00702 Nancy Hendrickson
One early image of Nancy Hendrickson and the remainder from the 1950s of Nancy and her husband Carl. (11 items)
00709 Pembina Museum
Images of Pembina homes, businesses, floods, residents and officials, baseball teams, churches, and horses pulling planes across the Canadian border before the WWII Lend Lease program began. (294 items)
00712 Hurdsfield ND Basketball
Team portraits include Coach Doug Oglesby with 1954-1955 team and trophy, Gene Grimm, Lanny Rhone, Bob Knecht, Don Tadtke, Ron Haux, Leslie Thompson, Ted Rall, Neale 'Lefty' Rhone, Nayland Mulke, Don Grimm, and Jim Rauser. 1952-1953 team includes Myron Olsen, Dick Pulp, Nayland Mulke, Norman Weckerly, Peter Rauser, James Rauser, Walter 'Bud' Gardy, Lanny Rhone, Lefty Rhone, Don Grimm, and Bob Knecht. (3 items)
00713 Homemade Automobile
Image of Bennett Rockney of Portland ND sitting in his homemade auto, a Rockney. (1 item)
00715 Bismarck Indian School
Black and white copy portraits and group photographs of students at the Bismarck Indian School. (106 items)
00724 Vern Tveton
Copies of photographs of homesteads, a school, a mine, and threshing in Divide and Williams counties. (30 items)
00727 Frank Vyzralek
Black and white copy images of the Steamer Gordon Fawcett, a Valley City Street and Inter-urban Railway car, a Wahpeton-Breckinridge St. Ry. car, a Bismarck Capitol Line car, a Fargo-Moorhead Street Railway car, portraits of Ryland Black and A. C. Berg, and the Edgeley, ND Depot. (27 items)
00737 North Dakota Conference of Methodist Churches
Images of Methodist churches across North Dakota, ministers, lay persons, congregations, choirs, Wesley College, Wesley Acres Camp, annual conferences, and various celebrations such as the 75th anniversary of the Evangelical United Brethren Church. (458 items plus slides and negatives)
00738 Erastus Appleman Williams
Portraits of E. A. Williams, his family, and members of his wife’s family, the Hettingers. Photos of family friends, Christmas card photos, and photos of early Bismarck (DT and ND) are also present. (157 items)
00740 Fred Reierson
Photographs taken by Fred Reierson of Emmons County (ND). Many are unidentified portraits of individuals and groups along with farming scenes, the Missouri River, and people playing music.
00739 North Dakota Baptist Photographs
Consists of images of church buildings; pastors and families; state and national conventions; architectural styles of different cultures and ethnicities, including dugouts, log cabins, and Russian thatched roofs. Church activities and the 1934 jubilee are also included. One scrapbook contains portraits of John Grass, Tim Enemy, Low Dog, and Red Tomahawk. Subjects include an Indian pastor; Rev. Thoralsen with Mrs. Walker and child; Dr. Stockmand and Mary Crawler; Sioux camp after Custer battle; Whitestone Hill battle; Indian woman with travois; government distribution of oxen to Sioux, Fort Yates; Indians at dedication of Roosevelt Memorial Bridge across the Little Missouri; Indians on horseback; an eagle staff and Sioux and Mandan; several Crow Indian photos; as well as Baptist Indian missions at Crow Agency and Lodge Grass MY. Also included are post cards of forts Rice, Buford, Abercrombie, Pembina, Clark, and Totten. (2 scrapbooks)
00743 Fred A. Harvey
Postcards of North Dakota towns, photos of the 1943 Mandan flood, scrapbook about the Bismarck Police Department, and a photo album of Company “M” 4th Infantry at Fort Lincoln (ND), Fort Lawton (WA), Camp Lewis (WA), and the Presidio, San Francisco (CA) from 1921-1928. The photo album also includes images of a war film shot at Camp Lewis (WA), "The Patent Leather Kid". (127 items and 1 scrapbook)
00745 Belle Mehus
Images of Belle Mehus, her music students, and her Conservatory in Bismarck. (20 items)
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