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Title: State Historical Society. Museum Division, Curator Files, Norman Paulson

Dates: 1904-1992

Record Series: 32294

Quantity:
10 feet

Abstract:
Consists of the working files of former Museum Division curator Norman Paulson. Series includes photographic materials which document his work and may have been used for his reference or for exhibits. Files also include field notebooks and staff logs, which detail projects that Paulson was involved in beginning in 1959 until his retirement in 1992. There are some gaps in the logs, but the span of activities during the years 1975-1992 are meticulously recorded. Miscellaneous files from Paulson’s office are included in the Series, such as index cards with artifact information, correspondence and donations, and research on Sully’s 1863 expedition, the Sibley Trail in North Dakota, and Fort Rice history. Several oral interviews are present in the Series.  

Copyright:
Public records are not subject to copyright restrictions, although record series may contain copyrighted material. Consideration of such copyrights is the responsibility of the author and publisher.

Access:
These records are available for public inspection under provision of the North Dakota Century Code, 55-02.1-08.

Citation:
Researchers are requested to cite the record group, series name and number, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and bibliographic references.

BOX/FOLDER INVENTORY


Box 1: 32294-02 – 32294-320 (35mm negatives)
Box 2: 32294-02 – 32294-320 (contact and 8x10 prints)
Box 3: 32294-321 – 32294-660 (35mm negatives)
Box 4: 32294-321 – 32294-660 (contact and 8x10 prints)
Box 5: 32294-661 – 32294-913 (35mm negatives)
Box 6: 32294-661 – 32294-913 (contact and 8x10 prints)
Box 7: 32294-914 – 32294-1224 (35mm negatives)
Box 8: 32294-914 – 32294-1224 (contact and 8x10 prints)
Box 9: 32294-1225 – 32294-1667 (4x6 negatives and assorted prints)
Box 10: 32294-1668 – 32294-2370 (5x7 and smaller prints)
Box 11: 32294-2371 – 32294-2440 (5x7 and smaller prints)
Box 12: 32294-2441 – 32294-2500 (5x7 and smaller prints)
Box 13: 32294-2501 – 32294-2550 (5x7 and smaller prints)
Box 14: 32294-2551 – 32294-2590 (5x7 and smaller prints)
Box 15: 32294-2594 – 32294-2627 (5x7 and smaller prints)
Box 16: 32294-2628 – 32294-2660 (8x10 and smaller prints)
Box 17: 32294-2661 – 32294-2700 (8x10 and smaller prints)
Box 18: 32294-2701 – 32294-2740 (8x10 and smaller prints)
Box 19: 32294-2741 – 32294-2755 (8x10 and smaller prints)
Box 20: 32294-2679, 32294-2756 – 32294-2773 (11x14 and smaller prints)
Box 21: 32294-2774 – 32294-3725 (2x2 slides)
Box 22: 32294-3729 – 32294-4474 (2x2 slides)
Box 23: 32294-4475 – 32294-5181 (2x2 slides)
Box 24: 32294-5182 – 32294-5324 (slides, assorted sized negatives, some contact prints)
Box 25: 32294-5190 – 32294-5324 (gaps) (prints and contact prints)
Box 26: 32294-5325 – 32294-5326 (negatives)

Box 27:
1 Notes: 1959 proposed projects, notes about Fort Abraham Lincoln salvage work,
miscellaneous notes, Barry Collection (Pembina), Henry notes (Pembina area) Henry’s
Gurke Collection Medal of Honor, notes on Dale Hawk and trip to farm (1978), 1963-
1978, trip o Pembina, Fort Totten (1980), trip to Pembina (August 1984)
2 Field notebook, Historic Parks: Lake Metigoshe (1962), Fort Totten (1970)
3 Field notebook: Smith Collection (Devils Lake), Metigoshe-Pembina-Tooten trip (July
1971), Walhalla-dismantling Gingras building (August 1972), Nancy Hendrickson
(9/14/1972), Cases at Lake Metigoshe (1971), trip to Lake Metigoshe-Pembina-Totten,
trip to Devils Lake-Fort Totten-Sheyenne (1973), Medicine Rock (1973) Hope-Binford-
Cooperstown-McHenry (May 1976)
4 Curatorial staff logs, January 2, 1975-September 3, 1976
5 Curatorial staff logs, September 8, 1976-December 19, 1977
6 Curatorial staff logs, December 20, 1977-March 15, 1979
7 Curatorial staff logs, March 16, 1979-June 1, 1981
8 Curatorial staff logs, June 2, 1981-May 21, 1984
9 Curatorial staff logs, May 22, 1984-January 23, 1987
10 Norman Paulson’s daily logs, January 26, 1987-January 17, 1990
11 Norman Paulson’s daily logs, January 18, 1990-April 30, 1992
12 Robert Hollow’s notes, August 17, 1981-April 15, 1983
13 Newspaper clipping “N.D. Museum” (State Historical Society of North Dakota and
Russell Reid), February 22, 1959
14 Index cards with artifact information
15 Index cards with artifact information
16 Miscellaneous printed material: “History of Park Centre Church,” “Chahinkapa Park,”
“Emblems of North Dakota,” North Dakota and Bismarck maps, May 3, 1951 issue of
Sataniarn (Devils Lake Rotary Club), document with bronze bust of Alexander Hughes,
which was presented to the SHSND by Burleigh County Pioneer association July 9, 1929
17 Correspondence and material regarding the Sully and Fisk expedition, 1912-1925
18 Sibley Trail in North Dakota, 1912-1920
19 Fort Rice history, 1909-1910
20 State Recreational survey (Dana Wright, St. John, ND), 1937
21 Sully’s 1863 expedition
22 Correspondence regarding Gen. Hugh Scott, 1926
23 Letter to F. B. Zahn from Arthur Martin, 1957
24 Cassette, Fred W. Schaal (Fullerton, ND) “My Life in the CCC,” 1988
25 Class outlines for Russell Reid’s history class
26 List of Dakota tribes/translations
27 Interview with Harry Roberts (site person at Chateau) (3 tapes)
28 Interview with Chase Family (Hebron?), pioneers east of town, August 15, 1983

MAP CASE DRAWER INVENTORY:
Preliminary Glacial map of North Dakota, 1963
Topographical map of Pembina, ND
Dakota Territory map (northern part of DT), 5th ed. 1881 (copy)
Line of March of the troops serving in the Department of Dakota in the campaign against the Sioux, 1876
Plat showing General Sibley’s expedition, July-August 1863, prepared for Lt. Col. Dana Wright, 1936

