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    • Tarutino and Bessarabian Villages #1 

      Unknown author (2011-01-12)
      Herdsmen watching cows near Bessarabian village. Photographs by Michael M. Miller.
    • Tarutino and Bessarabian Villages #2 

      Unknown author (2011-01-12)
      Ukrainian farmer cutting hay and loading stacks. Photographs by Michael M. Miller.
    • Tarutino and Bessarabian Villages #3 

      Unknown author (2011-01-12)
      Dr. Ralph Tarnasky, Bismarck, ND, and Cecilia Samoylenko of Tarutino, Ukraine, former Bessarabian village. Cecilia remembers Tarnasky family members in Tarutino. Photographs by Michael M. Miller.
    • Tarutino and Bessarabian Villages #4 

      Unknown author (2011-01-12)
      Gravestone at Tarutino cemetery of Emil Brosz (Bross), 1902. Photographs by Michael M. Miller.
    • Tarutino and Bessarabian Villages #5 

      Unknown author (2011-01-12)
      Gravestone at Tarutino cemetery of Julian Miller, 1831-1925. Photographs by Michael M. Miller.
    • Tarutino and Bessarabian Villages #6 

      Unknown author (2011-01-12)
      Gravestone at Tarutino cemetery (unable to identify), 1910. Photographs by Michael M. Miller.
    • Tarutino and Bessarabian Villages #7 

      Unknown author (2011-01-12)
      Ukrainian couple at noontime milking their cow near Bessarabian villages. Photographs by Michael M. Miller.
    • Team Makers inventory 

      Team Makers; Team Makers (2008-10-10)
    • Ten Percent Society 

      Ten Percent Society; Ten Percent Society (2010-02-24)
    • Tennis Tournament for the Championship of North Dakota Records 

      Unknown author (11/12/2015)
      Programs for tournaments held in Fargo, N.D. (1937) and Mandan, N.D. (1938), respectively. Each program lists past event winners, dating back to 1903, a brief set of rules, the time and fee for each event.
    • Tennis, Former Intercollegiate 

      Intercollegiate Athletics; Intercollegiate Athletics (2009-07-01)
    • Ternes, Kathryn Ehli 

      Ternes, Kathryn Ehli; Miller, Michael M.; Ternes, Kathryn Ehli; Miller, Michael M. (1993-08-18)
      Interview on 18 August 1993, Bismarck, North Dakota. Conducted by Michael M. Miller.
    • Theatre Arts Department records, 1950s-1990s 

      Theatre Arts Department; Theatre Arts Department (2009-05-20)
    • Theodore G. Nelson Papers, 1906-1960 

      Nelson, Theodore G., 1880-1961; Nelson, Theodore G., 1880-1961 (2008-10-08)
      Organized the Independent Voters Association and in 1921 helped to orchestrate the first recall in the nation of a governor.
    • Theodore G. Nelson Photograph Collection 

      Nelson, Theodore G.; Nelson, Theodore G. (2008-10-31)
    • Theodore Maier Collection 

      Maier, Sharon; Maier, Sharon (2012-03-27)
      Twenty-two theological books, dating from the 1860s to 1930, and one lithographic print of Martin Luther.
    • Theodore O. Heer Papers, 1966 

      Heer, Theodore O.; Heer, Theodore O. (2013-05-14)
      Typed family history, with numerous handwritten annotations, of the children of Andrew Heer of Berlin, Russia, who came to the United States. Son Andreas lived at Eureka, S.D.; Phillip and Gottlieb at McClusky, N.D. and ...
    • Theodore Roosevelt collection of Papers 

      Roosevelt, Theodore; Roosevelt, Theodore (2015-11-24)
      Pamphlets and newspaper clippings related to his years in North Dakota (1884-1886), with mention of his Maltese Cross ranch, located near the Little Missouri River. Includes Spring 1958 issue of News and home featuring Roosevelt.
    • Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider Awardee Portraits Slide Collection 

      Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider Awardee Portraits; Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider Awardee Portraits (1/13/2011)
    • “Thistle Houses: a series of autobiographical episodes” Records 

      Moran, Margaret Aandahl; Moran, Margaret Aandahl (2015-08-05)
      Typed manuscript (96 leaves) written by Margaret Aandahl Moran regarding her childhood years on the family farm near Litchville, N.D. up to the time her father was elected governor of North Dakota and the family moved to ...