Rosamond Lowe's column "Shortstops" dated from till her death in Lowe was married to Kenneth Lowe, publisher of Walsh County Press , and took over as publisher at his death in Lowe was also the first woman elected to the State Senate. Elaine Lingren Papers, Exhibit negatives used to produce panels for Lindgren's exhibit and her book titled Land in Her Own Name: Women as Homesteaders in North Dakota and audio interviews, transcripts, and slides.
Gordon C. Aileen , Maurice E. John Thompson. Wheeler Family Papers, s Business papers of George and Nora Wheeler family, photographs, certificates, family history, news clippings, ephemera, and publications. Baker , Inez Schonert Baker and their family. Both Inez, an artist, and Tom, a photographer, were active in local art organizations.
The photographs and negatives in the collection document the family, their ancestors, Bismarck, and Tom's travels during the war. Bismarck, Cable 12 Video Tapes. Baguhn Papers, Correspondence, genealogical material, manuscripts, notes, and writings by Fred Baguhn, and a photograph. Plagemann family and their descendants, and of Emil R. Claude Bland Papers, Three scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, several funeral programs, Berthold High School graduation programs, and ephemera, compiled by Mrs.
Claude Alma Bland of Berthold. The clippings focus on Berthold, and contain many "24 Years Ago" columns from the Berthold Tribune, but also cover state and national news. Events and topics documented in the scrapbooks include politics, World War II, recipes, poetry, accidents and crimes, personal stories, and construction; although the two major themes in the scrapbooks are obituaries and wedding announcements.
The bulk of the clippings were published in the late s. Sperry and several items of his daughter Mildred Moeller. Film was put together for the Diamond Jubilee celebration; 2. Vinyl recording of A.
Virtually all of the 's Officers' quarters and barracks remain in their original setting. Five photographs are included. Buckley, and former Kansas Governor George Docking. Letterbooks, ; Charles P. Interviewed by Diane Triplett in
Also includes several mailed post cards and a New Salem High School basketball program. Genin and the history of Bismarck, ND. Files include copies of historical documents and publications, as well as Beltran's notes, bibliographical material, and information on sources. See case file for list of publications transferred to the State Archives Publications. Porter and an invitation to the Capitol Cornerstone laying ceremony, Raymond Wood James Kipp Papers, ca.
Brovald Biographical information about Ken Brovald and his father Arthur Melvin Brovald, notes, photographs and captions for Brovald's book "Silent Towns on the Prairie," captions and photos for a book that never materialized on the s depression in ND, railroad slides and photographs with descriptions, short stores by Brovald, news clippings and articles, copies of railway maps, and photographs of towns in North Dakota.
Harold J. Louis based American Fur Company at the two forts. Meyer s Unpublished manuscripts, an autobiographical sketch, and published essays by Joseph C. Meyer of Beach, ND. Sherman and John Guerrero. Includes correspondence, research files which are organized alphabetically by subject, location, and last name, miscellaneous research notes, manuscripts and school papers, publications and newspaper clippings, photographs and interviews on cassette tapes. Clair and Sinclair family genealogy, and Matlow family genealogy.
MSS was added to the collection in May The Lanterman family were early business leaders in Mandan. Hauge Leith, ND which documents her teachers and classmates. One of the photograph albums contained portraits of early Bismarck residents by a variety of early photographers. This album may have been in the possession of or may have been created by Mrs. John Mary Halloran, early Bismarck resident. Oral histories, recipes, photographs were collected to preserve the history of Germans from Russia in Emmons, McIntosh and Logan Counties.
The interviews began in and were conducted through The papers also include mailing labels, programs, and handbooks used in the volunteer program 1 ft. Correspondence in the collection pertains to life in Leeds. The family lived in Burleigh and McLean Counties.
Jacees Valley City, N. The majority of the collection consists of Edwin's farm record books from their Enderlin Cass County, ND farm and photographs. Mary's High School, parades, harvesting and farm yard scenes, and family events and vacations. The filed a homestead near Krem, north of Hazen. They had eleven children, ten of whom survived to adulthood 1. William Ronald's papers include: certificates of completion of studies and attendance, diplomas of honor, Roseville School District number 4 ; and a diploma from the University of North Dakota George A.
