer, East Side Square, Monticello (IL), ca. 1900
10737-170            (Copy) St. Francis Xavier Mission buildings, n.d. (some additional information on photograph)
10737-171            Pembina Museum ribbon-cutting ceremony, center: Russell Reid, superintendant of the North Dakota State Historical Society, right: Paul Brown, museum chairman, July 4, 1962

Box 19: Photographs
10737-172            A. Chale and farm building, Neche (ND), between 1890-1920
10737-173            Antoine Chale and family portrait on porch, Neche (ND), between 1900-1920
10737-174            Ridgeville and Dominion City baseball teams, Manitoba, Canada, between 1880-1910
10737-175            Interior of Pembina (ND) Sherriff's office, George Roadhouse (sheriff 1907-1911), and John Anderson (deputy sheriff), ca. 1907-1911
10737-176            Pembina County Court House exterior, ca. 1950s (dedicated November 7, 1913)
10737-177            Bathgate(ND) School for the Blind, became Pioneer Rest Home), after 1908
10737-178            Pallbearers at Edna Somers’ funeral, left to right: Ida McKibben Gustafson, Mary Teasdale Patterson, Edna Thomson Johnson, Gladys Bellamy, ca. August 2, 1905
10737-179            Edna Somers and dog portrait, between 1895-1905
10737-180            Threshing scene with Billy Homer’s (or Hamer) Hart Parr tractor engine (J. R. Brown owned the outfit), Pembina County, ca. 1890s-1910

Box 20: Photographs
10737-181            Seth Leslie Hartzell and Edward Bascom murder trial, Pembina (ND), Anderson & Hartvig photographer, Hallock (MN), ca. January 1905
10737-182            Hartzell and Bascom trial jury, Pembina (ND), ca. January 1905 (W. J. London, Watts, Steve Soper, John Taylor, Arthur Storms and Charls Karl are identified)
10737-183            Seth Leslie Hartzell and Edward Bascom murder trial, Pembina (ND), January 1905
10737-184            Unidentified ship with right inset: President Woodrow Wilson and left inset: unidentified naval officer
10737-185            Wheat harvest scene, ND
10737-186            Wheat harvest scene portrait, Reid Farm, St. Vincent (MN), A. H. Anderson photographer, Hallock (MN), ca. 1904
10737-187            Joseph Daniels portrait, 1871
10737-188            Nathan Myrick portrait, C. M. Bell photographer, 463 and 465 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C., before 1903
10737-189            F. A. Wardwell portrait, 1873
10737-190            Portrait, back: W. H. Moorhead, front left: Chas Cavileer, front right: H. S. Donaldson

Box 21: Photographs
10737-191            Captain M. L. McCormack portrait, Haynes photographer, St. Paul (MN), March 1871
10737-192            J. C. Myrick portrait, August 1888
10737-193            Jim Elton portrait (some identification on photograph), Blackburn photographer, 314 ½ De Mers Ave., Grand Forks (ND), 1872
10737-194            William Henderson portrait, taken at 80 years and 5 months, arrived (location unknown) in September 1872, A. H. Anderson photographer, Hallock (MN)
10737-195            S. W. Fry portrait, born in Worchester County (MA), settled in Pembina (DT) in September 1866
10737-196            Jud. Winchester portrait, Bishop Bros. photographer, Minneapolis (MN), December 15, 1875
10737-197            N. E. Nelson portrait (arrived in Pembina in May 1869, first Collector of Customs after statehood, Mayor of Pembina 1890-1895 and 1899-1907)
10737-198            P. St. Amour portrait, Kitchin photographer, Red River Valley Photo Card
10737-199            Geo. Allord(?) portrait, P. H. Gagnon photographer, 1507 Re Ste. Catherine, Montreal (Canada), 1871
10737-200            J. W. Taylor portrait, Zimmerman and Whitstruck photographer, St. Paul (MN)

Box 22: Photographs
10737-201            James A. Jenks portrait, Gibson photographer, World’s Columbian Exhibition, Jackson Park, Chicago (IL) (permanent address: 12 W. Huron St., Ann Arbor (MI))
10737-202            Shep. M. Moorhead portrait, Pembina (ND), Short Bros. photographer, Pembina (ND), 1889
10737-203            H. R. Vaughn portrait, Charles Moore photographer, Pembina (DT), before 1889
10737-204            Dr. C. B. Harris portrait, Steele & Wing photographer, 474 Main Street, Winnipeg (MB)
10737-205            William R. Goodfelow portrait, Bell’s photographer, Pembina (DT), before 1889
10737-206            Emil Wendt portrait, Short Bros. photographer, Pembina (ND), ca. 1889-1892
10737-207            J. Cavileer portrait (some identification on photo), Couteau & Morris photographer, 301 N. E. 2nd Street, Minneapolis (MN), ca. 1890-1910
10737-208            Joseph Chapman portrait, ca. 1880s-1890s
10737-209            William Budge portrait, Blackburn photographer, Grand Forks (ND), ca. 1880s-1890s
10737-210            James Mullagan portrait, ca. 1880s

Box 23: Photographs
10737-211            J. Haycock portrait (some identification on photo)
10737-212            Nutting portrait
10737-213            Unidentified man portrait, A. H. Anderson portrait, Hallock (MN)
10737-214            Old Post Office, probably Pembina (DT), 1863
10737-215            J. D. Winlaw portrait, Haynes photographer, St. Paul (MN)
10737-216            M. T. Rich portrait, settled in 1869, namesake of Richland County (ND)
10737-217            Dr. Porteus portrait
10737-218            D. M. Moorhead portrait, Dabbs photographer, Pittsburg (PA)
10737-219            Sitting Bull portrait, Naylor Studio photographer, Mandan (ND)
10737-220            Joseph Rolette portrait

Box 24: Photographs
10737-221            John Otten portrait wearing Civil War Medals, William R. Miller photographer, St. Paul (MN), ca. 1870s-1890s
10737-222            Captain Alexander Griggs portrait (considered the founder of Grand Forks (DT), came in May 1870), L. D. Judkins photographer, Bismarck (DT), before 1889
10737-223            Major William Camp portrait, ca. 1870s-1890s
10737-224            Two unidentified with three young moose, Pembina (ND), 1889
10737-225            Flooded street, Pembina (DT), Moore & McGruer photographer, Pembina (DT), before 1889
10737-226            Arthur Welford Farm, Pembina (ND), ca. 1940s
10737-227            Pembina (ND) American Legion Kern-Thompson Post No. 77 members portrait (some identification on portrait), St. Paul (MN), Galling(?) photographer, St. Paul (MN), taken during 6th National American Legion Convention in St. Paul, September 15-19, 1924
10737-228            Pembina (ND) baseball team portrait: left to right: W. Rondeau, J. Copeland, Johnson, R. V. Guackenbush, V. Kerr, B. Winkler, B. Bouette, M. H. Miller, R. Johnson, G. Symington, S. Shumaker and Wade Cook (not pictured), 1925

Box 25: Photographs
10737-229            Pembina High School Women’s basketball team portrait: Edna Rhoadhouse (Rhodhous), Laura Douglas, Pearl Asselstine (Asseltine), Charles King, Kate Kneeshaw, Kate King, Enid Schwitzer (Switzer), Maggie Arnason, Gladys Harris, Evelyn Heneman, H. A. Campbell photograph, Pembina (ND), 1909
10737-230            Curling rink and players, probably Pembina County (ND), Rindahl photographer, Grafton (ND), ca. 1904-1921
10737-231            Bourgeois Farm on Pembina River (ND), W. Campbell photographer, Neche (ND), ca. 1906-1914
10737-232            Bowesmont (ND) baseball team portrait: Harold Bond, Frank Littlejohn, Frank Zorba, Bob Dowdell, Roy Bond, Bob Spence, Alex Stinson, O. W. Thomson, Robert Halerow, and Isaac Stinson, Anderson & Hartvig photographers, Hallock (MN), ca. 1904
10737-233            Harvest scene, Bathgate (ND), ca. 1910s-1920s

Box 26: Photographs
10737-234            H. A. Portman carte de visite, M. H. Porter photographer, Kalamazoo, (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-235            Unidentified Métis woman carte de visite, S. B. Smith photographer, Marshall (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-236            Unidentified boy carte de visite, S. B. Smith photographer, Marshall (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-237            Y. A. Baker carte de visite, J. Bullock photographer, Geneva Lake (WI), ca. 1870s
10737-238            Flora G. Monson carte de visite, Bethlehem, Connecticut, Ruggles photographer, New Haven (CT), ca. 1880s
10737-239            Unidentified woman carte de visite, L. B. Smith photographer, Marshall (MI), ca. 1890s
10737-240            Unidentified woman carte de visite, W. V. Ranger photographer, Syracuse (NY), ca. 1870s
10737-241            Unidentified woman carte de visite, W. M. Wires photographer, Lynn (MA), ca. 1870s
10737-242            Unidentified woman carte de visite, E. L. Brand & Co. photographer, Chicago (IL) (same image as 286)
10737-243            Unidentified man carte de visite, J. V. Cookingham photographer, Jackson (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-244            Unidentified man carte de visite, J. V. Cookingham photographer, Jackson (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-245            Carrie [last name unknown] carte de visite, Ruggles photographer, New Haven (CT), ca. 1870s
10737-246            Unidentified man carte de visite, George Perkins New Parlor Gallery photographer, Denison (TX), ca. 1877
10737-247            Unidentified woman carte de visite, W. Sawtell photographer, Marshall (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-248            Unidentified woman carte de visite, Powelson photographer, Detroit (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-249            Marie Currie carte de visite, Fenando Dessaur photographer, New York (NY), ca. 1870

