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1. Firemen's practice at Plainsman Hotel, Williston, N.D. Firemen's practice at Plainsman Hotel, Williston, N.D. People; Spectators; Fire fighters; Fire fighting; Fire escapes; Fire helmets; Firefighting equipment; Ladders; Men; Streets; Hotels; Buildings; Street lights; View of two fire fighters practicing climbing ladders. One is climbing a ladder from the fire truck up to the fifth floor of the Plainsman Hotel. The other is climbing a wooden ladder straight from the...

2. Firemen's practice at Plainsman Hotel, Williston, N.D. Firemen's practice at Plainsman Hotel, Williston, N.D. People; Spectators; Fire fighters; Fire fighting; Fire escapes; Fire helmets; Firefighting equipment; Ladders; Men; Streets; Hotels; Buildings; Street lights; View of two fire fighters practicing climbing ladders. One is climbing a ladder from the fire truck up to the fifth floor of the Plainsman Hotel. The other is climbing a wooden ladder straight from the...

3. Firemen's practice at Plainsman Hotel, Williston, N.D. Firemen's practice at Plainsman Hotel, Williston, N.D. People; Spectators; Fire fighters; Fire fighting; Fire escapes; Fire helmets; Firefighting equipment; Ladders; Men; Streets; Hotels; Buildings; Street lights; Women; View of two fire fighters practicing climbing ladders. One is climbing a ladder from the fire truck up to the fifth floor of the Plainsman Hotel. The other is climbing a wooden ladder straight from the...

4. Westlawn School, Williston, N.D. Westlawn School, Williston, N.D. Schools; Students; Snow; Flags; During the first decade of 1900 as the thousands of new settlers came to western Norht Dakota seeking the opportunities they did n ot have in the east, the population of Williston nearly quadrulpled. The...

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. 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...

7. Joseph W. 'Bud' Jackson portrait Joseph W. 'Bud' Jackson portrait Men; Mayors; Ranchers; Pioneers; Horse boarding & training facilities; Soldiers; Business people; Land use; "Joseph W. 'Bud' Jackson was an early settler in the Williston area... Jackson spent most of his first two years on the OH Ranch in McKenzie County, learning the ranching business from foreman Lem Burns...

8. Montana Tugboat moored at Port Williston, N.D. Montana Tugboat moored at Port Williston, N.D. Tugboats; Rivers; Waterfronts; Railroad construction & maintenance; Railroad shops & yards; The Montana tugboat morred at Port Williston.

9. Joe Wegley, Pioneer Horse Trader, Glendive, Montana or Williston, N.D. Joe Wegley, Pioneer Horse Trader, Glendive, Montana or Williston, N.D. Men; Horse boarding & training facilities; Horses; Hats; Joe Wegley is pictured with a horse, either in Glendive, Mont. or Williston, N.D.

10. The old Courthouse, Williston, N.D. The old Courthouse, Williston, N.D. Log buildings; Houses; Utility poles; Roads; Sidewalks; Roofs; Frontier & pioneer life; The old log courthouse "on the corner of present-day second avenue west and fifth street in a later year when it may have been Doc and Mary Zahl's home, and was also utilized for meetings of county officials."...

11. Women outside Cliff's Cafe, Grenora, N.D. Women outside Cliff's Cafe, Grenora, N.D. Women; Cities & towns; Business districts; Segregation; Cafes; Dresses; Sidewalks; Some of the young women of Grenora who helped during Grenora's twenty-fifth anniversary stand outside Cliff's Cafe, owned by Neal "Cliff" and Margaret Jorgens. A sign which reads "whites lunches ice cream"...
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