PHOTOGRAPH DESCRIPTIONS/INVENTORY

32294-001                   Obverse of Washington Season Medal presented to Mandan Indian Gun-That-Guards-the-House
32294-002 – 007         Stutsman County Courthouse, Stutsman County Historical Society
museum, photos by Paulson, August 31, 1983
32294-008 – 085         Camp Hancock Historic Site, second floor, photos by Paulson, June
15, 1984
32294-086 – 119         Whitestone Hill, photos by Paulson, June 21, 1984
32294-120 – 170         DeMores Chateau, photos by Paulson, June 27, 1984
32294-171 – 320         Fort Abercrombie, photos by Paulson, July 1984
32294-321 – 487         Fort Buford, photos by Paulson, July 1984
32294-488 – 493         Fort Buford, photos by Brian Austin, November 1986 (additional
information on back of contact prints)
32294-494 – 498         Exhibit cases in the SHS Museum at Fort Buford Historic Site, at the time the museum was being emptied, photos by Paulson, November 10-15, 1986
32294-499 – 660         Pembina State Museum, photos by Paulson, August 1984
32294-661 – 683         Interpretive Center in Commissary Store Building, Fort Totten, photos by Paulson, September 19, 1984
32294-684 – 699         Plummer Store Exhibit in South Barracks, Fort Totten, photos by Paulson, September 19, 1984
32294-700 – 732         Plummer Store Exhibit in South Barracks, Fort Totten, photos by Paulson, September 19, 1984
32294-733 – 746         Wildlife exhibit in north barracks, Fort Totten, photos by Paulson, September 19, 1984
32294-747 – 781         Wildlife exhibit in north barracks, Fort Totten, photos by Paulson, September 19, 1984
32294-782 – 816         Pioneer Daughter’s exhibit, hospital buildings, Fort Totten, photos by Paulson, September 19, 1984   
32294-817 – 846         SHSND storage building at Fort Lincoln State Park, photos by Paulson, October 1983
32294-847 – 861         SHSND storage building at Fort Lincoln State Park, photos by
Paulson, October 1983
32294-862 – 879         SHSND storage building at Fort Lincoln State Park, artifacts on loft
and ground floor, chest in frame 12 is #12669, photos by Paulson, January 14, 1987
32294-880 – 909         Farm wagons – Dennis Hoger, Judson (ND), September 8, 1984; School desk, Mr. Kanko, Butte (ND), September 17, 1984; Albert Bossert’s farm wagon, Drake (ND), September 17, 1984
32294-910 – 913         “Tina” owned by Charles Hanson of Hillsboro (ND) (thought to have been carved by Ole Simongard of rural Hillsboro, similar to Tina in SHSND collection carved by Simongard), August 15, 1986
32294-914 – 1004       Martin Mosbrucker collection, photos by Paulson, February 12, 1987
32294-1005 – 1012     Tower of motor oil cans accumulated by owner of a gas station on old #10 highway, south of Casselton (ND), dating to 1930s. The station buildings are gone but the tower remains, photos by Paulson, July 1984
32294-1013 – 1014     Volunteer Carol Herauf, Museum division, July 14, 1988
32294-1015 – 1019     “Wood Hawk” on the Missouri River, copied June 13, 1986 from a 35mm slide by Todd Strand (SHSND), painting by Charles Miller (1930s)
32294-1020 – 1022     Norman Paulson in Museum workroom, photos taken by Paulson with self-timer, March 2, 1989
32294-1023 – 1029     Moving the Nancy Hendrickson homestead shack into the Heritage
Center, purchased from John Bech, Mandan, ND, photos by Todd Strand, January 25, 1985
32294-1030 – 1036     Norman Paulson accessioning artifacts at his table in Museum
workroom, and checking long-arms racks in newly designed gun storage in vault and in the main storage area, photos taken by Paulson with self-timer, September 1988
32294-1037 – 1077     SHSND artifacts photographed by Todd Strand for Sitting Bull exhibit, May 10, 1984
32294-1078 – 1091     Exhibits in Liberty Memorial Building, photos by Paulson, 1970s
32294-1092 – 1097     Norman Paulson in Museum workroom in Heritage center, ca. 1982
32294-1098 – 1100     Norman Paulson cleaning candelabra and punchbowl from silver
service of USS North Dakota in Museum workroom in Heritage Center after Governor’s ball and reception of December 6, 1987
32294-1101 – 1145     Furniture of Lillian Wineman collection photographed at Fort Totten with temporary numbers, photos by Paulson, May 13, 1986
32294-1146 – 1162     1908 Richmond automobile owned by Robert Chase, 1 mile east of
Hebron (ND), photos by Paulson at home of Chase, August 15, 1983
32294-1163 – 1174     Cartridge Exhibit belonging to 6th Infantry, Williston (ND), displayed at the museum at Fort Buford until November 1986, photos by Paulson, May 1987
32294-1175 – 1176     32 volt Jacobs wind charger at the farm of Herbert Chase, 1 mile
east of Hebron (ND), photos by Paulson, August 15, 1983
32294-1177 – 1182     Windmill north of Butte (ND), wagons north of Sterling (ND), October 1, 1984 (#84.197)
32294-1183 – 1213     Windmill acquired on abandoned farm near Balfour (ND), photos by Paulson, November 5, 1984
32294-1214 – 1219     In studio of Belle Mehus, Bismarck (ND), photos by Paulson, March 25, 1988
32294-1220 – 1224     Standard Oil gas pump, School for the Deaf, Devils Lake (ND), September 20, 1984 (#84.186.1)
32294-1225                 Map of Fort Clark Trading Post and Indian Village. From large poster made up for Shelter building on Fort Clark site
32294-1226                 Aerial view of the grave maker of Corpl. John Platt, Co. K 1st Minn. Cav. who died July 28, 1863 of wounds received at Battle of Dead Buffalo Lake. This grave site is near the site of Camp Stees on the Sibley Trail of 1863; the camp of July 28-29. Camp is located near center of sec. 19, Twp. 139, R. 78; about 2 ½ miles northwest of Menoken, ND, Burleigh County. See close-up 35mm photos of this grave marker in museum curator’s photo file. This photo taken in October 1967 by the ND National Guard, Air Section.
32294-1227                 Charles M. Russell
32294-1228                 An old picture of a “pot hunter” in action with appropriate caption included. This came from the Ohio State Museum. Copied in April ‘64
32294-1229                 Aerial photo of old Fort Rice (vertical) Taken in May 1964 by NDNG Army Air Section.
32294-1230                 Aerial photo (vertical of old Fort Rice This shows a small portion of the old river bank just to the east of the fort. Taken by NDNG Army Air Section in May of 1964
32294-1231–1238       Aerial photo of Fort Rice taken 1964 & July 1967
32294-1239                 Aerial photo of old Fort Rice looking southeast, showing the old river bank and part of Rice Creek. Taken in May, 1964 by NDNG Army Air Section.
32294-1240                 Aerial photo of old Fort Rice showing the east part of the fort and the old river just to the east of the fort. Taken in May, 1964 by NDNG Army Air Section.
32294-1241                 Aerial photo of the old river bank just to the south of old Fort Rice. NDNG Army Air Section. May 1964
32294-1242                 Aerial photo showing part of Rice Creek in the area just to the south of old Fort Rice. This view shows part of the old river bank to the southwest of Fort Rice. Taken by NDNG Army Air Section in May of 1964.
32294-1243                 Aerial photo showing the old Fort Rice, taken by NDNG Army Air Section, in May of 1964.
32294-1244                 Aerial  photo of old Fort Rice (vertical) showing most of the fort and the old river bank to the east of the fort. Taken in May, 1964 by NDNG Army Air Section.
32294-1245                 Aerial photo of the site of Fort Rice showing entire site and the southwest corner of the town of Fort Rice. View is looking to the NW. Taken in July 1967 by the NDNG, Air Section.
32294-1246                 Aerial photo of the site of Fort Rice taken in July, 1967 by the North Dakota National Guard, Air Section. View is looking north, showing entire site.
32294-1247                 Fragment of heavy china plate or bowl found in the trash area at Fort Rice in 1967 by N. Paulson.
32294-1248                 Northern Pacific depot, Mandan, ND date unknown. This negative was made January 1967 from a print in the possession of Calvin Bertsch, of 618 Ave. E. East, Bismarck Mr. Bertsch obtained this print from the late Conrad Johnson of Mandan, years ago.
32294-1249                 View of an old McCormick—Deering reaper at Ben Zueger’s place about 15 miles upriver from Mandan, ND photo: Alan R. Woolworth, February, 1955
32294-1250                 Museum exhibit put up in Liberty Memorial Building about 1965 using Indian trade silver articles owned by Dr. Kenneth Leonard of Garrison. This collection was on loan to us for this exhibit.
32294-1251–1256       Negatives taken at the Edelbrock farm in Oliver Co., ND. Shown are a Fordson tractor, a 1904 Colean steam engine, a Pioneer (1920) gas tractor and an old threshing machine. Ike Smith in photos.
32294-1257                 Group of Red River half breeds? And their families and red river ox carts.
32294-1258                 Copy photo from Historical Library View from Writing Rock, of Fort Ransom and the old spring. Copied in January 1967 by N. Paulson.
32294-1259                 Old ND State Capitol and Liberty Memorial Building. Copied out of Crawford’s History of N. Dak.
32294-1260                 Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show, n.d. Copied from an original in possession of Frank Zahn.
32294-1261                 Aerial photo of Fort Clark Site. Taken in 1941 by Roy Bach. Copied from positive in December 1962 by N. Paulson. View looking SW.
32294-1262                 Plate of chipped stone artifacts and pottery rims from the Woodland site southwest of Williston. Photo: W.R. Wood, June, 1955.
32294-1263                 Schultz site pottery rim, restored. Photo: W.R. Wood, June, 1955.
32294-1264–1265       Copy negative US Army discharge certificate of William Zahn. Copied by Norman Paulson about 1964 not in SHS collections
32294-1266                 Schultz site, partially restored vessel. Photo: W.R. Wood, June, 1955.
32294-1267                 Copy Photo Rocky Mountain stage coach standing in front of the De Mores Hotel in Medora, ND. This is one of de Mores coaches used on his Medora to Deadwood stage route in the ‘80’s. This is the same coach as that stored in the trophy room at the de Mores Chateau, according to Harry Roberts. This was copied in May 1966 by N. Paulson from a framed copy hanging in the Chateau. Photographer was Ingersol from St. Paul.
32294-1268                 Copy photo stagecoach loaded with people. Copied in May 1966 by N. Paulson from a framed print on display in the De Mores Chateau in Medora, ND.
32294-1269                 Historical Library #B439 Copy photo De Mores Chateau, Medora, 1886 From the album of the Duke de Vallombrosa. View looking to the west from the east side of the Little Missouri River.
32294-1270                 Copy photo people standing near boilers of the de Mores Packing plant in Medora, ND. 2nd from the right is Mrs. Carl Olson; 2nd from left is Evlyn Olmstead (maiden name). Photo was acquired by Harry Roberts from Carl Olson of Medora about 1953. It was copied for the museum in May 1966 by N. Paulson. The original is on display at the Chateau in Medora. Harry Roberts took the print with him when he retired as caretaker.
32294-1271                 Copy photo three women standing in front of the boilers at the packing plant in Medora. Unidentified, n.d. Photo was acquired about 1966 from the print hanging in the Chateau.
32294-1272                 Historical Library #B356 Packing Plant, Medora. From an original in the possession of the Duke de Vallombrosa. n.d.
32294-1273                 Northern Pacific RR construction camp in the Badlands known as Walker’s camp, located 12 miles east of the Little Missouri River at Medora. See Pyramid Park article reprint, p. 15 for description of this camp. Copied March 1966 by N. Paulson from page 81 in the book, "Following the Frontier" by Tilden
32294-1274                 copy photo De Mores Hotel, Medora, ND, built in 1884. Photo was copied in May 1966 from an original print hanging in the de Mores Chateau.
32294-1275                 Historical Library #A2319 copy photo Ferris Store in Medora, where Theodore Roosevelt had a room. n.d.
32294-1276                 copy photo Medora, ND in 1906. Photographer unidentified. View looking northwest, showing the stock yards south of the tracks and the de Mores Packing plant buildings. Negative was made in May 1966 from a print on display at the de Mores Chateau.
32294-1277                 Historical Library #B435 Medora in the 1880’s. View looking to the southwest. From the album of the Duke de Vallombrosa. A dark picture.
32294-1278                 Historical Library #B436 copy photo Medora in 1886, view looking NW. From an original from the album of Duke de Vallombrosa
