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1927 Hudson automobile, Williston, N.D.
Automobiles; Automobile repair; Automobile equipment & supplies; Automobile equipment & supplies stores; Petroleum industry; Tires; Salvage; Streets;
A 1927 Hudson automobile is parked outside Atlas Tires, Standard Oil Company, presumably in Williston. Another automobile is parked on the street facing the Hudson, but its make and model are not known....
Standard Oil, Williston, N.D.
Automobile service stations; Automobiles; Roads;
Wild Cow Railroad, Guthrie & Riley, railroad construction contractors, with standard gauge steam locomotives, McKenzie County, N.D.
Railroad companies; Railroad cars; Railroad stations; Railroad employees; Railroad facilities; Railroad locomotives; Railroad shops & yards;
Guthrie & Riley, railroad construction contractors, utilized standard gauge steam locomotives like this one, pictured somewhere along the Wild Cow right-of-way in McKenzie county. Railroad men would describe...
Future Farmers of America in parade, Williston, N.D.
Farmers; Boys; Business districts; Cattle; Spectators; Sidewalks; Theaters; Clothing stores; Musical instrument industry; Bakeries; Parades & processions; Banners;
A view of the Williston Future Farmers of America proceeding down Main Street in Williston. One of the young men in the rear is walking with a calf. A large group of spectators have lined the street, and...
Parade, Williston, N.D.
Business districts; Spectators; Sidewalks; Theaters; Clothing stores; Musical instrument industry; Bakeries; Parades & processions; Horses; Horseback riding; Men;
A procession of men on horseback proceed down Main Street in Williston during a parade. A large group of spectators have lined the street, and childen can be seen sitting on top of the roof of Dee Bee's....
Unidentified visitors in Williston parade, N.D.
Men; Women; Horseback riding; Horses; Parades & processions; Spectators; Business districts; Spectators;
Two unidentified men and one unidentified woman on horseback ride through downtown Williston during a parade.
Early street scene, North Dakota
Stables; Horse boarding & training facilities; Buildings; Snow; Horses;
A view of several businesses in an early town or township. The building on the right is a livery and stable. Next to that is an unidentified business with "Phonix" or "Phenix" on the sign. Between the...
Krazy Daze mud wrestling, Williston, N.D.
Entertainment; Wrestling; Wrestlers; Mud; Men; Business districts;
Krazy Daze in Williston, always a fun time, in 1960 "Leapin' Lloyd" Joseph and "Death Ray" Dittsworth drew a huge crowd as they squared off to determine the Williston mud wrestling championship.
Ole Anderson in Maxwell touring automobile
Men; Automobiles; Automobile repair; Hats; Eyeglasses;
Ole Anderson poses proudly in the driver's seat of his grand old Maxwell touring car. The 1908 model car, which today would be regarded as a "real blue-ribbon classic" was built in Terrytown, N.Y. As can...
Stagecoach in parade
Parades & processions; Stagecoaches; Men; Women; Spectators; Horses; Clothing stores; Business districts; Drugstores;
A man and woman, dressed as homesteaders, ride in a horse drawn stagecoach down main street. The Heffernan building is visible directly behind them, and spectators are lined up outside Standard Clothing...
Regina Kiltie Band on Main and Broadway, Williston, N.D.
Kilts; Bands; Musical instruments; Uniforms; Drums; Tubas; Trumpets; Saxophones; Spectators; Flags; Automobile service stations; Tire industry; Automobiles;
The Regina Kiltie Band is playing their instruments, and marching down Broadway.
Crazy Daze festivities on Main Street, Williston, N.D.
Shopping; Crowds; Clothing stores; Drugstores; Radio stations;
People and vehicles mix in the street during the celebration of Crazy Daze in Williston in 1965. Storefronts of Standard Clothing Company, B&B Drugs, H and H Shoes, and KGCX Radio.
Band Day parade 1966, girls' band, Williston, N.D.
Bands; Parades & processions; Hardware stores; Banks; Band uniforms;
Girls dressed in Scottish attire and playing flutes and clarinets march down Main Street in Williston during the 1966 Band Day parade. Patches on the girls' shoulders read "Glasgow". Gambles Store, American...
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