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Nels Lodahl's threshing rig on farm near Crosby, N.D.
Threshing machines; Threshing; Steam engines; Automobiles;
Four men in an automobile inspect the setup of a threshing rig at Nels Lodahl's farm near Crosby, N.D. One man operates the steam engine while others stand by the threshing machine.
U.S. Air Force F104 Starfighter on display in front of Harvest House coffee shop, Bismarck, N.D.
Fighter planes; Cafes; Trucks; Station wagons; Shopping centers;
People on bicycles stop to inspect an Air Foce F104 Starfighter fighter plane on display in front of the Harvest House coffee shop at the Kirkwood Mall in Bismarck. Two of the people reach out to touch...
George F. Will at Hidatsa Indian Village Site, N.D.
Historians; Archaeological sites; Hats;
George F. Will bends down to inspect something at a Hidatsa Indian village site, somewhere in North Dakota.
Train Wreck at Medora, N.D.
Railroad accidents; Railroad cars; Snow; Water towers;
Cars from a Chicago and North Western Railway train have been derailed at Medora. Men stand and inspect the tracks. A water tower stands above two of the derailed cars.
William L. Guy and others inspecting pasta products at rededication of North Dakota State Mill & Elevator, Grand Forks, N.D.
Governors; Mills; Pasta products;
Governor William L. Guy and three unidentified men inspect packages of macaroni twirls during a tour at the rededication of the state mill.
Arthur A. Link and Edward J. Klecker at state radio system dedication, Bismarck, N.D.
Radio broadcasting; Communications; Communication facilities;
Governor Arthur A. Link and Director of Institutions Edward J. Klecker inspect some of the new equipment at the new state radio facilities at Fraine Barracks in Bismarck. Several unidentified men are also...
Arthur A. Link and others at dedication of state radio system facilities, Bismarck, N.D.
Radio broadcasting; Communications; Communication facilities; Computers; Telephones;
Governor Arthur A. Link and other men inspect computers and communications equipment at the grand opening of the new VHF state radio communication facilities at Fraine Barracks in Bismarck.
Looking at hatch at November 33 launch facility near Cooperstown, N.D.
Rockets; Military facilities;
People inspect a large open hatch that is part of the November 33 launch facility at the Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile Site near Cooperstown, N.D. The silo door and tracks are to the left of this location....
Arthur Link and Buckshot Hoffner at State Fair booth, Minot, N.D.
Centennial celebrations; Fairs;
Former governor Arthur Link and Buckshot Hoffner stand at a North Dakota Centennial booth at the State Fair in Minot. A man and a woman have stopped at the booth to talk to themen and inspect centennial...
Parked vehicles on 5th Street, Bismarck, N.D.
Automobiles; Police; Crowds; Warehouses;
A large crowd of people have gathered to inspect two lines of vehicles parked on 5th Street in downtown Bismarck. The cars have numbered slips of paper visible on the windshields. Two policemen walk down...
Exhibits in North Dakota Heritage Center, Bismarck, N.D.
Exhibitions; Fur coats; Carts & wagons; Galleries & museums;
Two men inspect an exhibit entitled Fighting Boredom, Not Indians at the North Dakota Heritage Center in Bismarck. A bunk in a log cabin is on display, as well as historic photographs, a tipi, and carts...
Excursion of St. Paul Jobbers' Union at Hughes and Hersey Farm, Arvilla, Dakota Territory
Labor unions; Horses; Carts & wagons; Tourism; Farms;
Men from the St. Paul Jobbers' Union pose for a group portrait on the grounds of the Hughes and Hersey farm at Arvilla. Some stand on the porch, while others pose in the back of open wagons.
Beams for Highline bridge, Valley City, N.D.
Bridges; Railroad bridges; Trestles; Construction; Snow; Winter;
Beams for the construction of the Highline bridge at Valley City roll in on a freight car. Four men inspect the beams.
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