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00151 Alfred E. Strawn
Images of places and buildings in and around Bismarck (ND) (219 items)

00155 John Weisenburger
Images of Tuttle and LaMoure (ND) (11 items)

White Bull Fort Yates ND Scott photo

00160 George Ingram Foster
ca. 1880-1910
Includes mostly indentified Standing Rock Sioux including John Grass, Mad Bear, Hairy Chin, and White Bull. Represented photographers include George W. Scott, Fort Yates; H.B. Perry, Chamberlain, SD; and D.F. Barry. (27 card photographs)

00161 Ward County
Images of Donnybrook, Kenmare, and Minot, N.D. (9 items)

00162 Minnesota Historical Society
1915, n.d.
Images of homes in Hankinson, Hatton, Milnor, Cogswell, Forman, Grafton, Galesburg, Bottineau, Grand Forks, and Rutland and a series of postcard photos of Leith (ND). (23 items)

00164 Grace DeLong
Color post cards of buildings and scenes in North Dakota. (37 items)

00165 Robert W. Johnston
Post card photos of buildings and scenes around North Dakota. (16 items)

00166 Montana Historical Society
Postcards from Medora, Dickinson, Devils Lake, Bismarck, and Beach N.D., Highway 10 and ND Highway 16 Junction, David Thompson Historic Site in Verendrye N.D., and a Chateau de Mores Miniature Postcard set. (57 items)

00167 Ted Kopseng
Images of buildings and street scenes in Fargo (ND). (27 items)

00169 McIntosh County
Photographs taken by Mrs. Isaac C. A. Thorn. Isaac Thorn was a postmaster and druggist in Ashley (ND). (16 items)

00170 Martin O. Helseth
Early images of homesteading, coal mining, the Interstate Fair, and towns in western North Dakota including Beach, Bowbells, Ambrose, Powers Lake, Dickinson, Columbus, and Cooperstown. (30 items)

00171 World War I
Photo post cards of World War I. (11 items)

00173 Bowman County
Early homesteading scenes in Bowman County (ND)

00174 Ambrose (ND)
1909, n.d.
Images of Ambrose (ND) (10 items)

00175 Robert T. Johnson
Post card photos of street scenes in New England, Bowman, Dickinson, Cooperstown, Douglas, Hettinger, Mott, Lakota, and Garrison (ND) and McLaughlin (SD). (101 items)

00177 Nurnberger Family
ca. 1865-1905
Portraits of the Nurnberger family. (12 items)

00180 Plummer Family
Images of Benson County farms and activities, mostly in Minnewaukan (ND). (23 items)

00183 C. W. Burgess
Images of Hoskins Lake and buildings in Venturia (ND). (11 items)

00191 M. O. Thompson
Copies from the Thompson family photograph album in Ransom County (ND). (177 items)

00192 Lucille Van Solen
Photographs of the Van Solen and Parkin families and the area around Solen, Fort Yates, and Cannon Ball. (96 items)

00193 Pauline Shoemaker
Post cards written to and from Pauline Shoemaker while she lived in Mandan, Sheridan, California, and Bismarck. (75 items)

00196 Sheila Robinson
ca. 1902-1980
Images from Sheila Robinson’s family collection which include photos and postcards from all around the state, but particularly from Fort Berthold, the Badlands, Morton County (ND) and Burleigh County (ND). Subjects include families, social activities, Native Americans, the North Dakota State Fair, and Larry Sprunk as Turkey Track Bill. (214 items)

00197 Fred Olson
ca. 1889-1920
Copies of images by Fred Olson, primarily on the Fort Berthold Reservation ca. 1910. (56 items)

00199 Jamestown, Valley City and Dickinson
Post card images of Jamestown, Valley City and Dickinson (ND) (34 items)

00200 Russell Reid
The photo collection reflects Reid’s wide range of interests: North Dakota history and the fauna, flora, and natural history of the state. Many of the views pertain to specific projects of the State Historical Society of North Dakota and, as such, constitute a photographic history of the organization. (approximately 4,000 prints and negatives)

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