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1. Lawrence Hughs throws electrical switch, N.D. Lawrence Hughs throws electrical switch, N.D. Men; People; Hats; Clothing & dress; Electric lines; Electrical apparatus; Electricity; Electronic industry; Engineers; Utility poles; Construction workers; View of eight men standing around an electrical switch with a station and utility poles in the background. Lawrence Hughes is throwing the electrical switch, and the other men are identified as Vernon...

2. Lawrence Transportation crane helps setup oil well, N.D. Lawrence Transportation crane helps setup oil well, N.D. Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Hoisting machinery; Trucks; View of a Lawrence Transportation crane helping setup an oil well drilling rig at an outpost to the Rolfstad discovery about three miles southwest over the hill.

3. Oilmen to the rescue, Tioga, N.D. Oilmen to the rescue, Tioga, N.D. Men; Petroleum workers; Petroleum industry; People; Tankers; Trucks; Railroad cars; Railroad tracks; Accidents; Streets; "Oilmen to the Rescue: Great Northern Railway. When this tank car jumped the track during switching operations in Tioga, N.D. it blocked traffic on the Main Street of that then new oil city. But not for...

4. Unidentified Oil well rig collapsing, Williston Basin, N.D. Unidentified Oil well rig collapsing, Williston Basin, N.D. Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry; Petroleum workers; Machinery; Equipment; Trucks; Petroleum industry workers inpect a collapsed oil well rig, Williston Basin, N.D. In the background are trucks, one says Lawrence Transportation, Tioga, No Dak.

5. Hunt Lawrence Pederson oil well on fire, north of Tioga, N.D. Hunt Lawrence Pederson oil well on fire, north of Tioga, N.D. Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum industry; Fires; Fire; A view of the Hunt Lawrence Pederson oil well on fire, two miles north of Tioga, N.D.

6. Tioga Farm Festival 1982, "Lawrence" semi-truck, N.D. Tioga Farm Festival 1982, "Lawrence" semi-truck, N.D. Parades & processions; Business districts; Trucks; Spectators; People; Clothing stores; Florist shops; Gift shops; Paint industry; Petroleum industry; A view of "Lawrence," a semi-truck passing spectators at the Tioga Farm Festival parade.

7. Fort Union Celebration, Fort Union, N.D. Fort Union Celebration, Fort Union, N.D. Men; Crowds; Women; Children; Headdresses; Feathers; Tipis; Beads; Hats; Trails & paths; Flags; Automobiles; Hundreds of people observe a ceremony which is part of the Fort Union Celebration. The crowd is interspersed among tipis, Fort Union, N.D.

8. Fort Union Celebration, Fort Union, N.D. Fort Union Celebration, Fort Union, N.D. Men; Crowds; Women; Children; Headdresses; Feathers; Tipis; Beads; Hats; Trails & paths; Umbrellas; Tents; Trees; Automobiles; Hundreds of people observe a ceremony which is part of the Fort Union Celebration. The crowd is interspersed among tipis, Fort Union, N.D.

9. Fort Union Celebration, Fort Union, N.D. Fort Union Celebration, Fort Union, N.D. Men; Feathers; Headdresses; Tipis; Hats; Beads; Women; Children; Crowds; A man may be photographing an Indian ceremony, as a crowd looks on. Tipis are visible in the background, Fort Union Celebration, Fort Union, N.D.

10. Fort Union Celebration, Williston, N.D. Fort Union Celebration, Williston, N.D. Crowds; Celebrations; Men; Women; Children; Tipis; Hats; Feathers; Beads; Indigenous peoples; Headdresses; Hats; Umbrellas; Eyeglasses; Drums; A large crowd of Native Americans and others watch an Indian ceremony during the Fort Union Celebration, Williston, N.D.

11. Fort Union Celebration, Williston, N.D. Fort Union Celebration, Williston, N.D. Crowds; Celebrations; Stages (Platforms); Men; Indigenous peoples; Tipis; Headdresses; Feathers; Beads; Hats; Umbrellas; Rivers; A large crowd of Native Americans and others listen to an address during the Fort Union Celebration, Williston, N.D.

12. "Flying Farmers" Roy and Lawrence Hagen, Alamo, N.D. "Flying Farmers" Roy and Lawrence Hagen, Alamo, N.D. Farmers; Air pilots; Airplanes; Maintenance & repair; Men; Families; "Roy (left) and Lawrence Hagen, Alamo area farmers, talk things over just prior to making a flying trip into Williston for supplies and repairs. Their attainments were things of special value to North...

13. Frank Nasner farm, first to receive REA current Frank Nasner farm, first to receive REA current Electricity; Electric lines; Public utility companies; Electric lighting; Men; Farms; Windmills; First to receive REA current was the Frank Nasner farm located west of Williston. In the photo Lawrence Hughes, Williams Electric line superintendent closes the switch on the yard pole as he is watched...

14. Williams Electric Cooperative Inc. personnel Williams Electric Cooperative Inc. personnel Employees; Power industry; Men; Women; Working personnel were pictured about 1950. In the photo are Vivian Bekkedahl, bookkeeper; Duane Landes, assistand line superintendent; Lawrence Hughes, line superintendent; Sig Forseth, manager; Raymond...

15. Lawrence Hughes receives a call from the Williams Electric Cooperative Inc. headquarters Lawrence Hughes receives a call from the Williams Electric Cooperative Inc. headquarters Public utility companies; Men; Employees; Radios; Trucks; Lawrence Hughes, line superintendent of the Williams Electric Cooperative receives a call from the headquarters office. Use of the radio saved considerable time and travel.

16. Upper Missouri Valley Fair 1961, Karen Smith displays table setting, Williston, N.D. Upper Missouri Valley Fair 1961, Karen Smith displays table setting, Williston, N.D. Girls; Tables; Tablecloths; Tableware; Flowers; Eyeglasses; Fairs; In this 1961 photo, Karen Smith, then 12 years of age, displays the table setting she brought to the first Upper Missouri Valley fair. Karen, a member of the Happy Hustlers 4-H Club, northeast of Williston,...
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