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1. H.O. Bakken #1 oil well, Tioga, N.D. H.O. Bakken #1 oil well, Tioga, N.D. Oil well drilling rigs; Oil wells; Lakes & ponds; A view of the H.O. Bakken oil well, spudded July 13, 1951 and completed September 9, 1951.

2. Saint Luke's congregation outside church, Hebron Township, N.D. Saint Luke's congregation outside church, Hebron Township, N.D. Churches; People; Men; Women; Children; Boys; Girls; Automobiles; Dresses; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; Coats; Group portraits; An exterior view of St. Luke's Church in Hebron Township, N.D. The entire congregation, in formal dress, has gathered outside the church, among automobiles, for a group portrait.

3. Dunkard Church, Judson Township, N.D. Dunkard Church, Judson Township, N.D. Churches; A view of the exterior of Dunkard Church in Judson Township.

4. Saint Luke's Church, Hebron Township, N.D. Saint Luke's Church, Hebron Township, N.D. Churches; An exterior view of St. Luke's Church in Hebron Township, N.D.

5. Oil discovery in North Dakota, monument, Tioga, N.D. Oil discovery in North Dakota, monument, Tioga, N.D. Monuments & memorials; View of a monument in Tioga, N.D. Inscription reads: "Oil was first discovered in North Dakota by Amerada Petroleum Corporation April 4, 1951. This Williston Basin Discovery, Clarence Iverson No. 1 opened...

6. Unidentified man portrait Unidentified man portrait Men; Portraits; Photographic studios; Coats; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; Staffs (Sticks); Mustaches; Olaf Grothe stands in a photographic studio, holding a cane, for a portrait. The photograph was taken by either E. J. Klebe or A. M. Thompson, the two photographers in Wildrose at the time.

7. Harold Lloyd promotion in front of Orpheum Theater, Williston, N.D. Harold Lloyd promotion in front of Orpheum Theater, Williston, N.D. Motion picture theaters; Motion picture audiences; Sailors; Hats; Children; Advertisements; Signs (Notices); Children in sailor hats line up for a picture in front of the Orpheum Theater to celebrate the opening of the Harold Lloyd film “A Sailor-Made Man.” A picture of Lloyd is visible on the front of the...

8. Mr. and Mrs. Eidsness celebrating 25th wedding anniversary in front of their house, Williston, N.D. Mr. and Mrs. Eidsness celebrating 25th wedding anniversary in front of their house, Williston, N.D. People; Men; Women; Sidewalks; Flower arrangements; Flowers; Children; Group portraits; Porches; Clothing & dress; Boys; Girls; Houses; Anniversaries; Family; Families; Pioneers; Large group portrait of men, women and children standing and sitting in front of a two story house. In the center sit a man and woman, Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Eidsness with a table and flower arrangements in...

9. Tower-man working on an oil well derrick, Mountrail County, N.D. Tower-man working on an oil well derrick, Mountrail County, N.D. Men; Oil wells; Oil well drilling rigs; Petroleum workers; Petroleum industry; Pipelines; Towers; Tower-man at work in June 1955, on the Lofflund Drilling Company’s derrick on Amerada’s Henry Rohde No. 3 in Mountrail County, N.D. The "Highest job in the oil field is the work of the derrick man...

10. J.B. Lyon covered wagon in parade, Williston, N.D. J.B. Lyon covered wagon in parade, Williston, N.D. Carts & wagons; Ox teams; Parades & processions; Streets; Automobiles; Buildings; Storefronts; Advertisements; Banks; Spectators; People; Children; Childhood & youth; Boys; View of a covered wagon that says J.B. Lyon Since 1887, pulled by a team of four oxen down the Main Street of Williston, N.D. during a parade. Spectators and people are visible on the sidewalks and on...

11. 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...

