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1. Aerial view of Missouri River, Big Bend area, just above Garrison Dam site Aerial view of Missouri River, Big Bend area, just above Garrison Dam site Rivers; Channels; Trees; Cliffs; Valleys; Missouri River going into distance with trees on the bottomland and eroded bluffs on right side.

2. Aerial view, Little Missouri River valley, near west edge of Theo. Roosevelt Nat. Mem. Park Aerial view, Little Missouri River valley, near west edge of Theo. Roosevelt Nat. Mem. Park Parks; Buttes; Channels; Rivers; Canyons; Valleys; Broad view of North Dakota Badlands with riverbed visible in bottomland, likely the Little Missouri River.

3. American State Bank, Minot, N.D. American State Bank, Minot, N.D. Banks; Interiors; Business & finance; Employees; Lighting; Lobbies; Interior of bank lobby with people at teller windows on two sides, with customer standing a one teller station. Flourencent lights hang from ceiling.

4. Badlands in north Theo. Roosevelt Nat. Mem. Park Badlands in north Theo. Roosevelt Nat. Mem. Park Buttes; Trees; Canyons; Valleys; Looking out over broad expanse of the North Dakota Badlands with buttes and trees visible.

5. Badlands in north Theodore Roosevelt Nat. Mem. Park Badlands in north Theodore Roosevelt Nat. Mem. Park Parks; Buttes; Looking out over broad expanse of the North Dakota Badlands with buttes and trees visible.

6. Baldhill Dam, Barnes Co., north of Valley City Baldhill Dam, Barnes Co., north of Valley City Rivers; Dams; Lakes & ponds; Aerial photographs; Aerial view looking north over the Sheyenne River with Baldhill Dam on river, creating Lake Ashtabula. Roads on either side of dam and broad view looking far into horizon.

7. Bridge over Missouri River at Sanish, N.D. Bridge over Missouri River at Sanish, N.D. Bridges; Rivers; Trees; Bridge crossing the Missouri River with part of Sanish, N.D. visible on extreme right. Missouri River continues in wide bend beyond bridge.

8. Broadway in Fargo, (N.D.) Broadway in Fargo, (N.D.) Streets; Railroads; Railroad tracks; Railroad crossings; Railroad locomotives; Railroad cars; Automobiles; Roads; Street lights; City & town life; Buildings; People; Business districts; Elevated view of Broadway in Fargo. Looking north. Many automobiles and people can be seen. A train is crossing Broadway and the crossing arms are down. Many businesses can be seen.

9. Burning Sump Pit, Tioga (N.D.) Burning Sump Pit, Tioga (N.D.) Smoke; Fire; Oil wells; Petroleum industry; Elevated view of a burning sump pit at an oil well. Large amount of smoke. Buildings can be seen.

10. Cattle on feed, Morris Thompson, Hillsboro, N.D. Cattle on feed, Morris Thompson, Hillsboro, N.D. Cattle; Animal feeding; Houses; Herd of cattle eating feed from wooden feeder. Behind them is a farm house. Serveral automobiles and other buildings in distance.

11. Cedar Canyon, west of Belfield, N.D. at edge of Theo. Roosevelt Nat. Mem. Park Cedar Canyon, west of Belfield, N.D. at edge of Theo. Roosevelt Nat. Mem. Park Parks; Buttes; Trees; Roads; Canyons; Road visible winding among eroded buttes in the North Dakota Badlands.

12. Chateau De Mores, Medora, N.D. Chateau De Mores, Medora, N.D. Historic buildings; Houses; Porches; Shutters; Homes & haunts; Taken from down hill looking up towards two-story wood frame house, with open porch on two sides of house. The shutters on the windows are of reddish color.

13. Clarence Iverson oil well, about 9 miles south of Tioga, N.D. This was the first successful oil well Clarence Iverson oil well, about 9 miles south of Tioga, N.D. This was the first successful oil well drilled in North Dakota Beaver Lodge Oil Field Oil wells; Petroleum industry; Natural gas; Oil well with several oil storage tanks visible. Also visible tower in distance burning off natural gas and other towers and small building.

14. Clay formations, North Roosevelt Park Clay formations, North Roosevelt Park Landscape photographs; Buttes; Erosion; Canyons; Slightly elevated view of eroded hills in north unit of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

15. Closure of Garrison Dam, June 11, 1953 Closure of Garrison Dam, June 11, 1953 Crowds; Dedications; Dams; Taken behind large crowd of people seated and standing on sloping land towards likely speakers platform. Several buildlings visible in far distance and river banks beyond.

16. Cultivating a Sugar Beet Field near Grafton Cultivating a Sugar Beet Field near Grafton Farmers; Croplands; Beets; Sugar; Tractors; Farming; A farmer seated on a McCormick Farmall tractor, cultivating a sugar beet field.

17. Curio store west of Belfield at Cedar Canyon Curio store west of Belfield at Cedar Canyon Souvenir shops; Vines; Flags; Tourism; Stone buildings; Vine-covered one-story stone building with American flag flying in front. Large sign beside entrance and 'Cedar Canyon' sign above entrance.

18. Custer Trail Ranch, near Medora, N.D. Custer Trail Ranch, near Medora, N.D. Farms; Aerial views; Barns; Ranches;

19. Dedication ceremony, Theo. Roosevelt Nat. Mem. Park, June 4, 1949, portrayal of Gen. Sully's men Dedication ceremony, Theo. Roosevelt Nat. Mem. Park, June 4, 1949, portrayal of Gen. Sully's men Historical reenactments; Tipis; Parks; Dedications; Two tipis below hill with people gathered around one of the tipis.

20. Dilland oil well, located in Beaver Lodge field, south of Tioga, N.D. Dilland oil well, located in Beaver Lodge field, south of Tioga, N.D. Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry; Trucks; Oil well, partially enclosed, with truck beside it and other out buildings visible.
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