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1. Red River during drought, Fargo, N.D. and Moorhead, Minn. Red River during drought, Fargo, N.D. and Moorhead, Minn. Droughts; Rivers; Truss bridges; Refuse; Water towers; On Red River bank looking north towards north bridge, also showing the J.I. Case building (with water tower on roof) and Fargo Mill Co. with smokestack. White smoke drifting from Fargo side across river...

2. View of Red River of the North, Fargo, N.D. and Moorhead, Minn. View of Red River of the North, Fargo, N.D. and Moorhead, Minn. Rivers; Waterfronts; Truss bridges; Water towers; Mills; Looking north up the Red River from Moorhead side of river. In distance is a bridge. The river water level reaches to river banks. To left in distance are buildings on Fargo side including J.I. Case with...

3. View from Moorhead bank of the river, old North bridge and street car bridge in distance View from Moorhead bank of the river, old North bridge and street car bridge in distance Floods; Rivers; Truss bridges; Railroad bridges; Smokestacks; Mills; View of the Red River taken from the Moorhead, Minn. side looking north, with Fargo, N.D. in the background. Visible is the J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co. and the Fargo Mill Co. with dark smoking emitting...

4. Red River bridge weighed down with railroad cars during the 1897 flood, Fargo, N.D. Red River bridge weighed down with railroad cars during the 1897 flood, Fargo, N.D. Railroad bridges; Railroads; Rivers; Floods; Bridges; This image is taken from Moorhead looking southwest across the flooded Red River, showing two bridges. One of them is the Northern Pacific railroad bridge with railroad cars on it. Threshing machines are...

5. View of Fargo taken from the Fargo flour mill View of Fargo taken from the Fargo flour mill Floods; Bird's-eye views; Warehouses; Lumberyards; Business districts; Hotels; Elevated view looking from the Flour Roller Mill in the 100 block of N.P. Avenue looking southwest during flood. Visible in the foreground is the J. I. Case Threshing Machine Company warehouse, and Pacific...

6. Old South bridge looking toward Front street in Fargo, N.D. Old South bridge looking toward Front street in Fargo, N.D. Truss bridges; Floods; Rivers; Spectators; View looking west from Moorhead, Minn. across the flooded Red River toward Fargo, N.D. Visible at right is the Front Street (Main Avenue) bridge, a iron truss bridge. Spectators are standing on the bridge....

7. Red River as seen from the N.P.RR. Red River as seen from the N.P.RR. Rivers; Waterfronts; Barges; Steamboats; Dredging; Bridges; Grain elevators; View from the Moorhead side of the Red River at Center Ave., looking north up the river showing a dredge, barges, a steamboat and elevators in the distance. A vehicle bridge is visible in the foreground....

8. Portion of Northern Pacific bridge and old South bridge Portion of Northern Pacific bridge and old South bridge Droughts; Bridges; Railroad bridges; Rivers; Looking south on bank of Red River, just north of the Northern Pacific railroad bridge, showing the extreme low water level. Front Street (Main Avenue) bridge in the background.

9. Fire June 7, 1893 Fargo, N.D. Looking southwest from 3rd Avenue and Broadway. Fire June 7, 1893 Fargo, N.D. Looking southwest from 3rd Avenue and Broadway. Commercial facilities; Banks; Hotels; Ruins; Fires; Carts & wagons; View looking southwest from 3rd Avenue N., just east of Broadway. Visible are the ruins of three building from left to right, the Keeney Block, National Bank of North Dakota building, and the Columbia...
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