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1. Aerial view of Buffalo River Speedway near Glyndon, Minn. during flood Aerial view of Buffalo River Speedway near Glyndon, Minn. during flood Aerial photographs; Floods; Racetracks; Roads; Aerial over the Buffalo River Speedway showing facility surrounded by flood waters. U.S. Highway 10 is visible running along the top of the image.

2. Aerial over Belmont neighborhood, Fargo, N.D. during flood Aerial over Belmont neighborhood, Fargo, N.D. during flood Floods; Rivers; Neighborhoods; Aerial photographs; Houses; Residential streets; Aerial looking east over the Belmont Park neighborhood surrounded by Red River flood waters. View shows Lindenwood Drive, Elmwood Avenue, South River Road and Linden Avenue. Houses in south Moorhead, Minnesota...

3. Concrete dike along the Heart River, Mandan, N.D. Concrete dike along the Heart River, Mandan, N.D. Dikes (Engineering); Rivers; Industrial facilities; Smokestacks; Water towers; Mills; Flood control; A concrete wall running between the Heart River and Russell-Miller Milling facility. A portion of the mill building is visible with a smokestack and water tower.

4. Video interview with Governor Sinner about Red River flooding Video interview with Governor Sinner about Red River flooding Floods; Journalism; Politicians; Dikes (Engineering); Governors; KXJB reporter Theresa Joy interviews Governor George Sinner regarding flooding along the North Dakota-Minnesota border. Sinner discusses the state of North Dakota's role in flood relief, federal money,...

5. Looking South from the Northern Pacific Railroad yards, Spring flood of 1897,Fargo, N.D. Looking South from the Northern Pacific Railroad yards, Spring flood of 1897,Fargo, N.D. Floods; Houses; Courthouses; Public schools; View looking southeast from the intersection of 13th Street (University Drive) and the N.P. Railroad tracks taken during flood of 1897. Water is visible surrounding houses in the 1100 and 1200 blocks of...

6. News video on residents in the Breckenridge, Minn.-Wahpeton, N.D. area returning to their homes after News video on residents in the Breckenridge, Minn.-Wahpeton, N.D. area returning to their homes after being driven away by Red River flooding Floods; Dwellings; Boats; Journalism; Dikes (Engineering) KXJB news report about residents in the Breckenridge, Minn.-Wahpeton N.D. area returning to their homes after being driven away by Red River flooding. New story introduction by reporter Theresa Joy. Features...

7. Morrill Hall, North Dakota Agricultural College Morrill Hall, North Dakota Agricultural College Buildings; Automobiles; Lampposts; Fire hydrants; Trees; Sidewalks; Front view of Morrill Hall looking toward the west. Automobiles are visible parked to the left in front of the building. Lampposts are also visible as is a fire hydrant to the left of the center lamppost....

8. Morrill Hall, North Dakota Agricultural College Morrill Hall, North Dakota Agricultural College Buildings; Automobiles; Windows; Balconies; Columns; Trees; Front view, looking toward the west, of Morrill Hall. Three automobiles are parked facing the building. Two lampposts are visible on either side of the walk leading to the building.

9. Morrill Hall, North Dakota Agricultural College Morrill Hall, North Dakota Agricultural College Buildings; Trees; Sidewalks; Columns; Balconies; Front view of Morrill Hall, looking slightly to the southwest. To the left of the building and in the air seems to be some type of electrical equipment.

10. Morrill Hall, North Dakota Agricultural College Morrill Hall, North Dakota Agricultural College Buildings; Windows; Balconies; Columns; Trees; Front view of Morrill Hall, looking to the southwest. To the left of the building is a portion of the Power House.

11. Morrill Hall, North Dakota Agricultural College Morrill Hall, North Dakota Agricultural College Buildings; Windows; Balconies; Columns; Trees; Front view of Morrill Hall, looking slightly to the southwest. To the left a portion of the Power House is visible.

12. Ceres Hall and reflection in standing water, North Dakota Agricultural College Ceres Hall and reflection in standing water, North Dakota Agricultural College Dormitories; Reflections; Sidewalks; Lampposts; Cafeterias; Floods; Exterior view of Ceres Hall, women's dormitory and college cafeteria. Cafeteria is located on the first floor of the east side of the builiding. Building is reflected in water in front of the building....

13. Earthen levee along Heart River, Mandan, N.D. Earthen levee along Heart River, Mandan, N.D. Dikes (Engineering); Rivers; Flood control; Levees; Trees; View looking down earthen levee, shortly after construction. There is no vegetation on the levee. The Heart River is visible on the right side of the image. There are trees also visible on either side...

14. N.P.R.R. bridge showing train engines used to weigh down the bridge. N.P.R.R. bridge showing train engines used to weigh down the bridge. Floods; Railroad bridges; Truss bridges; Railroad locomotives; Rivers; View looking at the Northern Pacific Railroad bridge over the Red River of the North, between Fargo, N.D and Moorhead, Minn. during flood of 1897. Three railroad locomotives are visible parked on the bridge...

15. Aerial over Hawley, Minn. during flood Aerial over Hawley, Minn. during flood Aerial photographs; Floods; Cities & towns; Rivers; Aerial looking north over Hawley, Minn. showing the flooded Buffalo River. The Northern Pacific Railroad tracks are visible running at an angle along the left side of the image.

16. Aerial view of flooding at Manitoba Junction, Minn. Aerial view of flooding at Manitoba Junction, Minn. Aerial photographs; Rivers; Railroads; Farms; Floods; Aerial photograph showing flooded Buffalo River at Manitoba Junction, Minnesota. A farm is visible in the lower right corner, and a partially submerged road is visible nearby. The Northern Pacific Railroad...

17. Chesley & Lovejoy Lumberyard at highwater, Fargo, D.T. Chesley & Lovejoy Lumberyard at highwater, Fargo, D.T. Floods; Lumberyards; Grain elevators; Rivers; Lumber; Looking east at Chesley & Lovejoy Lumberyard, east end of 2nd Ave. N. during Red River flood. Union Elevator in background. Lumber floating between buildings. Man standing in foreground.

18. Chesley & Lovejoy Lumberyard at high water from Red River flood, Fargo, D.T. Chesley & Lovejoy Lumberyard at high water from Red River flood, Fargo, D.T. Floods; Lumberyards; Rivers; Lumber; Houses; Looking northwest at Chesley & Lovejoy Lumberyard, east end of 2nd Ave. N. during Red River flood. Residential area in background above water. Lumber floating between buildings.

19. Mrs. Colin Campbell on roof of her flooded house, 106 1st Avenue S., Fargo, N.D. Mrs. Colin Campbell on roof of her flooded house, 106 1st Avenue S., Fargo, N.D. Floods; Roofs; Ladders; Women; Celia Campbell standing on the porch roof of her flooded house surrounded by a pile of household goods.

20. W. H. Best crossing flooded intersection of 8th Street S. and 2nd Avenue S. during flood of 1897, Fargo, W. H. Best crossing flooded intersection of 8th Street S. and 2nd Avenue S. during flood of 1897, Fargo, N.D. Floods; Houses; Residential streets; Men; Wading; View looking across flooded intersection of 8th Street S. and 2nd Avenue S. with the house at 202 8th Street S. visible in the background. William H. Best is wading across the water in the middle of the...
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