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1. Letter to Denise Brale Letter to Denise Brale Correspondence; Families; History; Photographers; Research; Pictures; Newspapers; Newspaper industry; Negatives; Family trees; Letter from Bill Shemorry to Denise Brale about family history, specifically Dan Pasonault and Shemorry's friendship with J.E. Pasonault and interest in photographs. Shemorry also included a brief biography...

2. Hook and Barney with New Williston Fire Department wagon, Williston, N.D. Hook and Barney with New Williston Fire Department wagon, Williston, N.D. Fire engines; Fire fighters; Firefighting equipment; Horses; Men; People; Courthouses; Ladders; Carts & wagons; Hats; Coats; Neckties; J.C. , ‘Jersy’ Bromberg, left, fire department driver and Charles Ellig, right, a member of the department pose with Williston’s new fire wagon. In the rear is the old Williams County Courthouse....

3. Williston Orioles 1909 baseball team portrait Williston Orioles 1909 baseball team portrait Baseball; Baseball players; Athletic clubs; Athletes; Men; Boys; Uniforms; Portraits; Sporting goods; "When Joe arrived here via Great Northern Railway train in the spring of 1909, his thoughts were centered on playing shortstop or second base on a salaried team called "the Orioles," fielded at the time...

4. Ray fire, N.D. Ray fire, N.D. Fire; Fire engines; Fire fighters; Spectators; People; Men; Women; A view of the people gathered to see the fire in Ray. The Fire engine has just arrived on the scene.

5. Albert M. Thompson portrait Albert M. Thompson portrait Men; Photographers; Portraits; Neckties; Suits (Clothing); Photographic studios; "Albert M. Thompson, and early-comer of the Wildrose area, filed on land two miles north of the town in what is present-day Divide county. His homestead was the first in Palmer township. A neighbor, Frank...

6. Wild Cow Railroad, Trestle over million yard fill, near Watford City, N.D. Wild Cow Railroad, Trestle over million yard fill, near Watford City, N.D. Trestles; Railroad construction workers; Railroad construction & maintenance; Railroad employees; Men; Workers and trestle construction over million yard fill hear Watford City, N.D.

7. Wild Cow Railroad, carloads of dirt being dumped in fill for railroad construction, Watford City, N.D.
 Wild Cow Railroad, carloads of dirt being dumped in fill for railroad construction, Watford City, N.D. Dirt; Trestles; Railroad construction workers; Railroad employees; Railroad cars; Railroad locomotives; Great Northern management kept its word that the tracks would be laid as far east as Watford. A crew of some forty men arrived and fired up the boilers. It was not too long until the first carloads of...

8. Wild Cow Railroad, steam shovel, near Watford, McKenzie County, N.D. Wild Cow Railroad, steam shovel, near Watford, McKenzie County, N.D. Steam shovels; Railroad construction workers; Railroad employees; Men; Houses; Huts; A massive, fifty-ton steam shovel was shipped from the factory where it was made to McKenzie county, knocked down. It was taken across the Missouri river ice during the winter and assembled at the place...

9. Wild Cow Railroad, steam shovel, near Watford, McKenzie County, N.D. Wild Cow Railroad, steam shovel, near Watford, McKenzie County, N.D. Steam shovels; Railroad construction workers; Railroad employees; Men; Houses; Huts; A massive, fifty-ton steam shovel was shipped from the factory where it was made to McKenzie county, knocked down. It was taken across the Missouri river ice during the winter and assembled at the place...

10. Methodist Church, Williston, N.D. Methodist Church, Williston, N.D. Churches; Streets; Automobiles; Street lights; Trees; An exterior view of the Methodist Church. Cars are parked along the street, and trees surround the church, located on the corner of First Avenue West and Broadway, Williston, N.D.

11. Congregational Church, Mrs. A. H. Nelson portrait Congregational Church, Mrs. A. H. Nelson portrait Clergy; Women; Portraits; The Nelsons arrived in Willison in December 1891. Rev. A. H. Nelson was the Congregational Church's first resident minister.

12. Congregational Church, Rev. A. H. Nelson portrait Congregational Church, Rev. A. H. Nelson portrait Clergy; Men; Portraits; The Nelsons arrived in Willison in December 1891. Rev. A. H. Nelson was the Congregational Church's first resident minister.

13. Ship on the Missouri River near Williston, N.D. Ship on the Missouri River near Williston, N.D. Ships; Passengers; Flags; Rivers; Waterfronts; Men; Women; Children; A ship bearing the American flag and many passengers has just arrived at the shore of the Missouri River near Williston, N.D.

14. 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...

15. Don Hotchkiss portrait Don Hotchkiss portrait Men; Portraits; Equipment; Don Hotchkiss, arrived in Williston in 1943 to begin a 38 year term as Williams County Extension Agent. During that time-span he was a backer and active participant in just about every farm oriented happening....

16. Judge A. L. Butler portrait Judge A. L. Butler portrait Men; Judges; Newspaper editors; Newspaper industry; Reporters; Portraits; Juege A. L. Butler was another of those early comers who arrived in Williston prior to the turn of the century. He came here September 3, 1899 and toook charge of the Williston Herald in its third issue,...

17. Seaport scene, Norway Seaport scene, Norway Ships; Shipping; Cargo ships; Men; Women; Barrels; Crates; Buildings; Seas; Mountains; A group of men and women are unloading cargo from a recently arrived boat. Dozens of barrels and crates full of wares sit in the foreground of the photograph, with people disbursed around the merchandise....

18. Teacher and students of School 3, District 37 of Williams County stand outside sod schoolhouse near Zahl, Teacher and students of School 3, District 37 of Williams County stand outside sod schoolhouse near Zahl, N.D. Children; Teachers; Sod buildings; Schools; Grasses; Dresses; Hats; Clothing & dress; The teacher and students of School 3, District 37 of Williams county appear in the John Brekke photo taken in 1908. Left to right are Anna Bergeron, Teacher Eva McCoy, Elizabeth Coty, Josephine Murphy,...

19. Castle Cafe, Williston, N.D. Castle Cafe, Williston, N.D. Restaurants; Fast food restaurants; Hamburgers; In the spring of 1933, when the first warm weather arrived, the Root Beer Barrel pulled up its serving windows and began its second season. This year would be different. Now it had competition.
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