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    • Automobiles; Department stores; Hardware stores; Automobile service stations; Bars; Motion picture theaters; Cafes; Public utility companies; Drugstores; Banks; Grocery stores;
    • Cars are parked at businesses along both sides of Main Street in Rugby. At left, Jacobson's Department Store, a clothing store, a Red Owl store, a hardware store and a service station are visible. On the right, A furniture store, the Lyric...
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    • Street railroads; Street railroad tracks; Streets; Automobiles; General stores; Street lights; Sidewalks; Cafes; Jewelry stores; Clothing stores; Shoe stores;
    • View of storefronts on both sides of the street. Stores include general, photographer, cafe, clothing, shoe, and jewelry stores. A trolley is visible at center. Cars are parked on the right side of the street. Wide sidewalks and streetlights...
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    • Automobiles; Automobile dealerships; Automobile service stations; Department stores; Hardware stores; Hotels; Cafes; Bakeries; Law offices; Drugstores; Public utility companies; Motion picture theaters; Fraternal lodges;
    • Cars are parked in front of businesses on both sides of Main Street in Rugby, N.D. At left, a car dealership, service station, Jacobson's Department Store, a Red Owl Store, a hardware store, and a service station are visible. On the right, the...
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    • Motion picture theaters; Automobile service stations; Cafes; Bars; Drugstores; Appliance stores; Bakeries; Clothing stores; Banks; Grain elevators; Mills; Automobiles; Public utility companies;
    • A view from the roof of a building on Main Street in Rugby shows some of the businesses located in the area. The Lyric Theater, a cafe, a Rexall Drugs store, Otter Tail Power Co., an appliance store, a bar, Merchants Bank, Cora's Fashions, Rugby...
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    • Storefronts; Shoe stores; Billiard parlors; Real estate business; Streets; Street lights; Automobiles; Carts & wagons; Horses; Tailor shops; Butcher shops; Grocery stores; Decorations;
    • View of storefronts on both sides of the street. There is a car in the middle of the street and sevearl horses and wagons parked to the right. Streetlights run on both sides. Decorative flags hang between the buildings.
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    • Lumberyards; Hardware stores; Banks; Bakeries; Meat industry; Restaurants; Confectioneries; Real estate development;
    • Horses and carts are parked in front of several businesses on Van Hook's Main Street. From left are the Erickson-Hellekson Lumber Co., Ulrich Hardware Co., the First State Bank, the American State Bank, and the Van Hook Bakery. On right the Van...
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    • Panoramic views; Banks; Lumber industry; Hardware stores; Mercantile facilities; General stores; Drugstores; Automobile service stations; Newspapers; Cafes; Billiard parlors; Restaurants; Bakeries; Hotels; Water pumps;
    • Many businesses are visible in this panoramic photograph of Sanish, N.D. Starting at left, are the Erickson-Helleckson Lumber Company, Peoples State Bank, Selvig Mercantile Company, a hardware store, a drug store with people sitting on the front...
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    • Land use; Railroad companies; Farming;
    • Pamphlet from the Soo Line Railroad advertising free land available to settlers in North Dakota and highlighting the climate, the markets, schools and churches, and the advantages of Ward, McHenry, Wells, McLean, Pierce, LaMoure, Dickey, Logan,...
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    • Fire fighters; Meetings; Motion picture theaters; Bars; Automobile dealerships; Automobile service stations; Newspapers; Barbershops;
    • Men attending the State Firemen's Convention in Mott, N.D. gather for a group portrait on Brown Avenue, in front of the Playhouse Theatre, where the movie The Hitch Hiker is advertised. Other visible businesses include the Wolf Den bar, Schatz...
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    • Grain elevators; Business enterprises; Real estate development; Mercantile facilities; Utility poles; Cityscape photographs; Horses; Horse teams; Carts & wagons; Wooden buildings; Lodging houses; Restaurants;Banks;
    • A view of Mott, North Dakota in 1910. Visible are three grain elevators, each with the name of the respective company ("Barth Grain Co.," Western Grain Co.," and "Columbia Elevators") painted on the side. Also visible are various businesses,...
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    • Billiard parlors; Law offices; Meat industry; Hardware stores; Dental offices; Carts & wagons; Real estate development; Cafes;
    • A view of the businesses on Front Street in Beach, N.D. A pool hall, Beach Land & Loan Co., Miller Law Office, Kellogg's Meat Market, the Wisconsin Cafe, Chas. Glatt's Modern Economy Store, a hardware store, and dentist's office are visible. Many...
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    • Carts & wagons; Horses; Men; Utility poles; Sidewalks; Streets; Storefronts; Window displays; Banking industry; Clothing stores; Hardware stores; Dental offices; Banks;
    • A large brick building featuring stores on the ground floor and offices on the upper levels. Three other buildings are visible to the right. Men are scattered on the sidewalk in front of the storefronts. There is a wagon parked on the street at...
