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Harold Lloyd promotion in front of Orpheum Theater, Williston, N.D.
Motion picture theaters; Motion picture audiences; Sailors; Hats; Children; Advertisements; Signs (Notices);
Children in sailor hats line up for a picture in front of the Orpheum Theater to celebrate the opening of the Harold Lloyd film “A Sailor-Made Man.” A picture of Lloyd is visible on the front of the...
Mr. and Mrs. Eidsness celebrating 25th wedding anniversary in front of their house, Williston, N.D.
People; Men; Women; Sidewalks; Flower arrangements; Flowers; Children; Group portraits; Porches; Clothing & dress; Boys; Girls; Houses; Anniversaries; Family; Families; Pioneers;
Large group portrait of men, women and children standing and sitting in front of a two story house. In the center sit a man and woman, Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Eidsness with a table and flower arrangements in...
Trailer with crane accident on Lewis & Clark bridge, Williston, N.D.
Bridges; Boys; Signs (Notices); Trucks; Spectators; Crowds; Cowboy hats; People; Hoisting machinery; Roads; Roadblocks; Men; Children; Accidents; Bridge failures; Destruction & pillage; Trailers;
View of a trailer with a Wide load sign and a crane tipped over on the Lewis & Clark Bridge between Williams and McKenzie Counties, near Williston, N.D. Two boys wearing cowboy hats are holding a sign...
Lewis & Clark Bridge, Williston, N.D.
Water; Bridges; Rivers; Truss bridges; Clouds;
View of the Lewis & Clark Bridge over the Missouri River between Williams and McKenzie Counties near Williston, N.D.
New and old Lewis & Clark Bridges, Williston, N.D.
Water; Bridges; Rivers; Aerial views; Truss bridges; Demolition; Roads; Automobile travel;
View of the new and old Lewis & Clark Bridges over the Missouri River between Williams and McKenzie Counties near Williston, N.D. One truss of the old bridge has collapsed or was being taken down. The...
Montana Dakota Power Co. laying gas Pipeline across Lewis & Clark Bridge, Williston, N.D.
Water; Bridges; Rivers; Truss bridges; Men; Pipelines; Public utility companies; People; Roads;
View of people working on the far left side of the Lewis and Clark Bridge over the Missouri River between Williams and McKenzie Counties near Williston, N.D. These people, both on the bridge deck and in...
Aerial view over the Missouri River as Ice breaks up near Williston, N.D.
Water; Bridges; Ice; Rivers; Aerial views; Truss bridges;
Aerial view overlooking the ice breaking up in the Missouri River and a four truss bridge, probably the Lewis & Clark Bridge between Williams and McKenzie Counties, near Williston, N.D.
Lewis & Clark bridge and the breaking up of the Missouri River, Williston, N.D.
View overlooking the Lewis & Clark Bridge and the ice breaking up in the Missouri River between Williams and McKenzie Counties, near Williston, N.D.
Flooding near Trenton and Buford, N.D.
Floods; Water; Aerial views; Croplands; Farms; Roads; Rivers;
Aerial view looking down on the flooded bottomlands from the Missouri River near Trenton and Buford, N.D. in March of 1953. Flooded fields, farms and roads are visible.
Fire, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Williston, N.D.
Fire engines; Fire fighters; Fire fighting; Firefighting equipment; Fire helmets; Fires; Churches; Debris; Hoses; Men; Ladders; Trucks;
The Williston Fire Department truck is visible on the right half of the photograph, at the scene of a fire at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Williston, N.D. Remains of the burned church can be seen behind...
Home Guard and Loyalty League, Williston, N.D.
Military personnel; Military uniforms; Military regimes; Men; Automobiles; Signs (Notices); Flags; Buildings; Streets; Trees; Utility poles; Street lights; Patriotism; Militias;
"When Company E, National Guard left for overseas service during World War I, a home guard unit was quickly organized with E.W. Jeffrey as commanding officer. In January, 1918 the guard was supplemented...
Upper Missouri River Band Played Rousing Ditties
Men; Bands; Marching bands; People; Band uniforms; Hats; Musical instruments; Musicians; Drums; Trombones; Saxophones; Trumpets; Tubas; Flutes; Bandstands; Parks;
"The Upper Missouri Band posed proudly in front of a brand new bandstand in Recreation Park when this photo was taken July 23, 1926 just prior to a dedication ceremony. Williston park superintendent Tom...
Lawrence Transportation crane helps setup oil well, N.D.
Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Hoisting machinery; Trucks;
View of a Lawrence Transportation crane helping setup an oil well drilling rig at an outpost to the Rolfstad discovery about three miles southwest over the hill.
Crowd at horse race
Horses; Horseback riding; Crowds; Spectators; Men; Racing; Horse racing; Racetracks (Horse racing); Hats; Carriages & coaches; Dresses; Women; People; Jockeys;
Crowd of people line both sides of a race track as horses ridden by jockeys race by. There is a cart on the left side, and the men are wearing suits and hats while women are wearing hats and dresses.
Undefeated Grenora Gophers football game, N.D.
Football; Athletes; Helmets; Sports; Sport clothes; Uniforms; Referees; Spectators;
View of Grenora Gophers player #40 and other two other football players trying to get the football during a night game. In the background the referee is visible, and on the left stand two spectators.
Grenora High School band in parade, N.D.
Marching bands; Marching; Bands; Students; Musical instruments; Musicians; Parades & processions; Saxophones; Trumpets; Brass instruments; Wind instruments; Boys; Girls; Crowds; Spectators; Umbrellas; Baton twirling; Rain; Band uniforms;
View looking down on the Grenora High School band during a parade on a rainy day. The band is marching down the street playing their instruments. The students are all wearing matching uniforms. There are...
J.E. Pasonault standing with car, Williston, N.D.
Automobiles; Men; Photographers; Signs (Notices); Trees; Suits (Clothing);
View of J.E. Pasonault standing next to a car that has a sign on the door that syas "Pasonault, Artistic Photos and Frames, Winner of Blue Ribbon St. Paul 1940." There are buildings and trees in the background....
Market Day, Williston, N.D.
City & town life; People; Markets; Shopping; Horses; Carts & wagons; Saddlery; Courthouses; Dirt roads;
Horses, wagons, and people gather for market day in Williston. Businesses visible in the background include The Golden Rule and Williston Harness Shop. The Williams County Courthouse is also visible in...
George Andrews Bulk Plant, Williston, N.D.
Buildings; Storage tanks; Oil cans; Tankers; Men; Dirt roads; Dirt; People; Garages; Wooden buildings;
Exterior view of a garage building on the left and two tanks on the right that say Polarine and are labeled 1 and 2. There is a man standing on the left by the building, and there are tracks in the dirt...
Letter to Denise Brale
Correspondence; Families; History; Photographers; Research; Pictures; Newspapers; Newspaper industry; Negatives; Family trees;
Letter from Bill Shemorry to Denise Brale about family history, specifically Dan Pasonault and Shemorry's friendship with J.E. Pasonault and interest in photographs. Shemorry also included a brief biography...
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