Box 27: Photographs
10737-250            Unidentified woman carte de visite, Nims photographer, Fort Edward (NY), ca. 1870s
10737-251            Unidentified woman carte de visite, Klein photographer, Chicago (IL), ca. 1870s
10737-252            Nellie Bird carte de visite, Clark photographer, Pittsfield (MA), ca. 1875
10737-253            Mary H. Hollingsworth portrait, Essery photographer, St. Paul (MN), ca. 1884
10737-254            Unidentified man carte de visite, C. L. Howe photographer, Brattleboro (VT), ca. 1870s
10737-255            Unidentified military man portrait, Jacoby photographer, Minneapolis (MN), ca. 1880-1890
10737-256            Amy Marie Burke and Ada Pleveland Burke carte de visite, twin baby girls, born October 5, 1885, Haynes photographer, Fargo (DT), ca 1885-1886
10737-257            Unidentified man carte de visite, F. Jay Haynes photographer, Fargo (DT), before 1889
10737-258            Unidentified woman and child, ca. 1890s
10737-259            Lily B. Keen carte de visite, M. F. King photographer, Portland (ME), December 11, 1875
10737-260            Mae Tajau(?) carte de visite, Brady’s National Photographic Portrait Galleries photographer, New York (NY) and Washington, D.C., ca. 1870s
10737-261            Unidentified woman carte de visite, Smith’s Gallery photographer, Marshall (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-262            Unidentified man carte de visite, Randall photographer, Detroit (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-263            Unidentified woman carte de visite, Julius Bethgay photographer, Springfield (IL), ca. 1870s
10737-264            Unidentified woman carte de visite, S. B. Smith photographer, Marshall (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-265            Unidentified woman carte de visite, Bronson & Bingham photographer, Pittsburgh (PA), ca. 1870s
10737-266            Unidentified man carte de visite, S. B. Smith photographer, Marshall (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-267            Unidentified woman carte de visite, Tuttle photographer, Bridgeport (CT), ca. 1870s
10737-268            Unidentified woman carte de visite, S. B. Smith photographer, Marshall (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-269            Unidentified man carte de visite, T. Crispell photographer, Battle Creek (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-270            Unidentified woman carte de visite, S. B. Smith photographer, Marshall (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-271            Unidentified man with instruments carte de visite, J. E. Mast’s photograph & Tintype Gallery, Marshall (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-272            Unidentified man carte de visite, C. L. Howe photographer, Brattleboro (VT), ca. 1870s

Box 28: Photographs
10737-273            James Lyete(?) carte de visite, F. Jay Haynes photographer, Moorhead (MN), ca. 1870s-1880s
10737-274            Unidentified man carte de visite, C. L. Howe photographer, Brattleboro (VT), ca. 1870s
10737-275            Unidentified woman carte de visite, C. C. Packard photographer, Kalamazoo (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-276            Unidentified woman carte de visite, Haynes photographer, Fargo (DT), before 1889
10737-277            Annie (last name unknown) carte de visite, L. W. Cook photographer, Boston
(MA), ca. 1870s
10737-278            Unidentified man carte de visite, S. B. Smith photographer, Marshall (MI), ca. 1870s       
10737-279            Unidentified man carte de visite, C. L. Howe photographer, Brattleboro (VT), ca. 1870s
10737-280            Unidentified woman carte de visite, C. L. Howe photographer, Brattleboro (VT), ca. 1870s (same woman as 332)
10737-281            Unidentified man carte de visite, Mast photographer, Marshall (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-282            Unidentified woman carte de visite, S. B. Smith photographer, Marshall (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-283            Unidentified man carte de visite, S. B. Smith photographer, Marshall (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-284            Unidentified child carte de visite, taken at 5 months old, blue eyes, F. Jay Haynes photographer, Fargo (DT), ca. 1880
10737-285            Unidentified woman carte de visite, S. B. Smith photographer, Marshall (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-286            Souise Witt carte de visite, E. L. Brand & Co. photographer, Chicago (IL) (same image as 242), ca. 1870s
10737-287            Unidentified man carte de visite, Emery & Haywood photographer, Brattleboro (VT), ca. 1870s
10737-288            Unidentified woman carte de visite, ca. 1870s

Box 29: Photographs
10737-289            Unidentified man portrait, F. Jay Haynes photographer, Fargo (DT), before 1889
10737-290            Unidentified woman and child portrait, F. Jay Haynes photographer, Fargo (DT), before 1889
10737-291            Unidentified man portrait, F. Jay Haynes photographer, Fargo (DT), before 1889
10737-292            Unidentified woman carte de visite, S. B. Smith photographer, Marshall (MI), ca. 1870s
10737-293            Unidentified woman carte de visite, Northam & Bowley photographer, Winchester (VA), ca. 1870s
10737-294            Unidentified man carte de visite, C. L. Howe photographer, Brattleboro (VT), ca. 1870s
10737-295            Unidentified woman carte de visite, C. L. Howe photographer, Brattleboro (VT), ca. 1870s
10737-296            Unidentified child carte de visite, F. Jay Haynes photographer, Fargo (DT), before 1889
10737-297            Bessie (last name unknown) portrait, Clark photographer, Pittsfield (MA), ca. 1870s
10737-298            Unidentified child portrait, F. Jay Haynes photographer, Fargo (DT), before 1889
10737-299            Unidentified man portrait, Robinson photographer, Michigan City (IN), ca. 1870s
10737-300            Unidentified children portrait, F. Jay Haynes photographer, Fargo (DT), before 1889
10737-301            Unidentified woman portrait, S. B. Smith photographer, Marshall (MI), December 1, 1877

Box 30: Photographs
10737-302            Two unidentified men portrait (tintype)
10737-303            Unidentified woman and man with Japanese pagoda in background (tintype)
10737-304            Two unidentified men portrait (tintype)
10737-305            Three unidentified women portrait (tintype)
10737-306            Two unidentified men portrait (tintype)
10737-307            Two unidentified women and man portrait (tintype)
10737-308            Unidentified boy and girl portrait (tintype)
10737-309            Two unidentified men portrait (tintype)
10737-310            Unidentified group of African American women portrait (tintype)
10737-311            Unidentified woman portrait (tintype)
10737-312            Unidentified woman and man portrait (tintype)
10737-313            Two unidentified young women and young man portrait (tintype)
10737-314            Unidentified girl portrait, with baby carriage and doll (tintype)

Box 31: Photographs
10737-315            John F. Kennedy portrait, handwritten note on photo to Mayor Albert Christopher
10737-316            Hjalmar C. Nygaard portrait, US Representative from ND, ca. 1961 (handwritten note on photo to Albert Christopher, additional information on paper with photo, Miller photographer, Washington, D.C.)
10737-317            Don L. Short portrait, US Representative from ND, ca. 1958 (handwritten note on photo to Albert Christopher, additional information on paper with photo, Miller photographer, Washington, D.C.)
10737-318            General Dwight Eisenhower portrait, handwritten note on photo to Albert J. Christopher, additional information on card with photo
10737-319            United States Senator for North Dakota Milton Young portrait, handwritten note on photo to Albert J. Christopher
10737-320            Albert J. Christopher (center), Commander and most of Platoon 1, Co. A., Battalion 144, United States Navy Seabees
10737-321            Unidentified military man portrait, ca. 1917
10737-322            Ferry boat crossing river, Pembina (ND), ca. 1890-1910
10737-323            Winchester House, originally called Geroux Hotel, ca. 1910s (built in 1882 by Lucien Geroux, made into an apartment building, burned in 1950s?)
10737-324            Pembina (ND) Mayor Alfred J. Christopher (left) and US Congressman Rolland Redlin (right) reading Pembina pamphlet in Redlin’s office, Washington, D.C., spring 1965
10737-325            Edmund K. Cavileer portrait, Postmaster of Pembina, son of Charles Turner Cavileer, ca. 1884-1890s

Box 32: Photographs
10737-326            Pioneer school portrait, with teacher and students, J. Kitchin photographer, Walhalla (ND)
10737-327            Harvest Scene on Harry Adams Farm, Portage La Prairie, Marquette, Manitoba, 1890
10737-328            Harvest Scene on Harry Adams Farm, Portage La Prairie, Marquette, Manitoba, ca. 1900-1902
10737-329            Plaque commemorating the site of the first Masonic Lodge in what would become North Dakota, Pembina (ND)
10737-330            Drayton (ND) High School graduates portrait postcard, ca. 1910
10737-331            Pembina High School graduation portrait, ca. 1908-1910,back row left to right: Christine Peterson, Charles King, Margaret Arnason, Roy Chisholm, Laura Douglas, front row left to right: Hazel Douglas, Stanley Kneeshaw, Florence Eyford, Forest Storms, Henrietta Conmy

