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State Agency Records - Department of Emergency Services- #32228

Title: Emergency Services, Department of. Public Information Office

Dates: 1964-2011           

Series Number: 32228  

Quantity:  10.75 feet

Abstract: Original accession consists of photographs, negatives, ephemera, video footage, and files on CDs. The photographs and negatives are of the State Radio Communications System, floods and other natural disasters in North Dakota, and from the dedication of the State Radio System (which also includes the ephemera). The video footage is of flooding in Fargo, an episode of Rescue 911, North Dakota National Guard films, and an Emergency Management Agency video.   

The files on the CDs include photographs, photograph descriptions, maps, reports, presentations, documents, correspondence, newspaper clippings, site inspection records, back up of the website, and weather emergency statistics by county. The files document state and national emergencies, including snow, hail, flooding, wind, tornadoes, hurricanes, fires, an airplane crash, and other disasters. Also included are trainings, meetings, conferences and parties held by the North Dakota Department of Emergency Services (NDDES), as well as Presidential Disaster Declarations, exercises, and Preliminary Damage Assessments (PDAs). Groups and individuals include the US Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), state Emergency Operations Centers (EOCs), Cub Scouts, North Dakota Department of Transportation (DOT), North Dakota State University (NDSU), Emergency Management, Emergency Management Assessment Program (EMAP), Army Corps of Engineers, and Governor John Hoeven.          

October 4, 2011 accession consists of seven discs (CDs and DVDs), including an “Old Agency video,” 2002; Department of Emergency Services/State Radio staff photographs (150); “Homeland Security VISC EMAP-DEM Animation”; “Wind/Flood” video; “E.O.C.” video; “EOC State Radio EOC DEM Video Master”; and “DES Strat Plan Brochure 2010 update.” Please see finding aid (below) for more information about each disc.

November 22, 2011 accession consists of printed material, a scrapbook, photographs, videos, newspapers, and artifacts, dating from about 1974 to 2008

February 8, 2012 accession consists of files on disasters in ND dating from 1965-1989, various slides that were taken or used by the North Dakota Department of Emergency Services (formerly Disaster Emergency Services), a map of Signal 100 sites in ND (oversized), publications, printed material, VHS tapes of aerial footage of Bismarck, Napoleon, Wishek, Lehr, Strasburg and the Marmarth levee, and photographs.

September 12, 2013 accession consists of material documenting the 1987 Garrison Dam Safety incident table top exercise, the 1985 Fort Peck dam safety exercise, and records from table top and disaster preparedness exercises held around the state in 2003 and 2004. The exercises are organized by county.

Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota acquired the Department of Emergency Services Public Information Office Records from Cecily Fong, Public Information Officer, in November 2008. The collection was processed and the inventory created in September 2009.

Additional material was donated in October 2009, April 2011, and October 2011. The finding aid was updated to reflect the added material. Originally, the title of the collection was Emergency Services, Department of. Public Information Office, Photographs. The name of the collection was changed to Emergency Services, Department of. Public Information Office, Records to reflect added material.

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

Copyrights: Public Records are not subject to copyright restrictions, although record series may contain copyrighted material. Consideration of such copyrights is the responsibility of the researcher.

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

Citation: Researchers are requested to cite the collection title, collection number, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and bibliographic references.

Transfer:             

Collection notes:  Boxes one and two were located in a scrapbook - descriptions from the
scrapbook were copied to the back of the photographs. Newspaper clippings, telegrams, and the program from the scrapbook were copied and moved to box 3.

