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American troops, probably in France
Winter; Snow; Icicles; Military uniforms; Soldiers; Axes; Pails; Rifles; Military facilities; Military camps;
American soldiers in uniform pose for a photograph outside a building in a camp, likely in France. One of the soldiers holds an axe, another a rifle. One of the kneeling soldiers holds a bucket. Snow covers...
Amidon Hotel, Amidon, N.D.
Hotels; Automobiles; Signs (Notices);
Two men stand outside the Amidon Hotel and read a sign that is propped up behind one of the vehicles parked in the lot. The sign reads: "We burn our coal mines, fossilize our ancestors, petrify our wood,...
Ammunition magazine, Fort Buford, N.D.
Magazines (Military buildings); Forts & fortifications; Military facilities;
A small stone structure serves as the ammunition magazine at Fort Buford. Dry grass surrounds the building.
Ammunition magazine, Fort Totten, N.D.
Forts & fortifications; Magazines (Military buildings); Ammunition;
A whitewashed building on the grounds of Fort Totten serves as the ammunition magazine.
Amy and Phil Prall portrait
Boys; Girls; Children; Portrait photographs;
Amy Prall and her brother Phil pose for a formal portrait wearing white clothes. Amy wears a large bow in her hair.
Amy and Phil Prall with dog Trix in front of house, Brantford, N.D.
Dogs; Churches; Children; Boys; Girls; Snow; Winter;
Amy and Phil Prall stand outside a house with their dog Trix in Brantford, N.D. A church and several houses are visible behind them. The streets are wet, and snow is visible on the ground.
Amy Moors Williams portrait
Dresses; Pearls; Portrait photographs;
Amy Moors Williams poses for a formal portrait wearing a light colored dress and pearls.
Amy Prall and Angora cat, Brantford, N.D.
Girls; Cats; Chairs;
Amy Prall sits on a small chair outside, and holds an Angora cat in her arms.
Amy Prall and baby Phil Prall, Brantford, N.D.
Girls; Boys; Children; Families;
Amy Prall sits outside on the porch of a house and holds her baby brother Phil Prall. The baby wears a white gown.
Amy Prall, Carrie Jensen and Phil Prall in front of Security State Bank, Brantford, N.D.
Banks; Boys; Girls; Children; Families;
Amy Prall, Carrie Jensen, and Phil Prall stand outside the Security State Bank in Brantford, N.D. The name of the bank is visible in the window. The Security State Bank was run by Walter Prall.
Amy Prall, Mary Johnson, and Carrie Jensen in front of house, Brantford, N.D.
Girls; Children; Dresses;
Amy Prall, Mary Johnson, and Carrie Jensen stand in front of a house in Brantford, N.D. All three girls wear dresses.
An ice jam in the Cannonball River, Hettinger County, N.D.
Ice; Rivers; Floods; Homesteading; Wooden buildings; Houses; Barns; Farms; Weather;
A view of an ice jam in the Cannonball River near the Aunger Homestead in Hettinger County, North Dakota. Visible are large blocks of ice which are causing flooding. In the background, a barn and a small...
An old time block house, Fort Berthold, N.D.
Blockhouses; Forts & fortifications; Military facilities;
A postcard view of the reconstructed blockhouse at Fort Berthold.
An open field that saw heavy fighting during World War I, France
Plants; Croplands; Dirt; Battlefields;
A view of a field that was the site of heavy fighting during World War I.
Anderson Block, Bismarck, N.D.
Buildings; Windows; Streets; Electric lines;
This photograph shows a large brick building. It is constructed from brick and has several windows. Notice the electric lines at center. The words "Anderson 1882" can be seen in the brick above the windows...
Anderson children, Bowman, N.D.
Families; Boys; Girls; Horses;
The Anderson children stand outside for a photograph. From left to right are Milton, Lloyd, Elsie, Hazel, Jessie, Wesley (on Dan the horse), and their mother Ellen Holmquist Anderson in the background....
Andreas Ryan portrait
Suits (Clothing); Portrait photographs; Mustaches;
Andreas Ryan poses for a formal portrait wearing a suit and tie.
Andrew A. Bruce portrait
Judges; Lawyers; Portrait photographs; Mustaches;
Andrew A. Bruce sits posed for a formal portrait wearing a dark suit and tie.
Andrew and Olaf Ruden's threshing crew, White Earth, N.D.
Threshing; Threshing machines; Horses; Carts & wagons;
The threshing crew owned by Andrew and Olaf Ruden pause for this photograph during a job near White Earth, N.D.
Andrew H. Burke portrait
Governors; Eyeglasses; Mustaches; Portrait prints;
Andrew H. Burke sits posed for a formal portrait. He wears a dark suit, and a pair of pince-nez are visible in his waistcoat.
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