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Ice floe in street, Mott, N.D.
Floods; Ice; Ice floes; Debris;
After flood waters have receeded, large chunks of ice remain in the streets of Mott, N.D. Damage to fences and trees by the ice are visible.
Ice floe and flood, Mott, N.D.
Floods; Ice; Grain elevators; Churches; Ice floes;
Flooding from the Cannon Ball River in Mott has forced water and chunks of ice into the road. The Western and Mott Equity Exchange elevators are visible in the background, as is a church.
Flooded streets, Mott, N.D.
Floods; Ice; Ice floes; Bridges; Tractors; Grain elevators; Churches;
Three men on a tractor negotiated flooded streets in Mott. Ice is visible in the water. The Rainbow Arch bridge is visible in the water and ice at left, and the Western grain elevator and a church at right....
Greeting cards; Goats; Christmas trees; Christmas presents; Christmas decorations; Christmas cards;
A goat stands next to a decorated Christmas tree with wrapped presents underneath. Inside the card, the goat has eaten the tree and decorations, as well as the wrapped presents.
Elmer Helper on a wild critter, Cheyenne River rodeo
Cowboys; Bulls; Rodeos; Indian reservations; Horses; Crowds; Fences; Automobiles;
Elmer Helper rides a bucking bull at the Cheyenne River annual rodeo while a crowd watches. Another man on horseback is visible to the left of the action, and many people watch from within their vehicles...
Schade family portrait, Bowman County, N.D.
Families; Spouses; Boys; Girls;
Members of the Schade family pose for a family photograph, likely on Otto Schade's homestead in Bowman County, N.D. Identified individuals include Artwin Schade, Eleanor Schade, Elmer Schade, Fritz Schade,...
Threshing crew in Bowman County, N.D.
Threshing; Threshing machines; Harvesting;
Men on a threshing crew work in Bowman County. Identified individuals are Bill Beckman, Hank Blees, Anton Blees, Ted Folske, John Schumate, John Schade, Elmer Schade, and Otto Schade.
Liberty School District baseball team
Baseball; Baseball players; Uniforms; Group portraits;
Boys from the Liberty School District baseball team, located north of Powers Lake, N.D. pose for a team photograph in their uniforms. Boys in the front row hold bats. The boys are identified as, left to...
Mr. and Mrs. John Hagen and family, Willmar, Minn.
Families; Boys; Girls; Spouses; Group portraits;
Mr. and Mrs. John Hagen pose for a family portrait with their sons and daughters. The names of the sons are Carl, Henry, Alfred, William, Peter, and Elmer. The names of the daughters are The girls names...
Elmer Clark on High-Stepper, Elks State Convention, Dickinson, N.D.
Rodeos; Broncos; Horses; Cowboys; Crowds;
Elmer Clark rides the bucking bronc High-Stepper as part of the Elks State Convention rodeo in Dickinson. Many people watch from the sidelines.
Removing overburden of soil from coal in White Earth Valley, N.D.
Coal; Ox teams; Carts & wagons;
Anton Or, Nels and Elmer Blikre, Andrew Estby, Conrad Haugland, and Easton Sletten work to remove soil from coal in White Earth Valley. Teams of oxen help the men accomplish the task.
Carl, Henry, Alfred, William, Peter and Elmer Hagen, Willmar, Minn.
Boys; Families; Suits (Clothing); Portrait photographs;
The sons of Mr. and Mrs. John Hagen pose for a group portrait. All of the boys wear suits. From left to right are Carl, Henry, Alfred, William, Peter, and Elmer (in front).
Masonic Constitutional Convention delegates
Constitutional conventions; Legislators; Fraternal organizations; Eating & drinking;
Masonic members of the North Dakota Constitutional Convention gather for a meal. Left to right are: Elmer Cart (Minot), Kyle Miller (Bantry), Grant Trenbeath (Neche), Myron Wallin (Crosby), Earl Rundle...
Girls dressed as original states, July 4th parade, New England, N.D.
Parades & processions; Floats (Parades); Umbrellas; Fourth of July celebrations; Holidays;
A group of girls dressed in white dresses and holding umbrellas with names of the original 13 states printed on them sit on a decorated float for a 4th of July parade in New England, N.D.
Decorated wagons and animals in the July 4th parade, New England, N.D.
Parades & processions; Floats (Parades); Horses; Carts & wagons; Flags; Holidays; Fourth of July celebrations; Post offices; General stores;
Parked parade wagons and decorated animals and many people on the sidelines. Single story wood frame buildings are in the background. Some of the signs on the buildings read, " W.C. McKenzie, General Merchandise"...
Crowd viewing baseball game, New England, N.D.
Horses; Baseball; Baseball players; Grandstands;
Spectators watch from a grandstand and the sidelines as two baseball teams meet for a game in New England, N.D. The batter and the catcher are visible close to the grandstand area. Several men watch from...
Elephants in the July 4th parade, New England, N.D.
Parades & processions; Elephants; Fourth of July celebrations; Holidays;
Elephants in the New England July 4th Parade wearing signs walking with people in dark clothes going by wood frame stores with false fronts. People watch from the sides of the street.
July 4th parade, New England, N.D.
Parades & processions; Floats (Parades); Flags; Carriages & coaches; Agricultural machinery & implements; Holidays; Fourth of July celebrations;
A view of the animals, floats, binders, carriages, and other entries in the New England 4th of July parade. Many of the buildings and moving objects are decorated with flags and bunting for the occasion....
Band concert after July 4th parade, New England, N.D.
Concerts; Stagecoaches; Horses; Carriages & coaches; Drugstores; Clothing stores; General stores; Fourth of July celebrations; Holidays;
People gather around a square wooden stage area in New England, N.D. for a band concert held after the 4th of July parade. Some people sit in carriages or on horseback. The New England Drug Co., Jessen...
When steel gang entered Mott, N.D.
Men; Women; Railroads; Crowds; Carts & wagons; Railroad locomotives; Photographic postcards;
A crowd of people is gathered to meet the first train that came into Mott. In the center of the crowd the train is visible and people are sitting and standing in wagons trying to get a better look.
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