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00820 Edwin Neutzman
Images of Ed Neutzman playing with Don Shaw and His Orchestra playing in Lead (S.D.) in the summer of 1942, the Carl Colby Band at Park River (N.D.) in the spring of 1942, and leading another band. (4 items)

00834 Frithjof Holmboe
Contains images from the Norway trip in conjunction with the 100th Anniversary of Norway’s Independence and Centennial Exposition, dedication of the Lincoln statue presented by Governor Louis B. Hanna to Norway, both in 1914, dedication of Fort Rice 1913, images in Bismarck, Mandan, Fargo, and the Badlands, and farming scenes. (498 items)

00842 Arthur W. and Dora Mundy
Portraits of the Dahl and Mundy families, ranch scenes near Watford City, and images around Bismarck. (52 items)

00843 Emma Zuger's Indian Book
ca. 1900-1932
The album consists of pages of images of the Sakakawea Junior Girls Study Club at the U.S. Indian School (Bismarck, ND), the only Girls Study Club in the United States comprised of all Indian girls representing nine different tribes.  In appreciation of her work with North Dakota Indians, Emma Zuger (Mrs. Albert Zuger) was adopted into the Sioux tribe of Fort Yates (ND) and named "Tarca-Luta-Win" (Red Deer) on January 2, 1930. The ceremony was performed by Chief White Bear and Frank Zahn was the official interpreter.  (83 items on pages removed from one album)

00845 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Gylnquist
Images of Leeds, Carrington, and Aneta and family photographs. (32 items)

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