Box 33: Photographs
10737-332            Unidentified woman portrait, C. L. Howe photographer, Brattleboro (VT) (same woman as 280), ca. 1870s
10737-333            Unidentified woman portrait, Howe photographer, Brattleboro (VT), ca. 1870s
10737-334            Unidentified man portrait, Howe photographer, Brattleboro (VT), ca. 1870s
10737-335            Unidentified woman portrait, Howe photographer, Brattleboro (VT), ca. 1870s
10737-336            Unidentified man portrait, Howe photographer, Brattleboro (VT), ca. 1870s
10737-337            Unidentified man carte de visite, Gentile photographer, Chicago (IL), ca. 1870s
10737-338            Carrie E. Wyman carte de visite, Clark photographer, Pittsfield (MA), ca. 1870s
10737-339            Unidentified woman carte de visite “our representative of the B.C.O.W  P.M.R.O.,” W. Sawtell photographer, Marshall (MI), ca. 1870s

Box 34: Photographs
10737-1129         W. J. Kneeshaw portrait, ca. 1920s
10737-1130         Susan (Randall) Kneeshaw portrait, 1914
10737-1131         Edmund Kittson Cavileer portrait, ca. 1894
10737-1132         R. M. Probstfield portrait, ca. 1859
10737-1133         William M. Cavileer portrait, ca. 1894
10737-1134         George B. Winship portrait, ca. 1897
10737-1135         John Fry portrait, ca. 1872

Scrapbook:         Industrial Development, Pembina, 1961-1962
10737-340 – 342 Plant area for Motor Coach, June 1962
10737-343 – 344 Sod breaking ceremony for the construction of new Motor Coach Industries assembly plant, shown representatives of Pembina (ND) (including Mayor Alfred Christopher) and Motor Coach Industries of Winnipeg (MB), Pembina (ND), July 24, 1962
 10737-345           Bulldozing land for construction of Motor Coach Industries assembly plant, Pembina (ND), around 1962
10737-346 – 351 Construction of Motor Coach Industries assembly plant, Pembina (ND), around 1962

Scrapbook:         State Historical Museum, Pembina, 1961-1962
10737-352            A. J. Christopher portrait, Mayor of Pembina (ND), member of local Betterment Committee, North Dakota State Representative
10737-353            Local women rake and burn leaves, Clean-Up Day, Pembina (ND) State Park, May 3, 1960
10737-354            Pembina (ND) men clearing area designated for Pembina State Museum, Clean-Up Day, near Pembina River, May 3, 1960
10737-355            Area chosen for Pembina (ND) State Museum, adjacent of Selkirk Park
10737-356 – 357 Construction of Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum, September 1960
10737-358            Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum, winter 1961
10737-359            Father Victor Drapela of the Assumption Catholic Church in Pembina (ND)
10737-360            Dignitaries at the dedication of the Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum, Robert Wardwell speaking, July 4, 1962
10737-361            Russell Reid, Superintendant of the North Dakota State Historical Society, cutting yellow ribbon at the dedication of the Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum, July 4, 1962
10737-362            Trudel one-room country school house in its original setting before construction of the Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum, around 1962
10737-363            Trudel one-room country school house, adjacent to Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum, around 1962
10737-364            Condemned building on grounds of the Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum, September 1960            
10737-365            Newly constructed Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum and grounds, September 1962
10737-366            Native American tools and pipes, Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum, 1962
10737-367            Miniature model of covered wagon with other modes of transportation, Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum, 1962
10737-368            Red River cart replica, Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum, 1962
10737-369            Nameplate from a Merchant Marine Liberty Ship, S. S. Francis A. Wardwell, Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum, 1962
10737-370            Display of Icelandic and Ukrainian artifacts, Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum, 1962

Scrapbook:         City Beautification, Pembina, 1961-1962
10737-371            Community betterment projects display, Pembina (ND)
10737-372            Mrs. L. R. Krafft/Ina H. Krafft in flower garden, Sub-Chairman of the Pembina (ND) City Beautification Committee
10737-373            School building and grounds in winter, Pembina (ND)
10737-374            Fall flower garden scene, Pembina (ND)
10737-375 – 377 Volunteers working at the 3rd Annual Clean-Up Day, Pembina (ND), May 28, 1962
10737-378            Unidentified monument, Pembina (ND)
10737-379 – 381 Unidentified building, Pembina (ND)
10737-382            Wagon near Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum
10737-383            Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum
10737-384            Unidentified house, Pembina (ND)
10737-385            Unidentified building and tall grass, July 1962, Pembina (ND)
10737-386            Boy and dog on porch of unidentified house, Pembina (ND)
10737-387            Flower bed beside house, Pembina (ND)
10737-388            J. L. Wood home before remodeling, Pembina (ND)
10737-389 – 392 J. L. Wood home during remodeling, Pembina (ND)
10737-393            Outdoor fireplace at J. L. Wood home, Pembina (ND)
10737-394            J. L. Wood home during remodeling, Pembina (ND)
10737-395            Newly planted trees, Pembina (ND)
10737-396            Newly planted trees, Catholic Church grounds, Pembina (ND)
10737-397            Grounds plowed around the Catholic Church grounds, September 1962, Pembina (ND)
10737-398            Catholic Church shrine after repairs, Pembina (ND)
10737-399            Newly planted trees and cleaned up alley, Pembina (ND)
10737-400            Landscaped grounds of K.C.N.D. television station studio, Pembina (ND)
10737-401 – 402 Pembina (ND) State Park and Museum after landfill
10737-403            Mr. Joe Budde collecting garbage, Pembina (ND), 1962
10737-404 – 406 New building construction, Pembina (ND)
10737-407            Unidentified church building, Pembina (ND)
10737-408            Construction of new Citizens State Bank of Neche (ND), Pembina (ND) branch, replaced Main Street location
10737-409            Unidentified house, Pembina (ND)
10737-410            Florescent lights near bridge, Pembina (ND)
10737-411            Florescent lights, Pembina (ND)
10737-412            Screened-in patio and flower bed, Pembina (ND)
10737-413 – 414 Flowers planted for alley beautification, Pembina (ND)
10737-415            Business area, Pembina (ND)
10737-416            Street sweeping, Pembina (ND)
10737-417            Park area, Pembina (ND)
10737-418            Construction of Motor Coach Industries assembly plant, Pembina (ND)
10737-419            Water tower, Pembina (ND)
10737-420            Unidentified couple, Pembina (ND), September 1962
10737-421 – 429 Flower beds and gardens, Pembina (ND), July and September 1962
10737-430            Burning of unidentified house, Pembina (ND)
10737-431            Foundation of unidentified house after demolition, Pembina (ND), October 1962
10737-432            Area near unidentified building after being cleared of high grasses, Pembina (ND)
10737-433            Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum and Trudel school house after improvements to the grounds
10737-434            Woman and newly renovated porch, Pembina (ND), September 1962
10737-435            Unidentified building after improvements, Pembina (ND), September 1962
10737-436            Flower bed beside house, newly renovated with stone edgers, Pembina (ND), September 1962
10737-437            Condemned building between Red River and Pembina River bridges, Pembina (ND), October 1962
10737-438 – 439 Construction of 7th St. and Hwy. 59 intersection, to service industrial area, Pembina (ND), October 1962
10737-440            Milfred D. Hart portrait, Chairman of the Pembina (ND) Community Betterment Committee

