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1. House at 1337 Broadway, Fargo, N.D. House at 1337 Broadway, Fargo, N.D. Gambrel roofs; Houses; Sanatoriums; Two and a half story Dutch Colonial revival style house with a Gambrel roof, and three dormer windows in the attic level. The house also has a

2. Salvation Army Store, 69-71 4th Street N., Fargo, N.D. Salvation Army Store, 69-71 4th Street N., Fargo, N.D. Thrift shops; Secondhand sales; Traffic signs & signals; Automobiles; Commercial facilities; Business districts; Commercial streets; Two story brick building with Salvation Army sign hanging from the front. View is taken looking southeast from the intersection of 1st Avenue N. and 4th Street N. Several automobiles are visible on both...

3. Sod house built in 1884 on homestead site of Ole I. Gjevre : Osnabrock Township, Cavalier County, Dakota Sod house built in 1884 on homestead site of Ole I. Gjevre : Osnabrock Township, Cavalier County, Dakota Territory. Sod buildings; Dogs; Families; Baby carriages; Plants; Cats; Likely several families outside a sod house which appears to have lumber enclosing the sod walls. Visible is a stovepipe and a wooden addition. Plants are growing on the sod roof. Two men are seated, and...

4. Sod house built in 1884 on homestead site of Ole I. Gjevre : Osnabrock Township, Cavalier County, Dakota Sod house built in 1884 on homestead site of Ole I. Gjevre : Osnabrock Township, Cavalier County, Dakota Territory. Sod buildings; Dogs; Families; Baby carriages; Plants; Cats; Likely several families outside a sod house which appears to have lumber enclosing the sod walls. Visible is a stovepipe and a wooden addition. Plants are growing on the sod roof. Two men are seated, and...

5. Harmony in the home, in more ways than one : Mrs. Ole I. Gjevre, Ole I. Gjevre, Mrs. Lars Erickson, Fairdale, Harmony in the home, in more ways than one : Mrs. Ole I. Gjevre, Ole I. Gjevre, Mrs. Lars Erickson, Fairdale, North Dakota. Domestic life; Quilts; Quilting; Sewing machines; Sewing; Interiors; Guitars; Women; Two women are seated with quilts on their laps, a sewing machine with a metal foot pedal between them, and a man standing behind them holding a guitar. From left to right they are Marie Gjevre, Ole I....

6. Harmony in the home, in more ways than one : Mrs. Ole I. Gjevre, Ole I. Gjevre, Mrs. Lars Erickson, Fairdale, Harmony in the home, in more ways than one : Mrs. Ole I. Gjevre, Ole I. Gjevre, Mrs. Lars Erickson, Fairdale, North Dakota. Domestic life; Quilts; Quilting; Sewing machines; Sewing; Interiors; Guitars; Women; Two women are seated with quilts on their laps, a sewing machine with a metal foot pedal between them, and a man standing behind them holding a guitar. From left to right they are Marie Gjevre, Ole I....

7. Building for the future Building for the future Children; Baby carriages; Trees; Families; Men; Three girls and a man around a baby carriage with a small child seated in it. Behind them are newly planted trees, likely taken on a farm.

8. Building for the future Building for the future Children; Baby carriages; Trees; Families; Men; Three girls and a man around a baby carriage with a small child seated in it. Behind them are newly planted trees, likely taken on a farm.

9. Barn-warming party at the Joe Pazandak farm

 Barn-warming party at the Joe Pazandak farm Eating & drinking; Food; Interiors; Barns; Long table with people seated on both sides, full of food and dishes. Taken possibly in farm building.

10. Let's go for a spin: Eva, Hazel, Nettie, Rose, Ida, Clarence Baker, Osnabrock, North Dakota Let's go for a spin: Eva, Hazel, Nettie, Rose, Ida, Clarence Baker, Osnabrock, North Dakota Automobiles; Automobile travel; Young adults; Women; Children; Families; Five young women seated in automobile with scarves over their hair. Brother Clarence on the fender.

11. Horse-drawn grain wagons at the Fullerton elevator Horse-drawn grain wagons at the Fullerton elevator Carts & wagons; Grain elevators; Grain industry; Horses; Four horse-drawn grain wagons and part of another going up road into elevator to empty grain from wagons. View from back of wagons. Two men standing on entry ramp into elevator.

12. John D. Soper family, Soper Post Office, North Dakota John D. Soper family, Soper Post Office, North Dakota Families; Portrait photographs; Family portrait of Mr. and Mrs. Soper surrounded by seven children. Identification of children not given, likely circa 1896 or 1897.

13. Threshing scene, chain driven engine owned by Pete Wild, Osnabrock, N.D. 
 Threshing scene, chain driven engine owned by Pete Wild, Osnabrock, N.D. Threshing; Threshing machines; Agricultural laborers; Horses; Carts & wagons; Steam engines; Some twenty-six men posed around steam engine, hay racks loaded with grain bundles, wagons and horses.

14. First auto in Fargo, 1897 First auto in Fargo, 1897 Automobiles; Automobile driving; Awnings; Advertisements; Firsts; Two men sitting in a two-seater open automobile which has steering handle and hand brake; bears advertising placards with caption "Carnation 5 cent cigar;" awnings on store fonts in Syndicate Block in...

15. Fire Festival parade, Fargo, N.D. Fire Festival parade, Fargo, N.D. Parades & processions; Celebrations; Streets; Marching bands; Automobiles; Railroad crossings; Police; Business districts; Commercial facilities; View of a parade taking place on Broadway at the N.P. railroad crossing. Two automobiles are visible in the scene. There is a group of police officers standing in a line, and behind them a marching band....
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