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Archives - Photographs - Collections - 2017

2017-P-001 Marion M. Gackle
ca. 1895-1988
Images of the Phillip and Matilda Jantz family and of people, places and events in Kulm (N.D.). (18 digital scans)

2017-P-002 Brian and Elaine (Resler) Berkowitz
ca. 1915
Black and white postcards of residences, businesses and streets in Willow City (N.D.) (4 items).

2017-P-003 Northern Plains Railroad
Image by Robert Irwin of First Day of Operations on the Northern Plains Railroad. On February 5, 1997, the Devils Lake Daily Journal carried this image of the North Dakota’s newest regional railroad, the Northern Plains Railroad in Fordville (N.D.). To open this granger line, the Northern Plains crew of Robin Omdahl and Mike Liden bucked snow ranging from two to twenty feet in depth, using a Russell snowplow, with motive power provided by four GP9's. (1 digital file)

2017-P-004 David Chesanow
Cabinet card of Asian child seated on posing bench in photo studio, taken by A. F. and G. A. Parkinson in Mayville (N.D.) (1 item)

2017-P-005 Alice Lorraine (Jakway) and Grafton Leslie Powell Bowman
ca. 1926
Panoramic portraits of the North Dakota Fireman's Association annual meeting at Hillsboro and the North Dakota Fireman's Convention Civic Banquet at Kilburn Park. (2 items)

2017-P-006 Bismarck Global Neighbors
Images of new Americans in various settings in North Dakota taken by a variety of photographers. (8 digital images)

2017-P-007 Jason Sawicki
ca. 1930
Glass plate negatives of Wilton (N.D.) businesses, students, and residents, and advertising slides used by Wilton (N.D.) businesses. (25 items)

2017-P-008 Curt Olson
ca. 1930
Consists of images of North Dakota CCC Camp 2771 in Grand Marais (Minn.), Watford City (N.D.) and the North Dakota badlands, and miscellaneous images around North Dakota, including at a circus (8 items, including 1 oversize).

2017-P-009 Portrait of the Independence baseball team
ca. 1915
Computer generated print, for reference use only (1 item).

2017-P-010 Judge Jacob B. Sonderall
Two panoramas of Hettinger (N.D.), two portraits of judges, clerks and jurors of Adams County district court, and a portrait of Hettinger residents having a picnic (5 items).

2017-P-011 John M. Herm
1926-ca. 1945
Panorama of attendees at the 1926 Stavanger-Laget meeting in Fargo, portraits of John M. Herm in uniform, and an album of snapshots of Herm and his fellow soldiers at Hamilton Field (Calif.), en route to Fort Richardson (Alaska) aboard the St. Michel, at Fort Richardson and Fort Mason (San Francisco, Calif.). Images depict buildings, people, recreational activities, scenery, and the living environment for these soldiers during World War II (33 items).

2017-P-013 Edna Schwab
ca. 1925.
Panoramic portrait of Ludwig and Christina Schwab Welk standing in front of their house (1 item).

2017-P-014 Evelyn Schwab
Contemporary panoramic photograph of the Welk farm (1 item).

2017-P-016 Barnes County Historical Society
Postcards of prohibition (including Bismarck police locating, dumping and cleaning up alcohol and liquor stills), St. Alexius nurses in a World War I parade, images of the railroad bridges over the Missouri River and steamboats along the shore, and the exterior of the St. Alexius Hospital (10 items).

2017-P-017 Mavis Jundt
Consists of postcards of the Garrison Dam. (2 items)

2017-P-018 Terri Amochowski

Contains postcards related to the town of Reeder (N.D.), including the high school, a private residence, and a group of people. (3 items)

2017-P-019 Denzer Family
Contains a photograph of the Denzer family and an other of Mr. Denzer, who owned and operated the Durbin Hotel & Pub in the town. (2 items)

2017-P-020—Cindy Wheeler
Contains one postcard of the Loma (N.D.) baseball team. (1 item)

2017-P-021 Missouri River Intercultural Festival
Consists of digital photos taken at the 2016 Missouri River InterCultural Festival at Gateway Mall in Bismarck (N.D.) (5 items).

