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1. Letter from the Ambassador of the Republic of China Letter from the Ambassador of the Republic of China War; Correspondence; Medals; Ambassadors; Letter to Mr. Shemorry sent with a China War Memorial Medal as a token of the Government of the Republic of China appreciation for Shemorry's efforts in the China theater during World War II.

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. Letter to Denise Brale Letter to Denise Brale Correspondence; Families; History; Photographers; Research; Pictures; Newspapers; Newspaper industry; Negatives; Family trees; Letter from Bill Shemorry to Denise Brale about family history, specifically Dan Pasonault and Shemorry's friendship with J.E. Pasonault and interest in photographs. Shemorry also included a brief biography...

5. Exterior and parking lot of Good Year Auto Service and Harry's Tire Service, Minot, N.D. Exterior and parking lot of Good Year Auto Service and Harry's Tire Service, Minot, N.D. Buildings; Trees; Signs (Notices); Automobiles; Automobile repair; Automobile service stations; Parking lots; Parking; Garages; Exterior view of Harry's Tire Service and Auto Service garage and offices. Automobiles, trucks and farm equipment are parked outside the building. There are Good Year signs on the building and one in the...

6. 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...

7. Exterior of The Good Samaritan Hospital, Williston, N.D. Exterior of The Good Samaritan Hospital, Williston, N.D. Hospitals; Buildings; Trees; Exterior view of the front of The Good Samaritan Hospital. There are trees and shrubs in front.

8. William E. (Bill) Shemorry World War II letter to Corinne Shemorry William E. (Bill) Shemorry World War II letter to Corinne Shemorry

9. Band Day parade 1957, Bismarck Bagpipe band, N.D. Band Day parade 1957, Bismarck Bagpipe band, N.D. Parades & processions; Crowds; Spectators; People; Business districts; Bands; Marching bands; Musicians; Musical instruments; Band uniforms; Kilts; Bagpipes; Women; Beauty contests; Organizations' facilities; Shoe stores; Drugstores; Radio stations; Department stores; Grocery stores; Clothing stores; Furniture stores; Theaters; Hotels; The Bismarck Bagpipe marching band passes spectators on Main Street in the 1957 Band Day parade. A pageant princess or queen walks along with the band. Several businesses are visible in this photograph....

10. Band Day parade 1957, from top of Plainsman Hotel, N.D. Band Day parade 1957, from top of Plainsman Hotel, N.D. Parades & processions; Crowds; Spectators; People; Business districts; Bands; Marching bands; Musicians; Musical instruments; Band uniforms; Theaters; Stores & shops; Storefronts; Hotels; Jewelers; Grocers; Department stores; Clothing stores; Radio stations; Shoe stores; Drugstores; Theaters; A view of the 1957 Band Day parade in Williston, from the top of the Plainsman Hotel.

11. Band Day parade 1957, from top of Plainsman Hotel, N.D. Band Day parade 1957, from top of Plainsman Hotel, N.D. Parades & processions; Crowds; Spectators; People; Business districts; Bands; Marching bands; Musicians; Musical instruments; Band uniforms; Theaters; Stores & shops; Storefronts; Hotels; Jewelers; Grocers; Department stores; Clothing stores; Radio stations; Shoe stores; Drugstores; Theaters; A view of the 1957 Band Day parade in Williston, from the top of the Plainsman Hotel.

12. 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...

13. Dickinson oil celebration, parade, Dickinson, N.D. Dickinson oil celebration, parade, Dickinson, N.D. Parades & processions; Celebrations; Floats (Parades); Decorations; Petroleum industry; Spectators; People; Crowds; Automobiles; Business districts; Stores & shops; Radio stations; Banners; Musicians; Musical instruments; Soda industry; Advertisements; A view of some of the parade festivities commemorating the Queen City Refinery. On this day, the refinery processed its first North Dakota crude oil. Two men are facing spectators outside of a local business,...

14. Rawson, N.D. Rawson, N.D. Dirt roads; Business districts; Storefronts; Window displays; Electric lines; The railroad construction, during which several thousands of men received good salaries, spurred economic development all over the county. Several new towns sprang up almost overnight along the right-of-way....

15. William E. (Bill) and Glo Shemorry portrait William E. (Bill) and Glo Shemorry portrait Women; Men; Families; Portraits; Churches; A portrait of William E. (Bill) and Glo Shemorry for the First Union Church centennial book.

16. William and JoAnn Mikkelson portrait William and JoAnn Mikkelson portrait Women; Men; Families; Portraits; Churches; A portrait of William and JoAnn Mikkelson for the First Union Church centennial book.

17. Wilys Claire Lukins portrait Wilys Claire Lukins portrait Women; Portraits; Churches; A portrait of Wilys Claire Lukins for the First Union Church centennial book.

18. Congregational Church, Mrs. A. H. Nelson portrait Congregational Church, Mrs. A. H. Nelson portrait Clergy; Women; Portraits; The Nelsons arrived in Willison in December 1891. Rev. A. H. Nelson was the Congregational Church's first resident minister.

19. Congregational Church, Rev. A. H. Nelson portrait Congregational Church, Rev. A. H. Nelson portrait Clergy; Men; Portraits; The Nelsons arrived in Willison in December 1891. Rev. A. H. Nelson was the Congregational Church's first resident minister.

20. Paul and Betty Mallow portrait Paul and Betty Mallow portrait Men; Women; Couples; Portraits; Churches; Paul and Betty Mallow, members of the First Union Church.
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