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1. Zoar Free Lutheran Church, Hatton, N.D. Zoar Free Lutheran Church, Hatton, N.D. Lutheran churches; Churches; Trees; Front view of wood-frame church with center steeple and chapel extending out on side. Young trees along street.

2. Zoar Free Church, Hatton, N.Dak. Zoar Free Church, Hatton, N.Dak. Lutheran churches; Boulevard tree obstructs much of front of wood-sided church with center steeple. East side of structure visible.

3. Ypsilanti, N.D. grain elevators Ypsilanti, N.D. grain elevators Grain elevators; Carts & wagons; Horses; Grain wagons approaching Ypsilanti Farmers Elevator, with other grain elevator beyond.

4. Young people at a picnic Young people at a picnic Picnics; Blankets; Young adults; Eating & drinking; Meadows; Five young men and five youg women gathered around a blanket having a picnic. Tall grass surrounds them.

5. Y.M.C.A. Fargo, N.Dak. Y.M.C.A. Fargo, N.Dak. Young Men's Christian associations; Buildings; Automobiles; View of the Young Men's Christian Association building on the southeast corner of 1st Avenue N. and Roberts Street. The building is a three story brick structure. "Y.M.C.A." is painted on the fan style...

6. Wyndmere, N.D., 1907 Wyndmere, N.D., 1907 Business districts; Elevated view overlooking businesses district, with houses, school and grain elevators in distance; beyond is open prairie.

7. Wright and Stevens Farm Machinery, Crary, N.D. Wright and Stevens Farm Machinery, Crary, N.D. Agricultural machinery & implements; Porches; Metalwork; Windmills; Snow; Men; Horses; Sleds & sleighs; Two story wood frame building with pressed metal siding on front of building. Building has an open porch. On the porch is a windmill top and a group of men. On building parapet is imprinted the date 1902....

8. Wrecked by cyclone, May 29, 09 Langdon, N.D. Wrecked by cyclone, May 29, 09 Langdon, N.D. Ruins; Storms; Tornadoes; Cyclones; Houses; Stairways; Rooms & spaces; Bricks; Ruined brick house with outer walls missing. Rooms and stairway in house visible. Two women and a man standing in the ruins.

9. Wreck on the Soo near Courtney, N.D. Wreck on the Soo near Courtney, N.D. Railroad accidents; Railroads; Railroad passenger cars; Derailed Soo Line Railroad passenger cars tilted and overturned on their side. Four men visible standing on overturned cars at left. A group of women and a dog are visible in the distance.

10. Wreck at Forman, N.D., Feb. 15, 1910 Wreck at Forman, N.D., Feb. 15, 1910 Railroad accidents; Snow; Winter; Men; Group of men standing on railroad car on its side in snow. Other cars in background in snow drifts.

11. World's Largest Visitor's Register, Chahinkapa Park, Wahpeton, North Dakota World's Largest Visitor's Register, Chahinkapa Park, Wahpeton, North Dakota World records; Curiosities & wonders; Books; Autographing; Men; Stands (Furniture); Interiors; Large ledger book propped open on wooden stand with man standing over it. View taken from below the book looking up.

12. World's largest steam locomotive, Mandan, N.D. World's largest steam locomotive, Mandan, N.D. Railroad locomotives; Railroad locomotive on tracks with crowd of men and women standing along side it. Other railroad tracks in foreground.

13. World War I enlistment portrait World War I enlistment portrait Men; Underwear; Man standing in his socks and underwear with studio backdrop, in World War I enlistment portrait.

14. Wool Market, Dickinson, N.D. Wool Market, Dickinson, N.D. Wool; Wool industry; Carts & wagons; Horse teams; Horses; Business districts; Commercial streets; View looking down street in Dickinson, N.D. business district, showing a group of horse-drawn wagons loaded with wool sacks. Sky in postcard is tinted blue.

15. Woodworth, N.D. Woodworth, N.D. Business districts; Hotels; Utility poles; Elevated view looking down business district street, with 'Hotel Woodworth' lettering on roof of two-story building. Utility poles along both sides of street.

16. Woodworth, N.D. Woodworth, N.D. Business districts; Overlooking town from top of hill showing primarily the business district.

17. Woodworth, N.D. Woodworth, N.D. Business districts; Commercial facilities; Commercial streets; Horses; Carts & wagons; Dirt roads; View looking down unpaved street in Woodworth, N.D. showing wood frame commercial buildings with false fronts on both sides of the street. Several horse-drawn wagons are visible in the scene. The building...

18. Woodworth Elevator Co. Woodworth Elevator Co. Grain elevators; Carts & wagons; Horses; Many grain wagons hitched with horses gathered in front of grain elevator to which an addition is being built. Location not given, not positive it is at Woodworth, N.D.

19. Women's Building State Fair Grounds, Fargo, N.D. Women's Building State Fair Grounds, Fargo, N.D. Exhibition buildings; Crowds; Carnivals; Carnival games; Fortune telling; Flags; Exhibition building with Classical Revival features. Building is fronted by two story Ionic columns and balcony. There is an American flag flying from the top of the buildings. In front of the building...

20. Woman seated outside shanty Woman seated outside shanty Huts; Houses; Women; Frontier & pioneer life; Woman seated in chair that is outside shanty. Shanty is elevated on dirt mound and has one window and door visible. Exterior walls appear to be mud-covered. Location unknown, but likely addressed to or...
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