12. Trailer with crane accident on Lewis & Clark bridge, Williston, N.D. Trailer with crane accident on Lewis & Clark bridge, Williston, N.D. Bridges; Boys; Signs (Notices); Trucks; Spectators; Crowds; Cowboy hats; People; Hoisting machinery; Roads; Roadblocks; Men; Children; Accidents; Bridge failures; Destruction & pillage; Trailers; View of a trailer with a Wide load sign and a crane tipped over on the Lewis & Clark Bridge between Williams and McKenzie Counties, near Williston, N.D. Two boys wearing cowboy hats are holding a sign...

13. Lewis & Clark Bridge, Williston, N.D. Lewis & Clark Bridge, Williston, N.D. Water; Bridges; Rivers; Truss bridges; Clouds; View of the Lewis & Clark Bridge over the Missouri River between Williams and McKenzie Counties near Williston, N.D.

14. New and old Lewis & Clark Bridges, Williston, N.D. New and old Lewis & Clark Bridges, Williston, N.D. Water; Bridges; Rivers; Aerial views; Truss bridges; Demolition; Roads; Automobile travel; View of the new and old Lewis & Clark Bridges over the Missouri River between Williams and McKenzie Counties near Williston, N.D. One truss of the old bridge has collapsed or was being taken down. The...

15. Montana Dakota Power Co. laying gas Pipeline across Lewis & Clark Bridge, Williston, N.D. Montana Dakota Power Co. laying gas Pipeline across Lewis & Clark Bridge, Williston, N.D. Water; Bridges; Rivers; Truss bridges; Men; Pipelines; Public utility companies; People; Roads; View of people working on the far left side of the Lewis and Clark Bridge over the Missouri River between Williams and McKenzie Counties near Williston, N.D. These people, both on the bridge deck and in...

16. Aerial view over the Missouri River as Ice breaks up near Williston, N.D. Aerial view over the Missouri River as Ice breaks up near Williston, N.D. Water; Bridges; Ice; Rivers; Aerial views; Truss bridges; Aerial view overlooking the ice breaking up in the Missouri River and a four truss bridge, probably the Lewis & Clark Bridge between Williams and McKenzie Counties, near Williston, N.D.

17. Fairview Railroad Bridge near Cartwright, N.D. Fairview Railroad Bridge near Cartwright, N.D. Bridges; Railroad bridges; Railroad tracks; Railroad rails; Automobiles; Automobile travel; Rivers; Vertical lift bridges; View looking down the Fairview Railroad Bridge at an incoming car as it drives over the railroad tracks on the lift bridge. This bridge is located about 3.5 miles east of Fairview, Montana and two miles...

18. Lewis & Clark bridge and the breaking up of the Missouri River, Williston, N.D. Lewis & Clark bridge and the breaking up of the Missouri River, Williston, N.D. Water; Bridges; View overlooking the Lewis & Clark Bridge and the ice breaking up in the Missouri River between Williams and McKenzie Counties, near Williston, N.D.

19. Fairview Railroad Bridge and watchman telephone near Cartwright, N.D. Fairview Railroad Bridge and watchman telephone near Cartwright, N.D. Bridges; Watchmen; Telephones; Men; People; Automobiles; Automobile travel; Railroad bridges; Vertical lift bridges; Rivers; Roads; Signs (Notices); View of a man using the Telephone to call the watchman before entering the Fairview Railroad Bridge with his car. The signs say, Stop Call Watchman before Entering Bridge; Stop..., and Guardrails, Gates...

20. Four Bears Memorial Bridge Dedication ceremony ribbon cutting, New Town, N.D. Four Bears Memorial Bridge Dedication ceremony ribbon cutting, New Town, N.D. Dedications; Rites & ceremonies; Bridges; Men; Women; Children; People; Headdresses; Spectators; Governors; Ribbons; The present-day Four Bears Memorial Bridge was dedicated with proper ceremonies Oct. 1, 1955. This photo was taken as Wilma Packineau gets ready to cut the ribbon opening it for traffic. Standing beside...
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