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1. Old and new First National Bank of Fargo buildings, corner of Broadway and Front St., southwest corner Old and new First National Bank of Fargo buildings, corner of Broadway and Front St., southwest corner of intersection, 1878 Banks; Post offices; Wooden buildings; False fronts; Government facilities; Southwest view of front and east side of First National Bank building with earlier bank, of wood construction, beside it to west. Next building is wooden U.S. Post Office.

2. Northern Pacific Railroad snowplow locomotive covered with snow and ice
 Northern Pacific Railroad snowplow locomotive covered with snow and ice Railroad locomotives; Railroad snowplow locomotives; Railroad employees; Snow; Winter; Northern Pacific Railroad snowplow locomotive covered with snow and ice. Cab windows and lights have been boarded up to prevent breakage from flying snow and ice. There are men standing on train and on...

3. Portrait of unidentified woman, Fargo, D.T. Portrait of unidentified woman, Fargo, D.T. Portrait photographs; Studio props; Women; Studio portrait of a woman in a dress, standing beside a small table holding onto a photograph album. In the background is an easel with a painting on it.

4. Harvesting wheat on Oliver Dalrymple's Cass farm, Dakota Territory Harvesting wheat on Oliver Dalrymple's Cass farm, Dakota Territory Wheat; Agricultural laborers; Sheaves; Agricultural machinery & implements; View looking out across wheat field during harvesting, showing numerous laborers in the files surrounded by sheaves of wheat. In the background is large number of horse-drawn agricultural machines.

5. Graders at work in Bad Lands Graders at work in Bad Lands Railroad construction & maintenance; Railroad construction workers; Horses; Laborers; Graders (Earthmoving machinery); Several teams of graders moving earth; three-horse teams pulling grader that is controlled by man walking behind it; a new cut as well as a valley filling operation visible in background.

6. Broadway business district, Fargo, D.T. Broadway business district, Fargo, D.T. Streets; Business districts; Commercial facilities; Stoves; Awnings; Shoe stores; Wooden sidewalks; Carts & wagons; Signs (Notices); Horse teams; Stereograph view of a Broadway street scene looking at the east side of the 100 block. There is a wooden sidewalk in front of the buildings, with men standing on it. On the sidewalk in front of one business...

7. Stephens & Sears Livery stable, Fargo, D.T. Stephens & Sears Livery stable, Fargo, D.T. Commercial facilities; Stables; Stagecoaches; Horses; Bay windows; Photo showing Stephens and Sears livery barn. The building is a two-story brick structure with two bay windows on the second floor. A stagecoach with "Fargo Omnibus Line" printed on it is parked in front...

8. Northern Pacific Railroad Co. freight house along Front St., Fargo, N.D.
 Northern Pacific Railroad Co. freight house along Front St., Fargo, N.D. Railroad facilities; Warehouses; Carts & wagons; Horses; View looking northwest on Main Ave. (Front St.) between 9th and 12th Streets at the Northern Pacific Railroad Company freight house. It is a one-story brick structure. Railroad cars on back side and three...

9. Fargo school and pupils, 1878 Fargo school and pupils, 1878 School children; Schools; Teachers; Bells; One-room schools; A wood frame school house with twenty-nine children sitting in front of it. A female teacher appears in the doorway of the school. There is a bell rising from the roof.
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