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Black-and-white portrait of Linda Daschle
Linda Hall Daschle Papers
Dr. John E. Miller at work in his office in the basement of his home.
John E. Miller Papers
Frank and Millie Denholm talking with constituents at the South Dakota State Fair in Huron, South Dakota.
Frank and Millie Denholm at the South Dakota State Fair
Frank Denholm and his wife, Millie, are riding in a convertible in a parade during his 1968 campaign for Congress.
Frank and Millie Denholm in a parade
Richard Kneip is talking with people while at South Dakota State University's Hobo Day in Brookings, South Dakota.
Richard Kneip at Hobo Day in Brookings, South Dakota
Congressman Frank Denholm with veterans watching a Memorial Day parade in Webster, South Dakota
Congressman Frank Denholm on Memorial Day in 1972
Congressman Frank Denholm stands on the steps of the U.S. Capitol building
Congressman Frank Denholm in 1974
Congressman Frank Denholm stands on the steps of the U.S. Capitol building
Congressman Frank Denholm in 1974
President Richard Nixon addressing Congress
President Richard Nixon addressing Congress
United States Congress members taking the oath of office
United States Congress members taking the oath of office
Orran Hofstetter (left) of Basic Incorporated in Orrville, Ohio greets Congressman Frank Denholm and his wife Millie Denholm at the National Limestone Institute Convention in Washington, D.C.
Orran Hofstetter and Congressman Frank Denholm in 1974
Congressman Frank Denholm at his office desk in Washington, D.C.
Congressman Frank Denholm in Washington, D.C., 1972
Congressman Frank Denholm being interviewed at his office desk
Frank Denholm during an interview in 1971
Frank Denholm at the swearing in ceremony for the oath of office for the U.S Senate in Washington, D.C.
Frank Denholm taking his oath of office in 1971
Frank and Millie Denholm with the South Dakota flag at the swearing in ceremony for the oath of office for the U.S Senate in Washington, D.C.
Frank and Millie Denholm with the South Dakota flag in 1971
Frank Denholm at the swearing in ceremony for the oath of office for the U.S Senate from South Dakota in Washington, D.C.
Frank Denholm taking his oath of office as Congressman from South Dakota in 1971
Frank Denholm at work in his office. There are two men standing behind him while he signs a document.
Frank Denholm at work
Former Congressman Frank Denholm speaks at the Democratic Forum in Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Congressman Frank Denholm at the Democratic Forum in 1978
Frank Denholm speaking to a group of students at Lincoln High School in Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Frank Denholm speaking to students at Lincoln High School
Sun Dance at Two Strike Camp on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota in 1957
Sun Dance at Two Strike Camp on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota in 1957
Ben Reifel was Bureau of Indian Affairs farm agent to the Oglala Lakota on the Pine Ridge Reservation in 1954
Ben Reifel was Bureau of Indian Affairs farm agent to the Oglala Lakota on the Pine Ridge Reservation in 1954
Research notebook for N.E. Hansen's experiments with grasses, clovers, and forage that were conducted near the Hunter Salzer Farm by Mellet, South Dakota in 1897 with remarks about 1896. The first part of the notebook discusses his experiments on 38 plots, which included numerous varieties of grasses, oats, wheat, alfalfa, clovers, and corn. The notebook also details his research on an additional 64 plots of grasses and forage plants. The notes include his assessments of the varieties and comments regarding the weather.
Notebooks: Grasses, clovers and forage
Representative Ben Reifel in Seoul, Korea in 1964
Representative Ben Reifel in Seoul, Korea in 1964
Representative Ben Reifel in Seoul, Korea in 1964
Representative Ben Reifel in Seoul, Korea in 1964
Representative Ben Reifel in Seoul, Korea in 1964
Representative Ben Reifel in Seoul, Korea in 1964
US officials meet President Park Chung-hee in Seoul, Korea in 1964
US officials meet President Park Chung-hee in Seoul, Korea in 1964
Frank Denholm and his wife Millie are riding in a convertible in the 1974 Hobo Day parade in Brookings, South Dakota
Frank Denholm campaigning during the 1974 Hobo Day parade
Frank Denholm riding in the South Dakota State University Bummobile during the Hobo Day parade in Brookings, South Dakota
Frank Denholm riding in the Bummobile
Frank Denholm shaking hands with a constituent while riding in the South Dakota State University Bummobile during the Hobo Day parade the hobo flag of peace is behind him
Frank Denholm on the campaign trail
Frank and Millie Denholm pose for a photograph during a family reunion in Brookings, South Dakota
Frank and Millie Denholm in 2000
Frank Denholm working at his desk in his law office in Brookings, South Dakota
Frank Denholm at work in 1979
Frank Denholm and others on stage during a Denholm for Congress rally in Brookings, South Dakota
Denholm for Congress rally in 1968
Elect Frank E. Denholm for U.S. Congress 'A New Strong Voice for South Dakota - Farmer - Businessman - Former FBI Agent - Educator - Lawyer (Democratic Candidate for all the people!)' campaign billboard in Brookings, South Dakota
Denholm for Congress campaign billboard in 1968
Representative Ben Reifel at an event
Representative Ben Reifel at an event
Portrait of Tom Daschle, 1986
Thomas Daschle House Papers
Duane Dean
South Dakota State University - Weight Class: 167 / 177 lbs.
