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1. View overlooking Four Bears Bridge, near New Town, N.D. View overlooking Four Bears Bridge, near New Town, N.D. Rivers; Bridges; Water; Truss bridges; Piers & wharves; Lakes; Dams; Cliffs; Clouds; View overlooking the Four Bears Bridge crossing over the Missouri River near New Town, N.D. This bridge was completed in 1955 after the Garrison Dam was closed off. This pictured bridge was in use from...

2. Standard Oil gas station near Williston, N.D. Standard Oil gas station near Williston, N.D. Gasoline pumps; Gasoline; Petroleum industry; Automobiles; Automobile service stations; Tires; Tire industry; Traffic signs & signals; Signs (Notices); Garages; View of the exterior of the Standard oil gas station and garage. There are many signs including ones that say We give Gold Bond Stamps, Tires, Atlas, Ask us about free gasoline with tire purchase, filtered,...

3. Ole Axehandle drinking poem cartoon Ole Axehandle drinking poem cartoon A draft letter to Corinne Shemorry, with an Ole Axehandle drawing and poem at the bottom.

4. Signal Oil and Gas Company Refinery 1950s construction, Tioga, N.D. Signal Oil and Gas Company Refinery 1950s construction, Tioga, N.D. Refineries; Petroleum industry; Construction; Building materials; Construction of the Signal Oil & Gas Company natural gas plant in Tioga.

5. Williams County Firemen's Picnic, Epping Lake, N.D. Williams County Firemen's Picnic, Epping Lake, N.D. Fire stations; Fire fighters; Hoses; Water; Lakes; Boys; Swimming; Men; Fire engines; Picnic grounds; A view of several boys swimming while several fire engines fill their pumpers with water on the right side of the photograph. On the left side in the photograph, two firemen are having a water fight, while...

6. Lutheran World Relief fills box car with donation, Williston, N.D. Lutheran World Relief fills box car with donation, Williston, N.D. Fund raising; Gifts; Boxes; Railroad freight cars; Men; Boys; Community service; Charitable organizations; Charity; Hats; Coats; A group of men and one boy are seated among donations gathered by the Lutheran World Relief inside a boxcar.

7. WWI airplanes fill sky WWI airplanes fill sky Airplanes; Mechanics (Persons); Maintenance & repair; A view of the skies filled with aircraft.

8. Wild Cow Railroad, Gutherie Construction Company tug, "Dakota," on the Missouri River, McKenzie County, Wild Cow Railroad, Gutherie Construction Company tug, "Dakota," on the Missouri River, McKenzie County, N.D. Tugboats; Rivers; Railroad ties; Railroad employees; The Guthrie Construction Company tug, "Dakota," heads south on the Missouri river pushing a barge piled high with railroad ties...destined for use in building the Wild Cow supply line from the river to...

9. Wild Cow Railroad, Trestle over million yard fill, near Watford City, N.D. Wild Cow Railroad, Trestle over million yard fill, near Watford City, N.D. Trestles; Railroad construction workers; Railroad construction & maintenance; Railroad employees; Men; Workers and trestle construction over million yard fill hear Watford City, N.D.

10. Wild Cow Railroad, carloads of dirt being dumped in fill for railroad construction, Watford City, N.D.
 Wild Cow Railroad, carloads of dirt being dumped in fill for railroad construction, Watford City, N.D. Dirt; Trestles; Railroad construction workers; Railroad employees; Railroad cars; Railroad locomotives; Great Northern management kept its word that the tracks would be laid as far east as Watford. A crew of some forty men arrived and fired up the boilers. It was not too long until the first carloads of...

11. The Plymouth, exterior, Williston, N.D. The Plymouth, exterior, Williston, N.D. Clothing stores; Clothing & dress; Hats; Sales personnel; Shoes; Merchandise displays; Men; Neckties; Suits (Clothing); Advertisements; Window displays; Stores & shops; Mustaches; One of the Greengard Brothers stands in front of their store, The Plymouth. Wares fill up the windows of the store, Williston, N.D.

12. Clean-up day, Williston, N.D. Clean-up day, Williston, N.D. Men; Women; Children; Cans; Barrels; Dogs; Business districts; Bags; Garbage collecting; Refuse; Horses; Carts & wagons; Streets; Lampposts; A large group standing in the business district of town, surrounds a huge pile of cans, the result of a clean up day. "...Another promotion packed the area as the Asbury's grocery cleaned up the town by...

13. Judge A. L. Butler portrait Judge A. L. Butler portrait Men; Judges; Newspaper editors; Newspaper industry; Reporters; Portraits; Juege A. L. Butler was another of those early comers who arrived in Williston prior to the turn of the century. He came here September 3, 1899 and toook charge of the Williston Herald in its third issue,...

14. Greengard's Store, exterior, Williston, N.D. Greengard's Store, exterior, Williston, N.D. Clothing stores; Clothing & dress; Hats; Sales personnel; Shoes; Merchandise displays; Men; Neckties; Suits (Clothing); Advertisements; Window displays; Stores & shops; Mustaches; The Greengard brothers, Joseph and Samuel, stand in front of their store. Wares and advertisements fill up the windows of the store, Williston, N.D.
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