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Red River and Great Northern Bridge, Fargo, N.D.
Railroad bridges; Rivers; Trees; Postcards;
A bend in the river leads to a railroad bridge in the distance. Both shores are wooded.
U.S. Highway 10 bridge between Fargo, N.D. and Moorhead, Minn.
Bridges; Roads; Street lights; Sidewalks; Trees; Buildings;
A bend in the road leading to a bridge. The city of Moorhead is visible on the other side. There are sidewalks and streetlights on both sides of the street. Trees grow along the river.
Catholic Nun with boys in garden, Fort Yates, N.D.
Gardening; Boys; Nuns;
A Benedictine nun and schoolboys work in the garden at Fort Yates. Benedictine nuns arrived in 1878 to start a boarding school at Fort Yates for older girls and young boys.
Patterson Hotel billboard, Bismarck, N.D.
Hotels; Advertisements; Billboards;
A billboard for the Patterson Hotel in Bismarck advertises "Rooms with bath $1.50 and up" and "Special rates to tourists with families." The sign also proclaims the Patterson to be "positively the only...
Patterson Hotel billboard, outside Fargo, N.D.
Billboards; Hotels; Barns; Plants; Advertisements;
A billboard likely located outside Fargo, N.D. advertises the Patterson Hotel located in Bismarck. The billboard reads "200 miles west you will find the only fireproof hotel in Bismarck. Ed. Patterson,...
Enjoy North Dakota Open Year Round sign
Billboards; Advertisements; Grasses;
A billboard located somewhere in North Dakota proclaims: Enjoy North Dakota Open year round.
Bird's eye view of Grand Forks, Dakota
Bird's-eye view prints; Railroad bridges; Swing bridges; Ferries; Stern wheelers;
A bird's eye view of Grand Forks in 1880. A swing-style railroad bridge, riverboats, and ferries are visible in addition to some of the buildings of the town.
Bird's eye view of Mandan, Dak., county seat of Morton Co.
Bird's-eye view prints; Railroad roundhouses; Brick industry; Railroad stations;
A bird's eye view of Mandan, showing houses and streets, the Heart River, and landmarks including the railroad roundhouse, and brickyard. Insets include drawings of the Northern Pacific Depot, and Hagers...
Constitutional Convention delegates seated in House chamber, Bismarck, N.D.
Constitutional conventions; Legislators; Capitols;
A bird's eye view of North Dakota Constitutional Convention delegates seated in the North Dakota House chamber in Bismarck. Members of the public are visible in the balcony, and behind the public gallery....
View of the city of Bismarck, Dak., capital of Dakota and county-seat of Burleigh County, 1883
Bird's-eye view prints; Prisons; Schools; Capitols; Railroad bridges;
A bird's eye view of the city of Bismarck in 1883. Insets include drawings of the Northern Pacific railroad bridge, the penitentiary, a high school, and the capitol building.
Bird's-eye view, 151st Infantry Brigade quarters, Camp Devens, Mass.
Military facilities; Barracks; Postcards; Bird's-eye views;
A bird's-eye view of quarters of the 151st brigade at Camp Devens in Massachusetts.
Bird's eye view, Jamestown, N.D.
Bird's-eye views; Houses; Churches; Wooden buildings; Postcards;
A birdseye view of Jamestown shows many wooden building, churches, and a large open greenspace in the foreground.
Birdseye view of Plaza, N.D.
Bird's-eye views; Hotels; Furniture stores; Drugstores; Wooden buildings; Postcards;
A birdseye view of the town of Plaza shows many wooden buildings, including a hotel, furniture store, and drug store.
Bus driver, Bismarck, N.D.
Bus drivers; Buses; Advertisements;
A Bismarck bus driver sits posed for a photograph in his bus. Advertisements for Corwin-Churchill Motors, and signs displaying the fare and route schedules are also visible.
Sylvanus Marriage Octagonal barn, aerial view, New Rockford, N.D. vicinity
Barns; Trucks; Trees; Fences; Outbuildings; Utility poles;
A black and white aerial image of the Sylvanus Marriage Octagonal Barn near New Rockford. A large shelterbelt can be seen behind the barn, while several outbuildings are in front of it. Three older looking...
Blacksmith with car in shop, Dunn County, N.D.
Blacksmiths; Forge shops; Barrels; Anvils; Automobiles;
A blacksmith and another man stand inside a blacksmith's shop located somewhere in Dunn County. An automobile, partially covered, is visible at right.
Blockhouse at Fort Abercrombie, N.D.
Postcards; Blockhouses; Forts & fortifications; Military facilities;
A blockhouse at Fort Abercrombie with the fort walls extending from both sides.
Bowbells High School class portrait, Bowbells, N.D.
Students; Teachers; Group portraits;
A Bowbells High School class gathers for a class portrait. A man sitting in the middle of the front row appears to be the teacher.
Young boxer Tinneville portrait
Portrait photographs; Boxers (Sports); Athletes;
A boxer identified only as Tinneville poses for a portrait wearing a striped athletic outfit.
Golden Rule float in parade, Hettinger, N.D.
Parades & processions; Floats (Parades); Flags; Dogs; Stores & shops; Children; Crowds;
A boy and a dog ride on the hood of a car decorated for a parade in Hettinger, N.D. The float represents the Golden Rule store, owned by Gunard Ramstead and the Anderson Sisters. Children watch the parade...
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