Scrapbook:         Pembina Community Betterment Program, Education & Youth, 1967-1968
10737-441            Pembina (ND) School building, after 1920
10737-442            Pembina (ND) School building after window replacement, 1956
10737-443            Pembina (ND) School building after gymnasium addition, 1959
10737-444 – 445 Pembina (ND) School building with gymnasium and new elementary school addition, 1965
10737-446            Pembina (ND) School’s stage and industrial arts shop
10737-447            One of Pembina (ND) School’s busses
10737-448            Donald Brintell, Superintendent of Pembina (ND) School District
10737-449            Hilda Ellingson, Principle of Pembina (ND) School, English teacher
10737-450            Linda Cristenson, Pembina (ND) School History teacher and Librarian
10737-451            David Blomquist, Pembina (ND) School Science and Math teacher
10737-452            Ronald Rydeel, Pembina (ND) School Music teacher
10737-453            Melvin Olson, Pembina (ND) School coach, Business and Physical Education teacher
10737-454            Elizabeth Sidney, Pembina (ND) School Algebra I teacher
10737-455            David Narum, Pembina (ND) School coach, Industrial Arts, Physical Education, and Drivers Education teacher
10737-456            Judy Barron, Pembina (ND) School Home Economics teacher
10737-457            Ruth Wallin, Pembina (ND) School secretary
10737-458            David Quaife, Pembina (ND) School English and German teacher
10737-459            Mrs. Christianson, Pembina (ND) School teacher
10737-460            Mrs. Billings, Pembina (ND) School teacher
10737-461            Mrs. Olson, Pembina (ND) School teacher
10737-462            Mrs. Brown, Pembina (ND) School teacher
10737-463            Mrs. Dionne, Pembina (ND) School teacher
10737-464            Mrs. McKone, Pembina (ND) School teacher
10737-465            Mrs. Layhon, Pembina (ND) School teacher
10737-466            Mrs. Borstad, Pembina (ND) School teacher
10737-467            Marie Budde, left and Elizabeth Margerum, right, Pembina (ND) School Cooks
10737-468            Max Berneth, Pembina (ND) School custodian
10737-469            Arnold Lindquist, Pembina (ND) School custodian
10737-470            Albert Bauer, left, Bill Craig, center, and Herman Thom, right, Pembina (ND) school bus drivers
10737-471            Milfred Hart portrait, Pembina (ND) School Board President
10737-472            Bernard Steffen, Pembina (ND) School Board Treasurer
10737-473            Philip Kiner, Pembina (ND) School Board Director
10737-474            Ralph Lindsay, Pembina (ND) School Board Director
10737-475            M. B. Gunderson, Pembina (ND) School Board Director
10737-476            L. B. Parker, Pembina (ND) School Board Clerk
10737-477 – 484 Unidentified children
10737-485 – 486 Pembina (ND) Preschool, high school graduating class of 1980
10737-487            Unidentified teacher using overhead projector, Pembina (ND) School
10737-488            Unidentified classroom, Pembina (ND) School, March 3, 1967
10737-489            Unidentified teacher and class, Pembina (ND) School
10737-490 – 494 Annual Pembina (ND) School Christmas Operetta, 1967
10737-495            Pembina (ND) Grade School Band
10737-496            Pembina (ND) Grade Basketball team
10737-497            Pembina (ND) girl cheerleaders
10737-498            Unidentified baton twirlers
10737-499            High School students playing in snow in front of school, Pembina (ND)
10737-500            Donna Pelletier, 1967-1968 Senior Class valedictorian, Pembina (ND)
10737-501            Suzanne Ottem, 1967-1968 Senior Class salutatorian, Pembina (ND)
10737-502            High School Library, Pembina (ND)
10737-503            Pembina (ND) School Science Department classroom
10737-504            Thermofax and duplicator machine, Pembina (ND) School
10737-505            Unidentified man and gymnastic climbing rope, Pembina (ND) School
10737-506            Unidentified woman operating a slide projector, Pembina (ND) School
10737-507            Unidentified girl using sewing machine, Pembina (ND) School Home Economics Department
10737-508            Unidentified student operating a lathe, Industrial Arts Department, Pembina (ND) School
10737-509            Unidentified student operating a radial arm saw, Industrial Arts Department, Pembina (ND) School
10737-510            Unidentified student using a band saw, Industrial Arts Department, Pembina (ND) School
10737-511            Pembina (ND) High School Band officers, left to right: L. Fritz, G. Schroeder, C. Hart, and S. Myrick, 1967 or 1968
10737-512            Ronald Rydell, Music Director, Pembina (ND) School
10737-513            Concert Band portrait, Pembina (ND) High School, 1967 or 1968
10737-514            Marching Band, Pembina (ND) High School, 1967 or 1968
10737-515            Paul Myrick, practicing trumpet for the District Festival, 1967 or 1968
10737-516            Girls’ Chorus, Pembina (ND) High School, 1967 or 1968
10737-517            Boys’ Chorus, Pembina (ND) High School, 1967 or 1968
10737-518            Mixed Chorus, Pembina (ND) High School, 1967 or 1968
10737-519            Pembina (ND) High School Senior Class play cast portrait, “Rocket in his Pocket”, Mrs. Ellingson, director, center, 1967 or 1968
10737-520 – 521 Homecoming float, 1967
10737-522            Pembina (ND) High School Junior Class play cast, “Bolts and Nuts”, January 20, 1968
10737-523            High School boys basketball team portrait, Pembina (ND), 1967-1968
10737-524            High School football team portrait, 3rd place in conference, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-525            Charles Hart receiving 3rd place trophy at district basketball tournament at Cavalier (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-526            Pembina (ND) High School football game, Pembina in dark jerseys, 1967 or 1968
10737-527            District high school boys basketball tournament, Pembina (dark jerseys) beats St. Thomas (light jerseys), game for 3rd and 4th place, 1967 or 1968
10737-528            Pembina (ND) High School football game, Pembina in dark jerseys, 1967 or 1968
10737-529            Pembina (ND) High School baseball team, placed 2nd at state, 1967 or 1968
10737-530            Pembina (ND) High School track team, 1967 or 1968
10737-531            Lettermen, Pembina (ND) High School, 1968
10737-532            Pembina (ND) High School cheerleaders, 1967 or 1968
10737-533            Girls Athletic Pep Association, Pembina (ND) High School, 1967 or 1968
10737-534            Judy Keller and Jim Keller, Pembina (ND) High School Ping Pong Tournament mixed doubles champions, 1967 or 1968
10737-535            Dean Ritter, Boys’ Singles Champion and Loretta Snyder, Girls’ Singles Champion, Pembina (ND) High School Ping Pont Tournament, 1967 or 1968
10737-536            Girls basketball team, Pembina (ND) High School, 1967 or 1968
10737-537            Girls volleyball team, Pembina (ND) High School, 1967 or 1968
10737-538            Unidentified man and trampoline, Pembina (ND) High School
10737-539            High School graduation, two unidentified graduates, Pembina (ND) High School auditorium, May 23, 1968
10737-540            High School Senior Banquet, Pembina (ND) High School gymnasium, May 6, 1968
10737-541            Two unidentified prom couples, Junior Prom, Pembina (ND) High School gymnasium, May 3, 1968
10737-542            Nancy Taylor portrait, 1968 Girls Sate delegate from Pembina, 1967 or 1968
10737-543            Loretta Snyder portrait, 1968 Girls State alternated delegate from Pembina, 1967 or 1968
10737-544            Janice Parker portrait, 1968 Girls State delegate from Pembina, 1967 or 1968
10737-545            Gerald Lindsay portrait, 1968 Boys State delegate from Pembina,1967or 1968
10737-546            Dane Kern portrait, 1968 Boys State delegate from Pembina,1967or 1968
10737-547            William or Bill Margerum portrait, 1968 Boys State delegate from Pembina,1967or 1968
10737-548            Unidentified boy in a wheelchair, Pembina (ND)
10737-549            Unidentified boy and tricycle, Pembina (ND)
10737-550            Two unidentified crippled children, Crippled Children’s Camp
10737-551            Assumption Catholic Church, Pembina (ND)
10737-552            Confirmation class, instructed by Fr. Webber, right, Assumption Catholic Church, Pembina (ND)
10737-553            Unidentified Catholic Youth Organization members maintaining Assumption Catholic Church lawn, Pembina (ND)
10737-554            Pioneer United Methodist Church, Pembina (ND)
10737-555            Confirmation Class, Rev. Ralph G. Kallwiet, right, Pioneer United Methodist Church, Pembina (ND), 1968
10737-556            Methodist Youth Fellowship members attending Sunday School, Pioneer Methodist Church, Pembina (ND)
10737-557            Children’s Choir, Pioneer Methodist Church, Pembina (ND), June 1968
10737-558            Third grade Sunday School class, Pioneer Methodist Church, Pembina (ND)
10737-559            Methodist Youth Fellowship members attending Sunday School, Pioneer Methodist Church, Pembina (ND)
10737-560            Lutheran Church, Pembina (ND)
10737-561            1968 Confirmation Class, Rev. John Wellenzien, back left, Lutheran Church, Pembina (ND)
10737-562            Interior sanctuary after improvements, Lutheran Church, Pembina (ND), after May 24, 1968
10737-563            Kindergarten Sunday School class, Lutheran Church, Pembina (ND)
10737-564 – 574 Pembina (ND) Boy Scout Troop 33, 1968
10737-575            Boy Scouts packing for trip to Camp Wabaunaquat near Ogema (MN), Pembina (ND), July 1968
10737-576            Boy Scouts canoeing, Camp Wabaunaquat, near Ogema (MN), July 1968
10737-577            Boy Scout leaving for Camp Wabaunaquat near Ogema (MN), Pembina (ND), July 1968
10737-578            Boy Scouts swimming, Camp Wabaunaquat, near Ogema (MN), July 1968
10737-579            Pembina (ND) Cub Scouts Troop 33 meeting, Pembina (ND) City Hall, March 26, 1968
10737-580            Pembina (ND) Cub Scouts receiving awards at meeting, Pembina (ND) City Hall, March 26, 1968
10737-581            Pembina (ND) Boy Scouts canoeing at the Lake of the Woods, Morson (ON)
10737-582            Masked trick-or-treaters, Pembina (ND), October 31, 1968
10737-583 – 584 Unidentified children Trick or Treating for UNICEF, October 31, 1968
10737-585            John K. Hansen portrait, Ph.D. in Education
10737-586            Robert C. McKone portrait, physician and surgeon
10737-587            Neal Snider, clergyman
10737-588            Mel Christopher, Assistant General Counsel member, U.S. Arms Controls Agency
10737-589            Charles Pede, Airline pilot
10737-590            Charles Grumbo, State Tax Analyst
10737-591            Allen S. Heneman, Long Lines Battalion, U.S. Military man
10737-592            Russel Hart portrait, clergyman
10737-593            Gary Rene, left, dentist and Harold Rene, right, Federal Government Agent at Internal Revenue Services
10737-594            Larry Oakes portrait, dentist

