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1. Reep Motor Company Christmas party, Williston, N.D. Reep Motor Company Christmas party, Williston, N.D. Automobile dealerships; Employees; Holidays; Parties; Eating & drinking; Men; Women; Cafes; A large group of men and women are dining at Sorenson's Cafe for a Reep Motor Company Christmas dinner. Unfortunately none of the names of the diners are known.

2. Reep Motor Company Christmas party, Williston, N.D. Reep Motor Company Christmas party, Williston, N.D. Automobile dealerships; Employees; Holidays; Parties; Eating & drinking; Men; Women; Cafes; A large group of men and women are dining at Sorenson's Cafe for a Reep Motor Company Christmas dinner. Unfortunately none of the names of the diners are known.

3. Reep Motor Company Christmas party, Williston, N.D. Reep Motor Company Christmas party, Williston, N.D. Automobile dealerships; Employees; Holidays; Parties; Eating & drinking; Men; Women; Cafes; A large group of men and women are dining at Sorenson's Cafe for a Reep Motor Company Christmas dinner. Unfortunately none of the names of the diners are known.

4. Reep Motor Company Christmas party, Williston, N.D. Reep Motor Company Christmas party, Williston, N.D. Automobile dealerships; Employees; Holidays; Parties; Eating & drinking; Men; Women; Cafes; A large group of men and women are dining at Sorenson's Cafe for a Reep Motor Company Christmas dinner. Unfortunately none of the names of the diners are known.

5. Army Day parade, Williston, N.D. Army Day parade, Williston, N.D. Crowds; Spectators; Flags; Celebrations; Holidays; Parades & processions; Dogs; Children; Men; Women; Girls; Boys; Throughout the years of World War I, Company L, participated in many community events such as the big Army Day parade, April 6, 1942. Pictured is part of the large crowd, estimated at 3,000, which marched...
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