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2018-P-001 Dianne Ferguson
ca. 1908
Digital images of construction of the Omio Church (Emmons County, N.D.), including Almon Palmer, Galusha Gardner Palmer and Wildred Isabel Palmer (2 items).

2018-P-002 Mandan (N.D.) residents portraits
ca. 1908
A composite of portraits of residents of Mandan (N.D.). Possibly the board of directors of the Deaconess Hospital in Mandan (N.D.). Includes a portrait of the 1918 Mandan Surgical Dressings Class, and the following individuals: Mrs. Al Nichols, Mrs. Agnes Lang, Mrs. Ruth Parkin Cooley, W. A. Lanterman, Mrs. W. H. Stutsman, Mrs. Lucy G. Parkin, Mrs. Ed Morck, Mrs. J. R. Heater, Geo. F. Wilson, Mrs. C. L. Spink, R. S. Johnstone, Mrs. Otto Bauer, Anna J. Stark, Mrs. A. W. Furness, Mrs. C. H. Brown, E. R. Lanterman, T. G. C. Kennelly, Mrs. J. L. Bowers, Mrs. L. F. Smith, Mrs. P. A. Smith and Irene Dillon (1 item).

2018-P-003 Bismarck High School
Graduation composite (1 item)

2018-P-004 Joe and Louise (Battcher) Fritsch
(ca. 1915-1995)
Includes historic and modern photographs of the homestead of Joe and Louise (Battcher) Fritsch (Billings County, N.D.) including images of the "Custer Rock." (20 items)

2018-P-005 Shirley W. Oberg
Images of UND, school children dressed as nurses and soldiers, horse racing, fairgrounds after the cyclone, J. E. Clifford residence, sheep, steers, and Yellowstone Park. (12 items)

2018-P-006 Philip E. Ehrenhard
Photos from a scrapbook showing construction of dams on tributaries of the Missouri River, especially the Heart River. (157 items)

2018-P-007 Andrew and Kerry (Braaten) Nerby Family
ca. 1870-1940
Consists of an album of family photographs in a variety of formats: tintypes, carte de visites, cabinet cards, and prints.

2017-P-008 Tintype and Daguerrotype
ca. 1850-1890 - ca. 1995
The collection consists of a variety of tintypes and daguerrotypes most of which are unidentified portraits. (59 items)

2018-P-009 Kevin Huber
Consists of photographic slides of damaged caused by the June 1957 tornado in Fargo (N.D.). (37 items)

2018-P-010 Pius Kraft
ca. 1905
Portrait of Russian soldiers during the Russian-Japanese War, taken in Mukden Manchuria (George Leibel with red cross arm band) and composite photo of local officials in the Black Sea area of southern Russia (paste on image is Grandfather of donor, Michael Kraft). (2 items)

2018-P-011 Citizens Military Training Camp, Fort Lincoln (N.D.)
1930, 1938
Images of training, meals, group portraits, and calisthenics, primarily in 1930, but with a few in 1938. (122 items)

2018-P-012 Collections of the State Historical Society of North Dakota
ca. 1869-1880
Consists copy glass negatives used for volumes 2, 3 and 7 of "Collections of the State Historical Society of North Dakota." (32 items)

2018-P-013 Glass Plate Negatives
ca. 1880-ca. 1925
Abstract: Images include portraits of individuals and groups, advertising slides depicting farms, agriculture, North Dakota State University and Grand Forks State Park. The glass negatives include positives and negatives, black and white and color. (37 items)

2018-P-014 David Doss
 ca. 1910
Consists of postcards depicting birds eye views of Bismarck (N.D.), Lansford (N.D.), and Larimore (N.D.) and the Cando National Bank (Cando, N.D.). (4 items)

2018-P-015 Leona Dix Wilbur
Consists of images taken by Stanley J. Morrow of Sitting Bull’s band who were prisoners of war at Fort Randall (D.T.) from 1881 to 1883. The photographs were made into a set of 24 items and copyrighted by Bailey, Dix and Mead. The State Historical Society received 20 of the 24 images from Leona Dix Wilbur. The other four were marked out of print. (20 items)

2018-P-017 Debbie Garrett
ca. 1930
Consists of snapshots of families, residents, and homes in Ward County (N.D.), including the families of Dr. John F. and Lydia Timm and Ed and Rachel Bjornholt, as well as two images of the ruins of the school building in Makoti after the May 13, 1931 fire, and a souvenir booklet of color postcards depicting scenes in the North Dakota Badlands. (42 items)

2018-P-019 Murchison Family (Tolna, N.D.)
ca. 1910
Interior views of the Halverson-Peterson and Oium and Miller stores in Tolna (N.D.), postcards of the school house, business district, and railroad bridge in Tolna, the Catholic Church in Devils Lake (N.D.) and part of the sunken forest of Stump Lake (N.D.). (11 items)

2018-P-020 Stephanie Baltzer Kom
ca. 1900-1949
Consists of postcards and photographs of scenic views, structures and people across North Dakota, including the Liberty Memorial Bridge across the Missouri River, the Grand Forks trolley, Main Street and the reform school in Mandan (N.D.), Lutheran Church (Crosby, N.D.), Little Missouri River, badlands scenery, children, Charles Delabarre family (Delabarre Township, Grant County, N.D.), the North Dakota State Capitol, and Main Street Denhoff (N.D.). (12 items)

2018-P-021 Elaine Gudmunsen
ca. 1935
Views of the North Dakota capitol grounds, the Montana-North Dakota state line, Badlands, Little Missouri River, downtown Bismarck, Fort Abraham Lincoln, the Missouri River and Little Missouri River. (27 items)

2018-P-022 Mrs. Robert Petrie
1878-ca. 1900
Consists of cabinet card portraits of Native Americans taken by David F. Barry and George W. Scott and images of the Standing Rock beef issue. (9 items)

2018-P-023 Rosa J. Flynn
ca. 1880
Images of a homestead shack and Native Americans. (7 items)

2018-P-025 G. Hubert Smith
1882-ca. 1885
Consists of stereographs taken in Valley City by Fritz & Malnight of threshing, residences, and street scenes. (24 items)

2018-P-040 Fay B. Steen
ca. 1905-1917
Postcards of Lignite, Gardena, Williston, Wahpeton, Minot, Fargo, Grand Forks, and Flaxton (N.D.) (15 items)

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