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Premiere Reception and Program of the Documentary The Germans from Russia: Children of the Steppe, Children of Prairie

Plains Art Museum, Fargo, North Dakota
February 2, 1999

(left to right): Michael M. Miller visits with Mary Lou Leintz (native of Mandan, ND) and Lynn Bueling, Wahpeton, ND. (left to right): Betty Lou Kraft Fischer, Fargo (native of Strasburg, ND) Cel Baumgartner, Hillsboro, ND, and Michael M. Miller visit at the reception.
(left to right): Joyce Reinhardt Larson, Fargo (native of Zap, ND), Jay Gage, Fargo, (native of Page, ND), and Sandra Bengerdes Miles, Fargo, (native of Manley, IA) stand by the Prairie Public Broadcasting display. (left to right): Father Al Bitz, Casselton, ND (native of Napoleon, ND), Michael Miller, and Ron Vossler, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks (native of Wishek, ND, and documentary scriptwriter) visit at the reception.
Stuart Longtin, Fargo, speaks on behalf of Cindy Mitzel Longtin and himself, major financial donors to the documentary, expressing gratitude for the completion of project. Persons attending the documentary premiere at the Plains Art Museum.
(left to right): Rick Rye, Interim Director, American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, Lincoln, NE, Prof. Timothy Kloberdanz, NDSU; and Bob Dambach.

Heritage Center, Bismarck, North Dakota
February 7, 1999

(left to right): Carol Just Halverson, St. Louis Park, MN (native of Berlin, ND), Elmer and Virginia Dockter, Bismarck, and daughter Shona Dockter, Roseville, MN. The Dockters are native of Streeter, ND. (left to right): Clarence Bauman and Herb Thurn, Bismarck, Bob Dambach, Michael Miller, and Dave Geck, Glen Ullin, ND, Prairie Public videographer. Clarence and Herb are major donors to the documentary project.
(left to right): Art and Betty Krueger Brosz, Jamestown, Brother Placid Gross, Richardton, ND, Tony Gross, Bismarck, and Katie Glatt Wald, Strasburg, ND.

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