Box / Folder Inventory

Box 1:
32228_01_01      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Temporary location during implementation of new VHF radio system, June 1976
32228_01_02      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Temporary location during implementation of new VHF radio system, June 1976
32228_01_03      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Miller’s Sheet Metal laying new duct work, June 1976
32228_01_04      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Northwester Bell setting up circuit panels, June
32228_01_05      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Don Mund instructing new Business Manager Bob Meidinger, June 1976
32228_01_06      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Glass Electric installing wiring for new system, June 1976
32228_01_07      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Oxtenko & Sons in to paint the new Center, June 1976
32228_01_08      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Oxtenko & Sons in to paint the new Center, June 1976
32228_01_09      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Installation of Northwest Bell circuits, June 1976
32228_01_10      Photograph (from scrapbook) - IBM personnel installing new system 7, June 1976
32228_01_11      Photograph (from scrapbook) - IBM personnel installing new system 7, June 1976
32228_01_12      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Warehouse at 209 S 22nd Street where all new equipment is being stored until installation is complete, 1976
32228_01_13      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Warehouse at 209 S 22nd Street where all new equipment is being stored until installation is complete, 1976
32228_01_14      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Warehouse at 209 S 22nd Street where all new equipment is being stored until installation is complete, 1976
32228_01_15      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Warehouse at 209 S 22nd Street where all new equipment is being stored until installation is complete, 1976
32228_01_16      Photograph (from scrapbook) - The first of the new Motorola Command Consoles to be brought into the Command Center on September 21, 1976
32228_01_17      Photograph (from scrapbook) - The first of the new Motorola Command Consoles to be brought into the Command Center on September 21, 1976
32228_01_18      Photograph (from scrapbook) - The first of the new Motorola Command Consoles to be brought into the Command Center on September 21, 1976
32228_01_19      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Part of Command Control Center?, 1976
32228_01_20      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Unidentified man, perhaps employee?, 1976
32228_01_21      Photograph (from scrapbook) - System 7 went into full operation on Sept. 12, 1976
32228_01_22      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Data Speed 40 terminal?, 1976
32228_01_23      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Work being done by Highway Department personnel at Highway Department sites on the new State Radio VHF system?, 1976
32228_01_24      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Work being done by Highway Department personnel at Highway Department sites on the new State Radio VHF system?, 1976
32228_01_25      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Work being done by Highway Department personnel at Highway Department sites on the new State Radio VHF system?, 1976
32228_01_26      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Work being done by Highway Department personnel at Highway Department sites on the new State Radio VHF system?, 1976
32228_01_27      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Work being done by Highway Department personnel at Highway Department sites on the new State Radio VHF system?, 1976
32228_01_28      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Cake for the dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, July 15, 1977
32228_01_29      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Man speaking at the dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, 1977
32228_01_30      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Father Cook speaking at the dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, 1977
32228_01_31      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Man speaking at the dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, 1977
32228_01_32      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Edward J. Klecker speaking at the dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, 1977
32228_01_33      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Governor Art Link speaking at the dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, 1977
32228_01_34      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Governor Art Link speaking at the dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, July 15, 1977
32228_01_35      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Governor Art Link speaking at the dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, July 15, 1977
32228_01_36      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Awards ceremony at the dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, v1977
32228_01_37      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Awards ceremony at the dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, July 15, 1977
32228_01_38      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Awards ceremony at the dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, July 15, 1977
32228_01_39      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Awards ceremony at the dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, July 15, 1977
32228_01_40      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Ribbon cutting ceremony, Art Link at dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, July 15, 1977
32228_01_41      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Ribbon cutting ceremony, Art Link at dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, July 15, 1977
32228_01_42      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Ribbon cutting ceremony, Art Link at dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, July 15, 1977
32228_01_43      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Ribbon cutting ceremony, Art Link at dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, July 15, 1977
32228_01_44      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Ribbon cutting ceremony, Art Link at dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, July 15, 1977
32228_01_45      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Plaque unveiling, Art Link at dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, July 15, 1977
32228_01_46      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Plaque unveiling, Art Link at dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, July 15, 1977
32228_01_47      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Plaque unveiling, Art Link at dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, July 15, 1977
32228_01_48      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Dedication (with Governor Art Link) of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, July 15, 1977
32228_01_49      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Dedication (with Governor Art Link) of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, July 15, 1977
32228_01_50      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, July 15, 1977
32228_01_51      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Dedication (with Governor Art Link) of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, July 15, 1977
32228_01_52      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Dedication (with Governor Art Link) of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, July 15, 1977
32228_01_53      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Woman with cake at dedication of the new VHF State Radio Communications System, Sorenson Hall, Fraine Barracks, July 15, 1977
32228_01_54      Photograph (from scrapbook) - Group in lunch room, June 11, 1977
32228_01_55      Photograph (from scrapbook) - State Radio offices, June 11, 1977
32228_01_56      Photograph (from scrapbook) - State Radio offices, June 11, 1977            

