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E. E. Barry’s threshing rig, rural Pembina, N.D.
Agriculture; People; Work Life; Rural views
This photograph provides an up close view of a thresher. Two agricultural workers pose on the machine wearing clothing indicative of the time period. Notice the oil can in the hand of the man on bottom....
Jim Hill farm, Pembina, N.D.
Agriculture; Rural views; Pioneer Era; Photography; Work Life;
View of a large number of people working on the Jim Hill farm in Pembina, N.D. In the foreground men are working at collecting wheat, on the right two women sit in a cart with a young girl, and two boys...
Office of the County Auditor, Pembina, N.D.
Business & Industry; Politics & Government; Work Life
An interior view of the County Auditors office. There are bookcases, books, written records, ink wells, adding machines, a telephone, and a calendar on the wall. William W. Felson the county auditor sits...
E.E. Barry Garage, Pembina, N.D.
Business & Industry; Work Life;
Front and side view of the E.E. Barry Garage with four men standing out front. There are signs on the building advertising that say "E.E. Barry Garage, Lincoln Ford, Fordson Dealer. FISH Tires. Accessories....
Charles T. Cavileer as Santa Claus, Pembina, N.D.
City & Town Life; Weather;
View of Charles T. Cavileer dressed as Santa Claus standing, with a dog by his side, on the main street in Pembina, N.D. On the left is the post office, and in the background other buildings and storefronts...
Court House, Pembina, N.D.
Court houses; City & Town Life; Rural views; Pioneer Era; Politics & Government; Education;
View of the two storey courthouse, on the left, and the one storey County superintendent of schools office, on the right, in Pembina, N.D. before 1912. There are trees and a few buildings in the background,...
Pembina School, Pembina, N.D.
The main focus of this photograph is the dog seen at center. At right the Pembina School can be seen. It is a large wooden structure with a bell tower. In the background several residences are visible....
9th Annual Teachers Convention in 1893, Pembina, N.D.
Education; People; Pioneer Era; Portraits;
Group portrait of the teachers at the 9th Annual Teachers Convention in 1893 in Pembina, N.D. There is a large group, about 4 rows, of men and women standing and sitting in front of a brick building and...
Elmer E. Barry family portrait
People; Portraits; Women
Interior view of the Elmer E. Barry family. Elmer Elsworth Barry sits on the right wearing a suit, while his daughter Margaret Bernice Barry (Cummings) stands by his knee. His daughter Frances Elizabeth...
E. E. Barry Blacksmith Shop, Pembina, N.D.
People; Work Life
The Barry Blacksmith Shop of Pembina is seen here. It is a wooden building with a large door. Three young men stand in the doorway and the sign reads “E. E. Barry Blacksmith Shop.”
Remains of bank after 1895 fire in Neche, N.D.
Pioneer Era; Business & Industry; Rural views;
View of the bank after it had burned down in the 1895 fire in Neche, N.D. There is a lot of rubble and debris, and a few bits of wall still stand. There are other buildings and roofs in the distance. One...
Courtroom during murder trial, Pembina N.D.
Politics & Government; People; Court houses;
Interior view of the courtroom in the Pembina, N.D. Courthouse during a murder trial. The Judge sits on the right behind a desk, with a picture of President Theodore Roosevelt above the Judge's head. There...
Charles Cavileer portrait
Portraits; People; Pioneer Era;
Studio portrait of Charles Cavileer seated holding a cane. He is wearing a suit and a hat.
Red River ferry, Pembina, N.D.
View of the Red River with a wooden ferry going across it carrying four men. There is a small shack on the left side of the ferry, and a little boat tied to the back left corner. The shoreline on the other...
Red River at Pembina, N.D.
This photograph shows the Red River at Pembina, N.D. Notice the cable extending across the middle of the photograph. This was used for cable ferries to cross the river.
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