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1. Deserted Sod House in Kansas Deserted Sod House in Kansas Abandoned buildings; Sod buildings; Windmills; Apparently deserted sod house, but in relatively good shape, showing door, two windows and stove pipe. It is built in two sections with two different roof lines. To left in background is a windmill.

2. Deserted Sod House in Kansas Deserted Sod House in Kansas Abandoned buildings; Sod buildings; Windmills; Apparently deserted sod house, but in relatively good shape, showing door, two windows and stove pipe. It is built in two sections with two different roof lines. To left in background is a windmill.

3. Threshing crew, Anders Hultstrand's farm, Fairdale, North Dakota, 1913 : Alfred, Andy, Bernard and Mandus Threshing crew, Anders Hultstrand's farm, Fairdale, North Dakota, 1913 : Alfred, Andy, Bernard and Mandus Hultstrand Agricultural laborers; Men; Women; Eighteen-man threshing crew posed in front of the cook car. Two women standing in the doorway of the cook car.

4. Threshing crew breaks for lunch Threshing crew breaks for lunch Agricultural laborers; Threshing machines; Men; Women; Eating & drinking; A group of fifteen men and one woman, sitting in the field eating lunch. In the background is a thresher, a Minneapolis steam engine, two hay racks, and a straw pile. Likely taken in North Dakota.

5. Stopping on a joy ride to repair a tire Stopping on a joy ride to repair a tire Automobiles; Automobile travel; Two men by car fender and two women seated in back seat of a 1913 Ford Model T Touring automobile. View is from behind automobile, likely in North Dakota.

6. 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.

7. Earl C. Reineke with WDAY baseball team Earl C. Reineke with WDAY baseball team Baseball players; Radio stations; Uniforms; Group portraits; Group of 18 men in formal portrait, together with a young boy seated in center front. All except Earl Reineke and other men wearing long-sleeve sweatshirt with "W.D.A.Y." across front as well as matching...

8. Herd of buffalo Herd of buffalo Bison; Buffalo standing and lying in grass. Trees in far background.

9. Herd of buffalo Herd of buffalo Bison; Buffalo standing and lying in grass. Trees in far background.

10. Old timers on the "Rosebud" : near White River, South Dakota, 1890 Old timers on the "Rosebud" : near White River, South Dakota, 1890 Bison; Prairies; Four bison on the prairie.

11. Old timers on the "Rosebud" : near White River, South Dakota, 1890 Old timers on the "Rosebud" : near White River, South Dakota, 1890 Bison; Prairies; Horses; Horseback riding; Five bison on the prairie. The black and white print also pictures three men on horses, but they are cropped out of the hand-colored print.

12. Last buffalo killed in North Dakota, January 1907 : Casselton, North Dakota Last buffalo killed in North Dakota, January 1907 : Casselton, North Dakota Bison; Winter; Snow; Fences; Men; Men and boys in winter coats standing by fence behind a buffalo. Rope tied around horns of buffalo and held by man.

13. 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.

14. Indians traveling from Pembina, North Dakota to Fort Totten, North Dakota (Gathering Senega Root or Snakeroot) Indians traveling from Pembina, North Dakota to Fort Totten, North Dakota (Gathering Senega Root or Snakeroot) Carts & wagons; Horses; Roads; One or two families of Native Americans traveling in two horsedrawn carts. The carts provide shelter with a blanket being used like a roof, similar to covered wagons. There are four people visible. Each...

15. Indians traveling from Pembina, North Dakota to Fort Totten, North Dakota : gathering senega root or Indians traveling from Pembina, North Dakota to Fort Totten, North Dakota : gathering senega root or snakeroot Carts & wagons; Horses; Roads; One or two families of Native Americans traveling in two horsedrawn carts. The carts provide shelter with a blanket being used like a roof, similar to covered wagons. There are four people visible. Each...

16. Threshing with International "15-30" tractor.

 Threshing with International "15-30" tractor. Carts & wagons; Threshing; Harvesting; Threshing machines; Agricultural machinery & implements; Agricultural laborers; Tractors; Tractor driving belt connected to threshing machine which is obscured by two wagons loaded with grain bundles. Grain wagons to right. Laborers visible on tractor and wagons.

17. Pastoral scene near Milton, North Dakota Pastoral scene near Milton, North Dakota Cattle; Grazing; Women; Bonnets; Rivers; A woman wearing a bonnet, standing near three head of cattle along a river. She is reaching toward one of the cows with grass in her hand.

18. Pastoral scene near Milton, North Dakota Pastoral scene near Milton, North Dakota Cattle; Grazing; Women; Bonnets; Rivers; A woman wearing a bonnet, standing near three head of cattle along a river. She is reaching toward one of the cows with grass in her hand.

19. Dedication of Pioneer Cemetery Marker by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Dacotah Chapter, near Dedication of Pioneer Cemetery Marker by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Dacotah Chapter, near Fargo, N.D. Cemeteries; Monuments & memorials; Plaques; Boys; Girls; Dedications; Marion Jane Moon and James Eaton Dixon, unveiling Daughters of the American Revolution marker at the Holy Cross Mission Cemetery, south of Fargo, N.D. Plaque on marker states "In Memory of Pioneers 1861-1881...

20. 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.
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