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    • Dedication at St. Olaf Church, Bisbee, N.D.

    • Religion; People; Awards and ceremonies
    • This photograph features a large wooden church. The structure is white with several windows and a steeple. A large crowd of people stand outside the church and pose for this photograph. They wear clothing indicative of the time period.
    • Parsonage of Zion Congregation, Hoople, N.D.

    • Women; People; Religion; Rural views;
    • Many people pose for this photograph of the Zion Congregation in Hoople. Adults stand in the back, while children kneel and sit in the front. Everyone is dressed up. It appears to be a religious celebration of some kind. At left, a house is...
    • Jim Page hauling wheat to Hamilton, N.D.

    • City & Town Life; Agriculture; Work Life; Transportation
    • View of Jim Page sitting with a dog next to him, on top of a loaded wagon being pulled by two horses on a street near Hamilton, N.D. There are buildings on the right, and in the background on the left. Signs out front on the right say City Sample...
    • Red River Valley floods

    • Water; Weather;
    • Page 40 features information about the Red River Valley floods of 1975. Bottom-left: This photograph shows the parking lot of Skakeys Pizza. The flood waters have moved into the parking lot. In the center of the photograph is the restaurant sign....
    • Group portrait in Hamilton, N.D.

    • Portraits; People; Women
    • Group portrait of four young women standing wearing coats and boots, and one has a fur hand muff. There are four young men behind them all wearing coats and hats. The man on the left is sitting and the others are standing on a board. The...
    • Fritz Auto Livery, Lucca, N.D.

    • Business & Industry; People; Social Life & Customs;
    • Pictured is Richard Fritz' Auto Livery and Taxi Service in Lucca, North Dakota. The Richard Fritz family lived upstairs in the building. From left to right: The Model-T taxi which was used to take people from Lucca to Nome and other communities,...

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