Scrapbook:         Pembina Community Betterment Program, Recreation & Culture, 1967-1968
10737-595            Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum, 1962
10737-596            Trudel School house, 1962
10737-597            Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum before improvements
10737-598            Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum with Heritage Center housing Elmer Barry Collection, left, 1965
10737-599            Shrine on Assumption Catholic Church grounds, Pembina (ND)
10737-600            Assumption Catholic Church, Pembina (ND)
10737-601            Assumption Catholic Church, Pembina (ND)
10737-602            Assumption Catholic Church, built in 1881, Pembina (ND)
10737-603            Assumption Catholic Church with new addition, Pembina (ND), August 1968
10737-604            Lutheran Church, Pembina (ND), June 1968
10737-605            Interior sanctuary of Pembina (ND) Lutheran Church, June 1968
10737-606            Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church of St. John the Baptist, Pembina (ND), June 1968
10737-607            Pioneer Memorial Methodist Church, Pembina (ND), June 1968
10737-608            Dakota Portraits exhibit case, including pioneer wedding artifacts, Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum
10737-609            Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pariseau
10737-610            Edward W. Conmy and family
10737-611            United States Customs Office building, Pembina (ND)
10737-612            United States Customs building interior display, Pembina (ND)
10737-613            Corwin S. Snyder portrait (last Customs Collector and first Director of Customs, District No. 34 at Pembina and mayor of Pembina, 1961-1978)
10737-614            Pembina County Centennial display case, Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum, August 1967 or 1968
10737-615            KCND Television Station Studio, Pembina (ND)
10737-616            KCND Television Station display, Pembina (ND)
10737-617            Motor Coach Industries assembly plant, Pembina (ND)
10737-618            Elmer E. Barry, Pioneer Historian or Historical Award award recipient
10737-619            Scrap Book Workers, Pembina (ND)
10737-620            City Hall, Pembina (ND), June 1968
10737-621            Snack bar at Teen Canteen, Pembina (ND), June 1968
10737-622 – 623 Teens dancing, Teen Canteen, Pembina (ND) City Hall
10737-624            The Mongrels band playing at the Teen Canteen, Pembina (ND) City Hall
10737-625 – 626 Teens playing ping pong, Teen Canteen, Pembina (ND) City Hall, June 1968
10737-627            Teens playing cards, Teen Canteen, Pembina (ND) City Hall, June 1968
10737-628 – 630 Memorial Day parade, Pembina (ND), May 30, 1968
10737-631            Memorial Day ceremony, Pembina (ND), May 30, 1968
10737-632            Memorial Day parade, Pembina (ND), May 30, 1968
10737-633            Boy Scouts in Memorial Day parade, Pembina (ND), May 30, 1968
10737-634            Old fire truck in July 4th Parade, Pembina (ND), 1968
10737-635            Game and Fish Department in July 4th Parade, Pembina (ND), 1968
10737-636 – 639 July 4th Parade, Pembina (ND), 1968
10737-640 – 641 Lady’s Horseshoe Contest, Pembina (ND), July 4, 1968
10737-642            Snack stand, Pembina (ND), July 4, 1968
10737-643            Baseball game, Pembina (ND), July 4, 1968
10737-644            Golfers at Annual Club Tournament, LaMoure Memorial Golf Club, Pembina (ND), June 30, 1968
10737-645            Golfers at Open Golf Tournament, LaMoure Memorial Golf Club, Pembina (ND), July 28, 1968
10737-646            Explorers and Fur Traders Exhibit display case, Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum
10737-647            Pembina State Historical Museum History 1959-1968 Exhibit display case, Pembina State Historical Museum, 1968
10737-648 – 650 Exhibits, Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum
10737-651 – 657 Ladies Golf Tournament, LaMoure Memorial Golf Club, Pembina (ND), July 25, 1968
10737-658            Pembina Pee Wee baseball team practice, Pembina (ND), July 1968
10737-659            Pembina Pee Wee baseball game, June 1968
10737-660            Baseball tournament trophies, Pembina (ND) State Bank, June 1968
10737-661 – 662 Ladies softball game, Pembina (ND), July 1968
10737-663            Mowing the Community Park, Pembina (ND), July 1968
10737-664            Community Park bandstand, Pembina (ND), June 1968
10737-665            Mowing the Community Park, Pembina (ND), June 1968
10737-666            Children play on playground in the Community Park, Pembina (ND), July 1968
10737-667            Vehicles parked at the Community Park, Pembina (ND), July 1968
10737-668            Children on merry-go-round at the Community Park, Pembina (ND), July 1968
10737-669            Swing set at the Community Park, Pembina (ND), June 1968
10737-670 – 671 Vacant lot flower bed, Main Street, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-672            Marker of site of first North Dakota Masonic Lodge, Pembina (ND), July 1968
10737-673            Old band stand, new pavilion left, before demolition, Community Park, Pembina (ND), June 1968
10737-674            Unknown Soldier’s grave marker, Pembina (ND), June 1968
10737-675            Community Park pavilion and outhouse, Pembina (ND), June 1968
10737-676 – 677 Skaters at Pembina (ND) skating rink, winter 1967-1968
10737-678            W. Larson’s daughters, Pembina (ND), April 1966
10737-679            Baseball player snowman, W. Larson home, Pembina (ND), June 1968
10737-680            Recreation Center and Curling Rink donations poster, Pembina (ND), 1968
10737-681            Packing parachute canopies for skydiving at airport, Pembina (ND), June 1968
10737-682            Propeller airplanes and skydiver at airport, Pembina (ND), June 1968
10737-683            Glider airplane taking off at airport, Pembina (ND), June 1968
10737-684 – 685 Skydivers landing near airport, Pembina (ND), 1968

Scrapbook:         Pembina Community Betterment Program, Business Activities, 1967-1968
10737-686            Sign erected by the Pembina (ND) Business Men’s Club, on approach to Pembina on Interstate 29, 1968
10737-687 -689 Pembina (ND) Betterment Committee, Business Activities Subcommittee working on scrapbooks (some identification with photos), Pembina (ND), 1968
10737-690            Bridge and sign near Pembina (ND)
10737-691            Standard Oil gas station, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-692            Farm equipment, Bertsch Trucking Corp., 1968
10737-693            Ready-Mix cement plant, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-694            Tangle-proof Co. fishnet factory, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-695            Alternac International Manufacturing Co., made emergency mobile power units, Pembina (ND), 1968
10737-696            Red Roost Motel, owned and operated by Mrs. And Mrs. Don or Dan Derragan, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-697            Controlled Environments Inc. germination plant building, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-698            Plant growth chamber, Controlled Environments Inc. germination plant, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-699            Ron Clow, representative on Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., Pembina (ND)
10737-700            Tastee-freez before expansion, Pembina (ND), before June 1968
10737-701            Tastee-freez after expansion, Pembina (ND), June 1968
10737-702            Robertson Lumber Co. before building of new office, Pembina (ND)
10737-703            Robertson Lumber Co. after building of new office, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-704            Fire trucks in front of Pembina (ND) Volunteer Fire Department
10737-705 – 706 Building a glider, Nord Aviation Inc., Pembina (ND) airport
10737-707            Tom Nord, Pembina (ND) Airport manager, with propeller airplane
10737-708            Tom Nord, right and Terry Nord, left, in front of Grumman Goose Amphibian plane
10737-709            Otter Tail Power Company power lines and transformers
10737-710            KCND Television station, near Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-711            New video tape machine, KCND Television station, near Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-712            Control room and electronic equipment, KCND Television station, near Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-713            Background set, right, and filming of a television segment, KCND Television station, near Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-714 – 717 Motor Coach manufacturing plant, Pembina (ND)
10737-718            Loeffler’s house, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-719            Taylor’s house, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-720            Cartwright’s house, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-721            Headley’s house, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-722            Crawford’s house, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-723            Barron’s house, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-724            Bertsch’s house, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-725            Johnson’s house, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-726            Assumption Catholic Church rectory under construction, Pembina (ND), 1968
10737-727            Evangelical Free Church under construction, Pembina (ND), 1968
10737-728            Margerum’s Apartment House, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-729            Wood’s Apartments, Pembina (ND) 1968
10737-730            Wood’s Apartments building, Pembina (ND)
10737-731            Maier’s Trailer Court, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-732            M. Cleem’s home, Pembina (ND), June 1968
10737-733            Cosley’s home after new addition, Pembina (ND), August 1968
10737-734            Rector’s home after improvements, Pembina (ND), August 1968
10737-735            H. Wood’s home, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-736            Backus home during improvements, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-737            B. Howry’s home during improvements, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-738            J. Johnson’s home, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-739            Vincent’s home, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-740            Benneweis’s home, Pembina (ND), July 1968
10737-741            Guttu’s home, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-742            Windt’s home, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-743            Wingert’s new garage under construction, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-745            Harvey DeMars’s home during remodeling, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-746            Citizen’s State Bank worker and proof machine, Pembina (ND), July 1968
10737-747            Pembina (ND) City water tower, 1967 or 1968    
10737-748            Interstate Drive-Inn Café, Pembina (ND), August 1968
10737-749            New sidewalk in front of post office, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-750            Skogmo’s building, Pembina (ND), 1967 or 1968
10737-751 – 752 Pembina (ND) flood, April 1966
10737-753            Assumption Catholic Church shrine during Pembina (ND) flood, April 1966
10737-754 – 756 Masonic Park during Pembina (ND) flood, April 1966
10737-757            Military duck boat during Pembina (ND) flood, April 1966
10737-758            W. Larson’s house during Pembina (ND) flood, April 1966
10737-759            Pembina River during flood, Pembina (ND), April 1966
10737-760            Unidentified woman on top of shed during Pembina (ND) flood, April 1966
10737-761            Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum during Pembina flood, April 1966
10737-762            Sandbag pile during Pembina (ND) flood, April 1966
10737-763 – 764 Sandbag dike during Pembina (ND) flood, April 1966
10737-765            Wilbur Larson’s row boat chair during Pembina (ND) flood, May 1966
10737-766            Children participating in Kiddie Parade, Pembina (ND), July 4th, 1967 or 1968
10737-767            Santa and child, Santa Day, Pembina (ND)

