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Dr. D.C. Steele, Fairmount, N.D.
Portraits; People; Medicine
This is a portrait of Dr. D.C. Steele. He wears clothing indicative of the time period and looks into the distance. Notice the pocket watch.
Dr. Helena Wink portrait
Women; Portraits; Health & Medicine;
A portrait of Dr. Helena Wink standing wearing a dress, hat, dark jacket, and holding her gloves in her right hand.
Dr. James P. Aylen portrait
People; Portraits; Medicine
A portrait of Dr. James P. Aylen of Sheldon, North Dakota.
Dr. Moody Veterinarian, Dwight Twp. sheriff of Richland County
People; Business & Industry
This photograph shows Dwight Moody’s horse market. It is a wooden structure with a display window on the left and a large door on the right. In the large doorway, a man stands, holding two horses by...
Dr. Nils Tronnes and others in Norway
Health & Medicine;
A large group of people, mostly men with four women, pose outside for a studio portrait on the steps of the entrance to a building. The men are dressed in suits, bowties, suitcoats, and one has a top hat...
Dr. Nils Tronnes in Norway
Health & Medicine; Portraits;
A group of people, mostly men with two women, pose inside for a portrait. The center man is sitting in a suit, while the rest sit or stand around him wearing white garments. It appears that they are in...
Dr. Olaf Th. Sherping portrait
People; Portraits; Medicine;
A portrait of Dr. Olaf Th. Sherping.
Draft of letter written by Dickinson State Normal School President Samuel T. May
Colleges and universities; Communication;
A draft of a letter offering buffalo horns for sale by Dickinson State Normal School to other institutions. The letter is undated and unsigned but is assumed to be a draft of a letter by Dickinson State...
Dreamland Pavilion, Beulah, N.D.
City & Town Life; Water;
This photograph features the Dreamland Pavilion located on highway 49 south of Beulah, N.D. This wooden building was only one story. In this photograph it is seen as run-down. The rest of the photograph...
Drilling for oil on Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, N.D.
Environment; Work Life; Business & Industry
This oil well takes the focus of the photograph. It extends vertically into the sky. Smoke or dust seem to be moving away from the well to the right. Hills as well as trees are visible too.
Drilling new well, Devils Lake, N. D.
Water; Work Life
View of a truck and machinery drilling a new well northwest of Warwick, N.D. near Devils Lake, N.D.
Dry Goods and Ladies Store, Wahpeton, N.D.
People; City & Town Life; Women;
The interior of the Dry Goods and Ladies Store in Wahpeton, N.D. is shown here. At left, several different types of materials sit on shelves or hang from the ceiling. The store attendants can be seen as...
Dude Ranch in the Valley on the Little Missouri, Medora, N.D.
This photograph shows an aerial view of a large ranch near Medora. Several buildings are seen at right indicating the ranch. Trees and buttes are visible in the background.
Dulle's Cafe after 1928 fire in Harvey, N.D.
City & Town Life;
A view of Dulle's Cafe in Harvey, N.D. after the fire, with ice and debris. The front wall and roof are gone, and the left, right, and back walls are in bad shape falling down and missing windows.
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.”
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....
E. E. Stangler’s Meat Market, Alice, N.D.
People; Pioneer Era;
This photograph features a man in a horse-drawn carriage looking toward the camera. Behind him, a building constructed from brick is positioned. Notice the wooden sidewalk.
E. J. Henry’s Civil War letter
This letter was written by E. J. Henry to his wife while he served in the Civil War. The letter is handwritten on blue paper. He discusses the weather, his camp, his diet, and that he misses his family...
E. K. Myhre Grocery Wagon, Valley City, N.D.
Business & Industry; People; Work Life; Transportation;
Two men and a young boy sit on a grocery wagon pulled by a horse. The side of the wagon reads, "E. K. Myhre Grocery Wagon." Behind them a brick building is visible. A piece of paper is taped to the front...
E. O. Dagman's Car, Enderlin, N.D.
Business & Industry; People;
A group of men and women in front of small wooden structure that was either a bunk car or a cook car run by E.O. Dagman.
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