Box 2:
32228_02A_[1-25] 25 35mm negatives of Grand Forks and Red River Valley flooding, 1997
32228_02B_[1-25] 25 35mm negatives of Grand Forks and Red River Valley flooding, 1997 32228_02C_[1-25] 25 35mm negatives of Grand Forks and Red River Valley flooding, 1997
32228_02D_[1-24] 24 35mm negatives of Grand Forks and Red River Valley flooding, 2001
32228_02E_[1-13] 13 35mm negatives of Grand Forks and Red River Valley flooding, 2001

32228_02_06      Page photocopied from scrapbook - North Dakota Communications announcement, June 27, 1997; and newspaper clipping “State Radio will Switch to New System,” Bismarck Tribune, July 14, 1977
32228_02_07      Page photocopied from scrapbook - North Dakota Communications announcements, Sept. 7, 1976
32228_02_08      Photograph (laminated) - Wahpeton Park “flizzard” 1997
32228_02_09      Invitation for dedication of new VHF State radio Communications System (from scrapbook), July 15, 1977
32228_02_10      Photograph (laminated) - Cars outside Kirkwood Mall covered in snow (ND received 10-24"), Bismarck, ND, April 6, 1997
32228_02_11      Photograph (laminated) - Tornado knocks over water tower, Elgin, ND, July 4, 1978
32228_02_12      Photograph (laminated) - Spring flood, Grand Forks, 1997
32228_02_13      Photograph (laminated) - Spring flood, Grand Forks and East Grand Forks, 1997
32228_02_14      Photograph (computer printout) – State Radio employees composite, “congratulations, and best wishes, from the staff at State Radio” January 2003

Box 3:
32228_02A_[1, 7-17, 22-25]         16 prints (from negatives in box 2), 1997
32228_02B_[1-18, 21-22, 24]21 prints (from negatives in box 2), 1997
32228_02C_[1, 3, 7-25] 21 prints (from negatives in box 2), 1997

Box 4:
32228_04_01      Photograph - Employees at Command Control Center, ca 1985  
32228_04_02      Photograph - Employees at Command Control Center, n.d.
32228_04_03      Photograph - Highway Patrol at site of semi-truck accident (truck tipped over on interstate), Bismarck Tribune, June 3, 1999
32228_04_04      Photograph - Man inspecting uprooted tree which has fallen on a house, Bismarck Tribune, June 3, 1999
32228_02D [1-21] 21 prints (+ 19 duplicate prints) (from negatives in box 2), 2001
32228_02E [1-2] 2 prints (from negatives in box 2), 2001

Box 5:
32228_05_01      Photograph - State Radio Employee at Command Control Center, August (1991, 1996 or 2002)
32228_05_02      Photograph - North Dakota Highway Department building, 1998?
32228_05_03      Photograph - State Radio Employee at Command Control Center, August (1991, 1996 or 2002)
32228_05_04      Photograph - Motorola Command Console, n.d.
32228_05_05      Aerial photograph - Grand Forks and East Grand Forks flooding, 1997
32228_05_06      Aerial photograph - Grand Forks flooding, 1997
32228_05_07      Aerial photograph - Grand Forks flooding, 1997
32228_05_08      Aerial photograph - Grand Forks and East Grand Forks flooding, 1997
32228_05_09      Aerial photograph - Grand Forks and East Grand Forks flooding, 1997
32228_05_10      Photograph composite (computer printout), various staff members and events in State Radio History

Box 6:
Disc 1:   Contains 548 files arranged along the following topics: 2005, Grand Forks Red River Flood 1997 and Wahpeton flood 1997.
                                               