32294-1279                 copy photo Medora, ND winter scene. Date and photographer unknown. View is looking east from hill on west side of town, near cemetery. Taken before 1907 when packing plant burned. Copied in May of 1966 by N. Paulson from a print on display at the de Mores Chateau in Medora.
32294-1280                 The Marquis de Mores at the Chateau. The beginning of a hunting expedition. Copied by N. Paulson from a print in use at the Chateau, July of 1966. This picture may be found opposite page 21 on the booklet, "The Career or Marquis de Mores in the Badlands of North Dakota" by Arnold O. Goplen.
32294-1281                 Historical Library photo #A4511 Copy De Mores Chateau, Medora, probably about 1936 at the time when the Society acquired the property. View looking east, showing the west and north side of chateau. Russell Reid photo.
32294-1282                 Medora, ND view looking west from the bluffs east of town. Inscribed “Medora 1908”. Copied in May 1966 by N. Paulson from a framed print displayed at the de Mores Chateau in Medora. No other data. This could be an Osborne Photo.
32294-1283                 Historical Library #B485 Copy photo De Mores packing plant cooling house and ice house under construction 1883.
32294-1284                 Historical Library #B440 Copy photo De Mores Chateau, Medora 1883 This is from the De Mores Collection. The year it was built. View looking north with two building in the bottoms and the town of Medora in background.
32294-1285                 Historical Library #B433 Copy photo De More Packing Plant in Medora n.d. From album of Duke de Vallombrosa
32294-1286                 Copy photo A Walhalla scene; under this tree Father Belcourt had his first mission (?)
32294-1287                 Copy negative Building labeled, "Pembina in 1851– The First Homestead in North Dakota", showing a two part log building with about 14 people standing near it. Copied in 1968 from the cover of "Lounsberry Record" for August of 1895 by N. Paulson
32294-1288                 Copy negative Norman Kittson’s Warehouse in Walhalla, ND, showing nine people on and near the building which is in a state of disrepair. Written on bottom edge of picture is this: “Ruins of castle Kittson built 1853 Walhalla”. Copied in 1968 by N. Paulson
32294-1289                 Copy negative Ruins of Kittson’s warehouse in Walhalla, ND, showing a woman standing in front of it; n.d.; woman unidentified; copied from a photo in the photo file of the Historical Society #A93 In 1968 by N. Paulson.
32294-1290                Copy negative Antoine Gingras’ trading post located about a mile northeast of Walhalla. ND. View is probably looking southeast; n.d. Copied in 1968 by N. Paulson
32294-1291                 Copy photo Home of Antoine Gingras ? which stands about 25 yards to the west of the trading post building operated by Gingras. n.d.; view is looking northwest. Copied in 1968 by N. Paulson from a photo in the files of the Hist. Soc.
32294-1292                 copy photo Branding a calf
32294-1293                 copy photo Three cowboys astride their horses
32294-1294                 C895 Group of 16 men (soldiers) standing near a Gatling gun and sand bag abutment. This is supposed to be a Barry photo, taken at Ft. A. Lincoln, but is this correct?
32294-1295                 C895 Gatling gun at Fort A. Lincoln, showing 16 men, sand bags. This is a Barry Photo from the Denver Pub. Library.
32294-1296                 #A-1080 Sutlers post, Fort A. Lincoln 17 men drinking.
32294-1297                 Fort A. Lincoln sometime after 1890. From the book "The Great American West" by Horan.
32294-1298                 Copy negative #247 C. Officers' row, cavalry post, Fort A. Lincoln. Barry photo. Winter.
32294-1299                 7th Cavalry band at Fort A. Lincoln. Taken by F.J. Haynes, probably in 1877. Copied from page 162 in "Following the Frontier" by F. Tilden.
32294-1300                 Guard Mounting on parade ground at Fort A. Lincoln, taken by Frank Jay Haynes in June of 1877. This print obtained from the Custer Battlefield National Monument in November of 1963 and copied by Norman Paulson.
32294-1301                 D 513 Fort McKeen, view looking south showing southwest and northwest blockhouse and several other buildings and the stockade.
32294-1302                 Fort A. Lincoln 1874 This is an Illingworth photo, view looking northeast toward Bismarck. This shows the original Custer house which burned February 6, 1874.
32294-1303                 Officers' Quarters, Fort A. Lincoln cavalry post, looking southwest. Taken by Frank Jay Haynes in June 1877. Print obtained at Custer Battlefield Monument November 1963.
32294-1304                 Group of Infantrymen and Gatling gun at Fort McKeen. This may be a Haynes photo. This negative was made from a print obtained from the Custer Battlefield museum in November 1963.
32294-1305                 Ground plan of Fort McKeen
32294-1306                 The five living cottonwoods on top of the hill at Fort McKeen, taken in 1905.
32294-1307                 Blockhouse at Fort McKeen. This may be incorrect.
32294-1308                 Group of officers and wives in front of Custer home, Fort A. Lincoln, 1889. L. to r. Powell, General Crook, Major Powell’s wife. Standing: Governor Fasler, Major Powell, Major Warner, Major Randall, Photo by Barry.
32294-1309                 Group of officers and ladies on steps of Custer home, Fort A. Lincoln. Unidentified.
32294-1310                 Fiske photo # 249 Site of the cavalry post at Fort A. Lincoln – view looking southeast.
32294-1311                 Blockhouse at Fort McKeen?
32294-1312                 Gen. G.A. Custer & wife in Gen. Custer’s study, Fort A. Lincoln, D.T.
32294-1313–1315       Name rock on Davis Creek just to the southeast from Medora. This is on the 1876 Custer trail. Names visible in 1961 are: W.C. Williams Co. H 7th Cav. May 1876 and F. Neely Co. M 7th Cav. May 1876. Williams survived the battle of the Little Big Horn and was in Benteen’s battalion. Neely was in Lt. French’s company and also survived. These photos given museum in 1962 by a member of the ND Game & Fish Department.
32294-1316                 Sketch of Fort Clark trading post and Indian village Mi–toutta–hang–kouche.
32294-1317–1320       Four views of a copy camera stand in use at the American Museum of Nat. Hist., in New York. See 8 x 10 prints of these in photo file in museum office, 3rd floor.
32294-1321                 Fort A. Lincoln as seen from Fort McKeen hill. This picture hangs on second floor in museum.
32294-1322                 The Custer house at Fort A. Lincoln. Barry photo, date unknown. This is the late Custer house, the first burned February 6, 1874.      
32294-1323                 Fort Totten as seen from across the bay which lies to the east of the fort. Copied from a stereo view taken by F.J. Haynes now in Historical Library, June 1968. A distant view but it shows the fort on the hill and the water in area where today there is none.
32294-1324                 Copy photo Fort Totten, D.T. This view is looking north. It was copied in March 1968 from p. 6 in the booklet, "Devils Lake Illustrated", published in 1898. (in Hist. Lib.) Lake in background; It is very similar to NB370 in the Lib. Only this is taken from a higher viewpoint and thus shows more of the buildings north of the fort and the lake to the north and east.
32294-1325                 copy photo Officers' houses at Fort Pembina; view looking southwest; blacksmith and carpenter shops in far background. Officer’s house at left was standing until 1965 and the present home of the Alvin Warner’s is standing on the spot. This negative was made from an original in the possession of Alvin Warner, in June 1968.
32294-1326                 Copy photo Infantry on dress parade at Fort Pembina; n.d.; view is looking northwest; bldg. at left is store house and other two bldgs are barracks. Copied in June 1968 from an original in possession of Alvin Warner whose farm now stands on the site of Fort Pembina.
32294-1327                 copy photo Infantry on dress parade at Fort Pembina – n.d.; view looking northeast; enlisted men’s barracks in background. Copied in June 1968 from an original in possession of Alvin Warner whose farm now stands on the site of military post Fort Pembina which is located about 1 mile south of town of Pembina.
32294-1328                 copy photo Water tower at Fort Pembina (1870-1895) which stood on east side of the fort; Red River is in background. Fort Pembina is located about 1 mile south of the town of Pembina, N. Dak. and the farm of Alvin Warner now stands on the site. This print was made from an original in the possession of the Warner’s.
32294-1329                 Copy photo of Fort Pembina
32294-1330                 Copy negative of Fort Rice 1873 from an oil painting by Seth Eastman hanging in the National Capitol. Copied in July 1964 from an 8 x 10 print made from a negative (color) borrowed from the U.S. Capitol. The negative was returned to J. George Stewart, Architect if the Capitol.
32295-1331                 Sketch of the fortification at Fort Dilts made by the Art Dept. at the UND March 1967 by N. Paulson.
32294-1332                 Copy negative Federal Cavalry trooper. Copied from the cover of "Western Horseman", January 1962 issue.
32294-1333                 Copy photo of map of ground plan of Fort Ransom copied in 1967 by N. Paulson from map in Historical Library made by Dana Wright in 1923.
32294-1334                 Copy photo of map of Camp Stees on the Sibley Exp. Trail of 1863; copied in 1967 from map drawn by Dana Wright in 1923, in Historical Library files.
32294-1335                 Copy photo of map of Camp Slaughter of 1863 Sibley Trail in ND Copied in 1967 by N. Paulson from Dana Wright maps in Historical Library
32294-1336                 copy photo of map of Camp Braden on the 1863 Sibley trail in ND. Copied in 1967 by N. Paulson from Dana Wright map in Historical Library
32294-1337                 Painting depicting the battle of Washita. Artist unknown.
32294-1338                 General G.A. Custer with three Indians and another white man. Bloody Knife alone is identified. In front of NPRR tent, two dogs.
32294-1339–1340       Copy print Site of burial place of Sgt. Hugh S. Blair, Co. K. 2nd Nebraska Cavalry who was killed near Whitestone Battlefield. From notes of Dr. H.A. Porter.
32294-1341                 (no description)
32294-1342                 Custer scout, White–man–runs–him
32294-1343–1344       Framed cards showing lists of the names of the Custer dead at the battle of the Little Big Horn.
32294-1345                 Copy negative Battle of Killdeer Mountain From a sketch by I.D. Barker, Sully’s Nebraska Scouts. This negative was made from a print which was on display at the Whitestone Hill Museum.
32294-1346                 Copy negative of ground plan of Fort Buford, 1874 Copied from Hygiene in the U.S. Army.
32294-1347–1348       copy negative of map of the Sioux Expedition under command of Gen. H.H. Sibley 1863. Copied in 1962 by N. Paulson from book, Atlas to accompany the official records of the Union and confederate armies, plate 33.
32294-1349                 A 1206 Fort McKeen showing the southwest blockhouse with cannon, a possible Gatling Gun and several caissons. View is looking east. Taken by Taylor of St. Paul in September of 1873.
32294-1350                 Fiske negatives #2603 Two cavalry troopers on their horses. May be near Fort Yates.
32294-1351                 Fiske negative #1666 Cavalry trooper and horse. Local not known. May be fort Yates.
32294-1352                 Copy photo The Post Traders buildings, Fort A. Lincoln 1873. Copied from “The Record”
32294-1353                 Fort A. Lincoln showing enlisted men’s barracks. Date unknown.
32294-1354                 Fort A. Lincoln as seen from hill to the NW of the cavalry post. Photo incorrectly labeled Standing Rock Agency.
32294-1355                 The ferry DENVER tied up at the landing at Fort A. Lincoln. Date unknown.
32294-1356                 Officer’s row at Fort A. Lincoln showing a group of infantrymen. Taken by Gilbert of Mandan in 1884. Man at right is J.J. Smith. This data from Maj. Anders.
32294-1357–1359       Group of officers and wives on picnic near Fort A. Lincoln at Little Heart River, 1875.
32294-1360                 Buffalo Lodge site rim and body sherds. No catalog number. Photo: W. R. Wood, June, 1955.
32294-1361                 Copy negative of Battlefield of Dead Buffalo Lake, July 26, 1863. This was copied from, "Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies", plate 33
32294-1362                 Copy negative of a sketch of the Battle of Big Mound fought July 24, 1863. Taken from "Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies", plate 33.
32294-1363                 Copy photo Gen. G.A. Custer in self styled uniform, about 1865. Brady photo.