Darrell Smith
South Dakota State University - Weight Class: 157 lbs.
Mike Kain
South Dakota State University - Weight Class: 157 / 167 / 177 lbs.
Frank Murphy
South Dakota State University - Weight Class: 115 / 123 lbs.
Marv Sherrill
South Dakota State University - Weight Class: 130 / 137 / 147 lbs.
Stan Lambert
South Dakota State University - Weight Class: 145 lbs.
Don Miller
South Dakota State University - Weight Class: 123 / 130 / 137 lbs.
Bill Taggart
South Dakota State University - Weight Class: 167 / 177 lbs.
Ed Kantor
South Dakota State University - Weight Class: 123 / 137 lbs.
Mick Hurlbert
South Dakota State University - Weight Class: Heavyweight
Terry Linander
South Dakota State University - Weight Class: 147 / 152 lbs.
Al Morton
South Dakota State University - Weight Class: 137 lbs.
N.E. Hansen holding alfalfa in his arms.
N.E. Hansen
South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station field research notebook of N.E. Hansen. Research on varieties of soybeans, alfalfa, and kochia were conducted in Highmore, SD and Brookings, SD during 1943. Handwritten.
SD Ag Experiment Station: Agronomy Department field records
N.E Hansen's research notebook regarding field experiments for grasses and grains in 1888 and 1889. The field consisted of 66 plots. He studied 92 varieties in total including: 22 grasses, 9 clovers, 20 wheats, 23 oats, 14 barleys, 1 rye. Hansen was assisted by John M. Aldrich, Alvah George Cross, and J.G. Ross.
Notebooks: Grasses for 1888 and 9: Grains for 1988
Research notebook for N.E. Hansen's experiments with alfalfa for 1911, with notes regarding 1909 and 1910 experiments. Varieties studied include Omsk, Cossack, Samara, North Sweden, Obb Siberia, and Cherno.
Notebooks: Alfalfa's: 1911-M-1-tc
Dr. N.E. Hansen and an another man are in a greenhouse full of flowers on the campus of South Dakota State College.
Dr. N.E. Hansen in a South Dakota State College greenhouse, undated
Dr. N.E. Hansen and an another man are in a greenhouse full of flowers on the campus of South Dakota State College.
Dr. N.E. Hansen in a South Dakota State College greenhouse, undated
Dr. N.E. Hansen and an unknown man are in a greenhouse full of flowers on the campus of South Dakota State College.
Dr. N.E. Hansen in a South Dakota State College greenhouse, undated
Dr. N.E. Hansen and an unknown man are in a greenhouse full of flowers on the campus of South Dakota State College.
Dr. N.E. Hansen in a South Dakota State College greenhouse, undated
South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station display featuring examples of new hybrid plums, ornamentals, and crossing and selection work of N.E. Hansen.
South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station display, undated
N.E. Hansen standing by a small table in a room with horticultural displays of flowers and fruits.
Dr. N.E. Hansen at a horticultural display, undated
N.E. Hansen on the hardy alfalfa trail in Siberia, there are three horse-drawn wagons in a town, Hansen is riding on the first wagon.
N.E. Hansen on the hardy alfalfa trail Siberia in 1913
N.E. Hansen is seated the back of a horse drawn wagon full of wild Siberian alfalfa, there are camels behind him and several other people around him, the photographs was taken while N.E. Hansen was among the Kirghiz Tartars in Semipalatinsk, Siberia.
N.E. Hansen on the hardy alfalfa trail among the Kirghiz Tartars in Semipalatinsk, Siberia in 1913
Dr. N.E. Hansen seated at a table visiting with guests at the recognition service his honor on the campus of South Dakota State College.
Recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen at South Dakota State College in 1949
People gathered in front of Lincoln Memorial Library listening to speakers during the recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen on the campus of South Dakota State College.
Recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen at South Dakota State College in 1949
People gathered between the Horticulture Building and the Administration Building for the recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen on the campus of South Dakota State College.
Recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen at South Dakota State College in 1949
South Dakota Governor Mickelson congratulates Dr. N.E. Hansen on his long-time term of service at South Dakota State College and his distinguished work as a plant breeder as he addresses a crowd of 250 relatives, friends, and associates during the ceremonies commemorating the achievements of Dr. Hansen in the field of horticulture, this occurred in front of Lincoln Memorial Library.
Recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen at South Dakota State College in 1949
N.E. Hansen responds when the monument erected in his honor was unveiled at South Dakota State College; left to right: State College President Leinbach, Governor Mickelson, Dr. Hansen, Carl Hansen, Lucille Dory.
Recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen at South Dakota State College in 1949
People seated in folding chairs and the grass in front of Lincoln Memorial Library on the campus of South Dakota State College to hear Carl Hansen speak during the recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen for his work in horticulture.
Recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen at South Dakota State College in 1949
Unveiling of the rock and bronze tablet commemorating Dr. N.E. Hansen's work, it was located in between the Administration Building and the Horticulture Building; left to right: unknown man, Frank Cundill, South Dakota State College President Leinbach; Governor Mickelson; Dr. Hansen; Carl Hansen; Harry Dory; and Lucille Dory.
Recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen at South Dakota State College in 1949
Crowds of people gathered for a reception for the recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen n the campus of South Dakota State College.
Recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen at South Dakota State College in 1949
Crowds of people gathered for a reception for the recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen n the campus of South Dakota State College.
Recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen at South Dakota State College in 1949
Monument dedicated to N.E. Hansen in recognition to his service to South Dakota State College, it was located in between the Administration Building and the Horticulture Building; the bronze citation reads: 'South Dakota State College seeks to perpetuate the memory of its long-time fruit and plant breeder: Niels Ebbesen Hansen. Born at Rebe, Denmark, January 4, 1866, came to the United States in 1873. Made Professor of Horticulture of South Dakota State College in 1895; Professor Emeritus in 1937. A world traveler and collector of plants, he developed drought resistant verities of fruits, flowers, and grasses for the Great Plains. His efforts provided the people of the Great Plains the means through which they enjoy a better living. August 25, 1959.' The rock was donated by Jno E. Gueffroy from near Colman, South Dakota. It is approximately 4.5 feet tall, 4.5 feet wide, with a 26 inch base.
Recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen at South Dakota State College in 1949
Rock and bronze tablet commemorating Dr. N.E. Hansen's work; left to right: South Dakota State College President Leinbach; Lucille Dory, member of the Board of Regents; Governor Mickelson; Dr. Hansen; Frank Cundill, member of the Board of Regents; A. M. Eberle, Dean of Agriculture; and Arlington Eddy, chairman of arrangements.
Recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen at South Dakota State College in 1949
Crowds of people gathered for a reception for the recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen n the campus of South Dakota State College.
Recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen at South Dakota State College in 1949
People gathered between the Horticulture Building and the Administration Building for the recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen on the campus of South Dakota State College.
Recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen at South Dakota State College in 1949
Crowds of people gathered on the campus of South Dakota State College to attend the recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen.
Recognition service for Dr. N.E. Hansen at South Dakota State College in 1949
Monument dedicated to N.E. Hansen in recognition to his service to South Dakota State College, it was located in between the Administration Building and the Horticulture Building; the bronze citation reads: 'South Dakota State College seeks to perpetuate the memory of its long-time fruit and plant breeder: Niels Ebbesen Hansen. Born at Rebe, Denmark, January 4, 1866, came to the United States in 1873. Made Professor of Horticulture of South Dakota State College in 1895; Professor Emeritus in 1937. A world traveler and collector of plants, he developed drought resistant verities of fruits, flowers, and grasses for the Great Plains. His efforts provided the people of the Great Plains the means through which they enjoy a better living. August 25, 1959.' The rock was donated by Jno E. Gueffroy from near Colman, South Dakota. It is approximately 4.5 feet tall, 4.5 feet wide, with a 26 inch base.
Memorial dedicated to N.E. Hansen at South Dakota State College in 1949
N.E. Hansen Memorial Garden located at McCrory Gardens on the campus of South Dakota State University in Brookings, South Dakota.
N.E. Hansen Memorial Garden at McCrory Gardens in Brookings, South Dakota in 1996
N.E. Hansen Memorial Garden located at McCrory Gardens on the campus of South Dakota State University in Brookings, South Dakota.
N.E. Hansen Memorial Garden at McCrory Gardens in Brookings, South Dakota in 1996
Rare portrait of Dr. N.E. Hansen without a beard, he is wearing an overcoat and a hat and seated in a chair.
