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1. Leonard Brown and Don Picek at Texas Company's Helle No. 1A near Keene, N.D. Leonard Brown and Don Picek at Texas Company's Helle No. 1A near Keene, N.D. Oil wells; Petroleum workers; Petroleum industry; Men; People; Employees; View of two men standing and chatting next to an oil well Christmas tree.

“The Luck of The Texans. ‘It doesn’t look like very much yet, but it’s the beginning of another new...

2. Leonard Brown and Don Picek at Texas Company's Helle No. 1A near Keene, N.D. Leonard Brown and Don Picek at Texas Company's Helle No. 1A near Keene, N.D. Oil wells; Petroleum workers; Petroleum industry; Men; People; Employees; View of two men standing and chatting next to an oil well Christmas tree.

“The Luck of The Texans. ‘It doesn’t look like very much yet, but it’s the beginning of another new...

3. Williston Fire Department summer of 1979, Williston, N.D. Williston Fire Department summer of 1979, Williston, N.D. Fire engines; Fire fighters; People; Men; Group portraits; Group portrait of the Williston Fire Department firemen with four fire engines, taken during the summer of 1979.

4. Ditsworth leads protest to Bismarck, N.D. Ditsworth leads protest to Bismarck, N.D. Business people; Farmers; Demonstrations; Petroleum industry; Taxes; Men; Capitols; Legislators; "Jealousy of western North Dakota's oil wealth is nothing new.
Ever since the beginning of oil production in the state, the have-not counties have been trying to 'stick their finger in the pie' as...

5. Ditsworth leads oil tax protest to Bismarck, N.D. Ditsworth leads oil tax protest to Bismarck, N.D. Business people; Farmers; Demonstrations; Petroleum industry; Taxes; Men; Capitols; Legislators; "Jealousy of western North Dakota's oil wealth is nothing new.
Ever since the beginning of oil production in the state, the have-not counties have been trying to 'stick their finger in the pie' as...

6. 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...

7. Mrs. William O. "Big Bill" ("Dad") Hollar's second wife in buggy outside Williston Central School Mrs. William O. "Big Bill" ("Dad") Hollar's second wife in buggy outside Williston Central School Women; Carts & wagons; Horses; Schools; Trees; A woman, likely William O. "Big Bill" ("Dad") Hollar's (second) wife, poses for a photograph in Hollar's horse drawn wagon. Central School can be seen behind her.
Hollar had three wives, the third...

8. Hold Up Williston Pageant, N.D. Hold Up Williston Pageant, N.D. Pageants; Stages (Platforms); Stagecoaches; Spectators; Horses; Horseback riding; Robberies; Five years following the final demise of Williston's Missouri River pontoon bridge, an effort began which was to end up successfullly spanning the "great divider." It was during the 1923 session of the...
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