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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.
Abercrombie in 1884
Grocery stores; Hotels; Business districts; Wooden buildings; False fronts;
Early view of line of businesses, most two-story wood-frame buildings with false-fronts. Visible signs include for hotel and groceries. In foreground is grass.
Street scene - Northwood - No. Dak.
Streets; Street lights; Automobile service stations; Grain elevators; Business districts; Automobiles;
View looking down Main Street in Northwood, with gas stations on both sides of the street. At the end of the street in the distance is visible a grain elevator. There are several cars visible parked in...
Main Street S., Northwood, N.D.
Business districts; Hotels; Windmills; Streets; Streets; Street railroads; Humorous pictures;
View looking south down main business street of Northwood. On extreme right is the Lincoln Hotel, and on left is a windmill. A street railroad car is superimposed into the scene.
Thompson Motor Sales, Northwood, N.Dak.
Automobile dealerships; Automobiles;
Seven Chevrolet automobiles lined up in front of dealership building in Northwood. "Carlson Block 1922" on the buildings nameplate.
Senator Milton R. Young and General George Power with honor guard in Italy
Legislators; Military parades & ceremonies; Military uniforms;
Senator Milton Young and General Power walking between honor guard of American soldiers on left and Italian soldiers on right.
Jolly bunch of cooks, 1st N.D. Inf., Mercedes, Tex.
Military cookery; Military personnel; Cooks; Humorous pictures; Aprons; Barracks;
Group of men on road in front of barracks. Men in front are forming a human pyramid, while others stand around them. Many wearing white aprons and camps. Penciled 'x' on the center man with no shirt.
Gov. Norman Burnsdale sigining March of Dimes legislation.
Poliomyelitis; Governors; Banners; Desks; Document signings; Interiors;
Gov. Brunsdale sitting at his desk signing a document, as three women and two men look on. Directly behind the Governor is a banner that states, "JOIN THE MARCH OF DIMES, FIGHT INFANTILE PARALYSIS". The...
Oil drilling rig in the Badlands
Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry;
Elevated view of oil drilling rig with buildings and trailers nearby. In background are the Badlands.
Two women in a canoe in a residential neighborhood, Fargo, N.D.
Canoes; Boats; Women; Floods; Neighborhoods; Houses; Clothing & dress;
Two women in warm coats seated in canoe. One woman holding the oars that are in the water. Flood waters inundating residential area, with foundation of house at 916 1st Ave. S. in water as well as other...
Keeley Institute sign during flood of 1897, Fargo, N.D.
Signs (Notices); Canoes; Floods; Trees;
Two men in a canoe under a sign that states "The Keeley Institute." Wooded area in the background.
A. Thomaier tailor shop during 1897 flood, Fargo, N.D.
Tailor shops; Advertisements; Floods; Commercial facilities;
Two story brick building with large advertisement for "Battle Ax" and " A. Thomaier, Merchant Tailor" painted on the side. The building is completely surrounded by flood water. A building visible at the...
Red River during 1897 flood
Floods; Rivers; Fences; Trees;
View of Red River of the North during a high level of water. There is a fence partially submerged on the far river bank.
Portrait photographs; Men; Young adults;
Formal portrait of unidentified young man. Perhaps Harry R. Arneson, Sr. or a Arneson family member.
Main Avenue in West Fargo, N.D. at night
Street lights; Night; Streets; Electric signs;
Looking west on Main Avenue and south frontage road in West Fargo, N.D. Likely new street lighting is the focus of the images. Businesses visible on south side of frontage road including McDonald's Roundup...
Clearing snow off street on Broadway, Fargo, N.D.
Snow; Snow removal; Winter; Laborers; Flags; Street railroads; Automobile industry; Streets;
Looking south on Broadway from the 500 block, with men with shovels clearing the street for the streetcars. A truck and streetcar in distance near railroad tracks. Front of Ford Motor Company plant visible...
Trainmen's group meeting
Laborers; Men; Street railroad employees; Interiors; Uniforms;
Twenty-two men in group portrait inside office. Many wearing uniform coat and hat or suit and tie. On side wall is a poster related to working safely, reading, "In a cigaret it's taste, in your life it's...
Threshing outfit off road near Walhalla, N.D.
Threshing machines; Steam engines; Mud;
Steam engine pulling threshing machine that has slid off muddy road and into trees alongside road. Man standing by rear of threshing machine. Water visible on road and dense trees and bushes on either...
N.P. Avenue, Fargo, N.D.
Business districts; Commercial facilities; Pedestrians; Automobiles; Traffic signs & signals; Banks; Motion picture theaters; Hotels; Drugstores; Commercial streets;
View looking east on N.P. Avenue from the intersection with Broadway in Fargo, N.D. Three women are visible crossing the street in the foreground. In the background is a number of automobiles and a traffic...
Andy and Mandus Hultstrand plowing with the Pioneer tractor : Fairdale, North Dakota, July 10, 1912.
Tractors; Plows; Plowing;
A Pioneer tractor with an 8-bottom plow plowing a stubble field. Large pieces of wood are attached to the rims of the wheels, perhaps used to attach additional outer wheels. One man is driving the tractor...
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