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    • Banks; Grocery stores; Trees; Railroad freight cars; Railroads; Railroad tracks; Department stores; Photographic studios; Real estate business; Bird's-eye views; Business districts; Commercial streets;
    • Overview of part of the business district. Bismarck Grocery Company, G. J. Keenan Land Co., Bismarck Bank, Butler Studio and Webb Brothers are among the businesses visible. Railroad tracks and freight cars are in the foreground. The rectangular...
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    • Bars; Department stores; Cleaning establishments; Drugstores; Bowling alleys; Automobile dealerships; Automobile service stations; Telephone booths;
    • A view of the corner of 1st Avenue and Main Street in Dunseith, N.D. A stationwagon pulling a travel trailer drives in the road, along with many other cars. Visible businesses include the American-Canadian Bar, Hosmer's Department Store, a...
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    • Speculative houses; Drugstores; Streets; Carts & wagons; Carriages & coaches; Storefronts; Street lights; Postcards; Sidewalks;
    • A street scene looking straight down the street. Storefronts are partially visible on both sides. There are many wagons and carriages parked on the street, mostly on the right side. People are scattered on the sidewalks. Street in the...
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    • Postcards; Storefronts; Automobiles; Carts & wagons; Horses; Wooden buildings; Newspaper industry; Drugstores; Banks; Banking industry; Hotels; Butcher shops; Dirt roads;
    • View of storefronts on both sides of the street. The building at the end of the street is the First National Bank. The first building on the right is the newspaper office. People stand on both sidewalks. A horse and wagon is visible on the...
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    • Railroad shops & yards; Railroad stations; County government; Jails; Business districts; Pedestrian bridges; Rivers; Boats; Piers & wharves; Postcards; Wooden buildings; Residential streets; Houses;
    • A composite postcard. The images are, clockwise from right corner, Ward County Courthouse and Jail, unidentified street, Minot Milling Co., Russell-Miller Milling Co., Great Northern Depot, Main Street, boat landing and entrance at Wildwood Park,...
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    • Butcher shops; Grain elevators; Banks; Law offices; Streets; Trees; Business districts; Utility poles; Postcards;
    • A large brick building containing a bank on the ground floor and law offices above. Trees and utility poles run along the street to the left. To the right of the building is a smaller building containing a butcher shop. A grain elevator can be...
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    • Carts & wagons; Sidewalks; Banks; Real estate business; Drugstores; Utility poles; Dirt roads; Postcards;
    • View of a business district. People walk along the sidewalks. Two carts are visible in the distance. The street is dirt. The first building on the left, the First National Bank, has a dome on part of the roof.
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    • Courthouses; Awnings; Horses; Children; Drugstores; Millinery; General stores; Hardware stores; Hotels; Wooden sidewalks;
    • Several children play in the middle of an unpaved Main Street in Rugby. One person rides a horse in the street, and men congregate in front of several businesses at right. At the far end of the street, the wooden Pierce County Courthouse is...
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    • Hotels; Drugstores; Carts & wagons; Storefronts; Business districts; Utility poles; Streets; Sidewalks; Dirt roads; Drugstores; Clothing stores; Postcards;
    • A view of Minot's business district. The first building on the left is the Leland Parker Hotel. There are storefronts on both sides of the street. Many wagons are parked on both sides of the street. People are on the sidewalks. A building with...
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    • Furniture stores; Drugstores; Clothing stores; Banks; Cafes; Business districts; Streets; Street lights; Sidewalks; Automobiles;
    • View of storefronts on both sides of the street. Cars, both parked and under way, crowd the street. A few people are on the sidewalks or crossing the street. A statue is in the foreground atop a pedestal.
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    • Streets; Dirt roads; Sidewalks; Utility poles; Horses; Carts & wagons; Carriages & coaches; Storefronts; Law offices; Hardware stores; Hotels; Furniture stores; Postcards;
    • Postcard showing storefronts on both sides of the street. The street is unpaved. There are sidewalks and utility poles running along both sides. Several horses and carriages are parked on both sides. In the distance three cars are parked, one...
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    • Bicycles & tricycles; Automobiles; Motion picture theaters; Cleaning establishments; Bars;
    • Two girls on bicycles wait to ride across 2nd Street East in Rolla, N.D. Businesses along Main Avenue are visible behind them, including the Rolla Laundromat, several bars, the Spinning Wheel, and Curt's Theatre. Cars drive on Main Avenue, and...
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    • Schools; Aerial photographs; Water towers; Houses; Bridges; Rivers;
    • A view of Medora, N.D. from an elevated location. Visible at left is the DeMores School, and the Chateau de Mores in the distance. Buildings are visible downtown, along with many houses, a bridge over the Little Missouri River, and the chimney...
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