Papers include correspondence, biographical and genealogical information, speeches, political material, documentation of awards received by Schnell and his philanthropic endeavors, records from Schnell's ranch and livestock business, newspaper clippings, publications, broadsides and posters.
The Solberg farm was in Baker N. Falconer family ca. Falconer family, their Burleigh County farm, agricultural operations, and Bismarck N.
The second part is a manuscript and details the history of the county and covers the railroad, first school, settlement and settlers, organization of the county, the county seat move from Hope to Cooperstown, the division of the county and creation of Steele County, and many other topics. A note with the manuscripts indicates that there was a third part to be included in the bound final copy, but neither the third part or the bound copy are with the collection.
One publication is titled "They Whizzed us through Rochester" authored by Dr. Earl H. The other publication is title "The A.
North Dakota history and people; outlines of American history. by: Lounsberry, Clement A. Publication date: Topics: North Dakota. North Dakota history and people; outlines of American history () - Kindle edition by Clement A Lounsberry. Download it once and read it on your Kindle.
Crary Memoirs and Memoranda, " and documents the genealogy of Dr. Crary's family. The Crary family resided in Cando N. Rogers Family Correspondence and photographs of the Martin W.
Rogers family. Rogers lived in Austin Minn. Topics discussed in the correspondence include family matters, the influenza pandemic, World War I, hunting, and farming. The bulk dates of the correspondence are One family member was the sheriff in Palermo N.
Photographs include members of the Rogers, McGinley, and Quammen families. Also includes a brief summary of the letters from and funeral programs for family members. The collection also includes loose clippings and publications about the dam and about World War II 1 ft. Shirley A. After the war, he returned to work for the Corp of Engineers in Riverdale and worked there until his retirement.
Von Eschen died April 22, Ruth Redding Cran was born in Jamestown N. Shaff and Jesse Cran on October 20, She passed away on April 15, The scrapbook includes collages of poems and printed images. Hamry and photographs of Gerald, his son Robert, and Robert's mother Dorothy. The airport in Kindred N. Hamry, who died while serving in World War II. All of the documents are decorative. Most are in the German language.
The papers are oversize in a map case drawer. Related to P 3 ft. The collection also includes the fall catalogue of the Butterick Publishing Company, , and the Imperial magazine and Domestic Monthly March issue. The provenance of this collection is unknown, the items were found in the archives stacks without a connection to a specific collection. Genealogy was compiled ca. Spencer and Ruth Overholser Consists of correspondence between J. Spencer and Ruth between , diplomas, commencement programs, newspaper clippings and a scrapbook that document Overholser's service, and photographs.
John's Church, Zeeland N.
Joseph's School Mandan, N. Hill Consists of Hill's research on opera houses in 49 cities in North Dakota.
Each file contains information such as slides, photos, newspaper clippings, notes made by Hill while conducting the research, and some letters from individuals in those cities. Fleckenstein Schumacher Consists of a decorative album of photographs, printed material, and reminiscences, which was presented to Frank and Magdalena by their children.
Also includes an apostolic blessings for their 50th and 55th wedding anniversaries and , and biographical information. Includes notable statewide people, crimes, and stories, as well as a chronology of North Dakota history, beginning in B. Papers include military papers, diplomas and certificates, grades, printed material, and items from family businesses: the Admiral Hotel, Christie Apartments and drive-in theater in Marmarth.
The collection primarily consists of printed material such as posters, tickets, programs, brochures, and pamphlets. The first group of materials is letter size or smaller, the second group is larger than letter size and smaller than 11x17" and the third group is larger than 11x17". Engstad Papers, n. Lemmon Papers, Reminiscences of early settlement, local news, Messiah movement, and buffalo by a rancher, banker and the founder of Lemmon, SD.
Lockett Papers, Reminiscences of life on a homestead in Rolette Co. Panebaker Papers, Towner Co.
Ellis on early settlement in Dakota Territory, and a Dickey County soil survey.