Scrapbook: Pembina Community Betterment, Class II, Pop. 781, 1976-1977
10737-768            Pembina city signs (ND), ca. 1976-1977
10737-769            Betterment Committee working on scrapbook, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977
10737-770            Shed before demolition, Pembina (ND)
10737-771 – 772 Shed during garbage removal before demolition
10737-773            Shed before demolition, Pembina (ND)
10737-774            Pembina (ND) City water tower with graffiti
10737-775            Pembina (ND) City water tower after painting, after August 1977
10737-776            Pembina (ND) dike before cleanup
10737-777 – 778 Pembina (ND) dike after cleanup by Merry Meadowlark 4-H Club, May 1977
10737-779 – 781 Pembina (ND) Golf Course Clean Up Day, May 7, 1977
10737-782            Pembina (ND) Golf Course after cleanup and with new sign at entrance, May 7, 1977
10737-783            Pembina (ND) railroad depot before demolition, summer 1977
10737-784 – 785 Pembina (ND) railroad depot during demolition, summer 1977
10737-786            Pembina (ND) railroad depot after demolition, summer 1977
10727-787            Pembina (ND) Lutheran Church’s sign during repainting and planter construction, 1976 or 1977
10737-788            Pembina (ND) Lutheran Church’s sign after repainting and planter construction, 1976 or 1977
10737-789            Pioneer United Methodist Church’s sign after construction, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977
10737-790            Shrine at Assumption Catholic Church after replanting trees, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977
10737-791            Methodist Thrift Shop before improvements to storefront, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977
10737-792            Methodist Thrift Shop after improvements to storefront, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977
10737-793 – 795 Football field bleachers during painting, Pembina (ND), summer 1977
10737-796 – 798 Pembina (ND) lawns and flower beds, 1977
10737-799            Painting unidentified building, Pembina (ND)
10737-800            Interstate Café and Liquor Store after painting, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977
10737-801            Group cleaning dike area, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977
10737-802            New siding and shutters on unidentified building, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977
10737-803            Dike area before cleaning, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977
10737-804            Dike area after cleaning, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977
10737-805            Masonic Lodge before new shingles, Pembina (ND)
10737-806            Masonic Lodge after new shingles, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977
10737-807 – 808 Downtown Christmas decorations, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977
10737-809 – 811 Residential flower gardens, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977
10737-812            Newly planted trees, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977
10737-813 – 814 Residential flower gardens, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977
10737-815            Wall of “The Shop” before painting, Pembina (ND), July 1977
10737-816 – 817 Wall of “The Shop” during mural painting, Pembina (ND), July 1977
10737-818            Unidentified condemned building, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977
10737-819            Unidentified condemned building, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977
10737-820            Pembina (ND) policeman and Pembina County Deputy Sheriff Virgil Tronset and police vehicle, 1977
10737-821 – 822 Sidewalks being poured, Pembina (ND), August 1977
10737-823            Sidewalk, Pembina (ND), August 1977
10737-824            New sidewalk, Pembina (ND), August 1977
10737-825            Jim Beam fire truck unit, mounted on Ford chassis, Pembina (ND) Rural Fire Department, 1967 or 1977
10737-826            Pioneer United Methodist Church undergoing improvements, Pembina (ND)
10737-827            Pioneer United Methodist Church, Pembina, ND, 1976 or 1977
10737-828            Pioneer United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, Pembina (ND), July 1977
10737-829            Pembina Library after reopening, Pembina (ND), 1977
10737-830 – 831 Centurian Homemakers Club raking leaves at Pembina (ND) State Park, 1976 or 1977
10737-832 -833 Flower bed at Pembina (ND) State Park, 1976 or 1977
10737-834 – 837 Pembina (ND) State Park before improvements, 1976 or 1977
10737-838 – 839 Pembina (ND) State Park’s improved flower beds, 1976 or 1977
10737-840            Street dance, Pembina (ND), July 1, 1977
10737-841 – 842 Maury Finney and Reedsong Music Company and Reedsong Singers performing at a street dance, Pembina (ND), July 1, 1977
10737-843            Color guard, 4th of July Parade, Pembina (ND), 1977
10737-844            Clowns driving a vehicle, 4th of July Parade, Pembina (ND), 1977
10737-845 – 846 Centurian Homemakers Club Kitchen Band, 4th of July Parade, Pembina (ND), 1977
10737-847            Pembina Volunteer Fire Department fire truck and member,  4th of July Parade, Pembina (ND), 1977
10737-848            Centurian Homemakers Club Kitchen Band, 4th of July Parade, Pembina (ND), 1977
10737-849            Marching band, 4th of July Parade, Pembina (ND), 1977
10737-850            Patriotic marching band, 4th of July Parade, Pembina (ND), 1977
10737-851            Carol Hanson, left, and Evelyn Paulson, right, dressed as Bert and Ernie, respectively, of the TV show Sesame Street, Talent Show, Pembina (ND), July 4, 1977
10737-852            Talent show spectators, Pembina (ND), July 4, 1977
10737-853            Boys performing at a talent show, Pembina (ND), July 4, 1977
10737-854 -856 Recreational children’s park, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977
10737-857 – 860 Creation of a recreational children’s park, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977
10737-861            Unidentified woman planting flower bed in a recreational children’s park, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977  
10737-862            Recreational children’s park, Pembina (ND), 1976 or 1977             
10737-863 – 864 Masonic marker denoting first Lodge built in North Dakota, Pembina (ND), before spring 1977
10737-865 – 866 Land to be new site of Masonic marker denoting first Lodge built in North Dakota, Pembina (ND), spring 1977
10737-867            Pembina (ND) Little League baseball team playing a game, 1976 or 1977
10737-868            Pembina (ND) Little League baseball team, 1976 or 1977
10737-869            Pembina (ND) baseball player, 1976 or 1977
10737-870            Pembina (ND) men’s slowpitch softball team trophy, 1976 or 1977
10737-871            Pembina (ND) Little League baseball team, 1976 or 1977
10737-872            Old log school house while hosting an art show, Pembina (ND) Park, July 4, 1977
10737-873 – 876 Art show, old log school house, Pembina (ND) Park, July 4, 1977
10737-877            Men painting tennis court lines (some identification on same scrapbook page), Pembina (ND), 1977
10737-878            Playing tennis, Pembina (ND), after May 1977
10737-879            Unidentified men playing horseshoes, Pembina (ND), 1977
10737-880            Unidentified residence, Pembina (ND)
10737-881            Flower bed, Pembina (ND)
10737-882            Children collecting leaves, Pembina (ND) State Park
10737-883            Sidewalk superintendants, Pembina (ND)
10737-884            Monument at Pembina (ND) State Park
10737-885            Harold Anderson, Pembina (ND) resident, 1977 Governor’s Leadership Award recipient

