Researchers should consult the 1976 Copyright Act, Public Law 94-553, Title 17, U. Code and an archivist at this repository if clarification of copyright requirements is needed. In August 1883, the partners incorporated the paper's operation and took on several prominent local businessmen as stockholders. Mary's High School, Bismarck (ND), 1969 2009-P-010-00015 Missouri Valley Boy Scout Camp, 1969 2009-P-010-00016 North Dakota Rural Electric Association State-wide Headquarters, 1970 2009-P-010-00017 Bismarck Civic Center, Bismarck (ND), 1969 2009-P-010-00018 Waring, Fred 1969 2009-P-010-00019 St. (Betty) Bismarck, Bismarck (ND), 1969 2009-P-010-00112 Mondale, Senator Walter Minnesota, St. Patrick Mary College Instructor, Bismarck (ND), 1971/07/16 2009-P-010-02555 Hewitt, Scott, 1971/07/17 2009-P-010-02556 Eisenhower brothers, 1971/07/15 2009-P-010-02557 Bismarck Mounted Police, Bismarck (ND), 1971/07/15 2009-P-010-02558 Savageau, Doric, 1971/07/15 2009-P-010-02559 Crampton, Bruce Golfer, 1971/07/22 2009-P-010-02560 Huncovsky, Dora, 1971/07/15 2009-P-010-02561 Hassan II (King of Morocco), 1971/07/00 2009-P-010-02562 Assel, Christ, 1971/07/14 2009-P-010-02563 Le Duc Tho North Vietnamese leader, 1971 2009-P-010-02564 Moss, Senator Frank, 1971 2009-P-010-02565 Johnson, Gen.
Access: This collection is open under the rules and regulations of the State Historical Society of North Dakota. Shareholders included the Marquis de Mores, Michael Lang, Joseph Miller, A. Alexius Hospital, Bismarck (ND), 1969 2009-P-010-00020 Higgens, Roger 1969 2009-P-010-00021 Stennis, John 1969 2009-P-010-00022 Becker, Senator Edwin 1969 2009-P-010-00023 Nixon, Richard M. Tony, 1969 2009-P-010-00026 Severson, Harlan mug shot, 1970/01/00 2009-P-010-00027 Heartview Alcoholic Treatment Center, Mandan (ND), 1969 2009-P-010-00028 Bismarck High School Band-Orchestra-Chorus, Bismarck (ND), 1970/01/00 2009-P-010-00029 Medora Historical Pictures, Medora (ND), 1970 2009-P-010-00030 Precinct Map-Bismarck (ND), n.d. P., 1970/06/19 2009-P-010-00032 Dressler, John R., 1970/02/13 2009-P-010-00033 Rogers, Will Jr., 1970/02/00 2009-P-010-00034 Hale, Charles, 1970/02/13 2009-P-010-00035 Blackstead, David, 1969 2009-P-010-00036 Gaukler, George Valley City North Dakota Democratic NPL officer-1970 --Ista, Richard --North Dakota Democrat Chairman see also Ista, Richard --Olson, Mrs. Paul (MN), 1969 2009-P-010-00113 Nelson, Gaylord Senator Wisconsin, (WI), 1969 2009-P-010-00114 Jungroth, James Jamestown, Jamestown (ND), 1969 2009-P-010-00115 Vogel, Seb NDSUFarm-Key, 1970 2009-P-010-00116 Priebe, Dr. Harold, 1971 2009-P-010-02566 Kai-Shek, Chiang, 1971 2009-P-010-02567 Bundy, Mc George, 1971 2009-P-010-02568 Cabinet The, 1971 2009-P-010-02569 Ervin, Kenneth, 1971 2009-P-010-02570 Svingen, Dale, 1971 2009-P-010-02571 Ternes, Butch Lineman, 1971 2009-P-010-02572 Betz, Darryl Lineman, 1971 2009-P-010-02573 Miller, Leslie Line Foreman, 1971 2009-P-010-02574 Hendrickson, George, 1971 2009-P-010-02575 Wagner, Theophil Lineman, 1971 2009-P-010-02576 Whitman, Ward, 1971 2009-P-010-02577 Dornbush, Ike, 1971 2009-P-010-02578 Weiser, Robert, 1971 2009-P-010-02579 Solheim, Clarence, 1971 2009-P-010-02580 Trygg, John, 1971 2009-P-010-02581 Weber, John Jr., 1971 2009-P-010-02582 Williams, Harold, 1971 2009-P-010-02583 Bailey, Erwin, 1971 2009-P-010-02584 Gartner, P. (Pete) Fire Chief, Mandan (ND), 1971/07/21 2009-P-010-02587 Mutzenberger, Jim Billing Clerk, 1971 2009-P-010-02588 Wohlfeil, Leonard H., 1971 2009-P-010-02589 Rickertt, Vivian J. General Air Force Chief of Staff (second from left) --Moorer, Thomas H.
