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Residence of E. P. Wells, Jamestown, 1879
Dwellings; Houses; Bay windows;
Two story wood frame home with a bay window. Two men, and two children by back porch. New trees planted along public sidewalk. Two story building with cupola and balcony in the background.
Broadway business district, Fargo, D.T.
Streets; Business districts; Commercial facilities; Stoves; Awnings; Shoe stores; Wooden sidewalks; Carts & wagons; Signs (Notices); Horse teams;
Stereograph view of a Broadway street scene looking at the east side of the 100 block. There is a wooden sidewalk in front of the buildings, with men standing on it. On the sidewalk in front of one business...
Panoramic view of Fargo, N.D., showing Front St., and N. P. Park
Streets; Street railroads; Carriages & coaches; Commercial facilities; Banks; Dry goods stores; Hotels; Florist shops; Sculpture; Panoramic views; Parks;
A folding panoramic color postcard split in half, showing the intersection of Broadway and Front Street (Main Avenue). Two street railroad cars are turning onto Broadway. Also visible are horse and carriages,...
Bird's eye view of Fargo, Dakota, 1880
Engravings; Bird's-eye view prints; Rivers; Cityscape drawings; Rivers; Railroads; Maps;
Engraving of Fargo as it appeared in 1880. High elevation rendition looking over the town as viewed from the Red River looking west to the horizon. There are several steam boats on the river, a train crossing...
Broadway, Fargo, No. Dak.
Bird's-eye views; Streets; Cityscapes; Business districts; Commercial facilities; Hotels; Drugstores; Jewelry stores; Hardware stores; Banks; Roofs;
Elevated view looking south on Broadway from 1st Avenue N. to the Moody's building at Main Avenue. Image likely taken from an upper floor of the Black Building. Building with the cupolas on the right is...
Northwest from Headquarters Hotel, Fargo, D.T.
Commercial facilities; Stables; Presbyterian churches; Dwellings; Bird's-eye views;
Elevated view looking northwest from the Headquarters Hotel. Visible is the Stephens and Sears livery stable located on the 600 block of N.P. Avenue and in the distance is the First Presbyterian Church...
Sherman Hotel and area looking southwest from Headquarters Hotel, Fargo, D.T.
Hotels; Newspaper industry; Commercial facilities; Business districts; Government facilities; Boardwalks; Photographic studios; Railroad cars; Bird's-eye views;
Elevated view looking southwest from the Headquarters Hotel. Buildings in view are the Republican newspaper building, Sherman House hotel, the land office, and the F. Jay Haynes photography studio. These...
Looking southwest from Headquarters Hotel, Fargo, D.T.
Hotels; Newspaper industry; Dry goods stores; Bird's-eye views; Streets; Boardwalks; Wooden sidewalks;
Probably a spring view looking southwest from atop the Headquarters Hotel, to Chicago Dry Goods House (later deLendrecie's), the Fargo Republican Co. newspaper office, Park Hotel, and the Sherman Hotel...
View northwest from Headquarters Hotel showing Roberts Addition, Fargo, D.T.
Bird's-eye views; Streets; Dwellings; Houses; Outbuildings; Barns; Fences;
View northwest from Headquarters Hotel over hotel outbuildings to residential buildings near the corner of N.P. Avenue and Roberts Street.
Southwest from Headquarters Hotel, Fargo, D.T.
Bird's-eye views; Cityscape photographs; Courthouses; Churches; Houses; Dwellings; Episcopal churches;
Fall view looking southwest from atop Headquarters Hotel, showing relocated Cass County courthouse building between 9th St. and 10th St, and Adams Ave. and Jefferson Ave, Gethsemane Episcopal Church and...
Crockett & Shotwell lumber yards, 1880
Lumberyards; Lumber; Lumber industry; Railroad sidings; Railroad freight cars; Railroad tracks; Bird's-eye views;
View south over Crockett and Shotwell Lumber Yards, 100 block of N.P. Avenue at about 1st Street N. showing N.P Railroad tracks and box cars on spur track. Stacks of lumber in the open, and storage sheds....
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