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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.
Part of Ambrose, N.D.
Elevated view of business district of town with houses and a church in distance, with open prairie beyond.
Part of residence section, Hatton, N.Dak.
Houses; City & town halls; Trees; Lutheran churches; Bird's-eye views;
Elevated view, taken from top of school, looking southeast showing houses. In distance is city hall and St. John Lutheran Church to right of street while to left of street is Zoar Lutheran Free Church...
Elevated view, likely from grain elevator, looking over the town of Pekin. A snow fence is in the foreground with business district and houses in distance. Beyond is open prairie.
Plots, North Dakota Agricultural College
Croplands; Fences; Trees;
View to the northwest from the roof of Morrill Hall. Various plots of crops dominate the view. The white structure, center and forward, is one the tests fences that the Chemistry Department used to determine...
Reaping and binding
Harvesting; Harvesting machinery; Agricultural laborers;
Long row of grain binders extending to horizon in field with man seated on each binder. Man seated on horse observing and another man standing near a binder with three horses.
Rear view of disking with Big 4 tractor
Rear view of Big 4 tractor pulling seven 6 ft. disks hooked in tendem. Unidentified man on tractor.
Elevated view, likely from top of grain elevator, looking over business district and several houses and church at end of town and open prairie beyond.
Reeder, N.D., April '08
Business districts; Railroad tracks;
Slightly elevated view from railroad tracks of row of businesses, with horse-drawn wagon in front of buildings.
Rescue party at Huron, bound together by ropes, searching for missing children
Blizzards; Snow; Winter; Children; Rescue workers; Rescues; Ropes; Death;
Child lying next to another in snow with line of five people holding rope in distance in snow storm. Lead man has arm raised likely indicating that he found the children.
Residence section at Reeder, N.D.
Distant view of houses on open prairie.
Result of overgrazing in a sandy district near Moffit, Burleigh County
Land; Erosion; Fences; Droughts;
View looking across a barren, eroded landscape during drought, with a fence through center of image.
Grain elevators; Business districts;
View from atop hill looking down on town with open prairie and hills in distance. Grain elevators, business district and houses visible.
Sacks and pickers in potato field
Potatoes; Bags; Croplands; Agricultural laborers;
Men standing in a field filling gunny sacks with potatoes. Filled sacks visible to the horizon. Exact location unknown, but likely taken in the Red River Valley near Fargo, N.D.
Scene looking northwest from Ludden, N.D.
Houses; Farms; Railroad tracks;
Elevated view, likely from grain elevator , looking at several houses and a farmstead in distance by body of water.
Schoolmistress compels a pupil to walk all night to prevent freezing
Snow; Blizzards; Teachers; Students; Death
Adult holding closely onto child with snow whirling about them. Location unknown, perhaps in South Dakota.
Section of 1st N.D. Inf. camp, Mercedes, Tex.
Military camps; Tents; Barracks;
Military camp with tents in foreground and distance with buildings in between. Open country in distance.
Seeding with Big 4 tractor
Rear view of Big 4 tractor seeding with four drills hitched in tandem. Man on tractor and one on a drill.
Sentinel Butte, N.D.
Cityscape photographs; Buttes;
View looking down upon the town of Sentinel Butte, N.D. from a bluff. The butte is also visible in the far distance on the horizon.
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