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1. S. Th. Westdal receiving a certificate, Williston, N.D. S. Th. Westdal receiving a certificate, Williston, N.D. Men; People; Awards; Certificates; Shaking hands; Suits (Clothing); Flags; Bells; Tables; Rings; Signs (Notices); View of S. Th. Westdal shaking hands and receiving a ring and certificate from another man standing next to a table where three other men sit. There are signs, awards and a bell for the Rotary. The certificate...

2. Home Guard and Loyalty League, Williston, N.D. 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...

3. Wild Cow Railroad, steam shovel, near Watford, McKenzie County, N.D. Wild Cow Railroad, steam shovel, near Watford, McKenzie County, N.D. Steam shovels; Railroad construction workers; Railroad employees; Men; Houses; Huts; A massive, fifty-ton steam shovel was shipped from the factory where it was made to McKenzie county, knocked down. It was taken across the Missouri river ice during the winter and assembled at the place...

4. Wild Cow Railroad, steam shovel, near Watford, McKenzie County, N.D. Wild Cow Railroad, steam shovel, near Watford, McKenzie County, N.D. Steam shovels; Railroad construction workers; Railroad employees; Men; Houses; Huts; A massive, fifty-ton steam shovel was shipped from the factory where it was made to McKenzie county, knocked down. It was taken across the Missouri river ice during the winter and assembled at the place...

5. U.S.S. North Dakota during early years U.S.S. North Dakota during early years Government vessels; Ships; Admirals; The U.S.S. North Dakota, 20,000-ton super dreadnought is pictured during her early years. in 1910, Admiral Thomas C. Hart, then a Lieutenant Commander, served as her gunnery officer.

6. Bachelor homestead shack interior, Barr Butte township, N.D. Bachelor homestead shack interior, Barr Butte township, N.D. Men; Interiors; Books; Tables; Photographs; Flowers; Draperies; Neckties; Tableware; Lamps; Furniture; Firearms; Tablecloths; A typical bachelor homestead shack interior's "all the comforts of home" and a wall-full of pictures of friends and family living "back east."
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