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Zion Lutheran Church, Minot, N.D.
Lutheran churches; Streets; Sidewalks; Postcards;
A large brick church with steeple directly over the entrance. The street is in the foreground.
YMCA building, Fargo, N.D.
Young Men's Christian associations; Crowds; Charitable organizations; Postcards;
A square, three storey brick building with a crowd standing in front. "YMCA" is painted above the door.
Williston docks, Williston, N.D.
Railroad tracks; Steamboats; Lumber; Pipes (Conduits); Piers & wharves; Postcards;
Pipes and lumber dominate the space between the railroad tracks at the Williston docks. Steamboats are visible moored at the river's edge.
William O. "Big Bill" ("Dad") Hollar with neighbors in buggy
Men; Women; Infants; Boys; Carts & wagons; Horses; Buildings; Agricultural facilities;
William O. "Big Bill" or "Dad" Hollar is seated next to his neighbor's daughter who is holding her nephew, Hollar's neighbor's grandson. Several buildings are visible behind the group in the buggy, which...
William O. "Big Bill" ("Dad") Hollar and in buggy while haying
Men; Farmers; Carts & wagons; Horses; Plants; Croplands; Hats; Hay; Haystacks; Fences; Ladders;
William O. "Big Bill" or "Dad" Hollar is seen on his farm sitting in a horse drawn wagon. Enormous piles of hay can be seen behind him. At the left of the photograph, several horses and a cart are busy...
William O. "Big Bill" ("Dad") Hollar and in buggy
Men; Farmers; Carts & wagons; Horses; Plants; Croplands; Hats;
William O. "Big Bill" or "Dad" Hollar is seen on his farm sitting in a horse drawn wagon. Crops can be seen behind him.
Born 31 July 1854, Hollar was a prosperous farmer, and lived in and around Williston...
When steel gang entered Mott, N.D.
Men; Women; Railroads; Crowds; Carts & wagons; Railroad locomotives; Photographic postcards;
A crowd of people is gathered to meet the first train that came into Mott. In the center of the crowd the train is visible and people are sitting and standing in wagons trying to get a better look.
West Park Avenue, Minot, N.D.
Dirt roads; Residential streets; Utility poles; Houses; Sheds; Postcards; Trees; Wooden buildings; Fences;
A residential neighborhood. Two houses are partially visible on the left. A fence is in front of the first house. A sidewalk runs the length of the street. There are utility poles in the distance. A shed...
Wergeland Monument, Island Park, Fargo, N.D.
Sculpture; Parks; Trees; Postcards;
A view of the Henrik Wergeland statue in Island Park in Fargo. The statue stands upon a base with an inscription that reads: "Henrik Wergeland, born at Christiansand, June 17, 1808, died at Christiania,...
Wedding procession, Williston, N.D.
Weddings; Parades & processions; Men; Women; Children; Horses; Ox teams; Carts & wagons; Business districts; Houses; Dirt roads; Lampposts; Street lights; Hats;
A wedding procession moving down the business district includes a man on a horse at the left of the photograph, a horse-drawn carriage with several people on top, and presumably the bride and groom inside...
Washburn, Weston, and Expansion Steamers
Steamboats; Rivers; Shipping; Photographic postcards;
The steamboats Expansion and Washburn are at Bismarck's steamboat landing. The Weston is visible on the river.
Washburn boat landing, Washburn, N.D.
View of Washburn boat landing showing the marine "leg" or loading chute. To the right a riverboat can be seen approaching the chute. Note the sandbar from which the photograph was taken.
Ward County Hospital, Minot, N.D.
Hospitals; Columns; Balconies; Fences; Chimneys; Trees; Streets; Postcards; Stairways;
A brick hospital building with columns at the entrance. A balcony is visible on the right side. Some trees have been planted in front of the hospital. An iron fence is in the foreground. The view is from...
Ward County Courthouse, Minot, N.D.
Automobiles; Streets; County government; Trees; Stone buildings; Postcards; Sidewalks; Courthouses;
A modern stone courthouse. Two cars are parked in front towards the right. A few trees are around the building.
Walker's Opera House, Fargo, N.D.
Opera houses; Posters; Postcards; Balconies; Columns;
A large brick building with a balcony supported by columns over the entrance. Posters for productions are visible next to the entrances.
Waldorf Square, Fargo, N.D.
Business districts; Commercial streets; Apartments; Hotels; Department stores; Stables; Railroad stations; Carriages & coaches;
View looking north on 7th Street S. showing buildings on both sides of the street and the N.P. Depot at the end. Buildings on the left are the Park Apartment building, the Prescott Hotel, and the Waldorf...
Waldorf Hotel and Fargo House, Fargo, N.D.
Hotels; Photographic postcards;
Images of two brick hotel buildings. The top building is the Waldorf Hotel. The bottom building is the Fargo House hotel.
Villard Street, Dickinson, N.D.
Bakeries; Drugstores; Postcards;
A bakery and drug store are two of the identifiable businesses on Villard Street in Dickinson.
Vignetted portrait of unidentified young man
Portrait photographs; Suits (Clothing); Postcards;
An unidentified man poses for a portrait photograph. He wears a dark suit, and a lapel pin with a cross on it.
View of Wyndmere, N.D.
City & Town Life; Pioneer Era;
This postcard shows a view of Wyndmere, ND. Unpaved roads, residences, and a church can be seen.
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