Dr. N.E. Hansen, undated
Professor N.E. Hansen stand in ornamental grass at the horticulture grounds of South Dakota State College, the classroom building (right) and the Horticulture building (behind Hansen) are visible in the background.
Professor N.E Hansen on the horticulture grounds at South Dakota State College, undated
Portrait of Professor N.E. Hansen
Professor N.E. Hansen, undated
Dr. N.E. Hansen in a suit and tie and wearing a hat while he looks at bushes.
Dr. N.E. Hansen, undated
N.E. Hansen stands in front of the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station display, there is a sign that encourages viewers to 'Join the State Horticultural Society' and features the Waneta Plum, there is a sign for "Breeding Hardy Fruits" and may South Dakota State College pennants and a United States flag hanging on the wall in the booth
N.E. Hansen at a South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station display, undated
Lillian Gibson roses, developed by N.E. Hansen, were named for Mrs. Charles W. Pugsley at the request of her husband, Charles W. Pugsley, who was president of South Dakota State College from 1923-1940.
Lillian Gibson roses at South Dakota State college in 1940
Portrait of a young N.E. Hansen wearing a bow tie and a dark jacket.
Young N.E. Hansen, undated
N.E. Hansen wearing a Siberian costume and holding a sheaf of wild Siberian flowered alfalfa.
N.E. Hansen in Siberian costume with a sheaf of alfalfa in 1906
N.E. Hansen (wearing hat) is with friends in Brookings, South Dakota; writing on the back: S.D. plant wizard and friends Brookings 5-19-39 compliments York Sampson.
N.E. Hansen with friends in Brookings, South Dakota in 1939
N.E. Hansen (back row hear center with lighter color jacket, white beard) and Ivan V. Michurin (seated in front of Hansen) pose for a photograph with a large group of people at Michurin's orchard in Chelyabinsk, Russia.
N.E. Hansen and Ivan V. Michurin in Chelyabinsk, Russia in 1934
N.E. Hansen posing for a photograph with four people Chelyabinsk, Russia; written in pencil on the back: Tscheljabinsk 1934.
N.E. Hansen in Chelyabinsk, Russia in 1934
N.E. Hansen looking at a sapling tree at in orchard in Chelyabinsk, Russia with two other men; written in pencil on the back: Tscheljabinsk 1934.
N.E. Hansen in Chelyabinsk, Russia in 1934
N.E. Hansen (right of tree) and his son, Carl Hansen (far right) are with three other men in Russia.
N.E. Hansen and his son, Carl Hansen, in Russia in 1934
N.E. Hansen and Ivan V. Michurin, a Russian horticulturalist, looking at a field notebook at his orchard in Russia.
N.E. Hansen and Ivan V. Michurin in Russia in 1934
N.E. Hansen meeting Ivan V. Michurin, a Russian horticulturalist, at his orchard in Russia.
N.E. Hansen and Ivan V. Michurin in Russia in 1934
N.E. Hansen and his son, Carl Hansen, in the back seat of a car with an unknown man in Chelyabinsk, Russia, there are people crowding around the car.
N.E. Hansen and his son, Carl Hansen, in Russia in 1934
N.E. Hansen and his son, Carl Hansen, with three men at an orchard near Chelyabinsk, Russia; written in pencil on the back: one of the orchard places Russia 1934.
N.E. Hansen and his son, Carl Hansen, in Russia in 1934
N.E. Hansen and his son, Carl Hansen, at an orchard near Chelyabinsk, Russia; written in pencil on the back: one of the orchard places Russia 1934.
N.E. Hansen and his son, Carl Hansen in Russia in 1934
N.E. Hansen at Ivan V. Michurin's orchard near Chelyabinsk, Russia, Hansen's son, Carl Hansen, is behind him eating fruit.
N.E. Hansen and his son, Carl Hansen in Russia in 1934
N.E. Hansen during his trip to Russia in 1934.
N.E. Hansen in Russia in 1934
N.E. Hansen looking at a fruit tree on the campus of South Dakota State College that was part of Hansen's research on fruit.
N.E. Hansen standing by a fruit tree at South Dakota State College, undated
N.E. Hansen standing by a fruit tree on the campus of South Dakota State College that was part of Hansen's research on fruit.
N.E. Hansen standing by a fruit tree at South Dakota State College, undated
N.E. Hansen looking at a fruit tree on the campus of South Dakota State College that was part of Hansen's research on fruit.
N.E. Hansen standing by a fruit tree at South Dakota State College, undated
N.E. Hansen standing by a fruit tree on the campus of South Dakota State College that was part of Hansen's research on fruit.
N.E. Hansen standing by a fruit tree at South Dakota State College, undated