32294-1364                 G.A. Custer and the Grand Duke Alexis in 1873. Copy photo.
32294-1365                 Copy photo from Hist. Lib. # The old Ft. Ransom spring and road leading up to the buildings, View from Writing Rock. Copied January 1967 by N. Paulson.
32294-1366                 Copy photo from Hist. Lib. # Moat at Fort Ransom with Bear Den Hill in background.
32294-1367                 Lt. Edward Maguire’s map of the Custer Battlefield made just after the battle.
32294-1368                 Dress parade at Fort Yates, D.T. Barry photo–n.d. Infantry.
32294-1369                 Cavalry on parade ground at Fort Yates, D.T. n.d. – Barry photo
32294-1370                 Fiske photo # 370 Group of soldiers in barracks, presumed to be Fort Yates.
32294-1371                 Fiske Photo # 363 Fort Yates – Infantry barracks and soldiers. Fort Yates (1878–1895)
32294-1372–1373       Copy photo from Fiske Coll. #89 Interior of a soldiers quarters at Fort Yates, presumably.
32294-1374                 Mess hall, 8th Cavalry – Fort Yates. Copied as it shows the heavy porcelain table wear in use by the military of that period. Ft. Yates was occupied from 1878–1895.
32294-1375                 Fiske photo #315 Group of solders drinking Schlitz beer, wearing campaign hats. Some wearing blue wool uniforms and others in khakai.
32294-1376                 Fiske photo #340 Presumed to be the band at Fort Meade SD. At the right, last row is Mayor LaGuardia
32294-1377                 Fiske photo #442 Removal of bodies at Fort Yates military cemetery. 1. Sam Gayton; 2. Davidson; 3 unknown; 4. Roy Spangler; 5. Jack C.
32294-1378                 Fiske photo # 404 Two officers on their horses in front of one of the Fort Yates Buildings. One of the horses is carrying 8th cavalry saddle blanket.
32294-1379                 Fiske photo # 342 Military wagon in front of post blacksmith, carpenter and paint shop – Fort Yates.
32294-1380                 Copy photo Drinking party – in the Black Hills Custer Expedition to Black Hills, 1874. Illingworth photo.
32294-1381                 7th Cavalry on the march for the Black Hills, 1874. Illingworth photo.
32294-1382–1384       General G.A. Custer, Capt. Ludlow, Pvt. Noonan and Bloody Knife with grizzly bear shot in Black Hills, 1874.
32294-1385–1386       Illingworth photo of the 7th Cav. On march to the Black Hills, July, 1874. This was obtained from the National Archives.
32294-1387                 Bloody Knife, G.A. Custer, Pvt. Noonan, Capt. Ludlow seated by Grizzly bear killed in Black Hills, 1874 Roger Hardy made this negative in 1969. Illingworth photo.
32294-1388                 Bismarck, D.T. 1880
32294-1389                 C1026 Bismarck, D.T. in 1880’s looking northeast to courthouse.
32294-1390                 Copy negative. Bismarck, D.T. in 1881. View is looking northwest.
32294-1391                 Bismarck, D.T. as seen from the Sheridan Hotel in 1877. Taken looking west on Main by F.J. Haynes and copied in March 1966 from the book "Following the Frontier", by Tilden, page 302. Copied by N. Paulson.
32294-1392                 C 1028 Bismarck, D.T. about 1888 showing 4th Street looking north from Broadway
32294-1393                 C 1027 Bismarck, D.T. in 1880’s looking northwest from 3rd Street and Broadway.
32294-1394                 Bismarck, D.T. taken in 1874 or 5. Street scene, looking west on what is probably Broadway today. Camp Hancock is at the left.
32294-1395                 The steamer Abner O'Neal tied up to the shore at unidentified site. Men are loading large sacks of wool. This steamer sank at Painted Woods July 17, 1892.
32294-1396–1398       An upper Missouri River steamer in 1904
32294-1399                 A 2821 Interior of the steamer Far West n.d.
32294-1400                 The steamer Far West. May be a Haynes photo. Negative made from a print obtained from the Custer Battlefield museum in November 1963.
32294-1401                 copy negative two steamers on the Red River, piling in foreground. Copied from photo in Historical Library
32294-1402–1403       Norman Paulson, museum assistant 1963. In museum workroom, 3rd floor, Liberty Memorial Bldg.
32294-1404                 Mr. H.C. Fish, 1st curator of the N. Dak. State Historical Society, taken in the old Capitol bldg., in 1911.
32294-1405                 N. Paulson, Vernon Erickson and Lavern Larson looking at skeleton in museum workroom 1964, October. Paulson and Erickson were museum assistants and Larson was microfilm operator.
32294-1406                 Vernon Erickson working on grizzly bear in museum workroom, September 1962. This female grizzly was killed by injection near Fishing Bridge, Yellowstone National Park and the skin acquired b SHSND for mounting. Photo by Norman Paulson.
32294-1407–1409       Three photos, Grizzly bear being prepared for exhibit. Taken in museum workroom October, 1962. Taxidermist Vernon Erickson is on two of the photos.
32294-1410                 Museum assistant and former museum assistant, Bob Barr, Vernon Erickson, Norman Paulson, Ron Hieb, in museum workroom. 1962.
32294-1411–1412       Vernon Ericson, Norman Paulson and Jim Caswell in museum workroom, 1961
32294-1413                 Vernon W. Erickson, museum Assistant 1963 in museum workroom
32294-1414                 Norman Paulson in workroom with bottles from trash area, Fort Rice. About 1958. 3 ¼ x 4 ¼ negative.
32294-1415                 Ray Wood at drafting table in museum workroom. 1956? 1 sec. f. 8 Plus X film 3 ¼ x 4 ¼ negative. Photo by Norman Paulson
32294-1416                 Ray Wood at drafting table and Alan Worthworth at table in museum workroom, 1956? F. 8 1 sec. Plus x film. 3 ¼ x 4 ¼ film Photo by Norman Paulson
32294-1417                 Alan Woolworth at work in museum workroom, 1956? F. 8 1 sec. Plus X film 3 ¼ x 4 ¼ film. Photo by Norman Paulson
32294-1418–1427       Fort Clark materials set of 10 negatives of archeological materials recovered from the Fort Clark site, in storage in archeological lab. Photographed September 1975 by Bill Leingang for the purpose of laying out the new exhibits to go into the new visitor center on the Fort Clark site.
32294-1428                 Aerial photo of the Winona, ND area copied from a large aerial borrowed from the ND Game & Fish Dept. August, 1967. Shows sections 5 and 8; Twp. 130, R. 79. Winona was located 21 miles west and 2 miles south of Strasburg, ND.
32294-1429                 copy negative Aerial photo taken of excavations being conducted at the Site of Fort Atkinson, also showing the camp of the crew. Conducted in 1953 by G. Hubert Smith.
32294-1430                 copy negative aerial photo taken of excavations and the camp at Fort Atkinson, conducted in 1953 by River Basin Surveys, Smithsonian Inst.
32294-1431                 copy negative Aerial view of site of Like–a–fishhook village – Fort Berthold, probably taken in 1953, showing the site from a distance from the east.
32294-1432                 copy photo an aerial photo of excavations at Like–a–Fishhook village, probably taken about 1953, showing excavated earthlodges.
32294-1433                 Aerial photo of Fort Berthold – Like–a–Fishhook village.
32294-1434                 copy negative aerial view showing excavations at Like–a–Fishhook village and also Fort Atkinson, probably taken in 1953.
32294-1435                 Copy negative Plate 64 Indians on horseback hunting buffalo. Bodmer Atlas
32294-1436                 Copy negative Bodmer Atlas Corpse of a Dakota on a Platform. Plate 44
32294-1437                 Copy negative Bodmer Atlas Plate 19, Blackfeet Indians on Horseback.
32294-1438                 Copy negative Bodmer Atlas Tent of an Assiniboin Chief Plate 16
32294-1439                 Copy negative Plate 56 Pehriska–Ruhpa in the costume of the Dog Band Bodmer Atlas
32294-1440                 Copy photo Indians approaching mackinaw boat on Missouri River. Bodmer print.
32294-1441                 Copy negative Plate 13, Crow Indians at Fort Clark. Bodmer Atlas
32294-1442                 Bodmer painting, Mandans on the frozen Missouri.
32294-1443–1445       Copy negatives from Bodmer Atlas Mostly Indians; negatives are thin.
32294-1446                 L.A. Huffman photo “Buffalo hunters taking robes and tongues on Big Dry Creek twixt the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers, 1879. A print of this photo hangs in the gun room, 2nd floor.
32294-1447                 Copy negative Roundup Cook and Pie–biter at work. L.A. Huffman photo of two men at back of chuckwagon.
32294-1448                 Copy negative “The Night Hawk in his nest” a photo of a cowboy sleeping in his bed roll on the ground; a saddled horse stands tied in background. Huffman photo.
32294-1449                 copy photos “Bronko cross hobbled & saddled” Huffman photo?
32294-1450–1455       Copy negatives from book on L.S. Huffman “Before Barbed WireE”
32294-1456                 Capitol Hotel, Bismarck, D.T. in 1876. Taken by F.J. Haynes and copied March 1966 by N. Paulson from the book, "Following the Frontier" by Tilden.
32294-1457                 Northern Pacific RR bridge at Bismarck, crossing the Missouri River. Showing 8 locomotives on the bridge. Taken by F.J Haynes in 1881? Copied by N. Paulson from page 70 in the book "Following the Frontier" by Tilden.
32294-1458                 Black Hills Stage Co. at Bismarck, D.T. ; taken by F.J. Haynes in 1877. Copied from page 252 in the book "Following the Frontier" by Tilden by N. Paulson in 1966.
32294-1459                 Interior of bar in the Sheridan Hotel in Bismarck, D.T. Taken by F.J. Haynes in 1877 and copied from p. 302 in the book "Following the Frontier" by Tilden. Copied by N. Paulson.
32293-1460–1461       Copy negative of one of Charlie Russell’s oil paintings depicting a mounted Indian shooting a buffalo with bow & arrows.
32294-1462–1470       Palmer Spring April 1965
32294-1471–1478       Photos taken at Palmer Spring site in April 1964 by Norman Paulson
32294-1479–1484       Spring 1955 Headstone for Pvt. Nicolas Miller being erected next to Lt. Beaver’s marker south of Bismarck near the Falconer farm. These photos taken spring 1955 by A.R. Woolworth, Archeologist, SHSND. See full particulars on back of contact print within. Photos of Col. Dana Wright, Isadora Smith and Robert White at the placing of a grave marker to Nicolas Miller, one of Sibley’s soldiers. Marker placed near Lt. Beaver’s Falconer farm, spring, 1955.
32294-1485–1525       Nancy Hendrickson’s pet pictures See 35mm negative strips 886-893 copied from Nancy’s originals by Norman Paulson as Nancy could not find her negatives.
32294-1526–1563       Special Program for children from Jeanette Myhre Elementary School, Bismarck, held in museum workroom, Liberty Memorial bldg. November 1973. Dave Sailer Photographer. See 35mm negative strips #536-539 and #540-543.
32294-1564–1568       Chateau de Mores Individual specimen photos taken May 8, 1969 and October 6, 1971 by Norman Paulson, in 35mm.  I loaned this set of 99 5 x 7 prints to Felix and Linda Revello at de Mores Chateau Hist. Site, in the fall of 1977 so that they could write the catalog numbers of specimens shown on these photos, on the back of each photo. They and their help were able to do this during warm weather during the winter of 1977-78 and gave the photos back to me February 23, 1978 as they passed through Bismarck enroute to a new job at St. Petersburg, Florida at Castillo San de Marcos Nat. Mon. N. Paulson; Dining Room
32294-1569–1573       Chateau de Mores Individual specimen photos taken May 8, 1969 and October 6, 1971 by Norman Paulson, in 35mm; Marquis’ Bedroom
32294-1574                 Chateau de Mores Individual specimen photos taken May 8, 1969 and October 6, 1971 by Norman Paulson, in 35mm.
32294-1575                 Chateau de Mores Individual specimen photos taken May 8, 1969 and October 6, 1971 by Norman Paulson, in 35mm.; Living Room
32294-1576–1596       Chateau de Mores Individual specimen photos taken May 8, 1969 and October 6, 1971 by Norman Paulson, in 35mm.; Main Floor Trophy Room
32294-1597–1600       Chateau de Mores Individual specimen photos taken May 8, 1969 and October 6, 1971 by Norman Paulson, in 35mm.; Main Floor Servants Kitchen-Dining Room
32294-1601–1603       Chateau de Mores Individual specimen photos taken May 8, 1969 and October 6, 1971 by Norman Paulson, in 35mm.; Main Floor Office
32294-1604                 Chateau de Mores Individual specimen photos taken May 8, 1969 and October 6, 1971 by Norman Paulson, in 35mm.; Main Floor
32294-1605–1607       Chateau de Mores Individual specimen photos taken May 8, 1969 and October 6, 1971 by Norman Paulson, in 35mm. Main Floor Store Room (Trunks)
32294-1608–1616       Chateau de Mores Individual specimen photos taken May 8, 1969 and October 6, 1971 by Norman Paulson, in 35mm. Main Floor
