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1. St. Boniface Catholic Church, Walhalla, N.D. St. Boniface Catholic Church, Walhalla, N.D. Religion; Art & Architecture; View of the brick St. Boniface Catholic Church in Walhalla, N.D. There is a large steeple on the front left, and a smaller one on the right, both with crosses on top. The main entrance has staris leading...

2. Diary of William Cuningham Diary of William Cuningham Agriculture; Rural views; Social Life & Customs; A twenty-one page diary of William Cuningham's travels from Boston, MA to various locations in Pembina County during the summer and fall of 1914.

3. Manfred, N.D. on the Soo Manfred, N.D. on the Soo City & Town Life; Rural views; A view from the top of a grain elevator looking out over Manfred, N.D. On the far left is another grain elevator and a main street with a horse and carriage on the road. There are many buildings including...

4. St. Peter Lutheran Church in Minnewaukan, N.D. St. Peter Lutheran Church in Minnewaukan, N.D. Religion; A view of the front and side of the St. Peter Church in Minnewaukan, N.D. The church has a large steeple over the main door, and two smaller steeple one on the left side, one on the right. There are stained...

5. Farmers grain elevator and Soo Line station, Dahlen, N.D. Farmers grain elevator and Soo Line station, Dahlen, N.D. Agriculture; View of the Dahlen Farmers Elevator Co. grain elevators along the Soo railroad line in Dahlen, N.D. The tall grain elevator is in the center, with two smaller red grain elevators on the left, one says...

6. Grain elevator, Washburn, N.D. Grain elevator, Washburn, N.D. Agriculture; Transportation The photograph features the first grain elevator in Washburn, N.D. At right, the words "NORTHERN PACIFIC 19073; AIR BREAK; FLOUR LINE" are painted on the rail car. At center stands the grain elevator with...

7. Bethania Lutheran church 6 miles North of Manfred, N.D. Bethania Lutheran church 6 miles North of Manfred, N.D. Religion; Art & Architecture; A view of a church raised off the ground with boards, ready to be moved. The church has a large steeple over the main door, and one smaller steeple on the left side, the small steeple on the right is missing,...

8. 1st Ave. North, Jamestown, N.D. 1st Ave. North, Jamestown, N.D. City & Town Life; A view looking down 5th Ave. in Jamestown, N.D. On the left is a two story building that has a sign that says "1882, Altschul Block," and another one that says Tobacco, Cigars. There are more storefronts,...

9. Russell Miller Milling Co. on James River, Jamestown, N.D. Russell Miller Milling Co. on James River, Jamestown, N.D. Business & Industry; A view of the James River and the river side of the Russell Miller Milling Co. A grain elevator, mill building, smokestack and other smaller out buildings are visible.

10. Northwest Airlines motion picture film delivery, Jamestown, N.D. Northwest Airlines motion picture film delivery, Jamestown, N.D. Transportation; People; A view of a Northwest Airlines airplane, No. 6, with seven men standing in front of the airplane. The men are wearing collared shirts, ties, and most are wearing hats. There are two boxes on the ground...

11. Founders of Drayton, N.D. Founders of Drayton, N.D. Women; People; Pioneer Era; Portraits; This image shows eleven smaller portraits of the founders of Drayton, N.D. Only two women are pictured here. The individuals wear clothing indicative of the time period.

12. St. Paul's German Lutheran Church, Wimbledon, N.D. St. Paul's German Lutheran Church, Wimbledon, N.D. Religion; A view of St. Paul's German Lutheran Church in Wimbledon, North Dakota. The church is a large wooden building with a stone foundation, a steeple, various windows, a large stairway leading up to the front...

13. Best little city on the Soo Line, Wimbledon, N.D. Best little city on the Soo Line, Wimbledon, N.D. City & Town Life; Religion; Business & Industry; A view of Wimbledon, North Dakota from an elevated location. In the foreground two of the More Brothers machinery shops are visible. The smaller "More Bros. Farm Implements" shop on the left hand side...

14. Ben Gustafson & Son Manufacturing Company building in Moorhead, Minn. Ben Gustafson & Son Manufacturing Company building in Moorhead, Minn. Business & Industry; A view looking across the cobblestone street, the building on the right says "Ben Gustafson & Son Manufacturing Co. Seed Treating Equipment" and then there are two smaller buildings on the left. There...

15. The Commerce, Manufactures, and Progress of Valley City, Dakota The Commerce, Manufactures, and Progress of Valley City, Dakota Business & Industry; Pioneer Era; People; City & Town Life; Communication; Fifty two page booklet on the commerce, manufactures, and progress of Valley City, Dakota Territory.

16. Interior of Northern Pacific Depot, Marion, N.D. Interior of Northern Pacific Depot, Marion, N.D. Transportation; Interior view of the Northern Pacific Railroad depot in Marion, N.D. A man sits at a desk with an open book in front of him. There are papers and books, a lantern, and keys, as well as another desk on...

17. Sawing at Ben Wessels, Park Center, N.D. Sawing at Ben Wessels, Park Center, N.D. Work Life; Six men work at sawing lumber at Ben Wessels in Park Center, N.D. in March 1914. There are large stacks of split wood behind the men, and smaller branches on the left. They are using a log splitting machine....
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