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1. Bishop Shanley house during flood of 1897, Fargo, N.D. Bishop Shanley house during flood of 1897, Fargo, N.D. Mansard roofs; Towers; Floods; Religious dwellings; Catholicism; View looking across flood waters at the inundated house of John Shanley, Catholic Bishop of the Fargo Diocese. The home is an Italianate style wood frame building with a Mansard roof, and a three and a...

2. William H. White residence, Fargo, N.D. William H. White residence, Fargo, N.D. Houses; Porches; Two and a half story wood frame Queen Anne style house with ivy covered wrap around front porch. House has multiple gables and a balcony extending from the attic level of the house.

3. Fargo - The Bank of Fargo Block Fargo - The Bank of Fargo Block Banks; Commercial facilities; Engraving of three story Gothic style brick commercial building with two Oriel windows on the side. Signs painted on side of building state "Bank of Fargo. Chas Sweatt & Co. Law Offices of Miller & Green"....

4. Martin Hotel during the flood of 1897, Fargo, N.D. Martin Hotel during the flood of 1897, Fargo, N.D. Floods; Hotels; View showing the north side of the Martin Hotel, a four and a half story brick building with Oriel windows and towers. The building is surrounded by flood water.

5. Fargo, N.D. The Biggest Little City in the World Fargo, N.D. The Biggest Little City in the World Color postcard viewbook showing 16 scenes from Fargo, N.D. Two images on the viewbook cover are the Masonic temple and the Waldorf Hotel.
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