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00201 Carl F. Smith
Primarily postcards sent to the Roy Thompson farm in South Minnewaukan Township, Ramsey County, (N.D.). Some of the postcards are written in Norwegian. Only the North Dakota postcards have been inventoried. (275 items)

00203 R. C. McLaughlin
Images used in article by Colleen Oihus, "Street Railways in Grand Forks ND: 1887-1935, North Dakota History, 44-2 (Spring 1977) pp.12-21. (15 items)

00205 Mildred K. Jahde
Images taken by the mother of Mildred Jahde in Mountrail County N.D. 1912, postcards, coal mines, and a rodeo at Elbowoods ca. 1905-1910. (46 items)

00207 Mrs. Oliver Usher
Scenes of Bismarck N.D. (5 items)

00210 Fort Totten Indian School
Images of Fort Totten Indian School band, students, employees, and activities.(8 items)

00213 William Sylvester Bailard
Black and white and color negatives of biplanes, a school classroom, Company “C” 2nd Infantry North Dakota National Guard, and major fires in Ambrose (N.D.) in 1959 and 1981. (25 items)

00214 Logan County Historical Society
Images of Y. O. Ranch and Burnstad, N.D. (18 items)

00221 Fort Buford, Fort Union and Williston (ND)
Images of people and places including Fort Buford, Fort Peck, Fort Yates, and Williston (ND) (50 items)

00222 Michigan, North Dakota
Photographs of Michigan (ND) families, businesses, and buildings. (46 items)

00225 Frances Wold
Black and white 8 X 10 copy prints of people and buildings in Regan, Baldwin, Canfield, Goodrich, and Wing, ND. (35 items)

00226 Mildred Rothgarn
Images of people, farms, and street scenes in Willow City, Overly, Lake Meigoshe, and Devils Lake (ND). (132 items)

00229 Zip to Zap
May 9-11, 1969
Images of National Guard and riot police moving students out of Zap (N.D.) during Zip to Zap, a Grand Festival of Light and Love, on May 9th to 11th 1969. (15 items)

Four Bears Bridge Monument Elbowoods ND 06-17-1934 Photo by Leo D Harris

00239 Photograph Collection
ca. 1879-1957
Consists of many photographs of Four Bears Bridge dedication. Also includes the Government Indian School at Wahpeton; Elbowoods American Legion Post portrait; Standing Rock Indian Camp; and Elbowoods police chief. Settler photos and post cards depict wheat threshing; Caledonia Mill; Bismarck firemen; John Deere thresher; Ole Gilbertson farm, Brinsmade; Capital Aviation; U.S.S. North Dakota; Women’s Temperance march, Devils Lake; Constitutional Convention reunion; and Fort Rice State Park dedication. Includes buildings and scenes in Bismarck, Mandan, Mohall, Devils Lake, Linton, Hillsboro, Wilton, Jamestown, Minot, Valley City, Grand Forks, and Fargo. Photos of people include Ralf Ward, Floyd Jennings, Rep. Ingard Bjerkan, George Bell, Judge Carmady, Russell Reid, Davis Hanson, Louis Magin, James W. Foley, Russell L. Cooke, Andrew A. Bruce, Patricia Larson, B.F. MacCall, and William Jennings Bryan. There is a photographic copy of a picture of Teddy Roosevelt, ‘Ready for the Hunt.’ There are many unidentified Native Americans, but also images of Foolish Bear, Drags Wolf, and Slohan. (174 photographs)

00240 Ray J. Elliot
Images of State Parks, State Historic Sites, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, National Wildlife Refuges, and coal mines. (114 images)

00245 Alan Grindberg
1934-ca. 1965
Images of President Franklin Roosevelt visit to Devils Lake in 1934, hull of the Steamer Minnie H, Governor and Mrs. John Davis and Brynhild Haugland at the Mandan Refinery, Governor Norman Brunsdale at a Reclamation meeting, a group of North Dakotas officials at the U.S. Capitol, and Governor Guy and Walter Hjelle fishing. (29 items)

00247 Clell Gannon
1897, n.d.
Consists of family photos and images of Native Americans. (52 items)

00250 Matt Crowley
Images of cattle ranching outside of Hebron, N.D. (20 items)

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