32294-1617–1629       Chateau de Mores Individual specimen photos taken May 8, 1969 and October 6, 1971 by Norman Paulson, in 35mm.; 2nd Floor
32294-1630–1662      Chateau de Mores Individual specimen photos taken May 8, 1969 and October 6, 1971 by Norman Paulson, in 35mm.
32294-1663–1667      Chateau de Mores Individual specimen photos taken May 8, 1969 and October 6, 1971 by Norman Paulson, in 35mm.; Hall
32294-1668–1741       Carl Smith Coll. Photos taken in old Administration Bldg. School for the Deaf, Devils Lake, ND, February – March 1969 by Norman Paulson
32294-1742–1762       Erling Ahlson Collection as seen is his home in Williston, ND. Photographed October 1969 by Norman Paulson this collection was purchased by Gold Seal Co. for $5000.00 for SHSND.
32294-1763–1802       Fort Buford Hist. Site interior views in the museum showing the exhibits – interior of cases, photos taken August 1970 by Norman Paulson
32294-1803–1811       Fort Buford Hist. Site interior views in the museum showing the exhibits – interior of cases, photos taken August 1970 by Norman Paulson; Burdick Coll. This coll. Transferred from Fort Buford to Bismarck August 11, 1981.
32294-1812–1825       Olaf Hesdallen, Caretaker Fort Abercrombie Hist. Site Photographed by N. Paulson in fall 1971 at a farm near Abercrombie with millstones acquired by SHS, now exhibited in front of the museum at Fort Abercrombie Hist. Site.
32294-1826–1844       Exhibit rooms and SHS staff in Liberty Memorial Bldg., March 1975 photos by Bill Leingang: Natural History Exhibit; Period Room (Dental);“North Dakota Artists” Exhibit; “Clock” Room; Period Room (Drug Store);“Gun Room”,; Hall 2nd Floor;“Indian” Room 2nd Floor; Lyle Nelson in Stacks; Norman Paulson in museum workroom & Sub-basement; Dave Sailer in museum workroom
32294-1845–1863       Lake Region Heritage Center Devils Lake, ND. Exterior & Interior Views. This is the former Sheriff’s residence adjacent to the old Court House. Photos taken September 26, 1974 showing part of the Carl F. Smith Coll. On loan to this museum. Photos by Norman Paulson, SHSND.
32294-1864–1894       Plummer store & Wildlife exhibit Fort Totten Historic Site Photos taken September 18, 1980 by Norman Paulson 35mm see negative strips #1114–1118
32294-1895–1929       Misc. Photos: German film crew at Camp Hancock, August 1971; film crew in Liberty Memorial Bldg., April 22, 1976; Dr. Post from NDSU installing insect exhibit April 22, 1976; Alice Peterson and her spinning wheel & loom, in her home in Benedict, ND September 1969; Exterior views of Carl Ben Eielson home, Hatton, N.D. June 1968; Exhibit panel used in museum at Fort Lincoln State Park 1975; Sword found near Butte De Morale near Harvey, ND, brought to SHS to be identified – not in SHS Coll. June 6, 1978; Exhibit room in old Capitol Bldg., Bismarck, of SHS, prior to 1925
32294-1930–1932       1977 lane going east of Liberty Memorial Bldg. to former enclosure where Roosevelt Cabin had been. Hand wrought gate to Roosevelt Cabin enclosure  made by Haile Chisholm of the Agriculture College, Fargo, ND. Photos by Bill Leingang.
32294-1933–1949       Chateau De Mores exterior & interior views taken May 8, 1969 by Norman Paulson 35mm and recorded of individual pieced of furniture.
32294-1950–1957       Chateau De Mores exterior & interior views taken May 8, 1969 by Norman Paulson 35mm and recorded of individual pieced of furniture. Exterior Views
32294-1958–2024      Dale Hawk Coll. Photos taken of 54 pieces if farm machinery on the farm of Dale & Martha Hawk near Wolford, ND, assigned temporary accession numbers. Photos taken October 11–13, 1978 by Norman Paulson. 35mm
32294-2025–2033      School for the Deaf, Devils Lake, ND
Moving the Carl F. Smith collection out of the old Administration Bldg. in April 1975 with a few views of large bells behind this building some of which came to our storage Bldg. at Fort Lincoln State Park and some that remained at the school and were not part of the Smith Coll. Photos taken by Nick Franke, archeologist, SHSND who helped move parts of this coll. To Bismarck. Nick has the negatives.
32294-2034–2057       Pembina State Museum
Record photos of exhibits & artifacts, taken July 1970 by Norman Paulson 35mm West Wing Barry Coll.
32294-2058–2094       Pembina State Museum
Record photos of exhibits & artifacts, taken July 1970 by Norman Paulson 35mm
32294-2095–2116       Warden's residence N.D. State Penitentiary Bismarck, N.D.: Record photos of furniture; Photos taken by Norman Paulson in fall 1972; Governor’s Mansion
32294-2117–2221       Warden's residence N.D. State Penitentiary Bismarck, N.D.: Record photos of furniture; Photos taken by Norman Paulson in fall 1972
 32294-2222–2230      Warden's residence N.D. State Penitentiary Bismarck, N.D.: Record photos of furniture; Photos taken by Norman Paulson in fall 1972; Staircase and wall and ceiling light fixtures
32294-2231–2244       Warden's residence N.D. State Penitentiary Bismarck, N.D.: Record photos of furniture; Photos taken by Norman Paulson in fall 1972; In the Attic
 32294-2245–2257      Warden's residence N.D. State Penitentiary Bismarck, N.D.: Record photos of furniture; Photos taken by Norman Paulson in fall 1972;
32294-2258–2306       Warden’s residence N.D. Mostly interior views; Photos taken by Bill Leingang in 1976 (?)
32294-2307–2327       Taken March 1966 by N. Paulson see 35mm negatives strips #601–604
32294-2328–2335       Hist. sites Double Ditch 1973
32294-2336–2361       Photos taken June 18-19, 1968: Camp Arnold (Sibley trail near Oriska – negative strip #236; Carl Ben Eilson house & Hatton – negative strip #237-238; Masonic Park – Pembina – negative strip 240; Pembina state museum & Hatton monument strip 239– soldier in Hatch’s Btn.; Joseph Rolette grave – Pembina – negative strip 240; Judson La Moure grave- “––– negative strip #240; Martyr’s graves Walhalla –– negative strip #242-243 35mm plus x film
32294-2362–2367       Historic site Ft. Rice 1973
32294-2368–2371       Historic site Chaska 1973
32294-2372–2379       Historic site Ft. Abercrombie May 9, 1973 Slabtown area
32294-2380–2399       Broste museum Parshall ND
32294-2400–2405       August 17, 1972 Aerials Pembina river west of Walhalla Gingras Trading post site. Photos taken by Norman Paulson from plane flown by Jack Soeby of Walhalla.
32294-2406–2408       (no description)
32294-2409                 May 1963 Pioneer Daughter museum at Fort Totten
32294-2410–2411       Cherokee Monument on Whitestone Hill August 31, 1967 
32294-2412                 Whitestone Hill August 31, 1967
32294-2413                 Walhalla June 19, 1968
32294-2414                 (no description)
32294-2415                 Rooting out trees- looking NW over site of new Highway Dept bldg. July 1966 taken by Norman Paulson.
 32294-2416                looking NW over site of new Highway Dept bldg taken in July 1966 by Norman Paulson
32294-2417                 Looking N. Site of new Highway Dept. bldg. taken July 1966 by Norman Paulson
32294-2418                 Looking east from spot north of museum. July 1966
32294-2419–2420       (no description)
32294-2421                 Looking NE from grounds behind museum, toward the site of the new Highway Dept bldg. July 1966
32294-2422                 Looking SW over site of new Highway Dept bldg. July 1966 taken by N. Paulson
32294-2423                 Looking NW over site of new Highway Dept bldg. July 1966 taken by Norman Paulson
32294-2424                 looking east over old road behind museum. Taken in July 1966 by Norman Paulson
32294-2425                 Fort Rice August 23, 1967 Looking east
32294-2426                 Fort Rice August 23, 1967 View looking SW
32294-2427                 Fort Rice August 23, 1967 Rice Creek
32294-2428                 Fort Rice August 23, 1967 View to North
32294-2429–2431       Fort Rice August 23, 1967 View looking NE
 32294-2432–2436      Ft. Rice August 23, 1967
32294-2437                 Highway Dept bldg being built. Looking N. May 1967
32294-2438                 New Highway Dept Bldg. (outer) view looking west May 1967
32294-2439                 New Highway Dept. Bldg. View looking West May 1967
32294-2440                 New Highway Dept. Bldg. View looking NW May 1967
32294-2441–2449       (no description)
32294-2450                 Fort Lincoln State Park museum August 23, 1967
32294-2451–2452       Fort Lincoln State Park Museum
32294-2453                 Fort Lincoln State Park Museum August 23, 1967
32294-2454–2455       Break-in of August 15, 1967 Winchester ’66 Continental rifle stolen from their case – recovered August 25, 1967
32294-2456                 Break-in of August 15, 1967 single action revolver stolen from their case – recovered August 25, 1967
32294-2457                 Broken glass case – 2nd floor hall in museum – break-in occurred August 15, 1967 .45 cal. Single action colt revolver stolen from this case recovered August 25, 1967
32294-2458                 Very old store – Fort Yates, N.D. May 1961
32294-2459                 Lumber Concern North of Fort Yates. May 1961
32294-2460                 flagpole May 1961 museum photo taken by N. Paulson
32294-2461                 May 1961 Flag pole near Liberty Memorial Bldg. being painted. By N. Paulson
32294-2462                 Parking lot behind Liberty Memorial Bldg. in 1960’s by N. Paulson
32294-2463                 Liberty Memorial Bldg. August 1967 South side
32294-2464                 March 1966
32294-2465                 Parking lot behind Liberty Memorial Bldg. 1968 approx.
32294-2466                 Curator office, 3rd floor, Liberty Memorial Bldg. by N. Paulson
32294-2467                 Jim Sperry in museum workroom, 3rd floor, Liberty Memorial Bldg. 1964
32294-2468                 Laverne Larson, microfilm operator, in Liberty Memorial Bldg. probably 1960’s by N. Larson
32294-2469                 “Indian room”, north end of 3rd floor, Liberty Memorial Bldg. probably 1960’s N. Paulson
32294-2470                 Curator office, 3rd floor, Liberty Memorial Bldg.
32294-2471                 SHS stack, Liberty Memorial Bldg.
32294-2472                 Sub-basement in Liberty Memorial Bldg.
32294-2473                 Dental Period Room, Liberty Memorial Bldg.
32294-2474                 Margaret Rose, Librarian, in vault, Liberty Memorial Bldg.
32294-2475                 Laverne Larson
32294-2476                 March 1966
32294-2477                 Burdick pieces on exhibit March 1966
32294-2478–2501       (no description)
32294-2502                 January 1973 Case being built in hall of ground floor, by John Beck. For Ida Prokop Lee Gallery. (Indian Bust)35mm
32294-2503                 January 1973 Case being built in hall of ground floor for Ida Prokop Lee Gallery (Indian bust) 35mm
32294-2504                 Case being built in hall of ground floor, by John Beck for Indian Busts (Ida Prokop Lee Gallery) 35mm
32294-2505                 January 1973 John Beck working on case for Indian busts, Ida Prokop Lee Gallery) Hall of ground floor.
32294-2506                 Sub-basement storage, west side, under stacks. Dave Sailer at left and Don Roth. May 1973.
32294-2507                 Dave Sailer – museum assistant and wooden sign he made for Whitestone Hill site – spring 1973
32294-2508                 L. to R. Bill Robinson, Don Roth, Helen Schiermeister, Dave Sailer, Bob Gruchalla, Liesse Vantine. Hist. Soc. Crew stuffing quarterlies in library – Spring 1973
32294-2509                 L. to R. Don Roth (leaning down) Dave Sailer, Bob Gruchalla, Liesse Vantine. Museum staff stuffing quarterlies in library office, ground floor. Spring 1973.
32294-2510                 Museum storage area, sub-basement west side, over stacks – large, framed picture – May 1973 by N. Paulson
32294-2511                 Sub basement storage area, west end over stacks. May 1973 by N. Paulson
32294-2512                 Dave Sailer cleaning mounted specimen prepetory to storing in sub basement – spring 1973. By N. Paulson 35mm
32294-2513                 Dave Sailer cleaning mounted specimen brought back from Fort Totten spring 1973 – prepatory to storing in sub-basement by N. Paulson
32294-2514                 “Pioneer Room” on third floor in Liberty Memorial bldg. South end of room. 1966. See negatives strip #466, frame #2 by N. Paulson 35mm
32294-2515                 Indian Couple in case in hall of 2nd floor, Liberty Memorial bldg. 1966. See negatives strip #406, frame #4
32294-2516                 Storage area in sub-basement west end, over stacks. May 1973 Dave Sailer in view. By N. Paulson
32294-2517                 Museum storage area in sub-basement, west side, over stacks – Don Roth in view – May 1973
32294-2518                 Storage area in sub-basement west side, over stacks. May 1973 Don Roth and Dave Sailer (at right) by N. Paulson
