00251 Edwin Lee White
Primarily unidentified portraits, images from Manila, Philippines 1898-1899, the Burdick family at Graham’s Island, and post cards. (207 items)
00255 Ida Prokop Lee
Images of sculptor, Ida Prokop Lee with models and the busts in progress and completed. (29 items)
00257 Edwin White
Contains photos taken by Major Frank White, later North Dakota Governor, who served in the 1st North Dakota Volunteer Infantry in the Philippines and was awarded the Silver Star on October 11, 1924 for "gallantry in action against insurgent forces at Manila, Luzon, Philippine Islands on February 5, 1899." Also contains family photos and portraits. (214 items plus numerous loose photos)
00259 Wally Owen
Images of Wildrose, Dickinson, Medora, and Peaceful Valley Ranch, N.D. (50 items)
00263 O. S. Goff Portraits
Portraits by O. S. Goff, Bismarck, D.T. ca. 1880. Several of the people pictured here had lived at Fort Abraham Lincoln, D.T. in 1880. (17 items)
00264 George Fairchild Collection
Consists of portraits of George H. and Helen (Viets) Fairchild, Katherine Fairchild, Henry R. and Lottie (Viets) Porter, Hal (Hallie) Viets Porter, a group portrait of officers and wives at Fort Lincoln (DT), images of the George H. Fairchild residence (exterior and interior views) in Bismarck and the Porter residences in Bismarck and Washington, D.C., street scenes of Bismarck and Dakota Territory, and images of trains and railroad bridges. George H. Fairchild was an important pioneer of banking and insurance interests in early Bismarck. Dr. Henry R. Porter was a surgeon with Reno at the Battle of the Little Bighorn. (51 items)
00267 Fort Totten School Preventorium
Copy photographs of Indian children at the Fort Totten School Preventorium. The collection was obtained from the National Archives Regional Center in Kansas City Missouri as part of the research work done by the staff of the State Historical Society of North Dakota at the beginning of restoration of the Fort Totten Historic Site. (15 items)
00270 Frances Densmore
Photographs taken by Frances Densmore on the Fort Berthold Reservation in 1912 and 1915 during a study of Mandan and Hidatsa music. (177 images and a photo album)
00276 Leo LaLonde
Consists of negatives and prints taken by Leo LaLonde at his studio in downtown Bismarck (N.D.). The three series in the collection include, Business, Baby Portraits, and Portraits. These photographs were separated by LaLonde and are described according to the description on the envelope. Also included are 110 photographs of original prints by LaLonde, prints given to him, or contact prints made by the State Historical Society of North Dakota from LaLonde’s negatives. (approximately 1,200 items)
00277 Leona Lamb
Images from a photo album of Leona Lamb who was a student and nurse at Bismarck Hospital (now Sanford). Subjects include World War I, Turtle Lake, and Bismarck Hospital and nurses. (207 items)
00284 Bismarck Tribune
Collection of images, primarily portraits, used by the Bismarck Tribune in publication. Some images belong to the Associated Press or photography studios and may not be duplicated without their permission. (193 items)
00286 Eaton Brothers Custer Trail Ranch, Medora (ND)
July 5 – September 1, 1902
Album of images taken by Richard Cecil Hall of Eaton Brothers Custer Trail Ranch, Medora (ND), cattle round up and beef issue at Fort Yates, and a camping trip to Yellowstone National Park on horseback. (248 items)
00289 Heber Mansfield Creel U.S. Military Academy Class of 1877 Photograph Album
Images of the professors, instructors, cadets and campus of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. in 1877. (1 album)
00300 Bismarck Mandan Area
Images of buildings and bridges in Bismarck and Mandan (ND) as well as a visit by President Woodrow Wilson, a circus, baseball, ice skating, rodeo, riverboats, trains, and ranching.
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