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1. Remains of bank after 1895 fire in Neche, N.D. Remains of bank after 1895 fire in Neche, N.D. Pioneer Era; Business & Industry; Rural views; View of the bank after it had burned down in the 1895 fire in Neche, N.D. There is a lot of rubble and debris, and a few bits of wall still stand. There are other buildings and roofs in the distance. One...

2. Otter Tail Power Company plant under construction, Washburn, N.D. Otter Tail Power Company plant under construction, Washburn, N.D. People; Business & Industry This photograph features the construction of the Otter Tail Power Company plant. The building itself is at center, where a man pulling a wheelbarrow is visible. To the right rubble can be seen in the background....

3. Unidentified train wreck, McLean County, N.D. Unidentified train wreck, McLean County, N.D. Transportation; This is a photograph of a wreck of some sort. To the right and left piles of rubble can be viewed near the rail road tracks. In the center of the photograph, what appears to be a locomotive is de-railed....

4. Unidentified train wreck, McLean County, N.D. Unidentified train wreck, McLean County, N.D. Transportation; To the right, the track and be viewed with piles of rubble on either side. On the left side there are destroyed structures.

5. Coal miners, Washburn, N.D. Coal miners, Washburn, N.D. People; Mining; Mine workers stand near the entrance to the mine. Behind the workers a building can be viewed at left. At right, rubble above the opening to the mine is visable. A small rail car is situated near the men....

6. First National Bank of Lidgerwood wrecked by fire, Lidgerwood, N.D. First National Bank of Lidgerwood wrecked by fire, Lidgerwood, N.D. Business & Industry; This photograph shows debris from the First National Bank of Lidgerwood after a fire. The bank, at left, is almost entirely destroyed and piles of rubble can be seen at right. Notice the crumbling walls,...

7. Burning the remains of the Hensel Elevator, Hensel, N.D. Burning the remains of the Hensel Elevator, Hensel, N.D. Weather; Business & Industry This photograph shows the rubble from the Hensel Elevator on fire. Large flames are visible at center, and smoke billows off to the right. Notice the snow, indicating the season.

8. Remains of Hensel Elevator, Hensel, N.D. Remains of Hensel Elevator, Hensel, N.D. Agriculture; Business & Industry This photograph shows the pile of rubble left over after the Hensel Elevator was torn down. Most of the material in the pile is wood. Below, the railway is visible.

9. Tearing down the Hensel Elevator, Hensel, N.D. Tearing down the Hensel Elevator, Hensel, N.D. Agriculture; Business & Industry This photograph shows the Hensel Elevator being torn down. Part of the structure is missing and much rubble covers the area below. The railway is visible. Notice the snow and the automobile in the background....

10. Fire in Bisbee, N.D. Fire in Bisbee, N.D. Smoke billows from the center of this photograph. Piles of rubble are present. In the background two buildings and electrical poles can be seen.

11. Ruins of the June 7, 1893 Fargo fire, Fargo, N.D. Ruins of the June 7, 1893 Fargo fire, Fargo, N.D. City & Town Life; Pioneer Era; An image showing the ruins after the June 7, 1893 fire in Fargo. Silhouettes of a few walls of buildings stand in the distance. Most of the landscape is rubble, ruins and debris. There are a line of utility...
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