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161. Early settlers home on Goose River, N.Dak. Early settlers home on Goose River, N.Dak. Log cabins; Horses; Carriages & coaches; Pioneers; Women and several men standing in front of log cabin with grass growing on roof. Buggy hitched to horse with two women seated and a man standing in buggy. Exact location along Goose River unknown, which...

162. More sand in the dune area, southeast of Upham, McHenry County More sand in the dune area, southeast of Upham, McHenry County Droughts; Croplands; Erosion; Dirt; Dunes; Eroded top soil into dunes during time of drought.

163. Sand dune area 10 miles west of Cavalier, Pembina County Sand dune area 10 miles west of Cavalier, Pembina County Droughts; Croplands; Erosion; Dirt; Dunes; Eroded top soil into dunes during time of drought.

164. An extensive dune area 5 miles southeast of Upham, near Mouse River, McHenry County. An extensive dune area 5 miles southeast of Upham, near Mouse River, McHenry County. Droughts; Trees; Dunes; Erosion; Dirt; View showing trees buried in dunes formed by eroded top soil during time of drought.

165. Almost buried in sand. Five miles southeast of Upham, near Mouse River, McHenry Almost buried in sand. Five miles southeast of Upham, near Mouse River, McHenry Droughts; Trees; Dunes; Erosion; Dirt; View showing trees buried in dunes formed by eroded top soil during time of drought.

166. Dunes with a vengeance, south east of Upham, McHenry County Dunes with a vengeance, south east of Upham, McHenry County Droughts; Croplands; Erosion; Dirt; Dunes; Eroded top soil into dunes during time of drought.

167. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Olsen and son Harve, editors of New Rockford Transcript, New Rockford, N.D. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Olsen and son Harve, editors of New Rockford Transcript, New Rockford, N.D. Men; Newspaper editors; Newspapers; Typewriters; Typewriting; Newsrooms; Interiors; Image of a man sitting at a typewriter in newspaper office. Behind him is an older man wearing a visor, and a women.

168. Hill and patch work farming in N.W. Divide County Hill and patch work farming in N.W. Divide County Croplands; Droughts; Dirt roads; View looking across rugged cropland taken during time of drought. A dirt road is visible at right.

169. Miss America, BeBe Shopp with Fargo Forum staff, Fargo, N.D. Miss America, BeBe Shopp with Fargo Forum staff, Fargo, N.D. Beauty contestants; Newspaper editors; Newspaper industry; Reporters; Journalism; Newsrooms; Men; Women; Interiors; BeBe Shopp in the Fargo Forum offices with three staff members, Lillian Hilmo, Joe McCarthy, Lloyd Sveen.

170. Lost Bridge on the Little Missouri River, Dunn County, N.D. Lost Bridge on the Little Missouri River, Dunn County, N.D. Truss bridges; Bridges; Rivers; Image of a truss bridge over the Little Missouri River. The river level appears to be low at the time the picture was taken.

171. Oakwood, N.D. Oakwood, N.D. Cleaning establishments; Carts & wagons; Horse teams; Two men in a wagon, harnessed to a team of horses. In the background in a building with sign stating "Laundry". Dark smoke is rising from chimney of building. Photograph taken in winter with some snow...

172. Opera House, Minto, N.D. Opera House, Minto, N.D. Opera houses; Theaters; Bell towers; Porticoes (Porches); Two story wood frame opera house in Minto, N.D. On the front of the building is a bell tower, and a two story portico with a group of people standing under it.

173. Ward Co. Court House, Minot, N.D. Ward Co. Court House, Minot, N.D. Courthouses; Stone buildings; Automobiles; View of limestone Art Deco style courthouse building with four automobile parked in front.

174. Public School, Portland, N.D. Public School, Portland, N.D. Schools; Two-story brick building with raised basement, tower over front entrance. Several young trees in foreground.

175. New C.P.R. depot, North Portal, Canada New C.P.R. depot, North Portal, Canada Railroad stations; View across railroad tracks towards railroad station with men standing on platform and railroad car on tracks. In far distance are two grain elevators.

176. Public School, Overly, N.D. Public School, Overly, N.D. Schools; Fences; Two-story brick building with raised basement. In front and going around school property is a fence.

177. Public Library, Mayville, N.Dak. Public Library, Mayville, N.Dak. Public libraries; Front of one story brick and stone library with raised basement and dome in center of roof.

178. Old 12th Ave. Bridge in Fargo, N.D. Old 12th Ave. Bridge in Fargo, N.D. Bridges; Automobiles; Railroad crossings; View, looking east, of wood bridge over the railroad tracks on Twelfth Avenue North. Two automobiles parked on edge of bridge and a young man standing by bridge. In distance railroad cars under bridge....

179. Three binders pulled by Twin City "25" tractor Three binders pulled by Twin City "25" tractor Harvesting machinery; Harvesting; Farming; Agricultural laborers; Tractors; Side view of Twin City "25" tractor pulling three Deering binders. Laborers seated on each binder. In foreground is uncut grain and in background bundles of cut grain. No one is identified.

180. House at 514 10th Avenue S., Fargo, N.D. House at 514 10th Avenue S., Fargo, N.D. Houses; Porches; Trellises; Two story wood frame, front and side gable house with open porch. Trellis along side of porch.
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