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1. Hand-fed thresher owned by Henry Disrud, St. John, N.D., one of the first in N.D. Hand-fed thresher owned by Henry Disrud, St. John, N.D., one of the first in N.D. Threshing machines; Demonstrations; Historical reenactments; Harvesting machinery; Harvesting; Seven people gathered around threshing machine with two men feeding cut grain into machine. Belt extends from machine, likely to tractor. Man standing on top of large stack of hay behind threshing machine....

2. Closure of Garrison Dam, June 11, 1953 Closure of Garrison Dam, June 11, 1953 Crowds; Dedications; Dams; Taken behind large crowd of people seated and standing on sloping land towards likely speakers platform. Several buildlings visible in far distance and river banks beyond.

3. Girls operating butter cutting & wrapping machine at Mandan Creamery & Produce Assn., Mandan, N.D. Girls operating butter cutting & wrapping machine at Mandan Creamery & Produce Assn., Mandan, N.D. Dairy products industry; Dairy products; Butter; Women; Laborers; Interiors; Industrial facilities; Three women, wearing white hats, standing behind machinery used to wrap and box butter.

4. Hettinger Cowboy Band at Medora golden jubilee, June 15, 1952 Hettinger Cowboy Band at Medora golden jubilee, June 15, 1952 Bands; Musical instruments; Music; Celebrations; Group of band members standing in circle in street playing musical instruments. They are wearing cowboy hats, white pants and western-style dark vest. In background are trees.

5. Doris Honsey, St. John, N.D. standing by bush of Prairie Roses in Int. Peace Garden. Doris Honsey, St. John, N.D. standing by bush of Prairie Roses in Int. Peace Garden. Flowers; Women; Roses; Young woman standing behind bushes of prairie roses in bloom. She has a single blossom in her hair. In background are shrubs.

6. Minot Country Club, outside view of main building Minot Country Club, outside view of main building Country clubs; Flags; Flagpoles; One-story Colonial style structure with green roof and large portico over entrance. United States flag flying on pole with people standing nearby.

7. American State Bank, Minot, N.D. American State Bank, Minot, N.D. Banks; Interiors; Business & finance; Employees; Lighting; Lobbies; Interior of bank lobby with people at teller windows on two sides, with customer standing a one teller station. Flourencent lights hang from ceiling.

8. Women playing horseshoe, Fargo, N.D. Women playing horseshoe, Fargo, N.D. Horseshoe pitching; Sports & recreation facilities; Sports; Athletic clubs; Sports spectators; Parks; Women; Four women standing in a row pitching horseshoes. Spectators visible behind them next to a picnic table. Exact date and location unknown, but likely taken in Oak Grove Park in Fargo, N.D. Based on other...

9. Men playing horseshoe, Fargo, N.D. Men playing horseshoe, Fargo, N.D. Horseshoe pitching; Sports & recreation facilities; Sports; Athletic clubs; Sports spectators; Parks; Six men standing in a row pitching horseshoes. Spectators visible standing behind a fence with the words "Fargo Horseshoe Club" painted on it. Exact date and location unknown, but likely taken in Oak Grove...

10. Geographic Center of North America at Rugby Geographic Center of North America at Rugby Monuments; Obelisks; Women; Geography; Three women standing at the base of the Geographic Center of North America monument, a field stone obelisk. Engraved on the monument is "Geographical Center of North America Rugby, N.D.".

11. Ripe corn field near Wahpeton Ripe corn field near Wahpeton Corn; Farmers; Croplands; Farmer standing in a corn field holding two ears of corn in his right hand, and picking another ear with his left.

12. Hand-fed thresher owned by Henry Disrud, St. John, N.D., one of the first in N.D. Hand-fed thresher owned by Henry Disrud, St. John, N.D., one of the first in N.D. Threshing machines; Demonstrations; Harvesting; Harvesting machinery; Historical reenactments; Six people gathered around threshing machine with two men feeding cut grain into machine. Belt extends from machine, likely to tractor. Man standing on top of stack of hay behind threshing machine.
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