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  • All fields: stores
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    • Business & Industry; People; Work Life;
    • An interior view of Pederson & Pederson department store with various canned and dried goods for sale. Two customers stand at the counter and three men stand behind it. Items for sale include, sugar, bananas, Del Monte Catsup, Butterfinger candy...
    • 193-
    • City & Town Life; Business & Industry
    • This photograph shows the Bergstrom and Crowe Furniture Company in Fargo, N.D. The building has the words “LORETTA” in the brick at the top. The signs read “Furniture Co.,”at left, “Bergstrom & Crowe Furniture Co.,”at center, “The Broadway Market...
    • between 1924 and 1932
    • Business & Industry;
    • An interior view of the L.O. Burkum Store in Manfred, N.D. In the center are counters with merchandise such as pants. On the front table is a box that says, "We Sell Phoenix brand Shirts, Pants, Duck Coats and Overalls." There is a furnace and a...
    • between 1905-1916
    • 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...
    • 191-
    • People; Business & Industry;
    • This photograph features the O. C. Hustad Jewelry store. It is a wooden structure with large display windows. A man stands in the doorway at center and an electrical pole can be seen at left. The sign on the front of the store reads “O. C....
    • 1909-09-13
    • Rural views; Pioneer Era;
    • View looking at the roads and buidlings of Walhalla, N.D. There are many stores, buidlings and homes, and there is a grain elevator at the end of the center road. A sign says EPTON MEAT MARKET, and Joseph Kitchin's photography studio is next to...
    • between 1898-1900
    • Business & Industry; People;
    • A view of two men standing in front of a furniture store in the 1880s. The building is two floors, made out of brick, with large plate glass windows in the front. Three rocking chairs and a baby carriage are on display outside of the building.
    • 188-
    • Business & Industry;
    • Interior view of the Oriska, North Dakota, general store. There is a woman standing in the center wearing a hat and coat. There are tables with clothing goods on them down the center. Along the walls on the right are shelves with boxes and...
    • 192-?
    • 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...
    • circa 1912
    • City & Town Life; Business & Industry
    • Four businesses are shown here. All are constructed from brick and the two center buildings have awnings. The signs read “DIETZ & MURRAY GROCERIES”; “DENTIST”; “DIETZ & MURRAY RICHELIEU BRAND PURE FOODS”; “BOSTON STORE”; “PAINS AND OILS. ...
    • between 1915 and 1929?
    • Work Life; Business & Industry; People;
    • Interior view of the Westergaard Hardware store with two men in suits standing by a center aisle of goods. On the left is a rack of bicycles. There are stacks and shelves of paint cans on the right and left. On the right are counters, shelves,...
    • between 1880-1899
    • Business & Industry; City & Town Life;
    • View of the front and side of the three storey brick building with awnings which was the original M. G. Straus clothing store. The Kindred Hotel is also in the building. The two story building at the end looking down the street on the right has a...
    • no earlier than 1908
    • Colleges and universities; Entertainment;
    • A program for the Bismarck Junior College theater production of the musical comedy "West is the Land," in Bismarck, North Dakota. The program contains date and times for the performance, a list and short of biography of the cast, names of the...
    • 1953-04-27
    • People; Pioneer Era; Transportation; Business & Industry
    • This photograph features eight men posing near the Baldwin Grocery wagon. Two horses with blankets over them pull the wagon. Behind them, a store and another building is visible.
    • between 1885 and 1905?
    • Business & Industry; People;
    • An interview with Ken Schmit for the KPOK Bowman RadioThon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Ken owned the Bowman Variety Store which was going out of business the day of the interview. Ken talks about the history of the store and the...
    • 2004-11-20
    • Business & Industry; People; City & Town Life; Social Life & Customs;
    • An interview with Joe Whalen for the KPOK Bowman Radio-Thon for the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum. Joe talks about the grocery store he ran with his brothers, moonshining and blind pigs, or speakeasies, during the Prohibition era, the Johnson...
    • 1994
    • Business & Industry; City & Town Life; Transportation;
    • A view of 3rd Avenue in Enderlin, North Dakota with trees and business on either side of the street and cars visible in the street. Also visible is the Bjork & Standal Hardware store and service station. Signs are visible for Mobileoils and Red...