The 2005 items include photographs, reports, presentations, emails, and maps along the following topics: Department of Emergency Services 2005 Christmas party; Devils Lake, May 1, 2005; Devils Lake roads as dikes; Edgeley; EMAP Photos; Fargo Reserve Center; Hettinger County tornado, June 1, 2005; McHenry County, June 2, 2005; New Orleans, August 29, 2005; SE (Southeast) snow storm; Sheridan County fuel spill; SR (State Radio?) pictures; and Ward County.
                                               
The Grand Forks Red River Flood 1997 items include photographs of various image file formats, a map, and a  presentation.
                                               
The Wahpeton flood 1997 items are all photographs.

Disc 2:   Contains 846 files along the following topics: 2004, IEMC, and “temporary pictures construction misc.”

The 2004 items include photographs, presentations, a photograph caption email, contact information, map, press release, damage assessment, and a report along the following topics: Amber Alert, March 4; Barnes County tornado, July 18; Becy Ault I 29 construction; Bismarck storm, August; Bismarck winter fire; Cyanide barrels, October 11, 2004; Deep Creek fire; Devils Lake, May 12, 2004; Devils Lake, May 14, 2004; Dover Blisters; Erickson brief; Fallen soldiers; Flood, March 30, 2004; Flood, April 2, 2004; Hannover spill; Hurricane Ivan; Hurricane pictures from Florida; I photos and videos; Ice Verendrye Electric photos; July 18 Tornado; Magpie fire; McHenry County show;  Mikes creek fire; Minnesota River flooding, May 17, 2004; Miscellaneous 2004 creek and stuff photos; ND snow Cass Fargo EMS (Emergency Management Services); NDACO Exercise, September 14, 2004; NDSU EOC; NDSU EOC Photos; Old Message switch; Police; Treater fire; Walsh County, March 30, 2004; Whitetail Fire; and World Hockey (2005).
                               
The IEMC items include photographs and a presentation.

The “temporary pictures construction misc.” includes photographs, maps and a presentation of the Emergency Operations Center.

Disc 3:   Contains 270 photographs of the 1997 flooding in Grand Forks, ND.
Disc 4:   Contains 1022 files along the following years and topics: 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2006, EMAP, photos from FEMA’s webpage, Grand Forks flood anniversary, Lignite wind, and Straw fire 2001. The disc also contains one photograph of each of the following topics: Johnson’s Wrecking fire, Minot train derailment, State EOC, and train incident.

The 1999 items consist of photographs.

The 2000 items include photographs, captions for several photos, and a presentation.
                                               
The 2001 items include photographs, captions for several of the photographs, maps, scans of newspaper clippings, and presentations.
                               
The 2003 items include photographs, maps, national drought summaries, presentations, correspondence, site inspection records, and weather emergency statistics by county.
                                               
The 2006 items consist of photographs.
                               
The EMAP items consist of photographs.
                                               
The photos from FEMA’s web page consist of photographs.
                                               
The Grand Forks flood anniversary items consist of photographs.
                                               
The straw fire 2001 items includes photographs.

Disc 5:   Contains 534 files along the following topics: 2002, 2007, Lonnie State employee of the year, State Radio photos, Byron’s case study (presentation), and Disaster photos (presentation).

The 2002 items consist of: photographs, maps, documents, drought summaries, reports, and presentations.

The 2007 items consist of: photographs and photograph descriptions.
                                               
Lonnie state employee of the year consists of photographs.
                                               
State Radio consists of photographs.

2              “To This Point,” 30 minute video footage shot by FEMA of the flooding in Fargo (DVD)
3              Disc 1:   2009 flood video (DVD)
Disc 2: Emergency Services' old website back up disc (CD), n.d.  
 Disc 3:  Division of Emergency Management Agency Video (DVD), n.d. 
Disc 4: Episode of Rescue 911 from Sargeant County (DVD), 1994
Disc 5:   Photos of the FEMA Congressional Tour of Devils Lake 2010, Photos by
Tom Kempton R8 (CD), 2010
Disc 6: ND National Guard “A Call To Service… Continuing the Call, 2005-2008”
Disc 7: ND National Guard “Guarded Waters: ND National Guard 2009 Flood Fight”
DEM-1 Daily newscasts beginning February 01, (digital video cassette), 2001?     
                               
