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1. Fargo Nursery School at 310 1st Avenue S., Fargo, N.D. Fargo Nursery School at 310 1st Avenue S., Fargo, N.D. Houses; Day care; Snow; Schools; One story stucco house surrounded by a chain link fence. Snow visible on the ground.

2. Fargo Street Department, 118-122 4th Street S., Fargo, N.D. Fargo Street Department, 118-122 4th Street S., Fargo, N.D. Panoramic views; Municipal services; Garages; Panoramic view composed of three separate photographs showing buildings belonging to the Fargo Street Department. Building at right is a block building with two garage doors, building at left is a one...

3. McShane's at night, Fargo, N.D. McShane's at night, Fargo, N.D. Stores & shops; Electric lighting; Trees; Night photographs; McShane's gift store taken at night with lights on inside the store. Electric lights are visible on the small trees in front of building.

4. Electric lights on the Red River Mall, Broadway, Fargo, N.D. Electric lights on the Red River Mall, Broadway, Fargo, N.D. Electric lighting; Trees; Commercial streets; Commercial facilities; Business districts; Electric signs; Night photographs; Drugstores; Banks; Evening view looking south on Broadway from just north of the N. P. Avenue intersection. Visible is the White Building, the First National Bank, and in the distance the Fargo National Bank building. There...

5. First State Council Meeting of the North Dakota Homemakers Council, Valley City, N.D. First State Council Meeting of the North Dakota Homemakers Council, Valley City, N.D. Meetings; Women; Group portraits; Interiors; Large group of women seated and standing around tables in the Valley City Auditorium dining room, posing for photographer.

6. John F. Reynolds Post No. 44, G.A.R., Fargo, Dakota John F. Reynolds Post No. 44, G.A.R., Fargo, Dakota Montages; Veterans; Organizations; Men; Portraits of eighty six members of the John F. Reynolds Post No. 44, Grand Army of the Republic mounted in a montage. None of the men are identified.

7. House at 401 University Drive S., Fargo, N.D. House at 401 University Drive S., Fargo, N.D. Houses; Porches; Two story wood frame Queen Anne style house with hip roof and hip dormer window, a turret rises on the left side and an open front porch visible on the right side of the house topped with a balustrade....

8. Presentation of scholarship from Nodak to N.D.S.U. Agricultural Engineering Department Presentation of scholarship from Nodak to N.D.S.U. Agricultural Engineering Department Awards; Men; Group portraits; Five men standing in a row. Two of the men are holding a paper. Ralph Diehl is second from the left with goatee beard and pin on his lapel.

9. Olaf Sand Portrait Olaf Sand Portrait Portraits; Physicians; A studio portrait of Dr. Olaf Sand. He is wearing a collared shirt and tie with a coat and hat on.

10. Cleo Moch, 4-H Flax queen, Emmons County, N.D. Cleo Moch, 4-H Flax queen, Emmons County, N.D. Beauty contestants; Queens; Awards; Evening gowns; Flax; Crowns; A young women in a formal dress. She is holding trophy as well as a bundle of flax. She also appears to be wearing a crown on her head made of flax.

11. Roasting turkeys, 4-H Conservation Camp, Lake Metigoshe State Park, N.D. Roasting turkeys, 4-H Conservation Camp, Lake Metigoshe State Park, N.D. Turkeys; Grilles; Cookery; Men; 4-H clubs; Camps; Camp meetings; A group of men standing out-of-doors around turkeys on rotisseries, roasting above four box shaped grills. Location is at the Lake Metigoshe State Park, with the dining hall in background at left and the...

12. Strip cropping, Emmons County, N.D. Strip cropping, Emmons County, N.D. Croplands; Corn; Farming; Hand tinted print of cropland with long strips alternating between corn and tilled soil.

13. Alice Stanley with 2nd prize Wether lamb, 1936 Achievement Show, Emmons County, N.D. Alice Stanley with 2nd prize Wether lamb, 1936 Achievement Show, Emmons County, N.D. Sheep; Girls; 4-H clubs; Livestock judging; Awards; Blankets; Livestock; Image of a girl kneeling down by a lamb. The lamb has a blanket over its back. Printed on the blanket are the words "Jack Benny" as well as two 4-H clover symbols.

14. Shelterbelt being inspected by tour group, Emmons County, N.D. Shelterbelt being inspected by tour group, Emmons County, N.D. Trees; Evergreens; Men; Twelve men visible standing at the end of a row of evergreen trees in a shelterbelt.

15. Old gymnasium in Dill Hall, Fargo College, Fargo, N.D. Old gymnasium in Dill Hall, Fargo College, Fargo, N.D. Gymnasiums; Interiors; Basketball; Sports & recreation facilities; Abandoned buildings; Interior view of gymnasium. The backboard of a basketball hoop is hanging from a beam at the ceiling. There are no people visible in the image.

16. Dill Hall, Fargo College with windows boarded up, Fargo, N.D. Dill Hall, Fargo College with windows boarded up, Fargo, N.D. Abandoned buildings; Buildings; Universities & colleges; Front edifice of two and a half story brick building with windows boarded up. 'Dill Hall' surrounded by laurel wreaths carved into the buildings nameplate located just below the building's cornice.

17. House at 502 8th Street S., Fargo, N.D. House at 502 8th Street S., Fargo, N.D. Houses; Dwellings; Porches; Side view of two story wood frame house with front and side gables. House has a wide eave overhang with heavy brackets. Front porch is open with Classical Tuscan columns. Rear side screened-in porch also...
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