00302 Margaret Roberts
Albums of panoramas of events and Roberts family in and around T. F. Roberts Ranch and other ranches in the Amidon, Medora, and Dickinson (ND) region. (200+ items)
00330 Photograph Collection
Photos of an unidentified log farm home, winter farm scene with horse & sleigh, color postcard of Bismarck capitol ca.1960, Leo D. Harris “The Cowboy Photographer” ca. 1940's, and Linton Railroad Depot 1970's (5 items)
00331 Jim Miller
Images of Tom Highpine’s family ca. 1910, Gust Macklin ca. 1910, Jim Miller ca. 1917, Fort Yates, ca. 1920, Standing Rock Monument ca, 1920, Sitting Bull’s grave ca. 1920, Highpine’s home, David Running Bear children ay Cannon Ball ca. 1980, Rebecca Thin Elk circa 1980, and Peggy Thin Elk circa 1980. (12 items)
00332 Lucille Wise
Images of a steam locomotive at Wolf Point; engineer Ferguson and fireman Andy Anderson at Glasgow; Andy Anderson, Benny Rae, Forest Smith, Ferguson, J.A. Lund, Engineer Bliven in front of train at Glasgow; Pete Sletten, his wife and little boy, Julian Ardy and Lucy Lund by thresher 1921, and threshing scene. (7 items)
00333 Lewis and Clark School, Bottineau
Images of 5th grade play "Out Where the West Begins." (5 items)
00336 Helen Burton
Group of female Indian students; Indian woman and child in front of tipi; child with young deer; home interior; large barn; Missouri River view; Bismarck Steam Laundry; Bismarck High School sophomore class 1911-1912; Bismarck Post Office (11 items)
00339 Charles and Viola Liessman
Bismarck scenes including view of burned Capitol 1930; old Capitol and Liberty Memorial buildings 1926; Capitol postcard “destruction 1930 construction 1932”; Masonic Temple; Grand Pacific Hotel; Bismarck Auditorium; Post Office, Bismarck Hospital; Gussner’s Grocery wagon; girls eating watermelon; Armory; First National Bank; men laying railroad track; steamboats; C. B. Little house, now the ND Bar Association; Northern Pacific Train Depot Association. (49 items)
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