4              Disc 1:   “Old Agency video,” Produced by Pat Scott, Directed and Edited by
Johnathan Haugen, created in 2002 (DVD)
Disc 2: Department of Emergency Services/State Radio staff photographs, 150
portraits (JPEG or RAW file type) (CD)
Disc 3: “Homeland Security VISC EMAP-DEM Animation”
Includes raw footage for NDDES video, ca 2001; Mercer County 911 dispatch, ca 2001; Mary Senger – Burleigh County Emergency Management, ca 2001; Rick Robinson, Governor Hoeven, Doug Frieze, Wayne Baron, Lynn Clanay, EMAP Accreditation, ca October 2004; Communications training video; and a post-9/11 ND National Guard video.
Disc 4: “Wind/Flood” - Includes footage of the ND National Guard cleaning up after a wind storm and
Grand Forks flood footage, including Senator Conrad and Vice President Al Gore
Disc 5: “E. O. C.” - Includes operations raw footage, flooding or significant event, ca 2000
Disc 6: “EOC State Radio EOC DEM Video Master” - Includes NDDES Agency video with message from Governor Hoeven; footage of an exercise post 2001, “Vigilant Victor”; Raw footage of EOC, ca 2001; post-9/11 ND National Guard video; NDDES agency video (raw footage), Governor Hoeven; flood footage; Garrison Dam footage; aerial footage of Fraine Barracks and capitol critical infrastructure; State Radio raw footage, ca 2000-2002; KFYR-AM studio footage
Disc 7: “DES Strat Plan Brochure 2010 update”
Printed material, ca 1977-2006: State Radio values and mission card (two)
Booklet, “State Radio Communications Department: Nerve Center of ND,” ca 1977
ND Signal 100 Manual, 1989
Access card to NCIC inquiries, 1994
State Radio employee handbook, July 1998
Brochure, “Preparedness and Response to Agricultural Terrorism,” 2005
Brochure – “the Red River of the North Flood Disaster: 10 Years Later,” ca 2006
Newspapers documenting the tornado in the Turtle Mountains, 2008 (three)    
Printed material, 2001-2003:
“Journeys: North Dakota’s Trail Towards Disaster Resistance,” 2001
“Telling the Tale of Disaster Resistance: Tips and Tools to Help You Capture the Story,” 2001
ND Local Emergency Operations Plan booklet, 2002
ND Disaster Procedure handbook, rev. 2003
Situation manuals/handbooks for tabletop exercises, 2004:
October 6, 2004, Morton County
December 9, 2004, Cross Border (ND, Manitoba, Saskatchewan)
9 Situation manuals/handbooks for tabletop exercises, 2005:
February 5, 2005, Finely, Steele County, ND
March 14, 2005, Oliver County, ND
March 30, 2005, Nelson County, ND
April 4, 2005, LaMoure County, ND
10 Situation manuals/handbooks for tabletop exercises, 2005:
June 2, 2005, Wash County, ND
September 20, 2005, Eddy and Foster Counties, ND
September 21, 2005, Bottineau County, ND
11 Situation manuals/handbooks for tabletop exercises, 2005 and report, 2008:
September 29, 2005, Ramsey County, ND
September 29, 2005, Stutsman County, ND
“National Exercise Program After Action Report/Improvement Plan: ND
Regional Tabletop Exercises, US Department of Homeland Security, 2008”
12 State Radio scrapbook, 1974-2005
13 State Radio scrapbook, 1974-2005 (continued)
14 Disc 1: Disc of photographs – examples of equipment purchased through Homeland Security grant dollars to augment regional response capabilities
Disc 2: Disc of photographs – Glimpses of a Disaster: Disaster photos DR-1334-ND declared June 27, 2000
Disc 3: Data disc – “Journeys: North Dakota’s Trail Towards Disaster Resistance” (PDF)
Disc 4: Law Enforcement Explosives Awareness Training video
Disc 5: ND Division of Emergency management, National Emergency Response
Plan Briefing, January 29, 2005 (video)
Disc 6: “Pembina Punch,” 2004 (video)
15 VHS – “Amber Alert”
VHS – “ND Personal Protection Kits”
16 VHS – “ND National Guard Operation Snowball, winter 1996-1997