In order to control the further proliferation of the parasites, which are resistant to bleach sanitation AND to drying, I had to completely tear down my entire fish room and throw almost EVERYTHING away.
I kept my glass tanks and a few easily-cleanable objects and sterilized them with Virkon, a much more powerful sterilizing agent than bleach.
Out in the fish room, I immediately noticed the fish in one tank were showing classic signs of a parasitic outbreak…
the symptoms were in line with costia or chilodenella, although the parasites evaded me when I examined skin scrapings of the fish under my microscope.
Some of these artists have never lived in Wisconsin, and some are not acoustic Folk musicians.
All recording artists and groups and all the session players listed here are indexed alphabetically on the Various Artists Collections Index pages.
1 - #47)t 1998 Wisconsin: An American Portrait 30 Drum Corps International (DCI) # ) 1972 International Preview! Ford (her son) - Crandon Carlton Hawks - Crandon Clara Hawks Tracy (his sister) - Crandon Summary Discography (top/bottom of page) ----------Fox/Wolf Rivers Environmental History Project Green Bay, WI #48) 1998 The River Rocks [CD: no catalog #] --- Warning: Ignore the Project's URL in this CD's liner notes. Provenance: The collection was donated to the State Historical Society of North Dakota by Mylo S. Tuttle purchased Ertel's share and under his leadership, the paper's circulation grew. Gilbreath bought out Tuttle when the latter left town to join Dr. Gilbreath would publish the paper until the group sold their interest in the paper in about 1896 to W. Tostevin would move it into larger quarters in the basement of the Hotel Mandan on the northeast corner of Collins Avenue and Main Street. The paper would subsequently be published from a brand new facility on east Memorial Highway southeast of current Da Wise-Perry funeral home/former Gourmet House. Eventually the Conrad brothers bought out their business partners, and published it under the Conrad Publishing moniker. Karl, 1971/07/18 2009-P-010-02544 Harris, Senator Fred R., 1971/07/00 2009-P-010-02545 Porter, William J., 1971/07/00 2009-P-010-02546 Staggers, Rep.Candee of Candee, Saveressing Marketing & Advertising on January 16, 1984. However in December 1897, as reported in his own paper, Tuttle was reportedly overworked sold part of the to W. Coe in Oregon to become his hospital administrator. The paper continued as a weekly until April of 1914 when it became a daily paper and redubbed the was an influential paper serving the Western Slope area. As society moved to getting its news from television rather than the print media, readership fell dramatically and the consolitation in the newspaper industry was in full swing by the 1980s. Harley O., 1971/07/00 2009-P-010-02547 Blue, Vida (left) --Ellis, Doc (right), 1971/07/00 2009-P-010-02548 Johnson, Reggie, 1971/07/16 2009-P-010-02549 Trevino, Lee, 1971/07/00 2009-P-010-02550 Mosbrucker, Jo Ann Little Britches Winner-Highest Number of Points 1971, 1971/07/18 2009-P-010-02551 Kardong, Rev.Unfortunately because the parasites and/or bacteria were so fast-acting, I lost several fish including Clyde – a devastating loss.Clyde has One shred of a silver lining from this disaster is now the fish room is empty and it’s an opportunity to do the much-needed construction I’ve been putting off due to high upfront costs and fish being in the way.