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Rosemarie Myrdal and other officials applaud during Governor Ed Schafer's speech at the "Capital For A Day" at Fort Yates in 2000.
Seated at the top table, from left to right: Bill Goetz, Myrdal, an unidentified man, Governor Schafer and First Lady Nancy Schafer, and an unidentified member of the North Dakota Highway Patrol.
Sitting at the front table from left to right: Tony Clark, Yvonne Smith, Darlene Bartz, Gary Preszler, Tom Freier, Elaine Little, Diane ?, Kevin Cramer, and Bob Martinson.
A Republican from Edinburg, Rosemarie Myrdal represented District 11 (Pembina and Walsh counties) in the North Dakota House from 1985 until 1993 and served as the Lieutenant Governor of North Dakota from 1993 to 2001.
Prior to being elected North Dakota Governor, Ed Schafer unsuccessfully challenged North Dakota Congressman Byron Dorgan in 1990. Two years later, Schafer, a Republican from Bismarck, won the gubernatorial election and served as North Dakota’s 30th Governor until 2001.
Fort Yates, North Dakota
Rosemarie Myrdal, Ed Schafer, Tony Clark, Yvonne Smith, Darlene Bartz, Gary Preszler, Tom Freier, Elaine Little, Kevin Cramer, Bob Martinson, Nancy Schafer, Bill Goetz
Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections, Chester Fritz Library, University of North Dakota
Rosemarie Myrdal, Ed Schafer, Tony Clark, Yvonne Smith, Darlene Bartz, Gary Preszler, Tom Freier, Elaine Little, Diane ?mbeitz, Kevin Cramer, Bob Martinson, Capital For A Day, Fort Yates, Standing Rock Sioux