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1. John Floyd Shemorry letter to grandparents page one John Floyd Shemorry letter to grandparents page one Correspondence; Envelopes; Families; "Dear Grandma & Grandad,
Recieved your letter yesterday so will answer right away and tell you what I know about our return. In yesterdays mail I also recieved the band news from Arletta which was...

2. Dean Winkjer and Alec Rawitscher have coffee after election, Williston, N.D. Dean Winkjer and Alec Rawitscher have coffee after election, Williston, N.D. Voting; Men; Political activity; Political campaigns; Political elections; Political participation; Political representation; Municipal government; Eyeglasses; Restaurants; Cafes; Coffee; Tables; Eating & drinking; Eating & drinking facilities; Dean Winkjer and Alec Rawitsch have coffee to show that there are no hard feeling after an unscuccessful attempt to change the city of Williston from commissioner to Mayor Alderman.

3. Alec Rawitscher and Willard Webster vote, Williston, N.D. Alec Rawitscher and Willard Webster vote, Williston, N.D. Voting; Men; Political activity; Political campaigns; Political elections; Political participation; Political representation; Municipal government; Hats; Eyeglasses; Curtain walls; Alec Rawitscher and Willard Webster pose for a photograph at the voting booth. Rawitscher and Webster ran as opposing candidates in the election for City Commission.

4. Irrigation barge, Williston, N.D. Irrigation barge, Williston, N.D. Barges; Irrigation; Men; Rivers; Waterfronts; Pipelines; Flags; Trees; A man stands atop a large irrigation barge on the Missouri River. The barge waves the American flag and appears to be in operation, Williston, N.D.

5. Fort Union Celebration, Fort Union, N.D. Fort Union Celebration, Fort Union, N.D. Automobiles; Men; Women; Children; Roads; Rodeos; Tents; Houses; Trees; Horses; Bulls; A distant view of the second day of the Fort Union Celebration activities. Hundreds of automobiles are parked in a field, and groups of people are scattered around the parking area. A tent in the center...

6. Congregational Church old building, Williston, N.D. Congregational Church old building, Williston, N.D. Churches; The frame church was erected on the corner of Main and Fourth Street (although at that time the street was called 'Third'). The original structure, which did not include a steeple, was approximately 25x40...

7. Fort Union Celebration, Fort Union, N.D. Fort Union Celebration, Fort Union, N.D. Men; Women; Children; Tipis; Trees; Stages (Platforms); Flags; Benches; Trails & paths; A man in the foreground of the photograph may be taking a photograph. People surround a stage, which is being set up. A man on top of the roof of the stage is hoisting an American flag. Many tipis are...

8. First Congregational Church Men's Club portrait First Congregational Church Men's Club portrait Men; Clubs; Cooks; Men; Women; Churches; Members of the First COngregational Church Men's Club posed for their group photo in mid-November 1949 following the serving of some 600 diners who brought tickets to their annual Pilgrim Dinner. The story...

9. 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, 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. P.E.O. (Philanthropic Educational Organization) State Convention, Williston, N.D. P.E.O. (Philanthropic Educational Organization) State Convention, Williston, N.D. Organizations; Meetings; Women; Eating & drinking; A large crowd was present during the B.I.L. Banquet of the P.E.O. Sisterhood during its 1938 convention in Williston.
The P.E.O. (Philanthropic Educational Organization) as an organization, c ame...

13. Bob Sutcliffe and Clarence Hagen, Gladys Baseball Players, N.D. Bob Sutcliffe and Clarence Hagen, Gladys Baseball Players, N.D. Baseball; Baseball players; Uniforms; Athletes; Gloves; Hats; Men; Baseball was an important athletic and recreational activity during the homesteading days. Bob Sdutcliffe and Clarence Hagen are pictured in the uniform of their favorite team. Bob published the Williams...

14. Miller Coal Mine, Cedar Coulee, N.D. Miller Coal Mine, Cedar Coulee, N.D. Coal miners; Coal mining; Hills; Men; Horses; Carts & wagons; Coal; "Miners are working out of a thick vein of lignite coal located in the hills north of the Missouri River. The peak of mining activity occured in this area in about 1920, then as strip mining to the north...
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