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Barrett, Benjamin Harrison, 1889-1984
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Remodeling Hope Reformed Church, Westfield, N.D., Fall 1939
Construction; Carpenters; Churches; Scaffolding; Rafters; Sawhorses; Men; Laborers;
Image of the exterior of church building with construction taking place. There appears to be an addition going onto main church structure. Some carpenters are standing on a scaffold, another is in the...
Temvik Homemakers Club members at 1934 Achievement Day.
Water pumps; Drinking fountains; Eating & drinking; Drinking vessels; Water; Women;
Six women standing in line at a water pump. One woman is pumping water for another who is holding a cup under the spigot. Scene appears to be in a wooded park area. A few automobiles visible in background....
Extension service highway sign, North Dakota State Highway 1, Cavalier County line, near Nekoma, N.D.
Traffic signs & signals; Roads; Young adults; Men;
Four young men standing next to sign along side of a highway. Sign states "Official Marker, N.D. State Highway 1, Entering Cavalier County". Likely taken at border with Ramsey County, looking north.
Pullorum testing on poultry, Emmons County, N.D.
Veterinary medicine; Diseases; Poultry; Poultry houses; Cages; Livestock; Chickens;
Two men standing next to a chicken coop, one appears to be working with a veterinarians medical kit. There are some live chickens strapped to the top of a table. There are also chickens in cages on the...
Wether Lamb class, 1935 4-H Achievement Show, Emmons County, N.D.
Sheep; Boys; 4-H clubs; Crowds; Spectators; Livestock;
Image of boys kneeling down by their lambs lined up in a row. Numerous onlookers are croweded around the scene. There are two buildings visible in the background
Alice Stanley with 2nd prize Wether lamb, 1936 Achievement Show, Emmons County, N.D.
Sheep; Girls; 4-H clubs; Livestock judging; Awards; Blankets; Livestock;
Image of a girl kneeling down by a lamb. The lamb has a blanket over its back. Printed on the blanket are the words "Jack Benny" as well as two 4-H clover symbols.
Automobile driving through cut in snowbank, likely Emmons County, N.D.
Snow; Blizzards; Automobiles; License plates;
Image of an automobile driving through cut in a snowbank. The snow is almost a high as the top of the automobile. The license plate is dated 1932.
Tractor pulling a bus through flood waters, Emmons County, N.D.
Floods; Buses; Tractors; Towing; Farms; Utility poles; Roads; Snow;
Image of a tractor with a bus behind it driving on a flooded road. There are several people standing on road on the far left side of the picture. In the background is visible farm buildings, as well as...
Wind erosion, likely Emmons County, N.D.
Fences; Erosion; Dirt; Men; Children; Automobiles; Depressions;
A man and child upon drifted dirt along a fence row. There is an automobile visible parked near the couple, with its door propped open.
Man standing by fence row with eroded soil, likely Emmons County, N.D.
Barbed wire; Fences; Erosion; Dirt; Men; Croplands; Depressions;
View looking down barbed wire fence row with eroded soil drifted underneath. There is a man standing in the distance on the left side of fence.
Soil erosion, likely Emmons County, N.D.
Erosion; Roads; Automobiles; Dirt; Depressions;
View of a road ditch filled with eroded soil. There is an automoble parked along the side of road.
Polly Ketchum's exhibit at Emmons County Achievement Show, Sept. 23-24, 1938.
Exhibitions; Exhibit booths; Exhibition posters; People; Interiors; Photographic prints; Maps; Spectators;
People visiting an exhibit dedicated to rural electrification set up inside of a venue. The exhibit appears to contain photographs, maps and other informational materials.
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