2017-P-022 Portrait of Chester Nelson Jr.
ca. 2010
Studio portrait of State Historical Society of North Dakota board member (2009-2011) Chester (Chet) Nelson (1 item).

2017-P-023 Hettinger (N.D.)
Contains photographs related to Hettinger (N.D.), including Adams County (N.D.) Courthouse. (2 items)

2017-P-024 North Dakota Centennial
Contains photographs related to the celebrations on the Capitol mall in Bismarck (N.D.) during the North Dakota centennial celebrations, specifically related to automobile history. (9 items)

2017-P-025 Maynard and Doris Baun
Contains photographs related to a March 1949 snowstorm in the Devils Lake (N.D.) region. (4 items)

2017-P-026 Jane Osowski
ca. 1940
Contains one photograph of the North Dakota capitol building. (1 item)

2017-P-027 Jacob Erstad Family
ca. 1910
Contains postcards of various images, including North Dakota communities, prominent buildings in the state, wildlife, family and friends, and nature scenes from North Dakota. (38 items)

2017-P-028 Breien Elevator
Contains negative images of the Breien Elevator on thirteen 35mm film strips. (52 items)

2017-P-029 Williston Congregational Church
Contains postcard of a photograph of the laying of the cornerstone of the Williston (N.D.) Congregational Church in September 1913. (1 item)

2017-P-030 Jack Buchold
A snapshot of Clarence Archie McIntyre and Chief Drags Wolf at Fort Berthold, and a 1915 panorama of Fort Berthold (2 items).

2017-P-031 John Toman
Print of a panorama of Flasher (N.D.). FOR REFERENCE USE ONLY (1 item).

2017-P-032 Philip Seidl, Jr.
Contains photographs of Philip Seidl, Jr., including his Army photograph from World War I. (4 items)

2017-P-033 Panorama of Ray (N.D.)
Consists of a postcard with a panoramic view of Ray (N.D.) (1 item).

2017-P-034 Holly Rieger
ca. 1910
Black and white photograph of workers outside Delaney Bros. Elevator (Williston, N.D.) (1 item).

2017-P-035 Harold and Geraldine Haskins
Contains postcards of various locations and landmarks across North Dakota, including the Badlands, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, the Capitol Building, Fargo, Bismarck, and Grand Forks. (49 items)

2017-P-036 Elevator fire, Mylo (N.D.)
Images of an elevator fire in Mylo (N.D.), including men working to put out the fire. (8 items)

2017-P-037 Valerie Albrecht
Color slides with images of bands, floats, and royalty from a parade in Bismarck (N.D.) (88 items)

2017-P-038 Douglas Ellison
Panoramas of Co. 2767 CCC Badlands Battalion at Medora (N.D.) and Company C 337th Infantry at Camp Shelby (Miss.). A CCC history is located in the collection case file. (3ft.)

2017-P-039 Charles Benjamin Schneider  
Images of flooding in Minot (N.D.), train wrecks, Schneider family, and agricultural scenes, including steam tractors, Ray and Minot (N.D.). (41 items)

2017-P-040 Susan Mitchell
1908-ca. 1968
Includes photographs of the Oppegard, Watne and Skofstad families, Cooperstown (N.D.), an unidentified group outside a church, wearing ethic clothing, and a souvenir postcard booklet from Tyrol School No. 3, Griggs County (N.D.). The booklet includes a photograph of teacher Ilma Tracey Peabody. (16 items)

2017-P-042 Peg Reuther
Prints and slides of celebrations, rodeos, and events across North Dakota, especially in Morton County (N.D.). (293 items)

2017-P-046 Iver A. and Christine Madson family
ca. 1890-ca. 1920
Includes images of Iver A. and Christine Madson, their Wheatland (N.D.) home and family. Also includes images of members of the McFall family. (8 items)

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