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1. Four Bears Memorial Bridge Dedication ceremony ribbon cutting, New Town, N.D. Four Bears Memorial Bridge Dedication ceremony ribbon cutting, New Town, N.D. Dedications; Rites & ceremonies; Bridges; Men; Women; Children; People; Headdresses; Spectators; Governors; Ribbons; The present-day Four Bears Memorial Bridge was dedicated with proper ceremonies Oct. 1, 1955. This photo was taken as Wilma Packineau gets ready to cut the ribbon opening it for traffic. Standing beside...

2. Leonard Brown and Don Picek at Texas Company's Helle No. 1A near Keene, N.D. Leonard Brown and Don Picek at Texas Company's Helle No. 1A near Keene, N.D. Oil wells; Petroleum workers; Petroleum industry; Men; People; Employees; View of two men standing and chatting next to an oil well Christmas tree.

“The Luck of The Texans. ‘It doesn’t look like very much yet, but it’s the beginning of another new...

3. Leonard Brown and Don Picek at Texas Company's Helle No. 1A near Keene, N.D. Leonard Brown and Don Picek at Texas Company's Helle No. 1A near Keene, N.D. Oil wells; Petroleum workers; Petroleum industry; Men; People; Employees; View of two men standing and chatting next to an oil well Christmas tree.

“The Luck of The Texans. ‘It doesn’t look like very much yet, but it’s the beginning of another new...

4. Phillips-Skelley-Hoehn #1A, nine miles north of Alexander, N.D. Phillips-Skelley-Hoehn #1A, nine miles north of Alexander, N.D. Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry; Tankers; "The Phillips-Skelley-Hoehn No. 1A was drilled on a seismic high overlooking the Missouri River, found oil in core samples at 9,230 feet."

5. Phillips-Skelley-Hoehn #1A, nine miles north of Alexander, N.D. Phillips-Skelley-Hoehn #1A, nine miles north of Alexander, N.D. Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry; Tankers; "The Phillips-Skelley-Hoehn No. 1A was drilled on a seismic high overlooking the Missouri River, found oil in core samples at 9,230 feet."

6. Phillips-Skelley-Hoehn #1A, nine miles north of Alexander, N.D. Phillips-Skelley-Hoehn #1A, nine miles north of Alexander, N.D. Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry; Tankers; "The Phillips-Skelley-Hoehn No. 1A was drilled on a seismic high overlooking the Missouri River, found oil in core samples at 9,230 feet."

7. Phillips-Skelley-Hoehn #1A, nine miles north of Alexander, N.D. Phillips-Skelley-Hoehn #1A, nine miles north of Alexander, N.D. Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry; Tankers; "The Phillips-Skelley-Hoehn No. 1A was drilled on a seismic high overlooking the Missouri River, found oil in core samples at 9,230 feet."

8. Phillips-Skelley-Hoehn #1A, nine miles north of Alexander, N.D. Phillips-Skelley-Hoehn #1A, nine miles north of Alexander, N.D. Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry; Petroleum workers; Tankers; "The Phillips-Skelley-Hoehn No. 1A was drilled on a seismic high overlooking the Missouri River, found oil in core samples at 9,230 feet."

9. Phillips-Skelley-Hoehn #1A, nine miles north of Alexander, N.D. Phillips-Skelley-Hoehn #1A, nine miles north of Alexander, N.D. Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry; Petroleum workers; Tankers; "The Phillips-Skelley-Hoehn No. 1A was drilled on a seismic high overlooking the Missouri River, found oil in core samples at 9,230 feet."

10. Benhomer Risser oil well, McKenzie County, N.D. Benhomer Risser oil well, McKenzie County, N.D. Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry; "The Benhomer Risser well, located southeast of Johnson Corners, about 30 miles from Watford City, was the first commercially producing oil well in McKenzie County. It came in on April 13, 1952, and produced...

11. Benhomer Risser oil well, McKenzie County, N.D. Benhomer Risser oil well, McKenzie County, N.D. Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry; "The Benhomer Risser well, located southeast of Johnson Corners, about 30 miles from Watford City, was the first commercially producing oil well in McKenzie County. It came in on April 13, 1952, and produced...

12. Benhomer Risser oil well aerial photograph, McKenzie County, N.D. Benhomer Risser oil well aerial photograph, McKenzie County, N.D. Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry; "The Benhomer Risser well, located southeast of Johnson Corners, about 30 miles from Watford City, was the first commercially producing oil well in McKenzie County. It came in on April 13, 1952, and produced...

13. Benhomer Risser oil well aerial photograph, McKenzie County, N.D. Benhomer Risser oil well aerial photograph, McKenzie County, N.D. Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry; "The Benhomer Risser well, located southeast of Johnson Corners, about 30 miles from Watford City, was the first commercially producing oil well in McKenzie County. It came in on April 13, 1952, and produced...

14. Beaver Lodge oil field south of Tioga, deep test well aerial photograph, N.D. Beaver Lodge oil field south of Tioga, deep test well aerial photograph, N.D. Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry; An aerial view of a deep test wel in the Beaver Lodge oil field south of Tioga, N.D.

15. Benhomer Risser oil well aerial photograph, McKenzie County, N.D. Benhomer Risser oil well aerial photograph, McKenzie County, N.D. Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry; "The Benhomer Risser well, located southeast of Johnson Corners, about 30 miles from Watford City, was the first commercially producing oil well in McKenzie County. It came in on April 13, 1952, and produced...

16. Benhomer Risser oil well aerial photograph, McKenzie County, N.D. Benhomer Risser oil well aerial photograph, McKenzie County, N.D. Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry; "The Benhomer Risser well, located southeast of Johnson Corners, about 30 miles from Watford City, was the first commercially producing oil well in McKenzie County. It came in on April 13, 1952, and produced...

17. Benhomer Risser oil well, McKenzie County, N.D. Benhomer Risser oil well, McKenzie County, N.D. Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry; "The Benhomer Risser well, located southeast of Johnson Corners, about 30 miles from Watford City, was the first commercially producing oil well in McKenzie County. It came in on April 13, 1952, and produced...

18. Christmas celebration with returning World War II Veterans, Williston, N.D. Christmas celebration with returning World War II Veterans, Williston, N.D. Holidays; Soldiers; Military parades & ceremonies; Military officers; Military personnel; Military uniforms; Parties; Sailors; Marines (Military personnel); Military air pilots; It was on the Christmas-New Year's week, 56 years ago, when 3,200 World War II soldiers, sailors, Marines, and Airman (plus a few WACS [The Women's Army Corps.] and SPARS [United States Coast Guard Women's...

19. French 'Forty et Eight' (forty humans or eight horses) railway freight car with American World War I French 'Forty et Eight' (forty humans or eight horses) railway freight car with American World War I soldiers Railroads; Railroad freight cars; Soldiers; Railroad freight cars; French 'Forty et Eight' (forty humans or eight horses) railway freight cars like the one pictured provided an often-used mode of travel for American 'dough boys' during World War I.

20. Influenza victim treatment locations, Williston, N.D. Influenza victim treatment locations, Williston, N.D. Cities; Business districts; Automobiles; Hotels; Influenza; This view of part of Williston's business district shows the second-story Willis Hotel, closest to the camera, where Mrs. Gerald Miles and her helpers, although not under the auspices of the Red Corss,...
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