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1. House at 320 8th Avenue S., Fargo, N.D. House at 320 8th Avenue S., Fargo, N.D. Houses; Porches; Two story wood frame Classical Revival style house with screened in front porch supported by Tuscan columns. A balustrade visible over the top of the porch. A two story bay window is visible on the right...

2. A. T. Russell portrait A. T. Russell portrait Men; Portrait photographs; Studio portrait photograph of A. T. Russell dressed in a suit and tie.

3. High altitude aerial photograph over flooding Heart and Missouri Rivers in Township 138N, Range 81W, High altitude aerial photograph over flooding Heart and Missouri Rivers in Township 138N, Range 81W, Section 13. Morton County, N.D. Aerial photographs; Floods; Rivers; Railroad tracks; Forts & fortifications; High altitude aerial photograph over flooding Heart and Missouri Rivers in Township 138N, Range 81W, Section 13. Morton County, N.D. Site of Fort McKeen and Fort Abraham Lincoln is visible in the lower...

4. High altitude aerial photograph over flooding Heart and Missouri Rivers in Township 138N, Range 81W, High altitude aerial photograph over flooding Heart and Missouri Rivers in Township 138N, Range 81W, Section 13. Morton County, N.D. Aerial photographs; Floods; Rivers; Railroad tracks; Forts & fortifications; High altitude aerial photograph over flooding Heart and Missouri Rivers in Township 138N, Range 81W, Section 13. Morton County, N.D. Site of Fort McKeen and Fort Abraham Lincoln is visible in the lower...

5. Reconstructed Block House; Fort Abraham Lincoln Reconstructed Block House; Fort Abraham Lincoln Blockhouses; Forts & fortifications; Tourists; Historic sites; Reconstructed block house at Fort McKeen (now part of Fort Abraham Lincoln). Six unidentifiable people can been seen.

6. Slant Indian Village, Mandan, N.D. Slant Indian Village, Mandan, N.D. Historic parks; Historic sites; Snow Entrances to several Mandan earth lodges with light snow on ground.

7. Fort Abraham Lincoln block house, Morton County, N.D. Fort Abraham Lincoln block house, Morton County, N.D. Historic sites; Forts & fortifications; Group of people walking away from Fort Abraham Lincoln block house.

8. Fort Abraham Lincoln blockhouse, Mandan, N.D. Fort Abraham Lincoln blockhouse, Mandan, N.D. Tourists; Tourism; Forts & fortifications; Historic buildings; Historic parks; Historic sites; Blockhouses; View of two story wood frame blockhouse building at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park. Tourists visible standing on the top deck of the building, and two people are standing on the ground below. A wood fence...

9. Sir Harry Lauder in the Lincoln Log Cabin, Old Main, North Dakota Agricultural College, Fargo, N.D. Sir Harry Lauder in the Lincoln Log Cabin, Old Main, North Dakota Agricultural College, Fargo, N.D. Entertainers; Fireplaces; Kilts; Clothing & dress; Pipes (Smoking); Smoking; Interiors; Scottish entertainer Harry Lauder standing beside the fire place in the Lincoln Log Cabin, located in the attic of Old Main, North Dakota Agricultural College (North Dakota State University). He is dressed...

10. Sod house on Andrea Springan's claim by Williston, North Dakota Sod house on Andrea Springan's claim by Williston, North Dakota Sod buildings; Women; Men; Four men and a woman in front of a sod house with a door and a stovepipe showing. From left to right: Andrea Springan, Henry Springan of Stanley, N.D., Tom Springan, Abraham Bjornstad of Hoople, N.D.,...

11. Sod house on Andrea Springan's claim by Williston, North Dakota Sod house on Andrea Springan's claim by Williston, North Dakota Sod buildings; Women; Men; Four men and a woman in front of a sod house with a door and a stovepipe showing. From left to right: Andrea Springan, Henry Springan of Stanley, N.D., Tom Springan, Abraham Bjornstad of Hoople, N.D.,...

12. Administration building, Fort Lincoln State Park, Mandan, N.D. Administration building, Fort Lincoln State Park, Mandan, N.D. Parks; Stone buildings; Front of one-story stone building with shrubs and young trees on lawn.

13. Students at Tyrol School No. 3, Griggs County, N.D. Students at Tyrol School No. 3, Griggs County, N.D. School children; Rural schools; Flags; Organs; Interiors; Fifteen students standing in three rows in front of school room. Pump organ to left of students and a portrait of Abraham Lincoln and American flag on wall above students. Tyrol school no. 3 located in...

14. Marion Anderson in Little Country Theater Lincoln Log Cabin, North Dakota Agricultural College, Fargo, Marion Anderson in Little Country Theater Lincoln Log Cabin, North Dakota Agricultural College, Fargo, N.D. Singers; Evening gowns; Fireplaces; Rocking chairs; Log cabins; Flags; Interiors; Contralto singer Marion Anderson standing next to brick fireplace in Lincoln Log Cabin, located in upper level of Old Main at North Dakota Agricultural College (North Dakota State University). She is dressed...

15. Lincoln monument, Frogner Park, Oslo, Norway Lincoln monument, Frogner Park, Oslo, Norway Monuments; Historical markers; Sculpture; Bust of Abraham Lincoln atop stone pedestal with two bronze plaques on either side. In back are shrubs and trees.

16. Ypres Cathedral in ruins, British lory in foreground Ypres Cathedral in ruins, British lory in foreground Ruins; Churches; Catholic churches; Trucks; Cannons; Front of church standing in ruins by sanctuary demolished with other buildings in ruins in background. Truck and cannon in foreground.
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