Scrapbook:         Community Betterment Program, Pembina, 1978-1979
10737-886 – 887 Caricature sketches of local Pembina (ND) residents by Alice Wyman, Pembina Bank, 1979
10737-888 – 890 Scrapbook Committee working on scrapbook, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-891 – 892 Pembina (ND) poster contest winners with posters (some identification on same scrapbook page), 1979
10737-893            Unidentified woman wearing “Pembina Start of the Red River Oxcart Trail” t-shirt, 1979
10737-894            Methodist Thrift Shop building, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-895            Heneman Building, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-896            Jerde Building, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-897            Grandstand, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-898            Painting a wall mural, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-890            Jerde Building wall mural during creation, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-891            Wall mural during creation, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-892            Jaycees painting an undercoat on the Heneman Building for a wall mural, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-893            Dan Johnson, painting an undercoat on the Heneman Building for a wall mural, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-894            Del Huttunen, painting an undercoat on the Jerde Building for a wall mural, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-895            Ed Wilwand, left, and Nathan Myrick, right, painting an undercoat on the Methodist Thrift Shop building for a wall mural, Pembina (ND), 1979
 10737-896           Wall mural “Pembina’s Beginnings” on Heneman Building nearing completion, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-897            Wall mural “Progress in Pembina” on the Methodist Thrift Shop building during creation, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-898            Wall mural “The Year of the Child” on the grandstand, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-899            Wall mural “Wildlife in Early Pembina” on the Jerde Building, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-900            Bernard and Louise Steffen, “Yard of the Week” award winners, Pembina (ND), July 1979
10737-901            John and Annie Windt, “Yard of the Week” award winners, Pembina (ND), June or July 1979
10737-902            Debbie and Mark Axtman, “Yard of the Week” award winners, Pembina (ND), August 1979
10737-903            Lorraine and George Guttu, “Yard of the Week” award winners, Pembina (ND), June 1979
10737-904            Dallas and June Johnson, “Yard of the Week” award winners, Pembina (ND), July 1979
10737-905            Lena Layhon, “Yard of the Week” award winner, Pembina (ND), June 1979
10737-906            Jim Byron, left, and family, “Yard of the Week” award winners, Pembina (ND), August 1979
10737-907            Dickie and Peggy Cosley, “Yard of the Week” award winners, Pembina (ND), August 1979
10737-908            Donna Wilwand, “Yard of the Week” award winner, Pembina (ND), August 1979              
10737-909            Donna Warner, “Yard of the Week” award winner, Pembina (ND), August 1979
10737-910            Kathy Korbel, left, Marie Misson, middle, and Becky Misson, right, Merry Meadowlarks 4-H Club members, painting trash barrels, Pembina (ND), August 1979
10737-911            Unidentified women painting trash a trash barrel, 1979
10737-912            Merry Meadowlarks 4-H Club members painting trash barrels, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-913            Freshly painted trash barrels, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-914            Lewie Gooselaw, sweeping gutters, Main Street, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-915            Clarence Beck and tree stump in front of wall mural, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-916            Dike area, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-917            Flower bed, Pembina (ND) State Park, 1979
10737-918            Joel L. (Jerry) Fiegelman’s vacant house and lot, Pembina (ND), before November 1979
10737-919            Barry property, Pembina (ND)
10737-920 – 921 Demolishing the Barry property and building, Pembina (ND), November 1979
10737-922            Main Street after demolition of Barry property and building, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-923            John J. Johnson home, 2nd place in Christmas Lighting Contest, Pembina (ND), December 1979
10737-924            Christmas decorations near dike set up by Centurian Homemakers Club, Pembina (ND), 1978 or 1979
10737-925            Scott Dohner house, Pembina (ND)
10737-926            Monument in Pembina (ND) State Park
10737-927            Doug Taylor house during construction, Pembina (ND)
10737-928            Cindy Wood painting building wall, Pembina (ND)
10737-929            Group taking a First Aid and CPR class written exam, Pembina (ND) City Hall, July 23-26, 1979
10737-930            Woman practicing CPR on a dummy, Pembina (ND) City Hall, July 23-26, 1979
10737-931            Man practicing First Aid on a dummy, Pembina (ND) City Hall, July 23-26, 1979
10737-932            Woman practicing First Aid on a dummy, Pembina (ND) City Hall, July 23-26, 1979
10737-933 – 936 First Aid and CPR course, Pembina (ND) City Hall, July 23-26, 1979
10737-937            Clint Littlefield instructing a CPR course, Governor’s Offices
10737-938            Judy Brustad, First Aid and CPR trainee, Governor’s Offices
10737-939            Jana Misson instructing a First Aid and CPR course, Governor’s Offices
10737-940            Blood pressure clinic, Citizens State Bank, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-941            Pembina Area First Aid Quick Response Unit (some identification with photograph), Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-942            Harold Anderson, Pembina (ND) Community Club President, left, offers assistance to Pembina Quick Response Unit representative, center, Agnes Kern, right, 1979
10737-943            Greg Nolte, Pembina (ND) Jaycees Vice President, left, offers assistance to Pembina Quick Response Unit representative, center, Agnes Kern, right, 1979
10737-944            Pembina (ND) City Hall
10737-945 – 946 Shooters education program, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-947            Shooters education program, Rich Margerum, instructor, right, standing in white shirt, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-948            Shooters education program, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-949 – 951 Art lessons, Pembina (ND) School Home Economics room, 1979
10737-952– 953 Unidentified woman at art lesson, Pembina (ND) School Home Economics room, 1979
10737-954 – 955 Unidentified abandoned buildings, Pembina (ND)
10737-956            Site of Glen Roberts’ new home, Pembina (ND)
10737-957            Carl Pye and unidentified man in front of a recreation center, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-958            Pye’s Family Clothing Store interior and clerk, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-959            The Coffee Shop and clerk, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-960            Youth Recreation Center, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-961            Laundromat interior in the Pembina (ND) Recreation Center, 1978
10737-962            New Era Newspaper Office entrance, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-963            Woman shopping at Barb’s Gift Shop, Pembina (ND)      
10737-964 – 966 Jayceettes meeting, Pembina (ND) City Hall, 1979
10737-967            Gordon Stamn, left, and his assistant, right, installing electrical outlets in the pavilion, Pembina (ND) Park, 1979
10737-968            Pembina (ND) garbage truck, 1979
10737-969            Unidentified women and girl at a dance recital, Pembina (ND) School gym, 1979
10737-970 – 971 Girls dance recital, Pembina (ND) School gym, 1979
10737-972            Alice Wyman and Betty Brintnell painting letting on Pembina (ND) welcome sign, Pembina (ND) School shop, 1979
10737-973            Del Huttunen and Harold Anderson in front of the Pembina (ND) welcome sign, 1979
10737-974            Taxidermy display, Frontier Day, Pembina (ND), September 23, 1978
10737-975            Latch-hook art display, Frontier Day, Pembina (ND), September 23, 1978
10737-976            Artist working and surrounded by children, Frontier Day, Pembina (ND), September 23, 1978
10737-977            Lefse-making demonstration, Frontier Day, Pembina (ND), September 23, 1978
10737-978            Frontier King and Queen: Martin Maier, in red, and Liz Margerum, in white shawl, Frontier Day, Pembina (ND), September 23, 1978
10737-979            Two unidentified women in pioneer dress, Frontier Day, Pembina (ND), September 23, 1978
10737-980            Pembina (ND) Historical Society meeting, Pembina City Hall, 1978 or 1979
10737-981 – 982 Meeting concerning new Interpretive Centers in the Red River Valley (some identification on same scrapbook page), Myra Museum, Grand Forks (ND), July 14, 1979            
10737-983            Lamoure Memorial Golf Course and clubhouse under water during flood, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-984            Paul, left and Claire Margerum, right, playing golf, Lamoure Memorial Golf Course, Pembina (ND), 1979
 10737-985           Ed Wilwand playing golf, Lamoure Memorial Golf Course, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-986            New site of Masonic Park, Pembina (ND)
10737-987 – 989 Old and new sites of the Masonic Park, Pembina (ND)
10737-990            Aerial view of Pembina (ND), Donald Brintnell photographer, 1978 or 1979
10737-991 – 992 Possible locations for elderly housing, Pembina (ND), 1979
10737-993            Alice Wyman, 1979 Pembina “Outstanding Citizen”

Scrapbook:         Transportation, Pembina, 1963-1964
10737-994            North Dakota Governor William Guy stepping out of new Greyhound bus, Motor Coach assembly plant, Pembina (ND), October 29, 1963
10737-995 – 997 New Greyhound buses, Motor Coach assembly plant, Pembina (ND), 1963
10737-998            Franklin Barron, Pembina (ND) Airport Company Chairman
10737-999            Pembina (ND) Airport improvement groundbreaking ceremony, left to right: Jack Wood, James E. Popp, Mayor Albert Christopher, L. W. Burdick, and Leslie Taylor (additional information on same scrapbook page), September 30, 1964
10737-1000         Franklyn Barron, Pembina (ND) Airport improvement contractor, in front of machinery, September 30, 1964
10737-1001         Machinery used in Pembina (ND) Airport improvement project, September 30, 1964
10737-1002         Terry Nord, left, and Tom Nord, right, of Nord Aviation, in front of airplane, Pembina (ND) Airport, 1964
10737-1003         Bombing plane to be delivered to Canada, Pembina (ND) Airport, 1940
10737-1004         Nose shed for airplanes, first building erected at Pembina (ND) Airport, around 1931
10737-1005         Northwest Airways airplane, Pembina (ND) Airport, around 1931
10737-1006         Harvest bee dinner, City Hall, Pembina (ND), 1953
10737-1007         Color guard at new border inspection station dedication, Pembina (ND), June 4, 1964
10737-1008         Philip Nichols, Jr., U.S. Commissioner of Customs speaking at new border inspection station dedication, Pembina (ND), June 4, 1964
10737-1009         Speakers at new border inspection station dedication, Pembina (ND), June 4, 1964
10737-1010         Spectators at new border inspection station dedication, Pembina (ND), June 4, 1964
10737-1011         Ribbon cutting ceremony at new border inspection station dedication, Pembina (ND), June 4, 1964
10737-1012         Left to right: Border Inspectors Fitzpatrick, Ritter, and Keller, U.S. Border Inspection Station, Pembina (ND), June 4, 1964
10737-1013         New U.S Border Inspection Station, Pembina (ND), 1964
10737-1014         Challenger Bus plaque by Motor Coach Industries, 1964
10737-1015         Challenger Bus, Motor Coach assembly plant, Pembina (ND), 1964

