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The book From Fjord to Flatland: A History of the Myrah, Velo, and Knudson Families, but Betty Knudson Roberts, has been a
The meeting minutes for the Votes for Women League, Fargo Chapter between the dates of their founding on February 4, 1912, to April 11, 1919, has been digitized and uploaded onto Digita
During the past weeks while the NDSU Archives have been closed to the public, several members of the Archives staff have been busy transcribing the Eileen Tuff Diaries. Mrs.
Several items from the Hanson Mechanical Trade School, a vocational training school that operated at 65 3rd Street N.
A book published by the North Dakota Game and Fish Department, The Duck Factory: A History of Waterfowl in North Dakota, has been donated by the authors Mike Jacobs and Erik Fritzell. The following book description come
A 1964 community history book for Golden Valley, North Dakota, has been added to the Institute for Regional Studies Archives book collection. Golden Valley is a city in Mercer County, North Dakota, founded in 1914. The book contains a history of the town, businesses, and biographical sketches on
The publication United Tribes Technical College: 50 Year Chronology, has been donated to the NDSU Archives. The college is located on the site of the former Fort Lincoln in Bismarck. The following history comes from the college website:
The Log, a 1947 yearbook from Dazey (N.D.) High School, has been added to the Institute for Regional Studies Archives book collection. Not only is this yearbook full of photos of students, and their activities, it also has an alumni directory in the back. The Archives welcome yearbook donations from any North Dakota school.
Recently three great nieces of Professor Henry Luke Bolley visited the NDSU Archives and donated several Bolley related publications. Among the donation was this book they wrote on the family history of Christian and Bessie (Rice) Gunness. Bessie was the niece of Prof.
The NDSU Archives has added the fourth installment of the Minot, North Dakota historical book series, Minot, North Dakota and Area History Vol.
Two books from the Prairie Documents Photographic Book Series have been donated to the NDSU Archives book collection, from the MSUM Archives. The books Perrenial: and Image of Moorhead (1992), and Welcome to Dilworth (1991), were produced by the Department of Mass Communications at Moorhead State University, and edited