32294-2519                 Sub-basement storage area over stacks – west end. May 1973
32294-2520                 Norman Paulson; Bernard Weinreich Bismarck ND
32294-2521–2529       (no description)
32294-2530                 See: A1486 – Poor Wolf – Gros Ventre; A6731 – Poor Wolf family – Gros Ventre; Note “Sacred Rain Chart” to right side; H.C. Fish – curator – possible photographer?;      Sacred Rain Chart (Hidatsa)
32294-2531–2541       1966: Medora area; Copy negatives of store at Fort Rice; Jamestown, ND; Fort Seward – 1966; Copy photos of Museum display at old Capitol
32294-2542–2546       Frank Russo Simons from N.Y. born Schenectady came to country with brother Willard. 1886? Irrigation purposes. For Nursery: Plums. Ditch dug from well. First lived in one dugout next to river built later one on east side of road. All dug by hand by himself. Wogensport – site of nursery est. by Frank Russo Simons. Located several miles N. of Double Ditch site, on river road. Photos taken 1967?
32294-2547–2548       (no description)
32294-2549                 Hall case – 2nd floor ­­– November 1969; 35mm plus x film – strobe
32294-2550                 Museum Workroom – November 1969; 35mm plus x film – strobe
32294-2551                 John Bech (left) and Dave Sailer in drug store period room –2nd floor, Liberty Memorial Building, Bismarck
32294-2552                 Paul Pasley speaking at gathering of evening of July 14, 1971 on Albert Schumaker form 3 miles N. of Driscoll at site of Chaska Historic Site, at time the Wagon – train from Fort Seward bound for Fort A. Lincoln arrived at their site. A Sibley trail of 1863 Campsite. Photo by Norman Paulson.
32294-2553                 Norman Paulson, museum curator in museum workroom, summer 1972 Self-timer
32294-2554                 Don Roth cleaning gun, Norman Paulson, museum curator, looking on. In museum workroom, summer 1972.
32294-2555                 Norman Paulson in museum workroom, summer 1972. Self timer
32294-2556                 Museum workroom, summer 1972
32294-2557                 Hall case, 2nd floor. November 1969 35mm plus x film – strobe
32294-2558                 Hall case – 2nd floor – November 1969 35mm plus x – strobe
32294-2559                 Don Roth cleaning gun in museum workroom, summer 1972.
32294-2560                 Norman Paulson, museum curator in museum workroom, summer 1972.
32294-2561                 Don Roth, museum assistant (temporarily employed under Emergency Employment Act.) and Norman Paulson, museum curator (standing) in museum workroom, summer 1972.
32294-2562                 Don Roth cleaning gun in museum workroom, summer 1972. Don is currently employed under the Emergency Employment Act.
32294-2563                 August 1970. Archeological excavation of Fort Union Site, by the Historical Park Service. View looking west. Taken by Norman Paulson.
32294-2564                 “N. Dak. Artists” exhibit . July 1976 featuring centennial quilt made by Maureen Lepp of Lehr, ND while a high school senior. Also centennial glassware owned by Helen Parhween, Hope ND Photo by Bill Leingang. 35mm
32294-2565                 May 8, 1969
32294-2566                 Wagon train (Fort Seward to Fort A. Lincoln) July 14, 1971. Albert Schumaker farm 3 ½ miles N. of Driscoll. There is the site of Camp Banks and Chaska Historic Site. (Sibley Campsite of August 1863) 35mm Photo by N. Paulson
32294-2567                 Mrs. Erling Bottneu  of Bismarck on the stage – master of ceremonies of program put on by Driscoll Men’s club – July 14, 1971 on site of Albert Schumaker farm upon whose land the Chaska Historic Site is located (in his farm yard) View looking south. Photo by N. Paulson 35mm
32294-2568                 Paul Pasley standing in the entrenchment of Camp Banks located on the present Albert Shumaker farm about 3 ½ miles N. of Driscoll. View is looking SW and was taken July 14, 1971 by Norman Paulson at a point about 150 yards SW of Monument to Chaska, the Indian Scout. Or rather the Chaska Historic Site Monument.
32294-2569                 Paul Pasley pointing out the original entrenchment for Camp Banks on Sibley trail of August 1863. The entrenchments run NE and SW. Chaska Monument is 150 yards in back-ground (see flag at left) Picture is looking N.E. and was taken July 14, 1971 by Norman Paulson. Paul is standing in the entrenchment.
 32294-2570                July 14, 1971 Farm of Albert Schumaker, 3 ½ miles N. of Driscoll. Taken July 14,1971 by Norman Paulson. View looking N.E. Program put on by Driscoll Men’s Club. Beef Barbeque and dance. Their location is about 150 yards or ten to the SE of Chaska Monument Chaska Historic Site.
32294-2571                 Wagon train (Fort Seward to Fort A. Lincoln) encamped on site of Alfred Schumaker farm 3 ½ miles N. of Driscoll. The Chaska Historic Site is in the farm yard of the farm. Chaska site is also Camp Banks of the Sibley Exp. Of August 1863 who Camped here on the return march to Minnesota. Taken July 14, 1971 by Norman Paulson 35mm
32294-2572                 Wagon train (Ft. Seward – Ft. A. Lincoln) Camped July 14, 1971 on Albert Schumakers farm 3 ½ miles N. of Driscoll. There is the Chaska Historic Site – the train camped on flat ground about 150 yards S.E. of the Chaska Monument. 35mm
32294-2573                 Paul Pasley giving his speech on the Alfred Schumaker farm (Chaska Historic Site) on July 14, 1971. Wagon train leaving fort Seward arrived here and Camped nearby night of July 14, 1971. Mrs. Erling Bottneu on stage – she was master of Ceremonies. Photo by N. Paulson
32294-2574                 Wagon train (Fort Seward to Fort A. Lincoln) Camped July 14, 1971 near site of Camp Banks on the Sibley trail of 1863. Also the site of Chaska Historic Site. Photo by N. Paulson
32294-2575                 Wagon train (ft. Seward to Fort A. Lincoln) July 14, 1971 on Albert Schumakers farm 3 ½ miles N. of Driscoll. Chaska Historic Site and monument is located on farm presently owned by Schumaker. 35mm
32294-2576                 15-30 H.P. Townsend tractor – model 1918; In possession of E. Eliason, Kathryn, ND as of 1958. See letter in file from Eleason. He is not listed in phone book as of July 1978. 35mm negative strip #952
32294-2577–2582       Strip 755 House thought to be originally from Ft. A. Lincoln, now in Mandan (1976) Museum asst. Vernon Erickson at left. 35mm negative – by Bill Leingang.
32294-2583                 August 1970 archeological excavation of Fort Union site by National Park Service – View looking NW. Taken by Norman Paulson
32294-2584                 Pembina State Park- July 21, 1971
32294-2585–2586       Pembina Museum, taken July 21, 1971. 35mm
32294-2587–2604       (no description)
32294-2605                 Pembina Museum June 19, 1969
32294-2606                 South side of new highway dept. bldg. taken August 14, 1967
32294-2607                 Kittson trading post bldg in Walhalla July 9, 1968 by N. Paulson. View looking south
32294-2608                 Kittson trading post site, Walhalla July 9, 1967 by N. Paulson
32294-2609                 The dig at Haven site, Emmons County – taken August 14, 1967 by N. Paulson. L. to R.: Lavern Larson – microfilm operator; Liess Vantine – asst. to Craig Gannon; Kent Higgins; Judy Gannon (Craig’s wife); Craig Gannon – Librarian – Hist. Soc.; Gail Sperry (wife of Jim Sperry); Jim Sperry – archeologist in charge; Bud Gillespie – asst to Jim Sperry
32294-2610                 The dig out at Haven site, Emmons County. Taken August 14, 1967 by N. Paulson. L. to R.: Liess Vantine – in beret; Lavern Larson – no shirt; Judy Gannon; Bud Gillespie; Kent Higgins
32294-2611                 The dig at Haven site, Emmons County. August 14, 1967 L. to R.: Kent Higgins; Jim Sperry (archeologist); Liess Vantine; ?
32294-2612                 The dig at Haven site Emmons County – August 14, 1967. Craig Gannon in a cache pit.
 32294-2613                The dig at Haven site August 14, 1967 L. to R.: ?; Jim Sperry; Kent Higgins; ?; Liess Vantine; Lavern Larson
 32294-2614                The dig at Haven site, Emmons County. Taken August 14, 1967 by Norman Paulson. L. to R.: Craig Gannon; Lavern Larson; ?; Liess Vantine; ?; Jim Sperry, archeologist in charge.
32294-2615                 Site of the Spicer farm near Winona townsite. Farm is located in sec. 32–131–79 about 1 ½ mile N. of abandoned townsite of Winona. The farm was the scene of the Spicer murders of February 17, 1897 when 6 people were killed. View looking N. taken August 14, 1967 by Norman Paulson
 32294-2616                January 1973 John Bech working on case for Indian busts (Ida Prokop Lee Gallery) Hall of ground floor. 35mm by N. Paulson
32294-2617                 Paul Hoffman at left and Sam Newmann janitors, photographed in janitor room sometime in 1966. Paul was janitor on 2nd and 3rd floor of Liberty Memorial bldg. until about 1971, See negative strip #405 by N. Paulson 35mm
32294-2618                 North unit Theodore Roosevelt Nat. Mem. Park
32294-2619                 Taken at Bismarck, D.T. Walter Clarence Gooding appointed Post trader at Fort A. Lincoln January 12, 1884, replacing W. A. Harmon who was appointed Post trader in 1879. Gooding is 44 in this photo
 32294-2620                There photos were obtained in 1967 from Robert Gooding, 4806 Olympia Ave., Beltsville, MD
32294-2621                 Hull of a steamboat on east branch of Missouri River about ¼ mile N. of Memorial bridge. This was visible in 1962 and again in August 1962. Photo taken August 1962 by Vernon Erickson of Bismarck. It is not known what steamer this is.
32294-2622                 Ray Wood, archeologist, in Museum Workroom, 3rd floor, Liberty Memorial Bldg. about 1957. By N. Paulson
32294-2623                 Dup No data on this one
32294-2624                 (no description)
32294-2625                 Mrs. Louis Coanolly Great-Granddaughter Lindas dress 1879 1973
32294-2626                 Mrs. L Coanolly Dress – 1879 Great-granddaughter  Linda 1978
32294-2627                 1-12-67 Picture of early day rancher 15 miles south of Medora, N. Dak. Mr. Chi Otto besides painting of himself and his horse during his days on the ranch, also a poem by G. E. Maschke also of Medora, ND. I would like to have Picture and Poem placed with tape recording of Mr. Otto now on file with the State Historical  Society at Bismarck, N. Dak. O S Kopseng
                                    “Chi Otto, A Great Cow Puncher”
                                    Little did we think when we were young
                                                How fast the years were slipping by
                                    But you can’t stay young forever punching cows
                                                No matter how hard you may try.
                                    Chi Otto is one of them cow punchers
                                                Many a rope he has frazzled
                                    He rode the range from daylight to dark
                                                And many a bronc he has dazzled.
                                    He followed the round-up in the early days
                                                Riding night-herd in the rain or snow
                                    To loll the herd you were supposed to sing
                                                How Chi kept them quite, we ain’t to know
                                    Chi Otto is a cowboy with a great sense of humor
                                                And he is still very much alive
                                    But the years in the saddle have quieted him down
                                                He is contented with very little push and drive
                                    His face around Medora is a familiar scene
                                                His pals have passed on to another range
                                    His gun and belt hang on a peg in the bunkhouse wall
                                                And nature is making a very slow change
                                    His pony he turned out in the green grassy hills
                                                His saddle now hangs in a favorite stall
                                    He still meets his friends with a familiar smile
                                                Joking about the last “Boots and Saddles” call.
                                    Our hats are off to a great cow puncher
                                                A cow hand that was second to none
                                    We all hope he will be the old wagon boss
                                                When the last big round-up is done.
                                                           
