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Published March 14, 2012, 12:00 AM

Photo gallery: “Women of Considerable Influence” exhibit Memorial Union Gallery, NDSU


The "Women of Considerable Influence" exhibit at North Dakota State University's Memorial Union Gallery featured Ruth Roberts Haggart's clothing, a daughter of S.G. Roberts, an early Fargo resident and pioneer attorney who the street downtown was named after. Carrie Snyder / The Forum

  • The "Women of Considerable Influence" exhibit at North Dakota State University's Memorial Union Gallery featured Ruth Roberts Haggart's clothing, a daughter of S.G. Roberts, an early Fargo resident and pioneer attorney who the street downtown was named after. Carrie Snyder / The Forum
  • The “Women of Considerable Influence” exhibit at North Dakota State University’s Memorial Union Gallery features Ruth Roberts Haggart's clothing. Carrie Snyder / The Forum
  • The "Women of Considerable Influence" exhibit at North Dakota State University;s Memorial Union Gallery featured Ruth Roberts Haggart, a daughter of S.G. Roberts, an early Fargo resident and pioneer attorney who the street downtown was named after. Local artist Natasha Neihart drew the charcoal, sepia and pastel portrait. Carrie Snyder / The Forum
  • Local artist Natasha Neihart drew the charcoal, sepia and pastel portrait of Ruth Roberts Haggart. Carrie Snyder / The Forum
  • Ann Braaten , left, and Jacqueline WayneGuite explain the "Women of Considerable Influence"� exhibit at the Memorial Union Gallery on North Dakota State University's campus. Carrie Snyder / The Forum
  • The "Women of Considerable Influence" exhibit at North Dakota State University's Memorial Union Gallery featured Kate Selby Wilder, a North Dakota suffragist who was elected the first female Fargo City Commissioner in 1919. (Carrie Snyder / The Forum)
  • Local artist Natasha Neihart painted the oil on canvas portrait of Kate Selby Wilder. Carrie Snyder / The Forum