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Bowman Baseball Team

2001-P-001 Duane and Jan Wolf
Black and white photograph showing the local Bowman (ND) baseball team. (1 item)


2001-P-002 Wauseca County Historical Society
Black and white studio photographs are identified only by the name of the studio and include C. E. Welch, Mandan; Logan, Fargo ND; A. E.Boyce, Bismarck; Fisher & Co., Valley City; Slorby, Devils Lake; Swem, Fargo. (7 items)

3rd St Grand Forks

2001-P-003 Grand Forks ND
Black and white photo post cards show the swimming pool and Third Street in Grand Forks ND. (2 items)

Liberty Memorial Bridge

2001-P-004 Marian Upham
Black and white snapshots include photos of the old Capitol and scenes around Bismarck, the new Capitol, and scenes of the Chateau and the Badlands. (14 items)

2001-P-005 Sherrie Guenthner
Black and white photographs include a tractor and threshing equipment, grain fields, cattle in an ice storm, several buildings, a group picture of a rabbit hunt, a political cartoon, and a group of Indian women who accompanied the family to Mandan. (10 items)

John Martinson Farm Home

2001-P-006 Stanley Halonen
Black and white images include photos of Nestor Halonen, the John Martinson farm home, Joe and Walter Martinson, and Betty and Anna Martinson who were all children of John and Elisabeth Martinson pioneers from Finland who homesteaded southeast of Ellendale ND. (5 items)

Mr. Wood and Horse Drawn Sled

2001-P-007 Lila Wood
Black and white copy print shows Mr. Wood with his horse drawn sled. He served as a Rural route postman at Fordville ND. A calendar is included with the image. (1 item)

Bridge Crew 1907

2001-P-008 Highline Bridge Valley City ND
Black and white 5x7 glass negatives consist of images taken during the building of the Highline Bridge, Bridge depot, photo of Old Main at the Normal School, an view overlooking N.W. over city from the Russell Milling Co., looking north over city from Granger Hill, and Ritchie School. The photographer was Otto Davidson. (19 items)

2001-P-009 Four Bears Bridge Elbowoods ND
Album contains black and white copies of photographs of the Four Bears bridge construction and other images that document the people and the area. (1v)

2001-P-010 Train in Snow Imperial ND
Black and white photo post card shows a train trying to move through snow. The card is addressed to Mrs. J. G. Peterson of Shafis (MN) and signed by Aug Peterson of Imperial ND. (1 item)

2001-P-011 Lorraine Thomason Bowie
Black and white post card photographs were addressed to Mattie and show a bird’s eye view of Douglas ND and two unidentified women in front of a cook car. (2 items)

SHSND Responding to Grand Forks Flood 1997

2001-P-012 Flood Response State Historical Society of North Dakota Grand Forks
Photographs taken by staff of State Historical Society of North Dakota during flood response to Grand Forks ND flood of 1997. (14 items)

2001-P-013 Leach Ranch Towner ND
Color photograph of the Lea Land Lodge at Leach Ranch at Towner ND. (1 item)

2001-P-014 Mrs. Robert Voight
Photo album with unidentified black and white photographs of persons living in towns of Grand Forks, Valley City and Devils Lake ND. Identified photographs include Henry and Herdis (Schanche) Koehniein and their son Thomas, Bergliot Schanche. (1v)

2001-P-015 State Historical Society of North Dakota
Images taken during year documenting State Historical Society of North Dakota events and people.

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