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Between 1890 and 1920?
Degraff, William H.
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General Store of Elmer Wetherbee, Fairmount, N.D.
People; Business & Industry
This photograph shows the general store of Elmer Wetherbee in Fairmount, N.D. It is a two story wooden building. Large display windows can be seen on the front of the building. Three men and a child stand...
View of Pisek, N.D.
People; City & Town Life;
This photographic postcard features a view of the train station of Pisek, N.D. One man stands and the other sits on the platform. At right the train station is visible. Notice that the word “Pisek”...
Elmer E. Barry family portrait
People; Portraits; Women
Interior view of the Elmer E. Barry family. Elmer Elsworth Barry sits on the right wearing a suit, while his daughter Margaret Bernice Barry (Cummings) stands by his knee. His daughter Frances Elizabeth...
Glance the mule and Elmer Bates, Mercer County, N.D.
This photograph features Elmer Bates with Glance the mule. Behind them a fence, electric lines, a building, and hills are visible.
Gimmy Gang, Cavalier, N.D.
A group studio portrait of eleven young men most wearing button up shirts and ties. They all have either a pipe or cigarettes are are smoking. They are relaxed and leaning or hanging around each other,...
National Guard of Washburn, N.D.
Photograph of the National Guard of Washburn, N.D. The men are dressed in military uniforms. The first row of men kneel down while the second row stands. In the background buildings of Washburn can be...
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...
Valley City Moose Lodge, Valley City, N.D.
People; Social Life & Customs; Bands, clubs and societies;
Members of the Valley City Moose Lodge pose for a photograph. The men are all wearing light-colored pants and shirts and the same type of hat. They are standing on the street in front of a building in...
Horse and buggy in Walsh County, N.D.
This photograph features a man sitting in a buggy. Two horses are also in sight. The buggy appears to be in a field.
Rural scene, Walsh County, N.D.
In this photograph teams of horses pulling binders for harvesting grain can be seen. The photograph was taken from within the uncut field. In the background a two story wooden house is visible.
Plowing in Walsh County, N.D.
This photograph features a steam powered tractor pulling a plow in the field. One man drives the tractor while the other appears to be working the plow. Notice the tractor lacks a chair for the driver....
Steam powered tractor in rural Walsh County, N.D.
This photograph features a steam powered tractor and men posing near it. At right two horses can be seen. Notice the flat land in the background.
Men with steam tractor, rural Walsh County, N.D.
Agriculture; People; Pioneer Era;
This photograph features a steam powered tractor and three men posing on it. The tractor has an implement hitched to it. In the background, a wagon (possibly with gasoline in it) can be seen.
Farming scene, Walsh County, N.D.
Displayed here is a harvesting operation. Horses are seen pulling different implements for cutting and hauling grain. Several workers pose for this picture.
E. E. Barry Blacksmith Shop, Pembina, N.D.
People; Work Life
The Barry Blacksmith Shop of Pembina is seen here. It is a wooden building with a large door. Three young men stand in the doorway and the sign reads “E. E. Barry Blacksmith Shop.”
Olive Bogue Bettschen and students, Arthur School, N.D.
Teacher Olive Bogue Bettschen and twenty six students standing on the front steps of the Arthur, N.D. school in 1902.
Pegg Garage from 1909-1940, Valley City, N.D.
Photomontage of an image of Pegg Garage with people who worked for Pegg Garage around it. Each portrait has the person's last name and a year underneath it. There are thirty four men and one woman.
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