Panoramic view of the many men who served in the Civilian Conservation Corps (C.C.C) Number 717 in Hibbing, Minnesota. The photograph depicts the many men who belonged to the CCC in a group photograph. The photograph is captioned: "Camp C. C. C. #717. Hibbing, Minn." Tents are located on the left and right sides of the photograph. The photograph depicts wooded background and grassland foreground. The photograph is undated.
View is to the southwest from the north side of Main Avenue just east of 6th Street South. The recently completed Moorhead Post Office and Federal Building stands on the corner across the intersection.
View is to the northeast from Garroway (4th Avenue South) showing a crowd gathered on the south lawn of the Moorhead High School for a memorial service for assassinated President William McKinley on September 19, 1901. The wall of the High School is covered with black crepe and decorated with two large American flags flanking a draped photo of McKinley. Dignitaries sit on a platform before the crowd. Standing at left is Rev. Gustav Larson of Moorhead's Trinity Lutheran Church reading a passage from the Bible.
Audience listening to county commissioners conduct board meeting. Facing, left to right: Commissioner Thomas L. Olson, Commissioner Richard O. Hanson, Commissioner Tom Ticen, Board Secretary Mary Ellen Hudson, Commissioner John Derus, Commissioner E. F. Robb, Jr.
Two men in military uniform attach a bicentennial flag to a flagpole on the Hennepin County Government Center's north plaza. Part of the Municipal Building, also known as Minneapolis City Hall or the Old Courthouse, is visible in the background.
Children reading books in library children's area. A table contains books and a small terrarium. One child is seated in a chair shaped like a baseball glove. Outside the second-story west-facing window, a parking lot and several Edina business buildings are visible.
Ed Ault seated at keyboard controlling chimes in the old courthouse, also known as Minneapolis City Hall and the Municipal Building. The building's commemorative plaque listing original commission members and building information is behind him.