00407 Saint Joseph Museum
Nitrate negatives donated by the St. Joseph Museum in St. Joseph (MO) of scenes in North Dakota including: Grand Forks Central High School, Grand Forks (ND) 1940, Field House at North Dakota Agricultural College, Fargo (ND) 1940, and the St. Alexius Hospital Bismarck (ND) 1940. (3 items)
00409 Sig Peterson
Street scenes of Almont and Sims (ND), baseball teams, farming, coal mines, railroad depot and crews, road construction, postmasters, and businesses. (84 items)
00416 Robert Barr
Includes copies of photograph collections acquired from Robert Thorberg and Lyman N. Cary, who each took several of the photographs. Contains a variety of early images from the Dakota region showing town life, Native American topics, and a Franklin Peace medal. Includes O.G. Libby portraits; Taylor Train station; Inter-Ocean Hotel; Cary’s store; Mandan High School students, 1904; Sakakawea statue; Mandan World Championship Rodeo, July 4th parade year unknown; WWI era Boy Scout troop; early Mandan bridges; and Port of Pembina sternwheelers. (73 photographs)
00421 Russell Buck
Farming and family scenes near Hazelton (ND). (15 items)
00430 Eastgate Genealogy
Family portraits and farm scenes in the Mohall (ND) area. (66 items)
00433 Agnes Fisher
Farm and home scenes in Dunn County (ND). (35 items)
00435 Roland Fuller
Consists of black and white copy negatives of Bismarck Phantoms baseball team, Fort Abraham Lincoln, Former Governors Mansion, downtown Bismarck (ND), E. B. Little House, and the American Billiard Parlor, Bismarck. (132 items)
00437 David Gray
Images taken by Deputy State Archivist Davis Gray of people and sites around the state. (57 items)
00447 Highway Patrol Superintendents
Black and white portraits of Highway Patrol Superintendents: Frank Putnam, Archie O'Conner, John Jeffery, F. M. Klein, Clark J. Monroe, Ralph M. Wood, James D. Martinand Norman D. Evans
612 East Boulevard Ave.
Bismarck, North Dakota 58505
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