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    • Main Street looking North, Wimbledon, N.D.

    • City & Town Life; Rural views; Transportation; Business & Industry;
    • A view of the unpaved Main Street in Wimbledon, North Dakota. Cars are visible in the street. Stores and utility poles are visible on either side of the street. Business signs for the Columbia Hotel, two restaurants, and a confectionery shop are...
    • George's Diner, Enderlin, N.D.

    • Business & Industry; People; Work Life;
    • Lynn Robertson reads a newspaper at the counter of George's Diner in Enderlin, North Dakota, while the owner, George Kaber, stands behind the counter by the stove. Another worker, Mrs. Storlee, is visible in the background. A coffee pot, cups,...
    • Front of Chuckwagon restaurant, Medora, N.D.

    • People; City & Town Life;
    • View of front of Chuckwagon Restaurant in Medora, N.D. Two men pose for the picture dressed in clothing indicative of the time period. Three wagon wheels are visible between the wooden poles. The entire building is made out of wooden logs. Two...
    • Best little city on the Soo Line, Wimbledon, N.D.

    • City & Town Life; Religion; Business & Industry;
    • A view of Wimbledon, North Dakota from an elevated location. In the foreground two of the More Brothers machinery shops are visible. The smaller "More Bros. Farm Implements" shop on the left hand side of the photograph with a sign on the roof that...
    • Main Street, Wimbledon, N.D.

    • City & Town Life; Business & Industry; People; Transportation;
    • A view of Main Street in Wimbledon, North Dakota. Cars and buggies are parked on the unpaved road while people walk on the sidewalks that run parallel to the road. Shops, stores, and utility poles line the road and a church steeple is visible in...
    • Interior of Brass Rail Restaurant, Page, N.D.

    • Women; People; Business & Industry
    • This photograph features the interior of the Brass Rail Restaurant in Page, N.D. Four men, two women and one child are shown here. The individuals at left lean against the counter, while the individuals at right stand near the large glass case. ...
    • Post Office, Jamestown, N.D.

    • City & Town Life;
    • A view looking across the street at the Post Office and Delmonico Restaurant and Lunch Room. The two story brick building is decorated with large stars, flags, banners, streamers, and banners with stars on them. It probably is all decorated for...
    • Coffee shop on Broadway, Fargo, N.D.

    • Business & Industry;
    • An interior view of a coffee shop on Broadway. On the right is a counter with stools, there are two men customers sitting at the end, and two waitresses standing behind the counter. There is a display case in the front with cigars and postage...
    • The Beanery, Soo Cafe, Enderlin, N.D.

    • Business & Industry;
    • A front and side view of a brick building, "The Beanery," or Soo Cafe, in Enderlin, North Dakota. Smoke is coming out of the chimney and a sign that reads "Lunch" hangs out side. Three men stand outside of the building. Two grain elevators and a...
    • 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....
    • Charity Fries interview

    • Education; Transportation; People;
    • An interview with Charity Fries of Buffalo Springs, North Dakota for the KPOK Radio-Thon to raise money for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. The interview includes information about the history of Buffalo Springs as Fries remembers it, her...
    • Joe and Helen DeBode interview

    • City & Town Life; Business & Industry; People; Social Life & Customs;
    • An interview with Joe and Helen DeBode for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Joe ran the bakery in Bowman, and after that he and his wife ran a restaurant and the Clara Lincoln Hotel. Joe and Helen talk about how...

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