00001 Thomas J. Trousdale
Photographs associated with three generations of Trousdales, a prominent Mott, ND banking family, primarily from 1900-1920 document the town and surroundings of Mott and Hettinger County, ND, and include a few images of Mandan, ND. Included are main street scenes showing the exteriors of buildings, interiors, horses, wagons, automobiles, trains, railroad and bridge construction, farms, a baseball game, and the Mott Concert Band. (1ft.)
0003 Elizabeth Ellen Roberts
Images of the Badlands area, panorama and scenic views of farms, picnics, horse raising, plowing, spring snow storms, trucks and wagons, horse sales, horse barns, grain hauling, bridges, threshing shocks, Ketchum mules, Fort Keogh, buffalo, branding, hauling logs, prairie fires, breaking horses, the Roberts house and farm, logging camps, Sully Springs and cattle herding. (197 items)
00005 Who’s Who in North Dakota
Images plus some unnumbered photographs collected to publish the Who's Who in North Dakota 1955. (654 items)
00006 Tully Brown
Images of early farming activities in the Red River Valley and Richland County scenes. Subjects include: sheep, Mr. Moore, Wahpeton ND, snow-covered house in blizzard of 1893, 6th Street in Wahpeton ND, wheat farms, Ink family, plowing, threshing, Dwight farm, Wahpeton DT 1880, harvesting, Deering tractor. (12 items)
00041 Harold W. Case
Includes individual and group portraits of many missionized Indian families, the developing churches that composed the mission, construction of Four Bears Bridge, mission schools and activities, traditional Indian camps, agriculture, funerals, and places on the Fort Berthold Reservation. One part of the collection consists of photographs taken by the Charles Hall family, and later the Harold Case family of the Congregational mission started on the reservation beginning in 1876. The reservation was the home of the Three Affiliated Tribes: the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara. The mission began with the establishment of a church and school, and later the Nuita Mission was added. Harold Case sought to stop construction of the Garrison Dam in order to preserve the six Indian communities that had developed over the years, but failed. The outcome was the splitting up of the people on the reservation as well as the destruction of most of their livelihood, based on farming the rich bottomlands. (6221 photographs)
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