Box 7:
32228-07-01 – 32228-07-14 Photographs - Civil Air Patrol photos of Red River flooding, printed May 1979
32228-07-15        Photograph - Civil Air Patrol photo of Red River flooding in Grand Forks, printed May 1979
32228-07-16 – 32228-07-17 Photographs - Lyle Gallagher, director of State Radio
32228-07-18        Photograph – Rick Hessinger, unidentified and Lyle Gallagher receiving award
32228-07-19 – 32228-07-27 Photographs – Probably an APCO conference, presenters are unidentified
32228-07-28 – 32228-07-29 Photographs – Lyle Gallagher, director of State Radio, presenting
32228-07-30        Photograph – former Barnes County Emergency Manager
32228-07-31        Photograph – fire in Dickinson (unidentified location)
32228-07-32 – 32228-07-36           Photographs – State Radio artwork
32228-07-37        Photograph – Lyle Gallagher on left, others unidentified
32228-07-38 – 32228-07-49 Photographs – unidentified, probably an exercise involving the Burleigh County Sheriff, ca. 1980
32228-07-50 – 32228-07-51 Photographs - ambulance driver, Mandan, ND, ca late 1970s
32228-07-52 – 32228-07-53 Photographs – Bill Haas
32228-07-54        Photograph – Dave Kulackoski
32228-07-55        Photograph – Janell Quinlan engaged in an exercise for either State Radio or the Department of Emergency Management

Box 8:
32228-08-01 – 32228-08-02 Photographs – Wes Hendrickson
32228-08-03        Photograph – Jim Luger
32228-08-04        Photograph – Left to right: Dave Kulackoski, Gary Monzelensky, Adam Heck, Jim Boehm
32228-08-05 – 32228-08-06 Photographs – Jim Boehm
32228-08-07 – 32228-08-08 Photographs – State Radio control room
32228-08-09        Photograph – ND State Radio Communications System sign
32228-08-10 – 32228-08-11 Photographs – State Radio Tower
32228-08-12        Photograph – State Radio door
32228-08-13        Photograph – ND State Radio Communications Centrally Dispatched
VHF Radio Sites map
32228-08-14 – 32228-08-20 Photographs – State Radio film strip
32228-08-21 – 32228-08-24 Photographs – State Radio staff working in control room
32228-08-25        Photograph – Bill Haas, Communications Specialist
32228-08-26        Photograph – Gary Monzelowsky, Communications Supervisor
32228-08-27        Photograph – Chuck Hendrickson, Communications Specialist
32228-08-28        Photograph – Elaine Czeczok, Communications Specialist
32228-08-29        Photograph – Chuck Weisser, Communications Specialist
32228-08-30        Photograph – Cindy Kambeitz, Communications Specialist, 1991
32228-08-31        Photograph –  Ray Flanagan, Communications Specialist
32228-08-32        Photograph –  Renee Heinz, Communications Specialist
32228-08-33        Photograph – Peggy Golke, Communications Specialist
32228-08-34        Photograph – Ed Schlenker, Communications Specialist
32228-08-35        Photograph – Adam Heck, Communications Supervisor
32228-08-36        Photograph – Rick Robinson, Communications Specialist
32228-08-37        Photograph – Jacque Jensen, Communications Specialist               
32228-08-38        Photograph –  Brian Sauter, Communications Specialist
32228-08-39        Photograph – Todd Gums, Communications Specialist
32228-08-40        Photograph – Bob Tracy, Communications Specialist
32228-08-41        Photograph – Dennis Czichotzki, Communications Specialist
32228-08-42        Photograph – Bruce Schauer, Communications Specialist
32228-08-43        Photograph – Jim Boehm, Communications Supervisor
32228-08-44        Photograph – Holly Duciaume, Communications Specialist
32228-08-45        Photograph – Dave Kulackoski, Communications Supervisor       