    • 191-
    • Maps, stamps and seals;
    • Map of Barnes County, N.D. with map key, list of companies advertising, township populations, and publishers along the sides. Townships are labeled, roads, rivers, lakes, cemeteries, railroads, school houses, churches, telephone lines, and rural...
    • 1904
    • City & Town Life; Business & Industry
    • This photograph features the interior of a hardware store. Many products such as paint, pails and lanterns were for sale. The store is filled with many items for sale. Notice the long glass cases on either side of the store.
    • 1912
    • Business & Industry;
    • An interior view of a dry goods store. In the foreground are counters and display cases. There are three women and three men standing in the photograph. Two of the men look like patrons while the others look like employees. There are lace...
    • 1903
    • Business & Industry; Work Life;
    • Interior view of store that sells food. There is a man standing behind a counter with a cash register and scales to measure weight. The back wall is full of shelves and drawers that contain canned goods stacked in pyramids, and goods in small...
    • between 1905-1910
    • Business & Industry; People; Entertainment;
    • A group of men gathered in front of the Opera House in Valley City, North Dakota. The Opera House is a large, three-story brick building with a small balcony on the second floor. Other stores and shops are visible on either side of the Opera...
    • after 1882
    • City & Town Life; Rural views;
    • A view from the top of a grain elevator looking out over Manfred, N.D. On the far left is another grain elevator and a main street with a horse and carriage on the road. There are many buildings including houses, a church, and stores. Most of...
    • 191-?
    • Colleges and universities; Bands, clubs and societies; Social Life & Customs;
    • The Bismarck Junior College Bagpipe Band performs in a parade on 6th Street in Bismarck. Members are dressed in traditional Scottish dress and are playing bagpipes and drums. Along the street stores are visible, including the "Shriner's Cafe,"...
    • 195-
    • Business & Industry;
    • This advertisement displays the prices and dates for a large sale on groceries at the A. J. Heal Store. It also has small images of food and bright colors to draw in the audience.
    • between 1929 and 1933?
    • 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...
    • circa 1912
    • Business & Industry; People;
    • Seven men stand in front of the O.N. Rushfelt Harness Shop in Valley City, North Dakota. The building is a one-story, wooden building with plate glass windows. A sign that reads "Harness Shop" is visible. Trunks, saddles, barrels, and other...
    • 188-
    • Rural views; Aerials;
    • View looking down on five main buidlings, some with outbuidlings, in Daily, N.D. There are a few homes, barns and sheds. There are fields of hay cut, and in the distance more land and groves of trees.
    • between 1915-1920
    • People; City & Town Life; Women; Transportation;
    • This photograph features Beulah German Day in Beulah, N.D. An unpaved street running through two rows of wooden business buildings can be seen at center. The unpaved street is filled with participants of the event. The participants pose for this...
    • 1916-06-01
    • Work Life; Business & Industry;
    • Interior view of the Carl Bonde Harness Shop in Valley City, N.D. A man sits on a stool on the left working at a table. There are more tools and equipment along the back wall. On the right are drawers, shelves with boxes, and three large metal...
    • 190-?
    • People; City & Town Life;
    • Four men stand in front of a livery and feed store belonging to Robert F. Jager. Five horses are positioned close to the men. To the right two wagons can be seen and two buildings in the background. Behind the men is the livery and feed store,...
    • 1902?
    • Business & Industry; Work Life;
    • Interior view of a fabric and clothing store. There is a male employee behind a counter cutting a piece of fabric. Display cases hold bowties and ribbons. A piece of fabric handing off the counter says, "All for The Leaders in Hats, LANPHER,...
    • between 1898-1910
    • City & Town Life; People;
    • This photograph features the Red Trail Store in Medora, N.D. It is a wooden building with two windows and a door visible to the viewer. Another small wooden building is pictured at right. The signs read "RED TRAIL STORE"
      "RED CROW GASOLINE...
    • 1926-07-16
    • Rural views;
    • View looking out over Litchville, N.D. looking East. On the left are a few small homes, one with laundry out on a line. In the distance on the right are three grain elevators. There are more homes, stores and buildings in the center and in the...
    • 1902
    • City & Town Life; Business & Industry;
    • A view of the unpaved Main Street in Hastings, North Dakota. Wagons and cars gather in front of shops that line the sides of the streets. Utility poles and sidewalks are visible.
    • 191-

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