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1. Workmen with picks, axes and spades by bank of river Workmen with picks, axes and spades by bank of river Laborers; Winter; Snow; Rivers; Woodcutting; Woodcutters; Axes; Shovels; Saws; Men; Large group of men wearing winter coats standing in snow by bank of river. Most men holding or leaning on spade, ax, or pick and one with a saw visible. In background is river bed with small flow of water....

2. W. H. Best crossing flooded intersection of 8th Street S. and 2nd Avenue S. during flood of 1897, Fargo, W. H. Best crossing flooded intersection of 8th Street S. and 2nd Avenue S. during flood of 1897, Fargo, N.D. Floods; Houses; Residential streets; Men; Wading; View looking across flooded intersection of 8th Street S. and 2nd Avenue S. with the house at 202 8th Street S. visible in the background. William H. Best is wading across the water in the middle of the...

3. Seth Newman home during flood of 1897, Fargo, N.D. Seth Newman home during flood of 1897, Fargo, N.D. Floods; Houses; Water; Wooden sidewalks; Ironwork; Fences; Women; Porches; The Seth Newman home at 221 13th Street S. (University Drive South), Fargo, N.D. during the flood of 1897. Four woman are visible on the open front porch. A wrought iron fence and wooden sidewalk visible...

4. Floating wood pavers on 8th Street So., Fargo, N.D. during the flood of 1897. Floating wood pavers on 8th Street So., Fargo, N.D. during the flood of 1897. Floods; Wood blocks; Houses; Streets; Residential streets; View looking south on 8th street S. near the intersection with 2nd Avenue. The street is filled with flood water, with blocks of wood floating on the top. The addresses visible on the right side are 121...

5. 1st Ave. S. from 8th St., 34 feet above low water 1st Ave. S. from 8th St., 34 feet above low water Floods; Boats; Streets; Methodist churches; Men; Looking west on First Avenue South in Fargo with street covered with flood water. Two men in boat pushing it with the paddles and people standing nearby on boardwalk. First Methodist Church in distance....

6. Old Settlers Grocery in 1897 Fargo flood Old Settlers Grocery in 1897 Fargo flood Floods; Grocery stores; Men; Storefronts; Older, bearded man standing in doorway to business with water over his feet. Name of grocery printed on store-front glass. Location of store unknown, but may be building number 94.

7. Looking South from the Northern Pacific Railroad yards, Spring flood of 1897,Fargo, N.D. Looking South from the Northern Pacific Railroad yards, Spring flood of 1897,Fargo, N.D. Floods; Houses; Courthouses; Public schools; View looking southeast from the intersection of 13th Street (University Drive) and the N.P. Railroad tracks taken during flood of 1897. Water is visible surrounding houses in the 1100 and 1200 blocks of...

8. Red River of the North Red River of the North Rivers; Waterfronts; Waterworks; View of the Red River of the North taken on the Fargo, N.D. side looking up steam with the old water treatment facility in the distance. Moorhead, Minn. visible on the other side of the river.

9. Looking South from P.O. Looking South from P.O. Floods; Bird's-eye views; Stables; Lumberyards; Hotels; Business education; Courthouses; Public schools; Methodist churches; Cityscape photographs; Elevated view looking southwest from the top of post office building. The roof top of Marsh & Loomis Livery building extends the full length of the image in the foreground. Also visible is the intersection...

10. Looking South from mill, flood Spring of 1897, Moorhead, Minn. Looking South from mill, flood Spring of 1897, Moorhead, Minn. Floods; Smokestacks; Fuelwood; Houses; Elevated view looking southwest from top of Baldwin Flour Mill, near the 300 block of Main Avenue in Moorhead, Minn. showing flooded Woodlawn Park area. Several houses in view under water. Mill smokestack...

11. Overview of flood, roofs visible Overview of flood, roofs visible Floods; Houses; Roofs; Rivers; Houses and other buildings partially under water, likely taken near the Red River north of Northern Pacific Railroad tracks. Exact location cannot be determined but large building in far distance at right...

12. Waterworks during flood of 1897, Fargo, N.D. Waterworks during flood of 1897, Fargo, N.D. Waterworks; Floods; Boats; Debris; Chimneys; View showing old waterworks building along 4th Street S. during flood. Water is up to the roof with brick chimney extending above building. Two people are visible in a boat in the background as is Island...

13. 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"....

14. 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.

15. Too much snow Too much snow Snow; Blizzards; Houses; Women; Snow removal; A woman with a shovel digging out of her house have a blizzard. Drifts of snow nearly cover the entry to the house.

16. 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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