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Island Park in Red River Flood, Fargo, D.T.
Floods; Parks; Dwellings; Houses;
View of flooded Island Park and homes on high ground during flood of the Red River, May 1, 1881. View looking down 7th Street S., running along the west edge of the park.
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.
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.
Aerial view of the Missouri River flooding, N.D.
Floods; Water; Rivers; Roads; Aerial views;
Aerial view looking down on flooded land from the Missouri River, probably near Williston, 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.
Flood of 1897, Cavalier County, N.D.
Weather; Water; Transportation; Rural views;
View of a house with two men standing by the doorway, and three women in a boat during the flood of 1897. There is a boardwalk leading down the center from the doorway.
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...
Seth Newman home during flood of 1897, Fargo, N.D.
Floods; Houses; Water; Wooden sidewalks; Ironwork; Fences; Women; Porches;
The Seth Newman home at 221 13th Street S. (University Drive South), Fargo, N.D. during the flood of 1897. Four woman are visible on the open front porch. A wrought iron fence and wooden sidewalk visible...
Floating wood pavers on 8th Street So., Fargo, N.D. during the flood of 1897.
Floods; Wood blocks; Houses; Streets; Residential streets;
View looking south on 8th street S. near the intersection with 2nd Avenue. The street is filled with flood water, with blocks of wood floating on the top. The addresses visible on the right side are 121...
1st Ave. S. from 8th St., 34 feet above low water
Floods; Boats; Streets; Methodist churches; Men;
Looking west on First Avenue South in Fargo with street covered with flood water. Two men in boat pushing it with the paddles and people standing nearby on boardwalk. First Methodist Church in distance....
Bishop Shanley house during flood of 1897, Fargo, N.D.
Mansard roofs; Towers; Floods; Religious dwellings; Catholicism;
View looking across flood waters at the inundated house of John Shanley, Catholic Bishop of the Fargo Diocese. The home is an Italianate style wood frame building with a Mansard roof, and a three and a...
Congregational church during 1897 flood, Fargo, N.D.
Congregational churches; Floods;
View of the First Congregational Church surrounded by flood waters. A man is visible standing next to the church, located at 224 8th Street S., Fargo, N.D.
Old Settlers Grocery in 1897 Fargo flood
Floods; Grocery stores; Men; Storefronts;
Older, bearded man standing in doorway to business with water over his feet. Name of grocery printed on store-front glass. Location of store unknown, but may be building number 94.
Northern Pacific Railroad bridge during flood of 1897, Fargo, N.D. and Moorhead, Minn.
Floods; Railroad bridges; Truss bridges; Rivers; Steeples; Railroad cabooses; Railroads;
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. A caboose and other railroad cars are visible on the bridge....
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...
Fargo College during the flood of 1897, Fargo, N.D.
Universities & colleges; Floods; Schools; Houses;
View showing the northwest corner of Jones Hall at Fargo College, surrounded by flood waters. Houses and Hawthorne School are visible in the background.
Houses in Fargo flood, spring 1897
Floods; Houses; Roofs; Rivers; Privies;
View likely looking southwest from the Front Street (Main Avenue) bridge in Fargo, N.D. showing flooded houses. Far in the background is visible the old waterworks building in Island Park and Jones Hall...
Looking South from P.O.
Floods; Bird's-eye views; Stables; Lumberyards; Hotels; Business education; Courthouses; Public schools; Methodist churches; Cityscape photographs;
Elevated view looking southwest from the top of post office building. The roof top of Marsh & Loomis Livery building extends the full length of the image in the foreground. Also visible is the intersection...
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...
Overview of flood, roofs visible
Floods; Houses; Roofs; Rivers;
Houses and other buildings partially under water, likely taken near the Red River north of Northern Pacific Railroad tracks. Exact location cannot be determined but large building in far distance at right...
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