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Ruby Johnson, operator at Hector Airport, takes a call from Bill Odom on his round the world flight, Fargo, N.D.
Women; Telephone operators; Telephone switchboards; Telephones; Communication facilities; Interiors; Airport terminals; Airports; Communication devices;
A seated woman speaking into a microphone inside of a communications room at Hector Airport to aviator Bill Odom. Other communication equipment surrounds her. She appears to be taking notes on a piece...
Bill Odom, round the world aviator, exiting his plane at Hector Airport, Fargo, N.D.
Airplanes; Flights around the world; Airports; Mechanics (Persons); Air pilots; Ladders;
Bill Odom waving from the top of a ladder next to the wing of the aircraft. There appears to be an airport mechanic crouched on the top of the wing to the left of Mr. Odom.
Sign at Fort Stevenson, North Dakota
Billboards; Signs (Notices); Parks;
Billboard with text that states, “Fort Stevenson Recreation Area, provided free for your pleasure, Boating fishing picnicking swimming. Speed limit 25 miles per hour, no parking on boat ramps, firearms...
Dormitory and Library, Jamestown College, Jamestown, N.D.
Dormitories; Cupolas; Libraries;
Color postcard showing three story brick dormitory building with cupola, and one story brick library to the right.
Great Northern Flyer, Northwood, N.D. 60 miles an hour
Railroads; Railroad cars; Railroad locomotives; Railroad passenger cars;
Colored postcard showing a train in motion. There is smoke and steam coming from the locomotive.
Dickey County Court House, ellendale, No. Dak.
Courthouses; Domes; Flags; Government facilities;
Colorized view of the Dickey County Courthouse in Ellendale, N.D. Building is a stone and brick Beaux Arts style building with dome. American flag flying from top of building. Sign over entry states "Dickey...
Lidgerwood, N.D. Roller-Mills, Cap. 250 BBL's per day
Flour & meal industry; Smokestacks;
Complex of buildings with smokestack behind brick building on right. Several people standing outside building with automobile parked.
Unidentified event at Union Stockyards, West Fargo, N.D.
Stockyards; Parking lots; Crowds; Water towers;
Elevated view over stockyards showing a number of automobiles parked in front. Numerous people are walking around the buildings. One building has a sign that states "Twenty four hour service". Another...
Noon hour at State Normal, Valley City, N.Dak.
Students; Gates; Umbrellas; Teachers colleges;
Female college students walking through gate to State Normal College (Valley City State University) in Valley City, N.D. Some of the students are carrying umbrellas. The gate has "Class" and "1909" etched...
Converted A-26 bomber called the Bombshell, flown by Bill Odom on his round the world flight, at Hector Airport, Fargo, N.D.
Airplanes; Flights around the world; Airports; Mechanics (Persons);
Four men standing in front of a converted A-26 bomber aircraft sitting on the tarmac at Hector Airport. All four men are facing the airplane and are likely airport service workers. Lettering visible on...
Shrubs; Weeds; School children; One-room schools; Signs (Notices); Agricultural exhibits;
Hand tinted photograph showing a young boy and girl standing in front of a Barberry Bush, both appear to be examining it. “This is the harmful common Barberry it spreads Black Stem Rust. NOTE 1 – Bunches...
Homer George being congratulated on his WDAY TV tower climb, Amenia, N.D.
Radio & television towers; Climbing; Contests; Television broadcasting; Binoculars; Stunt performers; Shaking hands;
Identified left to right, WDAY president Earl Reineke, Mrs. Homer (Joanne) George, Homer George, and WDAY General Manager Tom Barnes. Homer George is shaking the hands of both Earl Reineke and Tom Barnes....
Oil well blowout, Amerada Petroleum Corporation's Joseph Rice 1 well, near Tioga, N.D.
Oil wells; Petroleum industry;
Image of a pipe blowing out a mixture of gas, acid water and oil into a mud pit.
Earl Charles Reineke with reporter, Ken Kennedy
Reporters; Interviews; Radio broadcasting; Men;
Ken Kennedy interviewing Earl Reineke at the new WDAY transmitter, near Amenia, N.D.
Market Day, Portal, N.D.
Crowds; Business districts; Utility poles;
Looking down street with crowd on boardwalk near Drugs store. Other pedestrians along street in distance. Utility poles on both sides of street.
Prince Gustavus of Sweden Arrives in Fargo
Visits of state; Rulers; Railroads; Railroad passenger cars; Public speaking; Crowds; Princes;
Louis Hanna speaking from the back of railroad passenger car with the Crown Prince Gustaf and wife Louise of Sweden standing by his side. Large crowd visible around the railroad platform. Also several...
Firestone Auto Supply Store, Fargo, N.D.
Automobile service stations; Automobile equipment & supplies stores; Automobiles; Gasoline pumps; Bicycles & tricycles; Billboards; Tires;
One story brick building located on the northeast corner of 5th Street and 2nd Avenue N., Fargo, N.D. Large billboard on top of building states "Firestone Auto Supply & Service Store, complete 24 hour...
"On all sides round a great furnace flamed", German attack, North Compiegne, France
Trench warfare; Military personnel; Smoke;
Slight elevated view of trenches with soldiers in them. In distance is large plumes of smoke.
M. E. Church, Larimore, N.D.
Methodist Episcopal churches; Steeples;
Street view of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Larimore, N.D. The building is a wood frame structure with an open corner steeple. Much of the building is obscurred by trees.
Glendenning Motorways Inc. fire, Fargo, N.D.
Fires; Fire fighting; Smoke; Business districts; Commercial facilities; Bicycles & tricycles; Spectators;
View looking east on N.P. Avenue from near the intersection with 4th Street N. Smoke is visible over the commercial buildings, which include Fargo Motor Supply Inc., the Fowler Banks Building, Glendenning...
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