01003 Charles and Olive (Falkenstein) Staley Family Collection
Copies of original photographs of Charles and Olive and their girls Mary, Lydia, Fannie, Katherine and Ruth, the Staley Ranch and home in Snake Creek Roach (ND) and their later house in Garrison (ND). (12 items)
01005 Stutsman County Museum
Copies of photographs belonging to the Stutsman County Museum. Images of the Stutsman County Courthouse, a group photo in front of courthouse with A. McKechnie and J. J. Nearling (donated by Mrs. D. C. Carpenter), portraits of Anton and Charles Klaus copied from The Record, map of Jamestown (DT) 1893, and detailed enlargements of portions of the map, aerial views of Jamestown in the 1960s, and the Jamestown flood of 1969 photographed by Jamestown Printers. (27 items)
01004 Peter Stenslie Family
Black and white copy photographs from Stenslie Family Album. (5 items)
01005 Claus, Anton
Images of the Stutsman County Courthouse, Charles A. Klaus, Postmaster of Jamestown, A. McKechnie, J. J. Nierling, and Anton Claus. (27 items)
01006 Grace Episcopal Church, Jamestown (ND)
Images of the cornerstone laying in 1884, and interior views of the completed church. (4 items)
01007 William Brown Couch Homestead
Black and white copy prints of Wm Brown Couch, Sr. Homestead also known as Rock Glen. (2 items)
01008 Cal Thorson, Grand Forks Air Force Base Minuteman
Contact prints of views inside the missile control center. (4 items)
01009 Fort Totten Indian School Students
Photos of Fort Totten (ND) Indian School students and buildings. (14 items)
01010 Grace Wanttaja
Includes a tintype of a homestead with six people and two horses, homestead with two horses and buggy holding two people with four men standing and two women on horses, men seeding with tractor and teams of horses, and farmers using a header box. Also photo post cards including the Devils Lake Post Office and the bridge over the Sheyenne River at Fort Ransom. (34 items)
01011 Mary Faith Young
Photographs of Stutsman County Courthouse in Jamestown, N.D. (6 items)
01013 On-A-Slant Village Reconstruction
Shows series of reconstructed earth lodges of On-A-Slant Village at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park from uphill area. River is visible in background. (3 items)
01015 Dan Foller
Images of the H. T. Ranch in Slope County, H.C. Huidekoper home in Meadville (PA), Jim Harman, Herman Holtz, Arthur Clarke Huidekoper, Bill Jones, Norman Lebo, Schyler Lebo, Fred McClain, Old Goose, Johnny Reynolds, T. F. Robert, Charles Van Sykle, and George Woodman. (12 items)
01016 George W. Hill
Images of Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Hughes, Jim Sperry, and John Totten Lynde. (17 items)
01019 Kent Jones
Images of Kent Jones, Robert Wefald, and Allen Olson and his family. (2 items)
01020 Jim Laws Auto Shop
Auto shop in Fargo. (1 item)
01021 North Dakota All State High School Band
Images of the ND All State High School Band, the Hillsboro Band- Metropolitan, Evangeline, Lester, and Keith Kelly, and a wedding portrait of Mrs. Ralph (Evangeline Kelly) Vinje. (6 items)
01022 Custer Trail Ranch; near Medora owned by Eaton Bros.
1876, 1958, n.d.
Images of a cook car, plowing and harvesting in Granville (ND), 350 acre potato field, Fort Peck (MT), Custer Trail Ranch in Medora, and Fort Lincoln State Park. (29 items)
01037 German-Russian Portraits
Portraits of the Siewert and Haberstroh families who came from Russia to Hettinger and Stark counties. (24 items)
01041 Swede Township in LaMoure County ND
Images taken in Swede Township, LaMoure County, ND, including individuals and families, agricultural scenes, funerals, celebrations of the Kulm Baptist Church, the Gospel Tabernacle. The Collection also includes an image of the Alden, ND, Post Office, Hettinger County, ND. (74 items: digital prints and scans)
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