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Feinstein Block, 200-204 Main Avenue, Fargo, N.D.
Restaurants; Business enterprises; Buildings; Parapets; Men; Horses; Lampposts; Street lights;
Two story brick building with parapet stating "Feinstein". Signs in windows on first level state "Doodle Bug Restaurant, Meals 15 cents, The Largest and Best Meal You Ever Had for 15 cents. We do not charge...
First Ave. S. looking east, Minot, N.D.
Commercial streets; Business districts; Commercial facilities; Automobiles; Hotels; Post offices; Construction;
View looking east in the 100 block of 1st Avenue S.W., Minot, N.D. Automobiles parked on both sides of the street. A sign for the Roosevelt Hotel visible at right. The U.S. Post Office building is visible...
Orpheum Theatre, Fargo, N.D.
Theaters; Marquees; Commercial facilities;
Colored postcard showing front facade of the Orpheum Theatre, a three story Classical Revival style building with spandrels over three windows on the top floor, a bracketed cornice, and the word "Orpheum"...
Boulger and Hughes
Furniture stores; Furniture; Pianos; Sofas; Morgues & mortuaries; Interiors; Chairs;
View looking at interior of furniture store and undertaking business. View shows long narrow room with tin ceiling filled with pianos, chairs, sofas, and other furniture.
Ralph "Doc" Chinn and other man behind counter in cloak room with hands over ears.
Men; Interiors; Ballrooms;
Ralph Chinn (right) and unidentified younger man standing with their hands over their ears behind cloakroom counter. Between them on wall is sign, "Please check out only the garments that you checked in."...
Gov. Burke addressing the audience at Williston, N.D., Aug. 14, 1908
Public speaking; Podiums; Men; Governors;
Governor John Burke standing on high platform covered by roof and men standing below, on stairs and on platform.
Wyndmere, N.D., 1907
Elevated view overlooking businesses district, with houses, school and grain elevators in distance; beyond is open prairie.
Schoolhouse and pupils, Wyndmere, N.Dak., 1907
Group of students standing outside two-story brick school.
Business districts; Hotels; Utility poles;
Elevated view looking down business district street, with 'Hotel Woodworth' lettering on roof of two-story building. Utility poles along both sides of street.
M. V. Linwell residence, Northwood, N.Dak.
Houses; Historic buildings; Street lights;
Street view of Queen Anne style house with screened front porch, corner turret. Street light on corner and trees barren of leaves surrounding house.
Business districts; Boardwalks;
Several stores in row.
St. Boniface Church, Wimbledon, N.Dak.
Catholic churches; Religious dwellings;
Stone church with central tower and house beside it with porch extending the entire front of house.
R.R. Yards and Lower Wilton, N.Dak.
Business districts; Railroad stations; Railroad cars; Grain elevators; Windmills;
Elevated view, likely from grain elevator, looking over railroad tracks, station and business district. In far distance is a church.
Hotels; Business districts;
Elevated view of town Hotel Wilton in foreground.
Presbyterian Church, Willow City, N.Dak.
Presbyterian churches; Steeples; Bell towers; Boardwalks;
Wood church with bell tower over entrance in corner. In distance is a house. Boardwalk runs in front of church.
Main Street, looking west, Willow City, N.D.
Business districts; Carts & wagons;
View down center of business district street with wagons parked along sidewalks.
Killed by the Country Club, Williston, N.D.
Deer; Hunting; Men;
Ten dead deer hanging in front of Model Market with men standing on either side.
Deutsches Evangelische Friedens Gemeinde, New Salem, N.D.
Houses; Religious dwellings; Churches;
Looking down street with house in foreground and wood-frame church in distance.
New Salem, N.D.
View down business district street with several wagons and horses along sidewalk.
Phillips Academy, New Rockford, N.D.
Schools; Church schools; Congregational churches;
Two-story brick building with elevated basement.
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