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Bird's-eye view, Lidgerwood, N.Dak.
Panoramic views; Railroad stations; Houses;
Elevated view, likely from grain elevator, looking over railroad station, railroad cars towards portion of town, primarily residential. Beyond is open prairie.
Houses; Bird's-eye views; Residential streets;
Elevated view looking over residential area in Hensel, N.D. Cropland and groves visible in the distance.
Aerial view of Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Aerial photographs; Aerial views; Lakes & ponds; Pavilions; Cityscapes; Piers & wharves;
Aerial view looking north from the beach front of Detroit Lake, up Washington Avenue toward downtown. Visible on the lakeshore is the Detroit Lakes Pavilion building. There are some piers jutting into...
Lignite, North Dakota
Elevated view looking over town, primarily the business district with some houses visible. Beyond is open prairie.
West side of Main Street, Leith, N.D.
Cityscape photographs; Business districts;
Elevated view of business district with several houses in distance and prairie beyond. Sign on bottom of image reads 'Leith, The best of the growing West. We dairy, raise hogs, corn and all small grains....
Bird's eye view Leonard, N.D.
Business districts; Cityscape photographs; Schools;
Elevated view of business district street with school in background and open prairie in distance. Several houses also visible and a barn or livery stable.
Leith, N.D. 14 April 1911
Elevated view of town showing business street in foreground and other buildings scattered in distance. Beyond is the open prairie.
Bird's eye view of Leeds, N.D. looking south west from elevator
Railroad stations; Cityscape photographs;
Elevated view looking down on railroad station, water tank by railroad tracks and town beyond. In distance is open prairie.
Strip cropping, Emmons County, N.D.
Croplands; Corn; Farming;
Hand tinted print of cropland with long strips alternating between corn and tilled soil.
Birdseye view, Fullerton, N.D.
Elevated view of businesses, several homes in distance and then open prairie.
High school, Forman, n.D.
Schools; Lakes & ponds;
View across body of water of two-story brick building with no other building in image. Beyond school is open prairie.
Wind erosion, likely Emmons County, N.D.
Fences; Erosion; Dirt; Men; Children; Automobiles; Depressions;
A man and child upon drifted dirt along a fence row. There is an automobile visible parked near the couple, with its door propped open.
Man standing by fence row with eroded soil, likely Emmons County, N.D.
Barbed wire; Fences; Erosion; Dirt; Men; Croplands; Depressions;
View looking down barbed wire fence row with eroded soil drifted underneath. There is a man standing in the distance on the left side of fence.
Panoram[a] view no. 3, Beach, N.D. 1912
Business districts; Water tanks;
Elevated view of town businesses, likely from railroad tracks with water tank in foreground. Beyond businesses are houses and open prairie.
Panoramic view no. 2, Beach, N.Dak., county seat, Golden Valley County
Elevated broad view of town with houses, school, businesses and church in view. Beyond is the open prairie.
Bird's eye view, Brinsmade, N.D.
Business districts; Schools;
Elevated view of business district of town with school in background and open prairie beyond.
East side, Ashley, N. Dak.
Houses; Residential streets; Fences; Windmills;
Elevated view of residential area of Ashley, N.D. showing houses, fences, young trees and several windmills. In distance is open prairie.
Part of Ambrose, N.D.
Elevated view of business district of town with houses and a church in distance, with open prairie beyond.
Business districts; Moravian churches;
Elevated view of town with several buildings including a small business district, a church and house in distance and the open prairie beyond. Utility poles visible.
Railroad tracks; Grain elevators; Railroad stations;
Elevated view, likely from top of grain elevator, looking down railroad tracks with depot, grain elevators and businesses in distance. Beyond is the open prairie.
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