                                                            By G. E. Meschke
Congratulations Chi, for your long and healthy life on your Birthday, and we all hope you will have many, many, more.
32294-2628–2629       (no description)
32294-2630                 Diorama in the museum at Fort Lincoln State Park, photographed March 27, 1978 in 35mm -  See 35mm negative strip #860
32294-2631                 Diorama in Fort Lincoln State Park Museum, photographed in 35mm March 27, 1978 See 35mm negative strip #860
32294-2632–2635       (no description)
32294-2636                 Ft. Rice Hist. Site, view looking S.W. Reconstructed blockhouse in background was burned down in 1976 (vandals?) 35mm photo by Norman Paulson, SHSND, August 23, 1967
32294-2637                 Ft. Rice Hist. Site, view looking S.W. Reconstructed blockhouse in view was burned down in 1976. 35mm photo by Norman Paulson, August 23, 1967
32294-2638                 Ft. Rice Hist. Site looking SW. This reconstructed blockhouse was burned down in 1976 (by vandals?) 35mm photo by Norman Paulson, SHSND, August 23, 1967
32294-2639                 Ft. Rice Hist. Site, view looking S.W. Reconstructed blockhouse burned down in 1976 (by vandals?) 35mm photo by Norman Paulson, SHSND, August 23, 1967 One of the Cannon shown here was removed in 1970 by SHSND and placed in storage out at Fort Lincoln State Park as it had been broken off its base and was laying partly on the ground.
32294-2640                 Ft. Rice Hist. Site, view looking SW, Reconstructed blockhouse shown here was burned down in 1976 (by vandals or accidentally in a beer party?). 35mm photo by Norman Paulson, SHSND, August 23, 1967
32294-2641–2642       (no description)                       
32294-2643–2645       35mm photo by Norman Paulson, July 1968
32294-2646                 Grave marker of Corp. John Platt of Sibley’s Army, near site of Camp Steer, one of Sibley’s overnight Campsite on his trail of 1863, located about 2 ½ miles N.W. of Menoken, N.D. The grave maker is in NW ¼ Sec. 19-T 139, R. 78. Platt was 25 years old-mustered in Army March 6, 1863 and died of wounds received at Battle of Buffalo Lake. He died July 28, 1863. This aerial photo was taken October 1967 by Maj. Grimstad of N. Dak. Air Nat. Guard. Norman Paulson of the Hist. Soc. flew over the area with Grimstad to show him the location and later Grimstad flew back to the site and photographed it and also some other views such as an unidentified fortification located about a mile N and E of Platt’s Marker and also the Menoken Indian site. The grave maker is in Center of the picture.
32294-2647–2650       (no description)
32294-2651                 Fred Austin Bagg Bonanza Farm (one of two views overlapping) NE ¼ Sec. 18, twp 132 R49 Richland County about 10 miles west of Wahpeton N.D. View looking S.W. Photo taken July 27, 1982 by Norman Paulson, SHSND one of two overlapping views
32294-2652                 Fred Austin Bagg Bonanza Farm NE ¼ Sec. 18, twp 132 R 49 Richland County Located about 10 miles west of Wahpeton, N.D. View looking S.W. Photo taken July 27, 1982 by  Norman Paulson, SHSND See 35mm negative strip #1255 in Paulson’s file one of two overlapping views.
32294-2653                 One of two views Fred Austin Bagg Bonanza Farm N.E. ¼ Sec. 18, Twp 132 R 49 Richland Co. about 10 miles due west of Wahpeton View looking S.W. Photos taken July 27, 1982 by Norman Paulson SHSND This view overlaps another view looking slightly more westerly.
32294-2654                 Ft. Abercrombie, July 1984 35mm photo by Norman Paulson
32294-2655                 (no description)         
32294-2656                 Museum bldg., Ft. Abercrombie, July 1984 35mm photo by Norman Paulson, SHSND
32294-2657–2658       Ft. Abercrombie, July 1984 35mm photo by Norman Paulson
32294-2659–2662       (no description)
32294-2663                 “White Man Runs Him” last Crow Scout for Custer
32294-2664–2665       (no description)
32294-2666                 #A1688 chief two Bears (2nd) son of the famous Commander of the Sioux at Battle of Whitestone Hill 1863. He was reputedly a young warrior at the battle. (source for above data- Dr. H.A. Porter)
32294-2667                 Brevet Brig. Gen. A. Suely
32294-2668                 (no description)
32294-2669                 3 7/8 in. wide
32294-2670                 (no description)
32294-2671                 Isaac P. Baker
32294-2672                 Warehouse that stood at the boat landing at Bismarck.
32294-2673                 (no description)
32294-2674                 Photo by W. P. Sebens, Ex. Sec. N.D. State Soil Conservation Committee Capitol Bldg., Bismarck, N. Dak. Negative No. A-2571-E-58
32294-2675                 Unidentified archeological photo from Russell Reid Estate Received January 1968
32294-2676                 Manure spreader on Lou Johnson farm 15 miles west of Garrison, N.D. Owned by Lowell Johnson of Wahpeton, N.D. 1920’s vintage. Photo by Norman Paulson, January 12, 1983 35mm negative strip #
32294-2677                 43% EC-2
32294-2678                 Museum Specimens, Misc.; November 9, 1963 Fossil imprint, Cranberry L., Benson Co. #307 (Erickson)
32294-2679                 Museum Specimens, Misc.; 32ME15-366
32294-2680                 Museum Specimens, Misc.; Grandmother’s Ledge – Site 32ME59 From a photo by Eric Jacobson, Bismarck, N.D. 1932 A.D.
32294-2681–2688       Early SHS Photos by Risem, Probably taken in 1937
32294-2689                 Early SHS Photos by Risem, Probably taken in 1937; Photo by W. P. Sehens, Ex. Sec. N. D. State Soil Conservation Committee Capitol Bldg., Bismarck, N. Dak. Negative No. A-2635-C-58
32294-2690                 Early SHS Photos by Risem, Probably taken in 1937; Vernon Erickson painting art deco exhibit June 1976
32294-2691–2694       Early SHS Photos by Risem, Probably taken in 1937
32294-2695–2700       Early SHS Photos by Risem, Probably taken in 1937; Krauth Coll.
32294-2701–2711       Early SHS Photos by Risem, Probably taken in 1937
32294-2712–2718       (no description)
2294-2719–2720       St. Cloud Mission – N. of St. John, N.D. Photographed in July 1969 35mm
32294-2721                 The old Mission St. Cloude Foundation May 3, 1882 by Pere J.F. Malo located just N. of St. John, N.D. Photographed July 1969 35mm
32294-2722                 Photo of the Winona, N.D. Area showing depressions of Cellars from the abandoned townsites. Shows section 5 and 8 – T. 130 R 79 Winona was 21 miles west and 2 miles south of Strasburg, N.D.
32294-2723                 August 1970 Archeological excavation at the site of Fort Union, by National Park Service. View looking west. Taken by Norman Paulson
32294-2724                 Site of Hiddenwood Creek; Campsite of July 8, 1874 of Black Hills Exp. Located Near Haynes N.D.
32294-2725                 Ralph “Doc” Hubbard, in his museum office in Medora in March 1974. Taken March 22, 1974 by Norman Paulson Museum Curator for State Hist. Soc.; 35mm Pan-x film; See 35mm negative strip #574
32294-2726                 Oldest House in Nelson Co. Built October 1878. Photo 1914
32294-2727                 Built October 26th 1878 by Major McLaughlin in command U.S. soldiers laying out the mail trail from Fort Totten to Grand Forks
32294-2728                 James Thorpe’ (Indian) Carlisle Indian University World’s Champion Athlete School–mate of Judge Zahn
32294-2729–2731       SW blockhouse, Fort McKeen August 23, 1967       
32294-2732                 Maintenance building area – Fort Lincoln State Park; Ray Mattison & Jim Sperry measuring off space for new storage building. August 23, 1967
32294-2733–2734       May 1969
32294-2735–2737       Photography in July 1969. 35mm
32294-2738–2740       Farmall tractor in Esmond N.D. in owners yard on east end of town. Photographed in July 1969. 35mm
32294-2741                 Paulus Leeser, professional photographer from New York City, photography Sitting Bull items for Time-Life Books Inc., January 6,1975. Photos by Norman Paulson See 35mm negative strip #655
32294-2742                 Paulus Leeser, professional photographer from New York City. Photographing Sitting Bull Crucifix, January 6, 1975. He was doing photography for Time–Life Book Co. Photo taken by Norman Paulson See 35mm negative strip #655
32294-2743                 (no description)
32294-2744                 Fixed
32294-2745                 C-28
32294-2746                 Taken January 24, 1972 by Norman Paulson. Lunn Construction Crew removing old skylight covers and installing new ones. 10 degrees below zero at the time! View looking south. Skylight over museum workroom. See 35mm negative strips #250
32294-2747                 Roofers replacing old roof around new skylight over museum workroom, Liberty Memorial Bldg. taken by Norman Paulson March 1972. View looking NE. See negative strips #265
32294-2748                 Taken January 24, 1972 on roof of Liberty Memorial Bldg. by Norman Paulson. Tearing out old skylight over museum workroom. View looking north. Lunn Construction Crew at work. See 35mm negative strip #250
 32294-2749                Roofers putting new roof around new skylight over museum workroom area, Lib. Mem. Bldg. taken in March 1972 by Norman Paulson. See negative strip # 265
32294-2750                 Taken January 1972 by Norman Paulson in museum workroom. Crew from Lunn Construction in view. Tearing out old skylight. See 35mm negative strip #253
32294-2751                 Nick Franke, archeologist, in museum workroom, talking to school children
32294-2752                 Fort Lincoln State Park August 23, 1967
32294-2753                 1966 Medora area; Copy negatives of Store at Fort Rice; Jamestown, ND; Fort Seward – 1966; Copy photos of Museum display at old Capitol; See 35mm negative strip #902
32294-2754                 “High Water, Pembina, ND April 22, 1897 A.H. Anderson – Photographer” Original in Pembina of Roy Larson, Pembina.
32294-2755                 Fort Rice August 23, 1967; View looking north down the tracks – west to the left
32294-2756–2757       (no description)
32294-2758                 An Evening at Home at Fort Lincoln; “It was the happiest home life I have ever know,” said one who had spent much time with the Custer family Less color 8 change green to blue
32294-2759                 purple in shadow - Less yellow
32294-2760                 North Dakota School for the Deaf, Devils Lake, North Dakota
32294-2761                 Aerial photos of the Fort Clack Site taken by N.D.N.G. Air Section, July 1965. Negatives on file in 3rd floor office.
32294-2762                 Marked Photos: Aerial photos of Fort Rice and Camp Clark area of Fort A. Lincoln. Taken in May 1964 by NDNG Army Air Section. Taken at the request of Norman Paulson
Property of State Historical Society Museum. Fort Rice Area south of the fort.
32294-2763                 Marked Photos: Aerial photos of Fort Rice and Camp Clark area of Fort A. Lincoln. Taken in May 1964 by NDNG Army Air Section. Taken at the request of Norman Paulson
Property of State Historical Society Museum. Fort Rice-taken in May 1964 by NDNG Army Air Section at the request of Norman Paulson. North is to the left on this photo. Part of track area is to the extreme upper left in the photo. This is the site of the large collection of bottles etc found at Rice beginning in 1958 to date (1964)
32294-2764                 Marked Photos: Aerial photos of Fort Rice and Camp Clark area of Fort A. Lincoln. Taken in May 1964 by NDNG Army Air Section. Taken at the request of Norman Paulson Property of State Historical Society Museum
32294-2765                 Marked Photos: Aerial photos of Fort Rice and Camp Clark area of Fort A. Lincoln. Taken in May 1964 by NDNG Army Air Section. Taken at the request of Norman Paulson Property of State Historical Society Museum. Fort Rice. Shows the area just south of the fort.
32294-2766                 Marked Photos: Aerial photos of Fort Rice and Camp Clark area of Fort A. Lincoln. Taken in May 1964 by NDNG Army Air Section. Taken at the request of Norman Paulson
Property of State Historical Society Museum. Fort Rice-taken by NDNG Army Air Section, in May 1964, showing eastern portion of Rice and also the old river bank which is the trash area for the fort, discovered in the early spring of 1958. (April)
32294-2767                 Marked Photos: Aerial photos of Fort Rice and Camp Clark area of Fort A. Lincoln. Taken in May 1964 by NDNG Army Air Section. Taken at the request of Norman Paulson
Property of State Historical Society Museum. Fort Rice-looking NW showing the old river bank running on east side of the fort. Taken in May of 1964 by NDNG Army Air Section.
32294-2768                 Marked Photos: Aerial photos of Fort Rice and Camp Clark area of Fort A. Lincoln. Taken in May 1964 by NDNG Army Air Section. Taken at the request of Norman Paulson
Property of State Historical Society Museum. Fort A. Lincoln, view looking east over the Cavalry port. Captain Clark’s Encampment in the irregular breast works in foreground. Taken in May 1964by NDNG Army Air section at the request of Norman Paulson, State Historical Society, for study purpose.
32294-2769                 Marked Photos: Aerial photos of Fort Rice and Camp Clark area of Fort A. Lincoln. Taken in May 1964 by NDNG Army Air Section. Taken at the request of Norman Paulson. Property of State Historical Society Museum. Vertical view of Captain Clark’s Encampment located just west of Officers Row, Fort A. Lincoln, on top of high hill about 250 yards east of officers row. Taken May 1964 by NDNG Army Air Section.
32294-2770                 Black Bear, Hidatsa, at his fish trap in the Missouri river; Photos by Russell Reid, 1929. Though never a major source of food, fish were trapped and eaten by the sedentary tribes who lived along the Missouri. They were also caught on bone hooks. Traps were used to catch land animals also, snares, deadfalls, and pits being used. Eagles, desired for their feathers, were caught by hand in a pit with a camouflaged roof on which bait was placed.
32294-2771                 Early SHS photos by Risem, probably taken in 1957
32294-2772                 Pembina
32294-2773                 Museum specimens, Misc.
32294-2774–2794       Bison Habitat Exhibit. 3rd floor Liberty Memorial Bldg.; Todd Strand June 17, 1980
32294-2795–2815       Deer & Antelope Exhibit. 3rd floor Liberty Memorial Bldg.; Todd Strand June 19, 1980
32294-2816–2936       Altamont Museum Coutts, Alberta; September 18-19,-20, 1972; Exterior views & Interior views Photos by Norman Paulson
32294-2937–2966       SHSND storage bldg. at Fort Lincoln state park taken in fall 1983 by N. Paulson -  Too dark
32294-2967–3114       Photos of exhibits in Liberty Memorial Building by Todd Strand May 25, 1979
32294-3115–3171       June 1976 Fort Lincoln state park Museum Indian Exh. B. Leingang
32294-3172                 January 12, 1976 in plane en route to Winnipeg.
32294-3173–3189       (no description)
32294-3190                 Buffalo hide tipi on display in museum of Oklahoma Historical Society See article in North Dakota History. Vol. 40 No. 4 Fig. 27 Page 28
32294-3191                 Fig. 25 Page 27
32294-3192                 Fig. 28 Page 29
32294-3193                 Fig. 3 Page 21
32294-3194–3210       (no description)
32294-3211–3250       Set of slides of military posts of Indian wars period. Made in 1968. One set for state park service. This set ours.
32294-3251                 “Assinboin Wounding a Sioux” Taken in 1970’s by a researcher.
32294-3252                 Sitting Bull – Fighting home tribe: Assiniboin; Taken in 1970’s by a researcher.
32294-3253                 “Winter Count” Tribe: Sioux; Taken in 1970’s by a researcher.
32294-3254–3281       Taken in 1970’s by a researcher.
32294-3282–3314       Bone-Cutter-Cradle; Patterson-Carpio
32294-3315–3317       Loading hay baler donated by John Neibauer; Paulson November 9, 1976
32294-3318                 Hay baler donated by John Neibauer; Paulson November 9, 1976