Scrapbook:         City Beautification, Pembina, 1963-1964
10737-1016         Scrapbook Committees at work (some identification with photo), Pembina (ND), 1963 or 1964
10737-1017         Skaters at skating rink, Pembina (ND), 1963 or 1964
10737-1018         Pembina (ND) yard in spring, 1963 or 1964
10737-1019         Pembina (ND) flower bed in summer, 1963 or 1964
10737-1020 – 1022 Pembina (ND) in autumn, 1963 or 1964
10737-1023 – 1024 Pembina (ND) in winter, 1963 or 1964
10737-1025         Street in Pembina (ND)
10737-1026         Buses in front of Motor Coach assembly plant, Pembina (ND)
10737-1027         Street in Pembina (ND)
10737-1028         U.S. Customs and Immigration building, Pembina (ND)
10737-1029 – 1030 Streets in Pembina (ND)
10737-1031 – 1042 Yards and flower beds, Pembina (ND)
10737-1043         Men working, Clean Up Day, Pembina (ND), May 13, 1964
10737-1044 – 1045 Women preparing flower beds, Park Clean Up Day, Pembina (ND) Park, September 25, 1964
10737-1046         Men cleaning up Assumption Catholic Church’s shrine, Clean Up Day, May 13, 1964
10737-1047 – 1056 New homes, Pembina (ND), around 1964
10737-1057         City Hall, Pembina (ND), 1963 or 1964
10737-1058         New outhouses, Pembina (ND) State Park
10737-1059         New trash bin, downtown Pembina (ND)
10737-1060 – 1061 Site of new street, Pembina (ND)
10737-1062         Pembina (ND) School
10737-1063         Garage, Pembina (ND)
10737-1064         Tastee-freez, Pembina (ND)
10737-1065         Unidentified building, Pembina (ND)
10737-1066         Pembina (ND) School playground
10737-1067         Baseball park, Pembina (ND)
10737-1068         River, near Pembina (ND)
10737-1069         Shooting range, Pembina (ND)
10737-1070         Playground, Pembina (ND) State Park
10737-1071         Golf course, Pembina (ND)

Scrapbook:         State Historical Park and Museum Addition, 1962-1964
10737-1072         Pembina (ND) Mayor A. J. Christopher receiving an award
10737-1073 – 1076 Demolition of unidentified building, Pembina (ND), October 1964
10737-1077         Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum addition
10737-1078         Pembina (ND) State Historical Park and buildings, new addition to right
10737-1079         Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum
10737-1080         Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum addition, 1964
10737-1081 – 1082 Moving museum display cases out of storage, Pembina (ND), September 1964
10737-1083 – 1090 Pembina (ND) State Park cleanup
10737-1091         Franklin Barron in front of his earth-moving machine
10737-1092 – 1093 Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum addition
10737-1094         Old house and wrought iron fence (repurposed for Pembina Museum), Pembina (ND), August 1962
10737-1095         Repurposed wrought iron fence, Pembina (ND) State Park, 1964
10737-1096         Bridge and dam over Pembina River, Pembina (ND) State Historical Park
10737-1097         Bridge over Red River, Pembina (ND)
10737-1098         Woman fishing by Pembina River Dam, Pembina (ND) State Historical Park
10737-1099         Boaters near shore of river, Pembina (ND) State Historical Park
10737-1100         Girl and boy with fish, Pembina (ND) State Historical Park
10737-1101         Boaters on river, Pembina (ND) State Historical Park
10737-1102         Boaters and water-skier on river, Pembina (ND) State Historical Park
10737-1103         Child with fish in winter, Pembina (ND) State Park
10737-1104         Bridge and dam over Pembina River in winter, Pembina (ND) State Park
10737-1105         Skaters and skating rink, Pembina (ND)
10737-1106         Two boys showing their caught fish, Pembina (ND)
10737-1107         Ice fishing, confluence of Red and Pembina Rivers, Pembina (ND) State Park, winter 1964
 10737-1108 – 1109 Clubhouse, Judson La Moure Memorial Golf Course, Pembina (ND)
10737-1110         Judson La Moure Memorial Park plaque, Pembina (ND)
10737-1111         Boater on water, Judson La Moure Memorial Golf Course, Pembina (ND)
10737-1112 – 1114 Families playing and boating in water, Judson La Moure Memorial Golf Course, Pembina (ND)
10737-1115         Masonic Hall, formerly Pembina (ND) County District No. 1 schoolhouse, Pembina (ND)
10737-1116         Copy of photo of Pembina (ND) County District No. 1 schoolhouse, first common school in what is now North Dakota
10737-1117         Masonic Park, Pembina (ND)
10737-1118         Newly built Assumption Catholic Church, Pembina (ND), 1960
10737-1119         Dumoulin Church plaque, near Pembina (ND)
10737-1120         Interior of Assumption Catholic Church, Pembina (ND)
10737-1121         Unknown soldier grave marker, Pembina (ND) State Park, 1963
10737-1122         Skunk, near Pembina (ND)
10737-1123         Old International Boundary marker, Pembina (ND) State Park
10737-1124         United State Military Reservation marker, in front of Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum
10737-1125         Scrapbook and Planning Committee (some identification with photo), Pembina (ND)
10737-1126         Mrs. Earl (Alice) Wyman
10737-1127         Mrs. Rose Monette, Museum Attendant, in front of Pembina (ND) State Historical Museum
10737-1128         Leslie R. Taylor, Pembina civic leader, Nominee for Governor’s Award, further titles with photo

Box 35:           Photographs
10737-1129     Tractor hauling carloads of bricks, ca. 1910s
10737-1130     ND Legislature in chamber
10737-1131 – 10737-1142 Motor Coach Industries exhibit material           
10737-1143     Men standing near rail line in winter, ca. 1910
10737-1144     Farm Scene, Brown add Hunter, Orleans, MN, ca. 1910
10737-1145     Birds eye view of Pembina, winter, ca. 1906
10737-1146     Downtown Pembina, winter, ca.1906
10737-1147     Steamer Selkirk icebound on Red River (reproduction for exhibit)
10737-1148     Map of the territory of Ossiniboia with the adjacent countries exhibiting the
communications with Canada the Mississippi and Hudson’s Bay (reproduction for exhibit) (unfinished proof), from St. Mary’s Isle, 1786
10737-1149     Appointment of Edmund K. Cavileer, Postmaster of Pembina (ND), March 23, 1914
10737-1150     Pembina Building and Loan Association certificate of Corporate Existence, February 8, 1888
10737-1151     Post office at Pembina designated a postal savings depository certificate, November 24, 1911
10737-1152     World War I soldiers marching, Pembina (ND), 1919

Box 36:           Photographs
10737-1153 -   10737-11158   KCND-TV Pembina ND Exhibit poster (images of set for “live” show, main studio, main office, film room, main control center and video control)
10737-1159     North side of Main Street West, Pembina (ND), March 15, 1919 post card
10737-1160     Two women standing in entrance to building, one is holding broom, the other a pot or pan, August 7, 1910
10737-1161     E. E. Barry, Blacksmith and Mechanic, May 19, 1916
10737-1162     Presbyterian Church and gas street lamp post, Pembina (ND), 1909 postcard
10737-1163     E. E. Barry with scrap iron, 1941
10737-1164     William Langer image cut from political flyer
10737-1165     E. E. Barry threshing machine with crew, August 1908 (some identification on back)
10737-1166     Group in boat outside N. P. Headquarters during flood, April 27, 1897
10737-1167     E. E. Barry scrap iron pile, 1941
10737-1168     Unidentified group with automobile, April 1919
10737-1169     Flooding at Chas. Johnson property, 1948
10737-1170     Pioneer scene (sketch)
10737-1171     “In the heart of the Red River Valley”
10737-1172     Hunting party outside shack, ca. 1910
10737-1173     E. E. Barry threshing crew, 1910 postcard
10737-1174     Group with automobiles at Cavalier railroad depot, ca. 1915 postcard
10737-1175     Pontoon Bridge, Pembina (ND): Herbert and James Barry, 1917

Oversized material:
10737-1176     Hunting party with birds outside shack, ca. 1900 (original disposed of because of mold and water damage)
10737-1177     North Dakota Pharmaceutical Association group portrait, NDAC, Fargo (ND), August 6-8-1912 (Dewey photograph, Fargo, ND)

Early Pembina Images Exhibit 
10737-1178     Camp at Dufferin (print)
10737-1179     Men’s Quarters (print)
10737-1180     Observatory Tent (print)
10737-1181     Steamer Dakota on Pembina River (print)
10737-1182     Steamer Selkirk on Pembina River (print)
10737-1183     Steamer landing, Dawson Rout, NW Angle, Lake of the Woods (print)

Early Pembina Images, United States Army Exhibit 
10737-1184     View of US Army campsite (print)
10737-1185     United States Commission Ambulance (print)
10737-1186     United States Commission Ambulance (print)
10737-1187A  United States Army Wagon (print)
10737-1187B  Group of Officers, United States Boundary Commission, 1872
10737-1188     Scouts, H.M.N.A.B. Com.

Pembina: Gate to Canada Exhibit 
10737-1189     Corwin S. Snyder portrait, ca. 1966 (last Collector of Customs, first District Director of Customs)
10737-1190 – 10737-1191 1964 Anniversary opening of new Interstate 29 Station
10737-1192     Old Highway 81 Border Station
10737-1193     Pembina District 34 Headquarters

The 49th Parallel and Pembina Exhibit
10737-1194     United States Survey Station, Lake of the Woods
10737-1195     Surveying was difficult in the tangled virgin forest
10737-1196     The principal reference monument
10737-1197     Boundary mounds were made of dirt and sod, materials available everywhere
10737-1198 – 10737-1199      American and Canadian Customs Agency buildings, 1872

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