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Jamestown lodge drum and bugle corps, Ancient Order of United Workmen, 1931 convention, Fargo, N.D.
Bands; Musical instruments; Drums; Fraternal lodges; Fraternal organizations; Drum majors;
Posed photograph of drum and bugle corps members with instruments standing in front of entrance to the Ancient Order of United Workmen headquarters in Fargo, N.D. "Jamestown, N.Dak." printed on their hats,...
Stern Building, 51-61 Broadway, Fargo, N.D.
Commercial facilities; Business districts; Commercial streets; Street railroads; Banks; Telegraph offices; Medical offices; Meat industry; Drugstores; Barber poles;
View showing the two story brick Stern Building on the northeast corner of Broadway and N.P. Avenue. Two street railroad cars are visible in the scene. Businesses visible in the building are Fout & Porterfield...
Orpheum Theatre, Fargo, N.D.
Theaters; Marquees; Commercial facilities;
Colored postcard showing front facade of the Orpheum Theatre, a three story Classical Revival style building with spandrels over three windows on the top floor, a bracketed cornice, and the word "Orpheum"...
Reenactment of the "Wrong Side Up" incident, New Salem, N.D.
Historical reenactments; Plowing; Plows; Farmers; Horse teams; Horses; Dairy farming;
Reenactment of event that occurred between an unidentified Indian and John Christiansen on his farm in 1883 when he was breaking land. Indian told Christiansen that the plowed land was the wrong side up....
Y.M.C.A. Fargo, N.Dak.
Young Men's Christian associations; Buildings; Automobiles;
View of the Young Men's Christian Association building on the southeast corner of 1st Avenue N. and Roberts Street. The building is a three story brick structure. "Y.M.C.A." is painted on the fan style...
Grand Recreation, Fargo, N.Dak. Steve Gorman, Mgr. Sportsman's Headquarters for over 30 years
Sports & recreation facilities; Electric signs; Bars; Billiard parlors;
View of Grand Recreation in a two story brick building located at 618 1st Avenue N., Fargo, N.D. Large sign reads 'Grand Recreation, Steve Gorman, Mgr., [illegible] Grain Belt Beer" hanging from front...
Fargo's largest apartment Bldg., Improvement Bldg. -- Fargo, No.Dak.
Apartment houses; Motion picture theaters; Marquees; Automobiles; Business districts; Barbershops; Beauty shops;
View from across street of Improvement Building and to left the Grand Theater. Three cars parked on curb in front of buildings. The building is a five story brick building. Businesses visible are Berg's...
Boulger and Hughes
Furniture stores; Furniture; Pianos; Sofas; Morgues & mortuaries; Interiors; Chairs;
View looking at interior of furniture store and undertaking business. View shows long narrow room with tin ceiling filled with pianos, chairs, sofas, and other furniture.
Casselton Homemakers Club members and children on stage
Clubs; Clubwomen; Children; Theatrical productions; Stages (Platforms); Costumes; Flags; Flower arrangements; Banners; Interiors;
Casselton Homemakers Club members and children on stage. Likely taken for a play as people appear to be in costume. Also visible are an American flag, a spinning wheel, and several floral arrangements....
Wyndmere, N.D., 1907
Elevated view overlooking businesses district, with houses, school and grain elevators in distance; beyond is open prairie.
Schoolhouse and pupils, Wyndmere, N.Dak., 1907
Group of students standing outside two-story brick school.
Tom Lund, Zenith, N.Dak.
Tarpaper shack, likely the homestead house of Tom Lund, with snow on the ground.
M. V. Linwell residence, Northwood, N.Dak.
Houses; Historic buildings; Street lights;
Street view of Queen Anne style house with screened front porch, corner turret. Street light on corner and trees barren of leaves surrounding house.
Business districts; Boardwalks;
Several stores in row.
Round house, Wishek, N.Dak.
Railroad roundhouses; Windmills; Water tanks;
Roundhouse with watertank, windmill and other outbuidlings visible.
St. Boniface Church, Wimbledon, N.Dak.
Catholic churches; Religious dwellings;
Stone church with central tower and house beside it with porch extending the entire front of house.
Business districts; Business enterprises; Boardwalks;
Store front with raised boardwalk in front.
Steins Hardware Store, the place where your patronage is solisited [sic], Wimbledon, N.Dak.
Hardware stores; Automobiles; Carriages & coaches;
Three automobiles and horse-drawn buggy parked along front of businesses. Men standing on sidewalk outside store front.
Business districts; Banks;
Business district block in Wimbledon, N.D. Building on corner is a bank with utility poles along sidewalk.
R.R. Yards and Lower Wilton, N.Dak.
Business districts; Railroad stations; Railroad cars; Grain elevators; Windmills;
Elevated view, likely from grain elevator, looking over railroad tracks, station and business district. In far distance is a church.
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