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1. Old post office, Williston, N.D. Old post office, Williston, N.D. Post offices; Automobiles; Streets; Street lights; Traffic signs & signals; Sidewalks; Mailboxes;

2. Ego pushes jumping barbers, Williston, N.D. Ego pushes jumping barbers, Williston, N.D. Men; Women; Children; Dogs; Parachutes; Parachuting; Parachutists; Meadows; Barbers; The crowd at the 1929 "Jumping Barbers" contest rushes to greet and congratulate George Bjornson who was photographed decending via parachute into the Williston airport, which was owned by professional...

3. Jeffries Park, later renamed Old Timers' Park, Williston, N.D. Jeffries Park, later renamed Old Timers' Park, Williston, N.D. Parks; Men; Conductors; Hats; Jeffries Park, later renamed Old Timers' Park. What?! You've never heard of this park? Well, perhaps you're more familiar with Railroad, Recreation or Harmon Parks. With their fine trees and recreation,...

4. Williston Jaycees Benefit, N.D. Williston Jaycees Benefit, N.D. Organizations; Men; Fund raising; Performances; Suits (Clothing); Costumes; Neckties; Police; Larry O'Connell, Leland T. Anderson and Walter O. Burk at the Jaycees Benefit Show.

5. Williston Jaycees Benefit Show singers, Williston, N.D. Williston Jaycees Benefit Show singers, Williston, N.D. Organizations; Singers; Singing; Men; Mustaches; Fund raising; Performances; Suits (Clothing); Ray Bell, Mickey Gardner, Denley McKenzie, Jack Snyder are singing and performing at the Jaycee Benefit Show.

6. Williston Jaycees Shopping Tour, Williston, N.D. Williston Jaycees Shopping Tour, Williston, N.D. Police; Gifts; Organizations; Audiences; Chairs; Men; Women; Chief of Police Leland T. Anderson is pictured haranguing "Gusher Joe" Bob Demaree (seated) to make a donation for underprivileged children, as he and Walter "Potato Sack" Burk make their hilarious appearance...

7. Tillie Rodvold and Agnes Boussard portrait Tillie Rodvold and Agnes Boussard portrait Women; Tailors; Tailoring; Tailor shops; Eyeglasses; Business people; Following the passing of Gus Carlson, his "Cleaners & Tailors" continued in the capable hands of Clarence and Tillie Rodvold, assisted by Agnes Boussard. Some years later a new "A & T Alterations" tailoring...

8. Gustave Carlson, Williston tailor, N.D. Gustave Carlson, Williston tailor, N.D. Men; Tailors; Tailoring; Tailor shops; Suits (Clothing); Business people; Gus Carlson was going on 84 years of age when this photograph was taken as he was readying a new suit for one of his customers.

9. Elks Clown Band, Williston, N.D. Elks Clown Band, Williston, N.D. Bands; Clowns; Costumes; Musicians; Musical instruments; Drums; Tubas; Trumpets; Hats; Business districts; Elk's Clown Band in downtown Williston. Left to right: Harris Anderson, Tom Muir, Mickey Gardner, Ray Bell, Vic WEnzel, Francis Anderson, Lloyd Bjella, Clarence Benson, Oscar Bell, and Jack Zellar. Various...

10. "Splinter Group" on Dollar Line cruise ship "Splinter Group" on Dollar Line cruise ship Bands; Ocean travel; Musicians; Musical instruments; Uniforms; Drums; Pianos; Banjos; Saxophones; Violins; Chairs; Ted Weem's "Splinter Group," originally, "The Roosevelt Syncopators Dixie and Jazz Band" on Dollar Line cruis ship, "Roosevelt." John "Red" Donaldson, Stuart "Stu" Rose, Mickey Gardner (billed as "Mickey...

11. Former King Edward VIII and "Wally" at Canadian, North Dakota border Former King Edward VIII and "Wally" at Canadian, North Dakota border Rulers; Kings; Railroad stations; Men; Women; The former King Edward III and "Wally" (the woman he loved so much that he gave up his throne) chat with a small crowd of well wishers as their train pauses at the Soo Line Station at Portal on the international...

12. Little Holly Sugar Company No. 100 following a complete rebuilding in the Great Northern Railway shop Little Holly Sugar Company No. 100 following a complete rebuilding in the Great Northern Railway shop in Williston, N.D. Railroad locomotives; Railroads; Men; Railroad tracks; Little Holly Sugar Company No. 100 struts its stuff following a complete rebuilding in the Great Northern Railway shop in Williston. It poses in front of Mikado Freighter No. 3384, which in 1940 (when...

13. Williston Coyotes cheerleaders, N.D. Williston Coyotes cheerleaders, N.D. Cheerleading; Cheering; Girls; Students; Gymnasiums; Skirts; Spectators; 1962 & 1963 Cheerleaders: Geri Baker, Bonnie Tweden, Marilyn Hanson, Sandra Ledahl, and Margaret Stenehjem.

14. The Root Beer Barrel with employees and carhops, Williston, N.D. The Root Beer Barrel with employees and carhops, Williston, N.D. Restaurants; Restaurant workers; Cooks; The Root Beer Barrel with its curb service was an instant success when it opened in Williston in 1932. On the photo are: Joe Stahl, "Cec," Jean and Art Linskey. Two of the carhops identified are Betty...

15. Lem Burns, old-time cowboy, Williston, N.D. Lem Burns, old-time cowboy, Williston, N.D. Men; Horseback riding; Horses; Cowboys; Fences; Lem Burns, early North Dakota resident, has his picture taken while on his horse.

16. Snow bug and Henry Flexhaug, northwest of Williston, N.D. Snow bug and Henry Flexhaug, northwest of Williston, N.D. Men; Postal service; Postal service employees; Snow; Snow removal; Airplane propellers; Airplane engines; Airplane wings; Henry Flexhaug stands beside his Ford T half-track which he used to deliver mail northwest of Williston.

17. Snow bug, creators and users, Williston, N.D. Snow bug, creators and users, Williston, N.D. Men; Postal service; Postal service employees; Snow; Snow removal; Airplane propellers; Airplane engines; Airplane wings; Pictured is another in the varied assortment of specially built snow-bugs which planed through the snow drifts in Williams County a half century ago. This relative of an air plane was propellor driven...

18. Snow bug, Duane Knutson and Clarence Gilbertson, Tioga, N.D. Snow bug, Duane Knutson and Clarence Gilbertson, Tioga, N.D. Men; Postal service; Postal service employees; Snow; Snow removal; Jeep automobiles; Up Tioga way during the snowy winters of the 1950s, this converted Jeep was a common sight as Duane Knutson and Clarence Gilbertson made the rounds delivering letters and parcels for the Post Office.

19. Corp. Thomas D. Kerrick grave stone, Athens Township, Williams County, N.D. Corp. Thomas D. Kerrick grave stone, Athens Township, Williams County, N.D. Monuments & memorials; Veterans; Graves; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Cemeteries; Flags; Corporal Thomas D. Kerrick, Civil War Veteran, Co. G. 64th Infantry. Grave stone in Section 28, Athens Township, Williams County.

20. Veterans Memorial at Railroad Park, Williston, N.D. Veterans Memorial at Railroad Park, Williston, N.D. Monuments & memorials; Veterans; Parks; Veterans Memorial at Railroad Park, Williston, N.D.
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