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Baker's Ferry, near Williston, N.D.
Ferries; Rivers; Carts & wagons;
A ferry on the Missouri River with horses and wagon on board. The boatman is standing on the platform preparing for launch.
Aerial over downtown Fargo, N.D.
Aerial photographs; Business districts; Commercial streets; Commercial facilities; Churches; Automobiles; Houses;
Aerial photograph looking northeast over downtown Fargo, N.D. showing city blocks encompassed by Broadway to 4th Street N. between 2nd Avenue N. and 4th Avenue N. Osco Drug, Five Spot, W. O. Olsen Furniture...
Aerial over the State Hospital for the Insane, Jamestown, N.D.
Mental institutions; Hospitals; Aerial photographs;
Aerial view looking northwest over State Hospital complex with the city of Jamestown, N.D. in the background.
Oil tank fire, Jamestown, N.D.
Explosions; Fires; Smoke; Petroleum industry; Disasters; Spectators;
Black smoke rising from oil tank fire. Several building and spectators in foreground.
Business districts; Drugstores;
Business district street with grain elevators in background. Legible sign on one business is The Reeder Drug Co.
Haynes Key City Studio, Fargo, D.T.
Photographic studios; Commercial facilities; Furniture stores; Drugstores; Law offices; Business districts; Restaurants; Barbershops; Barber poles;
Businesses on south side of Front Street (Main Ave.) between 7th and 8th streets, taken looking southeast. Business names visible from left to right: Luger Furniture; Thompson & Krogh, law and real estate;...
Main Street, Drake, N.D.
Circus parades; Bandwagons; Carts & wagons; Spectators; Horse teams; Commercial streets; Business districts; Commercial facilities; Awnings;
Circus parade on Main Street in Drake, N.D. In foreground is a circus band wagon being pulled by six horses. Commercial building visible on both sides of street. Crowds of spectators in front of buildings....
Fargo Carnegie Library, Fargo, No. Dak.
Libraries; Friezes (Ornamental bands);
Color postcard of the exterior of the brick library building. The building is designed with arched windows and the names of prominent authors on the frieze. Names visible on the frieze include Homer, Plato,...
North side of Main Street, Fairmount, N.D.
Commercial streets; Commercial facilities; Business districts; Awnings; Drugstores;
Colorized postcard showing commercial buildings along street. Both wood frame and brick structures visible. "W. A. Grafts." printed on awning of store at left, and the words "Drug Store" printed on the...
Bird's-eye views; Grain elevators; Railroad tracks; Houses; Panoramic views;
Elevated panoramic view, in color, of Hatton looking northwest, following the Great Northern Railway tracks. In foreground is the lumber yard and grain elevators along the railroad tracks.To right is main...
Parade on Front Street, Fargo, N.D.
Parades & processions; Military parades & ceremonies; Military personnel; Automobiles; Horses; Crowds;
Elevated view (from building window?) on the south side of Front St. (now Main Ave.) looking northeast towards the corner of Broadway and Front. Two soldiers are on horses in front of a unit of armed soldiers...
Broadway, Fargo, No. Dak.
Bird's-eye views; Streets; Cityscapes; Business districts; Commercial facilities; Hotels; Drugstores; Jewelry stores; Hardware stores; Banks; Roofs;
Elevated view looking south on Broadway from 1st Avenue N. to the Moody's building at Main Avenue. Image likely taken from an upper floor of the Black Building. Building with the cupolas on the right is...
Broadway looking north from Northern Pacific Avenue
Business districts; Streets; Commercial streets; Street railroad tracks; Street railroads; Automobiles; Banks; Drugstores; Awnings; Billboards; Roofs;
Elevated view of Broadway looking north from N.P. Ave. showing primarily the buildings on the west side of the street. In far distance are steeples of St. Mary's and First Lutheran churches. Automobiles...
V-J Day celebration on Broadway, Fargo, N.D.
Crowds; Bands; Drugstores; Business districts; Commercial streets; Celebrations;
Elevated view of large crowd gathered at intersection of Broadway and N.P. Avenue celebration V-J Day and end of war with Japan. Crowd looking at Elks Band playing. Building in background is Foss Drug...
West side, Ashley, N.D.
Dwellings; Houses; Grain elevators;
Elevated view of residential area with six elevators along railroad tracks in distance and railroad cars parked on tracks.
Bird's-eye view of Plaza, N.D.
Business districts; Windmills; Water tanks; Lumber industry; Snow;
Elevated view of town, likely from grain elevator. Shows lumber yard on extreme left and windmill and water tank on right. Beyond town is the open prairie.
Elevators, Fessenden, N.D.
Grain elevators; Carts & wagons; Utility poles; Courthouses;
Elevated view showing a row of grain elevators and other related buildings. Three wagons are in the foreground. The Wells County Courthouse is partially visible from behind one of the elevators.
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.
Broadway Looking No. Fargo, N.D.
Business districts; Commercial facilities; Commercial streets; Railroad crossings; Automobiles; Street railroads; Jewelry stores; Restaurants; Hotels; Department stores; Clothing stores; Billboards;
Elevated view, looking directly up Broadway showing vehicles, railroad tracks, crossing guards. A statue of an Indian is visible in the center of street. Businesses visible on the west side of the street...
Looking east on Front Street, Fargo, D.T., Fall 1876
Drugstores; Arcades (Shopping facilities); Clothing stores; Commercial facilities; Business districts; Streets; Wooden sidewalks; Wooden buildings; False fronts; Billiard parlors;
Fall view looking east on Front Street (Main Avenue), from 7th Street, showing the office of Dr. F. L. Richter, a drug store, an arcade and billiard parlor, and the European Clothing Hall. Several men...
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