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Main Street S., Northwood, N.D.
Business districts; Hotels; Windmills; Streets; Streets; Street railroads; Humorous pictures;
View looking south down main business street of Northwood. On extreme right is the Lincoln Hotel, and on left is a windmill. A street railroad car is superimposed into the scene.
Strip Cropping Central Emmons Co., N.D.
Croplands; Aerial photographs; Wheat; Conservation of natural resources;
Aerial view of cropland. Type of crop appears to be alternating, showing a contrast in the landscape. Bluffs can be seen in the distance.
Military men at Sioux Manufacturing Corporation plant dedication, Devils Lake, N.D.
Dedications; Industrial facilities; Military personnel;
Brigadier General John E. Sterling and three other men in military uniform sitting on a raised platform under a tent. Also visible sitting on the platform is one Native American male. Several spectators...
Mike Hurkes farm house, Hazelton, N.D.
Farmhouses; Barns; Windmills;
White, one and a half story farm house with blue shutters. A barn and windmill can be seen in the background.
Burying oil pipeline in North Dakota
Petroleum industry; Laborers; Pipelines;
Construction crew with machinery preparing to lower section of pipe into trench. Trench extends far into distance with pipe on ground beside it. In far distance can be seen the Missouri River and hills...
Annunciation Priory of the Sisters of St. Benedict, Bismarck, N.D.
Convents; Religious facilities; Religious communities; Rivers; Aerial photographs;
Color postcard of aerial view looking southwest over the Annunciation Priory of the Sisters of St. Benedict. The Missouri River can be seen in the background.
Protesters on mall of the Fargo Civic Center, Fargo, N.D., September 27, 1969
Protest movements; Protest posters; Police; Social & civic facilities;
Vietnam War protesters holding a signs that state "NIXON MURDERER", "JOIN The CONSPIRACY", "STOP Dow & HONEYWELL SOME PROPERTY HAS NO RIGHT TO EXIST" and "STOP U.S. IMPERIALISM NOW" at visit of Vice President...
Volkswagon at gas station, Fargo, N.D.
Women; Automobiles; Automobile service stations; Gasoline pumps;
Two women with a Volkswagon Beetle automobile in front of the Southside Phillips 66, 1345 University Drive S., Fargo, N.D. One woman his standing in front of an open front hood open, and the other woman...
Largest trunk in the world, built by John Monson, Fargo, N.D.
Curiosities & wonders; Luggage; Automobiles; Garages;
A man, likely John Monson, driving an automobile into his trunk garage. several other people visible in the image. Likely taken at the Monson home 1024 13th Street (University Drive S.), Fargo, N.D.
Women in Armour Creamery, processing eggs, Fargo, N.D.
Women; Eggs; Interiors; Industry; Factories; Pails; Employment; Employees; Tables; Stools;
Large group of women, dressed in white dresses and caps, seated on stools at tables working with eggs. There are pails on the tables.
Ruins of the Tropics Nightclub fire, Fargo, N.D.,April 31, 2000
Fires; Ruins; Smoke; Buildings; I-beams; Crimes; Arson;
Elevated view of the ruins of the Tropics Nightclub, likely taken the morning after the fire, as the ruins are still smoldering. Metal I-beams can be seen bent and twisted by the heat of the fire.
Norwegian Lutheran Church, Milnor, N.D.
Churches; Religious facilities; Lutheran churches; Christianity; Bell towers; Chimneys;
A church with a steeple and bell tower in the front and a chimney in the back. A group of people are visible on the front steps of the church. Houses and buildings can also be seen in the background.
Modern Method of Harvesting, Near Milnor, N. Dak.
Harvesting machinery; Threshing; Threshing machines; Agricultural machinery & implements;
A harvesting crew out working in the field with four pieces of farm machinery.
Main Street, Noonan, N. Dak., at Harvest Festival, Sept. 18th, 1911
Automobiles; Storefronts; Flags; Festivals; Dogs; Horses; Stages (Platforms); Stores & shops; Crowds;
A view of Main Street in Noonan at the Harvest Festival. There is a large number of people gathered in front of the stores. One the left there is an automobile. There is also one on the right with a dog...
Amerada Petroleum Corporation's No. 2, Peter Wallentinson in Beaver Lodge, near Tioga, N.D.
Oil wells; Petroleum industry; Pumping stations;
Picture of an oil well pump with a woman peering into the window of the pump house.
Tony Apperts Plumbing and Heating float, Hazelton, N.D. 50th Anniversary parade
Parades & processions; Celebrations; Plumbing stores; Floats (Parades); Privies; Bathtubs & showers; Water heaters;
View of a parade float with an outhouse, hot water heater and a running shower on it. "Plumbing & Hea[ting] Inc." visible printed on the side float. "1903 Can" painted on side of outhouse, and "1953" posted...
Aerial of flooded Grafton, N.D.
Floods; Aerial photographs;
Aerial looking northwest over the flooded town of Grafton, N.D. Flooded farmland can be extending to the horizon.
Émile Walters and Jon Magnus Jonson by bust of Walters
Artists; Sculptors; Sculpture; Men;
Émile Walters and Jon Magnus Jonson standing on either side of bust of Walters. Walters is striking the same pose and angle as the bust, while Jonson is looking at the bust, wearing a smock. Likely taken...
Lambs of Christ Invasion of Fargo Women's Health Organization
Abortions; Clinics; Women's rights; Demonstrations; Police; Law enforcement; Interiors;
Police arresting members of the anti-abortion group the Lambs of Christ. These protesters stormed the Fargo Women's Health Organization and staged a sit in on 5/31/91 and had to be carried out by Fargo...
Canoeing in flood waters in Grafton, N.D.
Four young-adults are riding in a canoe down a street in Grafton, N.D. The 1979 flood caused much of Grafton to be covered with water. The person sitting in the front of the canoe is using a paddle to...
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