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Ferryboat & Riverboat landing

00060 Orin Grant Libby
Contains miscellaneous photographs of R. A. Lyon’s ranch, an implement company, Badlands ranches, wheat fields, Grand Forks, and portraits. (101 photographs)
For more Libby photographs see Photo Collection 105

	Owl Woman hanging squash to dry

00086 Paul A. Ewald
Consists of prints and some copy negatives of several photographers on the Fort Berthold Reservation, primarily Gilbert L. Wilson, and also including Frances Densmore, Frank Fiske, Fred Olson, Sumner Matteson, and several unidentified photographers. Ewald wrote identification of many photographs in his collection based upon suggestions from the people of Fort Berthold. Images include celebrations and gatherings, dances, sweat lodges, Little Missouri camps, cradles, portraits, Buffalo Bird Woman, Wolf Chief, Goodbird, Indian crafts and skills, artifacts, wood gathering, gardening, food processing and cooking, earthlodges, bullboats, travois, and Indian cowboys. (1736 photographs)

	Fannie Dunn portrait

00091 Fannie Dunn Quain and Eric P. Quain
ca. 1880-1940
Consists of six family albums made up of cartes de visite and many loose portraits. Also included are post cards and photos of Montana, South Dakota and North Dakota Indians, nuns, and Indian students from Fort Yates, St. Alexius, and Bismarck; some Frank Fiske photographs; and resort areas in Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado. Another topic features a series of cartoons of ‘Teddy Roosevelt’s hunting adventures in Africa.’ There are many unlabeled small snapshots of various places and travels, some rodeo pictures, and a photo of the first all woman jury in North Dakota. (6 albums)

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