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Solomon S. Schimke and his Tel-A-Larm invention, Bowdon, N.D.
Men; Fire alarms; Inventions; Fire stations; Interiors; Inventors;
Solomon Schimke standing next to his Tel-A-Larm invention at the Bowdon community fire department.
Fred W. Rose with pipe in mouth, Cooperstown, N.D.
Retirements; Older people; Men; Pipes (Smoking); Logos;
Dr. Fred W. Rose standing in a suit and necktie against a chalk board with a pipe in his mouth. The pipe has a medical logo and the letters D.D.S. engraved on it.
A. C. (Fred) Olsen, editor-publisher, New Rockford Transcript
Men; Newspaper editors; Newspapers; Typewriters; Typewriting; Newsrooms; Interiors;
Image of a man sitting at a typewriter in an office. The man is wearing a visor. Behind him is a desk with books, and a fan on it. On the wall is hanging a photograph and calendar.
Acidizing tank truck parked at Amerada Corporation's Joseph Rice 1 oil well, near Tioga, N.D.
Petroleum workers; Petroleum industry; Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Trucks; Tankers;
Two tanker trucks parked by an oil well structure. There is a laborer crouched on the top of one of the trucks working with a hose.
Irrigation ditch, Fort Clark Irrigation Project, Deapolis, N.D.
Irrigation; Irrigation canals & flumes; Water; Men; Alfalfa;
View looking out across the Missouri River flats. There is a man standing by an irrigation canal with water flowing through it. The man appears to be holding a shovel.
Planting barley with horse drawn drill, Julius Wilson farm, Kragnes, Minn.
Croplands; Evergreens; Drills (Equipment); Horses;
Celebration at No. 1 Clarence Iverson oil well site, Beaver Lodge Field, Tioga, N.D.
Petroleum industry; Oil wells; Storage tanks; Tables; Benches; Celebrations; Crowds;
Crowd of people standing around celebration site at No. 1 Clarence Iverson oil well. The well site is visible in the background with oil storage tanks.
Aerial of Great Northern Railroad derailment, Fero, N.D.
Railroad accidents; Railroad cars; Railroad passenger cars; Railroad rails; Aerial photographs; Aerial views;
Aerial looking down on a railroad line with seven cars off the tracks. Numerous people can be seen on the left side of the image. There is a road that runs parallel to the tracks with several automobiles...
Churned railroad bed after train derailment, Fero, N.D.
Railroad accidents; Railroad cars; Railroad passenger cars; Laborers; Railroad rails;
View looking down a torn-up railroad bed, with five laborers standing on it. Several derailed railroad cars are off the track to the left.
Converted A-26 bomber called the Bombshell, flown by Bill Odom on his round the world flight, at Hector Airport, Fargo, N.D.
Airplanes; Flights around the world; Airports; Mechanics (Persons);
Four men standing in front of a converted A-26 bomber aircraft sitting on the tarmac at Hector Airport. All four men are facing the airplane and are likely airport service workers. Lettering visible on...
Sugar beets on conveyor belt, American Crystal Sugar, Moorhead, Minn.
Sugar; Beets; Sugar industry; Interiors; Laborers; Conveying systems; Industrial facilities; Sugar industry;
A sugar beet plant worker standing beside a conveyor belt with sugar beets moving on it.
Aerial of the Crystal Sugar Beet Plant looking west, Moorhead, Minn.
Sugar; Beets; Sugar industry; Railroad tracks; Industrial facilities; Aerial photographs;
Aerial view looking west over the Crystal Sugar Plant in Moorhead, Minn. The settling ponds are in the foreground, followed by railroad tracks, sugar beet piles, and the plant. In the distance north Fargo...
Old gymnasium in Dill Hall, Fargo College, Fargo, N.D.
Gymnasiums; Interiors; Basketball; Sports & recreation facilities; Abandoned buildings;
Interior view of gymnasium. The backboard of a basketball hoop is hanging from a beam at the ceiling. There are no people visible in the image.
Dill Hall, Fargo College with windows boarded up, Fargo, N.D.
Abandoned buildings; Buildings; Universities & colleges;
Front edifice of two and a half story brick building with windows boarded up. 'Dill Hall' surrounded by laurel wreaths carved into the buildings nameplate located just below the building's cornice.
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