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00753 Fern L. Kurz
Black and white copy negatives and prints of Harold Bachman’s Million Dollar Band. Organized for the Second North Dakota Infantry during World War I, the members include Frank Joseph Risovi, father of Fern L. Kurtz. One image shows the band in their uniforms posing with their instruments in a formal studio portrait; the second image shows the band in their uniforms in formation on the steps of the Bismarck Post Office.(2 items)

00760 Merrill J. Mattes
Photographs taken in relation to Merrill J. Mattes article, “Under the Wide Missouri,” published in North Dakota History, in October 1952, about the loss of historic sites that would occur along the river with the filling of the Garrison Reservoir. (32 items)

00770 Postcards
45 North Dakota postcards and the rest from Europe, Canada, Montana, and Minnesota. (152 items)

00772 Spokane Public Library
Portraits and group photos of individuals and families in Flaxton, Grand Forks, Larimore, Buxton, Park River, Wahpeton, Hillsboro, Northwood, and Dickinsons, N.D. and women involved in Suffrage and the Women's Christian Temperance Union. An addition in 1996 from the Spokane Public Library includes snapshots taken in North Dakota by Bob Clough who also included a typewritten article on Tipperary Farm about Harry Williams, an emigrant to Stanton, N.D., who wrote the song "Over There." (61 items)

00773 Stark County Historical Society
ca. 1900-1937
Early images of Dickinson (ND). (32 items)

00779 Fort Berthold
ca. 1937
A 51 page photograph album of which most images seem to be on the Fort Berthold Reservation. (517 items)

00783 State Library Commission
Images of libraries around North Dakota, bookmobiles, and State Library staff and activities. (488 items)

00798 Erling Sannes
Images of Bertine Sem Sannes who homesteaded in Bottineau County, Russian collective farmers, and Jamestown College. (12 items)

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