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1. Hand-fed thresher owned by Henry Disrud, St. John, N.D., one of the first in N.D. Hand-fed thresher owned by Henry Disrud, St. John, N.D., one of the first in N.D. Threshing machines; Demonstrations; Historical reenactments; Harvesting machinery; Harvesting; Seven people gathered around threshing machine with two men feeding cut grain into machine. Belt extends from machine, likely to tractor. Man standing on top of large stack of hay behind threshing machine....

2. Closure of Garrison Dam, June 11, 1953 Closure of Garrison Dam, June 11, 1953 Crowds; Dedications; Dams; Taken behind large crowd of people seated and standing on sloping land towards likely speakers platform. Several buildlings visible in far distance and river banks beyond.

3. Spring seeding time with power drill, the drill is equiped with fertilizer attachment, John Scott farm, Spring seeding time with power drill, the drill is equiped with fertilizer attachment, John Scott farm, Gilby, N.D. Tractors; Agricultural laborers; Croplands; Man seated on IH tractor pulling a John Deere seed drill, driving away from photographer. Bags, likely of fertilizer, on rear platform of drill.

4. John Scott, Gilby, N.D. seeding crop in spring of year, tractor & drill with fertilizer attachment John Scott, Gilby, N.D. seeding crop in spring of year, tractor & drill with fertilizer attachment Tractors; Agricultural laborers; Croplands; Man seated on IH tractor pulling a John Deere seed drill, driving away from photographer. Bags, likely of fertilizer, on rear platform of drill.

5. Field of Durum wheat in shock on farm of Severius Metzger about 10 miles east of Langdon, N.D. Field of Durum wheat in shock on farm of Severius Metzger about 10 miles east of Langdon, N.D. Croplands; Farms; Harvesting; Looking out over field of grain bundles stacked into shocks. In distance is farmstead showing house and barn, surrounded by trees, likely farm of Severius Metzger.

6. Aerial view, Little Missouri River valley, near west edge of Theo. Roosevelt Nat. Mem. Park Aerial view, Little Missouri River valley, near west edge of Theo. Roosevelt Nat. Mem. Park Parks; Buttes; Channels; Rivers; Canyons; Valleys; Broad view of North Dakota Badlands with riverbed visible in bottomland, likely the Little Missouri River.

7. Women playing horseshoe, Fargo, N.D. Women playing horseshoe, Fargo, N.D. Horseshoe pitching; Sports & recreation facilities; Sports; Athletic clubs; Sports spectators; Parks; Women; Four women standing in a row pitching horseshoes. Spectators visible behind them next to a picnic table. Exact date and location unknown, but likely taken in Oak Grove Park in Fargo, N.D. Based on other...

8. Men playing horseshoe, Fargo, N.D. Men playing horseshoe, Fargo, N.D. Horseshoe pitching; Sports & recreation facilities; Sports; Athletic clubs; Sports spectators; Parks; Six men standing in a row pitching horseshoes. Spectators visible standing behind a fence with the words "Fargo Horseshoe Club" painted on it. Exact date and location unknown, but likely taken in Oak Grove...

9. Hand-fed thresher owned by Henry Disrud, St. John, N.D., one of the first in N.D. Hand-fed thresher owned by Henry Disrud, St. John, N.D., one of the first in N.D. Threshing machines; Demonstrations; Harvesting; Harvesting machinery; Historical reenactments; Six people gathered around threshing machine with two men feeding cut grain into machine. Belt extends from machine, likely to tractor. Man standing on top of stack of hay behind threshing machine.
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