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1. 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...

2. T/4 Gloria (LaValleur) Shemorry portrait T/4 Gloria (LaValleur) Shemorry portrait Women; Military hospitals; Military medicine; Military officers; Military personnel; Military uniforms; Portraits; Nurses; T/4 Gloria (LaValleur) Shemorry, Medical Techinician, 65th U.S. Army General Hospital, Women's Army Corps., Munich, Germany

3. 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.

4. 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,...

5. Wittenberg Hospital, Williston, N.D. Wittenberg Hospital, Williston, N.D. Hospitals; Influenza; The Wittenberg was the first community hospital to offer all-around professional medical and nursing care to the ailing and injured. Following a drive for funds in 1916, its backers came up with some $40,000,...

6. Crow Theatrical Group, Bruegger Opera House, Williston, N.D. Crow Theatrical Group, Bruegger Opera House, Williston, N.D. Actors; Actresses; Theatrical productions; Theater curtains; Costumes; Musicians; This very rare photograph of the early 1900s, whose image of a theatrical performance was printed from an ancient glass negative, is thought to have been taken on the stage of the Bruegger Opera House...

7. U.S. Highway 2 dedication banquet dignitaries, Williston, N.D. U.S. Highway 2 dedication banquet dignitaries, Williston, N.D. Roads; Dedications; Ribbons; Governors; Dirt roads; Dignitaries present for both the U.S. 2 dedication banquet and Williston's 15 annual Band Festival are pictured on the reviewing stand at the corner of Main Street and Broadway during hte parade of 21...

8. U.S. Highway 2 dedication ceremony, Ray, N.D. U.S. Highway 2 dedication ceremony, Ray, N.D. Roads; Dedications; Ribbons; Governors; Dirt roads; Governor John Moses cuts a ribbon at the Ray railroad underpass marking the completion of U.S. 2 as a paved road from coast to coast. Left to right are N.D. Highway Patrolman Arthur Tiedtke; Chief Petty...

9. Captain Raymond Check portrait Captain Raymond Check portrait Military officers; Military personnel; Military uniforms; Portrait of Captain Raymond Check.

10. Snowden (Mondak) Bridge capstan, McKenzie County, N.D. Snowden (Mondak) Bridge capstan, McKenzie County, N.D. Bridges; Vertical lift bridges; This view from the top of the lift span looking north, shows one of the two towers holding its 350 ton cement counterbalance. In the foreground is a capstan, a part of the built-in contingency equipment...

11. Snowden bridge toll-booth, McKenzie County, N.D. Snowden bridge toll-booth, McKenzie County, N.D. Bridges; Vertical lift bridges; Tolls; Toll roads; Toll bridges; Gates; The toll-gate, magneto telephone and north entrance to the Snowden bridge looked like this in 1941.

12. Snowden (Mondak) Bridge engine, McKenzie County, N.D. Snowden (Mondak) Bridge engine, McKenzie County, N.D. Bridges; Engines; Vertical lift bridges; Engine rooms; Scales; Pulleys; A three-cylinder kerosene fueled engine furnished the power to raise and lower the 60 ton liftspan. Pictured in the engine-house are the scale, brakes, cables, pulleys, reels and varied reduction gears...

13. Snowden bridge interior, McKenzie County, N.D. Snowden bridge interior, McKenzie County, N.D. Bridges; Vertical lift bridges; A view of the interior of the Snowden Bridge, with its planked floor, reveals the narrow width of the structure which necessitated one-way traffic, be it railway train or motor vehicle.

14. Snowden bridge, McKenzie County, N.D. Snowden bridge, McKenzie County, N.D. Bridges; Vertical lift bridges; Rivers; As pictured about 20 years ago, the Snowden Bridge spanned the Missouri River, standing massive and strong in lonely grandeur with the windows of its lift-machinery housing broken out, its motor, gears,...

15. Fort Buford 6th Infantry Regiment Association on Central School grounds for World War I Memorial Parade, Fort Buford 6th Infantry Regiment Association on Central School grounds for World War I Memorial Parade, Williston, N.D. Military parades & ceremonies; Military officers; Military personnel; Military uniforms; Infantry; Flags; Schools; Men; Costumes; The members of the Fort Buford 6th Infantry Regiment Association had gathered on Central School grounds preparatory to marching in a parade honoring the service men of World War I when this photo was taken...

16. Chappie Rickard portrait Chappie Rickard portrait Men; Portraits; Oil paintings; Monuments & memorials; Janitors; Athletes; Pictured is Chappie Rickard, Williston's long-time, most-loved janitor whose Elmer Halvorson oil portrait 'looks on' from the wall of the south entry to Rickard School.
It has been 51 years since...

17. Ole Anderson in Maxwell touring automobile Ole Anderson in Maxwell touring automobile Men; Automobiles; Automobile repair; Hats; Eyeglasses; Ole Anderson poses proudly in the driver's seat of his grand old Maxwell touring car. The 1908 model car, which today would be regarded as a "real blue-ribbon classic" was built in Terrytown, N.Y. As can...

18. Ole Anderson and Maxwell touring automobile Ole Anderson and Maxwell touring automobile Men; Automobiles; Automobile repair; Engines; Hats; Eyeglasses; Ole Anderson peers under the engine-hood of his ole relic. The photo shows the 4-cylinder in-line engine with its distincitive individually cast cylinder blocks. On this engine the flywheel is located...

19. Swimming in Harmon Park, Williston, N.D. Swimming in Harmon Park, Williston, N.D. Swimming; Swimmers; Swimming pools; Bathing suits; Pools; Children; Play (Recreation); Trees; Cities; "In 1924 the park board heard of and applied for a grant which was being offered by an eastern philanthropist, William E. Harmon. Harmon had been the child of a poor family and during his youth the recreational...

20. Williston Volunteer Fire Department portrait Williston Volunteer Fire Department portrait Fire stations; Fire engines; Fire fighters; Fire fighting; Firefighting equipment; Fire helmets; Men; The men of the Williston Volunteer Fire Department pose for a photo with their 1930 truck. Left to right in the front row are Torger Hofengren, Arthur Evans, A.H. Rabe, Ray Milner, Sr., Francis Anderson,...
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