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1. 1908 Peerless steam lift plow, Pazandak Farm, Fullerton, N.Dak. 1908 Peerless steam lift plow, Pazandak Farm, Fullerton, N.Dak. Plowing; Farming; Steam engines; Plows; Rear view of Geiser steam engine pulling a twelve bottom plow. Beside tractor is a water wagon with hoses running to tractor. Three unidentified men visible. In background is the Highland Farm.

2. African American family in North Dakota African American family in North Dakota Families; Children; An unidentified African American woman with six children standing on a street, likely in Grace City, N.D.

3. Alma Anderson's claim shack, Myrtle Township, Mountrail County, N.D. Alma Anderson's claim shack, Myrtle Township, Mountrail County, N.D. Huts; Homesteading; Women; Carts & wagons; Horses; Wooden buildings; View of a small wood frame claim shack, with Alma Anderson and her brother Rueben Anderson seated in front. A horse-drawn carriage is at left with an unidentified man and women seated

4. An unidentified man, speaking at Fargo College Library cornerstone laying, Fargo, N.D. An unidentified man, speaking at Fargo College Library cornerstone laying, Fargo, N.D. Libraries; Cornerstones; Cornerstone laying; Government officials; Public speaking; Two unidentified men, perhaps Fargo College President C. C. Creegan and Rev. Cameron Mann, standing on the corner of the Fargo College Library speaking at the cornerstone laying. A large group of dignitaries...

5. Anna Enstulen with unidentified woman Anna Enstulen with unidentified woman Portrait photographs; Chairs; Studio portrait of Anna Enstulen, standing, and unidentified woman seated.

6. Anna Furnberg (right) with unidentified woman Anna Furnberg (right) with unidentified woman Portrait photographs; Studio portrait of two women standing.

7. Anton Gaudland (left) in the Shelly Elevator Anton Gaudland (left) in the Shelly Elevator Men; Older people; Grain elevators; Interiors; Posters; Advertisements; Anton Gaudland (left) and an unidentified man standing in front of a door and wall filled with seed advertisements, posters and photographs inside Shelly, Minnesota elevator.

8. Archaeological dig near Valley City, N.D. Archaeological dig near Valley City, N.D. Archaeological sites; Archaeology; Digging; Historic sites; Mounds (Burials); Indigenous peoples; Shovels; Holes; Anthropologists; Overview of an archaeological pit with three people visible. Dr. Gordon W. Hewes is standing right with a shovel in hand. Deep inside the pit can be seen, Lucile E. St. Hoyme of the Smithsonian Institute,...

9. Automobile crossing bridge over Apple Creek, Burleigh County, N.D. Automobile crossing bridge over Apple Creek, Burleigh County, N.D. Automobiles; Bridges; Streams; Dogs; Roads; Three unidentified men seated in automobile driving on bridge over river. In background are hills and farm. Dog walking on bridge near automobile.

10. Baby seated in high chair outside sod house Baby seated in high chair outside sod house Infants; Sod buildings; Unidentified baby wearing long white gown (likely for baptism), seated in high chair that is set ouside a sod house. In extreme upper left corner is view of window into sod house. Location unknown but...

11. Barberry warning Barberry warning 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...

12. Bison football players, North Dakota Agricultural College, Fargo, N.D. Bison football players, North Dakota Agricultural College, Fargo, N.D. Football players; Football; Universities & colleges; Sports; Uniforms; Three Bison football players standing in uniforms. Number 31 is Nick Soulis, 41 is (unidentified), 44 is Paul Moores.

13. Blacksmith shop of Sam Sansburn and Robert Pratt, Cooperstown, N.D. Blacksmith shop of Sam Sansburn and Robert Pratt, Cooperstown, N.D. Forge shops; Laborers; Interiors; Plows; Interior of blacksmith shop with man standing by anvil with hammer in hand and another man on right. Visible in image is hand plow, tools, belts and brick chimney. Man on left identified at Robert Pratt,...

14. Boy holding corncobs in corn field Boy holding corncobs in corn field Corn; Boys; Croplands; Unidentified boy in bib overalls, holding six or more ears of corn by the pulled-back husks. Behind him are corn stocks in field. Boy and location not identified, but likely in North Dakota.

15. Breaking virgin sod in pioneer days Breaking virgin sod in pioneer days Plowing; Horses; Horse teams; Plows; Three teams of four or five horses each. Each team of horses is hitched to a plow. In front of the horses, standing on the plowed ground are three unidentified men. Likely taken in North Dakota.

16. Buchanan School No. 1, Buchanan Valley Township, Emmons County, N.D. Buchanan School No. 1, Buchanan Valley Township, Emmons County, N.D. One-room schools; Rural schools; Automobiles; Rural school with automobile parked by front entry. In distance there appears to be a privie. Although unidentified, very likely Buchanan School No. 1 where Carrie Busby taught in 1920.

17. By their sod house on the homestead in Bottineau County, near Westhope, North Dakota By their sod house on the homestead in Bottineau County, near Westhope, North Dakota Sod buildings; Children; Families; Mrs. John Talcott (Annie Carlson) and daughter Ruth (now Mrs. George Sandy, Park River, N.D.), unidentified son, and daughter Hope (Mrs. Ted Vedvig, Carpio, N.D.). Homestead is 9 miles west and 2 miles...

18. By their sod house on the homestead in Bottineau County, near Westhope, North Dakota By their sod house on the homestead in Bottineau County, near Westhope, North Dakota Sod buildings; Children; Families; Mrs. John Talcott (Annie Carlson) and daughter Ruth (now Mrs. George Sandy, Park River, N.D.), unidentified son, and daughter Hope (Mrs. Ted Vedvig, Carpio, N.D.). Homestead is 9 miles west and 2 miles...

19. Can pile with sun behind it, Casselton, North Dakota Can pile with sun behind it, Casselton, North Dakota Sculpture; Snow; Winter; Curiosities & wonders; Sun; Men; Silhouettes; Cans; Man standing in front of tall pile of cans built in layers held together with chicken wire, with the layer above being smaller than below. Taken in winter with snow on ground and sun shining near top of...

20. Can pile, Casselton, N.D. Can pile, Casselton, N.D. Sculpture; Snow; Winter; Curiosities & wonders; Cans; Men; Man standing in front of tall pile of cans built in layers held together with chicken wire, with the layer above being smaller than below. Taken in winter with snow on ground. Man unidentified.
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