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1. Williston Basin Energy Festival Events, Williston, N.D. Williston Basin Energy Festival Events, Williston, N.D. Petroleum industry; Dedications; Forums; Committees; Governors; Banquets; Parades & processions; Equipment; Equipment industry; Merchandise displays; Exhibit booths; Musicians; Bands; Barbecues; Schedules (Time plans); Williston Basin Energy Festival Events schedule for June 26 & 27, 1981, including a dedication, energy forum, speakers, banquet, energy equipment parade, energy exhibits and displays, Nashville entertainment,...

2. Births of Pasonault's children, Williston, N.D. Births of Pasonault's children, Williston, N.D. Births; Birthplaces; Children; Paper; Families; Fathers; Page listing the births of J.E. Pasonault's six children. It says "Births. Joseph Leo Michael Ernest Pasonault Born 27 Aug. 1897 Cando, N.D. Katherine Louise Pasonault Born March 7th 1899 of Cando, N.D....

3. Exterior of Plainsman Hotel, Williston, N.D. Exterior of Plainsman Hotel, Williston, N.D. Hotels; Automobiles; Buildings; Signs (Notices); Streets; Exterior view of the Plainsman Hotel and Coffee Shop with cars parked on the street outside. "In 1950, with the Williston business community experiencing a period of rapid growth, the Plainsman Hotel was...

4. Four male youth athletes win Annual KWBM sports Awards Keys Four male youth athletes win Annual KWBM sports Awards Keys People; Men; Athletes; Young adults; View of seven men dressed up, four men stand in the back row and three sit in the front. The four men standing in the back won the Annual KWBM sports Awards Keys for Williams County male youth athletes....

5. Williston Oil Discovery Day celebration parade, Patsy Joyce, Oil Discovery Day Queen, N.D. Williston Oil Discovery Day celebration parade, Patsy Joyce, Oil Discovery Day Queen, N.D. Celebrations; Parades & processions; Business districts; Petroleum industry; Floats (Parades); Queens; Women; Dresses; Concrete products industry; Cafes; Hotels; Automobiles; Crowds; Spectators; People; Clothing stores; Department stores; Patsy Joyce, Oil Discovery Day queen, sits atop a Tioga Ready Mix float in the parade celebrating oil discovery in North Dakota.
Ms. Joyce, a native of Tioga, was a senior in high school at the time....

6. John Floyd Shemorry letter to grandparents envelope John Floyd Shemorry letter to grandparents envelope Correspondence; Envelopes; Families; Envelope from a letter from John Floyd Shemorry to W. H. and Emma V. Shemorry in Williston, N.D. Edmund was born in 1920, the first child of Edmund Hector Shemorry. "J.F. Shemorry E.N. 2/c
U.S.S....

7. Fall Festival 1947, Four-O-Six display, Williston, N.D. Fall Festival 1947, Four-O-Six display, Williston, N.D. Automobiles; Festivals; Agricultural machinery & implements; A view of farm machinery on display at the 1947 Fall Festival in Williston.

8. Fall Festival 1947, Four-O-Six display, Williston, N.D. Fall Festival 1947, Four-O-Six display, Williston, N.D. Automobiles; Festivals; Six automobiles are lined up on display at the 1947 Fall Festival in Williston.

9. Williston Coyotes versus Minot Magicians, Williston, N.D. Williston Coyotes versus Minot Magicians, Williston, N.D. Basketball; Basketball players; Boys; Teenagers; Athletes; Students; Uniforms; Basketballs; In the new Williston High School fieldhouse, two teams, likely the Williston Coyotes and Minot Magicians battle for the ball. If this is the Coyotes versus the Magicians, W. "Slim" Williams (41) and Dave...

10. Albert M. Thompson portrait Albert M. Thompson portrait Men; Photographers; Portraits; Neckties; Suits (Clothing); Photographic studios; "Albert M. Thompson, and early-comer of the Wildrose area, filed on land two miles north of the town in what is present-day Divide county. His homestead was the first in Palmer township. A neighbor, Frank...

11. Palmer Dilland #1 oil well, N.D. Palmer Dilland #1 oil well, N.D. Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry; A view of the Palmer Dilland #1 oil well, N.D. The Dilland well spudded August 11, 1951 and wazs completed as a producer on April 27, 1952.

12. Palmer Dilland #1 oil well, N.D. Palmer Dilland #1 oil well, N.D. Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry; A view of the Palmer Dilland #1 oil well, N.D. The Dilland well spudded August 11, 1951 and wazs completed as a producer on April 27, 1952.

13. Ditsworth leads protest to Bismarck, N.D. Ditsworth leads protest to Bismarck, N.D. Business people; Farmers; Demonstrations; Petroleum industry; Taxes; Men; Capitols; Legislators; "Jealousy of western North Dakota's oil wealth is nothing new.
Ever since the beginning of oil production in the state, the have-not counties have been trying to 'stick their finger in the pie' as...

14. Ditsworth leads oil tax protest to Bismarck, N.D. Ditsworth leads oil tax protest to Bismarck, N.D. Business people; Farmers; Demonstrations; Petroleum industry; Taxes; Men; Capitols; Legislators; "Jealousy of western North Dakota's oil wealth is nothing new.
Ever since the beginning of oil production in the state, the have-not counties have been trying to 'stick their finger in the pie' as...

15. Palmer Dilland #1 oil well, McKenzie County, N.D. Palmer Dilland #1 oil well, McKenzie County, N.D. Petroleum industry; Oil well drilling rigs; Oil wells; Tankers; Palmer Dilland No. 1 spudded August 11, 1951. Completed as a producer April 27, 1952.

16. Williston, Main Street, N.D. Williston, Main Street, N.D. Cities; Street lights; Hardware stores; Mercantile facilities; Hotels; Horses; Carts & wagons; Men; "This was Main Street, early-day Williston, on the morning of April 20, 1907. The camera was pointing south from the intersection of Main and Broadway. The object in the sky was an electric arc-light which...

17. Hold Up Williston Pageant, N.D. Hold Up Williston Pageant, N.D. Pageants; Stages (Platforms); Stagecoaches; Spectators; Horses; Horseback riding; Robberies; Five years following the final demise of Williston's Missouri River pontoon bridge, an effort began which was to end up successfullly spanning the "great divider." It was during the 1923 session of the...

18. Williston, Main Street looking north, N.D. Williston, Main Street looking north, N.D. Business districts; Stores & shops; Sidewalks; Dirt roads; People; Horses; Carts & wagons; Mercantile facilities; Hotels; Williston's Main Street looked like this April 20, 1907, when a photographer of the Williston Irrigation District took this view to send to the "Great White Father" in Washington, D.C. This view is from...

19. Girl Scout Troop #4 Learning Tire Repair, Fargo, N.D. Girl Scout Troop #4 Learning Tire Repair, Fargo, N.D. Girls; Women; Guides & scouts; Tires; Garages; Girls from Girl Scout Troo #14 learn how to repair and change tires in a garage in Fargo, N.D.

20. Band Day parade 1977, dancer, Williston, N.D.
 Band Day parade 1977, dancer, Williston, N.D. Headdresses; Feathers; Beads; Dancers; Crowds; Children; Adults; Strollers (Baby carriages); Megaphones; Streets; Street lights; Hotels; Department stores; Hats; Eyeglasses; Sneakers; Teenagers; A crowd gathers on Main Street around a boy dressed in traditional Native American clothing at the 1977 Band Day in Williston, N.D. The Plainsman Hotel and Woolworths signs are visible in the background....
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