Box 9:
1 Flooding, 1965-1976
2 Drought, 1977
3 Blizzard, 1978 (FSAA-3061-EM)
4 Flood, 1978 I (FDAA-554-DR)
5 Flood, 1978 I (FDAA-554-DR) (continued)
6 Flood, 1978 II (FDAA-554-DR)
7 Tornado, 1978 (FDAA-3065-EM)
8 Tornado, 1978 (FDAA-3065-EM) (continued)
9 Flood, 1979 I (FDAA-581-DR)
10 Flood, 1979 II (FDAA-581-DR)
11 Flood, 1979 II (FDAA-581-DR) (continued)
12 Drought and fire hazard; severe storm Richland County, 1980
13 Drought, severe weather, Dickinson pipeline, 1981
14 Agricultural disaster, emergency loan request, 1981-1982
15 Flood hay shortage, 1982
16 Agricultural disaster – emergency loans – fmHA, 1982-1983
17 Ice storm, 1983
18 Ice storm, 1983

Box 10:
1 SBA-PIK USDA, 1985
2 Agriculture, 1986-1988
3 Severe Summer storm, Agricultural Drought Impact, 1983
4 Rural fire threat, 1984
5 April 1984 blizzard, 1984-1986 USDA activity
6 April 1984 blizzard, 1984-1986 USDA activity (continued)
7 Water shortage calls, 1988
8  Water shortage calls, 1988 (continued)
9 Spring flooding, Red River Valley, 1989 
10 Spring flooding, Red River Valley, 1989 (continued)
11 Slides:
“The Basic Effects of Nuclear Weapons” (34 slides)
General Nawas briefing (26 slides)
“What is Civil Defense?” (16 slides)
Vandalism (4 slides)
Disaster scenes (41 slides)
Rapid City flood, June 1972 (16 slides)
Alaskan earthquake (56 slides)
Civil Defense briefing (37 slides)
12 Slides:
Hebron flood, June 1972 (17 slides)
“The Teaching and Learning Process” (40 slides)
Flood damage (12 slides)
Department of Emergency Services staff miscellaneous (8 slides)
Washington state Emergency Operations Center (12 slides)
Tornado damage scenes (8 slides)
Miscellaneous Department of Emergency Services office (20 slides)
Miscellaneous tornado shots (11 slides)
“Slides used by Gen. Murry to explain Guard and DES. See script” (10 slides)
ND Emergency Operations Center (38 slides)
Slides from handbook I old series (20 slides)
Unidentified (16 slides)
Slides of Governor Olson (2 slides)  
13 Script with Alaska slides, 1964
14 Printed material:
“Interagency Hazard Mitigation Report,” FEMA-DR-1174-ND May 14, 1997
“Final Report of the President’s Long-term Recovery Task Force: Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota,” December 1997

14 Printed material (continued)
“State of North Dakota Hazard Mitigation Interagency Team Report: Long Term Recovery Strategy in Response to 1220-DR-ND Flooding, Ground Saturation and Severe Storms Declared June 15, 1998,” September 1998
“Fire in the West, Fire Season 2000: A Report for the Western State Fire Managers” by William C. Teie and Brian F. Weatherford, ca 2001
Newspapers about flooding in Mott, 1978
15 Printed material:
Fedgazette (Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis) “A Flood of Floods” issue about Minot, ND flooding, October 2011
“The Next Flood: Getting Prepared,” final report of the International Red River Basin Task Force to the International Joint Commission, April 2000
“The Floods of 1997: A Special Report,” North Dakota State Water Commission, June 1997
16 Photographs:
32228-10-01    Jim Lueder, Wes Hendrickson, Dave Kulakowski, Jim Boehm, Adam Heck and Dewey (Duane) Markel
32228-10-02    Ed Schlenker
32228-10-03    Gary Manzelowski
32228-10-04    Kevin Mattern
32228-10-05    Brian Sauter
32228-10-06    Elaine Czeczok           
32228-10-07    North Dakota Disaster Emergency Services staff, ca 1970,  Dave Kulakowski, Jim Schwab, Sam Lovold, Jim Lueder, Marlow Bales, Lyle Gallagher, Duane Markel, Joe, Wes Hendrickson, Del Adolf
17 VHS:
ND Dot flight – 1/20/1997 Bismarck, Wahpeton, Wishek, Lehr, Strasburg Marmarth levee

