00368 Daughters of the American Revolution, State Conference of North Dakota
Individual and group portraits of members of North Dakota Chapters of Daughters of the American Revolution. Includes postcards of French monuments and WWI ruins, along with photos of destitute families (many of Native American descent) in the 1940’s and military men and buildings. Also included are photos of early Bismarck (DT and ND) and Dryden (NY). (110 items)
00379 Fargo Tornado
June 20, 1959
Black and white images of destroyed homes, businesses, vehicles, and trees in the Fargo tornado. (55 items)
00388 Federation of Women's Clubs Portraits
Portraits of early individual members of the North Dakota Federation of Women’s Clubs as well as group portraits taken at state conventions. Some of the Sakakawea Junior Girls’ Clubs group portraits are included, as well as member and group photos of other local North Dakota clubs, such as the Shakespearean Club, Current Events Club, and the Alfredian Club.(126 items)
00394 Pembina, ND
Album of photos of floods, snow, children dressed as Indians, Charles Cavileer with dogs, Red River carts, hunting party with deer carcasses, and men marching in Pembina. (49 items)
00395 North Dakota Penitentiary
Glass plate negatives and contact prints of the Penitentiary, a baseball team, and inmate mug shots. (288 items)
See also Series 30366 mug shot books and prints (1.5ft)
00399 State Water Conservation Commission
Images of gardens irrigated with water from springs and Missouri River flats, a reclamation land leveler to smooth ground for irrigation, windmill delivering 8 gallons per minute for 1 ½ acre garden near Elgin, pump irrigating 20 acres running off a car battery, Houser’s Irrigated Farms Sanish N.D. truck with bushels of produce, flooded farms south of Grafton. (325 items)
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