32294-3319–3322       Jim Kuntz loading hay baler donated by John Neibauer; Photo by Paulson November 9, 1976
32294-3323                 Jim Kuntz at Fort Lincoln state park November 1976; Paulson
32294-3324–3325       Allis Chalmers 6’ combine donated by John Neibauer; Paulson November 1976
32294-3326–3327       St. Therese Catholic church, Carson, N.D.; Paulson September 28, 1976
32294-3328                 John Beck and exhibit case for De Mores Museum in Medora February 1974
32294-3329                 Kay Andre and our introductory panel for De Mores Museum February 1974
32294-3330–3342       De Mores interpretive center Fall 1975 Paulson
32294-3343–3357       Vernon Erickson and Norman Paulson in workroom and museum attic – 3rd floor. Taken November 1975 by Bill Leingang.
32294-3358–3439       State Museum of Montana, Helena 1963 Photo by N. Paulson
32294-3440–3478       State Historical Society of Nebraska September 1963
32294-3479–3510       Paul Broste Museum Parshall N.D.
32294-3511–3516       NWMP museum Regina, Sask. March 1964 Photo by N. Paulson
32294-3517–3534       Photos by F. Ray Brown Bismarck Indian busts made by Ida Prokop Lee 1957
32294-3535–3556       Fort Rice Material from trash area
32294-3557–3569       Wildlife Museum Browning, Montana. 1963
32294-3570–3577       Theodore Roosevelt Museum – Medora
32294-3578–3580       Greenfield Cemetery south of Mandan-1mile October 4, 1967
32294-3581–3583       Four Bears Museum at Newtown July 1967
32294-3584–3587       Fort Union Excavation July 28, 1968
32294-3588                 Rockhaven site. North of Mandan September 1963
32294-3589                 Grassy Butte Post Office May 1964
32294-3590                 Museum of the Plains Indians, Browning Montana 1963
32294-3591–3648       De Mores Interpretive Center – Medora
32294-3649–3672       Museum of Man and Nature Winnipeg, Manitoba 1976
32294-3673–3690       New Highway department building 1966-1967
32294-3691–3705       Museum workroom Liberty Memorial Building
32294-3706–3710       Print shop in Liberty Memorial Building
32294-3711–3714       Bismarck steamboat landing & warehouse site May 1968
32294-3715–3722       Camp Atchison
32294-3723–3724       Wadeson Park Historical site
32294-3725–3728       Crow-Flies High Butte
32294-3729–3730       Fort Ransom
32294-3731–3735       Fort Totten
32294-3736–3769       Camp Hancock
32294-3770–3771       Camp Arnold Sibley Trial
32294-3772–3803       Whitestone Hill
32294-3804–3805       Museum Specimens
32294-3806                 New visitors center Theodore Roosevelt National Park Medora, ND
32294-3807                 Room 303C office of curator 3rd floor April 1971
32294-3808                 Fort Totten sign in Devils Lake. August 1968
32294-3809                 Presbyterian church Bismarck September 1967
32294-3810                 Loading exhibit cases for de Mores Museum in Medora March 1974
32294-3811                 Paul Hoffman (sitting)
                                    Lavern Larson 1965
32294-3812                 Burning of ND State Capitol Building in 1950
32294-3813–3814       Holten Smith’s shop inn Steele N.D. October 2, 1967
32294-3815                 The river bank at Fort Rice Spring 1968
32294-3816–3817       Taken winter 1972-1973 stained glass window originally from old Episcopal Church in Bismarck – Now at camp Hancock
32294-3818–3821       Museum Specimens
32294-3822                 Wagon Wheel gift of state pen December 1972
32294-3823                 Extinct species of Bison? Williston November 1964
32294-3824–3825       Pipe from the holding eagle bundle March 1972
32294-3826–3828       Part of Ben Innis collection 1963 Fort Buford
32294-3829–3830       “Wars” room – 2nd floor April 1971
32294-3831–3835       Museum Specimen
32294-3836–3837       Roosevelt guarding the boat thieves
32294-3838–3841       32ME2 Fort Clark site October 1963
32294-3842                 Rebuilding of large earthlodge Fort Lincoln Park 1962
32294-3843                 Paul Ewald at left. Ted Kopeng-right. At possible site of camp Stees
32294-3844                 32MO 15. Eagle Nose site. Wood, 1960
32294-3845                 32S1-1 Burial pit in one of the Boundary Mounds Wood, 1960
32294-3846–3848       Sitting Bull Project.
32294-3849–3863       Fort Yates Military Cemetery
32294-3864–3877       Custer House
32294-3878–3885       Kittson Historical Site.
32294-3886–3888       Huff site
32294-3889–3899       Search for Fort Tilton near United Power Electric Plant east of Stanton June 1965
32294-3900–3910       Soldiers burials at Killdeer Mt.
32294-3911–3917       Shermer Site August 1965
32294-3918–3940       Bismarck
32294-3941                 No.Dak. #9329; d.B.G.#2; Dental Abscess Alveolus
32294-3942                 No.Dak. #7653; d.B.G.#13; Exostosis, En Carl
32294-3943                 No.Dak. #14039;d.B.G.#31; Detect Paricty(?) Area
32294-3944                 No.Dak. #7653; d.B.G.#13; Exostosis, En Carl
32294-3945                 (no description)
32294-3946–3950       Fort Clark site May 1964
32294-3951–3957       Hidatsa Sites
32294-3958                 September 1963
                                    Molander
32294-3959                 Upper Sangar
32294-3960                 Double Ditch site May 1964
32294-3961–3962       September 1963
                                    Greenshield?
32294-3963                 Greenshield site
32294-3964                 September 1963 Boley
32294-3965                 Molander site May 1964
32294-3966                 Bagnell site near Hensler
32294-3967                 Big White village May 1964
32294-3968–3969       Site of hist. soc. marker at the Fort Mandan site May 1964
32294-3970                 Stanton, North Dakota Court House area
32294-3971                 September 1963 Hensler site
32294-3972                 September 1963 Priory
32294-3973                 September 1963 Four Bears Park
32294-3974                 September 1963 Mosset Bay
32294-3975                 September 1963 graves at Crow flies high
32294-3976                 September 1963 Wetstien Ranch?
32294-3977                 September 1963
32294-3978                 Larson site May 1964
32294-3979–3998       State Penn. Murals on wall
32294-3999–4002       Oak Lawn Church July 9, 1968
32294-4003–4006       Double Ditch summer 1970
32294-4007–4014       Fort Clark 1970
32294-4015–4028       Walhalla area
32294-4029–4061       Gingras Historic Site
32294-4062–4069       Aerials – Gingras
32294-4070–4077       David Thompson Mem. Verendrye, N.D.
32294-4078–4136       Pembina Museum
32294-4137–4197       De Mores Chateau
32294-4198–4206       Rutt Museum Ashley 1968
32294-4207–4220       Richland county Hist. Soc. Museum September 1971
32294-4221                 Devils Lake August 1967 view looking to NE from near Fort Totten
32294-4222                 New rain gutters installed summer 1966
32294-4223                 Skylights atop roof of Lib. Mem. Bldg. May 1967
32294-4224–4225       Artifacts found at site of medicine rock near Elgin, N.Dak. Property of Marlo Maier of Elgin 1964
32294-4226                 Corner 6th & Main Bismarck. June 12, 1972
32294-4227                 Parke store in Sterling
32294-4228                 Model 1876 Winchester property of Walter Buck of Mandan, N.Dak. January 1964
32294-4229–4339       Displays in Liberty Memorial Bldg.
32294-4340–4350       Christmas exhibit 1971
32294-4351–4361       Fort Seward exhibit
32294-4362–4410       Carl Smith Museum Devils Lake
32294-4411–4432       Carl Smith Collection
32294-4433–4440       December 16, 1968
32294-4441–4452       Carl Smith Devils Lake
32294-4453–4456       Bottles from De Mores Chateau
32294-4457–4459       Loading Carl Smith Collection
32294-4458–4467       American Legion Parade 1963
32294-4468–4471       Bismarck Centennial July 1972
32294-4472–4474       Log cabin near Baldwin, N.P. 1967
32294-4475–4499       Sepchenko house exterior
32294-4500–4535       Sepchenko house interior near Kief, N.Dak. Fall–1967
32294-4536–4542       Sam Karpenko in his store in Keif, N.D.
32294-4543–4546       Paul Paslay Driscoll 1971
32294-4547–4552       Horse-drawn or powered threshing rig and baling rig-Hebron N.D.
32294-4553–4554       N. Paulson and Dave Sailor in office March 1974
32294-4555–4575       Warden’s residence state pen. 1972
32294-4576–4581       De Trobriand sketches
32294-4582–4587       Indians
32294-4588–4595       Holten Smith Blacksmith shop in Steele, N.D. in 1967 and also copy slides of old photos
32294-4596–4597       S.T. Parke store Sterling, N.D.
32294-4598                 Black hills exp. 1874 Illingworth photo
32294-4599                 Cowboy in Harper’s monthly mag.
32294-4600                 Red River near Fargo
32294-4601–4602       Misc. copy photos
32294-4603–4606       Verendrye, N.D. abandoned May 24, 1972
32294-4607                 Sub-basement in Liberty Memorial Building prior to 1980
32294-4608                 Loading exhibit cases for De Mores museum in Medora March 1974
32294-4609                 September 1963 Nat. Indian Congress
32294-4610                 September 1963
32294-4611                 Indian Powwow on Capitol grounds August 1963
32294-4612–4623       packing for the move to Heritage center
32294-4624–4663       Aerial photos of remains of steamboat Abner O’Neal west of Washburn and other Missouri river sections and village sites of Hist. interest and site of Ft. A. Lincoln, taken by Norman Paulson from N.D. Nat. Guard helicopter 1977
32294-4664–4726       Museum workroom
32294-4665                 Lyle Nelson research associate December 1974
32294-4666                 Mary White archeology lab. April 1973
32294-4667                 Nick Frank archeologist March 1974
32294-4668                 Gloria Engle sect-bookkeeper March 1974
32294-4669                 Don Olson 1965
32294-4670                 Dave Sailer mos. Asst. May 15, 1974
32294-4671                 Chris Dill archeologist March 1974
32294-4672–4673       Lorraine Erickson August 1969
32294-4674                 James Sperry August 1969
32294-4675                 Archeologist Nick Franke in his office April 1973
32294-4676                 Gene Eslinger March 1974
32294-4677                 Loann Froelick March 1974
32294-4678                 Jean Erickson December 1974
32294-4679                 Walt Bailey hist. site planner December 1974
32294-4680                 Gloria Engle sect.-book. December 1974
32294-4681                 Ron Warner. Bis. Adm. Off. December 1974
32294-4682                 Dave Sailer accessioning Smith Bell Coll. December 1974
32294-4683                 Dave Sailer in Museum workroom April 1973
32294-4684                 Russell Reid 1965
32294-4685                 Nick Franke and Dave Sailer April 18, 1973
32294-4686                 Dave Sailer at left and Nick Franke – Hist. Soc. staff. April 18, 1973 in Mandan at Kleinschmidt home
32294-4687                 archeologist Nick Franke in his office April 1973
32294-4688                 Harold Williams custodian – retired April 1, 1974
32294-4689                 Harold Williams – custodian in Lib. Mem. Bldg. retired April 1, 1974
32294-4690                 Lavern Larson microfilm tech May 15, 1974
32294-4691                 Paul Hoffman custodian 1965
32294-4692                 Norman Paulson in museum workroom April 1973
32294-4693                 Norman Paulson Mus. Cur. May 15, 1974
32294-4694                 Frank Vyzralek archivist May 15, 1974
32294-4695                 Jean Erickson May 15, 1974
32294-4696                 Larry Remele Ed. N.Dak. Hist. March 1974
32294-4697                 Walt Bailey March 1974
32294-4698                 Lyle Nelson research associate March 1974
32294-4699                 Ron Warner Adm. Asst. March 1974
32294-4700–4701       Horse drawn medic wagon – Medina November 1976
32294-4702                 Jim Kuaty & combine photo by N. Paulson fall 1976
32294-4703                 our new ½ ton dodge pickup September 1971
32294-4704–4772       Edmonton September 1975
32294-4773–4816       Fort Abercrombie museum September 1971
32294-4817–4874       Stutsman County Hist. Soc. Jamestown June 8, 1972 photos by N. Paulson
32294-4875–4927       Alice Peterson and her spinning wheel & loom Benedict, N.D. 1969 – 1970 photos by N. Paulson
32294-4928–4982       Carl B. Eielson home & cemetery 1968 & 1971 photos by N. Paulson
32294-4983–4995       Medora
32294-4996–4997       Lib. Mem. Bldg.
32294-4998–5000       Ft. Lincoln state park April 1971 photo by N. Paulson
32294-5001–5006       New cases being built in clothing room – 2nd floor by Bertsch Millwork May 1965 photos by N. Paulson
32294-5007–5017       Lamborn bldg. being torn down 1973 photos by N. Paulson
32294-5018                 Circus wagon – Montana September 20, 1972
32294-5019                 Norman Paulson
32294-5020                 April 1970
32294-5021                 Norman Paulson
32294-5022–5030       Clothing of the Mandan Fort Lincoln state park museum
32294-5031–5038       Hunting of the Mandan  Fort Lincoln state park museum
32294-5039–5047       Social customs of the Mandan
32294-5048–5056       Mandan transportation methods Fort Lincoln state park museum
32294-5057–5062       Mandan relations with whites and Indian tribes Fort Lincoln state park
32294-5063–5068       Agriculture of the Mandan Fort Lincoln state park
32294-5069–5075       Mandan food and food preparation
32294-5076–5078       The Mandan adopt white man’s ways Fort Lincoln state park museum
32294-5079–5094       Museum exhibits at Fort Lincoln state park taken by Bill Leingang April 21, 1978
32294-5095–5112       SHSND personnel
32294-5113–5125       The establishment of Fort Abraham Lincoln photos by N. Paulson
32294-5126–5135       Functions of frontier military posts
32294-5136–5145       Duties of the Fort Lincoln soldier
32294-5146–5151       social life at Fort Lincoln
32294-5152–5156       The Black Hills Expedition Of 1874
32294-5157–5161       The campaign of 1876
32294-5162–5173       The Battle of the Little Big Horn
32294-5174–5180       The last days of Fort Lincoln
32294-5181                 The establishment of Fort Lincoln state park N. Paulson; Fort Lincoln state park museum May 1967
32294-5182–5190       Buffalo skin tipi in museum of Oklahoma Hist. Soc. in Oklahoma city. See article in North Dakota History vol. 40 no. 4 by Sam Reynolds in which some of their photos were used.
32294-5190–5204       Negatives made from 35mm color slides taken by Norman Paulson, SHSND April 25-26, 1963; Burials being exposed, Fort Yates military cemetery
32294-5205-5212        Staff and others loading truck with part of Carl Smith Collection from the Old Administration Building, School for the Deaf, Devils Lake (ND)
32294-5213-5235        Might be recovery of the grave of George J. Mayers, Troop B. Cavalry
32294-5236-5255        Negatives of photos of Fort Clark, sketches by Bodmer and excavations
32294-5256-5261        Pioneer Daughters exhibit at Fort Totten, September 19, 1984
32294-5262-5266        Bertsch’s Millworks
32294-5267-5276        Roughrider Award scroll sample photos
32294-5277-5291        Fort Yates trip, work on cemetery there, April 25-26, 1963
32294-5292-5302        Unidentified images of paintings?
32294-5303-5312        Kodakcolor photos of Fort Rice and the new Highway (DOT) department building, by Liess Vantine (Bismarck), Summer 1967
32294-5313                 Holy Canoe or Ark for the First Man located near the home of Ben Benson, a Mandan Indian living on the west side of the Missouri River a few miles north of Elbowoods, taken in 1933 by Eric Jacobson of Bismarck (ND)
32294-5314-5319        USS North Dakota images
32294-5323                 Unidentified sword
32294-5324                 Artifacts (bullets?), Risem Rembrandt Studio (Bismarck, ND)
32294-5327               Audio file of Fred W. Schaal interview (Fullerton, ND) “My Life in the CCC,” 1988

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