Box 11:
1 Dam safety (FEMA publications and printed material), 1979-1990
2 Dam safety (continued)
3 Staff guidance materials (given to Exercise Design Teams), 1987
4 Garrison Dam facts, 1987
5 Exercise data: Burleigh, Emmons, McLean and Mercer Counties, 1987
6 Exercise data: Morton, Oliver and Sioux Counties, 1987
7 State Response during exercise, 1987
8 Dam safety incident tabletop exercise, state program rating criteria, model law (USCOLD), 1987                      
9 Dam failure/evacuation contingency guidelines, n.d.
10 Contingency plan for emergencies: Garrison Dam-Lake Sakakawea, 1984
11 VHS – safety exercise and press conference, 1987           
12 Fort Peck Dam safety exercise, 1985
13 Fort Peck Dam safety exercise (continued)
14 Immediate post exercise critique, ca. 1980s
15 Dam failure evacuation contingency guidelines development, n.d.
16 Correspondence about and calendars of exercise drills, 2003-2004
17 North Dakota Department of Health Drill, August 26, 2004
18 Biological large scale epidemic, October 19, 2004
19 Adams County drills, 2003-2004
20 Barnes County drills, 2003-2004
21 Benson County drills, 2003-2004
22 Billings County drills, 2003-2004
23 Billings and Golden Valley Counties drill, April 24, 2004
24 Bottineau County drills, 2003-2004
25 Bowman County drills, 2003-2004
26 Bowman and Slope Counties drills, September 2004
27 Burke County drills, 2003-2004

Box 12:
1 Burleigh County drills, 2003-2004
2 Cass County drills, 2003-2004
3 Dickey County drills, 2003-2004
4 Divide County drills, 2003-2004
5 Dunn County drills, 2003-2004
6 Eddy County drills, 2003-2004
7 Emmons County drills, 2003-2004
8 Foster County drills, 2003-2004
9 Grand Forks County drills, 2003-2004       
10 Golden Valley County drills, 2003-2004
11 Grant County drills, 2003-2004
12 Griggs County drills, 2003-2004
13 Hettinger County drills, 2003-2004
14 Kidder County drills, 2003-2004
15 LaMoure County drills, 2003-2004
16 Logan County drills, 2003-2004
17 McHenry County drills, 2003-2004
18 McIntosh County drills, 2003-2004
19 McKenzie County drills, 2003-2004
20 McLean County drills, 2003-2004
21 Mercer County drills, 2003-2004
22 Morton County drills, 2003-2004
23 Mountrail County drills, 2003-2004
24 Nelson County drills, 2003-2004
25 Oliver County drills, 2003-2004
26 Pembina County drills, 2003-2004
27 Pierce County drills, 2003-2004
28 Ramsey County drills, 2003-2004
29 Ransom County drills, 2003-2004
30 Renville County drills, 2003-2004
31 Richland County drills, 2003-2004
32 Rolette County drills, 2003-2004
33 Sargent County drills, 2003-2004

Box 13:
1 Sheridan County drills, 2003-2004
2 Sioux County drills, 2003-2004
3 Slope County drills, 2003-2004
4 Spirit Lake Sioux Tribe drills, 2003-2004
5 Stark County drills, 2003-2004
6 Stutsman County drills, 2003-2004
7 Towner County drills, 2003-2004
8 Traill County drills, 2003-2004
9 Ward County drills, 2003-2004
10 Walsh County drills, 2003-2004

Box 14:
1 Wells County drills, 2003-2004
2 Williams County drills, 2003-2004

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